Ellie's World November 15-21

November 21, 2009

Sun in Sagittarius

Happy Birthday to the Sagittarius readers.

"Fringe" The Observers

Thursday November 19, 2009

August may be the eighth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar, (measuring time) but on tonight's episode of Fringe, August was the name of one of the Observers.

Watch "August" on Hulu

The Observers are bald guys (reminiscent of gray aliens and also seemingly devoid of emotions) who most likely come from a parallel universe, the central theme on the show, and that which keeps me interested. The rest of the episodes are more like X-Files, which had one major storyline - alien grays and their agendas culminating on December 21, 2012 - while other episodes were about paranormal events borrowed from ancient myths among other more current anomalous recordings.

"Fringe" hasn't quite mastered the art of making the monsters of the week evoke the characters' plights or echo a poignant moral quandary that exists in the world. Of course, even at its best, "The X-Files" found it hard to execute that sort of thing week to week. Most weeks, "Fringe" is a relatively entertaining genre pastiche with good production values. I just wish we were getting more answers about the alternate dimension, Peter's past, Massive Dynamic and William Bell. When questions like those are dangling, it's hard to get excited about the murderous freak in the underground tunnels.

Thursday's "Fringe," which contained a lot of Observer mythology, was a treat. We don't quite know what the Observer is or isn't. He's an intriguing oddity. All we really know for sure is that he likes hot sauce and lots of it. The Observer is far and wide the coolest, strangest, and most mysterious figure in ever growing Fringe lore. The bald retro suited semi-psychic always seems to show up when something weird is going down.

Currently, in major cities, as a promotion for the show, bald headed actors are dressed up to look like Observers.

"August" Plot

If You are an Observer, you noticed the Observer in most episodes of Seasons 1 & 2.

Dream Logic
Hulu at (26:26)

Momentum Deferred

The Observer was spotted just outside Massive Dynamic,
as Olivia leaves to meet (then fight) bad Charlie.

Night of Desirable Objects
The Observer was spotted at the Hughes' house, standing in the field,
around the time Agent Jessup shows up and finds the bible.

The Observer in the Fringe episode Earthling at the airport while Broyles is talking to
Olivia on the phone, just before she sees the Shadow Man on the surveillance video.

This Observer is a teenage boy who Olivia befriended in Season 1.

To date "Fringe" had only one male adult Observer and one male child Observer.

Thursday night, "Fringe" introduced 3 more Observers, including August, which begs the question: Are there 12 Observers? Apparently they are time travelers who are here to observe, not interfere, but sometimes emotions cloud judgment, as in the case of August. Thursday we learned that the observers have been recorded at moments in history that are - historical, scientific, and technological.

On Thursday's show, time as non-linear, was demonstrated by a scientist at Massive Dynamics. That didn't work for me. The holographic demonstration that was shown to me on the ship in 1954, was much better. Holograms work best, especially a hologram within a hologram.

This Observer saved Walter and Peter's life 15 years ago.

He has become emotionally attached to Walter and offers much for future storylines.

More Science and Fiction Below ...

New Moon, Blue Moon, The Dog, Ouroboros, Goddesses

Please observe many of the hidden themes

"New Moon" - The Allure of the Vampire

Sci Fi sells these days, more so than ever before as consciousness emerges from its cocoon and into the light. Whatever is beyond, seems to possess a power many wish to recapture. The current buzz is about the movie premiere of New Moon part of the Twilight series of four vampire-based fantasy/romance novels by American author Stephenie Meyer.

There is something compelling about the energies of a Vampire that connects for some people - legends going back in time to many ancient civilizations. I loved the erotic and spiritual dynamic of the male vampire and the human woman in the TV series Moonlight that sadly aired for just one season.

One of the more popular Vampires was Count Dracula who many believed was real and may still live today. Years ago, I had the pleasure of seeing Frank Langella in the role of Dracula on Broadway. The audience sat spellbound.

Dracula is arguably one of the most famous villains in popular culture. He has been portrayed by more actors in more film and television adaptations than any other horror character. Actors who have played him include Max Schreck, Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney, Jr., John Carradine, Christopher Lee, Denholm Elliot, Jack Palance, Udo Kier, Louis Jourdan, Frank Langella, Klaus Kinski, Gary Oldman, Leslie Nielsen, George Hamilton, Gerard Butler, Richard Roxburgh and Rutger Hauer. The character is closely associated with the cultural archetype of the vampire, and remains a popular Halloween costume.

New Moon
  Premieres November 20, 2009

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Shape Shifters and Shimmers

Wednesday November 18, 2009

  Ellie's World Blog Talk Radio (42 minutes)

Ellie Interviewed Alana Stewart Author of "My Journey with Farrah"

Dawn Before Nova
NASA - November 17, 2009

Every now and again I find an image that calls out and reminds me of creation. The image above is so replete with metaphors, I wouldn't know where to begin. Briefly, it speaks of creation through the Eye of the spiraling Milky Way Galaxy - light and sound manifest into the collective unconsciousness, soul sparks submerging into their creation through the cave of the mind (consciousness), into the bubble of our reality - a bubble that will soon burst allowing souls to return home.

And then there's the crescent moons and the goddess energies ...

A Goddess by Any Other Name

Monday was one of those banner days for me, the kind we all wait for and embrace. The weather was surprising warm, clear and fall-like, which always adds to the energies of the moment. In the evening, as I sat on my sofa facing out to the bridge, in the energies of the New Moon in Scorpio, I shared the events of the day with my friend Geri.

Suddenly an entity appeared I never would have expected. Mind you, I have had my fair share of entities here from aliens to Jesus himself, but this was new. Though I have researched the Hindu Pantheon of Gods and Goddesses, I have never felt drawn to that part of the program. Egypt and Sumer are home to me and where my soul originates.

