NOVEMBER 08 Update: With thanks to this community for your support we were able to make a delivery of food to the Wiwa Community. Christian Castagno, his wife Tatiana L Llinas and his family were able to deliver 300 kilos of food and supplies on behalf of this community and myself yesterday to Mamo Ramon Gil and the Wiwa.They have been dramatically affected by a lightning striking their village.

We received a brief report from Chris on the state of the community. He was also able to take a few photos of the work done and took two video messages. One video is from Mamo Ramon Gil himself who is the Spiritual Leader of the Community and one from his son. These videos will be shared after they have been edited.

For now, what we know is that when Chris and his wife arrived the Colombian Military was at the Village delivering some medical supplies to the community. This is a good thing! They are no longer helping them with food and so our 300 kilos of food was welcomed with gratitude.

We asked Mamo Ramon Gil what the people needed and his reply was food, soap to wash clothes and cloth to make new clothes.

They are beginning to rebuild and this means planting new crops which will take time to produce food, building new homes and generally working together to overcome this hardship.

Your support is still very much needed to continue to help this community.

We currently have $150 dollars left for another food run next week. We need your help to continue to support the needs of the Wiwa community.

From Mamo Ramon himself, thank you for your support of his people.

Thank you to everyone who made this work possible.

100% of donations through this donation button will go to the Wiwa Community for support.





Here are some photos of the Journey and where your donations went:
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Food Run

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UPDATE: NOV 04 As a global community we have made progress in supporting and helping the Wiwa through this crisis. With the support that has been sent so far we have been able to help all the people who were in the hospital with burns from the lightening strike. We were able to deliver food and basis needs to the family members who came down from the mountain to the city, to be with their family members in the hospital

Now we have made arrangements to take food to the Community that the displaced Wiwa are staying in. From the information gathered at this time we believe there are at least 100 who need food since the Colombian Government stopped helping them in this way.

This journey to deliver food will be well documented and the information shared with you here. The first trip to the Village is being arranged now and hope to have it sent any day now.

We also are still supporting two badly injured men in what they call Indigenous houses in the city area. They have their families with them and the conditions they are in are not easy. They have no privacy and yet they can not leave because the men need so much care. Its very difficult. My contact will be reporting to us in more detail what this situation is once he goes there. We are supplying food to at least 10 people in both houses. We sent them two fans so these injured men can stay cool and comfortable in the heat that they are not used to because they live much higher in the Mountain where it is much cooler.

Also my other contact in Taganga has continued to help all the Wiwa that are coming to her for help with food and basic needs since they have heard that she may be able to help.

So many displaced people……. its hard to grasp the Crisis unless you are familiar with the people and the hardships they faced before this extra hardship was placed upon them.

I would like to ask you all to watch this video that was taken 4 years ago by myself, Miriam Delicado and Sabrina Montanaro. It is a message that was given to the people from Mamo Ramon Gil of the Wiwa. He is what they say is the Spiritual Authority and Spiritual Leader of the Wiwa people. LISTEN TO THE LAST LINE….

What happened that fateful night was that the men were all gathered in the Sacred house of the Wiwa to talk about the state of the world. Mamo Ramon Gil had just said….. that the world was falling apart and that the Mother (nature and the earth) were upset that we (humanity) was not caring for her. That we (humanity) would have to make a payment for this destruction. (pay as in make an offering) Then a moment later in the Sacred house after he said….. We will have to make a payment for this destruction… to restore the balance… then… the lightening struck.

Now watch the video…. it is a profound and prophetic statement. Remember, listen to the LAST line ….

WATCH Video Link HERE

Thank you to everyone who has donated. Please if you can send a donation 100% of the donations coming in through the donate button on this page are going to the Wiwa Relief.

With gratitude for your hearts in support,
Miriam and gratitude from Mamo Ramon Gil for helping his community.

On October 6th-2014 a lightening strike hit one of the Sacred houses of the Wiwa Indigenous people of Colombia. 11 people in this community lost their lives. 23 went to hospital and many more sustained injuries that they are still healing from.

100% of donations through this donation button will go to the Wiwa Community for support.





Link HERE for more information on previous posts.

Myself having just been in the mountains with the Indigenous of this area and having stayed in these homes during the journey, this hit hard to my own heart.

