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Galactic Federation of Light
Organization
Classification: Interstellar Alliance
Body of Power: Anunnaki
Location: Taurus constellation
Leadership: Pleiadeans
Members: Pleiadeans
Enemies: Orion constellation
Status: Active

The Galactic Federation of Light (GFL), or Galactic Confederation,[1] is an inter-dimensional council that was revealed to Sheldan Nidle, by means of channeling, before 1996. As a result, Nidle began the Planetary Activation Organization (PAO) in 1996. PAO claims that the Ashtar Galactic Command is a division of the GFL.

PAOEdit

Sheldan Nidle founded the organization Planetary Activation Organization (PAO), in 1996,[2] upon revelation of the “Galactic Federation of Light”. Nidle enlisted channelers like Greg Giles to promote the GLC’s agenda: seek out "Starseeds" and activate them.

AgendaEdit

The GFL identify with the Pleiades in the Taurus constellation. They may appear as "multidimensional spirit beings" or as humanoid beings. They are supposedly in conflict with The Greys over Earth dealings with Humans. Sheldan Nidle has channeled that the GFL was created 4.5 million years ago to prevent inter-dimensional darkforces from dominating and exploiting this galaxy. At present, there are just over 200,000 member star nations, confederations, or unions. Approximately 40% are humanoids and the rest are varied forms of sentient beings. Most members of the Galactic Federation are fully conscious beings. Long ago, the sacred Emerald Orders of the Spiritual Hierarchies of this galaxy forged a Grand Spiritual Council of the Light. To this sacred entity came the great Beings of Light who created sacred colonies in the star groupings that you know as the constellations of Lyra, Cancer, and Gemini. These grand Beings eventually formed a League of Light, whose present progeny is the Galactic Federation of Light. The Galactic Federation is also overseen by the Great Blue Lodge of Creation, whose wondrous Light emanates throughout this Galaxy from a major stargate located in the Sirius star system. The Sirius star-nation is a proud member of the Galactic Federation.

The Galactic Federation of Light is composed of many humanities from many worlds committed to the cause of helping Earth ascend. Within the Federation is the Ashtar Command, a division whose members have the sole mission of helping in the ascension process. They send spiritual guides, who speak through a few people in this world, who have a special mission here on Earth. These people with a mission are regular humans who have taken birth just like everyone else; however, their spiritual lineage is not native to this world. Those people are light workers and starseeds, whose spirits originate from various worlds within the Federation, such as Lyra, Sirius, the Pleaides, Andromeda Galaxy, and countless others. There are also children who are born today, whose current bodies are already more highly evolved than most older humans, and they are known as 'Indigos' and 'Crystal' children. And lastly, some souls are "walk-ins", where the original soul born to a body moves on, and a light-being walks into the body left behind.

Failed predictionsEdit

December 17, 1996 prediction

Sheldan Nidle predicted that the world would end on December 17, 1996 with the arrival of 16 million spaceships and a host of angels from the "photon belt".[3][4][5] When this did not occur, Nidle claimed the angels had transferred humanity into a holographic projection in order to give it a second chance.[5] Following his prediction's failure, Nidle removed all reference to it from his website.[6] Nidle was "awarded" a Pigasus Award, which is designed to expose psychic frauds.[7]

October 14, 2008 prediction

A psychic named "blossom Goodchild" posted videos on Youtube and other websites across the internet indicating that she had made contact with members of the GFL. They allegedly told her they would arrive on Earth in a massive ship on October 14 of 2008, the ship was said to be seen near Alabama. As predicted by many skeptics the ship never came and many people who follow the GFL idea were angry. She responded by saying that their trip would be delayed.

ReceptionEdit

Ufologists and most people who are interested in the UFO/Alien Phenomenon view the GFL with large skeptisim. To most paranormal investigation teams it is classified as a large "cult" that feeds on peoples general interest in the subject of Extraterrestial life and alien beings who visit Earth. Many view the idea as unhealthy and on the line of religious fanaticism.

See alsoEdit

Galactic Federation of Light/Statement

ReferencesEdit

  1. Galactic Confederation
  2. http://www.paoweb.com
  3. Skeptical Inquirer (1997),p. 4
  4. Knock, Knock, Knocking on Heaven's Door by Lortie, Arthur (December 19, 2012) Taunton Daily Gazette
  5. 5.0 5.1 Apocalypse… not just yet by Jones, Ian; Young, Andy (May 23, 2011) MSN News
  6. deVega, Jessica. Guesses, Goofs & Prophetic Failures: What to Think When the World Doesn’t End (2013) Thomas Nelson (publisher)
  7. The Pigasus Awards: 1 April 1997 James Randi Educational Foundation (April 1, 1996)

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