Contact Report 235


• Contact Reports volume: 6 (Plejadisch-plejarische Kontakberichte, Gespräche, Block 6)

• Page number(s): 204-205

• Date/time of contact: Saturday, February 3, 1990

• Translator(s): Benjamin Stevens

• Date of original translation: Sunday, April 25, 2010

• Corrections and improvements made: N/A

• Contact person: Ptaah


Information relating to Marianne Uehlinger's previous personality at the time of the great oaths is given. This is a small excerpt of the entire contact. It may contain errors.


Who was Marianne Uehlinger at the time of the great oaths and determinations 13,500 years ago, and what task or function does she have today?


110. You already asked me this question in confidence quite some time ago, which is why I strove for a useful clarification.

111. But should I actually answer this for the cognizance of all?


Sure, because I think that this will be of use and will finally clear up some misunderstandings.


112. As you wish.

113. Well.

114. Her name at that time was XANDAALA, which means “The Conscientious One.”

115. At that time, as a former personality, she wasn’t, and also isn’t today, integrated into the group of the fallible ones and, thus, also isn’t a part of the Codex.

116. At that time, out of her own free will, she committed herself to the fulfillment of the mission and to the appropriate assistance of the same, but without having to be a member of the group.

117. Her destiny lies in a voluntary and free commitment at her sole discretion, without being bound by membership in a group.

118. Her actions and involvement are completely from her own decisions and initiatives and at her own discretion, without having to receive instructions or guidelines from the outside or from group members, etc.

119. A solidarity in the sense of an instruction through interlinked members, so group members, is not included in her destiny, so it also can’t be taught by group members.

120. You alone embody the reference person with respect to this.

121. Her worth of collection and recognition is higher than what is often the case with the group members, which is why the necessary evolution for Marianne cannot be furnished on the group’s side.

122. She herself determines the way of her performance of duty and her achievements and contributions in whatever form, without being influenced by those bound to a group.


Thanks; that should be informative enough. I thank you on behalf of Marianne.


123. Thanks are also due to her, so from ancient times as well as for all that she profoundly strives for today.





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