Thursday, April 3, 2008

The Mind Chronicles



I first heard about Barbara Hand Clow almost 10 years ago ... trust me, I didn't get it. I picked up one of her books in a store at Penn Station on the way to New Jersey about 6 months ago. It rang chimes in my head. It was hard to understand, but it rang chimes. Then, about a month ago, I ordered this book, her book on Chiron, and the one called "Catastrophobia". So far, I've been able to get through only this one. It's not that it is difficult reading. It's that it takes time to absorb. It rattles me on many levels ... rattles, rattles, rattles ... and then like a slot machine's wheels coming to rest, suddenly it clicks. While the book I have is cluttered with underlines and highlighting, these are some quotes that speak to me the loudest.


“Whenever humans have gotten out of balance, the owl returns: It is a harbinger, a bird of great warning. Owl is the Keeper of Species. Humans can create anything, but they do not have the right to destroy the Earth and her creatures. Owl is the Goddess of the forest and the watcher of the crystal skull.” P. 362

“Up to now, your understanding of the mastery teachings has been primarily intellectual, but now, in the light of the Goddess, you will soon shiver with feeling.” P. 353

“She said that Mary was the Earth priestess who was to be the teacher about Christos. She claimed that she is Mary Magdalene’s bloodline. She said it is true that the Nephilim, the gods, came down, but that if the gene of Isis is honored as the female side of the DNA factor, healing will occur. She said that women are not just vessels for the male seed, but that females are the vessel itself, the Grail, the carriers of the vine and the branches.” P.323

“I show them that bees are sacred messengers who suck the female nectar from the flowers to make honey. The flowers are in tune with the cycles of feminine Earth power, and the bees make the flower nectar into honey, which contains the exact, potent energy of essential life formation.” P. 369



Honeybees have mysteriously gone missing from their hives all over the country. Minnesota beekeepers, whose hives are still in hibernation, will learn in coming days how hard they've been hit.


Researchers nationwide are trying to solve a growing agricultural mystery: Where are all the bees? While picnickers may cheer their demise, the rapidly shrinking bee population threatens the pollination and survival of a multitude of commercial crops. A hint of the problem first arose five months ago in Florida where beekeepers said they found whole hives abandoned by adult bees who left behind food and bee larvae, the young that develop inside the hive. "We're at a tipping point but we don't know what's caused the tip," said Kevin Hackett, a bee expert with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Minnesota beekeepers, whose hives are still in hibernation, will learn in coming days how hard they've been hit. The prospect of losing a significant number of colonies has some local beekeepers worried. The problem now has a name -- colony collapse disorder -- but no explanation. It concerns one type of bee, the European honeybee, or apis mellifera. Bumblebees and any of the 1,500 other species of bee found in the United States are not in danger, but neither are they a replacement for the honeybee.


By Matt McKinney,
Star Tribune Last update: April 24, 2007 - 11:08 PM
See the rest here.



“We can enter stellar Dreamtime by learning the ways of animals through totemic magic. But we cannot understand animal totems without observing their instinctual habits on Earth. As people connect with their totem animals, they will protect the animals, realizing that they are connections to their own souls. We are soulless without our animal teachers. And the crisis is cosmic! It is no accident that the Zodiac is in animal form.” P. 216

“The part of me that could not resist returning is the part of me that plays. The very instant I was able to feel my own mother’s ecstasy and pain, I was granted my own daughter from the universe; the Goddess was reborn in my own body. This was the first time I had opened myself since my soul was first injured on Earth. Men say that if we could see God, we would be blinded, and women say that when we feel the Goddess, we are stripped of our lies.” P.165

“In your third incarnation as a Pleidian, find hope and connection in the many, many humans who have found my light. When that time comes for you, Aquarius, the water bearer, will energize the planet. The Egyptians knew the secret because their god of the Nile, Hapi, was represented by the hieroglyph of Aquarius. Wait for the water bearer.” P. 132

“… as the kind shaman of the seventh level opens the east gate to Spider Grandmother who weaves us back together, I breathe deeply and open my heart.” P. 377


EARTH INTRUDERS by Bjork




We are the earth intruders
We are the earth intruders
Muddy with twigs and branches

Turmoil! Carnage!

Here come the earth intruders
We are the paratroopers
The beat of sharp shooters
Come straight from voodoo
With our feet thumping
With our feet marching
Grinding skeptics
Into the soil
Shower of goodness coming to
End the doubt pouring over
Shower of goodness coming to end

We are the earth intruders
We are the sharp shooters
Flock of parachuters
Necessary voodoo

I have guided my bones through some voltage
And love them still
And love them too

Metallic! Carnage! Furiocity! Feel the speed!

We are the earth intruders
We are the sharp shooters
Flock of parachuters
Necessary voodoo
There is turmoil out there

Carnage, rambling
What is to do but dig
Dig bones out of earth

Mud graves! Timber! Morbid trenches!

Here come the earth intruders
There'll be no resistance
We are the canoneerers
Necessary voodoo

And the beast
With many heads
And the arms rolling
Steamroller!

We are the earth intruders
We are the earth intruders

Muddy with twigs and branches
Forgive us, tribe

We are the earth intruders
We are the earth intruders

Muddy with twigs and branches

Marching

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