Posts Tagged ‘Symbols’

A Call for Visionary Artists, Cultural Creatives, Dreamers and Builders

Now’s the time to dig deep and bring forth our most inspired creative gifts to paint, sing, write, spell, dream and build our preferred new world into being. The “elite” friendly Economist magazine has put out its own symbolic program for 2015 on its cover. The obvious East/West “dichotomy” shown as controlled by the self-appointed elite bolsters Ken’s ongoing series about the false East/West “conflict.” I encourage you to click through to both links, as the Economist cover puts the psychopaths’ sick agenda on full, unapologetic display, while Ken’s latest articles give the rational breakdown of the Economist‘s subconscious, symbolic programming.

Well, guess what? Puppeteers aren’t the only ones who know how to work with symbols; they’re not the only ones who know how to dream or draw with intention; they’re not the only witches, murmurers and chanters in this world. Alan Kay — a computer scientist — said, “The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” Alan Kay is “known for his early pioneering work on object-oriented programming and windowing graphical user interface design.” [source] He’s someone who worked with computer models, not unlike the false Reality Matrix coding much of our world. Well, guess what? Cultural creatives, visionaries artists, dreamers and builders know how to pioneer our own object-oriented programming. We can create our own graphics and designs and challenge the accepted interface. And for those of us who don’t yet know, it’s time to learn and take action!

I find that for me and many others, 2015 has already marked a dramatic uptick in creativity. If you feel a project percolating or nipping at the edges of consciousness, now’s the time to devote yourself to bringing that project into being. The A’cons know how to simulate, but they need humanity to bring their creations into being. (Yes, I call them A’cons, like A’holes, and I suggest that you do, too. “Archon” means “ruler,” whereas “A$$ con” pretty much sums up their value.) Create your own reality, or someone else will.

If you need inspiration, consider asking Nature what She would like you to bring forth. Ask your Soul for ideas. Reclaim your narrative. Request “awen,” or “inspiration,” and then open to receive the Fire of Creation. It’s already kindled and ready to share. 🙂

The Ebola Scare, Global Pandemic, and the 2012 Olympics Ritual

For weeks now, I keep seeing images from the 2012 Olympics Ritual invoking a) a childbirth (presumably Kate and Will’s son George, who arrived in 2013) and b) a global pandemic. I’m not posting this for fear, but rather, for potential insights on how to shift diabolical intentions set in motion through an extremely well crafted black magic ritual that used unsuspecting viewers’ energies to fuel the agenda. Long time blog readers might remember that I strongly urged people to skip watching the opening ritual, noting that unless you are symbol-literate and know how energy works, then even the best intentioned meditators would find themselves manipulated into participating in this disgusting ritual.

I do know symbols and energy shifting techniques, but I did not subject myself to the ritual itself. I did, however, see enough recaps of the symbols afterwards to recognize that my intuition was spot on. Some of the creepiest images focused on a giant baby head and hospital wards full of nurses with sick children. Given the other symbolism (including a traditional Maypole fertility dance) throughout the “show,” the ritual clearly served at least two purposes — first, as a fertility ritual for the next royal heir.

Giant baby head in front of a pandemic scene

Giant baby head in front of a pandemic scene

Check, that one’s done. There’s not necessarily anything “evil” about conceiving a child with a bit of magical assistance, by itself. The second intention, however, really upped the creepiness factor: all those images of sick, sick children, a veritable pandemic:

Pandemic "vision" in the 2012 Olympics ritual

Pandemic “vision” in the 2012 Olympics ritual

You might also remember that black and white costumes in the Opening Ceremony also included newspaper headlines such as “pandemic” and other things related to sickness on a massive scale.

