What Happens To Us Physically During Ascension?

What happens during Ascension?

What happens to planet Earth?
What happens to us physically?
To our emotions?
Do we remain with our loved ones?

These questions and more are responded to in the following videos by the White Winged Collective Consciousness of Nine through Magenta Pixie.

Moving to the Core of the Spiral in 2012

The collective consciousness of 9 come forward with a message to humanity, a message for Wayshowers/Lightworkers about our move towards December 21st 2012.  They explain how our planet exists inside a spiral and how we are moving towards it's core.

Merging With You in 2012

The collective come forward at Magenta Pixie's request to explain more about what they mean when they say "we will merge with you when you reach the core of the spiral in 2012"

What Happens To Us Physically During Ascension? (Part One)

The Questions "What happens to our bodies physically during Ascension?" and "Do we stay physical, disappear or evaporate?" were asked of Magenta Pixie's collective source.  They come forward here with their responses to these questions.

What Happens To Us Physically During Ascension? (Part Two)

The following questions were asked...

Do we leave our loved ones behind or do they leave us?
And what can we do to assist our loved ones?  What about the children?
If I am to understand that in ascension you "take your body with you"... then where are you taking your body too?

The collective consciousness, come forward, through Magenta Pixie and deliver their responses to these questions.

Our emotions in Ascension

A subscriber asked:

"What will happen to our emotions?  Will they be less charged?  Will they begin to dissolve?  Do we have a choice in which emotions we want out of our lives and which emotions we want in?"

The Nine come forward, through Magenta Pixie, with their response.


About Magenta Pixie and the Nine

Picture Magenta Pixie was born in Staffordshire in 1965 at her maternal Grandparents home. Her parents lived in Islington London where Pixie spent her early childhood.

Pixie parents were in the theatre at the time of her birth; her Father was an Opera Singer and her Mother, a Ballet Dancer.

Pixie grew up around the theatre and decided at an early age that she would follow in their footsteps.

She was an early talker and an early reader and at the age of seven was reading several Enid Blyton novels per week, living in a world of fairies, pixies, gnomes and magic.

At seven years old Pixie would sit at the bottom of her garden willing the fairies that she could sense and feel, to show themselves to her…she would hear a whisper within her thoughts of “One day! One day!”

Pixie had several “imaginary friends” whom she would speak with all the time.

At this age she remembered being able to move things with her mind and became frustrated why she could no longer do this as she knew that somewhere in some other time, in some other place, she once had these abilities.

At ten years old she won a short story competition and lived within her imagination either by reading fairy stories, writing them or telling herself stories by speaking aloud.

Pixie’s parents separated and Pixie moved to the New Forest with her Mother and her younger sister & brother.

Pixie started studying drama and acting and whilst she excelled in drama and creative writing she showed little interest in anything else other than science fiction programmes such as Star Trek and The Tomorrow People.


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