Here is a photo of a gigantic Birdman who lives at Niagara Falls.
I had just climbed down into an area near the Maid of the Mist boat ride and walk. The cold was biting through my light jacket, spray from the falls was beginning to soak through, and I was concerned about my camera, which was now carefully zipped inside my jacket. But the local nature deva was urging me to stay and look around – really look.
The tusseling between the nature deva and myself was increasing. The deva wanted the camera out and me photographing, I wanted to just leave the spot for someplace dryer and warmer…and the wind spirits who always enjoy teasing me when some really good shot is at hand were having great fun starting and stopping their spray play.
The nature deva of that site was getting a bit annoyed and frustrated that I was not understanding the message and literally would not let me move from the spot, finally strongly communicating to me to look up, there was something important to see, and helping me shift frequency to see the form. The deva wanted the Birdman photographed, insisting I assist. Devas can be very insistent when they need something accomplished, and on occasion I have been glued to a spot until I stop fighting the request and listen to their need.
As that is part of my contract with the nature spirits – to take their photographs for humans to learn to see them – I have gotten used to being “nagged” until I learn to shift my dimensional perspective to match theirs!
Finally the spirits and I came to a compromise. It was agreed I would visually line up the shot, duck behind a large boulder, and in the rare moments when the wind paused for breath, pull out my camera, dart out and get the shot. Here it is.
I’ve learned since that the Birdman is sacred to the Native Americans of many nations. According to a press release by Texas State University, “Morning Star, also known as Birdman, is a hawk-like figure that brings up the sun from the Beneath World each dawn. Morning Star is associated with everlasting life, and rulers at ceremonial sites in Illinois and Georgia seem to have taken on Morning Star’s divine identify.”
Below is an image of him crafted by an ancient artisan of the Mississippian Period, as it appeared in an announcement of a Texas State University seminar on Native American symbols. I’ve placed it next to the Niagara image, so you can see the similarity.
As you can see, the Birdman’s energy is real and can manifest well in our third dimension. The presence of Birdman at the powerful and once-sacred Niagara Falls is yet another example of the reality of life forms of other dimensions who can be seen by some, who can manifest on earth when they wish to, and with whom we humans could work for the betterment of all.