Friday, December 27, 2013


Warmest Wintertime Greetings!
Well, I can readily proclaim that our dear Mother Nature has certainly been busy as of late. As most of you know, winter, which arrived one week ago, has definitely arrived. If you've been watching or listening to the news, staying away at the time-being from drama (which is my suggestion in order to enjoy this lovely time of year), focusing instead on the weather, you've noticed that town upon town across our country have witnessed relatively explosive visits from the sky. On the first day of winter, there were record floods in Ohio, tornadoes in Kentucky, ice storms across the North East.  Warm air blasted into cold, wreaking havoc on those in its path, both human and nature.  Hopefully, you understand that we shouldn't rely on the fact that the weather pattern we've witnessed and recorded over the past 100 years will remain constant. No. In fact, if indeed it correlates with history, weather will be like nothing modern man has ever witnessed. I do not say this, however, to frighten anyone, on the contrary, I make this statement to give you a heads-up, the weather will change as it has since the creation of this planet billions and billions and billions of years ago. We just need to accept this fact and keep our heads up, our ears and eyes open and maybe, just maybe, make different choices as to how we wish to go about our daily lives. Where we choose to live. What we choose to drive; feed our children and ourselves; how we wish to heat and cool our homes.
In the third installment of the White Bird Series, Little Blue Star, BOOK ONE is titled THE SACRED FOUR CORNERS accompanied by a Message from the Hopi Elders from Oraibi, Arizona about this new Age we began entering one year ago: December 21, 2012.  The Hopi's message is a direct indicator of steps to take to ensure a safe transition through the Ages. The message says:

We have been telling the people that this is the eleventh hours
Now you must go back and tell the people that This is the hour
And there are things to be considered. 
Where are you living?
What are you doing?
What are your relationships?
Where is your water?
Know your garden
Create your community and be good to each other.
And do not look outside yourself for the leader.
This could be a good time.
There is now a river flowing very fast.
It is so great and swift that there are those that will be afraid.
They will try to hold on to the shore.
They will feel they are being torn apart and will suffer greatly.
Know the river has its destination.
The elders say we must let go of the shore,
Push off into the middle of the river,
Keep our eyes open, and our heads above the water.
See who is in there with you and celebrate.
At this time in history, we are to take nothing personally.
Least of all ourselves!
For the moment that we do, our spiritual growth and journey comes to a halt.
The time of the lone wolf is over.
Gather yourselves!
Banish the word struggle from your attitude and your vocabulary.
All that we do now must be done in a sacred manner and in celebration.
We are the ones we've been waiting for.