With the support of our global community we were able to collect donations to send money for food and basic needs to the Wiwa in the hospital and their families who came to be with them in the city.

As of today, Oct 28th I have learned that the last of the Wiwa has been released from the hospital. Two of the men who have been badly injured were released but not well enough to travel up the mountain to go home. They need our help. They have their families with them and so I was informed by one of the Wiwa leader representatives that 10 people need food and basic needs for a minimum of two weeks. They requested money sent to buy fans to keep them cool because they are so hot in Santa Marta. They are not used to the heat because they live so high in the mountain.The women of these two men and all their children are with them as well.

Also, we have another contact in a place called Guachaca that is asking us for help. One of the Indigenous that lives in this area is a woman who is a “Saga”. This is a woman who is like a spiritual authority of the Wiwa. The men are called Mamo, the woman are called Saga.

We are told that some of the women that lost their husbands are leaving the mountain to go to this Saga’s home and asking for help. They all need food.

You see in the mountain with so many deaths in the small communities the burden is tremendous. As it is … a family relies on the man to get food and cut wood each day for the fires they need to cook and stay warm. Without them they are left with nothing. Normally other family or community members would help. However, with so many having lost their husbands it is simply too much to be able to supply food and wood when every family is barely surviving as it is.

Its complicated. The Colombian government was only giving them food until this week and so these women are now looking for help.

I am waiting to hear from several sources for details as to how many need help in the area of Guachaca. Although, initial reports said 20 people, it could be more.

My goal… here at Bluestar… id to accept donations through the special donate button here in this post. 100% of the donations that come in through this donation button go to feed and support the Wiwa through this crisis.

We can at least help the people until they find solutions to the issues they face due to the great loss of life and health issues they now face from the lightening strike that killed 11, hospitalized 23 and injured dozens more.

With your support the Wiwa Indigenous community will continue to be supported with food to support them through this crisis.

They have also sent messages back to us sharing how grateful they are for our help and have asked that we continue to support them as they seek solutions to this situation.

From my heart thank you to each of you who has been able to share your support. For those sending prayers of support for strength of the Wiwa people thank you as well. All support is appreciated and honored.

Miriam

This is one of the photos sent to us by Helena the contact in Taganga. Here are some of the Wiwa having lunch because of our support.

Wiwa lunch

This is a photo of what the traditional home looks like. The Sacred house they were in when the lightning struck is similar.

Link HERE for more information on previous posts.

UPDATE: October 21 – 2014 Thank you to each and every person in this community that has showed your support for the Wiwa people. They know that people from around the world have given them support and they are most grateful. I learned that up to 35 people have been in the home of my contact in Taganga (Santa Marta) at one time. They are all coming down from the Mountain looking for family members or going to visit family that had deaths. There are many small communities all over the mountain so the travelers are coming from all the Wiwa communities. Many of them are known to my contact because they usually stay in her home when they come to the city. However, they do not normally have this many in the city. Due to the tragedy many are coming at the same time and they all need support.

As the people are coming down from the Mountain Villages they are not all staying at my contacts home. Some are hearing that she has food so they go to her home where she is able to feed them. It is a great responsibility that she has taken upon herself for years to feed and house the Wiwa visitors to the city.

It has been reported to us that many of the people coming down are also bringing children with them. So we are supporting whole families with basic needs.





Our support made it all possible.

She sent me photos of the Wiwa in the hospital. I dont feel comfortable sharing those photos. However, I am able to share a few others she sent.

Below are a few of the photos she sent to share with all of you. The Wiwa having lunch with Helena, my contact. Also a photo taken inside her home at the kitchen, and, one showing where some of the people are sleeping in Hammocks.

Thank you again to everyone who has been giving support.
Myself and a friend initially sent $250 us dollars.
Then we sent $200 us dollars.
Another contact of mine sent $225 us dollars directly from Europe.

One person donated on this site $500 and others $250 (5+50+100+25+10+60).
Total from this site as of Oct 22 is $750us dollars. !!!
Total we have to send as of Oct 22 is $750 us dollars. !!!

This will now be used to continue buying food, basic needs and also buy cloth to make new clothes for those whos only clothes were burnt in the fire from the lightening strike.

