Dear Readers, there are few things, if any, more personally frightening to me than the thought of being abducted and having tests run on me by another species. I have no incidents of missing time, and I have no reason to believe that I’ve ever been abducted, yet I continue to read everything and anything I can get my hands on about other people’s experiences. In 1966, when I was nine years old, I read everything I could find about Betty and Barney Hill (the first publicized abductions in the US), and in my 30’s I relived Whitley Strieber’s horror when I read his books. The thought of being taken in this way is truly terrifying to me.
Knowing my propensity toward this subject, it will be no surprise to you that I didn’t just read Sherry Wilde’s book, The Forgotten Promise—Rejoining Our Cosmic Family – I literally consumed it in one day. And then I went back and read it again and again. What can you expect to find within these pages? Yes, this book explores the abduction experiences that Sherry personally endured, and yes, the author shares with us three important messages that Da (her main contact) gave her to share with the human race. But most gripping for me was learning how Sherry dealt with ongoing visitations and abductions from aliens that created such fear and turmoil in her life, while trying to have a normal life.
I know from my Guides that those of us who participate in this type of activity agreed to it before coming into body, but I don’t think that bit of knowledge makes an abduction experience one bit less terrifying. And while I understand from my research into this subject that folks who are abducted are expected to not remember what happened to them, it seems that we human beings just can’t seem to allow such things to stay buried in our subconscious. No, no, no—one way or another we start to remember, and the story of how Sherry dealt with coming face to face with what was happening to her on a conscious level is something we all can learn from. I get chills just thinking about it.
All of that said, here is what I find to be the most interesting part of Sherry’s book: She eventually stops being abducted and starts actively participating with the Greys who have been in her life since she was a little girl. And now, as a mature woman, Sherry shares with us (1) what she has learned from her many years of working with the Greys, and (2) what the Greys want us to know about ourselves and the on-going evolution of the human race.
After reading Sherry’s book several times, all I can think about is how incredibly brave she and all of those who have participated in this program with the Greys have been throughout their lives. At $16 for the paperback version, this book is a steal, and you will find it at Ozarkmt.com, Amazon.com, and B&N.com. Namaste.
About Sherry Wilde: Sherry was born and raised in southwestern Wisconsin and continues to spend her summers there. She was a successful real estate broker, land developer, and commercial renovator for over 25 years. You can reach Sherry through her website: www.TheForgottenPromise.net.
Thank you for reading my column! Here are links to my channeled books: Windows of Opportunity; Raising Our Vibrations for the New Age; and the newly released Spiritual Toolbox. If you are ready for direct communication with Spirit or you want to expedite your Spiritual growth but you can’t make it to a workshop, both of these workshops are now available on CD through my website: www.SherriCortland.com.