As I've stated many times in my blogs and numerous times in my books, indigenous tribes throughout the world understand and have prophesied various occurrences in this time we are moving through.  In different ways, using other words, they've delivered this message describing a particular way of life and attitude. Many, if not all who still live close to the land and their creator, accept these ways as appropriate in this time of adjustment earth and humanity are moving through in order to transcend into the next dimension of existence; namely the Fifth Age: The Age of Illumination or the Age of Humanity. Either way, it's an Age where mankind finally comes into their own. As the Hopi claim, the time of the lone wolf is over.  My interpretation of this particular statement is; we should not consider ourselves separate from one another any longer; we are and always have been connected.  Actually the entire message above can have its own interpretation and most likely does, but I chose this message and included it my book as it is profound, encapsulating this time in history so remarkably well. Also, of course, because in "Little Blue Star," Crystal, my lovely Avatar, visits with the Hopi and whether or not she unveils their particular secret--which she should do in each book if her travels are successful--will be revealed to the reader.
So, in this particular message, the Hopi Elders say at the end, 'we are the ones we've been waiting for.' Many, many souls from all walks of faith still believe that a grand Messiah is going to mysteriously manifest and step out into the public one day, delivering a message and casting aside all the suffering, pain and hunger humanity has struggled with since the beginning of time. I, as do others, believe otherwise. I believe the we, every single human being , are the masters, the messiahs, not just one man or woman and each of us has the ability to cast all suffering aside.  I've mentioned in my other blogs a shift in human consciousness is occurring right now.  We as a human race are being re-wired, our DNA is changing, our children are showing us ways to do things we never imagined, our patterns of thinking are different than merely ten years ago. All one has to do is pick up the newspaper, or more likely, go online and 'google' DNA detection and they can discover all manner of new-found and often times radical ways to detect various layers of DNA under the electron microscopy.  If one digs deeper, however, using more refined keyword searches, they can see how scientists are now aware that DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) isn't just a data source of life responsible for cell growth, death and structure, or a molecule encoding the genetic instructions for life, or the hereditary material in all humans and other forms of life, rather it is much more profound, complex and grand than that. It's a chemical blueprint that the Human Genome Project could only encode 10% of. This tells us that 90% of our DNA has not been coded. Actually, only 4% of our DNA is responsible for the 23,000 genes each human body has. There's a lot about our DNA we don't know!
Like I often do, I diverted off the path of my message, so now I will return:  We are the ones we have been waiting for. Slowly, but surely, humanity is awakening to the knowledge that they are more than just eating, breathing, sleeping, talking machines: Underlying their every day machinations lies a slumbering giant ready to accept the fact that they are divine, deserving of their divine birthright with powers greater than ever imagined.
And so, on this day, it is with the greatest pleasure that I share with you a gift, part of humanity's birthright, a reminder from your ancestors and guardian spirits how extraordinary we are.  I will do this by sharing a passage from "Crystal Blue Sky," Book Two in the White Bird Series.  Without revealing too much for those who've not read this book, I'll just say that Crystal was given a message from an ancient priest in gratitude because she saved his clan from an extremely unpleasant demise. This priest is Kahuna in the Order of Kane, a direct descendant from the long line of Hawaiian priests, a high priest of the Mo'o clan who knows the ancient secrets of the dragon. As I promise readers as they travel with Crystal they too will learn the ancient secrets of the divine human. Here is a message of Ho'ala Huna which means, 'that which causes an awakening to the sacred reality, a spiritual path that stands in complete integrity with itself, a way of life to observe the world and a spiritual science that lets us understand and expand our spiritual world.'
This passage is taken from "Crystal Blue Sky," pages 254 - 257. The person speaking is Kahuna, the ancient priest from the Mo'o clan, describing to Crystal the Seven Principles of Huna:

