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RIYA-MARJANA: Extraterrestrial Tablet, Alien Grays and the Anunnaki Woman Who Loved Me
Published by UFOs & Supernatural Magazine, and De Lafayette World Media. THE ORIGINAL EXPLOSIVE SCRIPT. The 2000 edition/book was taken off the market. Riya-Marjana created a fury in some circles, and high places. Here is the UNCENSORED copy!!! In Script form. There is no other script or book under the sun that describes in detail, the horrors and atrocities committed by the Alien Grays in America, like Riya-Marjana. Based upon factual and dramatized events, international bestselling author Maximillien de Lafayette depicts the frightening world of alien abduction, collaboration and conspiracies of government’s officials, officers and scientists who worked with the atrocious aliens, betrayed our trust and violated the Constitution of the United States. You will never put it down. De Lafayette World Media.
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The book includes:
• How to become a perfect psychic
• How to become a perfect medium
• How to become a perfect healer
• How to become expert in remote viewing and locating missing persons
• How to find the healthiest spots and luckiest areas on Earth, and take advantage of it!
• Foreseeing the future and rewinding time
• Esoteric techniques that allows initiated ones to halt or send away problems and mishaps to another time and another place
• How to enter that parallel dimension and leave there all your troubles
• How to Use Your Mind Power to do the Impossible
• How to Read Peoples' Vibes and Thoughts, and Know Who They Really Are Just by Looking at Them (See their Aura, Sense their Vibes, Feel their Energy)
• How to read Shashat; the screen of the unknown
Rizmanah; Discover the calendar of your bad luck and good luck
Learn how to remove your bad luck
Learn how to create a good luck
Daily chart/calendar of your good hours and bad hours in your life
What to do and not to do during these hours and these days
• Importance of your name in shaping good luck
• Esoteric techniques you could use to positively influence or improve your future and business by protecting yourself against evildoers
• Instructions and Techniques for Commanding Spirits and Communicating with Angels and Entities
• Learn how to talk to entities, spirits, souls, presences
Learn how to befriend spirits.
Learn how to set-up a spirits séance
• Magical writing against powerful people who could be a threat to you
• Practical and simplified techniques to create a mediumship séance and communicate with the dead, spirits, angels, demons, departed pets, and entities from the after-life
• Magical Talismans To Succeed In Life, Protect Yourself From Others And Summon Spirits
• Ulema Techniques and Tarot Deck to See Your Future. (The world's most powerful secret techniques for foreseeing your future on Earth and in other dimensions
• 13 Anunnaki Ulema Techniques To Live Longer, Happier, Healthier, Wealthier
• Ulema Baaniradu: How to Acquire a Healing Touch
• How to Move Objects at Distance Using Your Mind
This book is unique and extremely useful for many reasons.
Mainly because it provides both the beginner and experienced practitioner with the necessary guidance, training, methods and techniques to communicate with various kinds and categories of entities, to foresee future events, and above all how to effectively develop extraordinary supernatural powers.
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SUPERNATURAL & ESOTERIC WORLD OF MAXIMILLIEN de LAFAYETTE. P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8
Selections of his writings from his book: The Essential Maximillien de Lafayette. Part 1
Izrahi-ghafra is an Anunnaki-Ulemite term related to various states of
metamorphosis of the mind-body of a deceased in the after-life. A student asked:
Do we become immortal if we follow the teachings of the Anunnaki Ulema?
3. Experiences dead people encounter in the next dimension “Balu-ram-haba”
Balu-ram-haba is composed of three words:
4. The mental or astral projection of the dead human body leaving Earth (Eido-Rah)
I. Definition: Eido-Rah is Anunnaki/Ulemite term for the non-physical substance of a human being’s body.
In other words, the mental or astral projection of the body leaving Earth. Eido-Rah manifests to human beings, and particularly to the
parents of the deceased person during a period of less than 40 days, following the death of a relative. From Eido-Rah, derived the Greek word
Eidolon (A phantom).
II. The primordial source of energy:
According to the scribes of the Book of Ramadosh: “After we die, the primordial source of energy in our body leaves our body.
This energy is a substance made out of Fik’r closely connected and attached to a copy of ourselves preserved in the Fourth Dimension,
which is not very far away from us, and from Earth. As soon as this energy leaves the physical body, the mind of the deceased becomes
confused instantly. The mind does not realize that the body is dead. At this particular stage, the mind is unable to realize right away that it
has entered a new dimension.
Although this new dimension is identical to the one we live in and what we call Earth, it is also very different because time, space and distance
no longer exist. And also because, it exists at a different vibrational level. Everything becomes meta-linear.
