Friday, June 29, 2012


I'm sure you all have any opinion, and something had to happen in an election year. Lots of pros and cons here. Lots of twists and turns, and who knows what happened behind the scenes. I don't have a good feeling about it, but as I don't see us here in 2014, so it doesn't matter to me. Just more stuff.

Supreme Court upholds Obamacare individual mandate as a tax   - June 28, 2012
In a victory for President Barack Obama, the Supreme Court upheld his signature health care law's individual insurance mandate in a 5-4 decision, ending speculation after hostile-seeming oral arguments in March that the justices would overturn the law. The mandate has been upheld as a tax, with Chief Justice John Roberts, a Bush appointee, joining the liberal wing of the court to save the law.

  Health care ruling: What it means for you   Yahoo - June 28, 2012
Here is what it means for you:

What the Health Care Ruling Means   Discovery - June 28, 2012
f you don't currently have insurance, the individual mandate requires you to buy it or pay a fine. In 2014, families without insurance will pay $285 or 1 percent of their income, whichever is greater. By 2016, they'll face stiffer penalties of $2,085 per family or 2.5 percent of their income.

Ancient Text Confirms Mayan Calendar End Date

The Mayan Calendar prophecy never spoke about an apocalypse.

What it refers to is peace and the return from physical reality to light.

The latest Mayan Calendar discovery - another reference to 2012 - is not about an apocalypse and never was. We are projected illusion in a biogenetic experiment that is about to end as physical reality (emotional dramas) segue into balance and all returns to light and consciousness. It's really not that hard to understand. It's also cool that these inserts are being programmed into our hologram at the end.

Ancient Text Confirms Mayan Calendar End Date   Live Science - June 28, 2012
"This text talks about ancient political history rather than prophecy," Marcello Canuto, the director of Tulane University Middle America Research Institute, said in a statement. "This new evidence suggests that the 13 bak'tun date was an important calendrical event that would have been celebrated by the ancient Maya; however, they make no apocalyptic prophecies whatsoever regarding the date." The Mayan Long Count calendar is divided into bak'tuns, or 144,000-day cycles that begin at the Maya creation date. The winter solstice of 2012 (Dec. 21) is the last day of the 13th bak'tun, marking what the Maya people would have seen as a full cycle of creation.

  Maya 2012 inscription predicts royal stability   USA Today - June 28, 2012
Newly-discovered Maya 2012 inscriptions proclaim royal stability, researchers report, not apocalypse.Announced today at the National Palace in Guatemala, the 1,300-year-old inscriptions from the ruins called La Corona, "provides only the second known reference to the so-called 'end date' for the Maya calendar on December 21, 2012," says a Tulane University statement.

Maya archaeologists unearth new 2012 monument   PhysOrg - June 28, 2012

Archaeologists working at the site of La Corona in Guatemala have discovered a 1,300 year-old year-old Maya text that provides only the second known reference to the so-called 'end date' for the Maya calendar on December 21, 2012. The discovery, one of the most significant hieroglyphic find in decades, was announced today at the National Palace in Guatemala.

  Stunning Map Reveals World's Earthquakes Since 1898   Live Science - June 29, 2012

If you've ever wondered where - and why - earthquakes happen the most, look no further than a new map, which plots more than a century's worth of nearly every recorded earthquake strong enough to at least rattle the bookshelves. The map shows earthquakes of magnitude 4.0 or greater since 1898; each is marked in a lightning-bug hue that glows brighter with increasing magnitude.

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Addicted to Drama

Wednesday on Entertainment Tonight, Charlie Sheen made an interesting statement. The question was, "What are you addicted to?" His answer was simple and something I have found with many clients and people I've met along the way, "I'm addicted to drama!" We know that this is about brain wiring and chemistry being off - which goes by many names and personality disorders.

I have endless clients looking for a balanced relationship with a somewhat normal partner, as all people have issues and are set in their ways in how they should live their lives - with some degree of pleasure - and what makes them function best.

And so I always ask - while pointing to an empty chair across from me during a reading - "If that person was sitting here with us now - nice, stable, hardworking, little to no issues, would you want to be with him/her?" My client looks over, processes, and always replies, "I'm used to issues and would get bored with him/her quickly." Face it - if you're programmed for drama - you will attract it - and it will burn you out - all the while you're seeking healing and help and thinking, "How can I find peace in my life?"

People don't want partners with problems. My answers is - don't live together - just play. Yet many people want to share and live with someone who is there each day ... minus the faults which are supposed to be left at the door when they come home. None of this makes sense in the cycles of life in the human experiment.

If you're addicted to drama, there is mental illness of some kind, so face it and try to work around it. Partners - you will most likely attract another person who lives in drama over and over again - and will burn out from the experience or at the very least, feel hurt and need months and a shrink to heal. When you've had enough - you either live alone or finally attract a person who does not live in drama and feel good about it - not bored. There is just so much drama one can face.

Another option is - you will live with (marry) the person who is stable and a caretaker - yet seek a lover who is hot and horny and dysfunctional. It all sounds funny from the outside until you have to live through it. Worse is trying to decide which person to be with - hot or not. Can a normal person be hot? Yes ... and on and on in the quest/request for the heart.

Anxiety is running rampant. Are you part of that circle of life? Do you refuse to get counseling because you know it all and think you can resolve issues alone. Good luck with that as 2012 is half over and you wonder, Where has it gone and what has changed in my life this year?

For me it's about controlling my life, not life controlling me - and it works. Set a goal of independence and see what happens ....

