Posts Tagged ‘Working with the Elementals’

The Faery Referral Network

Sometimes I just have to smile with an inner wink! When we moved to Goshen last year, I felt an enormous pull to get back to the Earth, nurturing the soil and healing this land on all levels. Due to the number of trees that had been cleared away during the gut rehab of our rented home, when we first relocated, this land felt traumatized. It had been the neighborhood eyesore, completely overgrown and left to Nature’s whims, but, of course, that’s how Nature Spirits like things. Even though many of the trees had been diseased and sprung up so close together as to prevent thriving, this property still had a third to a half acre of woods in one of the more industrial parts of town. Without the trees, the newly renovated house looked spiffy, but the land felt stripped and deeply sad, like it had lost its way.

I’ve chronicled my efforts to transform this neglected plot into something beautiful, productive and functional — along with little faery spats I’ve encountered along the way. Oh, how they hate that weed whacker! And yet, they learned to recognize that if I didn’t maintain the weeds within proper height, someone else would mow them to a quarter inch. Best to work with me, as I am willing to work with them. As the yard has transformed with raised beds, perennial herbs, edible ornamentals, a winter cold frame, trellises, and loads and loads of wood mulch, I’ve felt the Nature Spirits relax and begin to enjoy the space again.

We have a very faery home and yard. Even people who don’t believe in faeries notice the energy when they approach our yard and step inside our house. It’s quite palpable, and I keep meeting people around Goshen who, apparently, know me (even though I don’t know them) because they purposely drive by our yard all the time to see what kooky, “cool” new project I’ve embarked upon. “Wait until next year!” I tell them, “The edible ornamentals and landscaping have only just begun. Next year is medicinal herb year, as well as the edible front yard.” πŸ˜‰

Anyway, I work in concert with Nature Spirits, as I’ve shared many times before regarding effective protection from storms and answered requests for rain. What I haven’t shared is what I’ve come to recognize as the “Faery Referral Network,” which just cracks me up! In case it’s not obvious, I spend a lot of time gardening and cooking up Earth-friendly projects in larger Goshen. My current volunteer work is off the hook and actually more intense than my work life, which, by contrast feels quite easy. No back-breaking labor, no exposure to fluorescent lights, no need to transport myself somewhere for a meeting. Sure, I travel multi-dimensionally in my mind to read energy and share intuitive and healing insights, but in terms of physical effort, it’s far less taxing.

Nonetheless, my agreement with the Faery Realm when all of this started was that if I gave this much attention to the Earth, then they needed to manage any advertising or promotion efforts for my business. Though very specialized in skill, my paid work is what permits me the flexibility to offer all this gardening and community service where I live. I really hate marketing. It’s just not something I enjoy at all, so I turned it over to the faeries in exchange for devoted 3D side Earth healing and Faery Realm Awareness information on my blog.

Can I just say that they continually come through? I have many clients with whom I have worked off and on during my 12 years as a Medical Intuitive and Intuitive Reader and 7 years as a Life Coach. They generate referrals, too, but ever since I made this deal with the Faery Realm, I’ve been receiving a different sort of referral. People contact me for all manner of readings not because they’ve heard about Medical Intuitive Sessions or because they know someone who had a session with me. Not because they’ve read a Lyme Disease or Past Life article. Nope! I know it’s a Faery Referral Network when someone contacts me out of the blue and says they don’t even know what kind of session they want to have with me, but they love my “garden adventures” and “stories about the Nature Spirits.” At first, it kind of caught me off guard, but now it happens so regularly that it just feels natural. And so it is … because life does work that way. When we devote ourselves to a greater cause, life supports us.

I have also come to recognize that the Faery Rule, “A person’s word is bond,” really does hold true. I feel deeply connected with my friends from other realms, and time and time again, an over the top synchronicity occurs right after I’ve requested help in making a connection or finding the right supplies or support for our yard. Doors keep opening in amazing ways, even more so than my already magickal life before we moved to Goshen.