Because the mind is confused, it tries to return to Earth. The first places, the mind (Or the new form-substance of the deceased one) searches
for, and/or tries to return to, are always the familiar places on Earth, such as home, office, recreation center, church, mosque, synagogue,
temple, etc…but the most sought place is usually home. So, the deceased person returns home for a very short period. This does not happen
all the time; only when the deceased person is totally confused and disoriented.
First, the deceased tries to contact relatives and close parents. When the deceased begins to realize that parents and relatives are not responding,
the deceased tries again to send messages telepathically.
Some messages if intensified can take on ectoplasmic forms, or appear as a shadow usually on smooth substances such as mirror and glass.
Some deceased people will keep on trying to contact their beloved ones left behind for a period of 39 days and 11 hours. After this time, the
deceased dissipates, and no further attempts to establish contact with the living are possible.
In another passage from the Book of Ramadosh, we read (Verbatim): “Although, it is impossible to reach the deceased one as soon as he/she
leaves the body, and/or during the 39 days and 11 hours period following his death, sometimes, if we are lucky, and/or were extremely
attached to the person we lost, a short contact with him or with her is still possible if we pay attention to unusual things happening around us.
Those unusual things are difficult to notice, unless we pay a great attention to; they happen only once, sometimes twice, but this is very rare…”
The book provides techniques and methods pertaining to all forms and means of such contact.
5. “Lost Souls”, “Trapped Souls”, and Dead People who live in a sphere between Earth and the afterlife (Dybukur)
I. Definition:In Ana’kh literature, Dybukur is an entity that lives in a sphere between Earth and the afterlife. It is also a reference made to “Lost Souls”, and/or “Trapped Souls”, in ancient Middle Eastern civilizations. It is most certain, that the Anunnaki’s depiction of Dybukur has influenced the writings of the early Hebrew scribes. From the Anunnaki’s word Dybukur, derived the Hebrew word Dybbuk, which is the name of a vicious possessing spirit.
II. Dybukur’s essence: Dybukur’s essence is very complicated, because the Anunnaki did not create “Souls” in the human body, but a primordial energy called “Fikr”. And this energy can last for thousands of years if trapped in a zone called “Bilaya”, which means the “Doomed Zone.” The Dybukur was trapped because he/she/it could not reach the “Ba’ab”. Simply put, a Dybukur is an entity without soul that continues to exist with any kind of awareness or understanding of its situation. There are instances, where a Dybukur can cause a serious threat to humans. In new age ufology, it is referred to as a “Walk-in”.
6. The first stage of the afterlife during the 40 day period following death (Hattari)
I. Definition: Hattari is the first stage of the afterlife during the 40 day period following death. In that stage, a new life-form develops in the mind of deceased people.
II. Description: A brief description of Hattari was given by a lady (Who apparently was an Ulema) to her beloved son. Here is an excerpt from the “Book of Ramadosh”, and from the Book “On the Road to Ultimate Knowledge: The Anunnaki-Ulema Extraterrestrial Tao”, co-authored by Dr. Ilil Arbel, and Maximillien de Lafayette: The scene is between Germain Lumiere, an Ulema from France who has just lost his mother. (Note: Germain was my pseudonym in the book.) Explanation from the book: It appeared later on, that his mother was an Ulema too, but she has never told him that, for unknown reasons. Two days after she passed away in Paris, his mother appeared to him (In this case me) during her funeral, as she has promised him. The young Ulema asked his mother lots of question about the after-life, and what is she doing there. Herewith, a brief excerpt from their conversation (With my mother): Location: Cemetery of Père-Lachaise, Paris, France. Time: In the afternoon, during the funeral of Countess…., mother of Germain. Personages: 1-The deceased mother appears as a spirit and talks to her son Germain, while her physical body is in the coffin. 2-Germain in tears talking to his dead mother for the last time. 3-Sylvie: She is Germain’s sister (Of course, a pseudonym. I did not want to reveal the name and identity of my sister.) Excerpt below: Germain is telling us what they talked about at the funeral. “I returned to Mama, who was looking sadly at Sylvie. It’s really too bad I can’t talk to her,” Mama said to me, “but some day, of course, she will know, like everyone else. Ah, well, let’s go to the more secluded areas. We don’t want people to think you are talking to yourself.” We wandered around the cemetery. Père Lachaise, is one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the world, full of trees, impressive statues, and old tombstones. Shady lanes provided privacy, and we could talk freely. “So tell me about your experience in the afterlife, Mama,” I said.