As I said, these images have been haunting me for weeks, but I didn’t feel led to mention them until I saw the following video, linked today from Natural News. The video features an Ebola vaccine pioneer joking about using a genetically modified virus to cull 25% of the world’s population:

Haha, very funny, right? Especially in light of the fact that Monsanto (leading genetic engineering firm) and the US Department of Defense have helped to fund Tekmira pharmaceutical’s Ebola vaccine. “Hilarious” in light of allegations that Sierra Leone may be blaming a bioweapons lab for the current Ebola outbreak there. Also “funny” in light of eugenicist “philanthropist” Bill Gates’ celebration that effective use of vaccines could cull world population. I have posted before my sense of a war gamed, genetically engineered virus and have many times mentioned my concerns about mandatory vaccinations.

The thing is, among the self-appointed “elite,” exists an odd code of honor in which they believe they need to warn the population before they do something of questionable moral character. You know, like 9/11, 7/11 or a mass depopulation event. Maybe not quite on the up’n’up, so they warn people and if the masses don’t stage a huge hissy fit, they consider the lack of protest as “permission to engage.” 😉 It’s called “predictive programming” and often appears in Hollywood films, public speeches and public artwork like that found in Washington, D.C. and the Denver Airport. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you can research 9/11 forewarnings, predictive programming and the Illuminati Playing Cards. You’ll find all sorts of familiar scenes released years, sometimes decades before actual events. As someone who paints symbolic artwork in order to influence reality, I also recognize that such warnings sometimes play dual roles: the process of creating the “warning” art or film can also act as a ritual to engage the intended outcome.

If all of this sounds hocus pocus and ridiculous to you, that’s fine. I’m sure that it does to most people, and that’s just the way the “elite” want things to remain. Why do you think all the major religions and societal institutions either demonize or ridicule anything occult (which simply means “hidden”), all the while utilizing those very tools to achieve their ends? The Vatican holds the largest collection of astrology texts in the world, and they employ the very best telescopes — but astrology is “evil,” “silly” or unwarranted. Righhhhht. That’s why top businesses always consult astrologers and use ancient symbols in their advertising — because it’s complete nonsense. Uh-huh. Fact is, those who rule the world know full well how powerful the right timing, the right energies of the planets and stars and the right subconscious programming through ancient symbols are. That’s why they continue to conduct smear campaigns designed to keep any would be explorers and do-gooders far, far away from such powerful tools.

With open sourced symbols and information, the psychotic Powers that Be never could have a) climbed so high in the first place and b) maintained their stranglehold on a much larger populace. They know this. Magic gets a bad name, because for thousands of years, the primary people effectively using magical tools have used such tools for power over, rather than power to. Instead of aligning with energies in order to help our world, these people have kept secret the most natural, connected, effective tools for change, so that they could use them for their own personal gain. That’s why I advocate people becoming symbol literate, studying fairy tales (repositories of Ancient Wisdom), and avoiding the New Age watered down mish mash of “esoteric” studies.

Most of that New Age mumbo jumbo is (intentional) rubbish, designed to distract and steer you away from real wisdom when you get too close to it. Ditto all the fear and taboos surrounding magic, astrology, energy work, occult symbols and rituals: the extreme association of such things with Satanic activities is to discourage good, would-be empowered white magicians and prayer warriors from claiming their own power to shift things through metaphysical means.

I’m well aware of most of the alternative news and metaphysical spokespeople congratulating themselves for having “seen through the Ebola psyop,” and I wholeheartedly agree that there’s a war on for your mind and emotions. Propaganda, casual hypnosis, Big Pharma profits, government control … they’re all there. In spades. But I’ve got to agree with the now maligned Mike Adams on this one: just because governments and corporations plan to exploit a manufactured crisis doesn’t mean they will skip the step of trying to initiate an actual crisis. I do not agree with everything Mike Adams posts about every topic. Sometimes he quotes questionable sources, and I do not know whether he does so intentionally or through rushed publications. On the whole, though, I find his reporting on the Ebola scare agrees with my own intuitive sense of what’s going on behind the scenes.

