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Consciousness, Cosmology and Creativity

Life, the Universe and Everything

Last night I had a text conversation with a friend who was communicating with galaxies.
This didn’t so much surprise me as it did pique my interest.

In the course of the conversation, he was getting more “downloads” from the hearts of galaxies.

And he communicated with me some of their messages, to the effect that “Earth is Ready”, and “You Are Home.”

These messages in and of themselves, again, are not surprising. It seems to be a going trend in those that are tuned in to the energies that surround us within and without…

But here’s where it gets crazy:

Fast forward to this morning, and I sit down and ask out loud to no one in particular, “I ask, do the hearts of galaxies or the Arcturians or Pleiadians or anyone out there have anything for me? I don’t know what to ask, but I am asking to communicate.” (the reason for asking a couple of specific species of other-dimensional beings was that I was also told last night about some of my cosmic heritage, in that I have a very strong lineage, um, not from this particular planet)

I realized a moment later, oh, I have a project from client to work on an image of the Milky Way galaxy. Appropriate. I had a request to take the best image I could get, crop it, and print it at 7 feet wide by about 30″ tall on a repositionable wall cling printable fabric…the guy just wants the galaxy on his wall. I can’t blame him.

VISTA gigapixel mosaic of the central parts of the Milky Way

This striking view of the central parts of the Milky Way was obtained with the VISTA survey telescope at ESO’s Paranal Observatory in Chile. This huge picture is 108 200 by 81 500 pixels and contains nearly nine billion pixels. It was created by combining thousands of individual images from VISTA, taken through three different infrared filters, into a single monumental mosaic. These data form part of the VVV public survey and have been used to study a much larger number of individual stars in the central parts of the Milky Way than ever before. Because VISTA has a camera sensitive to infrared light it can see through much of the dust blocking the view for optical telescopes, although many more opaque dust filaments still show up well in this picture. This image is too large to be easily displayed at full resolution and is best appreciated using the zoom tool. Read about the composition of this 9 gigapixel image in this newsletter.

I opened up the ginormous image I had downloaded from the ESO (European Southern Observatory). This image weighs in at almost 4GB. That’s big. Most images I work with in my business which happens to work with digital images all day long are in the hundreds of megabytes, sometimes bordering on 1 GB or so if they’re really big. This is…4GB. And it’s the “medium” size version. The one I’m working with is about 40,000 pixels wide (your camera probably gives you about 4,000 tops by comparison). the full-size version is literally the largest photograph of the Milky Way Galaxy ever taken and is 108,199 pixels wide by over 81,000 pixels tall. I’ve tried downloading it a number of times and the server keeps losing connection…or says it has a full day left to download…because it’s 25 GigaBytes…


I’m working on this image, and I’d just asked the collective Universe if It had any insight for me today that it wanted to communicate.

And that moment, in walks in a client…relatively new client…who is acting as an intermediary between us and an aging artist that doesn’t get out much. This client is casual, he’s a carpenter and contractor by day…but he loves are, and yet is not an artist. His elder friend is an artist. He’s helping him get some work scanned and printed, after 30+ years of not doing anything with his vast archive of paintings. Most of them have been typical landscape paintings in varying styles; watercolors that are the usual fare for artists of a certain age, I’ve found.

So this client walks in at this moment. And he’s carrying 6 film transparencies to have me scan and turn into eventual fine art prints.

I grab them from him and hold them up to the light to see…and just about choke.

A bolt of something super strong hits the top of my head and blazes down my spine.

4 of the 6 transparencies are paintings of the Milky Way over landscapes…

Milky Way paintings on film over Milky Way image on my monitor

Milky Way paintings on film over Milky Way image on my monitor

Oh, Hey, HELLO Synchronicity!. Nice to see you again!

My wings flare up (what I call that energy in my shoulder blades and upper back when it tingles like WHOA and makes the hair on my arms and neck stand at attention), and I get a beam of some crazy weird tingling at the top of my head (assuming my crown area) that works its way down my spine like lightning.

And I haven’t been able to shake it since then…it’s come and gone a little, a bit of wavering, but WOW it’s been pretty consistently lighting up my senses the last few hours. Along with it, a subtle but intense (is that a thing?) pressure in my right temple, like an outward pressure from within…and when I paid attention to it and asked it to release and balance out, it backed off and now it’s on the left side too.

SOMEthing is amiss in all this awesomeness that I can’t put my finger on. But boy oh boy are things a’movin…

More later. But I needed to get this down and out there while it was still fresh.

Oh, did I mention the hashtag #everythingisconnected that I used on Instagram when I shared the post with the image of the transparencies in front of the Milky Way Galaxy image on my monitor…it had exactly 1133 posts?#everythingisconnected

Really, you can’t make this stuff up. Synchronicity FTW!

And all this after last Saturday’s amazing Aurora display from the front yard.

Aurora Borealis from Freeland, Whidbey Island, WA

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