“I have not been there very long, you know, but time and space play a different role there, and also, my training allows me to know what it is really like and what will happen next,” said Mama. “You will also know, when the time comes.” “Doesn’t everyone know?” “No, many of the dead don’t realize that they are dead. They don’t seem to see the border between life and afterlife. These people can be very anxious. They sometimes try to get back to Earth, meet their loved ones, and they are very upset when the living cannot see them.” “So what happens to them?” “The guides, spirits of higher dimensions, help them realize that they are dead. Sometimes, if persons have a real need to go back to Earth to accomplish something, the guides are saddened by their pain, and allow them to go back, manifest, and complete their task. Once they do that, they can come back, much happier and calmer. It only happens once, of course, but after that they are ready to adjust to the afterlife.” “What is it like, over there? Were you scared when you passed on?” “There is nothing frightening about the afterlife,” said Mama. “It is very much like earth, but peaceful, much more beautiful, and there is no strife or violence of any kind. To the departed, who have shed their bodies and are occupying a new body, it is as physical as the earth is to the living. Everyone is healthy, there is no disease, no pain, no violence. There are cities with streets and buildings, gardens and parks, countryside – all seems normal, like a poetic interpretation of life. What you see here is visual projections. You see millions of real people, coming and going in huge waves. There is much to do, since the place you come to first is no more than a quick stop. You only stay here for twenty to thirty days, some times forty days, and then move on.” “Do they know where they are going?” “It depends. Most people cannot see what is ahead of them, only what is behind them. But they always move on to a higher phase.” “So naturally they are a bit scared of the unknown.” “Yes, some of them experience anxiety. That is what the twenty to thirty days period is for, deciding what needs and things to be done. And they are helped by the guides, or by people who chose to stay longer in this place.” “So you can stay there longer?” “Yes, there are various options, of course. One option is to go to the place you have created when you built your “Minzar” and planned a place of rest and happiness. Many people choose to go there for a while – it is up to them how long they would stay there. Time is not really a very important issue where we are. It seems to me that time has stopped. You can stay there forever if you like it very much.” “The place created with the Minzar must be very appealing to most people, I should say,” I said. “It’s custom made for your own happiness.” “Yes, and the person already has friends, a place to stay, things to do, anything he or she likes best. It’s a good option. But eventually, I would say one should try to evolve into the higher dimensions. You don’t know what you miss unless you see it.” “When I built the Minzar, Rabbi Mordechai told me that I could not stay in the place I created for too long, since the energy would dissipate and the living body will call me back. But I suppose it’s different when one is dead.” “Yes, since this is now part of the depot of knowledge located in your brain, which was created by the Minzar experience. It is your Spatial Memory, my son.” “So you plan to move on after the thirty days?” “Yes. It is as it should be, and I want to evolve into the higher dimensions. But as I promised, I will come back for you and be your guide when it is your time to follow me. Think about it as a short, though necessary separation, but temporary all the same. What it all comes down to, Germain, is that there is no death. And the afterlife offers so many opportunities for new growth, new knowledge. There is nothing to fear.” “Will you see Papa? Will I see him when I go there?” “Of course we will. Do not worry and do not mourn me, Germain.” “I will try not to, Mama. I promise.” “Well, my son, I will be leaving now. No need to say goodbye. Rather, au revoir.” I closed my eyes, not wishing to see her leave, and felt something brush my cheek as if she kissed me. When I opened my eyes, there was no sign of her. She was gone. I went home and helped Sylvie attend to the visitors; I have never felt so numb.”
III. Gilgoolim: Gilgoolim is the non-physical state of a deceased person, at the end of the 40 days period. At that time, the deceased person must decide whether to stay in the lower level of the Fourth dimension, or head toward a higher level of knowledge, following an extensive orientation program/guidance. From Gilgoolim, derived the Kabalistic/Hebrew word Gilgoolem referring to the cycle of rebirths, meaning the revolution of souls; the whirling of the soul after death, which finds-no rest until it reaches its final destination. But in the Jewish literature and teachings, the final destination is the land of Palestine, the “Promised land”.
7. Sensations dead people feel, when they enter the first stage, and/or the zone of the after-life
I. Definition: Laridu is the sensations dead people feel, when they enter the first stage, and/or the zone of the after-life. These feelings are usually associated with people they feared or disliked on Earth. As stated in the Book Ilmu Al Donia and the Book of Ramadosh, the Anunnaki told the Ulema about the different feelings of people who have just passed away, and entered the sphere of the afterlife. Their feelings are usually reproduced by their cellular memory. But this memory will fade away after 40 days.