The Journey to Ellie's World

I live on the "R" line, the only subway (train) that comes out to Bay Ridge. One of the major stops along the way is 36th Street. I live at the end of the line - 95th Street. George, who often takes the subway here, found this humorous video on Huffington Post. As you know 36 is another number I often blog about in the collective mythology of our journey here. the music has a very Yiddish feel, makes me want to dance. :) It also teaches us the brain processes.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012


The articles below are worth addressing as I haven't blogged about the human condition lately. For the most people, stress and confusion are on the increase and the average person is just coping.

Article 1 talks about women who won't date unemployed men. That may sound shallow but here's the thing ... though men complain about taking care of women - most adult women work in western society and do not want to get involved with a man who they have to take care of or can't take care of himself. We all know about the economic crisis and high unemployment rate, but in a world of people looking to avoid drama and just have some fun, the unemployed man calls to mind negative emotions and issues he is going through with an unsettled future. It just gets too heavy.

Women who support men who stay home and do nothing - wonder about how they spend their time - such as having an affair with another woman while they are hard at work. Men who don't work often fall under the heading of "crash and burn" from a former career and now want to reinvent themselves which means -- they could be looking for a female caretaker so they can play metaphysics or life coach, are suffering from depression, or remain in your life while they work on issues then dump you when they find themselves. At the end of the day - if you date an unemployed guy - he better be good in bed - not a substance abuser who needs to mellow out on weed every day - not want money from you to start up his own business - or waste your time waiting for him to find himself. Go with the guy who is balanced and can create a productive reality even in today's economy. They are out there.

Article 2 - One should never marry unless living with the person and getting to know all aspects of them including emotional problems, control issues, family dynamics, time needed to be alone, and so on. I totally disagree with that article. Of course married people stay together longer as most are stuck with money problems, etc. Divorce is never easy no matter what people say, so people just stay together especially in a bad economy. Don't jump into anything. If I was young and thinking about these things I would take my time, remember what life and love is really about, then proceed with caution and a knowing this is what I want not need at the moment.

The better you know the 2012 version of you - the easier it will be to create what you want. Ladies ... if the man doesn't come into your life as per human programming for a life partner - find peace within all that you do.

Good luck with these issues.

75 Percent of Women Say They Won't Date Unemployed Men   Live Science - June 27, 2012
While losing your job may be a devastating blow to your career aspirations, it may be an even bigger blow to your personal life, according to new research conducted by a dating service. A significant majority of women said they would not date a man who was unemployed. Just one-third of men said they would date an unemployed woman. Overall, 75 percent of women said they would be unlikely to date an unemployed man, with 33 percent saying no outright. Another 42 percent of women answered maybe when asked about the possibility of dating an unemployed man. That answer, however, came with the stipulation that those women would not want to spend a lot of time in the relationship if the man did not have a plan in place. Just 21 percent of women said they would date an unemployed man.

Movin' In Causes Honey Problems   Live Science - June 27, 2012
Quickly moving in with your honey may be the kiss of death for some couples. New research indicates that couples who move in together before they get engaged or married are less happy and less likely to stay together than couples who wait. The researchers contend that couples who eventually get married after living together are armed with a double dose of arguments - those from the early relationship (like jealousy) and from the marriage (household chores and bills) that eventually can tank the relationship.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

UFO Blogs

UFOs over Brooklyn this week? Three people sent this to me today.

Would Finding Aliens Shatter Religious Beliefs?   Live Science - June 26, 2012

The discovery of life beyond Earth would shake up our view of humanity's place in the universe, but it probably wouldn't seriously threaten organized religion, experts say. Religious faith remains strong in much of the world despite scientific advances showing that Earth is not the center of the universe, and that our planet's organisms were not created in their present form but rather evolved over billions of years. So it's likely that religion would also weather any storms caused by the detection of E.T., researchers say.

June 26, 1959

Papua New Guinea UFO Visitations

  Papua New Guinea UFO Visitations Google Videos

Father William Gill and 38 others allegedly witnessed a disc-shaped object with four legs hovering over the village of Boianai, Papua New Guinea. Four human-like figures were seen standing above the craft who returned the waves with the witnesses. The object remained intermittently visible for some hours, and returned the following two evenings. It was one of the best witnessed close encounter cases in the annals of ufology. At the time, Gill had assumed the objects to be new American aircraft. There had been a UFO flap on the island that year - 61 UFO sightings, mostly in June and July. The country is situated on the Pacific Ring of Fire, at the point of collision of several tectonic plates. There are a number of active volcanoes and eruptions are frequent. Earthquakes are relatively common, sometimes accompanied by a tsunami.

Monday, June 25, 2012

Aqueducts and Water Bridges

I am currently rebuilding Ancient Rome to be completed sometime in July.

Rome wasn't built in a day ... neither were the files ... :)

As today's focus is on Water Bridges and Aqueducts ....

Ancient Rome Aqueducts

Email from Blake,

    Good Morning Ellie,

    It's a beautiful, sunny yet cool morning here on the coast of Maine. I am focusing on it warming up a bit so it won't be too cold on the water. But it is a lovely day here and I hope it is too where you are. I do enjoy your blogs and I had a chuckle this morning when I read you were redoing the Rome files. It is true that Rome was not built in a day but when it came down..... an era had ended. So is it just synchronistic that you are working on the Rome files during a time when in present day life, an era could be ending?

