Dear Reader, Aloha!,
MAHALO to ALL for your love, prayers and support!! Wow…It’s been a long three days, with very little sleep, but I wanted to take a moment to update everyone and most of all, to extend my deepest gratitude to everyone who answered the call to action this week on hurricanes Iselle & Julio. Even tho the Puna District on the southeastern tip took a pounding with over 1000 residents still without power and widespread destruction on the east side – the big island was saved from a much harder, far more devastating hit.
Under guidance from the Earth Mind of Gaia and the Goddess Pele…WE DID IT!! People from all over the world held sacred space for the safety of isles thru prayer and meditation. And, Kahuna’s here on the all the islands held vigil with the ancestors. But, there’s one thing that this event apart from the rest – the online network of Earth energy masters UNITED for the first time to, answer the call to action. Each one of us in our own special way, connected with the elements and directed our collective intention to change the composition and trajectory of BOTH storm systems. It’s truly a humbling experience walking in the company of this amazing group of energy masters; ancient souls awakening to our forgotten past, re-wiring our skin-suits and re-activating the spiritual mastery in our DNA….again. Over the last couple of years many of us have re-awakened to who we are, we’re powerful Co-Creators on the journey of reclaiming our souls sovereign power from a dark matrix of domination and control.
Now, with the “relatively” safe passage of two potentially dangerous hurricanes threatening the Polynesian Isles of Hawai`i`Ti, from my observations it’s clear the 144,000 – ie: Ground Crew, Free Earth Resistance, The Pod etc – now stands strong as a fully functional entity. IMHO it’s time to set a firm multi-D intention to UNITE with each other to focus on where we can make a collective impact. Lets set aside our differences, remove ego based agendas and rise above differing beLIEf systems to accomplish what we came here to do: Shift Earth toward a new and expanded, multi-dimensional paradigm.
From my observations over the last 6-9 months, we’ve entered the stage where we don’t need an organized 3D network to accomplish our goals anymore. All it takes it for one of person to strike the match by sending out a call for action over the social media. As the message begins to take fire in print, it also ignites in the psyches of spiritual activists who are connected inter-dimensionally.
Iselle proved once and for all, there’s nothing HUE-mans can’t do together when working in UNITY consciousness and by applying focused intentions.
On Thursday morning as the storm approached the big island, I began holding space. I maintained a strong connection with the Elemental Spirits and Gaia, while also aligning myself with the “collective alchemy of the pod”. During that time, I strongly felt the collective intention and loving support from countless people around the world actively sending love, light and protection to the islands.
My favorite part of the storm was very early Friday morning, around 2:30am as Iselle edged it’s way along Volcano National Park on the southern coastline, it’s as if Pele stood up and said “Ohhhh not you don sister’t!!” She smacked Iselle with a one-two punch and BAM!! The Kilauea volcano drew her in and Pele collapsed the eye of the hurricane, she wasn’t about to give Iselle a chance to move north up to the smaller isles.
Swallowing the eye of the hurricane was something NOBODY anticipated. Once again, I’m simply awestruck at the magic of these magnificent isles…nice move Pele!
FYI…locals are well aware the Goddess of the Isles has a long history of protecting the big island from a direct hit, by moving storms out of the way. Since 2010, I’ve seen it happen several times with tropical storms that were approaching the islands.
Mass Media Coverage
And it was no surprise the weather channels conveniently left Pele out of the equation in follow-up reports. Making matters worse, the guy over at the weather channel who covers storms (Chris?), was a total douchebag when the storm didn’t live up to his “destructive” expectations. While residents of the islands were hunkering down, thinking positive/praying and holding space for “safe passage” of the storm; the weather guy expressed frustration when the eye-wall collapsed and the storm began to fizzle out.
Obviously, he was sub-consciously on the side of mass destruction, absolute mayhem in paradise as a mechanism to boost his ratings. Watching coverage of the hurricane, served as a reminder how heavily fear is used in nearly every circumstance by mass media to control perceptions. Which can potentially create negative outcomes because the collective mind has a major impact on weather systems.
So, when storms systems approach, instead of using the language of fear, news anchors could use their public platform to direct people’s focused intention on creating a connection with weather systems for positive outcomes, with minimal injury or property damage….hmmm, but then connecting with Nature Spirits would make us pagans wouldn’t it? (Geezz, we have our work cut out for us ;)
Now…on the other hand, the female anchors reporting progress of the hurricane with a smile on their face were particularly annoying ~ it’s been awhile since I felt the overwhelming urge to lay-down a good bitchslap. Thankfully, once our work is done when Julio safely passes off to the north, I can turn off the TV to avoid those un-natural urges :)
Note: Please continue to send prayers to everyone still without power and those hit hard by property damage. Civil defense is having a hard time keeping up with demand for basic necessities, and many people are still trapped in their neighborhood due to downed trees. In the slide-show below, it looks pretty bad in the Pahoa/Paradise Park/Nanwalae areas, which are near Leilani Estates where I lived for 4yrs until last January. in the last 6 months I was there, 20 trees died from disease on the small one acre property where I rented. So the forests in the area have a disproportionate amount of diseased and dead trees. In addition, there are very large Albezia trees locals call “junk trees” because they drop limbs and fall over easily. Here’s an eye-opening slide show I just found…yikes, it’s a bit worse than I imagined.
Long slideshow reveals extensive damage
The power is still out, so I haven’t been able to reach my friend and former landlord (seniors) to make sure they’re ok and their home didn’t suffer too much damage, they live on the shoreline on the southeast point. And my other car’s in storage at my old house in Pahoa, which was hardest hit. It’s a beautiful house that I spent over two months cleaning and restoring in 2010 after moving in, it was surrounded by many dying trees…if you can spare a prayer it would be much appreciated.
If you want to learn more, B97hawaii.com is where I’ve been getting updated Civil Defense reports…