Moving On After A Catastrophe

You may recall that in August 2005, after Katrina hit New Orleans, a reader named Brigitte, a white woman, shared her story with us, as she and her family fled to safety in the aftermath. She recently sent me this follow-up to her adventure.

Could you survive if everything was suddenly swept away?

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In the late 1990's many people sensed prophesized end times, which grow ever closer as physical reality gives way to evolving consciousness. People believed the worst would happen and planned for it. For some it came. For others it became a doorway to new horizons that mirror our experiences and lessons in 3D.

... And so consciousness emerged in the 21st century grid, ready for the battle, yet not really. We are tired. There was great sorrow and loss, but that is always true in the human experiment. It's nothing new, just information more readily accessible in a world gone crazy while the healers persevere and we try to make sense of it all while awaiting a final outcome ... on many fronts.

If you consider Katrina brutal, and too close to home ... what about Indonesia, Asia, and Africa, hit hard by endless Earth changes? The wave returns as we roll into 2007.

They're all flood stories.


Art: Bill Bragg





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