Thank you again !!! to everyone. This has been a community effort to support these amazing people.
With gratitude, Miriam

Wiwa Taganga homeWiwa lunchWiwa sleeping

UPDATED POST: Oct 18-2014 Just spoke to my contact in Colombia in my broken spanish! She said that 7 Wiwa are still in her home, one of them a Mamo. Most of the Wiwa people have returned to the Mountain. She is going to write an email to me tonight with more details and information. She said the money that was sent is feeding all the people and helping them to take buses for transport in the City. Thank you everyone!

ORIGINAL MESSAGE

Colombia, La Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta is home to many Indigenous Villages that are high in the mountains. The people who live here are part of four tribes that have communities all over this mountain range.

Recently I was blessed to have the opportunity to travel to this region and meet with some of the people in these remote communities. This was the 9th time I have traveled to speak with these people and each time it has been a remarkable experience. Having the opportunity to learning how rich and knowledgeable the people are. These Communities are still living in traditional homes and struggling to keep a culture and way of life alive as the world slowly takes away their lands and disrupts their cultural ways.

Only days after I was in this remote area at the invitation of some of the Traditional people, there was a significant natural disaster that effected one specific village. This was the home of the Wiwa people.

They were gathered in a traditional hut where spiritual work was being done to help hold the balance of the world. This is where they discuss the problems that they are having and also problems of the world as well. They then make plans and carry out specific Ceremony and Spiritual work to correct the imbalances they see.

For years now these people have warned the world that the natural world is out of balance and we all need to work together to restore this balance if we are to continue life on the planet.

In the mountains there has been a great deal of rain in some regions, while others have received none at all for many months. They all recognize that this is not normal and it is because Mother Nature is speaking to us, warning us and showing us we are not being responsible.

There was a lightening strike that hit the Indigenous house that up to 60 people were in. Eleven people died and dozens more were hurt with second and third degree burns.

The Village is 5 hours walking distance down the mountain range to the cities and for this reason the Military was called in to bring the wounded down in helicopters.

I have a contact in Santa Marta area of Colombia that opens her home to the Indigenous people when they come down the mountain so they have a place to stay. She feeds them when they come as well because they do not have money…… they are true Indigenous people who come down to meet with people or representatives of other tribes for example.

When this disaster happened she began to hear from some of the people who live in this community that they were coming to her home so they could be close to their family members in the hospitals. Many of these people are now staying in her home.

Myself and another woman named Lina sent her 250 US dollars to help pay for food for all the people that came to her home. This has been used for food with all the family and indigenous that came down directly after the disaster. It has been one week now since the incident and this money is now gone.

The report I received today, October 13-2014 is that 8 people are still in the hospital and many of those family members are at their side. Also, Indigenous are at her home working with other indigenous groups as well as government to make arrangements for the future of their people.

The family that is staying in the city to be with family only had some juice and small fruit to eat yesterday. They NEED OUR HELP.

The people who are still up in the Village are receiving care from the Government of Colombia, those who are with their families in the city are not.

THE PEOPLE IN THE HOSPITALS NEED OUR SUPPORT AND HELP.

They are asking US to help pay for basic food and minor transport fees back and forth to the hospital for the relatives of those in hospital.

They need a minimum of 250 dollars per WEEK for support for them.

If you want to help these people this site is taking donations and sending 100% of those donations to the Wiwa Indigenous people.

This donation button has been set up specifically for this purpose and is completely separate from any other donations sent to support the work of this site.

We will continue to share updates on this situation as we hear news from the people in Colombia.

Below are links to the many news stories of the incident for you to review.

We will also send your name and what country you are from to the Wiwa if you choose to have your name known to let them know that people all over the world are supporting them.

The people are asking us to understand that this was a natural event and not to be sad about this but to be strong and to support the natural world in balance.

With gratitude to everyone for helping the Wiwa Indigenous Community.

(By the way, I know the person in Colombia personally and her work with the community. I have complete trust that when we send the money that 100% of it is going to the Wiwa community.)

Keep coming back to this thread…. as I will continue to post updates here as well as on the website on the families in the Hospital.

With thanks from the Wiwa people for all your help and support. They know that the world is helping them and they are grateful.

Donate only what you can….. every dollar helps.
Thank you, Miriam

(The donate button for this cause has been removed for now as of Oct 24. If we learn that there is more of a need we will create a new donation button for the Wiwa. Thank you to each of you who donated. The updates will continue to be shared as we hear news from the community as well as how your donations were used to support the Wiwa.)

