My interview with Micheal Bloom of We are free.tv out of Israel.
Category: Ancient Times
The Worth of a Human
The undertone of aggression against Humanity has grown to such a degree we no longer recognize our fundamental Rights and Freedoms.
Your Power to Share
Three simple tools we over look in daily life, are the main powers of the shamanic way. Love/Gratitude Seeing/Truth Blessing/Energy True Shamanic teaching offers the seeker an authentic initiation. Not copying teacher but building on wisdom, creating one’s own way. Being open to finding new information. Trusting, Loving, and Blessing the next generation keeps Shamanic…
My Top Hat Man Encounter
On retrospect I think Top Hat Man was kind of testing me. Testing me to see if I was a clear enough Channel. If I had conquered my fear enough to do a final task for the Creator. In this regard I’m not sure who Top Hat Man really is.
The Corricancha and Ancient Walls of Cusco Peru
Here there is a church built on top of pre-Incan megalithic walls. The invaders always build over the sacred or special areas of the locals. I snapped a shot as we first arrived and drove through Cusco. This shot I stole from the web so you can see the walls it sits on more clearly…
The Mysterious Stones of Saqsaywayman
In September of 2017 I traveled to the mysterious city of Cusco Peru. My intention was to continue into the sacred Valley to the Ayahuasca retreat called The Source. See my blog here. Before I would continue I had made arrangements for a private guide to take me to some of the megalithic sites in…
I Left my Blood at Lacock Abbey
I traveled with good personal friend and UFO researcher Robert Hulse to various interesting UK sites in May of 2016. One of the most profoundly personal experiences happened to me when we visited Lacock Abbey. So intensely personal in fact that it has taken me over a year to even think about writing about it. The…
Roman Amphitheatre in Amman Jordan
Amman’s Roman Theatre is a 6,000-seat, 2nd-century Roman theatre. A famous landmark in the Jordanian capital, it dates back to the Roman period when the city was known as Philadelphia.