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there are many myths and legends about our origins, where and who exactly created life on this planet…some call the creator/s god others believe life was given a helping hand from other intellgence…highly evolved races etc…who perhaps return from time to observe how the species evolve and to look after the planet

The following legend I found interesting

This poem was presented in a slide presentation Vision Quest by Fisheye with music by the Three Key Sound on 15th July 1997, at the Woodlands Art Gallery, Blackheath, London, England.

The story was passed on to George C. Andrews in 1995, by a Native American Indian woman who claimed she was a UFO abductee. This poem had been passed down from her Grandfather:

Very long ago in the distant past, Mother Earth was whole and healthy, everyone lived in harmony with each other. There was an abundance of food and essentials. There were other beings who regularly exchanged knowledge with those who lived on and in our Mother Earth. These beings were the Star People

There are many other civilisations out in the vast universe. They all came and traded with us in those far distant times of long ago. One thing that they were able to do besides soaring among the stars, was to see what is to be – much like when we have a vision during a vision quest. What they saw and shared with us was the coming of this age of ignorance that is upon us now.

Knowing that the ancient wisdom would be misused and exploited and perverted to destructive ways, the people gathered the sacred power objects and concealed them in the womb of our Mother – in caverns and hidden places. This was done the whole world over . . .

The star people withdrew for a time, but only after making sure the power objects had been concealed. They appointed watchers to guard the entrances to the sacred sites. All of the secrets will be completely protected. Now as has happened in the past, earth changes are about to occur. Our Mother is greatly burdened. She is heavy as a woman long due with child. She will give birth and soon too. It will be within your season – that means within our lifetime. Of course as with all deliveries, there is pain:

When mother earth has contractions – We will perceive it as earthquakes . . .

When the waters break – We will perceive it as floods . . .

When the blood gushes – We will perceive it as lava from volcanoes . . .

There will also be energy changes, maybe a shifting of the poles. However when the new life comes into being all that will be forgotten by the Mother. There must always be destruction of the old to bring forth the new. Young life feeds off old life, that is the way of the circle of life.

Afterwards comes a time of healing.The Mother and new child are cleaned and cared for. All rests easy.They young one grows from day to day. That is when the secret places will be opened. And the ancient wisdom renewed for the benefit of all. The Star People will return to our Mother and the times will be as in the long distant past. There will be celebrations in abundance throughout the universe.

Choose not to harm, our mother is carrying us all. However one day she will shake herself and lessen this load. Many will not survive the changes. Be a helper. Do what you can to ease our mother’s labour. It is fine to feel and share her pain. But you will also find ways to heal her wounds.

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ancients, alien, mayan, mayan ruins, statues, people, women, future technology, myths, legendsfantsy, nightscape, temple, mayan calendar, ancient visitors, gods

Comments

  • TheWanderingBoo
    TheWanderingBooalmost 2 years ago

    this is beautiful

  • appreciate your compliment very much simon, thank you

    – shadowlea

  • Dani D.
    Dani D.almost 2 years ago

    Excellent work, super interesting text!
    I struggle to believe that we built all those perfect pyramids out there.

  • always have been fascinated with these ancient sites and the stories never did gel well with me, so glad you too have a questioning mind, thanks for your view Dani

    – shadowlea

  • Carol and Mike Werner
    Carol and Mike...almost 2 years ago

    Fascinating work, Irene . . . an interesting read . . .

  • thanks Carol and Mike, glad you found this one interesting too..

    – shadowlea

  • aspectsoftmk
    aspectsoftmkalmost 2 years ago

    choosing not to harm, our mother is carrying us all.
    another peace of work irene that brings many thoughts of wonder…and belief that we must not wait, in the assumption that someone else will take care her..

  • thanks Terri, I see this earth as our mother giving us all we need, and getting little back, it is only logical that due to so much unbalance that there will be a reaction in order to restore that balance, we forget that this is a living planet…..

    – shadowlea

  • Keith Reesor
    Keith Reesoralmost 2 years ago

    Extraordinary!! :)

  • appreciate your saying so Keith, thanking you very much

    – shadowlea

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkealmost 2 years ago

    Gorgeous work. Very nice creation. :o)

  • thanks very much Bunny, for your compliment on this

    – shadowlea

  • © Kira Bodensted
    © Kira Bodenstedalmost 2 years ago

    09-21-12

    CONGRATULATIONS!
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  • a great honour to be featured in your group Kira, thank you very much for this

    – shadowlea

  • Ann Morgan
    Ann Morganalmost 2 years ago

    This is spectacular Irene. The mix of high tech with ancient surroundings is so well done. Really it is something else!!!

  • thanks very much Ann for your thoughts and compliment on this one….appreciate your view

    – shadowlea

  • Keith Reesor
    Keith Reesoralmost 2 years ago

    Irene,

    9-22-2012 :)

  • thanks Keith for this great honour, the feature very much appreciated

    – shadowlea

  • jewelskings
    jewelskingsalmost 2 years ago

  • thanks jewelskings for the great compliment

    – shadowlea

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