Sunday, May 31, 2015

Saturday Adventures

Saturday morning, we took a mini tour around Colonial Williamsburg.

John and I standing near a small tree, with obvious spirit energy around us.

This tree is associated with George Washington.
As we stood beside it we could feel his presence.
When we looked at the photos, there was George.
It reminds me of a blog I wrote links to the Freemasons
about the cutting of the Elm at Gisor.

Here we are at the Williamsburg Inn. Our tour guide once worked here and had the most interesting stories to share.

When we finished our mini tour ... I won an $85 VISA gift card.

As if guided, we were told to go to Yorktown about 30 minutes away.

It's an interesting drive on a highway made of small cobblestones.

We walked along the beach and the boardwalk stopping at an outdoor flea market followed by lunch at a pub then relaxing on the beach while enjoying the view.

Here, I am walking along a moving pier as a gusty wind created waves just near me.

Movie Time

In the evening, John and I went to see the movie San Andreas. The multiplex theater featured comfortable swivel chairs, with a little table in front so that you can order food or use it for anything you want.

The audience sat spellbound, as the film depicted what would happen if the San Andreas fault breached. A lot of the science was accurate, missing a few key points I've mentioned in past blogs ...

The San Andreas Fault goes all the way down to South America and up into Canada. Also, of note, in case you missed the memo ... if you have one tsunami, it is followed by another shortly there after. You probably already know when San Andreas goes the entire North American plate will be affected, which was mentioned in the film. It will start in the Pacific and accelerate globally as the tectonic plates are already broken and stressed ... now, that is an interesting metaphor for our reality.

The audience loved the movie, which acted as a trigger in lieu of current earth changes and natural disasters. John and I talked about the film for sometime after. What makes it so real is that it's real. Stayed tuned for more ...

Saturday, May 30, 2015


The plates are really rattling and rolling this weekend. With the advent of the new movie on a disaster earthquake in Los Angeles, we find a 7.8 off Japan. No tsunami warning, by the way. And just yesterday, there was an evacuation, due to a massive volcano eruption on a southern Japan island.

California also had some "minor" 5.5 earthquakes this weekend, too. You know the drill. These plates are absolutely moving. Expect to see this continue. If you're interested, the USGS has a great graphic that shows the current plates and movements here.

Friday, May 29, 2015

My Trip to Williamsburg, Virginia Begins

The car service picked me up at 7:30. Probably because mercury is retrograde, when I went to put the lock on my suitcase...a special lock for airport travel... It wouldn't close. I asked Z for help again and there was the lock closed after the car service driver and I gave it to several different tries.

On the way to the airport there was lots of rush hour traffic. I told the car service driver we would arrive at 8:35. He said based on the traffic we wouldn't get to Laguardia Airport until 9 o'clock or so. Traffic or no traffic, Z was going to get me here on time ... And he did. Got here at 8:35 exactly!

Finally, I got my boarding pass. YAY ! Off to security check point......

Next ... Guess who they singled out to pat down? Moi! It was an interesting experience because it was the first time that ever happened to me. I guess I am starting to look like a terrorist working with law enforcement as often as I do. Sorry, no pictures of the pat down.

All is well as I wait for my flight to board in a few minutes.

So here I sit in the terminal...I don't have the feeling that the flight is going to be too crowded. Should be boarding in a few minutes.

On the Plane !

Yes, I'm in my seat and ready to go. Hmmm. I did get a roomy seat and it's not crowded at all. As we gained our flying altitude, soon after we began our descent. Well, that was quick. I hope John knows I'm early. So, here's some shots as we descend.

So, do you see them? I never travel alone. In the car, on the plane, walking to the grocery store... doesn't matter. This time the orbs showed up. Say hi ! They prefer the name "Sphere Being." And it's true, they are a topic of much discussion right now. I'm jesting about the orbs but the Sphere Being Alliance is real. Check out their Facebook page here.

I got my luggage. John was there. Yay!

