Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Silencing Their Messages

(Artist/Image credit:  Advice for All My Children)

Far be it for me to theorize that the Japanese fisherman are evolved enough to believe they are actually killing dolphins in order to silence their messages to humanity.  Some people believe that.  I don't know if I would give them that much credit for intelligence.  I believe it's more about their greed and apathy.  They simply are not highly evolved enough to understand the spirituality of our cetaceans and how, by murdering them systematically, they are also killing themselves and humanity.

Joan Ocean has a very interesting interview I just came across.  It speaks a great deal of our connection with dolphins, the messages they have for us if we emerge ourselves in the stillness and quiet of our souls, and simply listen.  She also speaks of what changes she believes are coming to humanity and our Earth, and also touches a bit on time travel and teleportation abilities.

Check it out here:  2012 in Harmony with Earth

A friend of mine heard about this woman on the radio the other day and gave me her name and website.  Patricia Cori.  She's authored several books that you can find on Amazon.  Her latest one, Before We Leave You: Messages from the Great Whales and the Dolphin Beings  will be released in April of this year.  Click on the link of the book to pre-order your copy if you so desire.  

Personally, I believe we are seeing and sensing a shift in humanity's consciousness.  How you personally perceive or sense it is your own journey to realize.  But I'm a believer.

The question now, is what are we collectively going to do about it?  We can ignore it, we can deny it, but it's going to happen with or without us.  And our cetaceans play a huge role in all that connects us here, whether you believe that or not.

"In the midst of movement and chaos, keep stillness inside of you." ~ Deepak Chopra ~

And let's not forget Little Grandmother/Keisha's profound statement:

"These animals I can say with my own knowing are holding a vibration for us humans even in our darkest hour when us human beings have been the worst of our worst, they are the ones that have held their vibration to keep this planet OKAY.  And for anyone to think it is okay to kill a dolphin, a whale, or an elephant is killing every one of us and our planet."


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  2. Scientists believe that there is a lone baleen whale somewhere out there in the oceans of our world whose song is so low that others of its kind cannot hear it. This unique whalesong was first recorded by hydrophones in 1989 at a frequency of 51.75Hz, which is just above the lowest note on a tuba, and has been tracked many times since. The scientists say that baleen whales, such as blue, fin, and humpback, communicate with each other using sound between 12 and 25Hz, and they conclude that this whale, whom they have named 52Hz, must be all alone, without friends, or family, or a mate because it sings so low.
    However, I submit that there may be another explanation: perhaps, just perhaps, we are not the only intelligent and sentient beings on this tiny blue space marble who believe in and pray to a Supreme Being; and if you are willing to suspend disbelief and accept this notion, then maybe what the hydrophones are picking up is not whalesong, but the voice of God.

  3. Hi Momma!

    I must apologize profusely for the serious delay in approving your comments to appear here. Since October, I've been working with my partner to remodel the house we just finally moved into a few days ago. So life was just too hectic for me to be updating here.

    Thank you so very much for your comments, for what you have shared, and for taking time to be here and read my blog. It's people like you that keep me motivated to keep writing here :-)

    I hope to resume here again soon (after unpacking and settling in.)