Chat with the Hummingbird Vine?

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What would you think if you were out in the woods and in a small clearing you saw a huge array of dark green vines with pointy leaves, all festooned with large bright orange trumpet-like flowers? You just might step on over to better view the tiny hummingbirds that were feasting from the gorgeous trumpets.

Now, what if a voice came into your head saying, “Aren’t those hummingbirds delightful!”

Your eyes widen and you peer around, seeing no other person. Then the voice returns, “Did I scare you? Sorry! My name is Jebid and I adore these trumpety flowers. I live here with them!”

A Sweet Hummer!

Would you immediately assume that you’d met a fairy as they did a thousand years ago? Go and tell all your friends there were fairies, sprites or elves here?  Or would you whip out your pendulum and ask if the speaker was an elemental (a species that elected to come to Earth eons ago without their physical bodies. They are of love and light and like to talk with us) or an angel? There are indeed many elementals around, especially in nature.

If you get YES on your pendulum, you have a new elemental friend! Find out Jebid’s signature. You might stay and discuss area logging and climate problems. That is until Jeb tells you a thunderstorm is on the way. Head on home humming, maybe more happy than usual!

No Mow May?

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At the start of May, I heard an environmental fellow saying that not mowing in May would aid the bees, birds, all the critters that depend on flowers. They yard sprang up with clover all over, lots of yellow and purple and blue wildflowers and all sorts of florid vines. I did take the weed eater and cleared the driveway but left the rest.

Dandy-Lion!

Thoughts on Sharing vs Business

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It’s clear I take Love and Light seriously and look around to see where it may be applied to make a better world. Yet I also try to sell pendulums at significant prices. What’s up with that?

On the One Hand…

One Hand:

  • 12/22 was my first anniversary of being dumped from the job I’d excelled at for 12 years because the new boss hated me from day one. People were crying and hugging me (disregarding Covid rules) on my way out.  My savings are about gone, so a store seemed like a good idea.
  • I had to sell the house in town for very little return, but no more house payments or insurance there. I’m full time at the cabin now and it absolutely needs work. Leaks all around, and the leak at the wood stove rusted the pipes so I can’t use the stove to help heat the house this winter. There is so much needs to be done and I cannot afford it.
On the Other Hand…

The Other Hand:

  • I blog from the heart and try to make sure nobody thinks the only reason I do it is to sell stuff. The main reason is to share my thoughts on how to make Earth a better place to live. I have faith my situation will come out right in the end. I’ve had recent morning visions that were very positive.
  • I made videos to put up but hesitate to post any more as I did them by myself with simple gear. They are rudimentary but I think the things they try to teach and share are worthwhile. If you would like to see a few of the demonstration videos I made, let me know and I’ll post some. Free, of course.

Conclusion:

  • I have emphasized before that you can make your own pendulums or get them elsewhere, my concern is that you use them safely and communicate with ones you can learn from. That’s why I wrote my book and recently updated it. It details how to use them safely with lots of tips and examples. If I can ever get the Conversing eBook through the system to make it available, I’ll offer it free. The paperback is at a big discount on Amazon.
  • I made hundreds of individually styled pendulums so folks like you could look through them and choose one that means something to you. I gave them different prices to so accommodate different people. All are unique and made with love.
Pouring Love on All Different Colors, Shapes and Types! (I painted it)

The bottom line is we all need to make a living. How we do it takes thought and care to not derail our souls. I appreciate the folks who read my postings as I pour my heart into them. Since I was fired, I have written and published that Conversing with Various Entities book and now have another on a Spaceship landing in the University of Louisville Football field and the mayhem it causes. It’s going to be published in early January. FYI, it features Love and Light, too! More on that later. Generally, not being externally employed has allowed me to use my creativity and grow as a person. In the end it was probably a good thing to happen. It took a year before I could say that. WOW!

Day of Infamy

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Hello!

I’m writing this on the “Day of Infamy” as December 7th was the day the imperial Japanese made a devastating attack on the US Navy Base of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. There in the mist of morning, thousands of sailors and others were killed by kamikazes and bombs. Many ships were sunk, including those full staffed. Have you seen the memorial at Pearl Harbor, like the boat that takes visitors to the sunken USS Arizona? As a former US Navy Sailor whose ship anchored at Pearl, I felt so broken hearted for the sailors, their families, my own family losses, and the resulting war that culminated with atomic attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

I have learned over the years that the way to address such an attach is not to kill more of them than they killed of us. True, the US forced Japan to surrender and the Pacific war ended. It was true that our bombing was celebrated in the US, movies portraying related actions heroically. The world feared us and our pride soared. Other countries got atomic weapons. We dug survival bunkers.

When we retaliate, we share the aggressor’s evil and wrong. Yes, we needed to respond. It is not clear how this event was built; had we opportunities to prevent the attack? Many investigative reports say we probably could have avoided the event altogether. Did we let it happen because of our fixation on the war against the Devil Hitler? Did our hubris in finally, belatedly going over to rescue beleaguered Britain and France, our acting as saviors, reveal how our ignoring the threat of Hirohito may have happened?

I am not trying the make the US seem as the secret instigator of all this, nor do I follow any other conspiracy. I am hoping we will think about these circumstances, how working with Japan earlier, how helping Europe fortify against Hitler earlier, how being aware of the brewing unrest and hate and acting with tolerance and forgiveness early on may have gutted this most horrible of worldwide wars. Can we prevent war when Russia tries to overtake the Ukraine? I think many are attempting to do just that.

Tolerance, peace and forgiveness are components of Love and Light, a subject that makes me think of flowers. I have also been to the Netherlands and Belgium. And have placed flowers at some tombstones erected in the massive international military graveyard near their borders.

About Love and Light

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Love and Light is the primary focus of those who want to share bounty, teach others about accepting people who look different or have different customs or religions, the one who want to make this world a wholesome and healthy place to live and prosper. Keywords? Tolerance, sharing, generous, helping.

Love and Light, by Mary Ellen Wall

The grid is the city, the flowers are the sustenance as well as the beauty that the bees, hummingbird, butterfly and the little caterpillar, the inhabitants living together, need to survive and multiply. The sunlight empowers their growth, with intermittent rain providing more sustenance. The thing not often noticed is that the roots need the earth to anchor them and to provide the nutrients the flowers need to maintain their ability to share with the pollinators and others. The stones represent the elemental forces of nature.

We need to care for this earth to nurture this scene, don’t we? What would happen if drought stuck? A flood? A heat wave? These things are becoming more common and are happening in more and more areas. To keep this wonderful structure alive we must fix the climate, clean up the pollution and in general tend to the place we call home. How would you feel if someone knocked over the trellis and stomped the flowers out of hate? Love and Light battles hate every second. Need help determining how to participate? I packed lots of training on communication methods you can use into my book Conversing With Various Entities, one of my efforts to share Love and Light.