I was to make a second visit to the disc in Albany as it “may assist you to attune to the energy that you will require for your journey to the Centre of this land”. And “Take one person with you to Cave Hill, and involve the aboriginal people”.
Michelle was sitting at the island bench in my kitchen as I was telling her of this mission to the Centre. Her phone rang. It was a call to tell her that she had been gifted some money, enough to join me. Such perfect timing! We had the team of two!
Now to involve the indigenous people! I didn’t know of any aboriginal people. Yet one of our Albany adventurers did. I was introduced to one of our elders, a Noongar who was born on the Nullarbor Plane, in Pitjantjatjara country. When I related to her the job we have been given, she says “Well I had better bring you in then, hadn’t I?”
Michelle and I went to visit her, and she “brought us in” in the traditional way that the indigenous people have initiated their people for 60,000 years. As Violet pointed out, their culture is the oldest culture on the planet.
On the 12th October Michelle and I began a three day road trip to Albany for a second visit to the disc. We decide to go with no plans, and stay at Pam’s home while Pam was in Perth. We spent time in three places, with Antoni as our tour guide as Albany is his home town.
The first visit we made was to the disc. It is a perfect oval shape, supported by underlying rocks for support. Michelle is sitting on it.
On the road out of Little Beach, we photographed about seven turtles which emerged to lay eggs. Ah! A ley line coming from the bay we have just left.
All animals have a propensity to change your environment just as you have. You have the ability to intend change and command it to occur. The animal world is just as able to do that as you are. They use a different set of abilities to create change. The change codes are embedded in their DNA and as they move, travel, swim and climb; their codes are released upon the surfaces upon which they frequent. For the Turtle it is the oceans of the world and where they lay their eggs on the land. This unique, ancient animal; bridges the two mediums of land and sea, and the codes they carry are lines of light that bind their nesting places with the sea. They have always laid their eggs in the same beach. Their entry and exit points are determined by each generation from inherited cellular memory. If you could capture a film of every species of turtle entering and exiting their own unique piece of beach frontage, to lay their precious eggs, you would have a picture of lines of light that “sew” the land to the sea in those places. 2010©
Turtles define the ley lines, or the song lines!
And Waychinicup, which has such soft energy where the tide was rising a soft swirling and lapping around the rocks captivated me, with its rhythmic dance of sound.
Driving out, we spotted a most unusual clump of grass trees, or zanthorrea!
We discover that these are most likely to be females of the zanthorrea species. That gentle spot filled with lapping water had a counterpart across the bay. A male place called Stony Hill.
The next day we were met by squalls of wind and rain as we stepped out of the car and look what we had with us.
So many orbs! This wind was wild, yet the orbs maintained their stability.
We left via the Porongurups to balance the energy triangle.
What was it we achieved this second trip?
This trip was a consolidation of the first Unity Grid in the network which now spans your country. It was the first time you had used the coding that you each carry to implement a component of the new network.
You do not see your own simple lives as being anything other than ordinary. There is not one of you who is ordinary. Each one of you in your own way hold a unique signature, a complex set of colours, sounds, and geometry that walk with you, drive with you and spread as you move through each day. That is your purpose, to move your signature around.
The places you go to frequently have your signature well embedded for others to use as their activation. You leave a pulse point sitting there; a trail of light that connects with those who are ready for the next upgrade. They walk across your trail and “bingo” – the jackpot of light is theirs. Their soul is well aware of this. Their humanness often prevents full comprehension, for you are so set on “doing”. Yet this is your role, with or without comprehension, this is what you are here to do.
Pam created the diamond with you that weekend for it was she who stretched the geometry to Perth and swapped places with you. In this way you created a triangle that expanded to become a diamond. And that diamond ‘stitched’ Perth to the south coast.
With the memory of our three days in Albany as our yardstick, we prepared for our trip to Uluru.
We made the decision that our plans would unfold in each moment. That would be all the preparation we would do. We organised our trip on the day that Qantas grounded its fleet due to an industrial dispute!
I decided to stay in Alice Springs for three days before flying to Port Macquarie to spend a week with my daughter and her family. I realised later that I was spanning the country west to east and back. Michelle booked a flight to return to Perth on the 12th November for a formal presentation dinner.
In 2001 Helen McCarthy asked loudly and vehemently to be shown how the visible and the invisible work together. Be careful what you ask for.
In the middle of that year she experienced an epiphany. A loud voice shouted the same sentence into her head twice. That sentence made little sense at the time; yet was a premonition of what was to come. She was about to live the answer to her question through a cancer diagnosis.