“Every human on the earth is a piece of God and knows everything. We will help them remember that which they have forgotten. Let us talk a bit about how to create your own reality: What applies to one, applies to the other. This is what your scientists are beginning to discover and what every human being is capable of. It is all just a matter of human awareness expanding which will need to happen for the great awakening that humanity deserves.
“What I share with you now is much of what humanity has forgotten. These are the seven principles of Huna.” [9] The old man looked directly into Crystal’s eyes. “The first is this: Ike, The world is what you think it is. This is very simple. If you think the world is bad, then it is. If you think the world is good, then it is. You can change your perception of the world anytime you choose. The world is what you make it. You are the creator of your world. You are not the victim of your world or anyone else’s. One cannot make another feel bad if the other does not choose to feel so. It is time the people of the earth know this reality. Humans are powerful creators and can manifest anything they so choose. And so, your life is a self-fulfilling prophesy.
“The second principle is Kala, There are no limits, everything is possible. Whatever you want in life you can have, but be careful what you wish for. Humans are made in the Great Spirit’s image. They are amazing creators and they can create anything whether it is peace or chaos. Most humans have forgotten how powerful they really are and they blame others for their lives. They have created everything they experience as a means to understand and ultimately to become empathetic to those who choose to experience a similar situation. It is easier to love someone with a compassionate heart than it is without one, and it is just as easy to create a difficult life as it is to create a peaceful one. Humans need to remember that when they listen to what their heart tells them to do, instead of listening to their mind telling them what they cannot, there are no limits to the beauty in the possibilities.
“The third principle is Makia, Energy flows where attention goes. And you, young Crystal, you did that earlier when you showed yourself that you did not hurt yourself. This is a simple principle. It is time for humans to remember they are pure consciousness and consciousness is pure energy. All that is done can be undone in the spirit of pure love and harmlessness. To have a life of abundance and health—which is a natural state for the human being—give attention to wishing that for others, as well as for yourself, and it will be returned to you. It is an energetic exchange that is universal and helps to break the mind free of the belief that humans are merely human. If you wish others pain and misfortunes beware, for it is the same energetic exchange.
“The fourth principle is Manawa, Now is the moment of power. There is no past nor is there a future that exists in the now moment. When you are in the now moment, you cannot regret the past, nor can you worry about the future—both do not exist. The only moment that anyone has any control over, is the now moment. That is where their power is. To free the mind of regret and worry is to find peace. Peace and an awakened spirit come in remembering to stay consciously aware of the now.
“The fifth principle is Aloha, To love is to be happy with. Living together in harmony is how humans were created to live. They were not created to live in chaos or disease. Intolerance, prejudice, and an unforgiving spirit create imbalance and disharmony. To love and accept each other, even though you may not agree with another’s choice, is to honor them as divine spirits living their divine path. All humans are little gods, some with great egos and they forget to make space for the other little gods. When everyone remembers to make this space, peace will once again prevail on earth. War, which is an unnatural state for humans, will thus be unnecessary. Human’s natural state is to love and be in harmony with each other and nature. When they individually begin to return to that state, then they will be happy, and will be unable to cause harm.
“The sixth principle is Mana, All power comes from within. Mana is life force energy, and Ho’ala Huna reminds us that each life is a divine opportunity to develop ones spirit. In learning how to master their spirits, our ancestors learned how to master the flow of life energy. By learning how to master the flow of life energy, they learned how to master their Divine ability to create. By taking personal responsibility for how they created their lives, they grew in terms of personal enlightenment and empowerment. God is not found in a particular place of worship, but in the essence of one’s spirit as All That Is. Everything outside of oneself is nothing but an illusion. The reality of oneself comes from within. That is where the answers are, and ultimately, where power comes from.
“And the last principle of Huna is Pona, Effectiveness is the measure of truth. What is the truth of the river that flows without a dam?” The old man asked her.
Crystal shrugged her shoulders.
“The truth is where it naturally flows,” he smiled. “When something is done effortlessly and effectively, without force, then that is a measure of truth. Many times humans use force to get what they want. They manipulate and they cheat their way into what they feel is their true path.  The truth, however, does not need to be forced. Like the current of the river, it cannot be forced to go a certain way. If one were to sit in their canoe, trusting that the current take them where they need to go, their journey would be much easier than if they struggled with their paddle. If the current takes them over rough waters, and if they trust themselves, accepting that their journey is one they chose themselves, then they will arrive unharmed, full of new knowledge.
“When humans learn to listen to that voice in their heart, the one that says ‘turn right, or don’t do that,’ then and only then will they discover they have an internal guiding system that will never fail them. Truth will be measured effectively when they listen with their hearts, instead of their minds.

“All of these principles work very well together, and once mankind begins to realize how simple life can be, and how much in control they really are, then their lives will once again be balanced and harmonious.”
(The footnotes refer to material adapted from "Huna Kapua," by Serge Kahili King, found on various websites. To learn more about Serge, follow this link.

We are the ones we've been waiting for; you, me and your family. We are the masters, the healers, the way showers, the light workers, match holders, deserving of all things good.  Embrace the fact that freedom is at your doorstep if you choose it to be, but remember with freedom comes great responsibility. If we are indeed the ones we've been waiting for, divine humans awakening to a new reality, we should heed the Hopi's message and begin practicing the Seven Principles of Huna: Simple secrets to a compassionate life.  These are not difficult instructions. Maybe as we enter into the year 2014, a year described by many as the year we'll see great changes all over the world, we should cloak ourselves in these principles and begin viewing the world not just as a place to live, but as the grandest home in all the universes combined, where humans live together peaceably, with cooperation and compassion, brilliant angels having one helluva fantastic human experience.
Have a very, very happy New Year and we'll talk soon.