100% of donations sent through this particular donation button will go to the Wiwa.

Search Lightening strike Colombia and you will find many news articles and updates on this situation.
Here is one from The Guardian.

BBC News

Here is a photo of the Wiwa community from 2010

Wiwa of Colombia

I have returned from Colombia

By Miriam on October 13, 2014 at 10:05 am under Feature

Hello everyone! I wanted to let you all know that I have returned to the USA from Colombia and am on my way back to Canada. I arrive at my home on Wed where I will begin to post and share the details of my journey to Colombia to visit with the Indigenous people of the region. It was a remarkable trip and I would like to thank all of the people who made it possible for me personally to do this work.

For those who heard the call to donate recently THANK YOU!!!! Without you it would have been impossible for me to take care of myself when I was down there. Since I do not have any kind of salary I must rely on the generous gifting of people in order to do this important work, which takes time and patience to move forward and to complete.

As a sneak peak to the work I will share a few photos of my trip. The bigger reports will be on The Great Gathering website since they paid for the journey. However, on the personal side of the trip many deeply spiritual things happened to me personally that I will be sharing with you all here.

Thank you again for all your support! Without you none of this groundbreaking work would be possible.

With love,
Miriam

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2009 I attended the UFO Congress Conference. This was the second time I spoke in public about my experience of meeting the Tall Blonde blue eyed extraterrestrials. They released this on Youtube making it possible to share with you here for the first time.

This may be from 2009 but it is a powerful video and I would personally highly recommend it to anyone to watch to understand more about my experiences and some of the knowledge the ET’s shared with me.

Miriam Delicado, while driving with friends along a British Columbia highway in 1988, experienced an alien abduction and subsequent communication with aliens known as the Tall Blonds. While on board their craft, the Tall Blond aliens relayed to Miriam messages for her to share with others, messages, which she realized later, were remarkably similar to the Hopi Prophecies of peace and salvation.

What exactly is it that you do Miriam? This is one of the most popular questions that people ask me when I meet them. It usually takes a few minutes to answer because I do many things, for many people, in many different ways by being in service to others.

In 2007 I stepped out into the public for the first time as I nervously shared with the world that I was, and am, a UFO contactee/abductee. In the short time span of the past seven years since then, in many ways, I feel that I have lived several lifetimes through the experiences that I have had and through the experiences that came into my life. Miracles have taken place that strengthened me as well as hardships that have tested my very soul and its commitment to being in service for humanity, the earth and all life. ( I now share my book for FREE from my website in PDF format. LINK HERE.)

I am currently the Founding Board Member and Executive Director of The Great Gathering of humanity Inc. which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in the state of Arizona. Www.thegreatgathering.org Building this organization took a great deal of dedication not only through my volunteer work but also dedication from many people who volunteered over the years in this community. Without the committed in this unified effort we would not have been successful in the creation of this nonprofit. Thank you, you know who you all are, for your hard work and commitment.

When and where possible I advocate for the protection and support of indigenous communities and people around the world. One of of our most valuable assets on the planet in my view are these traditional people who still maintain a balance with the natural world. In this regard I have worked with the Hopi people when and where they have asked of me.

Recently, in May of this year I was fortunate to have the opportunity to travel to Peterborough, Ontario Canada with representatives from Hopi to attend a conference, The Sacred Water Circle. This was an amazing event and my experience there was very healing for my soul and strengthened work for the future. It was an unexpected gift and powerfully uplifting to witness the level of commitment of support and protection of Sacred Water by all those that attended, as well as the group that organized the event.

This was the first event that I have attended where I witnessed a true commitment of being in service in a unified group. There were people from all walks of life. Traditional Elders, traditional people, government officials, educators, water experts, water scientists, policymakers and more. This was about sharing from the heart of traditional people to support and educate on the importance of respecting and maintaining our water supply levels for future generations. Many people that attended were very quiet in observing and listening to the speakers and attendees for how collaboration would be made possible or built upon to become stronger. Visit the Sacred Water Circle website HERE.