And so, I’d just like to express my gratitude to the entire Faery Realm, the Nature Spirits, Elementals, Devas, and the Tree People. I thank you with actions and offerings beyond my words. May we all continue to work together to heal this precious planet and to help those who have forgotten their connection to Mother Earth reclaim their inheritance. May we all be free under Natural Law.

Blessed Be and Blessings Share …

Faery stones

Enough Already!

Don't Piss Off the Fairies

Hint: the following meme does. The entire Faery Realm reiterates — again — “We have nothing to do with any of this!” Fairy tales and myths do not mean “un-Truth.” On the contrary, fairy tales and myths represent some of the greatest repositories of Ancient Wisdom remaining in our culture. This meme has grown beyond tiresome and is yet another symptom of a culture so diluted and deluded that up is down and in is out. The fact that people believe in the US economy and Obamacare but not in fairy tales or myths speaks volumes. And those volumes do not contain many compliments.

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“‘Fairy Tale’ Continues as Obama Proposes Extralegal Obamacare Fix”

“Liberals in state of shock as they realize free health care was another Obama fairy tale.”

“Kathleen Sebilius is on a bad acid trip: Healthcare.gov will be repaired by magical elves and Gandalf the Wizard (satire)”


Nat Hentoff: Fracture Fairy Tales about Health Care”

Ross Douthat’s Right-Wing Fairy Tale: What the New York Times Columnist Misses about Obamacare”

“Photo Caption Contest Winner: Is It Fairy Tale Time at the White House?”


“RUSH: ‘ObamaCare’ fix is a fairy tale”

“‘It’s going to be just like Christmas.’ And other fairy tales.”

“Take My Coverage — PLEASE! An Obamacare Fairy Tale”

And many, many more where those headlines came from…

If that’s what this culture thinks of fairy tales and the Faery Realm, no wonder we’ve got issues! I’m reposting my intro to an article that explores Icelanders’ very common belief in elves. I always lose a few subscribers when I post about the Faery Realm, but before anyone considers Icelanders (or me) crazy for believing in elves, consider this:

Instead of bailing out the very banksters who orchestrated the 2008 housing crisis, Icelanders dismantled their corrupt government and arrested the Rothschild bankers. They refused to pay debt from banksters’ reckless risk taking. In the US, by contrast, we bailed out the gangster-banksters, allowed them to Pass Go and collect huge multi-million dollar bonuses, and then … when we learned they were rigging rates and laundering drug money, our “sane” culture decided that banks were “too big to fail and too big to jail.”

In contrast to the exponentially increasing assault on the US Constitution and Bill of Rights, and the decreasing freedom of the press in the US, look what Icelanders did:

“Interpol, meanwhile, had issued an international arrest warrant against Sigurdur Einarsson, former president of one of the banks. This situation led scared bankers and executives to leave the country en masse.

“In this context of crisis, an assembly was elected to draft a new constitution that would reflect the lessons learned and replace the current one, inspired by the Danish constitution.

“To do this, instead of calling experts and politicians, Iceland decided to appeal directly to the people, after all they have sovereign power over the law. More than 500 Icelanders presented themselves as candidates to participate in this exercise in direct democracy and write a new constitution. 25 of them, without party affiliations, including lawyers, students, journalists, farmers and trade union representatives were elected.

“Among other developments, this constitution will call for the protection, like no other, of freedom of information and expression in the so-called Icelandic Modern Media Initiative, in a bill that aims to make the country a safe haven for investigative journalism and freedom of information, where sources, journalists and Internet providers that host news reporting are protected.

“The people, for once, will decide the future of the country while bankers and politicians witness the transformation of a nation from the sidelines.” (source)

Soooo, when you ponder elves and the Faery Realm and feel tempted to consider believers a little kooky or crazy, consider what passes for “normal” and “sane” in this world. Personally, I’ll continue to work with the Faery Realm. I’ll choose a reverence for Nature over drones any day. The Faery Rule, “Respect, not Control” works for me, and imho, lands with higher belief in Nature Spirits and the Faery Realm produce saner policies and superior results!