Now for the car ride to Williamsburg. I hope we can stop somewhere, cause I'm a bit hungry.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Trip to Williamsburg, Virginia

Friday, I'm meeting John at the Norfolk airport, then we're off to Williamsburg, Virginia Beach, and Newport News in the days that follow. Looking at the history of the area, I remember seeing myself in the American Revolution - a soldier fighting for freedom here - linked to all the history that brought the Masonic Program to the North American continent. We've all experienced in these timelines one way or another in any subroutine of the hologram. The mission - freedom and the ability to understand the hologram. It's always been about destruction and rebirth ... this timeline making the journey more understandable due to current technologies ... which, in my mind, still seem so primitive. We temporarily remain here programmed to figure things out, through our emotions yet knowing it's all surreal and about to end.

I look forward to revisiting Colonial Williamsburg and wherever the journey takes me. Hopefully, John and I will take the boat ride to see the dolphins and visit a a area that is haunted as many spirits have made themselves known to me in readings of late. Along the way I also want to see San Andreas and Aloha. My friend Anna will look after things here at home and George will update my blogs.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Getting Ready to Travel

Friday afternoon I'm meeting John in Williamsburg, VA ... he's currently driving up from Tampa. Joy, a friend on Facebook, who lives in Newport News, prepared a list of suggestions besides the regular tourist attractions including a boat ride to see the dolphins and a haunted house tour. Lots to do even if it rains. The film San Andreas opens on Friday and then there's Aloha. My friend Anna will look after things here at home and George will update my blogs.

Quantum experiment verifies Einstein's 'spooky action at a distance'   Science Daily - March 24, 2015

An experiment devised in Griffith University's Centre for Quantum Dynamics has for the first time demonstrated Albert Einstein's original conception of "spooky action at a distance" using a single particle. According to quantum mechanics, a single particle can be described by a wave function that spreads over arbitrarily large distances, but is never detected in two or more places. This phenomenon is explained in quantum theory by what Einstein disparaged in 1927 as "spooky action at a distance," or the instantaneous non-local collapse of the wave function to wherever the particle is detected. Almost 90 years later, by splitting a single photon between two laboratories, scientists have used homodyne detectors -- which measure wave-like properties -- to show the collapse of the wave function is a real effect. This phenomenon is the strongest yet proof of the entanglement of a single particle, an unusual form of quantum entanglement that is being increasingly explored for quantum communication and computation.

Ellie and Donna

Today, I read Donna who has been a client for many years. No matter what the circumstances we always laugh, psychic and connect with energies on many levels. Donna's focus today was her deceased friend (5/11/15) who came to the reading and manifesting all sorts of physical evidence to confirm he was there. After the reading we went to an outdoor restaurant.

The New Face of Seniors

Scientists Claim 72 Is the New 30   CNBC

Ellie, 72 (Aquarius) and her client Terry, 80 (Pisces)

You know I psych on what my clients will wear and usually match them ... here we go again ...

Terry's daughter is a client which is how we met.

May 26, 2014

Similarities and differences between Ellie and Terry:

    We are both divorced choosing not to remarry

    Terry lives alone in a rent controlled apartment in Manhattan. How luck is that! I live in Brooklyn. We love the energies of where we live. It's home.

    I drive everywhere ... Terry walks or uses public transportation. City dwellers often don't have cars.

    I am an only child born in Brooklyn though my mom had many miscarriages before me. Terry was the 7th of 9 children born in Ireland coming to NYC in her 20's. Both our families owned farms (Ireland and for me the Catskill Mountains) when we were children - selling them later.

    Terry speaks with a brogue. I speak like Brooklyn..

    No health issues nor stress to wear us down just up positive attitudes. Neither has "senior moments" of forgetfulness. We don't see death any time soon, though I see closure.

    No mental illnesses nor substance abuse issues

    Terry practices yoga. I'm too lazy - run around a lot but no specific exercise.

    Great families and support

    I raised 3 daughters who are professionals. Terry raised one daughter but was nanny to 2 other girls who are adults and all professionals.

    I still work. Terry baby sits one day a week.

    Terry goes to church. I have no need for religion. During Terry's reading her aura turned to white light as we heard (and I saw) angels enter the room. I should have taken a pic but didn't think of it. When spirits show up ... more often than not it's by surprise. I did not discuss my belief system (the hologram).

