The Flower of Life is a form of Sacred Geometry. Sacred Geometry is a description applied to the visual graphing of the way light/ consciousness coalesces into form. As pure consciousness descends into form, it sets up points and connections to hold light stable. These points gradually form a pattern. Some people can see these forms, and are able to draw them. These forms exist on a universal level and people who can see energy, in every tradition, see the same core forms.
Karen Wilkins, a medium, sent us a number of photographs of interdimensional life forms. Among them was a series she took of what I call the Crab. This is a life form that has been sent to me, over the years, by various energy workers. They write asking what I think the object is.
Dowsing to understand the nature of so-called negative energies on a piece of property can lead to some surprising insights. When a client calls me in because they are having problems with the energy on their land, we discuss what they perceive to be the situation. Then I walk around myself and listen to what the land has to say. There is often some energy imbalance that has been perpetrated by the unwitting interference of some human process; nature itself has a wonderful way of balancing its own domain.
The knowledge of the universe that Ancient Egypt embodied has influenced billions of people over the centuries. There are many legends as to its founding, including the intervention of extra-terrestrials, of the gods, and of the migration to Egypt of the priests of Atlantis at the time of that island’s destruction. It is said that most of the energy workers on earth today have, at some time, had a significant Egyptian incarnation in which they were trained in energetic techniques by some mystic order. Our resonance with this culture runs deep in us all.
Connie Reeder, an author living in North Hollywood, sent us these tree images. City trees are always so interesting – they interact with people all day long, and some manifest some very interesting comments about the folk who pass below them.
We autonomically identify with our surroundings. Autonomically means our body system, without our conscious act to make it so, resonates with the objects around it. This is why community is so important to us: we draw strength from those we associate with.
We receive many photo submissions from folks who experience round specks in their photos. Some are dust specks or rain drops, some we can’t be sure about, but some fit the classic criteria for a true orb photo. Here are some that colleagues have sent us or presented to us on Facebook.
There is a strong push underway, during this transitional phase into our new world era, to seal and transform enmities of the past into energies of unity. Our world is being given copious opportunities to do so, from Sunnis and Shiites to Israeli and Palestinians, Hutus and Tutsis, Confederates and Federalists, men and women, families among themselves, and so on.