Hungary — another country with high belief in faeries, magick and the Unseen World — has also had recent success kicking out and banning Monsanto, the IMF and Rothschild banksters.

See also faery-friendly Ireland calling out war criminals and hypocrites.

“We call them faerie. We don’t believe in them. Our loss.” ~Charles de Lint

“The fairies went from the world, dear,
Because men’s hearts grew cold:
And only the eyes of children see
What is hidden from the old…”

~Kathleen Foyle

“It had to do with the knowledge that the world was as it was because of what men believed it was… year by year, these past three or four generations, the minds of men had been hardened to believing that there was one God, one world, one way of describing reality, and that all things which intruded on the realm of that great one-ness must be evil and of the fiends [or ridiculous], and that the sound of the bells and the shadow of their holy places [or war drums and news propaganda] would keep the evil afar. And as more and more people believed this, it was so, and Avalon no more than a dream adrift in an almost inaccessible other world.” ~Marion Zimmer Bradley, “The Mists of Avalon”

A Message from the Faeries

I was asked to relay the following:

It has come to the attention of the Faery Realm that we are being unfairly and inaccurately linked to the implementation of Obamacare, the ability of politicians to crunch numbers — indeed, how absolutely barbaric (numbers are sacred, not some crispy, genetically modified snack to further manipulate!) — and to all manner of unlikely promises and claims flowing from the White House. Along with “elves,” “Gandalf,” “fairy tales” and “myths,” we faeries (also known as the Disney-fied spelling of “fairies”) and the elementals (though unmentioned by your journalists), would like to go on record that we have absolutely nothing to do with any such ridiculous things. The entire Faery Realm is peeved, quite peeved, and (in some cases) downright ornery, about such accusations.

Firstly, “fairy tales” and “myths” are not synonymous with un-Truth. On the contrary, fairy tales and myths represent some of the deepest and truest repositories of Ancient Wisdom. Furthermore, faeries, though tricky, do not lie. “A Person’s Word is Bond” is one of our three main Faery Rules, and — unlike humans — faeries actually enforce that Rule. When someone falsely gives his or her word, the Fae take action. Liars and thieves feel consequences when dealing with the Faery Realm. Better never to encounter a faery than to lie, steal from or otherwise abuse one. We hope you can see just how far apart we stand, fly and swim — dimensions apart — from anything associated with promising one thing and substituting something inferior or malicious.

Furthermore, anyone who tries to pull the old switcheroo on us, should prepare themselves for Faery Mischief. Though not evil, we can be quite maddening. The worse the offense, the greater the leaks, mishaps and humiliations become. “A Person’s Word is Bond,” we say, “so you can count on more where those came from. Much more. We enjoy showing arrogant humans how foolish they are and dropping the veils of poor imitation Faery Glamour. Moreover, woe to humans who promised to help the Earth then fracked the hell out of Her. Pusillanimous poppycocks! She is a living, breathing Being. We will not allow you to kill her. Better never to speak than to vow to protect your Mother only to invite corporate thugs to ravage her. You disgust us.”

Secondly, the next Faery Rule is “Respect, Not Control.” How anyone can confuse this Rule with Obamacare, the monopoly money debt slavery system, and all those ridiculous letters like NDAA, NSA, TSA, CIA, DHS, IRS, FDA, overseen by “czars,” truly strains credulity. The fact that you humans believe in your monetary system but not the Faery Realm would send us into giggle fits if it weren’t so sad. Do you not realize that Iceland and Ireland, two lands with the deepest connection between humans, elves and faeries, have done more to address the root cause of your “banking crises” than any of the so-called leader nations who think myth and fairy tales mean lies? You would do well to respect yourselves and to conduct yourselves in a manner that warrants respect. Those who vie to control others through psychiatric potions, word spells, torture and abuse would do well to honor this sage advice: “Don’t piss off the faeries.”

