One Year Later
On October 29, 2012, Hurricane Sandy left its mark on the grids, shifting consciousness among other more noticeable things. This week I've received invitations from clients and Facebook friends who lost their homes, neighborhoods, and more, and are gathering together one year later. There will be services and gatherings all along the east coast.
Hurricane Sandy - Ellie Reporting From Brooklyn, New York
In the background you see the Coney Island Parachute Jump.
Google commemorates world's first parachute jump with fun Doodle GameNBC - October 22, 2013
Google's Oct. 22 Doodle celebrates the first parachute jump, 216 years ago. Back on Oct. 22, 1797, a Frenchman called Andrew Garnerin became the first person known to jump with a parachute. Wouldn't he be proud to know his legacy is memorialized, 216 years later, by a keyboard-powered interactive Doodle from the world's largest search engine? There are about 15 words in there that Garnerin wouldn't even be able to comprehend, but why fight it? The two-key game is beautiful, if not quite as addictive as that darn pinata.
The Lion and the Little Girl Play in Time
Games and Scrying
A Massive Star in NGC 6357
A Massive Star in NGC 6357APOD - October 22, 2013
This is a great picture for scrying. It speaks to me of Native American connections with the Stars and Ancient Ancestors. It is the cave, the mind (consciousness), through which the souls emerged from the Void, via the Orion Gateway. It is the colors of Autumn or the "fading season". It is about The Cat (Lion).
Explanation: For reasons unknown, NGC 6357 is forming some of the most massive stars ever discovered. One such massive star, near the center of NGC 6357, is framed above carving out its own interstellar castle with its energetic light from surrounding gas and dust. In the greater nebula, the intricate patterns are caused by complex interactions between interstellar winds, radiation pressures, magnetic fields, and gravity. The overall glow of the nebula results from the emission of light from ionized hydrogen gas. Near the more obvious Cat's Paw nebula, NGC 6357 houses the open star cluster Pismis 24, home to many of these tremendously bright and blue stars. The central part of NGC 6357 shown spans about 10 light years and lies about 8,000 light years away toward the constellation of the Scorpion.
Happy Birthday to the Scorpio Readers.
My granddaughter Joie, Libra, who just turned 11, in Chandler, AZ on Monday. Joie won her school election and was headed off for a student gov't meeting. Imagine what these kids could teach the Republicans. It's all about the children. Your inner child is a metaphor for your emotional body.
On 11.11 I'll be in Florida talking about numeric codes.