August 25, 2019

Success at Last!

I drove the 6 1/2 hours back from Cedar City, Utah yesterday, and am now catching up.  My main emotion today borders on euphoria!  I am so relieved that the training with Paul Smith met all of my expectations and more.  Above is the class photo, with Paul and his teaching assistant Angela Thomson Smith, in the middle.  We were at Cedar Breaks National Monument for a field trip on the last day of class. 

The CRV training was intense, with 2 days out of the 6 in class for about 12 hours.  Sleep time was at a premium!  On the plus side, Paul teaches only 2 students at a time, and he gets an additional teacher in if there are 3 or 4 students.  He is totally hands on, and everyone gets immediate feedback on the targets that they are working.  What a contrast to my previous training, where very little of the work was ever checked for accuracy.  I did very well, with just one part of the process that I am still trying to work out.  I don’t get my graduation certificate until I work 10 targets for Paul to evaluate.  Then it is back for the intermediate class.  Probably in at least 4 months or so. 

I am so relieved, and glad that my issues were due to the previous inadequate training, and not my lack of skill.  I am looking through my photos from the trip, and will post some of those soon.  Glad to be back! 

August 16, 2019

The Next Big Step

I am currently getting ready for a trip over to Cedar City, Utah on Sunday for a 6 day CRV Basic course with my 3rd remote viewing instructor, Paul Smith.  At this point, I have scrapped what I have done with the first 2 instructors, and will be starting from scratch.  Paul is currently the only instructor who teaches the original version of CRV that was used by the US Army during the cold war.  The class will have only a few people in it, and will be very interactive and personally supervised by Paul.  Call me crazy, but I would like to stick with my training until I am sure that I really get it, or that it is clear that it is not for me.   Even after working with the 2 women that use Lyn Buchanan’s methods, I am still not sure about the previous statement.  Hopefully by the end of next week, I will have my answer. 

In the mean time, I was able to do a few high elevation hikes this week up to the alpine zone.  Next week will be spent sitting for the most part, so I wanted to get my exercise in ahead of time.  Below are a few photos of the Sharkstooth Trail.  Enjoy!

The photo below shows the trail winding through bluebells that were as tall as my shoulders!

August 8, 2019


This past week, I got an e-mail from a reader of this blog referencing a post entitled “The Gathering” that I wrote back in 2013.  I was writing about some of my experiences at The Monroe Institute.  In particular, this post detailed my journey up to a consciousness level where there were many ET races observing Earth and her coming transition, and also fighting over what they consider to be Earth’s most precious resource, namely, us.  So please re read this post here before continuing.

Keep in mind that Robert Monroe made his prediction of a great and chaotic transition in consciousness around 1975.  We are many years past that, and yet it has not happened, at least not that I can detect.  There have been other predictions about this from other people, that we will be thrust into an energetic state that is unlike anything we have experienced before. 

I finally had some time to sit and connect with the information in “The Gathering”, and was a bit surprised.  The location where all of the ET races and some of the representatives from Earth had gathered to work out who gets what when this reality went into chaos was almost deserted.  There were some “caretakers” left to keep the mechanics running, but that was pretty much all. 

What happened?  Where did they go?  Immediately, I got the word “infiltration”.  We have been infiltrated by a wide variety of off planet races.  They may be shape shifters, an energy form attached to a vulnerable human, or coming in on the energy of a technological device.  These are just a few possibilities.  Artificial Intelligence, AI, certainly fits into this category. 

I still have a book by Ruth Montgomery entitled “Aliens Among Us”, published in 1985.  My father gave it to me, and wrote in it “For my favorite alien”.  Ha!  It is a treatise on what was known about the ET agenda at that time, and her theory was that aliens were here on Earth to assist with a transition that she said would occur at the turn of the last century.  Clearly, that didn’t happen.  I don’t think that the ET agenda is all love and light, either. 

For those of us who are spiritually evolving humans who are intent on moving on from the earthly arena at the end of this lifetime, we cannot afford to fall into an ET agenda of any kind.  What to do?  We must live a life of conscious awareness at all times.  Pay attention to what is happening in your environment and within your own body.  The body is a barometer that can give us a heads up when something is wrong.   Minimize your engagement with wireless technology.  WiFi, smart phones, and other devices that emit electromagnetic waves can cause damage to the human body and mind. 

Addiction to smart phones is a growing problem.  This is by design to keep people distracted, not paying attention to their surroundings, and disconnected from true human interaction.  If you are not awake, aware, and interacting with your surroundings, you are ripe for a takeover. 

The increase in the use of the above technology and more is designed to separate us from our true organic nature.  Pay attention and make conscious choices.  Do not agree to any arrangement before knowing everything that is involved. The forces that I am referring to will take advantage of an unconscious human.   How all of this will play out, I do not know.  I am assuming that the “event” that Robert Monroe referred to in 1975 will be very obvious to everyone regardless of spiritual persuasion or level of awareness.  Time will tell.

August 4, 2019

From Day Into Night, Well Almost!

The last night of the trip was spent in the capitol city of Reykjavik, near the harbor in the old section of the city.  Above is our hotel, which was converted from what used to be the only paint factory in Iceland.  Despite outward appearances, the inside was quite nice.  It was also within public bus or easy walking distance to many of the attractions of the city.  Below are photos of the view from my hotel room.
Since I was there just a month after the Summer Solstice, the days were quite long, and it was still broad daylight at bed time and when I got up for the day.  It was a bit weird to say the least.  The first photo below was taken from my hotel room at around 5:30 PM when we first got there.  The next one was taken at 12:30 AM when I got up in the middle of the night.  Note the contrast.  The second photo showed the darkest that it ever got at night while I was there.  Some hotels had black out curtains, but most did not. 

Lastly, here is a photo a few of the glaciers and icebergs of Greenland that I took from my window on the plane on the way home from a really nice trip. 

August 3, 2019


About midway through our trip, and at the farthest point east of our travel route, we spent a morning with the icebergs in a saltwater lagoon.  An iceberg is a huge piece of freshwater ice that has broken off of a glacier and is floating free in salt water.  This day also had the worst weather of the whole trip.  It was drizzling and was cold enough to wear gloves.  Luckily, my camera survived getting a bit wet.  This has not been the case with one of my previous cameras.

Our group, decked out in all of our rain gear, boarded a duck, which is an amphibious vehicle that was developed by the US military in WWII and the Korean War.  It can travel over land and in the water.

 Here we are with our duck tour guide, a woman from Spain.
In spite of the cold and the rain, it was a magical time on the water with these blue giants.

After our time on the lagoon, we went across the highway to wander among the icebergs that had washed up on a black sand beach.

August 2, 2019


The definition of a glacier is "a slowly moving river of ice formed by the accumulation and compaction of snow on a mountain".  Iceland has several large ice caps on the mountains that spawn some 269 named glaciers.  In fact, 11% of the land mass is covered by glaciers.   On this trip, even though our group did not actually hike on a glacier, we saw plenty of them, mainly near the southeast coast. Note--People assume that glaciers are colored snow white.  In reality, they are actually quite dirty looking, as they are coated with dirt, and in Iceland, ground up lava.  Below are a few.

Below you can see the dirt on the glacier, and the stream coming out of the bottom from the glacier from the heat of the ground melting the glacier from the underneath.

The blue color is caused by all of the oxygen being squeezed out of the ice by the weight of the glacier.