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“The Twentieth Century has indeed proven to be an age of great transitions. The invention and development of the automobile and airplane, along with countless thousands of other mechanical, chemical and biological discoveries and developments have literally, in all ways and manners, changed life for man upon the planet Earth. This century also brought in a population explosion and two world wars. The second one was brought to a terrible climax by the atomic bomb which ushered in the atomic age. The explosion of these nuclear devices brought visitors in spacecraft from far-off planetary systems.

The years following World War II brought showers of these extraterrestrial “visitors” and countless thousands of U.F.O. sightings were reported. The 50s brought in the space age and unmanned satellites began circling the Earth; later all climaxed in the late 60s by manned space flights to the moon, two of which were so successful two men in two different flights actually landed on the moon and brought back rock samples for the world to view.

Most propitiously then and at the auspicious beginning of the space age in early 1954, the Unariun mission was formally begun. Planned and masterminded by millions of Super-Intelligent Beings from a higher world, this mission had been formulated to accomplish two important purposes: first, to rescue, as it were, a limited number of earth people who had certain preconditioning and life experiences which would enable them to be, in the future, suitably acclimated to a higher world existence.

The second purpose was to achieve through projection, a certain preparatory phase to millions of other Earth inhabitants. Unknown to these people, in moments of sleep, etc., certain energies would be projected into the psychic anatomy which would, after death, radiate certain signals which would enable the Unariun Brothers to come to their assistance and lead them into the halls of the Unariun Universities where they could be suitably trained for future incarnation, life in higher worlds, etc.

As might be expected, there were numerous other benefits incumbent to this mission. Great projections of energy constantly deployed, would often mean the difference in balance between a self-destructing world and a world turned from this destructive course with this valence of supernatural power. All of these and many other benefits and accomplishments have been manifested since 1954; evidence almost instantly available to anyone who seeks.

Ernest-NormanAs a note of interest particularly to those unacquainted with the Unariun Science of Life: These works, the Unariun liturgies, were given in a form of trance, an advanced telepathic communication between the Unariun Brotherhood in the Higher Worlds and the mental physical consciousness, and expressed through the vocal cords. This state of consciousness is not to be confused as dead trance used by spiritualists. Rather, I maintained normal faculties while in communication. As it is, my Higher Self or true spiritual embodiment is a Unariun Brother, therefore, I am, in reality, communicating with my Inner Being or Self which, in turn, is formulated into speech, drawings, etc.

Also, this form of communication is not to be confused with the controversial ESP, as it is presently discussed and bandied about. It is far more advanced than any paranormal investigations or studies currently in existence. Such a form of communication with a Higher World should be, in itself, an overwhelming testimonial for the Unariun Science of Life—a prediction as to what the future can hold; the promise of evolution for any earth-man who believes these works—the evident promise of immortality which has been so presented. And should a proper dedicated course of action be pursued wherein this wisdom can be accomplished and incorporated in such future evolution, then surely, immortality in a Higher World is inevitable.”

The Unariun Moderator
(Ernest L. Norman)

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