Astral Story: Childbirth Scam … by Alice B. Clagett

Filmed on 27 January 2018

Dear Ones,

The astral airwaves have been full of unbelievable stories. Here is a video about a childbirth scam that was circulating through ‘the ethers’, as they say. There’s a Summary after the video; text not in the video is in green font …



Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.

I’ve heard about a scam, just recently, on the astral plane. I suppose everybody else is probably already familiar with it, but I just had never heard of it before. It’s very ingenious, and it involves a woman who wants to have a child, and is married, but can’t afford to have a child. It’s really simple. It goes like this …

She’s a very beautiful woman, say, very alluring. Men always fall for her. But she, and the person that she’s been a lifelong partner of, they just don’t have the money to get by. And so, in order to have a child, she divorces him, with his permission, and then goes on a search … a Craig’s list search, or whatever … for potential partners … sperm donors, really … who have ….

You’re probably laughing because I’m ingenuous, and I don’t know about this, right? … Potential partners who have money. And she hopes to marry them for a few months … however long; maybe as long as the pregnancy, maybe less … and get together an agreement in advance, that, should there be an ‘issue’ (or children), that she’ll get a certain amount of money for it … because she intends to divorce him, and then go back to her one and only, right?

And here’s the kicker: The people that she’s having over, she won’t let them spend the night. And her one and only is spending the night in the walk-in closet in the bedroom, to save money. You know?

So, it’s like a scam. It reminds me of that scam where the beautiful young woman approaches a man of means or substance, and after having sexual relations with him, she turns up a month or two later, with one of those foam pretend-pregnancy bellies strapped on … the ones that cost $10 on Amazon or wherever … someplace on the internet. And starts to get payments for child support from him because of that. It’s kind of a con game. You might call it a con game. Yeah. So there you have it.

And my issue … my concern … is that, when I hear this stuff on the astral plane, I not get involved with it; go ahead and let people be predators and victims … whether they be men or women, that are the predator. Whether they be men or women, that are the victim. You know? And let them play those games, so that they can learn from them. Because God will teach them what they need to know. You know? God will teach them.

I can’t teach them by being indignant, or angry, or anything like that. So my gig is, the peaceful, neutral mind. I’m going to try that for the rest of the day! …

Here I am at El Capitan State Beach … kind of cool! And I have an addition to that story. I heard just now, on the astral plane, that that con artist lady lines up 6 to 8 men every time she wants to have a pregnancy … does a prenup with each of them … gets as much money out of them as she can, based on the ‘issue’ that she’s going to have … the child. Like from one, she might get $50,000, from another $400,000, and so on … Gets money from each of them, and pretends that she’s married to each of them.

And then, after a month, divorces them, and gets the money, and takes the money and the child to her one and only.

Isn’t that an incredible scam!

All right, you guys, I’m going to go see about El Capitan. Talk to you later!

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

P.S. On the other hand, if there were transparency here … if everyone involved knew they were ‘buying shares’ in a baby, why then I expect there might come some future time when it would be legally sanctioned. So the question here, I feel, has to do with trickery or deception, rather than an inherent wrong.

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