Thanks Blake ... indeed an era is ending in more ways than one ... FYI - there is so much lightning and thunder now as I blog this - I feel like Zeus is speaking and agreeing with you ! Maybe I shouldn't have blogged about water ... Flood stories metaphor?

Rime of the Ancient Water Bridge

From Thunderbolts Monday June 25, 2012

Discoveries in space plasma may provide an explanation for a century-old mystery. Sir William Armstrong, an English hydraulics engineer, first observed the floating water bridge in 1893. It defied explanation and was ignored until recently. Findings in space plasma that have renewed attention to plasma's electrical properties, a matter which itself has been neglected for a century, may provide an explanation that has been sitting in plain sight all along.

A water bridge is simple to produce. Two containers of pure water are set an inch or less apart. An electrode is inserted into each one, and a high voltage is struck between them. In short order, a spinning tube of water will stretch across the gap in defiance of gravity. While the phenomenon and its possible explanation are interesting (and may be pursued in the links), this writer will for a moment prescind from the science and comment instead on the century of neglect. (My apologies to Samuel Taylor Coleridge and his ancient mariner.) -- Read more ...

Navigable Aqueduct

Navigable aqueducts (sometimes called water bridges) are bridge structures that carry navigable waterway canals over other rivers, valleys, railways or roads. They are primarily distinguished by their size, carrying a larger cross-section of water than most water-supply aqueducts. Although Roman aqueducts were sometimes used for transport, aqueducts were not generally used until the 17th century when the problems of summit level canals had been solved and modern canal systems started to appear. The 662-metre long steel Briare aqueduct carrying the Canal lateral a la Loire over the River Loire was built in 1896, and remained the longest navigable aqueduct in the world until the 21st century, when the Magdeburg Water Bridge in Germany took the title.

The Saga of the Tortoise and the Turtle

Lonesome George, the Galapagos tortoise, was the last known of his subspecies.

Good-bye George, it's been an interesting journey.

The tortoise moves slowly but always reaches his destination and wins in the end.

  Last Pinta giant tortoise Lonesome George dies   BBC - June 25, 2012
Staff at the Galapagos National Park in Ecuador say Lonesome George, a giant tortoise believed to be the last of its subspecies, has died. Scientists estimate he was about 100 years old. Park officials said they would carry out a post-mortem to determine the cause of his death.With no offspring and no known individuals from his subspecies left, Lonesome George became known as the rarest creature in the world. For decades, environmentalists unsuccessfully tried to get the Pinta Island tortoise to reproduce with females from a similar subspecies on the Galapagos Islands.

Turtle Island is a term used by several Northeastern Woodland Native American tribes, especially the Haudenosaunee or Iroquois Confederacy, for the continent of North America. According to Iroquois oral history, Sky Woman fell down to the earth when it was covered with water. Various animals tried to swim to the bottom of the ocean to bring back dirt to create land. Muskrat succeeded in gathering dirt, which was placed on the back of a turtle, which grew into the land known today as North America. In the Seneca language, the mythical turtle is called Hah-nu-nah, while the name for an everyday turtle is ha-no-wa.

The name Turtle Island is used today by many Native tribes, Native rights activists, and environmental activists, especially since the 1970s when the term came into wider usage. In a later essay, published in At Home on the Earth, Gary Snyder claimed this title as a term referring to North America that synthesizes both indigenous and colonizer cultures by translating the indigenous name into the colonizer's languages (the Spanish "Isla Tortuga" being proposed as a name as well). Snyder argues that understanding North America under the name of Turtle Island will help shift conceptions of the continent.

Referring to North America as Turtle Island suggests a view of North America not merely as a land "discovered" and colonized by Europeans and people of European descent, but as a land inhabited and stewarded by a collection of rich, diverse, and civilized peoples, a collection that may have room for both indigenous and colonizer cultures. This re-framing of the continent's identity is intended to bring about a better cohabitation of these two groups of people. Finally, the term suggests to some interpreters a more holistic relationship between the continent's ecology and its human inhabitants, visualizing Turtle Island as an amalgamation of bioregions.

The term has been used by writers and musicians, as well as others. Notable uses include Gary Snyder's Turtle Island, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, the Turtle Island Quartet, a modern-day jazz string quartet, and soy foods manufacturer Turtle Island Foods.

Sunday, June 24, 2012


If you've ever worked with children, you know that the worse age is Middle School or what we call Jr. High here in the city. I taught many grades, but the worst are grades 6-8 where puberty occurs and the onset of emotional problems are in full swing. I worked as a substitute teacher for one day in a Jr. High and vowed "Never again".

No one bothered me but all these kids could do was curse and be disrespectful toward each other. One boy, 14, who had been left back and was taller than the others, threatened to throw another boy out the window because he said something. I called security who couldn't control either boy -> they were both removed from the classroom by two burly male security guards as the rest of the class cheered them on ... and this was not a ghetto school. Thankfully the bell rang to signal the end of the period ... the end of the day ... and the end of my time as a Jr. High School teacher. From there I taught in High School where I enjoyed my time with the students.

Let's look at the saga of Karen Klein, a woman my age, who works as a bus chaperone in upstate NY, and the acts of disrespect and violence against her reported this month. This is far from an isolated incident in schools across the country especially in areas where children are abused and genetic patterning is at a low frequency of behavior. As this is June, I have been reading school teachers who can site similar stories about abuse towards other school employees not just bus drivers and chaperones.

