Zeta / Grey Pictures & Poems

Portait of a Grey             Feather, Hat & Cape           Curls of Incense

Poem by a Grey Teacher - The Watchers         Poem by a Star Child- Believe

Portrait of a Grey

Years ago a thirteen year old Girl, a 'Star-Child', sat down to draw a picture for her school art class. They were working in charcoals at that time and she was to practice drawing in this medium.

At the same time in the child's household, there was quite a lot of busy day-to-day activity going on, as well as an intense period when the Grey Teachings were being imparted and the family were having night time Encounters and activities with the Greys and some in the daylight hours as well!

As an almost apologetic 'olive branch' to the child's mother at that time, Oris (a grey Teacher) sat on the child's bed and posed for this portrait, giving strict instructions (if not a little tongue in cheek) not to draw in too many wrinkles, as he may be famous on Earth one day. For a thirteen year old child working in charcoal for the first time it was quite a good drawing! Here's a look at how she saw him.

Feather, Hat and Cape.


This is another portrait of Oris, drawn by the same child.

We have since received independent confirmation from a number of different people who have also seen Zeta Elder / Teachers dressed in this way.

As far as I understand, the Teachers are readily recognisable by this attire, which is generally black, with a small coloured trim in the form of a hatband or feather in the hatband.

Oris actually posed for this sketch, to allow the girl time to complete it.

Curls of Incense


Judy's friend experiences visits and teachings from the Greys and says that they regularly visit her while she is giving Reiki treatments to her clients and they leave playful signs in the incense...  

Judy explains: "It all began a few years back when Oris (one of the Grey Teachers) was present at Helene's home one evening and commented upon how you can meditate using the slowly rising smoke of a burning incense stick. He then proceeded to create various shapes with the smoke as the family watched in fascination.

As far as the ash forming shapes, it only occurs when we request it, never on any other occasion, and both Helene and I burn incense all the time.

In a way, it’s become a sort of ‘in joke’ with the Zeta Family, and also a way Oris has of letting us know when he’s around.

The really weird part is the ash never collapses. One of the photos was taken back in May 2008 and it's still firmly in place.

Helene has to keep buying new incense holders as she doesn't want to wreck Oris' handiwork.


The Watchers

Poem by a Star Child