Saturday, March 17, 2018

We should have 2 more days of sun before it starts raining again here in Northern California

The weather men and women were right. We had about 2 to 4 inches almost universally this week throughout the Greater San francisco Bay area since last Monday. The next storm to hit will be tuesday. Squaw Valley right now has the most snow with 158 inches at the top of their highest lift which is well over 13 feet of snow right now. Squaw Valley ski resort is located near Lake Tahoe by the way. The easiest way to get there is from Sacramento over Interstate 80 then head towards Lake Tahoe on Highway 89 and check your GPS for when to turn right. I skied there a lot in the early 2000s. We used to like to stay there when my daughters were under about 12 then.

Now I don't like to ski alone because I'm older. My wife was a good skier but had to give it up because her knees couldn't ski anymore in her 40s. Same with my ex-wife. But one friend of mine and his girlfriend and I and sometimes another friend of ours still ski together at Mt. Shasta Ski park when we can. My friend and his girlfriend and I skied two days last week there. The last run on Wednesday likely was the best downhill skiing for me in 2 or 3 years because there was almost no one there and the conditions were perfect for me to ski in.

Adrian Lamo, hacker who turned in Chelsea Manning, dies aged 37

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Seeing the Future is a way for God to heal lives before people would otherwise be injured or die

I've written about this before. For literally millions of years there have been people (medicine men and women, then priests and nuns and ministers) on down through time until now who could heal through all sorts of ways.

One of the ways is to direct people where NOT to be. Another way is to direct people when to be where for maximum potential benefit. Another way is to invoke angelic healing through prayer.

All of these things enable people often who would otherwise die, live on by the Grace of God.

By God's Grace

While I was in Santa Fe in February at the John Douglas Healing Conference I didn't watch TV or blog much

Instead I was experiencing a lot of the time thousands of angels flying through me and lifting my consciousness. Because this was happening almost constantly I was aware of just how much I changed during this week in Santa Fe with my wife and oldest daughter at this healing conference.

It was a completely amazing experience for me to have a 2nd heart healing also which brought my heart compression up to 55% or more.This time last year my heart compression was only 40%.

 So, this was the 2nd heart healing since last may regarding John Douglas.

Also, I learned about a product called Cell food which is drops I put in water which increases the oxygen in your cells which prevented me from getting a headache at 7100 feet elevation in Santa Fe. Also, I used it in Mt. Shasta which allowed me to ski the next morning after arriving. I haven't been able to do something like this for around 10 years where I could ski the very next day without taking a day or two to adapt to the altitude which is amazing too.

Also, while in Santa Fe we drove up to 10,000 feet and I was also okay because of the cell food drops which was amazing too! And later this spring I will be 70 which is amazing too!

By God's Grace

The Angelic Reformation of Earth

What does this mean?

If you are an intuitive you already likely know what I'm talking about. It is about Angelic assistance of spiritual evolution of mankind.

Another way of saying this is: "Those who have eyes to see and ears to hear know the Angelic reformation of earth is under way."

What happens?

People who can tune into the angels now will be healed if they allow God's angels to heal them.

However, there is also a caveat:

"Not everyone's God plan is to stay here on earth and if God calls you to go somewhere else that will happen too."

As a lifelong intuitive and long distance healer. I prefer to heal at a distance because it suits me. Some people want to lay on hands but I find doing this just confusing (but that's just me). So, if God allows me to I just "See" people healed and if God allows their healing, they simply are.

It is about being a co-creator with God. If you "SEE" someone healed and God agrees with you they are.

By God's Grace

By the way this has nothing at all to do with governments or politics at all on earth.

It's very simple.

People who are ready to be healed, mentally, emotionally, spiritually and physically will be.

If you want to be a co-creator with God you first Attune to God. You become one with God's presence.

But then, your responsibility to all life in the universe is very great. So, if you misuse God's gifts you just die on the spot. No questions asked.

However, if you honor God completely God allows you to stay alive and heal all life around you "That God agrees for you to help heal" the rest of your life.

By God's Grace

More regarding Cambridge Analytica

After watching the NBC Nightly News With Lestor Holt on Saturday we learned that 50 million people were targeted by Cambridge Analytica to change their minds and vote for Trump by Bannon who became a part of Cambridge Analytica in England. This likely was one reason why Trump put Bannon in the White House by the way because likely he caused the election of Trump by manipulating data through CAmbridge analytica. Cambridge did this in England but likely it is not illegal yet to do what they did in the U.S. but it should be.

However, it likely is election Tampering which is illegal here in the U.S.

If you want to hear how it was done watch the beginning of the broadcast on Saturday March 17th 2018 of NBC Nightly News With Lestor Holt online (unless you have a DVR of it like I do.).

Cambridge Analytica harvested data from at least 50 million of unsuspecting Facebook users

Newgrange: Ireland's amazing feat of Stone Age engineering

Newgrange: Ireland's amazing feat of Stone Age engineering

Maureen O'Hare, CNN • Updated 6th July 2017
(CNN) — "It's a real sharing experience, to be in the dark waiting for the light," says Clare Tuffy, manager of Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre in Ireland's Boyne Valley.
In 2016, nearly 33,000 people applied by lottery for entry to the Newgrange passage tomb on the mornings surrounding the winter solstice.
Only 60 were chosen.
On the days between December 18 and 23, in a spectacular feat of Stone Age engineering, a dawn sunbeam strikes through the "roofbox" opening above the tomb's entrance, then creeps along the 19-meter passageway, to where a hushed group of visitors stand waiting in the blackness of the innermost chamber.
For around 17 minutes -- weather permitting -- the chamber is flooded with light.
"There are very few experiences you can share across five millennia, with your ancestors," Tuffy tells CNN Travel. "5,000 years ago, people were waiting in the exact same spot, for the same event."