Bullying of teachers more damaging in online era   AP - June 24, 2012
The bullying that bus monitor Karen Klein endured on a ride home from an upstate New York school was painful and egregious, but also shows how student harassment of teachers and administrators has become more spiteful and damaging in the online era. Much attention has been paid to students who bully students in class, after school and on the Internet. Less has been given to equally disturbing behavior by students who harass instructors, principals and other adults.


Now let's shift to bullying and worse by teachers towards students and the horrific story of Jerry Sandusky also my age - and how he permanently damaged the lives of so many boys, perhaps others who never spoke out. Did you ever doubt he was guilty?

Why are people surprised at these things, not to mention homosexual acts that many men desire and have to hide due to society. Yes, a man can have gay sex outside the home then go home to his wife and have sex with her. Does anything in this reality make sense? No ... and it never did. Hasn't life taught us that humans are sexually driven - that people in power tend to abuse sex, and that having one partner in a lifetime is generally not the norm. From people who study metaphysics and seek their twin flame - to those who want to meet The One and have a normal life - to those who just want a fun night out - sex is a major motivating factor behind everything especially now that men can take a pill and have sex in later years. It is primal and often not about love and fun but about control, abuse, and bullying.


Bullying may start - and be mostly associated with childhood - but it needs to be understood in the bipolar pattern of abuse and victimization which is far more prevalent in the adult world. It's about children who are bullied and abused at home repeating the pattern outside the home and later into adult life. It's about mental illness undiagnosed and unchecked. Is it any wonder people look to metaphysics as a way of handling those who try to control them (bullying) and seek compassion and caring - love and light. We examine mental illnesses from an adult perspective, but the answers always go back to childhood.

Most often when I read clients who tell me they want to move forward but are burned out and blocked, we have to travel back not only to their childhood but to their DNA codes. They say, "I just want to talk about myself not my family," but herein lies the root cause of everything in one's life. We may know about genetic patterning and human disorders, but many people don't. A good psychic reading covers all bases ... for how else can one move forward... What makes me happy is I can cut through sessions of psycho-babble and cut to the chase in one session. If the client's emotional problems need medication - I always recommend seeing a professional. Going holistic ... organic? Why not ... if that works. Whatever it takes to get the brain (computer) to create some degree of balance to attract positive experiences.

Current "feel-good pattern" ... help others to heal yourself and make a difference.

Current "frustration pattern" - women ages 35-40 seeking the right man to create a family and not being able to find him. Sorry to say, marriage is not always a solution and finding the right guy is not easy.

Friday, June 22, 2012

Summer Blogs

The heat wave continues and with that power outages in local areas. So far all is well here in Bay Ridge with the end of the extreme weather coming tomorrow.

The week came in with global focus on Europe and their financial crisis ... and goes out much the same way. Last Sunday morning I watched ABC news with George Stephanopoulos. Among his guests was journalist George Will who politely listened to everyone then said two things: The economy can't be fixed and the media does not tell the truth. :)

I always blog that magnetics are slowing down while frequency is is accelerating to zero point - no more time...

Not enough hours in the day? Scientists predict time will stop completely - June 22, 2012

The theory of time running out was devised by researchers from two Spanish universities trying to explain why the universe appeared to be spreading continuously and accelerating. Observations of supernovae, or exploding stars, found the movement of light indicated they were moving faster than those nearer to the centre of the universe. But the scientists claimed the accepted theory of an opposite force to gravity, known as dark energy, was wrong, and said the reality was that the growth of the universe was slowing. The slowing down of time will eventually mean everything will appear to take place faster and faster until it eventually disappears.

I received an email from a friend named Daniel Moulder on Facebook about a 5.3 earthquake in Melbourne, Australia where he says they never have quakes. As we know, it's all coming apart. Friday Daniel wrote ... "I had a bit of a eureka moment feeling and thinking about how the energy released affects the grids and the collective response from the masses of people ripples too. I feel like I've been waiting so many lifetimes for this ... but to be present as it all unravels is wondrous. I feel like a big event is on the horizon to really shake things up ... Time will tell what it is!"

I totally forgot about Gay Pride in the city this weekend. Lots of partying ... and sex

Weekend Fare: Mermaids and Gay Pride   New York Times - June 22, 2012
In conjunction with the 30th annual Mermaid Parade, the Coney Island Brewing Company, 12th Street and Surf Avenue, in Coney Island, Brooklyn, will offer tastings on Saturday starting at 2 p.m. of four new beers. One is Shmaltz Brewing's Mermaid Pilsner.

Celebrating Gay Pride -- And America   Huffington Post - June 22, 2012
One year ago, one my favorite couples decided to tie the knot. And you know why? Because, at last, they could. Just the day before, Christine and Julia were not permitted to marry in the State of New York. But then on June 24, Governor Andrew Cuomo opened the door to compassion, and signed a historic law legalizing marriage for same-sex couples in New York.

Was this a case of east meets west or above meets below?

Stonehenge a 'symbol of unification' at centre of Ancient Britain - June 22, 2012
Stonehenge was the centre of ancient Britain, according to a study which claims the monument symbolized the unification of eastern and western communities.

The most ridiculous story of the week ...

Psychic Accused of Exploitation   Discovery - June 22, 2012
A psychic is on trial in Britain, accused of tricking two women into stripping naked and performing sex acts in order to speak to their dead relatives. Medium Karl Lang is accused of persuading the woman, 26, to strip naked during a seance because it increased her powers to contact the spirit world. The other victim, now 27, said: "The first time I stripped off my clothes, he said 'Well done! You've gone up a level in the spiritual world. He told me the more outrageous I behaved, the higher level I would get. It was like a reward system. I knew other girls were sending him explicit photos and dirty videos of them masturbating and using sex toys on themselves. In one session, I opened my legs and showed him inside my private parts. Karl congratulated me by saying, "I didn't think you had it in you - you really pleased the spirit world. I felt uncomfortable."