Recently the Hopi Elders from Shungopavi Village released a statement for the first time in their history regarding prophecy. This prophecy was in regard to protecting and preserving water for future generations. Senate bill 2109 was defeated but the threat of Hopi losing their water is still very real. Here you may listen to the interview by Rob Simone that required several visits to Hopi before it took place. LISTEN HERE. They also agreed for the first time to release this information through a video that was supported by the Traditional Leaders of the Village. WATCH HERE.

Being at the Sacred Water Circle event, myself and the Hopi were able to make strong and positive connections with individuals who are focused on protecting and preserving water for the future. This was an extremely powerful and encouraging event to participate in. In the future I’m confident that we will invite some of the people we met in Canada to come to Hopi Land so they may share and support the Hopi people in protecting their water for the future generations of not only Hopi, but all people in the southwest.

The Hopi are no different than most indigenous people around the world today who are facing challenges from the surrounding world. This is taking place through exploitation of their culture, stealing their land, distortion of their ceremonies and prophecies and corporations who use any and all means to take over their land, water and all the while destroying their culture and way of life. These are issues of conflict. There are those who would argue that traditional people should not be engaged in conflict as a means of being able to suppress their voices and opinions. When it comes to the exploitation in the public of Hopi prophecies and culture for non-Hopi people to gain recognition or make money is sometimes when I work behind the scenes to protect what is Sacred to the Hopi People.

Right now for example there is one individual who is exploiting not only the Hopi but the Tibetans as well and it is a very difficult situation for everyone involved. As you are aware what we seen the public is not always the truth. For years I have been witness to the fighting and problems this person has created and all the while talking to the public about love and light and heart. Some people do not see the harm that is being caused by the actions of this individual so they choose to be blind and continue supporting them. It’s really a reflection of the problem we have in the entire world. As long as its not effecting the person they can choose to not say or do anything. When in fact, it all effects them when we look at the planet as a whole. Time to awaken and be responsible.

As a collective we have a responsibility to preserve the elements of life on this planet so future generations may thrive. There are thousands of ways of being responsible and each individual must choose which path and way is right for them to follow. In my work I have chosen to give a great deal of my time and energy through the physical, spiritual, mental, emotional and financial means to protect, advocate for, educate and share the value of indigenous knowledge and culture both now and into our future if we want to survive.

For years now a great deal of the work that myself and a handful of key people have committed our lives to supporting and upholding the sacred balance of life. How we have chosen to do this is through building relationships around the world with like-minded people who are committed to the same value system of respecting life. Being respectful of the privacy of others it is often a challenge for me personally to share the depth of work that is currently taking place, while still respecting the privacy of those involved.

I can share with you is that over the past several months the work that we are doing has been reaching a broader number of people and groups who are working collectively and separately to protect life on this planet. It is individuals like you, who are reading this blog post, that truly makes the difference in the world.

Through this website Blue Star Prophecy I’ve been able to share some of the journeys and experiences that have taken place over the years. Being blessed several years ago by an individual who volunteered to help build the site and by doing so allowing me to have this portal to the public. Today with the new technology that we have in building websites I’ve decided that in order for me to share more with you about my work, my life, my insights and knowledge…… I need to rebuild this website.

This is another area that I have given some focus towards in the last several months. In fact, there is an individual from Australia who has volunteered to help create a website for “Miriam Delicado”. This will be more of a media website and I will rebuild Blue Star so I may continue sharing more information with you.

Everything that I do in this life at this time is driven by a deep inner knowing that we are all responsible for our future. A great deal of this insight comes from my contact with the tall blond extraterrestrials. In saying this, I still have a personal life in which I struggle and try to maintain balance while continuing to awaken further and grow spiritually to become a better human being. It is my belief that even those who were considered to be gurus and Masters also strive for the same goal.

I was fortunate over the past five months to have the opportunity to travel what seemed like all over the world. My journey began by leaving Canada and flying to visit friends in Costa Rica. This flight was paid for through airline miles that a friend donated to me. After this my journey took me to Arizona for two months where I was going to spend time with the Hopi people.

Hiking in Costa Rica. Stopping to see the coffee beans growing. Miriam Delicado

Hiking in Costa Rica. Stopping to see the coffee beans growing. Miriam Delicado

A great deal happened during this time and I must say that when I left, I left a changed person who is stronger, clearer and more confident than ever before in my life. This change came about as a result of a very difficult situation that I was placed in. I recognized something deep within myself that needed to change and it was a realization that in fact shifted my life in almost every way.

