Work in Progress ...

Reality is a work in progress - forever changing to learn and evolve back to its natural state of light and energy. Make no mistake ... this is the end game. If you are not sure, ask your inner guidance, guides, angels, whomever you trust most.

The answers are written in the stars and have always been. From creator gods to the patterns discovered by ancient civilizations who created a celestial map of the heavens for man to follow ... it's all there and speaks to us now.

Perhaps the Maya Priests and Scientists were right in their equations, that seem to point to an end time date in December 21, 2012 in our timeline when all aligns in the sky not far from Sagittarius - half horse, half human. As the ninth sign in the zodiac, Sagittarius is associated with the astrological 9th house - foreign travel, countries and cultures, religion, the law and higher education, all things which seek to expand one's experience, freedom, journeys. Somewhere ... out there ... a Sagittarian holds the key!

Then we have the ancient Egyptians ... Orion is Osiris ... the belt of Orion aligned with the 3 pyramids at the forefront of the Giza plateau that attracts millions of visitors to experience its energies. Within Orion we find the Horsehead Nebula located just below Alnitak, the star furthest left on Orion's Belt. All is moving, all is linked, and all is a work in progress.

Wednesday morning, while preparing Ezine, I found an interesting series of videos from Thunderbolts called Symbols of the Alien Sky a three hour presentation in progress and under development.

Also in progress ... changes in global and personal consciousness, the way we live on the planet, and the inner knowing that something 'big' is soon going to happen. It's like a pregnancy in it's 9th month about to give birth to new realities far beyond anything you can image at this level of thought ...

Duality at this level ... Exodus and Genesis ...

Behold a white horse ...

Alaska ...Then and Now

Once upon a time, Alaska seemed like a cold barren region to those who dwell in far away lands. They visualized long days and endless nights. Polar bears and penguins came to mind - along with the image of an igloo, children would sometimes recreate with sugar cubes for class projects.

Every now and again someone would mention taking a trip to Alaska - returning with wonderous adventures to share. Then there were those who went there to work on the Alaska pipeline or on a fishing trawler for months at a time, staying in Alaska long enough to make lots of money. They would then return home, generally to the mainland, to start their lives, much like gold prospectors did in the old west, or some foreigners from poor countries do when they come here for 6 months to work, then return home, only to repeat the cycle the following year.

But that was then and this is now.

Eventually change comes to all the land and the old melts away to transform into something new. With that we like to think of something magical and beautiful, but alas that is not always the case. Today marks the 20th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil spill, which many of you may recall. The quest for oil has had many effects on the outcome of the program, from an ecological standpoint to natural disasters. A male client in Alaska told me that oil drilling has resulting in earthquakes and volcanic activity.

Don't argue the situations after the fact. Leave that for the cranky old men - or certain personality types that have to argue about everything. Understand that it was all part of the journey for us and for those who create realities of experience. It was all destined to happen in one timeline or another that run parallel in the flow of the collective unconsciousness.

The closure of any program centers around destruction and creation. Globally the environment and ecological systems are changing forever. Adjust, as they affect your area. Solar Max will also affect planetary magnetics in the future (see blog below.)

Think outside the box and know that we are part of something that is changing as rapidly as an avalanche cascading down a mountainside. All you can do is stay one step ahead of it and know where it is all going.

Always remember that all and everything is just an illusion.


Alaska in the news ... then and now ...

Alaska Volcano Erupts: Ash, Quakes--And More to Come
National Geographic - March 24, 2009

Alaska volcano Mount Redoubt erupts 4 times  
AP - March 23, 2009

March 24, 1989

Exxon Valdez oil spill

  Exxon Valdez oil spill  Google Videos

20 Years On, Spilled Oil Remains
National Geographic - March 24, 2009

Valdez Spill Causes Environmental Catastrophe  
Wired - March 24, 2009

The Exxon Valdez oil spill occurred in Prince William Sound, Alaska, on March 24, 1989. It is considered one of the most devastating human-caused environmental disasters ever to occur at sea. As significant as the Exxon Valdez spill was, it ranks well down on the list of the world's largest oil spills in terms of volume released.