Mount St. Helens, St Michael's Mount, Mont Saint Michel

Monday I wrote about 2 Mounts that fascinated me, St Michael's Mount and Mont Saint Michel.

One grid prophecy foretells of Zero Point beginning with the eruption of a volcano in the west. I have always seen it in my mind. Eskimo Woman mentions: "Cold the blue Pacific water, when the mammoth mountain blooms."

Many volcanoes in the Ring of Fire are now becoming active, especially since the underwater earthquake and resulting tsunami on December 26, 2004, are a wake-up call for humanity. Pay attention to earth changes as they affect everything.

The image above is from the NASA Website, 9 May 2006, Astronomy Picture of the Day "Rock Slab Growing at Mt. St. Helens Volcano."

Update, Thursday 12 May 2006 ... "Rock Chunk Falls From Mount St. Helens" - AP

About Mount St. Helens

Mountains, Pyramids

A mount/mountain is shaped like a pyramid. Its shape triggers consciousness. People throughout history have climbed mountains to: connect with their god or to seek their greater purpose. I, too, have climbed mountains in different parts of the world, each time receiving knowledge and a sense of higher connection.

Pyramids and mountains have an apeX, the top connecting above and below at zero point, the Hourglass Effect, where time and reality are sometimes breached.

Breaching goes to whale behavior, a lunge or leap out of the water, the 'fin' of the volcano.
(Water Metaphors and Eskimo Woman Prophecy)

Mountains often have caves. Caves representing the mind through which we experience consciously at the physical level and often encounter higher frequency entities or other aspects of our soul who have come to guide. Remote View with my friend Steve, January 2000

One of my favorite images...
Stone Steps [generally 6, 12, or 13]
[Metaphors: Stones, healing crystal, ice, mountain, full moon]
Tibetan Master/Monk/Teacher, 13 May, Taurus Full Moon, Wesak
Volcanoes, the mind/cave exploding , 'the stroke' of midnight
midnight blue, tick tock, 12:00, 12:12, 2012, all related.

Apparition of St. Michael the Archangel Seen, May 8, 492 AD

St Michael's Mount
    ("The grey rock in the wood")

Mont Saint Michel

Guido Reni's archangel Michael (in the Capuchin church of Sta. Maria della Concezione, Rome)
tramples Satan with the vividly recognizable features of Pope Innocent X.

Alleged Apparition of St. Michael the Archangel

Michael the Archangel

Situated on either side of the English Channel and precariously perched upon coastal rock outcroppings are the famous medieval pilgrimage shrines of St. Michael's Mount and Mont Saint Michel. At both sites, visions of the archangel were seen during the fifth century and the histories of the two shrines are intimately connected with one another. Continued

St Michael's Mount (Cornish name: Carrack Looz en Cooz) is a lofty pyramidal tidal island, exhibiting a curious combination of slate and granite, rising 400 yards (400 m) from the shore of Mount's Bay, situated in Penwith in west Cornwall, England, in the extreme south western peninsula of the island of Britain. It is united with Marazion by a natural causeway cast up by the sea, and passable only at low tide. Its Cornish language name, literally, "the grey rock in the wood", may represent a folk memory of a time before Mount's Bay was flooded. Certainly, the Cornish name would be an accurate description of the Mount set in woodland. Recollections of a forest sunk at the same time as the flooding of Lyonesse are strong in local legend. Historically St Michael's Mount was a Cornish counterpart of Mont Saint Michel in Normandy, France. St Michael's Mount is known colloquially by locals as simply the Mount.    Continued

The Legend

On 8 May 492 AD a man named Gargan was pasturing his large herds in the countryside. One day a bull fled to the mountain, where at first it could not be found. When its refuge in a cave was discovered, an arrow was shot into the cave, but the arrow returned to wound the one who had sent it. Faced with so mysterious an occurrence, the persons concerned decided to consult the bishop of the region. He ordered three days of fasting and prayers. After three days, the Archangel Saint Michael appeared to the bishop and declared that the cavern where the bull had taken refuge was under his protection and that God wanted it to be consecrated under his name in honor of all the Holy Angels.

Accompanied by his clergy and people, the pontiff went to that cavern, which he found already disposed in the form of a church. The divine mysteries were celebrated there, and there arose in this same place a magnificent temple where the divine Power has wrought great miracles. To thank God's adorable goodness for the protection of the holy Archangel, the effect of His merciful Providence, this feast day was instituted by the Church in his honor. It is said of this special guardian and protector of the Church that, during the final persecution of Antichrist, he will powerfully defend it and at that time shall Michael rise up, the great prince who protects the children of thy people. (Daniel 12:1)