I just take things further, because, unlike Mike Adams, I don’t ridicule fairy tales and magic. I know fairy tales contain instructions on the rules of the Faery Realm, magical ethics, and how to shift realities. I also know that magic works. I’ve used it when nothing (and I mean nothing) else has. When you know how things work, you recognize them in action, and, as I said in my Medical Intuitive Thoughts on the Ebola Situation, we’re dealing with a different level in this case than with the usual roll out of things like the H1N1 scare and pushes for the flu vaccine. A spiritual component exists here, and we cannot resolve it solely by laughing at it or ignoring it. I’ve suggested prayer as a positive means to shift outcomes.

Prayer and visualizations/feelings focused on strong immune systems, increased public health, greater public discernment, and an outbreak of conscience among the useful idiots required to perpetrate whatever scheme the psychopaths have cooked up, will be as helpful in shifting this scenario as mega doses of Vitamin C, voluntary quarantines, and bitter kola nut. In fact, without addressing the spiritual component, people leave themselves highly vulnerable on levels they assume do not exist.

Besides prayer, several other tools can help you to protect yourself and revoke your own “permission” for this sick scenario to occur:

1) If you participated in the 2012 Olympics Ritual — which simply means: “if you watched the 2012 Opening Ceremony” — then you need to reclaim any magical fuel you (unintentionally) gave to this pandemic, and you need to revoke your implicit permission for an engineered global pandemic to occur. Speaking these words aloud holds great power. Any contract with hidden clauses becomes null and void when the bamboozled party asserts s/he did not know what s/he was agreeing to. Reclaim your magical power and revoke your permission.

2) The distant healing symbol learned in Reiki Level 2 offers ways to heal past, present and future, as well as physical distances. If trained, you can send healing energy to the past, present and future related to Ebola or any other pandemic, whether natural or genetically modified and inserted into a vaccine. Reiki knows where to go and what to heal. Even if you only have Level 1 training, sending Reiki to this entire situation can help shift it back into an innocuous wake up call.

3) The AR Rune specifically helps to repel “ill-witching magic,” bringing self-destructive and metaphysically harmful thoughts, energies and influences to light. Associated with the sun, this Rune acts on negative energy “germs” like UV rays act on bacteria, viruses and other nasties. They cannot survive in this vibration. The AR Rune looks like a peace sign, minus the circle and minus the right side line. (In other words, it’s a vertical line with a line angled towards the bottom left.) You can learn more by clicking here. The Song of AR at the bottom of the page is particularly effective, especially when murmured. A murmur sounds like something between a whisper and speaking aloud. Some people call it mumbling, but murmuring activates the subconscious mind, which creates your reality. Without reclaiming power over your own subconscious mind you leave it open to manipulation by media, frequency wars, propaganda, collective energy, others’ fears, and peer pressure. The AR Rune blocks the effects of any negative spell — including the black magic perpetrated in the 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony.

I do encourage people to utilize these times for awakening, empowerment and release. Yes, lots of scary, whacked out, crazy stuff surrounds us. Those who would control humanity love to create “Order from Chaos.” But guess what? So can we. Just because they’ve created chaos with a particular agenda doesn’t mean we can’t co-opt their chaos and agenda. They do it all the time to us. Why not turn the tables? Whenever I say, “turn the tables,” I think of Jesus cleansing the temple of the money changers. On a symbolic level, that’s exactly what I’m suggesting we do. The “temple” extends throughout all of life, and the money changers (those run by greed, trickery and selfishness) have spent quite enough time desecrating our world. Why stop with clearing out Ebola when we have the power to cleanse far more virulent strains on Mother Earth?

Fear not, but don’t ignore the writing on the wall, either. Yes, the Bible has been used and abused to maintain the gridlock on humanity, but it still contains some powerful warnings and advice, namely: “Behold, I am sending you out as sheep in the midst of wolves, so be wise as serpents and innocent as doves.”

Blessed Be.

