By Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone
October 15, 2006
Yesterday, October 14 2006, a dozen women and men continued the work started by Marko Pogacnik. There have been three "Sacred Shuswap" tours of the area around Mount Ida, British Columbia. One of our destinations was Little Mountain Park just over five miles northeast of Mount Ida. Little Mountain is on the edge of the magnetic vortex and a good place to view the east peak of the mountain.
We did a number of Marko's exercises to increase energy and bring about relaxation and attunement to elemental beings. We did our five breaths, breathing in the essence of the mountain into our consciousness and then breathing out placing the essence back in the mountain.
The Mount Ida vortex is double what it was before Marko came in June. The deviation is about 20 degrees to the east or a clockwise spin. British Columbia is covered by a huge piece of aetheric ice all summer. The high pressure trough has been deflecting rain to the Yukon. We have had little rain and Shuswap Lake is at historically low levels. Fortunately even with the lack of rain this year's forest fires were not too destructive. The aetheric ice is melting and it should be gone soon. It is better to have the ice here than in the Atlantic.
Breathing in the essence of the mountain I remembered a sandbox in Vancouver in 1953. I remembered Jericho Beach the same summer. Elemental beings were in the sand helping me pile the sand. They showed me where to make the roads with the toy tractor. The elementals glowed in excitement as my heart love pulsed while I covered the sand with designs, the designs a two year old would make. I was in contact with a "Green Man" on Mount Ida.
This Green Man is also known by the name Roman name "Pan". He is about fifty feet tall and this Pan designs roads. Road making can be extremely damaging for the elemental kingdoms. Many have been displaced by the works of man and much of Marko's geomantic work has been the correction of these unnatural evictions. This Pan guides the consciousnesses of road designers and builders in order to minimize damage to the elemental environment. This Pan moves the dwarves in the stones, the fauns dancing around the trees, the fairies resting on their flowers and the nixies in the mountain streams. Balance in all things is the goal of this Green Man.
A couple of years ago a video of earth-movers and dumptrucks was a big hit in the toddler age group of boys. I could feel the presence of elementals in the video. A great love attracted the attention of the children. The boys were being shown the inner aetheric landscape while their eyes feasted on the diesels pushing soil and rocks. Much was being taught by the deva, and much was being held in the hearts of the young who would one day operate the equipment. Even when as adults the men would not mentally remember their early lessons, their hearts would know the energy and responsibility they must accept when moving the homes of the elementals. Working with the Delta and Theta hums of the engines, heartfelt energy is released.
The Green Man showed me in my sandbox. He then showed me his guidance of a Caterpillar tractor operator cutting a forestry road on a mountainside. He showed me his designs amending the faulty plans in surveyor offices. He sawed me the corrections for the TransCanada Highway. He showed me rabbit trail he had designed. He showed the rabbit trail becoming a coyote trail and then widening to a deer trail. Then he showed the First Nations people widening the deer trail and later the White Man came and pushed a road where once a rabbit trail existed. Intrinsic to all the changes was the knowing that the rabbit trail would become a highway and that the energy of the rabbit trail still exists. There are subtle energies in all landscapes and as life is a journey the roads are part of the spiritual journey.
Coming out of the meditation, I shared my experience. Ultimately nothing is an accident and path of I-5 from Blaine Washington to San Ysidro California could only have followed the plan of the Green Man.
I could remember the cow paths in my grandfather's pasture. It was fun bicycling the well worn grooves as long as there were not too many cow patties. There was planning involved. There were energies in the pasture best experienced from the cow paths.
Wildebeest trails on the Serengeti of Africa have energy importance different than ley lines, but they exist and are part of aetheric and physical landscape. They lead to water and they lead to grasslands. They are part of the annual migrations.
Canada was first travelled by canoe. Rivers are definite energy pathways. Often rivers follow ancient faultlines and therefore canoes float on telluric trails.
Birds and ducks migrate with the assistance of air elementals, sylphs. Salmon are guided to the rivers where they spawned by water elementals. The salmon are late arriving at Adams Lake this year because the elementals know the water levels are low. In a couple of weeks the levels will be higher. The water elementals know, the salmon do not.
Mankind lives on this planet with a vast and diverse elemental kingdom which weaves the substance of the living aetheric into physical forms. The Green Man's message is to remember the ones who have made life on Earth possible.
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