Those who are actually fighting for the same freedoms and healthy food, water and ecosystems that we support would do well to stop insulting us. You don’t need to join us, but we do suggest you respect us. You mock what you do not understand. We could help you, but some of us have thin wings and long fingers. We might pinch you if you keep slandering and attacking us without provocation. What have we ever done to deserve such mockery? It’s not your fault that those who dominate and control you minimized the records of our capabilities through mind-control efforts of Disney and centuries of persecution, but please don’t mock. Unlike most of you humans, we are acutely in touch with our emotions. It’s part of our charm, in all senses of that word. We cannot be held responsible for consequences that occur as a result of abusing our charms.

We can help you. Some of us are warriors. We have no interest in controlling you. We honor liberty. After all, we do like bells. Blue bells especially. We offer our assistance to those who honor the Ancient Ones and Natural Law. Keep in mind that the Wee Folk are not so little. Nor have we lost our self-respect. We know when and how to fight, and we follow through. How many of you scoffers can say the same? How many of you warriors couldn’t benefit from some extra-dimensional power and Glamour? Think wisely before rejecting kind offers from your Unseen Allies. As one of our human incarnations has been known to say, “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.”

Which brings us to the third Faery Rule: “No Rudeness.” Again, we find it unbelievable — nay, less believable than some of you find the prospect of our existence — unbelievable that you would conflate the rabid words and libel of your politicians with our noble Realm. Rudeness extends beyond not being polite, although as we explained above, many of you have not been polite to us. We can forgive your prior ignore-ance, but now you have been warned. Continued mockery will be taken as intentional rudeness.

Please bear in mind that rudeness also involves degrees of crassness, a lack of refinement, and a certain indescribable yet palpable ugliness, which offends those who honor and cultivate natural beauty, order and harmony. Your political stage is so far from even a poor imitation of natural beauty, order and harmony as to be mutually exclusive. Kindly refrain from sullying the Faery Realm, our inhabitants and visitors, as well as any of our literary and sacred treasures with the intolerable rudeness of your dimension.

Some of us would like to support a shift of your collective reality into one that more aligns with ours. We believe most of you would find life much more pleasant, elegant, enjoyable, fun and free. You would also feel dazzled by the natural beauty and refinement, and you would love our feasts! Not all of us wish to invite your messy boots into our world, but we will permit the intrusion and help to blend our respective (ahem!) worlds if you learn to follow three simple Rules. Please, if you would like to partner with us, you must remember:

A Person’s Word Is Bond
Respect, Not Control
No Rudeness

You have been contacted, warned and offered a choice. Please consider well, and choose wisely. The future of both of our dimensions may depend upon your choice. Blessed Be.

Gnome Magick and Sync-Winks

As anyone following my gardening and wild yard adventures knows, I’ve engaged the Faery Realm, the Elementals and Nature Spirits to help with the sometimes overwhelming task of turning a crazy mess into a beautiful, productive, human-faery-animal-plant kingdom harmonized, permaculture food forest. For the most part, we all get along, and I’ve been very grateful to them for their help.

Every once in awhile, I do run into trouble with what I’ll just call “the Faery Realm” for simplicity’s sake. Some beings really don’t like humans, even the ones who make every effort to honor Nature. They view humans (and rightly so) as destructive parasites who rape, pillage and pollute Mother Earth at the expense of not only our own realm, but theirs as well. I get that. But

I do find myself telepathically explaining that this process will take some linear time in the Human Realm. Although I routinely find myself with instant and near-instant manifestations, I haven’t found that “presto permaculture!” button for the yard. For this first year, it might seem like I’m chopping down, mulching out and imposing order far more than living and let live.

