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    Dear friends at Avalon

    we'd like to share with you our experience, after a year or so in contact with Simon Parkes and the Connecting Consciousness group created by him.

    This is a warning to those who, like us, have seen in Simon very a serious and knowledgeable person, worthy of trust for a most delicate matter, such as identifying and removing entities, implants and programs of alien origin from our body and mind.

    To make a long story short: with patience and a reasonable payment, you can get in contact with Simon, but do not expect him to keep his promises or to finish what he started.

    Here is the story:

    We are a couple, Daniela and Alberto. We are Italian, but have spent a few years in South America and recently have settled down in England.

    We have been in search of the truth for the last twenty years or so, including several years spent in an esoteric school, which we eventually left, because of suspicious attitudes of the leader, who claimed to have ET contacts, but we suspect had actually been taken over by them.

    Since then Daniela felt a heavy interference on her life by unknown forces, which probably are alien in nature. She sees small creatures or machines floating over her bed in the first moments upon waking up, which then disappear. She receives frequent psychic attacks, in the form of waves of desperation, or sadness, the kind which makes you tired of living. One night she saw herself teleported into a spaceship, in a half-dream state, and got a dizzy feeling. And much more ... including uncountable UFO sightings, and episodes of loss of memory.

    A couple of years after leaving that esoteric group, upon discovering Simonís activities and his claims about being able to help in such cases, we sought his help and booked consultations with him, which took place on Skype during the springtime of 2015.
    We had a great start, four Skype video-conversations when we had a most positive impression about Simon and his work. It felt like we had found a long lost friend.

    Simon said we had actually met a long time before, not on Earth. He also commented that we two, as a team, are a problem for the elite. His explanation of the symptoms Daniela experiences are that there may be an ongoing attack towards her, and that a program was installed in her, which erases her memory.

    Big problems, and a worrying situation, so we expected his help to be at the same level.

    The actual treatment had just begun when, in june 2015, while ending a Skype conversation, he told us we would talk again in a week.

    To make a long story short, we never more heard from him, despite countless attempts to get in touch, even through his collaborators. The most we could get was a few words on a Skype chat, ďwill call you soonĒ, and then nothing happened. During this strange period we even met him personally on a lecture, when we had the weird feeling of a person without vibration. On that occasion, without showing any embarrassment, he gave us his phone number. Needles to say, our calls and SMS were never returned.

    We came to know that several people who have been consulting with him were left with an unfinished treatment.

    Of course we wonder what is the real goal he has: why taking on new cases when he canít finished the pending ones? If we suppose he acts with intelligence towards a definite goal, than this is achieved when he get in contact with people and scans them, and asks them to concentrate on his image (as he does on his website as well in the procedure to remove entities).
    In cases like ours, once this is done, he loses interest, and without a word of warning or explanation, he cuts the contact and moves on to connect to others.

    This would not be the first episode we see, when a very good person is taken over, modified and used by beings of another level, to carry out actions on light workers: attract them with knowledge, penetrate their minds, or keep them stuck around cults, etc.


    with love and light,
    Alberto and Daniela

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    Default Re: Our experience with Simon Parkes as a counselor

    More game? Glad you and others turned from man's games of deceit. Try that inner voice connection to God, praise him before asking him to remove the confusion and attacks. After that, recognize, when you need to purge stuff out, so good stuff can come in. It's really a high vibration time now, and I suspect the remaining defects are being purged through vibration/frequency removal(like with water or dirt/sand/salt. The vibrations rearrange DNA to normal again after tampering. I hope Avalonians survive as well as myself. I think we make a great team.

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    Thanks for sharing Alberto e Daniela. I am wondering if the bulk of payment for his services is payed up front? In other words, I am wondering if he lost interest after you payed him. I can't imagine anyone that is really offering that type of service that would not complete it has anything of true value to offer in the first place. What you described is blatant dishonesty.

    It is so easy for someone to be dishonest in the type of work that Simon says he does. He takes very vulnerable people and claims he can fix them. There is no way to validate anything that he says he does. I can tell you one thing, if I paid someone for a service and they ignored me before completing the job then I know that something is very wrong.

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    Thanks Alberto and Daniala, it is good that you share this story. My own personal encounter with Simon, (only attending one of his talks and brief chat), left me feeling something was not right. I elaborated on it elsewhere on the forum at the time but suffice to say when I first encountered him via youtube I listened with interest to everything i could find. After the talk I lost all interest in him, I think he is not what he claims to be without being able to concisely explain why.

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    Quote Posted by peterpam (here)
    Thanks for sharing Alberto e Daniela. I am wondering if the bulk of payment for his services is payed up front? In other words, I am wondering if he lost interest after you payed him. I can't imagine anyone that is really offering that type of service that would not complete it has anything of true value to offer in the first place. What you described is blatant dishonesty.

    It is so easy for someone to be dishonest in the type of work that Simon says he does. He takes very vulnerable people and claims he can fix them. There is no way to validate anything that he says he does. I can tell you one thing, if I paid someone for a service and they ignored me before completing the job then I know that something is very wrong.
    A great lesson here. In my work as a contractor I can't tell you how many times I have had to fix jobs that were left unfinished because the client had paid for a service before it was finished and the contractor left. Never pay the full fee until the job is done. That tends to keep the service provider on the job until it's finished.