I realized that when I am surrounded by strong confident people, I am strong and confident. When I am surrounded by negative and dark people, I am dark and negative. When I am surrounded by happy and joyful people, I am happy and joyful.

Give and receive with respect. This will be my guide for the future of my life. Having this mantra helped me to see clearly that when I was being disrespectful to specific people in my life it was because of the level of disrespect that they were giving to me. What has changed within me and in my life is that I realize I do not have to engage individuals in this manner. What changed within me…… is an understanding that not only do I not need to engage them, I do not need to walk with them since they are choosing to walk a different path. Being compassionate sometimes means walking away and not supporting either our own negativity or the negativity of others.

I traveled with a representative of Hopi from Arizona to Ontario and the sacred water circle. Once again this journey was blessed to have been paid for through the organizers of this event. (Report on that above.)

Instead of flying me home to British Columbia, the organizers of the Sacred Water Circle choose to fly me to New Jersey where my friends had a place for me to stay before I continued traveling to Brazil. The flight to New Jersey was paid for through the generosity and support of the Sacred Water Circle.

As many of you know, I have not attended many conferences in person. When I received an invitation to attend a conference in Brazil and I saw the quality of presenters there would be attending I immediately said yes. Once again, I was blessed to have the opportunity to fly to Brazil through the generosity of the organizers of the conference. In my opinion after having this experience of meeting the Brazilian people I would have to say that they are the kindest, most humble and respectful people that I have met to date.

It was the first time that I’ve had the opportunity to meet Travis Walton, which I know many of you are very aware of his abduction story from Arizona. Another attendee was Debbie Jordan who is another very famous abductee. In fact she was my roommate during the conference. It was an incredible few days, with incredible people and very positive energy. During our stay we were all blessed to have a family that attended the event help myself and several of the other presenters every day we were there. They took us for dinner and lunch as well is helping us with any of our needs since none of us spoke Portuguese. It was actually very funny trying to communicate without having a single word of Portuguese. Next year if I’m blessed enough to attend this event I will have to spend some time practicing a few phrases and sentences to communicate with the people. My personal gratitude goes to all of those individuals in Brazil who opened their homes and hearts and allowing me to have such an amazing experience.

Brazil 2014 Miriam Delicado, Debbie Jordan, Travis Walton, Yvonne Smith

Brazil 2014 Miriam Delicado, Debbie Jordan, Travis Walton, Yvonne Smith

While I was in the city of Rio de Janeiro I was invited to stay in the home of a woman who was very interested in my work. She invited me to stay in her home for a couple of days before I returned to North America. During my visit in her home we spent hours talking about ufology and how it relates to the rest of the world. She was also very interested in my work with indigenous people and that included the Hopi. There were some very powerful connections that took place at the time of this visit. In fact, upon my return to North America I contacted the Hopi and shared some information that I thought they may be interested in. We are now in the process of continued dialogue between the Hopi, myself and our contacts in Rio de Janeiro. We hope to be able to support and participate in some upcoming work with the Hopi and some contacts in South America. I know that in the future the details of this work will be shared with the public. So in this regard I thank you for your understanding and continued support in honoring and respecting the Hopi as I do with respecting their privacy as well.

Sugar Loaf in Brazil. I went to this amazing view the day of my flight back to North America. The city in the background is Rio de Janeiro

Sugar Loaf in Brazil. I went to this amazing view the day of my flight back to North America. The city in the background is Rio de Janeiro

During the five months that I was traveling I did have some contact with the star beings. It’s interesting for me to have such faith in that inner voice when it comes to me and guides me on this path in life. Whether it is the star beings or my own inner guidance, both of them are very powerful. For many years now those individuals who were closest to me have witnessed the Miracles that take place in my life by following this inner guidance.

For example the synchronicity’s that we experience in our life can often does guide us to an incredible experience. What I have found over the years in following this synchronicity is that this synchronicity is something that many people fear. Even on this journey in the last few months I met one individual who was clearly meant to be a part of something greater and when they were surrounded by synchronicity they still chose to continue walking in the exact same way they always have. Excluding themselves through their own choice and free will to not have an extraordinary and profound experiences with what I call the Creator or God. They walk away because choosing something that is not familiar to them is fearful.

