Liquid Pools That Shimmer

Majestic ripples. Waves of time spreading outwards. Timeless and hidden soothing the mind.

Blues And Greens

Wayward and alone. Agreed solidarity. Bold and beautiful. Creative and alive.

A View of Paradise.

Tropical pools. Bamboo trees. Rocks and waterfalls. The sun blazing high above.

Northern Lake

Misty mountain top. Lake of dreams. Enter the green valley and become one with nature.

Tree of Life

Never ask why. Fate surely has other plans for you when a mystic light is shining on you.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Vibrational Healing Energies

The creation of the universe and our consciousness are connected spiritually as vibrational energy.

Science has proven that all matter and materials consisting of atoms are in a constant state of motion. Energy in motion inside all matter down to the subatomic level. All forms of matter are made of tiny atoms called protons, neutrons, and electrons. Everything is vibrating from inanimate objects to animated objects, from all life, people and even certain locations on the Earth.

Auras are a form of electromagnetic vibrational radiation emanating from a person, object, or location. Everything in the known universe seems to vibrate at a precise vibration. It is believed that all thoughts, actions, color, and sound all have a specific vibration frequency. Even the human body immune system is effected by different degrees in vibration. Dr. Wayne Dyer, author of “There’s a Spiritual Solution to Every Problem”, wrote about that everything is energy and vibration. That aura light is connected to our state of health, emotions, and thoughts. He asserted that anyone with practice can send positive energy to themselves , others, and situations to improve the quality of life.

Can the average person see vibrational energy or the aura itself? Psychics like Edgar Cayce seem to be able to see it with the naked eye. Mediums can sense the negative and positive energy around people and places. But the best way to see an aura today is by Kirlian photography. Kirlian photography, named after the Russian electrician Semon Davidovich Kirlian. Semon Kirlian made the discovery in 1939 but this type of electrical photography was well known to physicists and electrical engineers many years before this. Nikola Tesla also created Kirlian-like photographs 75 years before they became famous.

Nikola Tesla (July 10, 1856 –January 7,1943), an American electrical engineer, physicist, and scientist, was a world-renowned inventor in groundbreaking technological discoveries. Tesla knew that high electrical voltage could produce “aura-like photography” before the 1900‘s. Tesla was an underrated genius who understood high frequency technology and high voltage energy. He was an expert at understanding vibration and resonance. Tesla knew that everything ever existed has a frequency and possesses a unique vibratory rate which resonates with the heart of the universe. Tesla invented all types of oscillating machines including the Tesla Personal Oscillator which was to promote health and well-being, but just before his death, Tesla was working on Photographing Thought. Tesla was greatly aware that the power of thought, vibration, and resonance energy were connected, and could be enhance for constructive purposes. Vibrational Medicine for the 21st Century: A Complete Guide to Energy Healing and Spiritual Transformation

Dr. Deepak Chopra, author of Eastern and Western wisdom, has often spoken of practical and inspiring ways to raise one’s vibrational frequency to a state of love and ecstasy. Letting go of ego and relinquishing the need to control, will create a spiritual awareness of enlightenment full of bliss, love, happiness, and abundance. Meditating and focusing on healing energy opens yourself to others and will benefit everyone. Healing Sound: Vibrational Healing

Vibrational medicine or energy healing is factual on a scientific level. Harmonious flow of energy within the body produces a healthy person and any imbalances creates illness and death. The famous psychic and healer, Edgar Cayce, spoke about seeing auras and understanding their meaning. Two of his books, “Auras: An Essay on the Meaning of Colors“, and “Edgar Cayce on Vibration: Spirit in Motion”, are excellent works on how vibration and auras impact our world.

In conclusion, the study of vibrational energy is an important one because it links our connection to a much higher source. The vibrational creative force in the universe is both true in physics as it is true in the spiritual sense. To regenerate, heal, and reconnect to the true vibration of the universe. To understand other dimensional planes of existence that vibrate at different frequencies, and to fully comprehend the nature of all things in relation to each other. We are vibrating energy souls in a vibrating co-creating universe. Our world is not solid but thoughts only solidified. Creation is happening every millisecond and the best possible force we can benefit from is of course the most positive creative force of all: love.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Close Encounter of the Fourth Kind

Close encounters of the fourth kind and the different types of this strange phenomenon.