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    An advice for psychic attacks......
    Always remember it's about frequency/waves
    Never get into the afraid mode, this is how they feed of us. Try to stay focus in your inner heart frequency tone (om helps), this is how you change their frequency and because they don't take energy, only they spend soon they'll gone. If for any reason you can't resonate with your heart frequency then you can try to be in "no reaction" state (like meditation), this also helps a lot. If you manage to do this, they'll never come back......
    About Simon i can understand that he is overwhelmed. In the last interviews he said many times that he needs vacations to reconstruct his energy because in the months to come he'll need to be in full operation.
    When you go to a healer always remember that the healer the most times show you the way to heal yourself, then the most work must be done after from youself and this is the right way....
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    maybe the original Simon has been replaced or reprogrammed....

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    I am smiling.
    Quite some time ago I was visited by a mod and told off/warned for saying that Simon was speaking c***. He is after all a member.
    He had a lot of support from mods and members---seems that has waned over time.
    Have to say joining Avalon does not, to my my mind, make one a member---there should be some interaction, particularly on varied subjects not just about "My story"
    Being a member brings responsibility.

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    Ps Im saying the opening post and other comments, that have occurred over time on Simon's behaviour, leads one to have some doubt about what he says and his integrity
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    Quote Posted by peterpam (here)
    Thanks for sharing Alberto e Daniela. I am wondering if the bulk of payment for his services is payed up front? In other words, I am wondering if he lost interest after you payed him. I can't imagine anyone that is really offering that type of service that would not complete it has anything of true value to offer in the first place. What you described is blatant dishonesty.

    It is so easy for someone to be dishonest in the type of work that Simon says he does. He takes very vulnerable people and claims he can fix them. There is no way to validate anything that he says he does. I can tell you one thing, if I paid someone for a service and they ignored me before completing the job then I know that something is very wrong.
    A great lesson here. In my work as a contractor I can't tell you how many times I have had to fix jobs that were left unfinished because the client had paid for a service before it was finished and the contractor left. Never pay the full fee until the job is done. That tends to keep the service provider on the job until it's finished.

    Matt

    Yes. I wrote exactly the following to someone who knows Simon very well, drawing their attention to this thread:

    Alberto e Daniela's post was careful and well-written, and reported their own experience without any nasty barbs. It's really up to Simon to deal with things like that, and if he's made any mistakes or dropped the ball with anyone, then he has to rectify that.

    Because he's a public figure and has also charged money to clients he's offered to help, that puts this in a certain category that's not the same as trolls sniping at someone in the alternative media. Once you charge money and work with clients, then there are certain responsibilities that every therapist knows. And if those are breached, AND if one's a public figure as well, then one can expect public criticism (and warnings to others).

    It's just like taking your car to garage. If the mechanic screws up, or botches a repair, or accepts a payment, says he'll do something, and then doesn't, you're liable to tell your friends to stay away from that guy.

    Might not mean the mechanic is a bad person. Might just mean he's exhausted, disorganized and distracted. But from the clients' point of view, all they care about is their car repairs.

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    Quote Posted by mpennery (here)
    Quote Posted by peterpam (here)
    Thanks for sharing Alberto e Daniela. I am wondering if the bulk of payment for his services is payed up front? In other words, I am wondering if he lost interest after you payed him. I can't imagine anyone that is really offering that type of service that would not complete it has anything of true value to offer in the first place. What you described is blatant dishonesty.

    It is so easy for someone to be dishonest in the type of work that Simon says he does. He takes very vulnerable people and claims he can fix them. There is no way to validate anything that he says he does. I can tell you one thing, if I paid someone for a service and they ignored me before completing the job then I know that something is very wrong.
    A great lesson here. In my work as a contractor I can't tell you how many times I have had to fix jobs that were left unfinished because the client had paid for a service before it was finished and the contractor left. Never pay the full fee until the job is done. That tends to keep the service provider on the job until it's finished.

    Matt
    I am currently in the posiiton of having paid for some work done around my yard in advance. Paid this person to trim back all the tree branches hanging over my fence and to put up a car port awning I had bought as a kit. He did trim back about half of the branches and said he would be back. I have been chasing him for a month now and he keeps saying "this upcoming weekend, but never comes and now not returning my many calls. I will have to take him to small claims court to get at least 3/4 of my money back. He seemed like a nice young man, even had a handiman card with his name and number. He said he did work for my down the street neighbor whom I do not know...told me to call them if I wanted but I did not bother. Now feeling like such a fool. So I totally agree with the advice of never paying the fee in advanced. Lesson learned!!!

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    We must be careful here....
    I don't see anywhere about money upfront, Alberto and Daniela speak only about promises and an unfinished treatment.
    The only "crime" i see is that Simon never get back to them to apologise that he didn't find time......and this is understandable and no big deal for me.
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    Thanks for sharing Alberto e Daniela. I am wondering if the bulk of payment for his services is payed up front? In other words, I am wondering if he lost interest after you payed him. I can't imagine anyone that is really offering that type of service that would not complete it has anything of true value to offer in the first place. What you described is blatant dishonesty.