Ireland's Ancient East

Hailed by UNESCO as "Europe's largest and most important concentration of prehistoric megalithic art," the World Heritage Site of Brú na Bóinne lies less than an hour's drive north of Dublin, in the heart of what the country's tourism board has dubbed Ireland's Ancient East.
Here, three large burial mounds -- Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth -- and around 40 satellite passage graves lie in the rich, green hills of County Meath.
The valley is as fertile now as when the monuments were built using tools of stone, bone and wood by a farming community in 3,200 BCE, some 500 years before the great pyramids of Giza.
Newgrange is the most famous.
This grass-covered, quartz-ringed hump, some 86 meters across and 13.5 meters high, covers an acre of land. Its smooth exterior belies the mysterious hidden chambers within; only a fraction are open to the public.

Eternal house of the dead

Bru na Boinne, Ireland
The solar aligned roofbox above the entrance is unique to Newgrange.
Brian Lynch/Tourism Ireland
These communal passage tombs proliferated across western Europe in the Neolithic era, linking the ancient communities with immortality.
"Their own houses would be very simple, ephemeral things of wood and clay, so for the dead they built houses that would last forever," Tuffy says.
Examples today include Gavrinis in France, Maeshowe in Scotland and Bryn Celli Ddu in Wales.
"As they got more and more sophisticated, they included the solar alignments," says Tuffy. They grew in scope also. In their day, they would most likely have been the largest monuments in the world. But there's a reason UNESCO says that the passage grave is "brought to its finest expression" in the Boyne Valley.
"About 12% of passage tombs have a significant solar alignment," explains Tuffy. "But Newgrange is unique in that it is the only one that has a special opening to allow the sun to enter."

Temple, tomb and town center

"We think for the people who built it, it was far more than just a tomb," explains Tuffy. The monuments had social, economic, religious and funerary functions.
"It would have been a place where people gathered, it would have been a place where the ancestors were honored. It is a symbol of the people's wealth, and it is a place probably where they interceded between the living and the dead."
Many of the 97 boulders -- or "kerbstones" -- that ring Newgrange are decorated with obscure carvings of spirals, circles, zigzags and triangles, which may have astronomical as well as religious significance.
in his 2012 book, "Newgrange, Monument to Immortality," Irish journalist Anthony Murphy argues that the Newgrange and Knowth were enormous calendars used by the Neolithic farmers to measure years, leap years and more.

After the Stone Age

Knowth, Bru na Boinne, Ireland
Newgrange is better known, but Knowth has more layers of history to explore.
Tony Pleavin/Tourism Ireland
"Eventually the building was such a drain on the resources of the community that they stopped building them," says Tuffy. "New ideas came to Ireland with bronze. We began to see shiny gold metal, and we all wanted to be buried in individual graves, and be buried with the good stuff. So the whole tradition changed. The monuments then were abandoned, but still honored."
Newgrange was sealed after its original use had come to an end.
It remained so until the passage and chamber were rediscovered in 1699 by one of William of Orange's men, nine years after the Dutch Protestant William of Orange's forces defeated those of King James II of England at the history-defining Battle of the Boyne.
The white quartz exterior was added in the 1970s.
While the artifacts unearthed in the Newgrange group are purely prehistoric, there are "far more layers of activity" at the Knowth group of 30 monuments, says Tuffy, which has features dating from the Neolithic period to the Middle Ages.
The Hill of Tara archaeological complex, ancient seat of the High Kings of Ireland and used from the Neolithic period to the 12th century, is a short distance away beside the River Boyne and can be combined with a day trip to Brú na Bóinne.

When to visit

On July 1, 2017 World Heritage Ireland introduced free entry for the under-12s to all of its heritage sites, including Brú na Bóinne. While summer is the busiest period, Tuffy reckons the best time to visit is off-season.
"In the autumn and winter months, the monuments stand out far more in the landscape and they're far more imposing, because all the vegetation around them falls away."
Access to the moments is via guided tour only, and visitors are capped at 150,000 a year. Entrance fees range from 4 euros ($4.50) for entry to the visitor center to 13 euros ($14.70) for entry to the center and to Newgrange and Knowth.
You can apply by post for the Solstice 2018 lottery or fill in a form at the visitor center. This year's draw takes place on September 28.
Although only a lucky few get inside, crowds of several hundred gather outside the tomb on those special winter days.
"It's always wonderful to be at Newgrange whether you're inside in the chamber waiting for the sunbeam or whether you're on the outside," says Tuffy.
"It makes you think about life and death and rebirth and about our place in the world and about continuity. It's certainly a better way to pass those days before Christmas than out shopping."
Brú na Bóinne, Glebe, County Meath, Ireland
32 BEAUTIFUL REASONS TO VISIT IRELAND: Poulnaborne is a Neolithic portal tomb in the Burren region of Clare, dating back to as early as 4,200 BC. It attracts around 200,000 visitors each year.
Tom O'Hare

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