As Geri and I were finishing our conversation, suddenly the ...

Hindu Goddess

appeared before me.

At first I wasn't sure who she was or why she was here. I described her to Geri who know about Shakti, especially as I described her standing in a lotus flower. I felt this huge wave of love emanating from her as she showed me the universe and evolution, as a confirmation of my work. I have to admit, it was a pretty cool experience. And then she was gone and I realized just how close we are to closure, a feeling of elation sweeping over me.

From there it was off to my computer to Wiki 'Shakti'. After reading about her, I felt honored that she had taken the time for a visit. Shakti takes us to the same soul playing who played the role of other creational goddesses in creation myths.

Goddess Energies Continue ...

There is a part of Angelina Jolie's destiny that was set in motion by the two Tomb Raider films in which she starred. It's more than her beauty, talent, charisma, and colorful lifestyle. It has to do with goddess energies on many levels that ignite something within certain souls in the grid. Of all the people I have ever seen, she seems to be one of the more powerful forces on the planet guided by her own brand of spirituality and creation (Mother Goddess archetypes). Speaking of brands - it would appear Angie has chosen the serpent archetype in designing her new jewelry line - The Protector Collection.

Angelina Jolie And Brad PittÕs New Role: Jewelry Designers

The Journey of the Ouroboros

On November 23, 1616, a famous English mathematician was born. His name was John Wallis who lived and worked in an age when scientists merged mathematical discoveries with allegorical symbolism, though much was secreted away. Wallis is given partial credit for the development of modern calculus and also for introducing the symbol for infinity.

Merging science and pseudoscience we find that the infinity symbol is the same as the ouroboros as things repeat in the loops and cycles of time and patterns abound in rhythm as if a code humanity will one day decipher. Why is the ouroboros important today? It goes to predictions of everything coming full circle on December 21, 2012 - a theory called Suntelia Aion which takes us to the eye of the Milky Way Galaxy and Zero Point or Eye of the Spiral through which consciousness evolved and will soon return.

Three years after John Wallis was born, on December 4, 1619 - 38 English settlers arrived at Berkeley Hundred, which comprised about 8,000 acres on the north bank of the James River, about 20 miles upstream from Jamestown, where the first permanent settlement of the Colony of Virginia had been established on May 14, 1607.

Two year later, in the autumn of 1621, the origins of Thanksgiving were established - a celebration at the Plymouth Plantation, where the Plymouth settlers held a harvest feast after a successful growing season. It is this iconic event that is generally referred to as the "First Thanksgiving."

Almost 400 years later, much has played out on these shores, but Thanksgiving traditions continue. The warriors continue to play their games on the battlefields. The businessmen continue to play their games with higher stakes resulting in greater losses or greater gains. The poets and writers continue to enrich each generation with their words. The healers and teachers bring forth wisdom in ways that align with the consciousness of their generation, yet the messages have never changed. The alchemists have become the scientists as technology brings us from the darkness into the light and beyond. There is much to be said about consciousness evolving in the Age of Enlightenment. But that was then and this is now when the true Age of Enlightenment comes to pass and the story of humanity's journey through the ouroboros (DNA snake) comes to an end. For this I give thanks. It's been interesting.

Ouroboros Facts from VisWiki
Cool website especially for those who enjoy ancient mysteries

The 8-spoked wheel from "The Lost Book of Nostradamus"

There is always a snake and infinity (8) that reemerges at the end of time.

The Blue Moon

On December 31, 2009: Full Moon 10¼ Cancer, a Lunar Eclipse, and a Blue Moon all happening on New Year's Eve. Guess when the next blue moon is? .......... 2012.

This is pregnant with possibilities especially for the searchers on the planet.

"Still looking to find yourself? How long has this been going on?"   


"I see .... Isis (Is is - Creation) is calling you home.
She takes us to Sirius the Dog Star for a new birth on New Year's Day."

Sirius is the brightest star in the night-time sky with a visual apparent magnitude of -1.47. It is located in the constellation Canis Major. Sirius can be seen from almost every inhabited region of the Earth's surface (those living north of 73.284 degrees cannot see it) and, in the Northern Hemisphere, is known as a vertex of the Winter Triangle. The best time of year to view Sirius is around January 1 when it reaches the meridian at midnight. Under the right conditions, Sirius can be observed in daylight with the naked eye. The name Sirius comes from the Latin sirius. It is situated in the eye of the greater dog Canis Major, therefore it is known as the 'Dog Star'.

Other meanings:

The Moon and Sixpence

For those who enjoy the paintings of Paul Gaugin, the book The Moon and Sixpence remained in my consciousness until I posted it here. Maybe it has to do with the theme of the book: a middle aged English stock broker abandons his wife and children abruptly to pursue his desire to become an artist. Lots of people want to drop out now and follow their passions ... especially to make a difference for humanity.

Blue Moon -> Emotions, Feminine -> Consciousness -> Spirals of Creation

Mining the Moon

They found water on the moon.

It makes me wonder about all the information I was given concerning mining on the moon, and if it has any basis in fact? Are there bases set up there should the Earth face a cataclysm? How about rumors of alien bases on the far side of the moon, underground facilities, or that the moon was a weigh station to Mars? Through remote viewing I've seen things on the moon and can only say "the truth is out there."

  Nasa confirms water on the moon YouTube
LCROSS Impact Analysis Indicates Water On Moon   Science Daily - November 13, 2009
'Large amounts' of water on Moon   BBC - November 13, 2009
"Significant" Moon Water Released by NASA Crashes   National Geographic - November 13, 2009