Recording of Puja Ceremony – Dr. Steven Greer

Puja is a Sanskrit word that means ‘ritual’. Paul Riedner attended the CSETI Joshua Tree, CA  training in April 2015.  He made a high quality audio recording of Dr. Greer performing the puja ceremony sung in the Sanskrit language of the ancient Vedic texts.  Paul’s other podcasts can be located at  CE5 in Minneapolis.  Many thanks to Paul for sharing this audio.

At the 5 minute 27 second mark, there is an odd clicking sound.  One of the people close by, saw a green pyramid coming near to the puja table;  Dr. Greer performing puja ceremony (audio only)

The ceremony is a universal prayer for peace.  There is a table with ritual offerings: fire, water, flowers, incense and an orange.  There is also an image of the major spiritual masters going back to the beginning of time.  When Dr. Greer was involved with the TM movement, he performed this ceremony as often as 8 times a day.

The Vedic texts were probably an oral tradition in India circa 3000 B.C.E.  However, the major implication for CE5 contact is that this prayer for peace began off-planet long before humanity even existed on Earth.  Often, just as the ceremony is beginning, ET craft (and beings) can be seen to enter the area, just to attend the ceremony with humans.  I myself have seen a large golden appear directly above the group (2 inches across at arms length).  In France 2010, I witnessed two separate physical physical manifestations of ET craft coming into the area just before the puja ceremony began (i.e. diamond points of light appearing against the trees 100 feet away, and a gray flag remnant of a metallic disc with white tail, both sailing quickly into the ground as they went trans-dimensional).  In addition, Emery Smith got a photo of a squarish purple shape, hovering above a field just before the ceremony was to begin ( Emery Smith Photo – France 2010 ).

Judge for yourself, how do YOU feel after listening to this?

Cheers, Deb Warren

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