In order to take on any kind of responsibility in this world we have to accept that responsibility and be prepared for the work that goes along with it. This is one of the greatest challenges we have in this world today. What I find ironic is that many of the people who have crossed my path over the years have said they want to see change in the world and yet, they do very little to support that change themselves. Talking about being spiritual is not the same as being spiritual. Talking about being responsible is not the same as being responsible. Talking about supporting a cause is not the same as actual support to a cause. There are many ways to do this, financially, politically, socially, spiritually or religiously, to name a few.

I’ve been fortunate along this path to have a core group of people and supporters who surround me and have for many years. Through all of the challenges it is this core group that holds me together, holds the work together, and supports the cause that we are all working towards. Which is creating the future in which humanity still has clean water to drink, natural foods to eat, and an abundance of resources that allow for continued expansion and growth as a global society as an example. How we attain this is through the smallest of steps that grows into a larger and more unified movement of people.

I’m now back in Canada and already making new plans with people from four continents around the world to work together as we seek solutions to the issues we face today.

I would like to leave you all with a very positive message and thank you for taking the time to read this blog post.

The Star Beings often share insights and visions of the future with me. It was three years ago when they came to me and shared with me both insights and visions of what was coming. In fact what they shared was a very beautiful, powerful and spiritual connection that would be taking place between very specific people. When everything that they had shared with me manifested I was in awe and amazement at the power of the universe and the power of the Creator itself.

What took place over the next few years after this meeting was very challenging to watch as individuals who were filled with light turned dark and only focused on power and ego. The ego is a trickster and we always must be aware of it to see if this ego is supportive or destructive in its nature.

What happened in the last three months was almost an identical repeat of the events that took place three years ago. What this means for us as a collective is that the universe and the Creator itself is giving us a second chance. Meetings are now taking place with new individuals that are based in humility and respect. This is the path to the future.

In order to continue this important work we need your support. I am asking you to pray or meditate sending positive energy with protection, strength and clarity out into the world in all directions. Also asking you to recognize the value of sending this energy to our political and social policy makers assisting them to become clear in their priorities to protect life.

Collective prayer has a scientific impact and a physical impact on what we pray for.

Thank you again for your continued support of the work being done through this website. With your contributions through a donation it allows for me to continue doing this work in service to humanity and the earth. Right now the need has never been greater because we are at critical phase in the work that is being done. From my heart I thank you for supporting the building of a positive future for all of us in whatever way you choose to or are able to support.

May we all continue to expand and grow our awakening and share that awakening for rest of earth.

Remember who we are …. and others will follow…..

Collectively and individually we are making a difference.

With love and gratitude,
Miriam

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Brazil May 16-18 2014 World Forum of Contactees

By Miriam on April 11, 2014 at 5:02 pm under Miriam's Blog

It is with great honor to attend this Conference in Brazil with many of the worlds top contactees such as Debbie Jordan of Intruders and Travis Walton of Fire in the Sky.

There will be guests from all over the world and I highly recommend that if you are able to attend then please book now before the tickets sell out.

Please take a moment to look at the website with all the guest speakers and register soon!

I am very much looking forward to attending this event, meet the people of Brazil and touch the earth of the land.

Watch video here.

Look at the Poster of Speakers here.

Register and learn more at the website here.

JOIN us on the Facebook page here.

With gratitude to the organizers of the event for this invitation and all the work to bring this important message and information to the world.

Miriam Delicado





Sacred Water Circle May 2,3 and 4th, 2014 Ontario Canada

By Miriam on April 11, 2014 at 4:36 pm under Special Feature

All over the world People are working together to protect and respect Life giving Waters. I have the honor to attend this event as we continue to share the importance of the Sacred Elements that give us life here on the planet.

This gathering is still in need of funding to bring Elders to the Event. If you would like to support this work you may do so though the Sacred Water Circle website.

I will be attending with a member of the Hopi people from Shungopavi Village.

Sacred Water Circle website here.

Donations are being accepted through a Canadian Nonprofit, Greenup. DONATE LINK HERE

Sacred Water Circle Vision:

Inspired by traditional Indigenous teaching and leading with hope and spiritual courage, the Sacred Water Circle sees a restored relationship between human communities and water.

