Mists, Similar Energy to Orbs (Oct 2005)

With so much feedback about last month’s orb photo and article, I have decided to do a part two… The mists in this front cover photo are similar to those in several other photographs I have seen taken by different photographers. Perhaps the mist energy is our ancestors in the angelic realm or our thoughts floating around us. If you have a personal story or image to share about this phenomenon please phone or email me, info on the left. This month’s front cover features Hope’s son, who is standing in the same energy spot as her lady friend in last month’s cover. On page 12, Hope’s husband Randy, shares his experience with the orbs.

I believe our ability to see more now than what we could a few years ago has to do with all the Earth changes. I resonate with Gregg Braden, a retired NASA aerospace and defense worker, who says he has scientific proof that the Earth’s iron core is slowing down its rotation. At the same time, there is an increase in the resonant frequency of the Earth called the Schumann Resonance. He says, “When the Earth’s core stops its rotation and the resonance frequency reaches 13 cycles, we will be at a zero point magnetic field. After two or three days, it will start turning in the opposite direction. This will produce a reversal in the magnetic fields around the Earth.”

The Schumann Resonance, or SR, is Earth’s background base frequency or ‘heartbeat,’ and it is rising dramatically. For decades the overall measurement was 7.8 cycles per second. This was once thought to be so constant that military communications were developed on this frequency. Recent reports now set the rate at almost eleven cycles and climbing, possibly due to increased solar flares, all kinds of electronic equipment and the warmer weather due to the melting of the ice caps. According to scientists, the magnetic field has lost more than half its intensity in the last 4,000 years, and some believe that another reversal is due as early as 2012 as predicted by the Essenes, Hopi, Mayans and Egyptians. If you would like more data on the Earth changes, just type in Schumann Resonance or GreggBraden.com and there is lots to read.

Most of us can feel the change, and I believe that we are entering a window of opportunity where our greatest challenge will be knowing that we have arrived at the crossroads of science and spirituality and recognizing that we are all one. Allah, the old Hebrew word for God means ‘The One and the All.’ We are all connected, yet each of us is unique and contributes to our wholeness and our polarity.

My Catholic upbringing would have had me believe that God was separate from me. One evening when I was about five years old, my Mother sent me upstairs to say my prayers and ask forgiveness so that I would not go to hell. I remember speaking directly to God and asking Him to prove His existence to me. My windows were open, and I asked God to make the curtains move if what my Mom said was true. They didn’t move so I didn’t believe her. My relationship with God has been one of knowing and expectation. If He wanted me to do something He was to ask or have an angel deliver a vibration.

I remember when I was living in Terrace and dark clouds started rolling in. I started crying, knowing I would not see the sun for many months, when a voice in the ceiling said, “Sell your house when it is worth $46,000. I cried for another five minutes, sobbing “I’ll be here forever.” At the time our house was worth $26,000.

Soon the eighties arrived with increasing real estate prices. A house down the street sold for $47,000. I put an ad in the paper and had twenty people call. An older man came back three times and finally asked, “If I pay cash can you move out in two weeks?” I nodded, shook his hand and started the process. My brother drove up with a large trailer and I shoved things into boxes. We were heading for sunshine and I was happy. My husband and I both found good jobs, our boys adapted to their schools and we settled into a new house. About six years later, I heard the voice again. My time as a lifeguard was complete, and I had other things to do. And if you have been reading Musings for a while, you may know the rest of the story.