ST. BRENDAN’S ISLAND
THE LEGEND OF THE PHANTOM ISLAND
Medium: Jorge Raul Olguin
Entity that came to talk: Master Ruanel.
Interlocutor: Master, Can we start with the questions?
Ruanel: You can start.
Interlocutor: The first question is related to a very mysterious island, which is an entire legend, this island is called St. Brendan (“San Borondon Spanish)” and it’s considered the eighth Canary Island. It is an island that disappears when one is not looking for it and appears when nobody is looking for it. Those who have seen it don't doubt of its existence, and in many cases they have even arrived to that island and they narrated what they saw. I have thought that it can be an island of the past, which is no longer there and just by chance the sailors have arrived to it through a dimensional door. I have also thought that it could be famous Atlantis, obviously before its destruction.
Ruanel: It’s not Atlantis, because Atlantis was much bigger, not as a continent, but it was very big. This island is much closer as to its antiquity.
Interlocutor: But Does it exist at the present time?
Ruanel: No, it doesn't exist in our time.
Interlocutor: I thought it could be like that, but I wasn’t sure.
Ruanel: It happens that just like human beings have meridians and parallels that cross their energy centers known as – chakras-, and also called nadis; The Earth also has nadis, and when those nadis conjoin in a vortex that vortex would become as a kind of a miniature black hole, a micro black hole, where one can pass to another time.
Interlocutor: So the island is real, but it belongs to another time, but how long ago?
Ruanel: We are speaking of more than five thousand years. For that reason I said that it is more recent than Atlantis.
Interlocutor: Obviously St. Brendan’s Island disappeared. What was the reason of its disappearance?
Ruanel: It disappeared due to volcanic factors.
Interlocutor: Just like the island Krakatoa, East of Java? I remember it because a movie was made about the volcano that made the island collapse.
Ruanel: Yes, the same thing. And now this island emerged again.
Interlocutor: What is the size of this “Phantom Island” to call it somehow to St. Brendan’s Island?
Ruanel: As an island it was quite extensive, because it reached around 6 Kms. long and 4 Kms. wide.
Interlocutor: Twenty-four square kilometers. Well, it was not that big then.
Ruanel: We are speaking of 60* 40 blocks. It wasn’t small.
Interlocutor: Well, on second thought, you’re right. And who inhabited that island?
Ruanel: There was a civilization that spoke a very similar language to the current Castilian, because this island was closer to Spain. It was next to the estuary of the Mediterranean Sea at few Kilometers from the coast of Spain and of Portugal.
Interlocutor: What attracts my attention is that those who arrived to St. Brendan’s Island found footsteps that measured a double size of a human being. Were the inhabitants of the island giants?
Ruanel: They were not footsteps of human beings, but footsteps of extraterrestrials.
Interlocutor: Ah! It was an island inhabited by extraterrestrials!
Ruanel: No, it was not an island inhabited by extraterrestrials, but inhabited by a terrestrial civilization although in a certain moment an extraterrestrial expedition took the island as a base and they abduct some of the natives and they put to sleep to others with a technique of rays and they transferred them to the continent, to Spain and Portugal.
Interlocutor: Just out of curiosity Are there descendants from that island in these countries?
Ruanel: Yes, of course!
Interlocutor: What was the name the natives gave to the island?
Ruanel: They called it "Jenje."
Interlocutor: And what was the name of the extraterrestrials?
Ruanel: The Doriac.
Interlocutor: Does the planet also have the same name?
Ruanel: Correct, but the star of the system is called Lumine.
Interlocutor: Is that star very far from us?
Ruanel: Around three hundred light years, but it doesn't appear in our astronomical charts.
Interlocutor: And the number of the planet?
Ruanel: The planet would be Lumine 4, but I repeat, the planet is called Doriac.
Interlocutor: I understand. Just like our planet is Sun 3, but we call it Earth.
Ruanel: Exactly. But remember that not everybody calls the planets numbering them according to their distance from the star. Our astronomers don't do it in this way.
Interlocutor: Yes, I already had that fact. Another thing that intrigues me in is the story of a Benedictine Irishman from Llancarvan that lived in the century VI, and who was an indefatigable traveler, geographer and astronomer. I read what I extracted from the Internet: "Among other works he wrothe Navigatio a kind of fantastic story of his sea experiences. Later on, during the Middle Ages, many legends were elaborated based on him, among them one that highlights the discovery of an eighth island, in the Canary islands, to the West of La Palma.
The island would be called, St Brendan or San Borondon (Spanish). Many arguments were based to sustain three postures: those who believed in the existence of the Island, those who denied it and those who accepted that periodically this island could appear and disappear. According to a newspaper of Tenerife there was a sighting of the island in 1967."
Well, this traveler narrates that he arrived to a kind of island with other sailors and surprisingly it starts moving and in fact transported him to that island. He thought it was the back of a whale. But I deduce that it was submarine space ship. Am I wrong?
Ruanel: No, you are not wrong.
Interlocutor: Was the island as pretty as those who were there said it was?
Ruanel: It was pretty, like they would say now, "paradisiac", with a very similar weather to the current Canary Islands.
Interlocutor: I understand. Were there men and women in the island?
Ruanel: Yes, of course.
Interlocutor: How many inhabitants were there in the island? I mean without counting the aliens.
Ruanel: Around two thousand.
Interlocutor: Ah, they were few!
Ruanel: No, they were not few. For an island of that size, it was fine.
Interlocutor: Then the history ends when part of the inhabitants were abducted and others transferred to the continent.
Ruanel: Correct. Around forty or fifty were abducted and the rest of them were taken to the continent after being put to sleep.
Interlocutor: Is there another enigma about this legend which is necessary to unveil?
Ruanel: No, there is none and there was no mystery before either. Actually, the facts are very simple.
Interlocutor: The facts will be very simple, Master, but surely there will be people who will take this revelation as frenzied, preferring to keep the silly legend of a Phantom island that appears and disappears uncannily.
Ruanel: Probably they will.
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