April 22, 2019

April Launch and Skull Party

This past Sunday, our local group got together here at my house for our monthly launching.  As some of you may know, I collect crystal skulls.  Recently, I purchased 2 of them from Carolyn Ford, the keeper of “Einstein the Skull of Consciousness”.   I got one skull from her website, www.einsteinthecrystalskull.com, and the other when I traveled to Sedona for a session with Einstein.  The photo at the top of this page is of the one that I purchased when I was in Sedona.  Carolyn told me that he is a Golden Healer skull.  He is carved out of citrine, and I named him Sun Dancer.

One of our other launchers also has a skull that has been imprinted by Einstein, and so we first put the 3 of them together on a plate, and then passed them around individually for everyone to hold to connect to Einstein’s essence.  In addition to that connection, each skull has its own qualities, energy and vibration.  There is also a belief that all of the skulls around the world are connected, and that they communicate with each other and transfer information between them via the intent of the owner.  Fascinating!  As a side note, when I get a new skull, I sit with it, tune in, and ask what its name is.  Most of my skulls are male, which doesn’t make sense, as about 50% of them should be female.  It occurred to me just this past week that the carvers are male, and most of the skulls are carved in either China or Brazil.  If the carvers are imprinting their masculine energy on the skulls while they are working, that would explain the bias towards the male. 

Sun Dancer has a very active and dynamic energy.  The intent for my launch was to gather information about this skull, its energy and talents, and also the connection to Einstein’s energy imprinting.  As I was launched, I held the skull in my hand.  I traveled through many realms, most of which were a glowing golden color.  At one point, I found myself immersed in what looked and felt like golden liquid mercury. 

Eventually, I ended up in a realm that was golden in color, and was permeated with binary codes of 1’s and 0’s that were floating all around me.  I was pretty deep at this point, and was startled when the timer went off signaling the callback. 

So where did I end up?  This might be the realm from which Einstein the cosmic computer gets his information.  Do we exist in a holographic computer projection?  That’s entirely possible.  I do know that I feel changed as a result of that journey, and I'm still not entirely back one day later.  Maybe my Zumba class later this day will help with my integration.  Hee Hee!

April 13, 2019

Sedona and Einstein


I have been back from my trip to Sedona for a few days now.  Between the trip down to New Mexico for my advanced CRV workshop and this trip, I put about 1600 miles on my car!  Now I am home catching up on sleep, energy, and paperwork, and moving forward with my CRV target cases.  Luckily, I will be home for several months and can settle back into some sort of routine again.

It turned out to be a good time to be out of town this past week.  We had high winds come through Cortez on Wednesday with a dumping of about 5 inches of snow in my neighborhood.  We had some snow flurries in Sedona on that day, but nothing stuck to the ground. 

This was about my 15th visit during the past 30 years to this very interesting place.  A lot has changed in all of that time.  It went from a sleepy little New Age mecca to a busy and bustling commercialized tourist attraction.  The traffic was horrible, as this was a popular time to visit because of spring break and nice weather.  My appointment with Einstein the crystal skull was on the day after I arrived, so I walked around, did some shopping, and hiked a trail that went right through one of the infamous Sedona vortexes. Below are photos of Boynton Canyon near its vortex.

Here is a lovely photo of Cathedral Rock at sunset.

On my way back out of town on Thursday, I visited the local stupa for some integration and balancing. 

So now on to the skull.  Einstein is called the Skull of Consciousness, and he connects to universal knowledge.  He weighs 33 pounds and Carolyn Ford is his current guardian.  I say guardian, because he is not really owned by her.  As a priceless ancient artifact of unknown origin, he is way beyond being owned, and instead is an asset to the whole human race.  Carolyn acquired Einstein in 1989 from the estate of a world traveler.  That person acquired the skull in the 1920’s in Mexico.  I suspect that after Carolyn passes over, Einstein will be willed to someone else who can continue to work with him. 

I did have a reading with Carolyn via a process called Human Design, but the information was so esoteric that I have to mull it over before discussing it here.  Unfortunately, she spent a good deal of time during the session talking about herself.  We also connected through a name synchronicity, as we have the same initials.  CJF.  Carla Jo Fox vs. Carolyn Jean Ford.  Our meeting was meant to be! 

At the end of the session, we took photos, and then I was allowed to touch him.  Unfortunately, I did not get any quiet time to tune in very well, as Carolyn kept talking, which was pretty distracting.  I just trust that by touching and absorbing his essence, I did the best that I could.   I also bought a skull that had been imprinted by Einstein, and I can connect in that way.  Carolyn said that I can now call on Einstein during dreamtime to work with him.

