The most exciting frontier in space is not far and away. It is Planet Earth! There are multitudes of spaceships that have gathered in our skies to watch the progress of Planet Earth as her inhabitants crawl on their knees through their wars and the Atomic Age. Most of these spaceships are beyond the gravitational field of the Earth. They stand by and watch, but cannot interfere in our big and little wars.
One night the author found herself aboard an enormous Mothership. It was the size of a city. She had concentrated her thoughts during the astral travel that we all do at the edge of sleep. However, she was able to bring the memories of her travels back to Earth. The people she met on board the Mothership were Extra-Terrestrials of the Nordic type, tall, slender, mostly blond, with blue or green eyes. They worked in various ways with those they called Earthlings. They helped those injured in the battles of Earth such as the Gulf War, or in one case, a gas explosion in the heart of Mexico City. Those badly injured people were beamed aboard the Mothership to be healed in an expeditious fashion, using technology not yet available on Earth.
Jane made friends aboard the Mothership and one night she was invited to go aboard a "flying saucer" (they prefer to call it a scoutcraft). She was piloted out into space, and watched a ballet of scoutcraft performing to the music of the Nutcracker Suite. Later she spent time in a scoutcraft learning about their controls and then participated in a complex operation involving our solar system. Then she and other Earthlings were observers as diplomats from many galaxies gathered in this Mothership to hear briefings about Planet Earth. Life on a Mothership can be very exciting!