The Origin of Easter’s Symbols and Sacred Objects

Thanks to Ann for the link to this informative article! I knew many of these facts but still found some surprises tucked in there like little Easter eggs. 😉

The Origin of Easter’s Symbols and Sacred Objects
Jennifer L. Shelton’s Blog

Most of you probably know that the date of Easter, as celebrated by the Christian church, is pagan in origin. “Like all the church’s ‘movable feasts,’ Easter shows its pagan origin in a dating system based on the old lunar calendar. It is fixed as the first Sunday after the first full moon after the spring equinox, at a time when the Goddess Eostre slew and re-conceived the Savior or vegetation god for a new season. The Christian festival wasn’t called ‘Easter’ until the Goddess’s name was given to it in the late Middle Ages.” – The Woman’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets by Barbara G. Walker

Today, I’ve provided the origins of many of the symbols and sacred objects associated with Easter. The entry on “eggs” is excerpted from The Woman’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets by Barbara G. Walker. The remaining entries are copied from another work by Barbara Walker, The Woman’s Dictionary of Symbols and Sacred Objects.

Bunny-Eggs

Eggs

Eggs were always symbols of rebirth, which is why Easter eggs were usually colored red – the life-color – especially in Eastern Europe. Russians used to lay red Easter eggs on graves to serve as resurrection charms.

In Bohemia, Christ was duly honored on Easter Sunday and his pagan rival on Eastern Monday, which was the Moon-day opposed to the Sun-day. Village girls like ancient priestesses sacrificed the Lord of Death and threw him into the water, singing, “Death swims in the water, spring comes to visit us, with eggs that are red, with yellow pancakes, we carried Death out of the village, we are carrying Summer into the village.”

Hare

The Easter Bunny began with the pagan festival of the springtime Goddess Eostre, when it was said that the Goddess’s totem, the Moon-hare, would lay eggs for good children to eat. The Easter Bunny still brings eggs to children, though they are now made of chocolate and sugar instead of more nourishing ingredients. Eostre’s hare was the shape that Celts imaged on the surface of the full moon, derived from old Indo-European sources. In Sanskrit, the moon was cacin, “that which is marked with the Hare.” Queen Boadicea’s banners displayed the Moon-hare as a sacred sign. Both hares and cats were designated the familiars of witches in Scotland, where the word malkin or mawkin was applied to both.

[Click here to continue reading about the symbolic origins of hares, hot cross buns, lilies, peacocks, and purple. Happy Easter in whatever form you celebrate this day!]

Jon Rappoport ~ The Strange Fear of Symbols

I was about to leave a comment on Jon Rappoport’s site and decided instead to post my (expanded) comment as an intro to his post, published below my comment.

Hi Jon, thanks for this. The abject terror of any “occult” symbols just because some would-be controllers have claimed them as their own and held them hostage is a bizarre thing to observe, indeed. I’ve long advocated that people reclaim co-opted symbols and/or invent their own … but also spend some time studying how people respond to symbols. Although symbols don’t have power in and of themselves, a study of any effective ad campaign or televised ritual (Grammy’s, Olympics, etc.) that produces results would seem to indicate that we can leverage tremendous power with symbols that speak directly to the non-rational mind.

As an artist, I often incorporate symbols into art that I create with specific magical intentions, i.e. intending that the artistic representation takes form in the “real” world. I can’t explain it, and it would sound crazy if I tried; however, the things I paint do directly appear in my own life. But only if I tag them with symbols (especially Runic Code). If I just paint something colorful or imitative, nothing unusual occurs, but if I paint something with layers upon layers of symbols, even without a conscious intention, then I start seeing elements of that painting reflected in “real” life.

I found this dynamic while writing my second novel, too. Whatever situations I’d create for my characters and code with certain symbols (especially Runic associations), the next day I would get calls or emails from new clients experiencing that exact scenario. Most of these plot twists were bizarre and specific, so after awhile, there was no explaining away the new clients as mere coincidence. I also started meeting people who looked like my characters or had their names. My partner, whom I met long after shelving that novel, has two spinster aunts with similar features, body types and personalities to two of my characters who come into their own in the second novel. I actually stopped writing that book until I could figure out a way to stop making it come true in non-fiction life or find a way to advance the plot without conflict and harm to my characters.