About the popular topic of bullying ... it may start and be mostly associated with childhood - but it needs to be understood in the bipolar pattern of abuse and victimization which is far more prevalent in the adult world. It's about children who are bullied and abused at home repeating the pattern outside the home and later into adult life. It's about mental illness undiagnosed and unchecked. Is it any wonder people look to metaphysics as a way of handling those who try to control them (bullying) and seek compassion and caring - love and light. We examine mental illnesses from an adult perspective, but the answers always go back to childhood.

Most often when I read clients who tell me that want to move forward but are burned out and blocked, we have to travel back not only to their childhood but to their DNA codes. They say, "I just want to talk about myself not my family," but herein lies the root cause of everything in one's life. We may know about genetic patterning and human disorders, but many people don't. A good psychic reading covers all bases ... for how else can one move forward... What makes me happy is I can cut through sessions of psycho-babble and cut to the chase in one session. If the client's emotional problems need medication - I always recommend seeing a professional. Going holistic ... organic? Why not ... if that works. Whatever it takes to get the brain (computer) to create some degree of balance to attract positive experiences.

Current "feel-good pattern" ... help others to heal yourself and make a difference.

Current "frustration pattern" - women ages 35-40 seeking the right man to create a family and not being able to find him. Sorry to say, marriage is not always a solution and finding the right guy is not easy.

Thursday, June 21, 2012


We're having a heat wave here on the east coast. It's not just about the heat but we get humidity ... the solution ... stay inside with the air conditioning and drink lots of water ... you know the drill. Elsewhere around the world, climate changes are also bringing their share of unsettled weather. Stay cool ... the summer ... my least favorite season, has just begun.

Summer of 2011

Last summer, I blogged about black shiny energy coming closer to me arriving mid-October - which turned out to be the event horizon of a black hole where my soul still remains and observes. This was followed in November by the PBS NOVA 4-part series featuring Brian Greene called The Fabric of the Cosmos in which he discusses exactly what I was experiencing in Part 1 of the series. Watch it on YouTube. .... I'm still here sitting on the event horizon observing things I can't explain.

Summer of 2012

We move to the past few months where I had noticed that by the end of June, the grids become static and everything looks something like fog, but not exactly. I've been waiting to see when I would approach this energy, for lack of a better word ... and this morning, it is just in front of me. If I move closer, it won't let me in. It backs away, as if it is a life form. What does it mean? I'm not sure. I can only speculate that this is part of end times and the answer will soon be shown. If you can ... check it out, as well as the grids which definitely signal the unexpected. Somewhere out there, we all know where this is going and can only trust our intuition, dreams, and synchronicities, that it is about to be shown.

Z just send me to this file, Part 11 of a series of 12 files I created years ago called "The 12 Pyramids of Thoth." It's called the return of Quetzalcoatl. The fog has a similar feel but not purple. Last week, he told me to record a show from the old Stargate SG1 series. When I finally got to watch it a few days later, I discovered it was about the Crystal Skull. What Z wanted me to see was the end when Quetzalcoatl emerges from the fog. This led me to a file I created last November which links both images of Quetzalcoatl. What's also interesting is the film Indiana Jones Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was back again last weekend. Fun stuff....

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Things Bad ??

If you think your life is bad and can't wait for the program to end ...

Humans exist in a battleground of one kind or another.

The battle can be internal or external but its always there.

Today is World Refugee Day.

1.5 million children in imminent danger of starvation in West Africa  
MSNBC - June 20, 2012

42,000 modern-day slaves rescued but millions in bondage, trafficking report says   MSNBC - June 20, 2012

More than 42,000 adults and children kept as slaves, forced into prostitution or otherwise trafficked were discovered by authorities around the world in 2011, according to a new report by the U.S. State Department. However this figure was a tiny fraction of the estimated number of people held in bondage with the International Labor Organization estimating earlier this month that there are about 20.9 million victims of modern slavery, the State Department Trafficking in Persons Report noted.

I want to know where love is: Research develops first brain map of love and desire   PhysOrg - June 20, 2012
Thanks to modern science, we know that love lives in the brain, not in the heart. But where in the brain is it and is it in the same place as sexual desire? A recent international study is the first to draw an exact map of these intimately linked feelings.

The origin of life challenge: Searching for how life began   PhysOrg - June 20, 2012
How life first developed is a poorly-understood process. Even today, scientists have attempted to determine its origins using a variety of methods. NASA astrobiologist Chris McKay, who served as a referee to help sort through the proposals, pointed out that the submitted proposals spanned a wide variety of potential research.

New Greece government agreed, says socialist party leader   MSNBC - June 20, 2012
A conservative-led Greek government has been agreed and will form a team to "renegotiate" the international bailout deal that would save the country from bankruptcy, the leader of one of the coalition parties said Wednesday.

42,000 modern-day slaves rescued but millions in bondage, trafficking report says   MSNBC - June 20, 2012
More than 42,000 adults and children kept as slaves, forced into prostitution or otherwise trafficked were discovered by authorities around the world in 2011, according to a new report by the U.S. State Department. However this figure was a tiny fraction of the estimated number of people held in bondage with the International Labor Organization estimating earlier this month that there are about 20.9 million victims of modern slavery, the State Department Trafficking in Persons Report noted.