Faeries don’t like weed whackers. As in really, really, really despise them. I know this, and I give fair warning, also reminding them to keep dandelions out of the visible front yard if they don’t want me weed whacking so often. (And they have! Daily has now turned into weekly.) The yard is simply too large and wild for me to hand pick every dandelion puff ball, random cottonwood volunteer, and downright scary, unidentified monster weeds, let alone the poison ivy around the yard’s perimeters. Again, I get it. After having a completely wild, overgrown human eyesore/faery haven chopped down with the house and lot remodel before we rented this place, some of these beings remain a little p.o’d with any human intervention.

Lately, I’ve been chopping down thistles, and owwww have I ever been getting the message to stop that! The other night, I was inside, washing some dishes when all of a sudden, in my mind’s eye, I saw this little being, not more than 4-6 inches tall, grab my pointer finger with his hands, swing from it and take a bite out of my finger before he jumped away! That hurt as much as a two-year-old human’s bite, and here’s the weird thing: I actually had two little teeth marks on my finger for about an hour. I recognized it as a mischievous, bratty little Faery Realm nip, not unlike when I got hit by a stick — it literally rose up, pulled back, and whacked me, directed by an unseen hand — after I mentally told beings in the Pennsylvania woods that I was done picking up trash. I still have a bruise on my thigh from April.

All of which is to say that when you work with the Faery Realm, it’s not all fluff bunnies and cotton candy. They take the Faery Rule seriously: “A person’s word is bond,” and if you appear to be breaking your promise to them, watch out. They expect honorable actions and respect. In fact, another Faery Rule is “Respect, not control,” and that’s one fine line I continually straddle during the transformation of this yard. Patience is not a faery virtue. LOL, not that I’d know anything about that either! πŸ˜‰

For the most part, though, we all work in harmony. I’ve had more and more permaculture people over to our home, and they love my vision for this yard. I don’t tell all of them about my work with the Otherworld, but those who come inside our little Faery Cottage get greeted by two gnomes on the front porch:

"Roger the Blue" and "Alfred the Red" (not their real names, which all Elementals keep to themselves)

“Roger the Blue” and “Alfred the Red” (not their real names, which all Elementals keep to themselves)

Hiding in another corner near the stairwell are “Alphonse” and his formidable hat, “Ferdinand”:

Alphonse and Ferdinand

Yes, they’re statues, but I’ve long noticed that faeries and gnomes gravitate towards images of themselves. In fact, our garden gnomes used to talk to our friend Rainbow whenever she watered our Madison garden if we were out of town. Rainbow’s daughter, Iris, sees faeries and would “know” if anyone added a faery statue to their yard on the entire block! One time, she insisted on going outside and to the neighbor’s yard, only to have Rainbow discover that the homeowners were right then putting out some faery statues. Iris could not have seen that from inside their home, but she knew. When Rainbow and Iris stayed with us last October, Iris and I would routinely sense the same influences and visitors at the same time.

Anyway, last week, I had a mini Transition Goshen meeting at our home, including one member’s very little boy. Arthur took a real shine to “Alphonse” and “Ferdinand,” since they were approximately the same size! Arthur also embarrassed his dad by yelling, “Num, num! Chips!” and pointing to the exact cupboard where David had just that morning put some newly purchased organic corn tortilla chips. I’m not sure if my revelation of that fact helped matters or not, but I’m telling you, little kids are way more aware than most people think.

So here we all were, talking about serious strategies to bridge cultural gaps in our community and to find ways to spread awareness of the many food resources available to lower income families besides food stamps or Social Security. We came up with some exciting ideas and agreed to touch base in a little while. Yesterday, while at the Farmers Market, I saw one of the women who joined in the meeting. I walked over to say hi to her at her homemade soap booth and noticed that she had a natural mosquito repellant balm in answer to my previous night’s lakeside request to stop the devouring of me! There it was, gnome and all:

