Cloud Speak ... Z in a Bubble
Thursday evening, Pat and I sat in my living room, talking about our upcoming trip to Germany, prophecy, and the Native American theme that runs through Ellie's World this week. I was recounting a story about an experience I had earlier in the day, while reading a female client, who asked me about 'Sarah and Alexander'. The image of an elephant appeared before me which I often associate with myself, Ellie. Suddenly the room began to shake. Feeling the tremors, my client asked if we were having an earthquake. I was not alarmed, understanding that on some level a message about my work were being acknowledged .... by Zeus, perhaps? (laugh). Five minutes later all became calm. No one in my building reported anything unusual during the rest of the day, so as with all of the anomalies in my apartment, I chalked it up to experience.
As Pat and I sat and talked, my attention was suddenly riveted to the bridge just outside. There before us was a strange cloud formation over the Verrazano Bridge. I am certain there is a scientific explanation for the formation, but in this case, I was looking for the metaphors. In the 13 years I have lived here, I have never seen anything like this. Unlike the other clouds that moved above us at this time, this formation remained from 8:00-8:45 pm with slight variations, almost like a Lenticular Cloud. I grabbed my digital camera, walked out on the terrace with Pat, and began to take pictures.
The cloud rose slowly until it
blocked the opening of the Arch.
A short time later, it drifted slowly to the right then
returned to the center and hovered for a while.
The cloud dissipated, moving east. Note the position of the orb.
... Metaphors ...
At this moment, a strong scent of wild flowers wafted through the room.
Pat and I discussed the time loop through which we spiral endlessly, sometimes hopelessly, soon to arrive at zero point. Pat mentioned that as we get closer to the end of the program, her deja vu experiences have escalated. This would also apply to synchronicities, as the veils between realities thin out and the illusion dissipates.
Pat liked this layered formation.
Great Pyramid Design Masonic [female, sound] Programming
Passage through the Spinal Column, Ascension
As the cloud formation was elliptical, Pat said it reminded her of a UFO, so we jokingly called to the aliens to takes us for a ride. There are occasional reports of UFO sightings over the bridge, but once again we are stranded on the plateau!
The clouds reminded us of veils lifting so souls could see clearly. As the cloud moved upward, I 'saw' souls rising, crossing over the bridge. Pat physically saw a golden light within the cloud, which may have been the sun's reflection, but has great symbology.
Pat and I connected with White Bear Medicine Woman linked with shamanism. Pat's message was a pyramid with spirals of energy moving up.
I immediately thought of the Egyptian funerary scene weighing the feather.
Thoth Thought, Consciousness
and, of course
Zoro-aster, Zero Point Aster [star, soul sparks] [Read on...]
In shamanism bears are totem animals or power animals. This takes us to the very source of 'nature in motion', the summer solstice, shamanism, the rhythm of drumming, sweat lodges and cleansing, as we meditate, initiate, and activate our DNA to uncover our lost wisdom and soul's purpose.
There is a Pawnee legend about White Bear Medicine Woman. She was born with the spirit of a bear, after her father killed a bear while she was in her mother's womb. She is the origin of the Bear Medicine Ceremony invoking healing powers by actions of a bear based on her narrative myth.
White Bear Medicine Woman is connected to the wheel, circles.
With Bear Medicine we find this website...
If you like bears, you should maybe look into some books on interpreting dreams; especially if you're a heavy dreamer. If you need a lot of sleep, it may be Bear working. This female receptive energy, for centuries has allowed visionaries, mystics, and shamans to prophesy.
The strength of Bear medicine is the power of introspection. Bear is not one to make snap decisions, nor one to ramrod or force into any position. Bear takes in all available information, takes it into his quiet place, studies that information carefully, gives it careful thought for a while, and then reaches his own informed decisions based on the facts at hand. Bear is the one who says, "I have to think about this. I'll be in touch later." You can rely on opinions coming from a Bear person as being well thought out and thorough, and based on the facts given. To accomplish the goals and dreams that we carry, the art of introspection is necessary.
Bear is a fierce warrior, especially when protecting their young. They appear to be lumbering and slow, but can have lightning speed when threatened. They love fish when they can get it, but they also eat berries, honey, etc. Bear people like home and shelter, and like to be warm and cozy.
With Bear Medicine, the power of knowing has invited you to enter the silence and become acquainted with the Dream Lodge, so that your goals may become concrete realities. This is the strength of Bear.
Bears in Mythology
The bear is a national emblem of Russia.
Numerous cities around the world have adopted the bear as a symbol, notably the Swiss capital Bern, which takes its name from the German for bear, bar. The bear is also the name-emblem of Berlin.
Bears are a common symbol of , . In the arms of the bishopric of Freising the bear is the dangerous totem animal tamed by Saint Corbinian and made to carry his civilized baggage over the mountains: the allegory of the civilizing influence of Christianity is inescapable.