II. The 40 day period: During the 40 day period in the world beyond, the dead become confused, and in many instances, do not realize that they are dead. Thus, many of them will try to return to Earth, to places they lived at, and to talk to their loved ones. Some, encounter people they did not like while they were still alive. This fear makes them believe that they are still on Earth, but are displaced, for reasons they cannot understand. Ulema Micah stated that fear and attachment to physical objects, even after death, keep the departed ones in a state of confusion, and create in their mind, the need to touch physical objects they can see, but can’t move. Laridu includes all sorts of feelings the dead did not free his or her mind from. Same thing applies to dead pet who try to reach their owners and friends.
8. The projection of the images of the bodies of people who have passed away
I. Definition: Lakur-bashar-shabah Mah.Ga.Ri is the projection of the images of the bodies of people who have passed away. Yet, at a certain time interval, in an adjacent parallel dimension, the continuity of their physical existence is as real as the one they had while they were still alive on Earth.
II. Etymology: Worth mentioning here that:
9. Map of the Afterlife “Anunnaki’s Marda-kharta”
“Being part of the Anunnaki’s tradition, and walking their path, mean enlightenment at two levels: Mental and ethical…” said Master Li, my Honorable teacher.
People and places in the afterlife:
He added, verbatim:
10. Physical manifestation of a dead person, before entering another dimension
“Kusir and Lalladu”
Quite often, students and readers alike, ask me questions about what does happen to a person, at the moment, the “Soul” or the “Mind” leaves her/his body? Does the “Soul” hang around for a while, or it goes straight to hell or heaven? A more stimulating and unexpected question – in that context – came from a skeptic currently residing in Madrid, who never believed in anything Anunnaki. He asked me, word for word: “I know what will happen to me when I die. My soul leaves my body, and goes to heaven, because I am a good Catholic. Now, you tell me what happens to an Anunnaki when he dies. I am particularly interested in what happens to the body and soul of this or that Anunnaki you claim is living here among us? Does he go to heaven?” Long time ago, while I was at the Ulema Ma’had (School), I heard a novice from Burma asking my Ulema teacher, similar questions, perhaps more colorful. The student asked the honorable Master: “Does your Anunnaki teacher who visits with you on Earth die like all of us? And if he dies on earth, like all of us, does he leave his dead body on earth to be cremated? Or the Anunnaki will come to earth to take his body?” Quite interesting questions indeed. I have never heard any spiritual channeler, or a so-called “Psychic Extraterrestrial Medium” discussing these subjects, and/or explaining what exactly does happen to the body of an extraterrestrial, and especially an Anunnaki, when she/he dies on Earth, despite their phantasmagoric and far-fetched theories, visions, jargons and warnings about the Anunnaki! Did the Ulema address these issues? Of course they did. Honorable Master Sorenstein said, that in the Ulemite and Ana’kh literature, there are two important words or terms that refer to these situations. These two words are: Kusir and Lalladu.
II. Kusir and Lalladu:
a. Meaning of Kusir: Also Kiaba as it appeared in the “Book of Ramadosh”. Kusir is a term for the physical manifestation of a dead person, before entering another dimension, and/or during the 40 day period following his/her death. The Anunnaki-Ulema said that there are two categories of Kusir:
Kusir-Ra: A physical projection of a dead human being who died from a natural cause. This apparition occurs when the etheric-plasmic body of a deceased person (Any age, any gender) has retained enough particles-energy to manifest its previous physical form. Usually, it appears before relatives and loved ones. Pets also can re-appear before their owners; however, their physical projection is not always complete. Quite often some parts of their bodies are missing.
Kusir-Ji: A physical projection of a deceased killed by acts of violence, suicide, and similar tragic means. The apparition occurs via an ectoplasmic/holographic projection, and/or particles’ condensation. But it lasts briefly, for the energy contained in the apparition or the projection is not strong enough to last for more than 5 seconds. Usually, entities and/or human shapes that reappear through Kusir-Ji reflect au aura of sadness and confusion. In this state of mind, the deceased is not fully convinced that he/she is in fact dead.
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On resurrection and reincarnation
a-Mold means container, an incubator or a similar tool.
b-Turab means dirt, sands, carbon, fossils, etc…
It is not necessarily clay as we know it today, and as it was alleged or explained by some authors.
The enlightened teachers have said, that Turab or the clay mentioned in the Sumerian texts could also be sea shells. This was mentioned in ancient Phoenicians texts, epics and terracotta.
c-Part of their essence means DNA or an extract from their genes that were not contaminated on Earth.