    It is so easy for someone to be dishonest in the type of work that Simon says he does. He takes very vulnerable people and claims he can fix them. There is no way to validate anything that he says he does. I can tell you one thing, if I paid someone for a service and they ignored me before completing the job then I know that something is very wrong.
    A great lesson here. In my work as a contractor I can't tell you how many times I have had to fix jobs that were left unfinished because the client had paid for a service before it was finished and the contractor left. Never pay the full fee until the job is done. That tends to keep the service provider on the job until it's finished.

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    I am currently in the posiiton of having paid for some work done around my yard in advance. Paid this person to trim back all the tree branches hanging over my fence and to put up a car port awning I had bought as a kit. He did trim back about half of the branches and said he would be back. I have been chasing him for a month now and he keeps saying "this upcoming weekend, but never comes and now not returning my many calls. I will have to take him to small claims court to get at least 3/4 of my money back. He seemed like a nice young man, even had a handiman card with his name and number. He said he did work for my down the street neighbor whom I do not know...told me to call them if I wanted but I did not bother. Now feeling like such a fool. So I totally agree with the advice of never paying the fee in advanced. Lesson learned!!!
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    50% on contract signing.
    40% on completion.
    10% is held for finishing issues if they may arise.

    Never go over 50% in advance. Always hold some back at the end to be sure the finishing work is done. Never over-pay so that the residual is worthless to the contractor. (ie, maybe a 15%-20% residual instead of 10%)
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    Quote with patience and a reasonable payment
    warning, warning Will Robinson.... Sorry that clicked in my brain from the TV sitcom Lost in Space, but my BS meter was going off in the very beginning when I asked please take a look at the Oregon footage and help to determine what species dealing with and if anything looks familiar. There was a promise but never did or reply. After the second post gave up but kept it to myself as there was a huge following and endorsements for him. Personally witnessed the insectoid type which some calling the Mantis, so felt any help would be welcome. I wonder did he every show any supporting evidence?

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    Well, I might be guilty too. I contacted Simon for a possible online session, and I never got back to him. I guess what comes around, goes around.
    I'll say this, if only half of what Simon says is true, then he's taught me a lot. He's been a paradime buster for me. Thank you Simon, for your service to humanity........sound familiar?

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    I have paid 50% for a now languishing project here in Cuenca. I am learning that a 50% pre-payment is just a lot of money for booze. From now on, I will pre-pay no more than 20%. I was a professional until my retirement, and I always completed my contract. I will use this schedule.

    20% on contract signing.
    10% on 50% completion.
    10% on 80% completion.
    50% on completion - including any/all finishing issues that may arise.
    Even the above schedule exposes me to some risk.
    If they do not agree, I can find someone else.
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    Simon announced on one of the recent interviews with Jay Pee on Wolf Spirit Radio that he was feeling the pressure and was going to take some time off from work.
    Someone high up in the Connecting Consciousness group who handled a lot of his communications had resigned, and I expect that may have had something to do with it...
    I'm not making any excuses for Simon, but just contributing a little info that others may not have known.
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    Alberto & Daniela, im not for or against Simon here, but dealing with clients did sometimes put me into an awkward situation even though I honestly didnít mean any friction to take place. Im sorry for the experience youíve had. maybe as its been mentioned before here it would be more beneficiary to look inside for the answers?
    though i must admit that talking to Simon was like a catalyst for me to go forward and explore further realms of my being. The process was magical indeed! i didnt comprehend most messages he implemented into the conversation we had but listening the recording some time after reveals layers not understood prior. i thank him for unlocking something in me - not sure what exactly but it definitely helped alot.
    take care and good luck ahead! Its all just an experience after all - we learn ether way..

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    I do see a pattern here and elsewhere, a whistleblower/witness/or someone with the inside story, People listen and they have questions, they want to know more, they want a session, they want info from someone else, they are new or just getting it together, they don't know they can access this info from themselves.
    They do actually have an inside line but it can't be accessed, too many doubts and misconceptions.
    Too busy doing life, can't sit and be still.
    The person of the moment gets swamped, some burn-out, some trolls, people get disappointed.
    Sometimes it ends badly.
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    Default Re: Our experience with Simon Parkes as a counselor

    In this more recent video, Simon said at about 51 minutes in that he is remaining "on holiday" until March.

    So did Simon accept funds and then not deliver, or just not respond to requests for further assistance?
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    Default Re: Our experience with Simon Parkes as a counselor

    I do not get a good feeling from him and don't know what to make of people looking to him for their own personal questions.

    There are people out there not unlike peeping toms and busybodies ( all the way up to psychopaths )who get off being believed and trusted. They get access to everything you hold private and dear without the responsibility of having a relationship. They simply have control.

    I see him as one of the problems in this community and I hope people stop paying attention to him. Your not worth his time obviously. Why give him yours?
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