As you’ve long noted, the Imagination is more powerful than most people realize. Symbols activate it. I don’t know precisely how, but I’ve experimented a lot because I initially didn’t believe it could be so true. I live in a world of extreme synchronicity anyway, but when I paint symbols into an image with specific intentions, I can count on those intentions coming true in absurd and delightful ways far outside the normal chain of events. Magical rituals utilize symbols for similar reasons. I think of them as shorthand for a whole bunch of intentions and associations whose listing would bog down the creative process. Perhaps witches and artists tune into past life or ancestral associations with those symbols. I don’t know the exact method, but I have experimented and observed enough to know that symbols do carry at least proxy power when activated by our imaginations.

Recognizing our freedom and power to create carries with it a responsibility for that which we create. Exploring and honoring how symbols can aid or thwart that manifestation process involves more than simple superstition. It can become a practical study on the path to wisdom. Reclaiming co-opted tools can tip the scales of this world back in favor of a peaceful, healed and abundant planet. I would call that effective visioning and creation as opposed to “mind control.” If advertisers, propagandists and religions can use symbols to control us, then it only stands to reason that we, too, can use symbols — as tools to heal and liberate ourselves.

The strange fear of symbols
by Jon Rappoport

March 13, 2014

http://www.nomorefakenews.com

Groups use symbols.

But symbols have no inherent power.

None.

They have power only when people believe in them. In which case it’s the belief that is the power.

Just as important, symbols have no inherent meaning. They only have the meaning given to them.

So, for example, the famous eye and pyramid mean zero. Zilch. They only have meaning because Masons and other groups have assigned it.

There is no closed secret world of symbols that has magic in it.

There are no universally good symbols or bad symbols. A symbol is a word, term, sign, shape. It’s injected with meaning by a group. The group adopts a consensus about the symbol.

To a surprising degree, people think in terms of symbols. They operate as if they understand what they’re doing, but they don’t. They fear the power of certain symbols and attach themselves to the power of other “good” symbols. They’re hooked.

You could make a picture of a sun emanating three rays and call it Oobladee, and invent a whole mythology around it. You could claim it comes from Atlantis, or a secret society embedded in the old KGB, or an ancient Babylonian priesthood.

And then some people would react when they saw it. They would feel fear or anger or excitement.

It’s a con.

If you took this even further and created a whole set of symbols, dozens of them, and made up meanings for them, and worked with this game, you would eventually experience an interesting kind of liberation. You would see, to a greater extent, how arbitrary symbols are, how people trap themselves in “internal symbolic spaces.”

The whole point of frozen symbols is to enclose consciousness.

Let’s say you devised a picture of an eyeball hovering in a forest. A tear is dropping from the eye. The literal mind is looking for specific meaning. The literal mind wants an answer. It can’t find one.

The eyeball and the forest and the tear don’t add up. They provoke all sorts of associations, but no particular meaning, and the literal mind is frustrated.

So THEN you come along and assign a meaning. You say, “Well, this symbol was painted on masks in 834BC by the ancient Egyptian founders of a cult of pyramid builders. The eye and the tear stand for the tragedy caused by lack of faith in eternal life…”

And so forth and so on.

Now you’ve assigned specific meaning to the symbol. Now the literal mind breathes a sigh of relief. It has an answer. It can suck up that meaning and take it in and accept it. And now you can embellish the story and sell it to the literal mind. You can make that symbol into an object of fear and repulsion, if that’s the reaction you want to provoke in your audience, or you can make the symbol into an object of victory that stands for redemption.

You can twist and turn the symbol any way you want to.

The literal mind wants an answer to the mystery, a solution, and you provided it.

We’re talking about a very primitive form of art. When people operate at this level, buying symbols and their assigned meanings, it’s an indication they can’t appreciate or fathom more complex art.

They can’t read and fathom a novel or watch a stage play. That’s too much. There isn’t a clear one-to-one connecting pipeline between symbol and meaning, and so they’re confused. They’re frustrated.