The bear is also the name-emblem of Berlin, barlein meaning small bear. Bears are a common symbol of , Read More ...
Bear Clan Origin Myth
Bear Constellation, Ursa Major
Big Dipper Stars in Summer Sky Space.com, June 10, 2005
The seven brightest stars of Ursa Major form a famous asterism known in the United Kingdom as the Plough, and was formerly called by the old name Charles's Wain ("wain" meaning "wagon") as it still is in Scandinavia, Karlavagnen. This common Germanic name originally meant the men's wagon (churls' wagon) in contrast to the women's wagon (Ursa Minor). There is also a theory that it was named after Charlemagne. In North America it is commonly known as the Big Dipper, because the major stars can be seen to follow the rough outline of a large ladle, or dipper; this is recognized as a grouping of stars in many cultures throughout the eras. In Hindu astronomy, it is referred to as Sapta Rishi meaning "The Seven Sages". Read More ...
Asterism derives from the Greek word for 'star', 'aster'. In astronomy, an asterism is a recognized pattern of stars seen in Earth's sky which is neither an official constellation nor a true star cluster. Asterisms are considered to be distinct from constellations, although the origin of most constellations is also a recognizable pattern of stars. An asterism might be a part of a constellation, a pattern composed of stars from two or more constellations, or a smaller distinctive pattern of stars which are not physically associated and are therefore not classified as a cluster. Examples of Asterisms
Aster, in reference to a planet, or to a particular configuration of planets or a conjunction of planets and stars, might be implicit in Matthew's description of the Star (aster) of Bethlehem which, if it was not an angelic or supernatural phenomenon, need not have been a single star. Aster is also associated with Zoroaster. The 3 Magi were Zoroastrian priests.
Some people report bear sightings in patterns, meaning bears come into a neighborhood, stay a few days, then return 3 weeks later, or whatever the pattern is, as if on cue!
- An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Traditional Symbols ,
Feathers symbolize wings, flying and ascension,
rotation and spin, spirals of consciousness to the center.
Hoag's Ring Galaxy
Milky Way Galaxy ['M' 'W', Reversed]
Sagittarius archer, heart center
The Eye, Bull's Eye, Taurus, Cow, Bull
Animal Prophecies and White Buffalo Calf Woman
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The white calf is named Cante Pejuta, or Medicine Heart.
Her mother, formerly “cow No. 9,” is now Spirit Mother. Click
Courier Journal, June 8, 2005
This white buffalo is unique as it links to 9/11.
The white calf, regarded as a sacred symbol by Lakota Sioux and other Plains Indian tribes, is a granddaughter of the ranch's former big star, award-winning bull Chief Joseph, a hefty 3,000-pound sire that had cost the Allens $101,000.
The bull was struck by lightning on Sept. 11, 2001, and died two weeks later.
So the Allens, who own the Buffalo Crossing Restaurant & Family Fun Ranch, were delighted by the calf's birth.
"The appearance of a white buffalo is regarded by some followers of American Indian spirituality as on par with the Christian idea of the second coming of Christ," said Bob Pickering, a researcher at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyo. "I've heard at least one Lakota elder make that claim," said Pickering, whose book Seeing the White Buffalo delves into the legend of the creatures.
"As the story goes, Lakota Sioux rituals and beliefs were brought to the tribe by a spiritual being known as the White Buffalo Calf Woman," Pickering said.
A white buffalo calf is interpreted as the sacred reincarnation of the woman, he said. Historically, the white buffalo is probably about the most spiritual being on the prairie," he said.
Pickering estimated the incidence of white buffalo births at about 16 per million.
He said there are three reasons white calves sometimes appear ... they may be:
"The calf is not an albino," said Julie Allen, noting that its eyes are brown, not pink.
Flicking her ears and whisking her tail back and forth, the 40-to-50-pound calf resembles a lamb.
"In the past, Indians sacrificed white buffalo as sacred offerings, but now they avoid doing that," Pickering said.
About 600 buffalo roam the Allens' 1,000 acres. They raise buffalo primarily for meat and to serve in the restaurant on their property. But in keeping with tradition, the white calf, which has yet to be named, likely will be spared.
From a Crystalinks' reader named Sue
I looked up the location of the Buffalo ranch on map quest. The address is 1140 Bagdad Road, Shelbyville, KY. This is on KY 12, west of Bagdad and south of Christianburg. The ranch looks to be close to the junction of the road leading north to Christianburg. Bagdad is a real town. Kentucky's only female governor, Martha Layne Collins attended Bagdad High School with my ex mother-in-law.
There was a story circulating a few years ago that some felt Bagdad should change its name after 9/11. The residents said, "No, if the state capital can remain Frankfort through two world wars, Bagdad can stay Bagdad. Neither is spelt the same in Kentucky anyway." Actually, Frankfort was "Frank's Fort".
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