Talisman of Ancient Googly-Eyed God Discovered   Live Science - June 20, 2012
A newly identified googly-eyed artifact may have been used by the ancient Egyptians to magically protect children and pregnant mothers from evil forces. Made of faience, a delicate material that contains silica, the pale-green talisman of sorts dates to sometime in the first millennium B.C. It shows the dwarf god Bes with his tongue sticking out, eyes googly, wearing a crown of feathers. A hole at the top of the face was likely used to suspend it like a bell, while a second hole, used to hold the bell clapper, was apparently drilled into it in antiquity.

Turtles fossilised in sex embrace   BBC - June 20, 2012
Turtles killed as they were having sex and then fossilised in position have been described by scientists. The remains of the 47-million-year old animals were unearthed in the famous Messel Pit near Darmstadt, Germany. They were found as male-female pairs. In two cases, the males even had their tails tucked under their partners' as would be expected from the coital position.

  BBC - June 20, 2012
The mystery of the elephant's long pregnancy has been unravelled by scientists. A quirk of biology allows the unborn calf to develop in the womb for almost two years, giving it the brain power it needs to survive from birth.

"Emergency" Gold Treasures Found in Holy Land   National Geographic - June 20, 2012
Though separated by a thousand years, two newfound "emergency hoards" from Israel - including gold jewelry and coins - may have been hidden by ancient families fleeing unknown dangers, archaeologists say. Revealed late last month, these 3,000-year-old rings (foreground) and earrings, from the older hoard, were found in a ceramic jug among the ruins of a house. Though unearthed in 2010, the vessel concealed its cargo until late last year, when scientists began molecular analysis of the contents.

How Easter Island's statues walked   MSNBC - June 20, 2012

Three teams, one on each side and one in the back, maneuver an Easter Island statue replica down a road in Hawaii, hinting that prehistoric farmers who didn't have the wheel may have transported these statues in this manner. The experiment was led by archaeologists Terry Hunt and Carl Lipo and is reported in the July issue of National Geographic magazine.

Feel-Good Brain Chemical's Role in Sleep   Live Science - June 20, 2012
A feel-good brain chemical called dopamine has been linked to everything from laziness and creativity to impulsivity and a tendency to partake in one-night stands. Now, we can add sleep regulation to that list. When dopamine latches onto its receptor in a special part of the brain, it seems to signal the body to "wake up" by turning down levels of the sleepiness hormone melatonin, the researchers found. The first clue to this new discovery came when researchers noticed that dopamine receptor 4, a protein on the outside of certain cells that binds to dopamine, was active in the part of the brain called pineal gland. This gland regulates our internal clock, known as our circadian rhythm, by releasing melatonin in response to light.

Synchronized probes explore Bermuda Triangle's swirling vortices   PhysOrg - June 20, 2012
Some might say that University of Washington oceanographers did well to only lose one of 21 underwater probes, given that they were deployed near the notorious Bermuda Triangle, where boats and airplanes have been known to disappear without a trace. The scientists chose the location to research its swirling whirlpools via a pioneering experiment that repeatedly sent the probes deep into the ocean and back to the surface in unison.

It's Not Just Summer, World Keeps Warming   Live Science - June 20, 2012
The world's political and environmental leaders gather in Rio de Janeiro tomorrow to assess the state of the planet's health 20 years after the first such gathering in 1992. But if science is any guide, Earth still needs some help. Several new climate studies reveal various aspects of the same foreboding problem: the atmosphere continues to warm, glaciers continue melting and seas keep rising.

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

At Stonehenge

Summer Solstice

The Watchers of Stonehenge

People are drawn to Stonehenge for many reasons - especially when the sun speaks to them. As in ancient times, they pray to .... the sun ... invisible gods ... aliens. How primitive. You should be beyond this. Look at the image of the praying statue. Does it take you back to ancient rituals you read about and think, "That was then but we are far more advanced today." People observe holidays and rituals, then go back to their programmed lifestyles. If you celebrate holidays - has that changed your life? Earth customs have always been strange to me.

Huge statue back at Stonehenge
BBC - June 19, 2012

A seven tonne steel statue is to be dismantled and moved to Stonehenge for a second time. The 22ft (6.70m) figure, called Ancestor, was first installed at the ancient monument in 2010 but has since been at Solstice Park near Amesbury. Last year, creators Andy Rawlings and Michelle Topps failed to sell the statue on e-Bay. It will be at Stonehenge for the Summer Solstice before being moved to Salisbury for the Olympic torch event.

Ways to Celebrate the Summer Solstice - June 19, 2012
Each year, thousands gather at Stonehenge, the 5000-year-old stone circle in England, to see the sun rise on the summer solstice. For some it's sacred but for others its one of the largest summer kickoff parties on the planet.

June 20, 2012

Summer Solstice


Monday, June 18, 2012


It would seem the topic of drones has hit home, through soldier clients who fly them over enemy areas for different reasons. The soldiers work 6 months, then spend the next 6 months mentally recovering here or in Europe - the only good part being the huge salary which they save to open a business after a few years. Social life ... limited. Family and friends ... its all on a need-to-know basis. Enemies ... except for the political machines in the world, people are not necessarily our enemies as the eternal fight for freedom rages on and people forget life before ... and what the real issues are. Again we ask ... why are we there? what have we gained and lost? This is not just about war ... but about life.

