Heidelberg Adventures


Monday 29 August 2005

The journey back into Germany took no time at all, especially as Dora was back as spirit 'guide' taking us to our next destination, Heidelberg.

We took the scenic route to Heidelberg, again passing many quaint buildings. Symbolically, Pat 'saw' trees that appeared to have silver treads, or veins running through them.

On to Heidelberg, a charming city featuring many of the quaint old buildings and reminders of past programs that echo through the grids.

The town is long and narrow and dominated by Heidelberg Castle which perches 80 metres above the Neckar River on the steep, wooded hill of the Konigstuhl.


Heidelberg Castle

I took this picture later that day, from the forest on the other side of the Neckar.

We drove to the top of the hill, parked, and explored the castle.
Many sections are currently under renovation.




Ancient Architecture


I found another water fountain that called to me.

The window, the water, the tree, and me.

It reminded me of the Grail Cup.

Mary Magdalene and the Holy Grail - Bloodlines.




Notice the flat building on the right.
There is something written on the wall near the top.

Close-up


Pat, enjoying the view of Heidelberg from the castle.

The Neckar River

The next day we would take a cruise on the river.

We sat outside the castle on a bench, closed our eyes, felt pressure at certain points around the head area, and received the following messages.

Once again we got the message ... all was in readiness for closure. Slowly we walked back to the car, stopping to look at the work of a local artist. I stopped to talk to a local man who gave me driving directions to the forest on the other side of the Neckar River, which beckoned us to the next adventure. >>>>>>>




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