Thursday, May 28, 2009

credo

I believe that we as humans have divine right to choose our own destiny.

I believe WE choose what/who we WANT to believe in
 -held unharmed in positive loving arms from those who disagree 
 - for the good of all - 

I believe in KA...
.mpassion
.reativity
.ndness
.RMA

I am grateful for YOUR love & success because we are ONE in the SAME.


believe 
IN 
dancing
NOT
fighting

That forgiveness, not goodbye is the harder challenge.

I believe that POSITIVE CHANGE is possible, FOR EVERYONE.

That DOING GOOD 
CREATES 
MORE
GOOD.
So go with the flow.

That YOUR/OUR own example
of leading a life of light, spirit & positivity
will be infectious
& we won't want or need an antibiotic or mask from that

I believe in the 
EARTH ENERGY SPIRIT 
THE ALL
All Mighty, All forgiving
Peaceful Warrior
&
His/Her
Growing
Strength
IN 
THIS
WORLD

AMEN                              SO MOTE IT BE                         NAMASTE

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

startling phenomenon



These two photos were shot last month on the property of the "Hotel B" investigation.

For scientific purpose, please note that in these two frames there is no light source.  
The sun has faded. 
There are no cars /traffic passing by.  
No lights from the "hotel" are on (inside or out) - as we conduct our examinations without power.

I do not believe the light in these two photos to be static energy or any form of electrical interference.

People who are resistant to belief in anything other than they can see or feel have most likely been conditioned by a rational, left brain world view.

I have not been brought up that way and my experience leads me to believe in a broader more magical universe one that is privy to information beyond what we choose to see with our human eyes.


In my research, I have learned that the physical universe as described by physicists & the spiritual realm as described by mystics and sages are shown to be remarkably similar. They seem to operate on parallel principals that, in the final analysis may be identical.  As F. David Peat Explains in his books The Bridge Between Matter & Mind or The Looking Glass Universe & Synchronicity:   MATTER IS NOT MERE MATTER.  - Rather than nature being reduced to the material, the whole notion of the material has been extended into regions of indefinite intangibility. 
In other words, there are intangible qualities, such as pattern and meaning behind what appears to be solid matter. And ...underlying both the material realms and mental realms are patterns of information.  The conclusion to this is that there is a vital unity in the universe ...there unfold harmonies that spread out across the mental and material realms in the form of meaningful patterns and conjunctions that act as intimations of the essential unity of ALL nature.

THE ANSWER on how to access and work with these patterns of info is by the means of LIGHT.

On the subatomic level all material things are composted of energy and radiation. They emit auras.
Everything emits, refracts & reflects light.  By light - do not discount X rays, ultraviolet, infrared, radar & the same energy found in TV & Radio waves.  Light energy is EVERYWHERE.
Outside of Light - nothing exists.  (Laurie Cabot/The Power of The Witch).

I have my own set of opinions about the above photos.  I'm not going to place them here - but in the next blog so that you can draw your own set of ideas and perhaps share them with me.

God Bless, 
M














Tuesday, May 19, 2009

My date with the NY MOMA


Oh New York. 
I'm smitten with you once more. 
Sigh.

The city was more than welcoming yesterday. 
Green lights all blinked in our favor. 
The sun reflected springtime off high rise windows adding a certain sparkle to the passerby's eye.
The smell was light and inviting.

I played hooky from slinging beer & escaped
to the city as I had a brief date with the 
NY MOMA.
Really, I had put on my cheerleading pants & along with Colleen Davis  - 
we went in support of our friend Randall Sellers who was giving a short lecture on his work at the museum.

 What a glorious day for art, sushi, meeting new friends 
and seeing parts of the upper west side that I haven't explored before.  
Crossing the George Washington Bridge was a grand first too.

Like a giddy school girl, I had to bite my lip during the presentation 
when two of the artists went all juvenile sexual tension talk about their work. 
Specifically the first artist who had shown handfuls of drawings which consisted of hockey players naked from the waist down, their genitalia flacid, large and red.  There was a female artist who seemed to have obsession with vagina which she constantly referred to as "crotch".  It was hard not to chuckle - but I managed somehow.

Unfortunately, swine flu crept up on us 
everywhere we went. 
A bike messenger flew by with a mask on reminding us that fear was in the air.
The newspaper on the empty bar stool next to me screamed of the first official 
NYC death while we mingled with a disgruntled NYC artist who bragged of his frequent, recent trips to Mexico...in between coughing.  
Thank the Goddess I brought the anti bacterial hand stuffs.  
Randall thanked me too. 

One of Randall's works - 
'Raven' featured above was drawn just 
before the H1N1 outbreak occurred. I
Ironically enough, the woman in the 
picture is looking at Mexico.


Beautiful day to you.
XO



Wednesday, May 6, 2009

I've been busy...




Putting bells and whistles 
& trims and bows
on the final 
FINAL
WolfWitch manuscript.

It's been 2 1/2 years since day one on this adventure. I'm ready!

Touching up query letter and sigh....
can you tell? I'm SO EXCITED!

Crossing Fingers and legs and
oh yeah, also jumping for joy over the logo sent from my amazing artist friend 

Stay tuned...there's an upcoming date for another public reading at Sellers Book Store in Jim Thorpe on the table.

Thank you for your patience, love and support!!

XO

Sunday, May 3, 2009

relentless ignorance

does not become you putting labels on anything to help you understand
but yet, you don't fully grasp the concept of understanding at all 

and what a pitty, such a pretty girl with so much potential
by that they mean, get her hitched & knocked up already
take her away from her own worst enemy - her
self

favorable unknowing, no questions asked not the kind that when you go searching for the answers anyway
sometimes goodbye is exactly what you need

closing doors on the company you keep because surely you don't want to be labeled like such or labeled at all

better to be a recluse with clipped wings holding you back from falling off the edge of sanity

sometimes goodbye is everything it's a new beginning, a message to not be understood
just accepted

sometimes goodbye is nothing - nothing to do with you but the inner workings of a madman, thoughts consuming so loudly that there is no room for two

don't put a label on it, put it in a glass jar and listen



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