    I finished college+ and became a teacher. Terry worked with children as a nanny.

    I'm good with techie stuff. Terry tries. We agreed people no longer talk - they text but that's not us.

    We both had a great session and a lot of fun.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Getting Ready to Travel

Friday afternoon, I'm meeting John in Williamsburg, VA. The bad weather sweeping the country is headed here including VA and the entire east coast. We'll find places to see and things to do along the way, no matter what the weather. The film San Andreas opens on Friday and we hope to see it among other iconic sites that are indoors or we can drive by and get out to explore. My friend Anna will be looking after things here at home and George will post on my blogs.

Earth Changes accelerating ...

  Heat wave kills more than 700 in India   CNN - May 26, 2015
Stifling heat has killed more than 700 people in India in less than one week. India recorded its highest maximum temperature of 47 degrees Celsius -- 117 degrees Fahrenheit -- at Angul in Odisha on Monday, according to B.P. Yadav, the director of the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

  Houston, Texas, Submerged by Unprecedented Flooding; Eight States At Risk   NBC - May 26, 2015
More than 30 million Americans were told to brace for dangerous thunderstorms Ñ bringing flooding, hail and possible tornadoes - as meteorologists warned the weather that has centered on Texas and Oklahoma since Saturday could expand to other areas.

  Wolf Volcano erupts on Galapagos island home to unique pink iguanas.   Reuters - May 26, 2015

Tornado unleashes destruction in northern Mexico   Economic Times - May 26, 2015
Residents walk out of their damaged house after recovering belongings from debris after a tornado hit the town of Ciudad Acuna, state of Coahuila. A tornado raged through the city on the US-Mexico border, killing people, destroying homes and flinging cars like matchsticks. The twister hit a seven-block area, which Victor Zamora, interior secretary of the northern state of Coahuila, described as 'devastated.'

  Three children hurt in Florida bounce house when waterspout comes ashore   CNN - May 26, 2015
Three children were injured on Monday when a waterspout came onshore and lifted the inflatable bounce house they were in, authorities said. The house was swept across a parking lot into a roadway, according to police in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The National Weather Service in Miami reported that one adult was also injured and that one of the three children was seriously hurt. Injuries in bounce houses are not uncommon.

May 26, 1951 - July 23, 2012

Sally Ride

  Sally Ride Google Videos

Sally Ride was an American physicist and a former NASA astronaut.
In 1983 she became the first American woman to enter outer space.

  Behind the Doodle: Sally Ride   YouTube

New Google Doodle Honors Sally Ride, The First American Woman In Space  
Huffington Post - May 26, 2015

When I wasn't working, I was usually
at a window looking down at Earth.

Sally Ride Quotes

What is an "Elfie"?

An "Elfie"is not a self-portrait photo taken by me.

Elephant snatches man's camera, takes amazing 'elphie'   CNN - May 25, 2015

Ellie's Memorial Day Adventures

8:30 am ... Getting Ready for the annual Memorial Day Parade

11:00 on ... It was a perfect day. I met friends, neighbors, military, cops, clients, bikers - many of whom embraced me.

A soldier let me take photos standing in his vehicle for the price of a hug!! LOL

It was great to see the Harley bikers again.

Robert, a guy with a bandana and tattoos, came over and startled me with big bear hug shouting with enthusiasm,

"Ellieee .... Crystal. We love you."

I live here - top floor - skylight

A few pics from the parade which went on for two hours.

The plaque in the stone

Ceremonies included speakers, music, and people singing patriotic songs. Hey ... whatever your truth is ...

This soldier had a great voice and closed out the events of the day.

Time to roll up the flags and go home. A weird thing happened with this photo.

Something made the camera keep shooting though I wasn't aware. I realized it when I got home.

There are subtle difference in the 11 photos that I discovered. I randomly choice these 3 to post.

Does the haze represent spirits from past wars? something on the lens? why only on this photo?

Is this the symbolic representation of the hologram closing as souls return to consciousness?

Memorial Day Weekend - Sunday

Over in Long Island...

My grandson Noah's Team Won The Lincoln Page Memorial Day Tournament
He scored the winning goal!