A document channelled by Jacqueline Parkhurst in 1974, was found in the Theosophical Society Library in Perth, and circulated throughout the community in 2011.
It described a site where in Atlantean times a scientific community had been based, in what is now the hills area on the Darling Scarp near Perth. Many of us read the document and felt the truth of its words.
Jeannie went in search of the site. She had a special reason to do that. The document was called The Legend of Kai. Kai was the name of her young son, born well before this document came to light. Her story of the discovery of other written records, held in trust since the turn of the century is remarkable. Those documents are now in her possession and she and Michelle became the Guardians of the site which Jacqueline Parkhurst wrote about.
Many of us drove in convoy with Jeannie, to visit and explore the site early in 2011. I was surprised to find that it was close to where I had lived for twelve years. It was located in an area known to have unusual flashing lights and visitations.
The Legend of Kai told of the collapse of the electromagnetic grid system and the subsequent devastation that ensued. Atlantis was depicted in this booklet, as an old map would have shown the British Commonwealth, located on many continents as separate territories. The Perth outpost, an observatory called Astroeth, collapsed with the weakening of the grid system. Astroeth means city of light, which is what John Glenn called Perth in 1962, when the city left its outside house and street lights on; for NASA shuttle Mercury- Atlas 6 as it orbited overhead.
I was intrigued by a description in The Legend that told of a disc, which held the history from that time, and detailed the role of the observatory. The Legend described this disc as having been hidden in a ‘library’ as a future record. This struck a chord in me that was deep and evoked a long lost memory. Did I know about this disc? This thought remained with me for months.
Using Google maps I searched the state in the hope of getting a hint at where this disc may be. One weekend I drove south to Albany to visit a friend, having forgotten about the idea of locating this disc. Pam and I drove to many of the beautiful beaches on the south coast.
Pam had introduced me to a book written by George Hunt Williamson. In his book, titled The Secret Places of the Lion, Williamson described that it was the symbol of the lion that denotes the location of ancient records, which have been secreted away until the time is right for them to be found.
It was about 3.00pm when we drove into Little Beach. I had my mind on a coffee as we had passed a café and I was ready for a snack and a drink. There was nothing in my mind except sustenance, when Pam pointed and spoke the words, “Helen, there is your lion”. Simultaneously I heard “You are in the location of the library!” We had driven into the very site I had been searching for, for months! The rolling hill which met the beach was an exact profile of lion! I began to get a bit excited.
A party gathered in Perth to explore this location two months later. Fourteen of us made our way to Albany, driving via a route that was unique for each driver. Wendy and I drove the route of the old Atlantean coastline, directed by the guide team.
Wendy, my Canadian friend and I went to visit Astroeth to introduce her to the location prior to our trip to Albany the next day. We were setting the scene, so Wendy could explore the site. It was March, 2011. The gravel stones were loose and dry and rolled like marbles under my feet. I slipped and fell, putting every cell into chaos. Then I did the same thing again, in exactly the same way, falling in the same position. A duplicate fall! What was this about? Every cell was in flux. Wendy took these photos as I sat wondering what this was about.
At home, I asked what was happening to me, as the cells were vibrating in a chaotic pattern with no feeling of integration at all. The explanation was that “You are integrating your 13th Aspect.”
I have a 13th Aspect! It is through cellular chaos that we install a new program; this 13th Aspect was my new program it would seem.
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.