Everyone is aware of the now classic 1977 film “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”, written and directed by Steven Spielberg. The film is about one man’s (Richard Dreyfuss) obsession after seeing a UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) and determine to meet the extraterrestrials despite the government’s efforts to hide the fact that a landing is going to take place, making this the “first contact” encounter with peaceful beings.

But the public views on aliens have shifted over the years due to the recent reports coming in since 1980. UFO’s sightings are frequently reported worldwide. But reported encounters with aliens have turned into a much more darker and sinister tone. Either abduction cases have increased over the years or more people are simply reporting them, less fearful of ridicule than they were before. The newest film to address the issue is “The Fourth Kind”. Starring Milla Jovovich in a fact-based thriller about a psychologist investigating why an entire Alaskan town is besieged by strange alien-like visitors and unexplained disappearances. The real psychologist, Dr. Abigail Tyler, when dealing with traumatized patients would videotape the sessions, and the disturbing footage is integrated into the film revealing good evidence that something supernatural is happening here.

Weather one wants to believe in alien abduction as a real phenomenon or simply people having mass hysterics, the fact still remains that people are missing and survivors report the same terrifying M.O. ( modus operandi or method of operating) when encountering these aliens even breaking into their own homes and walking through walls. These type of creatures seem to be a common theme dating back thousands of years of similar reported cases.

Another compelling fact is that the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) has reported that recently over the years that over 800,000 missing cases of people exist and that the number is steadily increasing each year. The FBI claims that up to 60% can be explained away by crime activity, but that the remainder is totally unsolved. The FBI has been at least impartially involved in UFO investigations since the 1940’s and animal mutilations (this phenomenon is associated with UFO’s and is still happening today) which were first reported during the late 1970's, but the FBI’s early inquiry into the subject of UFO’s was stalled by the CIA and US military, to this day the FBI will not openly emit that the alien abduction phenomenon is real.

The United States government was very interested in UFO’s, especially the military and intelligence gathering agencies. Dr. J. Allen Hynek was an American astronomer and UFO researcher. He was working with the US Air Force involving UFO investigation starting back in 1948 on “Project Sign”. Other study groups like “Project Grudge” and “Project Blue Book”, all had Hynek as a leading investigator. Dr. Hynek is credited for developing in 1972 the classification term we use today for encountering UFO’s.

1. Close Encounter of the First Kind, a ground or aerial sighting, seeing objects in the sky, either odd lights or metallic objects flying beyond human technology.

2. Close Encounter of the Second Kind, physical evidence, deep impression in ground or soil, crop circles, radio signals blocked, and anything resembling physical damage to people or land due to exposure to high doses of radiation.

3. Close Encounter of the Third Kind, actually observing alien entities within or outside their craft and meeting them. The Steven Spielberg film is an entertaining and admirable attempt to show what happens when the government and local citizens encounter UFO occupants up close, making “first contact” in a friendly way.

4. Close Encounter of the Fourth Kind, this was added in later by other Ufologist who soon realized the growing rate of this type of encounter. Numerous case studies involving alien abduction where people encountered UFO’s and their occupants would be taken aboard the alien craft and forced medical examinations.

Ever since the Betty and Barney Hill abduction case psychologist have tried to understand this disturbing experience when encountering UFO’s. Ufologist like Budd Hopkins (who wrote “Intruders” in 1987) and Dr. Leo Sprinkle have done extensive research in UFO contactee and abductee cases. The difference is a contactee is meeting benign aliens who seem to have a spiritual message to give and an abductee is more a victim, taken against their will, and deeply traumatized. Well known author, Whitney Schreiber, wrote about his personal experiences involving alien abduction in his book “Communion“ which was made into a film starring Christopher Walken.

Many abduction cases also involve the victims suffering from mysterious bruises, needle marks, scars, nightmares, frequent nose bleeds, missing time, a memory of looking at something that is really a different object, and deterioration of health. This is very real and fully documented. Who believes in this type of phenomenon? Psychotherapist, Ufologist, hypnotherapist, medical doctors, scientist, and of course the victims do. But the simple question is why? What purpose does it serve? Why is it happening? Who benefits? The Alaskan case which “The Fourth Kind” film is based on has since the 1960’s unexplained disappearances of people in that area. One should be open-minded to unheard of possibilities and ask the question: has this been going on throughout human history?

