I view it as “Source” of which we are all a divine segment of … We ourselves are Creator Beings …. so I guess maybe when someone says, “give it to god”, this means, give it to the Collective in the unseen who are able to dispel it better than we, as they are at a higher vibrational level, with ‘other’ skills.
My Tarot Card Name is Queen of the Mountain, and as a 13 year old I was visited in the astral by a male who stood atop the highest mountain, and he, without words, told me he was mine. I’ve always referred to him as King of the Mountain.
Renewal of Peace ~ It is important to maintain peace with all aspects of your life, mental, emotional, physical and spiritual. Inner imbalances can often manifest in your daily life if you don’t make time to take care of yourself. It doesn’t matter whether or not your imbalance is a negative one. Wing optimistic to the point of believing yourself to be invincible can also lead to challenges. Balance is best achieved through listening to your body. Take time for yourself. Allow your inner power to heal and return to being peace-filled. This will assist you and make you stronger.
Clear Out the Old ~ Whatever you are experiencing now is a creation that you have brought into existence from past thoughts and feelings. While in this moment it may have you caught up, you can let go and begin to dream of a new reality. Let go of the aspects of this creation that no longer serve you or have purpose. Release also any material possessions that do not serve the new dream you now want to create. Know that where you are now, you can create anew and begin again.
Love Matters ~ The way you handle things is important. There will always be many challenges and life lessons as that is part of this experience. Choose the learn from your encounters. Get your heart ready to receive and allow for the various emotions you may be feeling. Consider what makes you happy. It is time for you to allow yourself a day of enjoyment. Love who you are and be willing to give and receive love unconditionally.
Heighten Your Vitality ~ Tap into the depths of your being and draw on your personal power. If you feel like your energy is low, infuse your mind with the warmth of sunlight and visualize this light bringing new energy into you. You have energetic reserves to draw on. Allow this energy boost to flow through you. Connect with others or do something you love to continue creating the change you need. Spend time with a friend. Smile, laugh and share human touch.
Trust Your Own Understanding ~ The information you are reviving is reliable and accurate. Look deeply into the situation before making any commitments. You have the foresight and ability to discern that there is more here than meets the eye. Everything will be revealed in the appropriate time. Don’t feel the need to prove yourself. Be patient and allow things to unfold as they will. Trust in your own observations and knowledge – they hold your truth.
From the deck Nature’s Whispers Oracle Cards created by Angela Hartfield and Josephine Wall
During the last three years, an unprecedented acceleration in mass awakening was witnessed all over planet earth. There are things that cannot be undone. As a race, you have tapped into uncharted territory. You were forced to overthink your belief-systems, thoughts, and ultimately, your reality. You were forced out of your comfort zone and have grown massively since.
We salute your courage. We honor your free choice to evolve and establish peace, unity consciousness, and liberty on your planet.
Some of you started this process within the last few years and there are others among you who have been on this journey for decades. Finally, you all know that you are not alone. But indeed, you have woken up in vast numbers and now you clearly see that you all amount into an army for Source.
Those of you who have been on this journey for a very long time see the significance within this knowing. In recent years your life might have been quite lonely but now a whole new world of endless possibilities in form of human connection has opened up.
You are not alone.
You are many.
You have been ridiculed, dismissed, and treated like a lunatic. And there are millions if not hundreds of millions of you around the world.
Now that you have learned about your abilities and possibilities and know that there is a vast number of your kind out there you must not lose faith.
When you hear people speak of trusting the plan we would like to once again stress the fact that there is indeed a plan being played out. This, however, is not a worldly plan. It’s not political nor created by the military.
But the plan we speak of is the divine plan. Made by the most powerful beings in the universe. It’s the ascension of Gaia.
The goddess is rising. She is the goddess of ALL creation. Neither does she ask for anything nor does she need anyone.
This is why nothing can stop what’s coming.
This is why it’s going to be biblical.
As the goddess rises we too have the opportunity to evolve and rise with her. The forces of evil do not have this ability. They are fourth-dimensional beings -for them, it’s game over.
There’s absolutely nothing to worry about. Allow 3D to finish it’s last acts of desperation as it is crumbling.
You are beings of incredible power and you will soon remember your own divinity.