"Gnome More Skeeters" from http://soapygnome.com

“Gnome More Skeeters” from http://soapygnome.com

Thanks for the answered demand prayer, you little Earth Elementals! An even more immediate response surprised me, since I had just washed my hair before going to the market, only to find that my new conditioner had left an icky film on my hair. Not cool! I only wash my hair a couple times per week. That kind of instant grease would seriously crimp my lazy style. I glanced at the table again and saw that she had “Shampoo Bars.” She assured me they work very well for dry hair and require no conditioner. I had just picked up a regular bar when she said, “You might want to check out the Gnome Shampoo Bars, since I noticed in your home and garden that you like gnomes.” Sure enough, look at this cute little guy:

Gnome Shampoo Bar from http://soapygnome.com

Gnome Shampoo Bar from http://soapygnome.com

(I haven’t tried the shampoo bar yet, but I can vouch for the Gnome More Skeeters. We walked by the Mill Race last night and I only got bit once, in a spot I hadn’t put any balm. That’s about a 20 bite reduction from the previous night’s near water adventure.)

I’ve also had some other little Sync(hronous) Winks in the vein of “ask and you shall receive.” In my negotiations with the unhappy, impatient members of the Faery Realm yard brigade, I’ve repeatedly mentioned, “Look, I will plant trees. It’s not all about cutting down the regrowth from stumps. If you want trees now, then get them now. They need to be fruit or nut trees, but I’m also open to holly, hawthorn and rose bushes.” I went to my favorite farmer’s booth — the guy who gave me three nettle plants and from whom I buy more unusual items like daikon radishes and burdock root. He had some unusual looking plants in red cups. “What are these, I asked? Apricot trees?” “Close!” he said, “They’re persimmon trees.” I asked if they were for sale and he informed me they were a special order from a customer who had yet to show up. I expressed interest and he left multiple messages with that customer, who continued to be a no-answer, no-show. Guess who walked away with three persimmon trees to love and eventually plant?

Three very small persimmon tree starts

Three very small persimmon tree starts

See? Even the more mischievous, biting, smacking, poking faeries can help when treated with respect!

Last week, I am sad to report, I accidentally weed whacked one of my goji berry bushes into oblivion. 😦 It was the weaker of the two, but I still felt really bad. Not only will I have less than my intended two bushes, but I felt a little alarmed that I could be so reckless with the weed whacker. Yes, I’m paying attention now to why the Faery Realm really despises the weed whacker. Yesterday, I asked for some extra protection around my remaining goji berry bush, which is so tiny that you can’t even really notice it amidst the neighboring dandelions yet. It will eventually be 7 feet tall and equally wide, but for now, it’s a little guy, who just lost his companion. I mentally requested extra protection for this plant from rabbits nibbling on its leaves and especially from yours truly. Again, ask and you shall receive. I awoke this morning to find an obvious sign of faery protection!

Faery Ring Around the Goji Bush

Faery Ring Around the Goji Bush

And this completes today’s installment of how gnomes, faeries and Nature Spirits, when treated with love and respect, reveal themselves in the garden, home and outer world. Kooky? Yes, absolutely! But they do leave their marks for those with eyes to see.

Gratitude for the Nature Spirits

I’m not sure how many people know this, but yesterday, Goshen, Indiana was right in line for the most severe weather predictions — another “derecho storm” with winds 58-100 mph, along with tornadoes, flooding and giant hail. I felt the energies all day, having been in a tornado in Kansas back in the mid-90’s. There’s a curious feeling that happens before tornadoes, something I have only felt a handful of times, always when tornadoes approached. In any case, I felt it yesterday, and when I saw the weather forecast, I got to praying and Rune-ing protection Runes around Goshen, our house, yard and David’s parents’ home.

I also walked around the yard as the storm approached last night, harvested a bunch of greens, put pots of yet to be transplanted plants onto our enclosed front porch, and had a little chat with the Nature Spirits asking them to disband the storm as they’ve done in the past. (They’ve also been great at bringing strongly requested rain “out of nowhere” during a drought.) Anyway, I had some chats with the Guardians of our Land, put an energetic container on the giant pile of mulch by David’s car, and went inside.

