Pictures of Shamans’ Unseen Energies??

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I shot these pix at what I’m fairly

convinced was the Shamans’ site

… at the Chako culture city where we lived at what is considered by neighboring folks to be a haunted vortex area. I was instructed by an unheard voice to stand still and shoot in the same spot. This series was the result.

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IS THIS A WELCOME TO SHAMAN’S SITE ? (PHOTOS)

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Picture taken about 200 feet from our house

with still about 150 feet to walk to arrive at the “shaman’s site.”

Nothing seen with naked eye.

Clear evening.

No smoke that we knew of.

Wilderness location, nobody around of whom we were aware.

Pictures before and after showed nothing out of the ordinary.

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on the way to what i feel was the home of shamans for centuries. – See more at: http://s1221.photobucket.com/user/nelladell/media/002enh3.jpg.html?sort=3&o=4#sthash.nyV5EwEe.dpuf
on the way to what i feel was the home of shamans for centuries. – See more at: http://s1221.photobucket.com/user/nelladell/media/002enh3.jpg.html?sort=3&o=4#sthash.nyV5EwEe.dpuf

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on the way to what i feel was the home of shamans for centuries

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SUPER ENHANCED

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OTHER REALMS

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What on earth made me suspect that this was the shamans’ site?

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First was the way the site made me feel — safe and welcome. Then we found this rock, and it made me wonder.

 What interested me are the lizard-looking figures.  They have been pecked into the stone, and I noted that they are covered with varying degrees of desert varnish, which means that they were made at different times.

 The people who lived here were the Anasazi.  A site I was led to by Google says that they left Chaco Canyon by 1200 and Mesa Verde by 1300, so it seems we can say that the newest and clearest figure here dates back that far or, possibly, further.  This shows how slowly the desert varnish forms, so it is reasonable to consider that the other figures, much less clear, are much older.  In this photo I can only make out three that I feel are what I’m calling lizards for now.  With the naked eye I thought I saw one, possibly two even older ones.

 At any rate, the “lizard” was important enough to be kept fresh at this particular spot for a goodly number of years, maybe centuries.  So I was reminded of shamans.  We learned that they used energies to do their traveling in other realms, and they would have understood, as yogis do today, the importance of always doing such work in the same spot, thus building and holding the needed energy in that place.

 So it seemed reasonable to wonder if this stone is part of that energy work.

 I remembered reading that what are thought to be lizards sometimes actually depict shamans working in other realms.  Arms and legs are not used so are shown floating free, and the “tail” is actually, in those cases, male energy.

 After the discovery of this stone alongside what remains of small ancient stone rooms, now in a state of ruin, I came back at night to shoot pictures.  One picture I call THE WELCOME.

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Also of interest is a series of pictures of changing energy — that of shamans?.

 Those pictures are also shown here.

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 The stone and the pictures, along with, to a lesser extent, some nearby carvings, cause me to think of this lovely place as the Shamans’ Site.

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Ancient carvings from this site can be viewed here

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I forgot to mention the light we sometimes saw over there at the ‘shaman site’ while sitting on the little terrace by our house. The light didn’t look like a camp fire or any other type of light that comes quickly to mind. It was always a bit flat looking – I mean, horizontal, rather than a ball, though it did have a flattened-on-the-bottom appearance as a spread-out fire, or several fires, might have.

It was too easy to think we were imagining that light, so we didn’t give it much importance. We did, however, visit the site on a couple of occasions on the day after we thought we saw it, but found no prints in the sand — no sign of visitors. The ‘shaman site’ is right at the bottom of Spirit Mesa, so the light could not have been at a distance.

One day I enhanced some pictures and this one, shot toward the ‘shaman site’ shows a light which has the appearance of the light we had seen on several occasions.

It’s way different, but I can’t help but be reminded of the well-known ‘Joplin Spook Light.’ The experience of a friend, who is a science teacher and who visited that Joplin light for scientific reasons, can be seen here:

https://otherearsothertongues.wordpress.com/tag/spook-light/

If anyone can verify that I am right or wrong, please let me know.

 

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STRANGE CLOAKED UFO’S (PHOTOS) ?

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Full moon.

Many folks who live in the vicinity of Spirit Mesa report having seen UFOs.
Nothing seen with naked eye.
Two cameras used, one time stamped, other not.
The two with orange lights on ground are different enhancements of same photo.
Orange lights on ground believed to be from the two flashlights we carried.
These all enhanced to show the phenomena better.
Not all enhanced equally.
The first two were taken 9 seconds apart.

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THE GOOD … From My Series, SPIRIT MESA: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY (PHOTOS)

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Taken at home at spirit mesa.. 

Among the strange experiences we had at this remote high desert site were odors, mostly of such things as grain parching or of parched grain stew, which reminded us of the Chaco people who had abandoned the area, leaving it uninhabited for 700 or 800 years.
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But one day I smelled roses.  We were not growing roses.  There were no roses in the house.  A walk around the house gave no sign of anything to account for the welcome odor.
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It occurred to me to phone The Gypsy, who said that she had called on Kuan Yin to come and protect us in that strongly energetic area and that the odor of roses was sometimes detected with her presence.  Was this Kuan Yin?  One of our own spirit guardians?  Or — simply a bizarre reflection of light?

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READ MORE ABOUT THE GYPSY HERE

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THE BAD … From My Series, SPIRIT MESA: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY (PHOTOS)

.This pic was taken from the front door of our little home at what is called a vortex spot and at which we experienced many unexplained events.

I took this pic to get the morning sun as it topped the mesa and shone light across the tops of the junipers.

I was surprised to see the black blobbies in front of the juniper to the right of the picture and the one “perched” on the post to the right of that.

The morning was clear, I saw no blobbies with the naked eye.  there was also no sign of the “cloud” in the area of the blobbies.

I was also surprised to see that the top of the stump (just over the white chair) seems to be floating.

A psychic who had visited earlier said that the stump had a spirit living in it and that if I hung a wind chime on it, it would go crazy.

I wasn’t sure I wanted a crazy spirit

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Below is the site with the stump shown in its entirety from another angle

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Right behind where the blobbies are is a big log.

Our daughter was sitting there chain smoking and reading.

She reached for her cloth cigarette case and it was gone.

Nobody, no animals around.

No explanation for it being missing.

It had been right beside her.

Six weeks later, after many monsoon rains, Hubby was making one of his dozen-a-day trips from the barn to the house and saw the case lying, in plain sight, on the ground by the log.

The Cloth was dry and looked like new.

The cigarettes were fresh and she smoked them.

The Gypsy tells of having a notable experience at that spot, also.

I have told, elsewhere, of her battle with a Navajo skinwalker and with an Apache witch.

She was a horse trainer, as is the case with many Romany Gypsies, and an excellent horsewoman.

She said that she saw the witch, at a distance, paying special attention to the horse as she (Gypsy) saddled it for a ride.

She mounted and a picture was taken.

Then the horse “went berserk,” bucked Gypsy off, and she (Gypsy) was injured.

What is of special note here is that the picture showed Gypsy floating in the air.

I do not have a copy of it and it is one of the many things that seem unbelievable.

Perhaps this picture of the stump with the bottom missing was given to me for a purpose having to do with Gypsy’s horse incident?

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THE UGLY : ANCIENT INDIAN BURIAL GROUND (PHOTO)

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Here is a photo I took while standing

in an ancient Indian burial ground.

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THE UGLY

Clear night. Nobody around, no smoke, no mist, no fog.

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