I remember sitting in a movie theater watching a crime drama. The cops arrested the wrong man and framed him for a killing. A guy sitting next to me blew his top. He started telling his girl friend about how the cops were railroading this suspect and how bad the cops were, how the suspect was a victim of police brutality.

Well, yes. That was, in fact, the whole point of the movie. The movie was showing the audience how the police operated to create a false scenario and frame an innocent man. That’s what the movie was saying.

But this guy couldn’t get to that level. He thought the movie was actually on the cops’ side. He thought the movie was praising the arrest of the wrong man.

The literal mind at work.

In the same way, people accept the meanings that are assigned to symbols, and they react to those meanings in a reflex fashion.

In truth, symbols are open. They have no intrinsic meaning. People can inject any meaning they want to.

But when they’re trapped in a layer of symbolic thinking, they can’t see that. They’re determined to accept the already-assigned meaning and react to it.

Which is an invitation to propagandists.

Worse yet, it’s a fixation that artificially defines the limits of mind.

Symbols form a matrix-shell inside which minds live. Until they don’t.

In case you hadn’t noticed, lunatic school officials have been punishing students for symbols of guns. Pop tart chewed into the shape of a gun. Screen saver showing a picture of a gun. T-shirt with a message supporting the 2nd Amendment.

Then there are widening definitions of so-called hate speech. People want to ban the word “bossy.” They want to take any bland utterance and analyze it for possible “hate content.”

Among other things, this is puerile symbol-addiction.

A story about someone burning an American flag receives far more coverage and more reaction than a statement that the federal government violates the Constitution in a hundred ways.

Presidents are symbols. That is, the public reacts to the meanings broadly assigned to their images. The last time I looked, Americans in Kansas and Ohio weren’t sitting in the Oval Office having long conversations with Presidents.

Neither, I dare say, are Americans sitting down and talking with Satan. They’re reacting to meanings assigned to images of Satan painted by others.

Artists are in a unique position. They can make and unmake symbols at will. They can imbue symbols with meaning and then change the meanings or destroy the symbols. They don’t have to live under the dome of consensus symbols and their assigned meanings.

There are people who will argue that some symbols have “inherent meaning.” As if “the universe” sits around and writes down descriptions in a book, which is irrefutable.

Even if this were true, why do people have to accept those meanings?

Some symbols point to things that actually exist. Other symbols are fabricated with the intent of referring to fictions as if they were real. In both cases, the symbols are cooked and plumped up with meanings to impart a reaction.

I suppose God is the most widespread symbol on Earth. But instead of standing back and allowing the individual to decide what, if anything, it means to him, priest classes move in and organize religions to tell their stories, to embellish and codify the meaning of that symbol. And then to fight and kill to defend it.

Here is the symbol-maker’s proposition: “I’ll give you a symbol and tell you what it means and what it refers to. Then I want you to accept it, yes, but also to imbue it with feeling and awe and power. Give that power to the symbol. Make that investment. It’s your duty. Don’t vary or quibble.”

This is how humans are made into ciphers. This is mind control.

Jon Rappoport
Link to original article

The author of two explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED and EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at http://www.nomorefakenews.com

Symbols and the Subconscious

I had planned to write a post called, “Practical Magic,” featuring sure and easy ways to bring more magic into everyday life. I promise I will write that post soon; however, I had a little Facebook rant this morning that seemed valuable. People say they appreciate my “emails turned blog post” so here’s a mini-rant turned blog post.

Context was a debate about some petition going around to bring Jesus back into the public school system. Responses ranged from outrage to complete support to suggestions for non-denominational moments of silence. I am actually a big fan of Jesus and find his words and divinity both wise and liberating. I am not a fan of how his words and teachings have been manipulated over the centuries.

Well, I’m not a fan of any manipulation. I value freedom. Not just “freedom of religion” but freedom in the sense of “liberation.” You could say I’m a “live free or die” kind of gal. Karmic ties, familial or societal “expectations” or deliberate, calculated mind control: if I see it happening, I like to provide people the means of releasing themselves. We live on a free will planet, so no one needs to unlock the shackles, but I feel an obligation at least to point out the existence of handcuffs (self-defeating restrictions or external controls) and to remind people that they themselves have the power to release. We really do hold the universe within ourselves and we have access to so many guides, such love, and so much power wanting to flow through us!

