Re: Orbs: Happy Elemental Beings
By the way, I showed Carol the photos in the thread and she really enjoyed them. She told me that the bright one in Carolien's first photo is a departed spirit who is there to help her--not sure what the small orbs seen in front of the curtain are, though. She saw elementals (tree spirits) in the still photo of the YouTube video. My computer can't do videos, unfortunately.
Vittorio's photos show fairies, Carol told me. His cat clearly sees them and this is one of the cool things about having a cat: the other dimensions are as visible to them as 3D is to us and you can always tell when they're seeing something interesting.
I've always been fascinated by the way elementals/fairies, departed spirits and other non-physical forms show up in photos mainly as spherical energy fields but sensitives in the West often also see fairies as homeomorphic forms with wings. In Hawaii they're seen in another homeomorphic form (menehune--dark-skinned little creatures with regal, yellow hats); on South Andros Island, Bahamas, where people (very churchy, there) seem to fear elementals, the local larger elementals are heard stomping around in the bush and present a sort of fearsome aspect.
The elementals on S Andros Island were apparently very pleased and grateful after Carol and I started tossing orgonite in the blue holes on the island. I heard them after that--sounded like horses in the impenetrable roadside forest. I say, 'forest,' but it's really just a dense tangle of thin-trunk, short trees and vines, growing on deadly-sharp coral rock that resembles petrified sponges--very strange landscape, there.
Muhammad clearly said that the Jinn, 'the people made of clear fire,' are pre-existent to humanity and are not subject to free will or considerations of good or evil. It's been a long time since I read that in the Qur'an but I was so astounded by it that I read it many times. That was a long time before I had any direct experience with elementals and I was looking for ways to comprehend the non-existence of devils. The Iblis story that Muhammad told seemed almost tongue-in-cheek to me and this was the closest to the bornagain chump version of Satan. Arabs, at the time, were almost addicted to poetry and allegory. It's only modern bornagain chumps who don't seem to get the importance of allegory over literal interpretation, hence their insistence that the Bible is 'infallible,' in spite of hundres of blaring contradictions within it. The less clergy-bludgeoned Muslims see the Bible as the Creative Word but also understand that much of it is allegorical and much of it (especially the Gospel) was also perverted by clergy, mainly by Rome but also by their Gnostic Paul in Palestine and the Hellenists, there. An aspect of every cult you can name is programmed schizophrenia.
The miracle of the influence of the Creative Word, I think, is that in spite of all this world-order/clergy parasitism over the past two thousand years, one can still see the pristine, enlightening messages of Christ and Muhammad shine through so many of their followers, even today.
I presume there are as many forms for elemental (Jinn? -I certainly believe so) creatures as there are cultural traditions about them around the world. The form aspect, which is most clearly seen by non-psychics like me in a couple of Vittorio's photos, are perhaps evidence of the elementals' efforts to relate to us. I once had a photo of a young pine tree, taken from above (second storey apartment), that was mostly surrounded by the distinct but hazy image of a blond white woman in a white gown, looking up at the camera. This was from a film camera. Digital images sometimes have the ability to change over time, as one of the photos Carol and I took in an underground Celtic stone chamber in upstate New York has shown over the years.
One clue to things that may empower us is to listen to what bornagain chump preachers rant about being from 'the devil.' Clergy of Chiristianity and Islam have typically driven seekers away from empowering material in an effort to kkeep their exploitive jobs secure, of course. Even jerks like Aleister Crowley have driven rational folks away from examining reality independently and openly. Notice how much like bornagaiin chump preachers that guy was. You may know that the most satanic covens, per capita, on the planet are in the American Bible Belt, where bornagain chumps often do double duty as satanists. Both belief systems are infantile and schizophrenic, so it's not hard to see why these hypocrites play both sides of the game
There are no devils, of course. All evil is a human creation, though one may extrapolate to say that individuals in other sentient species who choose self over self-sacrifice also produce the stuff and add it to the mix. Maybe that's why devil images, including freemasonry's 'Baphoment, the hermaphrodic she-goat,' usually look like a draconian. It's evidently time for humanity to set aside all these infantile paradigms.
One absolutely has to leave programmed terror, ennervating dogma and materialistic mysticism behind when one approaches this subject but the rewards are pretty remarkable and confirming if one has the courage to do that. I believe that we get a lot of sustantial help along this path, once we've committed to it. Most folks flee from commitment like it was genital warts but those lazy people are not our concern.
The etheric imagery in the photos is a sign of the 'finer' stuff, I think because the greater dimensions can be accessed through these little doors when our hearts and minds are open; UFOs are a lot less inspiring but they're fun to see, too.
Thanks, again, for those photos and keep them coming!