Verrazano Bridge



Super Full Moon Over the Verrazano Bridge October 16, 2016

Autumn Blog - Sunset Video, Pictures, Text September 22, 2016

Full Moon over the Verrazano Bridge - "Spooky Action at a Distance" September 16, 2016

Video of Rainbow over the Verrazano Bridge August 21, 2016

Storm Clouds over the Verrazano Bridge July 14, 2016

Video, Pics: Contrails Over the Verrazano Bridge February 2016

Ellie's Rainbow Bridge September 2015

Panoramic View of Sunset August 6, 2015 (Scroll down)

Bike Riding Along The Esplanade - Panoramic View of the Bridge

Fleet Week With Ellie and Linda: Ships and UFO's May 21, 2015

Ice Floating Under the Verrazano Bridge - The Crimson Sunset February 24, 2015

Sun Aligns With the Arches of the Verrazano Bridge January 1, 2015

View of the Verrazano Bridge from my Terrace October 2014

Zoroaster Over the Verrazano Bridge March 4, 2014

Venus-Moon Conjunction Over The Bridge September 8, 2013

Memorial Day Fun 2013

Hurricane Sandy October 2012

11/11/11 Class

Start of Fleet Week 2011 May 25, 2011

Winter Solstice December 21, 2008

Strange Cloud and Orb June 9, 2005

Majestic Rainbow, Noah and the Arc September 16, 2005

View From Below the Bridge November13, 2005

The House of El - Beam Me Up! April 17, 2004

Sunset January 2004

Spirits of the Ethers January 2004

Snowstorm January 2004

Twin Rainbows October 2003

Reflections January 2004

White Birds January 2004

Maiden Voyage of the Queen Mary 2 April 2004

NYC 5 Boro Bike Tour May 2004

Workshop - Balance October 3-10, 2004

Cannonball Park, Fort Hamilton

New York City Marathon November 2004

40th Anniversary of the Verrazano Bridge November 21, 2004


The Limos of Brooklyn




History of the Verrazano Bridge

The Verrazano Narrows Bridge is a vehicular suspension bridge in New York City which crosses the Narrows at the entrance to New York Harbor. It links the boroughs of Brooklyn and Staten Island. It was designed by O. H. Ammann. Construction began in 1959 and was completed in 1964. It is the longest suspension bridge in the United States, with a main span of 4,260 ft (1,298 m). There are two levels, each holding six traffic lanes.


The bridge is named after European explorer Giovanni de Verrazano, an Italian explorer of North America, in the service of the French crown. He is renowned as the first European to explore the Atlantic coast of North America between South Carolina and Newfoundland in 1524, including New York Harbor where the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge is named in his honor. Read more ...

50 Years Ago the Verrazano Bridge Opened November 2014




Personal Connections with the Verrazano Bridge

In my book Sarah and Alexander, one of the main characters is named Amaan. He and Sarah work together to defeat the enemy and stop the loops of time. As it turns out, the name of the man who designed the Verrazano Bridge, the place where destiny brought me, was O.H. Ammaan. I did not know this when I created the character in 1989. 'O' symbolizes completion and 'H' represents balance.

My apartment, faces the bridge, the Atlantic Ocean, Cannonball Park which has an obelisk and dates to the American Revolution. Down the block we find historic Fort Hamilton. The area speaks of the energies of the founding fathers of this nation, those linked to the ancient mystery school teachings that moved from creation in the Middle Eastern program, to the European programs, to the American program replete with symbology. It's all about the alchemy of time and consciousness as we become self-aware, heal, balance and understand the nature of reality as a biogenetic experiment set in linear time to study emotions.

Here in Ellie's World, my apartment remained empty for 9 months, prior to my moving here on 9/1/91. Life has been an evolving journey since that time. Everything that was predicted on the day I moved here has unfolded through the years.

Z(oroaster) is my connection on the other side, in the role of Thoth, he is the architect of everything in our reality, created by the patterns of sacred geometry that repeat in cycles called time. He brought me here, to his creation, its cables resonating into the universe and the great pyramid, above and below to form the hourglass in the illusion of time and consciousness. It is the twins, the twin arches/arks which are the metaphoric "tuning forks" of reality, the bridges of time and consciousness, the Twin Towers which once stood in lower Manhattan, as I stood on my terrace and watched them implode after being hit by airplanes.



Sarah and Alexander





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