Allowed to see the invisible
I often marvel at some of the experiences that we call wow moments. I have only just begun to see that these moments are signs indicative of my development as proof and evidence, if you will.
We all experience unforgettable moments that can be fleeting. Like the time I was sitting on a cold, rocky beach on a sunny and calm day staring out at the ocean and the little island bird rookery just offshore. Suddenly, a humpback whale breached fully out of the water just off the southern tip of the little island.
My companion and I watched it silently, reverently and when the whale had disappeared, we waited in prolonged and silent awe for further display. When after a few minutes nothing more happened, I finally quietly asked, did you see that?
“Yeah.” A comment made not in nonchalance but with stunned awe.
The experience is forever branded in my memory. I have no pictures of the experience just the memory and when I tell people about it they believe every word and are I believe just as moved as I was.
There are some experiences I have recorded images of that people simply will not believe what they see. In an age of manipulated photos, airbrushed advertising, simple desktop red-eye removal and mobile image retro enhancing, some find it hard to believe that an image is not juiced up in some manner to show the “unbelievable” or the invisible.
There is a place near where I live, along the highway heading into the next biggest city that I swear is a vortex. In fact, there are three vortices along, on or very near that road between my house and the city.
One vortex is off the road but very accessible to everyone by a formal pull-off. Another vortex lies along this road is an inside curve that when I drive by I get absolutely nauseous sometimes. The very next outside curve from this spot is where a lot of accidents happen.
A lot of times the amount of nausea I experience depends on whether I’ve been to Circle or meditating at various outdoor spots along the road or chanting and affirming as I drive. In other words, if I’m nearing an altered state or coming out of an altered state, I feel the energy of that spot with greater intensity.
The third spot is on the very outskirts of town. It creates a little bit of dizziness most of the time. I’ve been driving this road for many years and I’m guessing that I have become inured physically to the affects of this spot.
I was driving into town recently when I came around a turn and saw a beautiful ray formation in the clouds above the city – but I was heading north. It looked like a sunrise but it was north.
Anti-crepuscular rays are opposite point of the sun on the horizon. That is what I saw and it was beautiful. So I stopped at the side of the road to take a picture. I forgot my camera but I did, of course, have my mobile with me.
This highway is two lanes most of the way and very busy with a 55 plus speed limit and narrow safety lanes, so I stayed in the car and rolled down the window.
I took image after image trying to avoid cars in the frame and then went on my way forgetting the images until several days later I put the images on my computer. Now it is impossible to “fudge” a digital image especially one captured on a simple mobile phone. Sure you can lighten, change the colors etc. but this is something more.
The image presented here has not been manipulated in any way by me on any computer or on my mobile phone. It is raw and real.
The next image came out so dark I couldn’t see what it was. I was going to trash it but the longer I looked at the first image the more questions I had about what was going on.
I took the dark image and lightened the exposure in Photoshop. That’s all I did; nothing else was done to this image. Hmmm.
The subsequent images appear ‘normal’ but what the hell is going on in the first two images? This is a vortex. The fact that it was also inside my car may account for my nausea or dizziness.
In the image of the car I would expect to see blurring because of the fast movement, not the hard lines. And the ‘shape’ behind the car, if you look closely, goes all the way into the background; to the horizon.
The second image is my steering wheel and has the same hard lines evident in the first image, several of them. In my clumsiness and wearing gloves I accidentally captured an image inside the car before taking another purposeful image of the anti-crepuscular rays on the horizon.
This is not the first time I have captured images on a digital device or camera that shows phenomena. In fact I have been taught that this remarkable occurence is available to those who have developed their physical psychic phenomena abilites.
This can be seen by comparing in two images of the same scene, for example at a scenic view, taken by two different people. One image has orbs or flashes of light captured and the other image is devoid of that phenomena.
It’s just a plain old picture taken by someone not as developed in their physical psychic abilities.
The image here of the waterfall is an example of that. I take people to this lovely little spot near my home all the time. They take tons of images that depict a beautiful peaceful place.
I however have a lot of images of this waterfall and the surrounding area full of orbs – beings of light and elementals. I have also taken people who are highly attuned in their clairvoyance to this spot that report seeing the elementals playing in the waterfall.
Sympathy abounds from friends who see my images and comment it is too bad that water droplets got on my camera lens. I however am thrilled with every image. Sometimes the orbs overwhelm the scenery!
It is proof and evidence of my development and abilities to bring forth the invisible that is right there! And it is a captured image of the incredible world we are living in – something that can be shared with others as irrefutable evidence for what they may deem unbelievable. Embrace the Mystery.