November 22, 2022

Giving Thanks

Here in the US we are closing in on our annual Thanksgiving holiday.  I just wanted to take this opportunity to send heartfelt thanks and appreciation out to all of you who have been reading my posts.  The support of my "unseen" audience means a lot to me.  I know you are out there even though I only  occasionally hear from a few of you.  

Wishing those of you who celebrate Thanksgiving a wonderful day of good food and good companionship on Thursday.  I will be catching up and eating out with 2 local friends at a casino restaurant in Mesquite Nevada.  Oh well!  Different strokes for different folks.  Have a happy day! 

November 8, 2022

November 8 Lunar Eclipse

Early this morning, our planet experienced yet another fabulous total lunar eclipse.  This was the Beaver Blood Moon Eclipse. When I tune into something like this, I do not reference astrology at all.  Instead, I muse about the strange behavior of our moon, with the same side facing the earth all of the time, and the possibility of human and alien bases on and beneath its surface.  There is also a certain creepiness factor, second only to the full moon.

Last night before going to bed, I set my alarm for 3 AM.  Our weather at that time was very windy with gusts up to 30 MPH, 46 degrees, and clouds racing by with rain starting to come in.  So I set up my camera, and popped in and out of the house to take my photos.  By 4 AM, I'd had it.  Because of the weather, I did not get as many photos as I usually get.  Here are the good ones. 

November 1, 2022

October Launch

This post is a few days late, mainly because I took the day off yesterday to go down to Zion National Park for a day of hiking before the next storm rolls through.  BTW—we already have enough snow up in the mountains here for the Brian Head Ski Resort to open a few weeks early.  It is the furthest south ski resort in the state, and the first to open this season.  Quite interesting for southern Utah!

This past weekend on Saturday I walked the local labyrinth, and then we had our launching group on Sunday.  A double whammy!  So my intent for the launching on Sunday was to experience the energy dynamic of a labyrinth.

When I walk a labyrinth, I am releasing what needs to go as I make my way to the center, where I anchor and expand the sacred space.   I then embrace the positive on my way out.  There are different ways to do this of course, but I find that this works for me. It is my sense that one is also unwinding and then rewinding the DNA to reflect a more positive patterning.

The labyrinth is a 2 D flat surface, but energetically, as I found out, it is a multidimensional construct.  This is what I was first shown in my journey.  As one walks the labyrinth with intent, a spiral of energy upwards is created, up to a certain point, and then a corresponding spiral that comes downwards in the opposite direction is created.  The interesting thing is that simultaneously the same formation is created going down into the earth.  These 2 spirals are mirror images of each other, as in the photos above. 

This energy goes out in all directions, and there are also multiples of these throughout the universe.  As I floated above this formation, what I got was that these are energy generators! 

So the next part of my journey involved positioning myself in the center of this double spiral, or if I was on a flat plane, in the center of the labyrinth. 

This is where it got very interesting.  The energy in the center felt very powerful and dynamic, and I labeled it “nuclear”.  It was not the gentle expansion that I am used to when dealing with higher dimensional energy.  Could this possibly be the way that a star generates energy?  Certainly our Sun generates a lot of power for the solar system, and I assume that all other stars do the same.  In addition, all stars are connected on a multidimensional level, core to core, so it is possible that they share energy through a vast network. 

Well, I will have to tune into this new energy dynamic the next time I walk the labyrinth.  This one is located in the Cedar City Episcopal Church, and there are 2 ladies that host it.  The last thing I said to the group on Sunday was “I wonder if the church ladies know what is going on here?”  They would probably be shocked! 

October 30, 2022

The Sheep Parade


Each year during the last weekend of October here in Cedar City, we have the annual Livestock Festival.   It involves all sorts of ranching demonstrations and competitions involving cowboys on horses, sheep and cattle.  There are venders selling interesting things, and a wide variety of "county fair" kinds of foods that can be eaten.  The highlight is always the Sheep Parade which takes place on Saturday morning down Main Street.  It starts out with a herd of Texas long horn cattle, and ends with a herd of about 1000 sheep, with everything fun in between.  These are the photos I took yesterday morning.

October 24, 2022

The Mood

These past 3 days I have attended an on line conference presented by a remote viewing association called Applied Precog.  It is aptly named because associative remote viewing involves the skill of precognition.  Attendees listened to 6 presentations by excellent speakers, and also had the opportunity to try our hands at doing 6 remote viewing targets. 