So … without further preamble, the rant:

“Very interesting line of discussion. As for founding father’s intent, historical research shows that they were VERY into their spirituality, and this country was founded with the intent of becoming a “new world.” I would NOT call them Christians, though. Deists, yes: “Deism is knowledge of God based on the application of our reason on the designs/laws found throughout Nature. The designs presuppose a Designer. Deism is therefore a natural religion and is not a “revealed” religion.” [They were also mystics who felt this design and order could come to them in a variety of ways — that we each have the potential to become Divine.]

As far as religions being imposed, though, this country has never actually had a separation of religion and state. It’s just been done very surrepticiously with lots of symbols coded to program the subconscious mind — for those who know the symbols, a path of “enlightenment and power” and for those who don’t know them, a path of following w/o questioning. These symbols are embedded all over the capitol as sacred geometry, numerology, references to the goddess minerva, etc.

I’m not taking sides on this issue, btw. I just happen to study symbols, sacred geometry, Runes and other codes. They’re all over the place, especially in the financial system and other sources of power! The people in power in this country know these codes and are working them to get what they want, both in and out of the public school system.

Dan Brown’s book “The Lost Symbol” shares a lot of research along these lines, although I came upon that book after many years of study myself. What’s odd is that the Catholic Church has been using many of these same symbols for millenia, with very similar effect.

IMHO, one of the biggest ways to ensure freedom of religion and I would actually add freedom of thought … would be to educate the populace about symbols and how they affect consciousness. My late step-grandfather was in advertising and used to tell me just how easy it is to manipulate people. Turns out he was right.

The more I’ve studied these symbols and their effects, the more I see how they’re being used. The symbols themselves are just tools. As my friend Tim Glenn says, “A hammer can build a house or bash someone’s head.” It’s all in the intent of the one using the tools. Enough rope to free or hang oneself. The problem is that w/o education most people don’t realize they can free themselves or even that they aren’t free.

So … we can fight about whether or not to have Jesus in schools or prayer or a moment of silence in schools, but until people wake up to how they’re being programmed on a daily basis everywhere they look, there is only minimal freedom of thought or freedom of religion.

LOL, sorry for the rant. It just upsets me when I see how easy it is and that a bit of education would shift the symbols from a position of power over into one of power to. Then people could truly make up their own hearts and minds about what to follow, worship or how to live.”

Thus ends the rant. As many of you know, I have a series of portal doors flowing through me, and I employ Runes, Sacred Geometry, tarot and other ancient symbols into the doors. I’ve painted them for myself and others have commissioned them. The process has evolved, and I recognize a universal aspect even in the doors coded for private intentions, hopes and dreams.

Some people have wondered why I include “occult” symbols in my work if I am not trying to control others. Occult simply means “hidden,” and in my opinion, these tools have remained hidden long enough. We live in a rapidly disintegrating world. We need builders. And we need builders who hold visions of a better world. If visionaries cannot access the necessary, helpful and powerful tools the world will take much longer to rebuild.

I love this planet! I see the beauty around me, and I personally believe it’s worth not only saving, but reclaiming and enhancing. I would like Earth not only to survive but to thrive. My work puts me in touch with some amazing souls with huge hearts. I see people wanting to make a difference and some of them already are in big ways. Others feel a bit lost or would like to make an even bigger, more positive difference. They just don’t know where to start.

If you feel confused and you know nothing or very little about symbols, I would encourage you to learn. You don’t need to become a master in order to free yourself. Just as in manipulative relationships the manipulative person loses some of their hold once the “victim” recognizes the patterns and mechanisms, we as a planet can do so, too. The more these tools find themselves in the hands of benevolent builders, the better world we can all enjoy.

Namaste.

Schizandra Series Update and Instant Manifestation

“Remember, my friend, you must go down the road to know, it is as above as so below.”