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Apparition of Dead Pets.
Communication with our Dead Pets “Gensi-uzuru”
The Ulema are very fond of animals. Extensive passages in the Book of Ramadosh speak about the important role animals play in the life of humans, especially at emotional and therapeutic levels. The Ulema believe that pets understand very well their human-friends (Instead of using the word “owners”). And also, pets communicate with those who show them love and affection. This loving relationship between pets and their human-friends does not end when pets die.
II. Is it possible to communicate with our dead pets?
Although the Anunnaki-Ulema do not believe in any possibility of contacting deceased people or animals, they have explained to us that contacting our departed ones is possible for a very short time, and only during the 40 days period following their death. In other words, we can contact our deceased parents and dear ones, or more accurately enter in contact with them if:
The Ulema said that humans cannot contact their dead pets. But pets can contact us via different ways that we can sense if we have developed a strong bond with them. Pets know who love them and those who don’t, because pets feel, understand, sense and see our aura. All our feelings and thoughts are imprinted in our aura, and the aura is easily visible to pets, particularly, cats, dogs, parrots, lionesses, pigs, and horses. This belief is shared by authors, people of science and therapists in the West, despite major difference between Westerners and Ulema in defining the nature and limits of pets-humans after death contact. For instance, in the United States, pets’ lovers and several groups of therapists and psychics think that “a pet can reappear as a ghost, and a ghost could be luminous or even appear as it did in life. You don't necessarily know when you see an animal if it's a ghost or not, said Warren, a researcher in the field. “It's much easier to identify a loved one who's passed and come back.” “Don't forget them because they're gone,” said Jungles, who owns three cats. “Keep their toys and blankets around. They (ghosts) will go where they're happiest.” Warren agrees. “Recreate an environment conducive to the pet's life,” he said. “Use your imagination and treat it like it's alive. In other words, you should create or re-create conditions ideal for their re-appearance, their return, even though, for a very short moment.
III. When your departed loved pet returns to see you: I remember very vividly what the loving and Honorable Ulema Li has said to a novice who rushed to him in tears, and begged him to bring back to life, his dog who had died that morning. This happened some sixty years ago. (More exactly 57 years ago). Here is the story.
My loving teacher asked the little Murad (Name of the novice):
When did your dog die?
Murad: This morning Master, please bring him back to me!
Master Li: I can’t do that son, but how about if I let you see him one more time?
Murad: Oh Master, I will do anything for you, anything.
Master Li: You know son, you dog is not dead. He is somewhere else now and he is very happy.
Murad: Master, I buried him this morning under the tree. He is dead, he is dead!
Master Li: Ok then, l will let you see him one more time, but do not touch him, do you understand? Just look at him, you can talk to him, but do not touch him. If you touch him, Poof, he will disappear.
By then, many students were alerted to what was going on and rushed to sit on the floor at the feet of the Master, excited and curious, they kept looking at the Master and I could hear them saying Master, please one more miracle, because they were accustomed to see the Master doing extraordinary things. An indescribable deep silence threw its heavy coat over the little students… and we were waiting. And all of a sudden, Murad screamed: Ahhhh…he is scratching my legs…he is licking my right foot…he is here…I feel him…Where is Master? Where is he, please tell me…I want to see him. None of the students –including myself– saw or felt anything. Only Murad. Then, a thin layer of white dust began to take shape. And suddenly the dust was transformed into a substance like fluffy white cotton, and finally the face of a small dog began to appear, and seconds later, his whole body became visible to all of us. Murad got so excited and so happy…and not remembering what the Master has told him, rushed to hug his dog. And this was a grave mistake. Because as soon as he touched the face of his dog, the dog vanished in thin air. What Murad did upset everybody, and we hated him for that! Obviously Murad is in state of shock now. He did not know what to do or what to say. He dropped on the ground, and almost fell in a coma. The dog never returned again.With an austere serenity, the Master was watching everything, and everybody. Then, almost in a perfect synchronization, the students shouted: Master! What happened? And very calmly, the Master said: “You never touch the body of the dead before he rises to a higher dimension.” None of us understood what he meant. We kept on asking more and more questions, but the Master in a firm voice said: “The Dirasa did not start yet!” (Dirasa means the lesson or the study.) Two months later, the Master nicely surprised us with a lesson on Gensi-uzuru. Obviously, he did not forget how interested we were in learning more about what has happened to Murad’s dog. Everybody was excited beyond belief. And this is what the Master had to say:
IV. Kira’at on Gensi-uzuru: