Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Places Where People
Gather This Week

The common denominator in the blogs below is about people gathering in protest or celebration.

- Protests, if well planned, lead to revolution and change. China is overdue.

- Festivals are fun and a reprieve from daily routines.

-Holidays -- one should not worship false idols, imaginary gods, or outdated myths. Is there a country any where in the world that does not have a religion system?

- Sacred sites are about frequency if your personal grid aligns to awaken to reality as a hologram, not about crumbling monuments. They all say ... "Go to the top and Remember ... Remember ...Remember ..."

The Umbrella Revolution

2014 Hong Kong Protests - Text and Images   Wikipedia

September 30, 2014

We turn our attention this week to Hong Kong where the people seek freedom and change. Again, we find the same energies of suppressed people who can no longer take it and will do anything to make change for themselves, their families, and those they know. This is not a revolution by country - this is a revolution by humanity - and it is growing. In the duality of our reality we will see positives and negatives combined with the chaos of our creation. Don't go to a metaphysical or a religious space as a solution to bring peace. Stay grounded in what is physically happening. Every sector of reality is being impacted. Consider this as part of end times and brace for impact.

  Hong Kong's leader to protesters: China won't back down   CNN - September 30, 2014

  Hong Kong protests   BBC - September 30, 2014

Hong Kong's protestors have been using umbrellas to block tear gas, a practice that's becoming so ubiquitous that people have even started dubbed the protests the "Umbrella Revolution." Read more...

Any visitor to Hong Kong will tell you that umbrellas are already a fixture of life in the city, essential not only for keeping yourself dry during the rainy spring and summer but also providing much-needed shade from the sun. The "world's most expensive umbrella," made of American ox-hide and using antique German frame, was made there in Hong Kong in 1994, and single-use umbrellas can be bought from vending machines in subway stations, adding only further to the item's ubiquity. Perhaps it makes sense, then, that when pro-democracy activists came out on the streets to joining the "Occupy Central" protests, many brought umbrellas with them. Read more ...

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Umbrella Symbolism

The image of Chinese people protesting and carrying umbrellas took me to the

Chinese women I met on the beach in August who were carrying umbrellas.

The "Fabric of Reality" is a metaphor for the consciousness grids
that create the illusion emerging from chaos and returning at the end.

"Umbrellas" symbolize hidden information.
When the fabric is gone, the truth is revealed.

When I remote view, the symbol of a woman
walking with a parasol has to do with time travel.

All about umbrellas from early use and design to modern architecture   Wikipedia