Preface Glossary


Star Seed

According to Archangel Michael speaking through Ronna Herman, a Star Seed “has had many lifetimes throughout this Universe and perhaps even the Omniverse …
The Star Seed Souls are the ones who are in the forefront of the ascension process and who are anchoring the higher frequencies of Light on Earth.”

“Those of you who are Star Seed answered a resounding clarion call that reverberated throughout the universe.”

“You came from far-distant star systems, galaxies and solar systems, and you brought with you a wealth of cosmic information which was stored within your Sacred Mind for future access.  There were stringent requirements you had to pass and solemn vows you had to make.”

“You agreed to come to Earth during these momentous evolutionary times and to incarnate into greatly diverse and often very difficult circumstances.  You made a pledge that when the time came for you to step onto the path of ascension, you would allow us to set aside your free will so that we could take whatever measures were deemed necessary to awaken you.”    

Source: Archangel Michael, “A Clarion Call for World Servers,” May 2010, through Ronna Herman, at http://www.ronnastar.com/latest.html


5th Dimension

Humanity and Mother Gaia are currently experiencing a shift to higher consciousness.  This shift from 3rd to 5th dimensional consciousness is a process of ascension. Love, peace, and joy are but a few of the many attributes of this higher dimension consciousness to be experienced across the earth.

 Archangel Gabriel
Gabriel is one of two archangels specifically named in the Christian Bible (the other being Michael).  In the Old Testament’s Book of Daniel, Gabriel appears to Daniel to help him understand his visions of the future.  In the New Testament’s Gospels, Gabriel appears in the Book of Luke in famous scenes called the Annunciation, because the archangel announces the forthcoming births of John the Baptist and Jesus Christ.  Scriptural  roles underscore Gabriel’s mission as the messenger of God, and the patron saint of communication workers.