Now that we’re approaching Spring 2010, many people have begun to inquire about Schizandra and the Peruvian Jaguar, Book 2 in the Schizandra Series. True, I had planned to finish it around this time, and no, my divorce and move to Chicago are not the reasons for the delay. I actually think writing Book 2 may have catalyzed these changes, rather than the other way around.

In September, artist Tania Marie and I went on a quest to Mendocino, feeling that we would find something there to help our creative endeavors. What we discovered were some ancient teachings on Runes and language coding through number, color, symbols, and association. I had intuitively used some of this in Schizandra and the Gates of Mu, but I began consciously coding Book 2, and it was moving along quickly with lots of subconscious stirrings. It felt mysterious, fast paced and fun. In short, I liked it, even upon first draft.

Then … I ran into a strange “problem.” I’m not sure if it was the Runes or synchronicity or what, but I began to notice that whatever I wrote about started to manifest instantly in my life. If I introduced a character with a certain birthday, for example, someone would immediately appear in my life with the same birthday. Cool, right? Sure, with birthdays it was cool, but fiction thrives on conflict. In order to keep a story moving, an author really needs to give his or her characters the worst case scenarios. I found that whatever conflicts I introduced in the story, no matter how bizarre, began to weave their way into my own life. At first I started attracting clients with those issues, but then the conflicts began exponentially manifesting in my personal experiences. People with the same names, birthdays, and challenges as my characters started appearing and interacting with me in the same ways as in the novel. Situations that I thought stretched the imagination in fiction began to appear as everyday occurrences in my “real” life. They would be slightly different, but recognizable as a reflection of whatever scenes I happened to be working on.

Those of you who’ve read Book 1 know that some strange events occur. Well, Book 2 is even stranger, and my life suddenly grew even more surreal than usual. Fiction and “reality” began to blend in ways I did not particularly enjoy. Whatever I created on the page started to become my life, and I don’t like conflict. I much prefer fun, calm, wholeness, and a sense of total connection to the Divine. Throw in some chocolate and I’m good to go. 😉

Fall 2009 did not feel good, despite copious amounts of raw cacao! I am incredibly grateful for all of the shifts and transmutations, but whoa Nellie! I needed to tighten my imagination’s reins a bit.

So … I decided to take a break from fiction and started painting instead. The same instant manifestation occurs with my painting; however, I paint from my heart and I paint whatever I love, so I find this process much more fulfilling and sustainable. If I can find a way to separate my creative efforts on the page from the creations in my life, I will complete Schizandra and the Peruvian Jaguar. I’ve worked so hard to reintegrate parts of myself that I’m not sure separation is on the agenda, but I’m open to the possibility. In the meantime, I find my art continues to deepen and offers a lot of joy and positive transformation both internally and externally. I have always been a big “manifestor,” but the intensity and speed of those manifestations with my creative projects have stunned me. I’ve spoken with other authors, even spiritually oriented ones and they agree that fiction is hard work, but I haven’t heard of anyone experiencing QUITE this same problem with their characters and conflicts bleeding into real life. I’m sure it does happen to some people; I just decided I didn’t like it happening to me. 🙂

Artwork, though? Loving it! I promise to post some of my more recent projects soon. I keep taking upside down photos with my BlackBerry, and my computer won’t let me reorient them. LOL, no matter which way I turn my BlackBerry, the photos come in upside down! Several people have pointed out the appropriateness of this as I feel like The Hanged Man from the Tarot, suspended upside down, pondering the Runes until I “get” them, hop down and fully claim their knowledge. I haven’t hopped down yet, though, and likely won’t until sometime in June if my lease and other synchronicities are any indication. Hopefully, I’ll get those photos up sooner than that, though!

In the meantime, yes, I am still offering coaching, intuitive, medical intuitive and Reiki sessions and classes. My extra meditative state these days seems to enhance the insights, so do feel free to contact me. I thoroughly enjoy connecting with and helping people, finding it a mutual blessing.

Namaste.