As you continue to raise your consciousness unconditionally, you will witness a heightened evolution in all human consciousness that will ultimately lead to its full manifestation which marks the total dissolution of the illusion of the 3D power struggle construct.
Be in this world not of it.
Hold the light, dear humans. This is the ride of your lifetime.
We love you. We are here with you. We are your family of light.
Let me please also be VERY CLEAR and straight – There WILL BE MILLIONS who don’t want to see or want to go with Ascension. They are programmed so deeply the one way or “hold the hell so tightly” that they will not take this path. And this can be neighbours, friends, lovers, family members and others. This is for me the “heartbreak” here.
But all of this will not happen tomorrow – we still have a short time where we can try to wake up people.
A wise woman who was traveling in the mountains found a precious stone in a stream. The next day she met another traveler who was hungry, and the wise woman opened her bag to share her food.
The hungry traveler saw the precious stone and asked the woman to give it to him. She did so without hesitation. The traveler left, rejoicing in his good fortune. He knew the stone was worth enough to give him security for a lifetime. But a few days later he came back to return the stone to the wise woman.
“I’ve been thinking,” he said, “I know how valuable the stone is, but I give it back in the hope that you can give me something even more precious. Please give me what you have within you that enabled you to give me the stone.”
Some will say there is no God, try and tell that to the elephants…..
THE ELEPHANTS’ JOURNEY TO PAY RESPECT, BUT HOW DID THEY KNOW?
Lawrence Anthony, a legend in South Africa and author of 3 books including the bestseller, The Elephant Whisperer.
He bravely rescued wildlife and rehabilitated elephants all over the globe from human atrocities, including the courageous rescue of Baghdad Zoo animals during US invasion in 2003.
On March 7, 2012 Lawrence Anthony died. He is remembered and missed by his wife, 2 sons, 2 grandsons, and numerous elephants. Two days after his passing, the wild elephants showed up at his home led by two large matriarchs. Separate wild herds arrived in droves to say goodbye to their beloved ‘man-friend’. A total of 31 elephants had patiently walked over 12 miles to get to his South African House.
Witnessing this spectacle, humans were obviously in awe not only because of the supreme intelligence and precise timing that these elephants sensed about Lawrence’s passing, but also because of the profound memory and emotion the beloved animals evoked in such an organized way: Walking slowly, for days, making their way in a solemn one-by-one queue from their habitat to his house. Lawrence ‘s wife, Francoise, was especially touched, knowing that the elephants had not been to his house prior to that day for well over 3 years! But yet they knew where they were going. The elephants obviously wanted to pay their deep respects, honoring their friend who’d saved their lives – so much respect that they stayed for 2 days 2 nights without eating anything. Then one morning, they left, making their long journey back home.
SOMETHING IN THE UNIVERSE IS GREATER AND DEEPER THAN HUMAN INTELLIGENCE.
In the old Grass Dance Society of the Dakota, two men held the office of Whistle Owners. These ofﬁcers kept the Singers under their control. The whistle was their badge of ofﬁce. The whistles were ﬂute-like instruments, about thirty inches long, with the outer end carved to represent a crane with an open beak. The use of the word “reed” in the term for whistle shows an ancient origin for the instrument, as the earliest museum pieces are made out of wood. Since reeds grew in water, they were associated with the Water Spirit.
The species of wood used in the later construction of these whistles was cedar. This wood was chosen because lightning from the Thunders was said to never strike this tree; therefore, if a whistle was not constructed of cedar, the Whistle Owner would be in grave danger.
The whistles were originally blown as part of an ancient rain ceremony. When the Whistle Owners sounded their whistles in the Grass Dance, they were attracting the Thunders—the patron of the society, to their ceremonial dance.
The adversaries of the Thunders are the Water Spirits, whose voice is a whistling sound, as loud as a train whistle. By blowing the wooden whistles, they were fooling the Thunders into producing the desired rain and attacking the Water Spirit in a storm. The whistles were never used during the winter as it would bring on a hail or snow storm.
Control of the Singers
Each member of the Grass Dance Society had a designated seating location deﬁned by their rank, or the duty they were to perform. The Whistle Owners sat on each side of the drum, which was located in the northeast section of the dancing area. They were given supervisory control of the Singers; their function was to keep the Singers performing to the best of their abilities. As was the requirement of old, all of the ofﬁcers in the society were required to donate to the poor at a designated time in the dance.