Sacred Water Circle seeks to create dialogue around spiritually-based environmental issues, and to motivate communities and governments to act to set policy that will protect our water, by leading with prayer and walking together.

First initiated by Curve Lake visionary Dorothy Taylor, the Sacred Water Circle was formed in 2011 in response to a call from indigenous leaders worldwide to foster exchange and discussion, learn from one another and to build community around this important cause.

We consist of community volunteers from diverse cultural backgrounds, skills and spiritual beliefs with a common vision. Inspired by traditional Indigenous teachings and leading with hope and spiritual courage, the Sacred Water Circle sees a restored relationship between human communities and water.

Join the Sacred Water Gathering this May 2-4th 2014 to honor the sacredness of water with ceremony, keynote speakers, panel discussions, presentations, First Nations teachers, vendors, a traditional feast and other activities at Trent University Gzowski College, Petroglyphs Provincial Park and other locations in the Kawarthas. This dynamic three-day event is hosted each year by the Sacred Water Circle to bring together First Nations teachers and elders, with political leaders, students, youth, water researchers, those in the water industry and the broader community to focus on water awareness and solutions.

How extraterrestrial contact is changing the world.

By Miriam on April 11, 2014 at 4:20 pm under Miriam's Blog

UFOs and Alien Contacts are important for the future of humanity. As the number of contacts and sightings around the world increase, so does the awakening of our inner questioning of what is really happening in our world. This reality not only questions the UFOs and Alien contact, it also questions the structures of our political, social, economic, environmental and spiritual worlds as well.

Often the first questions regarding a direct Alien Contact revolves around superficial information, such as: what did the craft and aliens look like? The deeper and more important questions are: Did they have a message for Humanity? Why do they want to interact with us? Were they helpful or harmful during the interaction? Why do the care about Humanity and the Earth?

I had an encounter in 1988 on a highway in British Colombia, Canada that changed me in every way imaginable. My understanding of the Universe and life itself was so clear that physicists of today are only beginning to learn some of what was shared with me during my physical encounter with Tall Blonde haired Blue eyed Extraterrestrials.

During the three hours that I was on board this UFO my friends were left in a car on the side of the road in the cold. These beings told me that they wanted me to remember all the information that they shared with me that night. From the moment I left that craft my memories of what happened began to come back to my conscious mind and it has taken me 25 years now to process and understand some of what they shared with me. More of this information continues to come back to me as it appears to be needed for my journey in this life.

One of the most fascinating aspects of my contact is the information that was shared with me from these Tall Blonde beings was that they were part of our history, our beginning and also interlinked with Humanity in ways that even I can barely comprehend at times.

What is clear is that these beings shared with me facts of history and of humanity that have continued to be shown to me as being supportive and helpful to us as a whole. They want us to protect the life we have here by caring for our environment, humanity and to awaken to our true potential as human beings . They insist that they want us to WAKE UP and remember who we are spiritually and reawaken the gifts we have access to such things as telepathy and healing to name only a few.

As a person who came face to face in the physical form with what we perceive as “Aliens” I can say that they are changing our world. The more people open up to me personally the more I hear the stories of how everyday people are having these interactions through sightings and direct or astral contacts. These people then are awakened and begin to support and protect humanity and all the life on this planet.

We are at a critical point on the planet and what we choose to do in our daily lives will determine if our world will continue to thrive into the future.

I prefer to call these beings the Great Ancestors to honor them for their true place in our Human history.
My contacts with them continue to this day through sightings and telepathic communication in my waking state as well as my dreams and meditations. They also have a deep connection with the Indigenous people of Earth and this is also one of the main messages they are sharing with me at this time; protect the Indigenous, they are the original caretakers of this earth.

From the Great Ancestors their main message is…… the future of all life is in our hands it is time to come together in our hearts and work together to protect the life on Earth.

Miriam Delicado
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UPDATE: Oct 13-2014 Thank you to everyone who gave donations last month while I was traveling in Colombia. I was literally supported by a small handful of people, one in particular, Sam, made it possible for me to have a safe and supported trip near the end of the journey. Returning on Oct 15th to Canada after which reports will be shared on this website as well as on the great gathering site, along with private reports for everyone who donated. With love and gratitude, Miriam DONATE HERE