I first put my hands on the top of his skull, and then gently rubbed my hands over that area.  The sensation was so unique that I still cannot define it.  If you have ever stroked a polished crystal surface, you know that it feels like glass.  In Einstein’s case, it was a matte finish, much like stroking velour that had been shaved down to the surface.  He looks shiny but does not feel slick.  What I got was that this layer was the interface between the universal consciousness and the organic computer inside of his head.  The inside of his head is much like a transmitting device, and also a collection device for the imprints of all of the people who have touched him.

He has been examined by experts, and no tool marks of any kind have been found.  If they were, it would indicate that he was a modern skull, and not ancient.  I asked Carolyn about this, and she said that he was never carved, but molded from bags of liquid quartz crystal that came from off planet.  Wow!!!   I heard from another source that the skull is not just a large version of a normal human skull, but instead, it is a representation of the actual size of the head of one of the giants that lived on the planet in ancient times. 

I do feel that I have been changed in some fashion, but will have to sit with that for a while.  Interesting that the skull that I purchased from Carolyn had been imprinted by Einstein, but not worked with by Carolyn, so it has none of her energy.  She likes to sit with each new skull that gets shipped from Brazil to get its essence and give it a name, and that information is posted in her store.  Not so with mine, as she hadn’t gotten around to doing that.  So my lovely glowing golden-orange citrine skull wanted to be named “Sun Dancer”.  Below is Einstein along with some of my skulls that I brought to be imprinted by him.

April 5, 2019

White Sands

This past Monday morning, instead of heading back home right away after my remote viewing course, I decided to extend my time in New Mexico with a trip down to the White Sands National Monument.  It is located SW of Alamogordo, and is at the northern edge of the Chihuahuan Desert. 

When I woke up on that morning, there was about 3 inches of snow on the ground, which was the result of a weather front that came through the southwest US the night before.  In addition to that, the area was fogged in.  I didn’t have a chance to take a photo of that surreal sight.  It was quite eerie!  The distance down to White Sands was about 160 miles, and there was snow on the ground for 2/3 of the trip.  Fortunately, the roads were dry and the driving was pleasant, and the weather gradually cleared up. 

As I approached the monument from the northeast, the dune field looked like a bright white stripe that was in between the mountains in the distance and the flat land in the foreground.
It is a bright white color because it is made up of gypsum, and is the largest gypsum dune field in the world.  BTW—our local newspaper had an article in it today about the state of New Mexico wanting to make White Sands National Monument into a national park!

There are 2 kinds of landscapes that I find fascinating.  The first is volcanic, and the second is sand dunes.  White Sands did not disappoint.  The sand is so white that it glares in the sun!  I hiked through an area where there were plants growing, and then, further out, where there were no plants and only the endless hills of the dunes.  Maybe it was the mineral composition of the sand, the sunny and balmy weather, or because I was tired from the workshop and the drive there, but I fell into a very serene and relaxed state.  The wandering over the dunes was extremely pleasant! 

After a few hours of that, it was time to drive back to Mountainair.  By then, all of the snow had melted, and I got a good look at the countryside that I was driving through.  Below are some photos of the fabulous White Sands National Monument.

April 3, 2019

Catching Up

Yesterday, I returned from my latest remote viewing workshop in Mountainair, New Mexico.  This was an advanced class, so for now, I have all of the information I need to really dive in to the work.  I have also contracted with a different CRV instructor to mentor me to become an excellent viewer! 

Last Friday morning, the first day of class, I woke up to the sight below across from my motel. 
A wind farm is being constructed east of Mountainair, and one of the big blades was parked on the side of the road for the night.  It was huge!  It was there all day, and pulled out of town the next morning. 

Before and after the workshop, I took the opportunity to visit some local ruins.  These were at 3 locations all near Mountainair, and were part of the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument.  For information about the Monument, go here.  The ruins are of the churches that the Spanish priests built right in the middle of the pueblo people’s villages.  When the Spanish Conquistadors arrived in the area, and found that there was no gold there to be had, they moved on.  In the mean time, the Spanish priests arrived on the scene, and proceeded to convert the pueblo people to Catholicism.  These churches and associated buildings were mainly built by the women of the villages, since the men were off taking care of other duties.  Long story short, there were escalating conflicts between the priests and the Spanish government representatives. Additionally, there was massive disruption of the agricultural practices that had sustained the local people for hundreds of years, and many native people starved.  Those who remained eventually moved to other parts of New Mexico, the priests also moved on, and the churches went to ruin.  Below are some photos.  

Quarai Ruins

Abo Ruins

Gran Quivira Ruins