Monday, February 13, 2012

The Masonic Program

As if we are following the timelines of ancient civilizations - we watch the upheavals in the Middle East, Egypt, and now the world turns its attention to Greece. What will happen next as history repeats itself? Rome? European continent? American continents? It's going to happen quickly now.

Greek bailout crisis: EU welcomes austerity vote   BBC - February 13, 2012

The European Commission has welcomed the Greek parliament's decision to approve new austerity measures. Economics commissioner Olli Rehn urged Greek officials to "take ownership" and fully implement the reforms, which include huge cuts to jobs and wages.

NYC happenings this week

Spring Fashion Week 2012 -- Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week

The NY Toy Fair at the Javits Center (Google News)

There are some outstanding looking dogs at the Westminster Dog Show at Madison Square Garden

Unexplained Noises

Those global unexplained noises are being heard more frequently and with greater intensity. Science or pseudoscience? Still can't pinpoint an explanation, but they mean something and are not just random noise or white noise. Still don't think this has to do with government experiments ... just the science project we call reality.


Do you feel more detached lately? It's not about events in the grids, nor personal paranormal experiences and synchronicities. It's a different consciousness experience. It's like everything is going on outside of you and has no bearing on the final outcome. We don't need natural disasters, wars, or anything else prophesied in end times for closure as those were wake-up messages. Go beyond to a place you can't envision from here but you sense is there.

Spirits and Grids

Sunday, an interesting thing happened while reading a client named Theresa, 31 from Brooklyn. She asked if her best friend, Noreen, had come to the reading, as she had died 10 years ago. No, I did not see Noreen but I would look for her in the grids. Then I saw something that was a first for me. As I tried to connect, I saw Noreen half in and half out of her part of the grids as if trying to come into our reality without success. I connected with her consciously and noted that from her perspective, she could see us as part of another grid matrix ... totally cool.

Noreen arrived and Ellie set out to get information from her, that I knew nothing about having to do with her life and times in this grid. The information just kept coming and was very interesting to say the least, though too personal to quote. After the reading, I noted that she returned to her part of the matrix with no problems. The consciousness hologram is collapsing. Tick tock ...

TV Shows

Lots of great new shows on TV now - many featuring music. The world has so much talent, how does one chose who is best?

In my neck of the woods ... Ancient Aliens returns this Friday, February 17th, on my birthday - Season 4 - "The Mayan Calendar Conspiracy". It airs the same time as "Fringe" which is a really cool show again - Peter and Olivia in any universe.

Alien Atoms

  Alien matter in the solar system: A galactic mismatch   PhysOrg - February 13, 2012

This just in: The Solar System is different from the space just outside it. Researchers announced the finding at a press conference on Jan. 31, 2012. It's based on data from NASA's IBEX spacecraft, which is able to sample material flowing into the solar system from interstellar space.

Musicians Born on February 13

February 13, 1950

Peter Gabriel

  Peter Gabriel Google Videos

Peter Gabriel is an award winning English

singer, musician and songwriter.

Genesis (band) -- Discography

Music being a living thing, has its own evolution.

Peter Gabriel Quotes 1

Peter Gabriel Quotes 2

Peter Gabriel Quotes 3

February 13, 1961

Henry Rollins

  Henry Rollins Google Videos

Henry Rollins is an American singer-songwriter, spoken

word artist, writer, comedian, publisher, actor, and radio DJ.

Here are six life lessons that we can all glean from Henry.

Henry Rollins Quotes 1

Henry Rollins Quotes 2

Henry Rollins Quotes 3

The Grammy Awards

As expected, the Grammy Awards were amazing - represented by younger generations and many in my age group - great trip down memory lane with Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney the Beach Boys and so many others. There was something for everyone.

Bravo to Grammy winner Adele -- Grammy glory for returning Adele.

Interesting were NY Giants' Mario Manningham and Victor Cruz who accompanied actress Pauley Perrette (NCIS), to present an award for the Best Rock Performance. Cruz did his cute little salsa dance on stage. As the nominees were announced - that same feeling came over me and I knew who won before they were announced - the winners had to be linked to the Giants of another timeline ... the Foo Fighters. You figure out the metaphors with this.

The energies of Whitney Houston permeated Staples Center - you didn't have to be psychic to feel her presence. I've watched a lot about the trials and tribulations of Whitney's life on the news this weekend and today. She was obviously bipolar - forever seeking help to create balance in her life. From prescription medication to drinking to alternative venues, it would seem Whitney - in the highs and lows of her personality disorder - just burned out. It is very sad as she was an amazing talent and one in a long line of performers who suffered (suffer) with the same afflictions, most hooked on meds. One has to wonder how other singers, with similar issues, are reacting to her death as it relates to their emotional problems. 2012 is very much about discovering mental illness and what one can do - or not do - about it.

August 9, 1963 - February 11, 2012

Whitney Houston

  Whitney Houston Google Videos

Discography -- Sparkle (2012 film) -- Filmography

Whitney Houston was an American singer, actress, producer, and model. In 2009, the Guinness World Records cited her as the most-awarded female act of all time. Her list of awards includes two Emmy Awards, six Grammy Awards, 30 Billboard Music Awards, 22 American Music Awards, among a total of 415 career awards as of 2010. Houston was also one of the world's best-selling music artists, having sold over 170 million albums, singles and videos worldwide.