Operation Starlight on Mount Adams

Photo 1) Mount Adams rises to 5,798 feet in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This mountain was charged on March 15th, 1960, by a great being known to us as Mars Sector 6. The team consisted of Dr. King, Keith Robertson and Monique Noppe.

“This mountain is now charged with energies which, when activated correctly, will manifest in that balance necessary to heal those terrestrials whose karmic pattern allows such intervention. If you would serve your brothers, come ye to the summit, activate this potential and radiate these energies to all who need such help.” — Mars Sector 6

Photo 2) This phase of Operation Starlight was performed under very arduous climbing conditions which required snowshoes. On the climb, the team found an average of 15-20 feet of snow, and local people called it the heaviest snow in living memory. During the climb, Dr. King had a bad fall severely injuring his hip, an injury which plagued him for a number of years. Dr. King had to continue relentlessly marching onwards for another 11 hours, with pain a part of his every step.

Reference: Cosmic Voice Issue No. 23, November – December 1960, The Holy Mountains of The World

Location: Mount Adams, Washington, USA

Operation Starlight on Mount Adams

Photo 1) Mount Adams rises to 5,798 feet in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This mountain was charged on March 15th, 1960, by a great being known to us as Mars Sector 6. The team consisted of Dr. King, Keith Robertson and Monique Noppe.

“This mountain is now charged with energies which, when activated correctly, will manifest in that balance necessary to heal those terrestrials whose karmic pattern allows such intervention. If you would serve your brothers, come ye to the summit, activate this potential and radiate these energies to all who need such help.” — Mars Sector 6

Photo 2) This phase of Operation Starlight was performed under very arduous climbing conditions which required snowshoes. On the climb, the team found an average of 15-20 feet of snow, and local people called it the heaviest snow in living memory. During the climb, Dr. King had a bad fall severely injuring his hip, an injury which plagued him for a number of years. Dr. King had to continue relentlessly marching onwards for another 11 hours, with pain a part of his every step.

Reference: Cosmic Voice Issue No. 23, November – December 1960, The Holy Mountains of The World

Location: Mount Adams, Washington, USA