If the Singers sang a pleasing song, the Whistle Owners blew their whistles over the drum just as the Singers were ending their song; this action signaled the Head Singer to start another verse. The tune of the whistle was a long, drawn-out sound which required full lung power until the breath expired. This was a request to the Singers to repeat their pleasing song.
They could only blow four times to make the Singers sing that number of verses. Furthermore, they could only blow their whistles for eight different songs, four for each Whistle Owner, so as not to tire the Singers during a dance. If there was more than one drum present, the Whistle Owners only blew over their own drum. They could blow once or twice or more, as they chose.
If the Whistle Owners blew their whistles late, that is, after the song leader had started the lead line, then the Whistle Owners would be ﬁned by the Singers. If in their enthusiasm the Whistle Owner lost count and blew his whistle ﬁve times, the Singers immediately would stop singing and call the Announcer to the drum; he in turn would call the Whip Owners to bring the offending Whistle Owner before the Leaders to be heavily ﬁned (usually the giving up of a horse).
On the other hand, if the Singers placed a “tail” on the song after the fourth whistle blow, this was considered a mistake and the Singers were ﬁned. If the Singers continued to sing after the fifth blow, or sang another verse without the whistle being blown, then the Singers were ﬁned.
If the Singers were sluggish in their performance, or made a mistake in their drumming or singing, the Whistle Owners made them sing until they corrected their mistake. The Singers would then be ﬁned. Thus, there was a balance of power between the Singers and the Whistle Owners.
The drum could never be left alone. When not in use, it was taken from its stand, turned on its side and covered up. The Drum Keeper/Leader must attend to this. If the Whistle Owners discovered that the drum was not on its side, or that the Drum Keeper was not watching it, the Whistle Owners would blow over the drum and capture it as though it were an enemy warrior.
The Singers then had to pay a heavy ﬁne to ransom their drum. ln extreme cases the drum was kept until the next dance and then returned if a sufﬁcient number of gifts were donated.
Another punishment used by the Whistle Owners was to have the Announcer inform the members that they were going to “Charge the Drum.” By this announcement the Whistle Owners would try to place a whistle on the drumhead, thus defeating the Singers.
The Singers could stop the charge by immediately changing the song as soon as the charge was detected, thereby saving themselves from being ﬁned. As soon as the announcement was made, the Singers chose one of their number to watch the Whistle Owners as they danced about.
This selected Singer had to keep another song in his mind, and be ready to start, as the “charge” could occur at anytime before the conclusion of the dance. If the chosen Singer became distracted, or “lost” the song, one of the Whistle Owners charged over to the drum and touched the drumhead with his whistle. The Singers then had to pay a ﬁne. If a selected Singer was on guard, and detected the “charge,” he could start a different tune, and thus save the drum from a fine or confiscation. These “games” were intended to cause the members to practice the watchfulness and cunning required of warriors.
The common imposition of ﬁnes in the Grass Dance Society was with a view toward promoting generosity. If the Singers had no way of paying a ﬁne, the Whistle Man put his whistle on the drumhead. The Singers could not sing while the whistle was on the drum. This rule was enacted on occasion during the Great Depression of the 1930s when funds were in short supply. In better times the Singers’ relatives paid the ﬁne and the singing was allowed to continue.
My informants said that the ofﬁce of Whistle Owner fell out of use nearly a century ago. They could not remember anyone who had held the office. Kenny Merrick, Sr. told me that he was given the society whistle by Frank Bullhead, who was the Whistle Man on the Standing Rock Reservation. This whistle has now been passed to Kenny’s son, who lives in a distant state. Sanders Bearstail, Jr. was the Whistle Owner for the Antelope (Grass Dance) Society on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation for many years until he passed away; I do not know who has taken his place. No prominent ofﬁcer in the Grass Dance can be self appointed. Presently, one must be sanctioned ofﬁcially to be viewed as an officer by his tribe, or as the elders told me, these people would be considered as “playing Indian.”
Today, the Whistle Man, as he is called today, usually pays for his office by dropping money on a drumhead as he is ﬁnishing his fourth and ﬁnal charge. This payment also demonstrates his appreciation for the Singers’ performance. Singers are no longer “punished.”