I had pertinent and personal takeaways from all of the presentations.  The one I will mention here helped me explain something that happened before my recent trip.  The speaker was Dean Radin, who is the chief scientist at IONS, the Institute of Noetic Sciences.  IONS does research into topics related to consciousness and psychic phenomena.  Dean’s particular topic a few days ago was “Analysis of Pre-Sentiment Data from Twitter”.  Words used on Twitter were totaled up as to their frequency, and those positive and negative words were correlated via graphs to positive and negative world events.  The significant time frame was at about the 2 week mark prior to the event. 

So this demonstrates that the mass consciousness can perceive and subconsciously react to upcoming events that are either positive or negative in nature.  This is then reflected in the verbiage used on Twitter, for example. 

As I thought about this, I wondered if an individual could precognitively perceive a negative event that is coming up in the future for them.  This very thing happened to me about a week before the recent trip that I wrote about previously. 

About a week before I was to leave, I got word that the friend who was coming out to travel with me had to cancel because of illness.  I started to feel a bit down at that point, and that feeling got more pronounced as the week progressed.  I felt sluggish and definitely lacking in enthusiasm.  The frustrating thing was that I just couldn’t put my finger on why I was feeling that way, which was unusual for me. Was I bummed because my friend wasn’t coming?  Was I coming down with something?  It never occurred to me that there would be issues with the upcoming trip. 

I was still feeling down when I arrived for the trip, and then found out that the situation was not ideal.  The negative feelings that had been plaguing me involved the people, the food, the lodging, and the travel company.  In fact, these feelings didn’t clear up completely until after I was home for a few days when I attended my Tuesday night meditation group. 

So after listening to Dean’s presentation, I wondered if I was precogging my upcoming travel situation.  That may be why I had such a difficult time pinning down my distress.  Don’t get me wrong, I do not regret going, and had some high points in addition to the lows.  It was quite a mixed bag.  The future is generally hidden from us, and not yet fully manifest, and outside of time and space.  Nevertheless,  it does exist out there somewhere.   We are all multidimensional beings and always connected to everything, so it is possible that we can get precognitions about the future, hence the success of Dean Radin’s research. But, as in my case, it may be difficult to pin down. 

As we all become more connected to our multidimensional selves, the events that I am describing may filter up into our every day awareness, and thus we may be able to work with them on a more conscious level. If this happens to me again, I will be on the alert!  

October 16, 2022

The Final Day


Our final day was spent at Zion National Park.  Or should I say our final HALF day!  This trip was billed as a 6 day, 5 night trip, but in reality it was a 4 ½ day 5 night affair.  Our day at Zion was cut short for a variety of reasons, much to my disappointment.  Fortunately for me, I live close enough to the park that I can drive down there any time.  I plan on doing just that in the beginning of November when the cottonwoods are at their peak of fall colors. 

So there you have it!  A trip to some great locations with some highs and lows, especially involving the tour company.  Major issues with the food, and the last day cut short.  And of course, missing the friend that got sick and couldn't come.  Nevertheless, it was great to get out of town during this unusually beautiful fall weather!

October 15, 2022

The North Rim

One of the reasons that I went on this trip was to see and experience new activities and places.  Today we went to a place that was brand new to me.  We drove south into Arizona to the north rim of the Grand Canyon.  The route took us up onto the Kaibab Plateau.    Here is the view towards the north from an overlook.  In the distance are the Vermilion Cliffs.

Upon arriving at the north rim, we went directly to a nearby corral for our mule ride.  The ride took us through a ponderosa pine forest near the edge of the canyon for an hour.  My mule was named Gus!  I firmly hung onto the saddle for the whole ride.

Before lunch at the Grand Canyon Lodge, we walked out to an overlook to enjoy the views of the canyon.  Fabulous!  Where we were was near the start of the Bright Angel Trail that goes from the north rim, down to the bottom and back up to the south rim.

Here is the historical lodge where we had lunch.

There is no lodging in the main building.  Instead, one can stay in one of the many cabins there.
Point Imperial is the highest point of the Grand Canyon.  It is located eleven miles east of the main lodge.  

On the way back to the main highway, we stopped to enjoy the beautiful aspens in their full fall glory.