  Target al Qaeda: An inside look at Obama's drone program   Yahoo - June 18, 2012
One of the most lasting legacies President Obama will likely hand over to his successor, whether in 2013 or in 2017, is the use of drone aircrafts for targeted killings. A new book from Newsweek-The Daily Beast reporter Dan Klaidman delves into the successes and failures of Obama's drone program

Milky Way Above Easter Island   NASA - June 18, 2012

What message does this bring to you about the Giants of Easter Island and 2012?

When the moon is in phase we will know and we will return.

June 19, 2012

New Moon 28° Gemini

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Happy Father's Day

Watching the solar storm and other storms on the horizon ...

This week, the focus can only be in one place ... the economy and what could lead to world wide economic panic in the days ahead as fathers - on Father's Day - worry about how they will be able to take care of their families in an uncertain future ... providing a secure home ... in a world filled with lost and wandering souls.

The Economy and Elections

Egypt has guided humanity's journey since the inception of this grid reality. 5,000 years ago the people prepared for the annual flooding of the Nile (June 25) which signaled a new year and a new beginning. 5,000 years later, new beginnings in Egypt take hold. There is more going on here than meets the metaphor "eye".

Greece ... Another ancient civilization that shaped the world back in the day and today ...

June 20, 2012 - World Refugee Day

Other Influences ...

June 19, 2012

New Moon 28° Gemini

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Happy Father's Day

Father's Day Blog June 17, 2012
Bo and his dad in Nicaragua

In the beginning ...

Friday evening, I sat by the shore with Pat and watched the waves splashing up over the rocks and sand ... sometimes coming within inches of where we were ... the way we were. Everywhere around us were reminders of the beginning of the journey here. I could sense what one would call a UFO and forces of creation ... who ... like us were ... watching ... waiting ...

Later, as we walked back to the car, we created a humorous story about coming to Earth and what is was like when there was nothing. A huge sign on the beach said Welcome and we remembered that we chose to stay a while and create programs.

Pat saw giant footprints in the sand with deep sneaker treads and said, "Look, I found hieroglyphs" as on we walked towards our destinies ... Coney Island ... the amusement park (reality) ... a symbolic red candy apple ... The energies are no longer here but above in the Waiting Place.

I enjoy being a storyteller, but alas one has to know when to say, "In the sands of time ... that's all she wrote ... The End."

Friday, June 15, 2012

June's Sacred
Summer Spaces

It's almost summer, and with that comes the longest day of the year - June 20th, the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere, and people are marking the solstice with events around the world, starting this weekend. On that day, the sun moves into the sign of Cancer, which seems very important in 2012.

2012 is almost half over. Has the time passed quickly for you? In our electromagnetic consciousness grid - magnetics are decreasing while frequency is increasing giving the illusion of time accelerating, when in truth, it is slowing down to zero point. What do you predict for the summer of 2012?

Tuesday, June 19, 2012 we have a New Moon 28° Gemini. Monday, June 25, a Gateway opens linked to Sirius -- the heliacal rising of Sirius marked the flooding of the Nile in Ancient Egypt.


Spain is in the news for two reasons. First, we have the financial crisis Contagion in Italy, Spain worries EU than Greek exit: Bruno   CNBC - June 15, 2012. Yesterday I blogged -- The rain may not be in Spain, but in the US these days, but Spain is indeed drowning along with the euro zone.

Next, we have a major discovery in Spain that caught my attention, as I have been blogging about caves this week among other synchronicities. The words "El Castillo" took me to El Castillo - The Temple of Kukulkan - which takes us to Z as Quetzalcoatl and the blogs below. The cave, of course, is a symbolic reference to the mind - human and collective unconscious.


Red dot becomes 'oldest cave art'   BBC - June 14, 2012

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The El Castillo Cave in Spain -- The refined dating shows these paintings to be far older than anyone thought. Red dots, hand stencils and animal figures represent the oldest examples yet found of cave art in Europe. The symbols on the walls at 11 Spanish locations, including the World Heritage sites of Altamira, El Castillo and Tito Bustillo have long been recognized for their antiquity. But researchers have now used refined dating techniques to get a more accurate determination of their ages. One motif - a faint red dot - is said to be more than 40,000 years old.


New dating method shows cave art is older: Did Neanderthals do it?   MSNBC - June 14, 2012

When archaeologists tried out a new technique to determine the age of Spain's most famous Paleolithic cave paintings, they were surprised to discover that the paintings were thousands of years older than previously thought - so old that it's conceivable they were painted by Neanderthals. The technique just might change the way we think about the paintings, and the way we think about our long-extinct, long-maligned Neanderthal cousins as well.

Hand stencils and the outlines of animals dominate "The Panel of Hands" in Spain's El Castillo cave. One of the stencils has been dated to earlier than 37,300 years ago, and a red disk goes back at least 40,800 years, making them the oldest cave paintings in Europe.

The "Corredor de los Puntos" lies within Spain's El Castillo cave. Red disks here have been dated to between 34,000 and 36,000 years ago, and elsewhere in the cave to 40,800 years ago, making them examples of Europe's earliest cave art.

Thursday, June 14, 2012


There's a close asteroid fly-by tonight at 8:00 pm Eastern Time.
  Discovery - June 14, 2012

Hi Z ... Zoroaster- oid

Thursday Memos

There are so many great new files this week, I just keep archiving them to share on Facebook and to post on the Home Page. Please click on them from the lists above.


What's up in the city ... gridlock alert as President Obama comes to town on US Flag Day.