Alien Abduction Phenomenon

For thousands of years people have claimed of seeing strange creatures appearing from thin air and abducting victims.

This strange and frightening phenomenon is associated with people encountering UFO’s. Accounts from every country and culture around the globe have reported similar cases of people abducted by alien beings. Many skeptics would say all these reports are nothing more than mass hysteria. That the people reporting these encounters are merely hallucinating and suffering from some unknown, mental instability. But this particular phenomenon even goes back to Biblical times, involving angels and demon-like creatures capturing unsuspecting inhabitance. Even further in history shows them to be more “God-like” in nature, visiting peacefully and imparting wisdom to cultures dating back nearly 10,000 years ago. The Bible, Physics, and the Abilities of Fallen Angels: The Alien Abduction Phenomenon
What was the earliest reported case of alien abduction in out time? One of the very first known cases was Villas Boas, a Brazilian farmer, who reported being abducted in 1957. He claimed in quite detail that the aliens took him, performed medical examination, and made him have sex with a female humanoid creature. This type of abduction would later be more common in our time involving women reporting that they were abducted, forced to have sex, their eggs taken, and that medical test were done by aliens for some kind of cross-breeding purposes.

Before alien abduction became mainstream in our present society as a sort of running joke associated with UFO’s and aliens, the media and non-believers, have accepted the fact that numerous eyewitnesses are simply mistaken about what they actually saw. The second most compelling abduction case soon came to light a few years after the Boas’ case. During the 1960’s the term “alien abduction” really gain attention with the famous Betty and Barney Hill case in 1961. The Hills were returning home late at night when they encountered a UFO that was following their car. The Hills remembered stopping their car, they observed the UFO landing, they notice aliens from afar outside the saucer shape craft, they tried to get away, and than suffered a memory loss as they came home that evening. Unholy Communion: The Alien Abduction Phenomenon Where It Originates And How It Stops
The Hills lived in New Hampshire and days later felt their memories of that night were fragmented and incomplete. Betty complained of strange dreams and both were tormented by buzzing sounds associated with their memories of encountering the UFO. They sought counseling by several psychotherapist like Dr. Benjamin Simon. After hypnotizing the Hills to recall that night, Dr. Simon noted that Barney suffered a much more traumatic experience than Betty. The Hills remembered being taken inside the alien craft, separated for medical examination, and then released. In 1975 an excellent TV movie starring James Earl Jones and Estelle Parson, retold the story of the Hills Abduction case.
The Travis Walton case on November 5, 1975 was more alarming. Walton and six other American loggers encountered a UFO in the forest region of Arizona. Walton went in for a closer look at the hovering disc-shape craft and was struck down by a light-beam. Panic stricken, the others fled and reported Walton missing to the police. A massive man-hunt ensued by the police and found nothing. Six days later Walton returned suffering memory loss. A psychiatrist using hypnosis discovered that Walton recalls the aliens took him aboard their space craft. Small grey aliens tried to examined him and feeling threaten, Walton resisted, the film “Fire in the Sky”, made in 1993, illustrates Walton’s fear up to that point, but fails to tell the rest of his story about encountering human-like people also on the alien craft.
Dr. Carl Sagan, astronomer and author, consultant and adviser to NASA, his award-winning 1980 TV series “Cosmos” helped popularized planetary exploration, life in the cosmos, astrophysics, science education, and government regulation of science and the environment. Sagan was known as a skeptic of UFO sightings for lack of definitive proof. He had heard the Hills abduction case and seen the Betty Hill star map she drew from memory of Zeta Reticuli as being a “random chance” of star points. UFO Abductions - A Global Phenomenon [VHS]
But he did propose a theory that the notion of ancient “demon abductions” reported throughout history was very similar to modern day alien abductions, walking through walls, sexual abuse, and medical experiments on hapless humans. Before his death in 1996, a colleague of Sagan asked him to rethink his skeptic views on UFO’s and close encounters. Sagan agreed, he researched and didn’t realize that the amount of data regarding UFO’s and alien abduction cases were not only prevalent today, but not entirely unpersuasive, that there might be some truth about UFO’s, and alien beings visiting our planet.


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