Well, all we got was a lot of rain (but no flooding) and some mild thunderstorms! It was like the derecho and tornadoes that had been making a beeline for us just evaporated. This morning, I looked outside, and the garden has grown exponentially overnight. Between the compost, coffee grounds, Nature Spirit protection and all that rain, things are looking much happier. No additional slug damage, either.

I also had a friend over yesterday who completely loved up our yard. That may have helped, since the garden does seem to grow extra well when someone comes in and expresses interest in all the Mad Scientist Gardening experiments. It’s like the plants puff themselves up with pride and want to perform even better. Today, I’ve got some other Transition Goshen folks coming over for a meeting and a peek at the wild abundance.

Sooo, as a thank you to my garden, the yard, the Nature Spirits and all the almost in bloom wildflowers, here are some photos:

The "Bed Bed" with new chard, watercress, tomato, basils, onions and sea kale.

The “Bed Bed” with new chard, watercress, tomato, basils, onions and sea kale.

Just some of our squash, melons and cukes. We will be trellising those to make green walls in various parts of the yard. Also you can see grape vines to the left.

Just some of our squash, melons and cukes. We will be trellising those to make green walls in various parts of the yard. Also you can see grape vines to the left.

More InstBeds, with kale, chard, oregano, peppers, Turkish rocket, parsley, naturtiums and even some recovering zinnias

More InstBeds, with kale, chard, oregano, peppers, Turkish rocket, parsley, naturtiums and even some recovering zinnias

Tree collards, cilantro, tomato, jalapeno peppers, sage, arugula, stevia and more

Tree collards, cilantro, tomato, jalapeno peppers, sage, arugula, stevia and more

Leeks, chives, peppers, kale, ruby chard, parsley, watercress and a lone nasturtium

Leeks, chives, peppers, kale, ruby chard, parsley, watercress and a lone nasturtium

In other parts of the yard, we’ve now got watermelon growing, Boston Marrow Squash, cantaloupe, lovage, and various spots of volunteer grapes. Things are coming along, and the daisies and coneflowers look ready to pop into exuberance any day now. Cheers and thanks!

Shifting Perspective ~ Nature Spirits and Earth Healing

After all the Monsanto news the past few days, I wanted to share this incredible video of Nature photos, mirrored. Nothing’s added to the photos, but when you see them mirrored, you can easily see the unseen beings and energies already there. I’m posting this as a reminder that a large part of Human Evolution includes learning to see in new ways. As we welcome in new ways of seeing, we invoke beings and energies already present and eager to heal this planet. Please remember this.

Re-member. We can do this if we join forces. We can heal this planet if we develop communities — local, global, seen and unseen — with common visions and missions to heal our world. Yes, the Shadows have begun to come out of hiding, and they are hideously deformed abominations. Vandana Shiva recently joked (but not really joking) that GMO means, “God, move over.”

Nature has its own wisdom and perfection. When we view things through the mirror, sometimes we see them more clearly — both metaphorically and in actual visual experience. I share this video in hopes that the mirrors and music trigger a remembrance and reconnection with God’s perfect Creation and all the Nature Spirits, natural creatures and Mother Gaia.

β€œThere are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.” ~Edith Wharton

Ready, set, and through the looking glass, we go!

Spirits in Nature — Gateways to the Sacred

I just found this youtube video today and thought I’d share. It covers faeries, quantum physics, quarks, ancient cultures and the history of humans as “coming from the stars” whereas faeries come from the Earth.

“The Realm of Faerie exists in myths and legends around the world. Who are the Faeries? Where did they come from? NOW ON DVD Full Version 168 mins. on 2-DVDs. Cat. #U695. Go to http://www.UFOTV.com.

“A mystical journey for all ages, this documentary film explores all we know, both scientific and mythological about Faeries and in the process shows us Spirits in nature and the value of seeing with our imagination – and gives us permission to believe what we see. The 2-DVD Set is LOADED with Bonus Features including a BONUS FILM – How To Build A Faerie House: Step By Step”

Enjoy!