Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Fourth of July 2017

Great day in the city for 4th of July festivities. I woke up looking at two giant Capricorn horns, the image quickly fading. I have no idea what that was about.

Checking Facebook email, there were messages from three UFO researchers including my friend Michelle from MUFON, Kendall Ray Morgan out in Sedona today, and Rob McConnell of The X-Zone Radio Show which I am doing this Friday night at 7:00.

Ken called from Sedona as we had an interesting chat about research then and now. We talked about the recent passing of John Major Jenkins (1964-2017) an American author and independent researcher, best known for his works that theorize certain astronomical and esoteric connections of the calendar systems used by the Maya civilization of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. His writings are particularly associated with 2012 millenarianism and the development of Mayanism in contemporary and popular culture, as an outgrowth from the New Age milieu. He is one of the principal people who have promoted the idea that the ancient Maya calendar ends on December 21, 2012 which portends major changes for the Earth.

It was interesting that Ken mentioned the Mayan calendar. Last night, as I fell asleep, I remembered the end date for "Sarah and Alexander" - July 4, 2012. Though most people were looking at December 21, 2012 as some kind of closure, for me the significant date was July 4, 2012. On that date, researchers at CERN, using the large hadron collider, discovered the Higgs Boson or God particle.

Ken and I also discussed his research through the decades. He's 58, and how, at this juncture, he's not doing much as there is nothing left to do but watch and wait. He said the younger generation simply is not interested in the things we researched ... as I explained, it's not in their programming. He also asked about the closure of the hologram, as he too feels something is coming to an end. He also praised Crystalinks as historical. Of grave concern on the west coast is escalating Korean missile launches. I don't know why he thought those of us on the east coast have no interest, but I assured him we follow the news on everything.

After we hung up, he emailed a picture he took in 2013 "Contact in the Desert," allegedly showing a crystal skull set against the mountains. He is working with a group to send a skull into space in the future. He also saw triangular craft buzzing around at that conference ... etc. etc. etc. I love catching up with the life and times of other researchers always to conclude it's done.

Back in my life, after reading a client in Oklahoma this morning, I'm spending the day with fellow UFO researcher Harold Eglyn. Something is brewing but, then again, it always is ... On American Independence Day, all we can hope is that the souls will soon be free of that which ties us to this hologram.