The rain may not be in Spain, but in the US these days, but Spain is indeed drowning along with the euro zone. Spain's debt hits record as euro zone crisis worsens   Reuters - June 14, 2012


Sports -- When I was a little girl living in Coney Island, NYC had 3 baseball teams - the NY Yankees, the Brooklyn Dodgers, and the NY Giants. Coming from Brooklyn ... it was a day spent at Ebbets Field watching the Dodgers, who eventually moved to California along with the Giants. Ellie grew up and discovered there was a world of adventures out there, though sports were always part of my experience. We segue now to June 13, 2012 and the San Francisco Giants ... Cain throws first perfect game in Giants history

This is indeed the year of the Giants as the football Giants won Superbowl.

Then there's the other Giants ... also called Ancient Aliens or the Anunnaki due to make history in 2012.

Aliens in the news ...

  Seth Shostak: ET is (probably) out there -- get ready - June 14, 2012

  UFO Sighting in 1952 Kicked Off Britain's Behind-The-Scenes Flying Saucer Debate   Huffington Post - June 14, 2012
When Queen Elizabeth II, who recently celebrated her Diamond Jubilee marking her 60-year reign in Great Britain, took the throne in 1952, another subject was also causing a bit of a buzz on both sides of the Atlantic -- UFOs.

  Werner Bock Blames Death Rays, Aliens For Cows' Deaths; Faces Charges In Canada   Huffington Post - June 14, 2012
A Canadian farmer has lost at least 250 cows in the past 10 years. While the government has charged him and says he failed to feed them, the farmer claims the alien defense.

Spielberg's E.T. sequel woulda had kid torture, carnivorous aliens   Blastr - June 14, 2012

Spielberg's TV series Falling Skies returns Sunday night on TNT.

Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico

New File, Great Photos, New Discovery, No Alien Bodies or UFOs Though

Trying to figure out the message of 36 Around 1

This article overlaps with the myth about the return of Quetzalcoatl the serpent God on December 21, 2012. From William Henry -- The Mayans tell us that in 2012 a serpent rope is going to emerge from the center of our Milky Way galaxy out of which will step a bearded god of enlightenment. Look for the metaphors as you the read the file.

Headed for the Sky Thunderbolts - June 14, 2012

In parts of the Amazonian rainforest, traditional costume included a headdress consisting of a circular arrangement of feathers. The ring of 36 feathers, most of which are white, lacks an obvious counterpart in the skies we see above us. In stark contrast to the modern world, traditional societies often used to derive their fashion standards from mythological or religious sources, looking backward rather than ahead for inspiration. None of this would make any headlines were it not for the awkward fact that the world or the sky looks nothing like the Kayapo outfit. If the heavens are circular, no vertical 'rope' is seen to dangle down from the centre. Neither the central red feather on top nor the two orange feathers flanking the bottom strike one as familiar.

Father's Day Blog June 17, 2012 Bo and his dad in Nicaragua

Wednesday, June 13, 2012


There's been a lot in the news about Fracking from changing its name to environmental impacts, including contamination of ground water, risks to air quality, the migration of gases and hydraulic fracturing chemicals to the surface, surface contamination from spills and flow-back, the health effects of these, and of course further fracturing of the North American Plate.

Tuesday night on Rizzoli & Isles

... the storyline had to do with a guru who owns acres of property and was out for financial gain by fracking the people and the land. The two hot humorous female stars - Sasha Alexander and Angie Harmon - who work for the Boston PD said, "What the frack," and went in search of answers. Lots of jokes about the bad guys saying, "Go in Love and Light!" then fracking them over and leaving them trapped in a car as flood waters closed in around them. We all know how fracking ends ... with a major climax and a happy ending.

Health Habits That Are A Waste of Time

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Today is 6.12.12

You may have noted changes in the sky, color frequencies off, planets and other celestial objects not where they should be, etc. You may have thought your eyes were playing tricks, it's part of the grid matrix collapsing, or something else. You were probably right - nothing is as it seems anymore and the most astute observer will pick up on that ...

The Color Purple

Here is a photo of a purple sun.

Stare at it. Does it appear to shrink?

Reality is an optical illusion.

Here's a link to a purple sun that happened in 2007.

Email from my friend Ron in Sparta, New Jersey

    Hi Ellie,

    Sunday night, I was home with my sons just before sunset. I opened the front door and there on the horizon, between the houses across the street, I looked out at the setting sun. I had never seen a sun like this in my life. The sunset wasn't purple, just the sun was. Seriously.

    I called my children to come and look. They were just as surprised as I was as we watched the sun set together. It's not every day you see a purple sun. I'm sure there is a physical explanation for the color - some equating it with CME activity. It could have to do with color spectrums in higher frequency merging with our grid at this time. Lots of explanations go through your mind when you're standing there watching a purple sun with your 4 sons - and there is no way to explain it to them.

    We tried to take pictures, but our cell phone cameras couldn't handle shooting directly at the sun light. I have included 2 pictures and you can see some of the purple color but the rest is washed out. It was truly the most unusual sunset I have ever encountered.

    I had to wonder about a connection to your mission statement that you and I have talked about since we met in June 2002 - exactly one decade ago. Tuesday 6.12.12

A minor geomagnetic storm that crested during the opening hours of June 12th is subsiding now. At maximum, it ranked 5 on the 0-to-9 K-index scale of magnetic disturbances and turned the skies purple over Dawsonville, New Brunswick.

Perception of Higher Frequency Colors