The Pleiadian Agenda

  • by Barbara Hand Clow
  • Narrated by Kitt Weagant
  • 3 hrs and 7 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The end of the Mayan calendar triggers the dawning of the Age of Light, signaling the beginning of the Age of Aquarius, when mankind will make a great a great evolutionary leap forward. And a group of enlightened beings known as the Pleiadians will be there to guide us, according to astrologer and spiritual teacher Barbara Head Clow, who channels the voice of Satya, a Pleiadian goddess. Satya says Earth is the stage for a cosmic drama unfolding simultaneously across 9 dimensions.

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What the Critics Say

"An uplifting message from a multidimensional mind...a document that will be talked about for hundreds of years." (John Major Jenkins)

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10 Stars, Excellent, superb!

One of the best channeled materials I've come across from the Pleiadians (and right along with Barbara Marciniak's stuff that is superb also.) If you've been looking for answers from the stars, from our Ancestral stellar races, this book has answers. Its chock full of information regarding many things, ranging from personal spiritual development, sexuality, religion, art, leadership - all from the point of view of the Pleiadians of course, one of our parental races.
This is a must have for anyone on the Spiritual path toward enlightenment. I recommend this book to all of my friends and students. And have already purchased another book by Barbara Hand Clow. Way to go Audible for offering this gem. I only wish it was unabridged.
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- Advika "Magdalen"

Pleiadian Agenda?...I genuinely hope not!

Hmmm...Perhaps there is some kernel (or a bit more) of authentic information in this "channeled" book, but - if so, it is seemingly/hopefully a very small percentage of the overall content of the book and mired within and alongside much negative, egoic, controlling and self-serving rhetoric from what I experienced. If this book is relating a "Pleiadian Agenda" - that agenda was very difficult to discern and frankly scary and depressing from what was presented here...if this book is channeling authentic genuine information from theoretically evolved beings - it is frightening that these beings are examples of being evolved and enlightened. If you are looking for information from the Pleaidians, my recommendation is to look well beyond this book. I have heard and read much wonderful information from/regarding the Pleiadians and this book is very very different from those for the most part (or the entire part!). Additionally, many of the sources being "channeled" are not Pleiadians from what I understand - so, frankly the title of the book is very misleading as to its relationship to a large portion (the majority) of the book's content - since it is not information from the Pleiadians.

There was a lot information referring to Mayan astrology, some sections of the book obsessed over sexual issues and then later, blood, a few among a whole myriad of topics covered. I would think more enlightened beings would actually have evolved beyond the degree of fascination over sex as seemed to be portrayed here as well as some of the other attitudes portrayed from them.

There was a huge mish-mash of information being covered here without any cohesiveness or sense whatsoever, from what I could tell. Some truly strange/unusual topics and many different "beings" (including "king lizard" and the moon) were channeled. The connection between all the information presented ranged from fairly vague to completely disconnected. I made it through the entire book, but it was a challenge, to say the least.
Rather than being a book channeled messages from other beings, much of this seems more like expression of personal beliefs:opinions and/or from a substance-induced state (not saying this is so - that is just how it feels as compared to other sources of channeled information with which I am familiar). This is the first book I have read by this author, to my knowledge. Due to my disappointing experience in reading this book, it is very doubtful I will pursue reading any other books written/"channeled" by this author. I was genuinely looking forward to listening to this book and gleaning potentially helpful information and wisdom from it, but that was unfortunately not the case. I feel I am someone who is quite open-minded to most "new age", spiritual etc type of material and have read a great deal of it. I am an enthusiastic (though discerning) reader of many and varied materials of this sort. This book, unfortunately, is one of the most bizarre and disappointing, not to mention depressing, such material I have ever encountered. I do not seek out material to satisfy any Pollyanna or utopian ideals...that is not my issue with this material nor do seek out such material for such a reason.

Essentially, a great deal of this material did not resonate for me as being authentic and truthful. Much of the language used did not seem to be in a style which would be utilized by an evolved or enlightened being from outside of this dimension. I imagine someone could argue that the beings "channeled" in this material were simply trying to use language and metaphors we would understand. Well, if that is the caseā€¦ It is sad they would demonstrate the arrogance I often experienced from them as well as dumbing down the information to suit us. If this is genuinely channeled information from beings outside of our realm, then my instinct and intuition tell me that most of the information here is not the kind of guidance I am meant follow (and hopefully not many others). As well, since this book refers at times to recent years in our time which have now passed (since the millennium)...the information given definitely does not seem to coincide with the reality of those years. (The information is presented as if it is a given, rather than a potentiality). A person must call upon their most authentic abilities of discernment to determine if any information of this sort (or other) rings true for each of us. I wish I could be writing a much more positive review of this book, but unfortunately it is simply impossible to do so. Between the complete lack of cohesiveness in the book as well as the other issues mentioned, I cannot recommend this book to anyone. Had the book at least been more cohesive and stronger on the information which did appear to be enlightened, I would have given it at least another star. I see Amazon reviewers saying they do not know what in the world the negative reviews are about...well, for me it is the opposite - I am genuinely mystified in other reviewers giving this book out and out rave reviews (to me it is as if they did not read the book or skipped over large chunks of it). A final note regarding the audiobook version: I did not find the narration appealing - it was a bit robotic and stiff to me - perhaps the narrator's perception or representation of how she feels channeled material would sound, or maybe that is how she always narrates.
Take what you will from this review - or not!...simply relating my experience.
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- Dblms

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-15-1999
  • Publisher: Phoenix Books