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The Legend of Starcrash

By: Dolores Cannon
Narrated by: Moe Egan,Michael Neeb
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Summary

Through regressive hypnosis, a lost legend of the history of mankind has been retrieved from the recesses of time. Did the American Indians descend from the inhabitants of an alien spacecraft that crashed in the Alaska-Canada region thousands of years ago? Keepers of the Garden told the story of the original seeding of the planet Earth by aliens from outer space. Starcrash indicates that aliens continue to come to Earth, some intentionally and some by accident, throughout our history. In order to adjust to harsh conditions, they were forced to interbreed with the local aborigines. This was the only way to ensure the survival of their race. Does their blood still flow in the veins of certain American Indian tribes? Dolores Cannon, hypnotist and psychic investigator, researches this unique case of past-life regression. 

©2010 Dolores Cannon (P)2022 Dolores Cannon

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what an absolute piece of work

as every Dolores Cannon's work This one also a must read
great story great knowledge
. Dolores Cannon changed my life

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Starcrash

loved it, always find Dolores books fascinating. I like that she tried to find proof. This book was brilliant

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Loved it!

I have loved every minute of this book and learnt so much. It is a must to listen to and I, for one, will listen to many times again.

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  • Joseph Bell
  • 14-06-22

A hidden gem

I loved this book, Dolores Cannon has such a refreshing way of writing, documenting everything as a curious, kind and gentle researcher traveling through time. This book helped me to understand the origin of the first people in North America and northern western Canada and Alaska region and was very interesting!

I became very emotionally attached to the life of Tuin the Hunter!

It’s so interesting to see the origin of the people who came from the Pleiades star system and what happened when they got here, highly recommended!

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  • Eric G.
  • 07-09-22

Very disappointed, unfortunately

I have listened to many of Dolores Cannon’s other books and was looking forward to this book, the premise is very interesting, however I was thoroughly disappointed once I was half way through. The main character answers most of her questions with “Um, maybe, I don’t know” which is very frustrating.

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  • Anna Noehre
  • 07-08-22

fascinating history, brilliant method - classic DC

Highly recommended. Pleasant narration, clear voices with a light touch of dramatic intonation (for example, where hesitation of subject is marked in the book).

Beautifully spoken, with one exception. In Ch-4, the male voice mispronounces the word nu-clee-ar as nu-cyoo-lar. Because "nuclear" occurs more than 20 times in this chapter, the fascinating story was irritating to hear. Although this mispronunciation is often defended as an American regionalism, much of the Anglophone audience is likely to be as annoyed as this listener. A wise editor would have corrected it.

The text is classic DC, and Starcrash is certainly one of her best expositions. Skillful questioning of the subject, a village game-hunter, reveals the annual cycle of life in a mountain-ringed sub-Arctic valley. The speaker explains his ancient heritage from the Old People [migrant Pleaidians] mixed with cultural ways learned from the First People [indigenous earth-humans].

Following the subject's decease, his galactic understanding widens greatly, and DC continues to quiz his higher consciousness. He describes the all-too-human political conflict in the Pleaidian home planet and the advanced engineering of the ships, including details of the awful crash.

DC ends by summarizing her fact-finding "interlibrary loan" research. As DC remarks for the 1994 edition, linguistic anthropologists of the 1890-1930 era did much documentation work on First Peoples' language. Sadly, most of it languishes in dusty university archives. Thanks to DC's extraordinary journalism, perhaps this "Lost Knowledge" may be recovered as well.

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  • Robert
  • 20-06-22

Another One

what more could I say, from start to finish it was a great, Thanks

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  • Tatiana
  • 22-01-23

Amazing

An incredibly well-written book based on past life regressions by Dolores Cannon, I enjoyed it tremendously

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  • p tuck
  • 30-11-22

Love her stuff it’s all so so good

Love love love. She was so amazing can’t wait to listen to the next one!

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  • Laurie J.
  • 09-11-22

So much history and information.

Lots of history in this that Dolores ties together to the modern day native people.
really interesting, and such a pure simple way of living.

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  • BM
  • 18-10-22

great book

I've been reading a lot of Dolores Cannon books, this is another very interesting book, the truth is already inside of us, is remarkable how Dolores found a way to reach it. Amazing story of our legacy from the stars.

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  • BethS
  • 13-08-22

Loved soaking up the knowledge of the beginning!

I really enjoyed listening to this book. it was so neat to learn about much of the beginning and also to learn about much of the Native American cultures and where they originated. highly recommend reading this one!