Theme: Projection and the Arrowhead

5/29 The Arrowhead is symbolic of so many basic human needs that we should write a book. Today we’ll focus on protection, a most basic human need, and place an arrowhead on the altar. Do the recent dead need protection?

Certainly not the kind of protection the living need, but there is some evidence that the dead just moving on wherever they go is maybe not so easy. Sorry to say that without presenting some evidence, but it’s a big subject. Just check on your local death-knowledge source: quite interesting the attacks on the peaceful flow of spirits.

The Arrowhead has a focus, its point; it has sharp edges, in line with the focus, that cut through obstacles, and if it’s a shiny one, like an obsidian arrowhead, it reflects unwanted energies. We’ve seen many healings with the Arrowhead built in the philosophical component of the healing. We hope it helps the dead and living we pray for here. El es Dios.

Comments, Participants Day Six

“I am happy to have this experience with you. This is strong and full of love and strength! Today I could see the Santita as I had never seen her, something sad about the suffering that this virus has done to people. She stands up and with Her scythe hits the ground; in each blow there are lightning strikes that illuminate everything. She raises Her scythe in the way a warrior raises weapons for battle. She walks away, picking up souls all over the world. So be it!” Another participant says,

“Today I share coming in from work, I saw a lot of golden light and kept praying and singing. Today I’ve done something different. I lit my candle and with my quartz crystals I started sending light, protection and Reiki. In the end I saw a tornado-type energy swirling. It was moving from the bottom up in my room. I’m not focused and I’m in a hurry, distracted. That’s when I started throwing up. For me it is healing of the heart: the worn and anguished souls. At work I saw my childhood and thought of everyone else because everything has to change so drastically, when what we have is a blessing. I saw the blue sky and thought why do we have to be suffering from all this. I started crying tears of sadness and pain. I just want to thank God for my daily life and you for making me understand. Thank you.” She continues,

“Healing comes from the inside out no matter who judges us. The true path and wisdom are within. Our spiritual work ourselves breaks down barriers and crosses borders. Blessings.”

El es Dios.

Published by Mike Callas

Michael Parra Callas authors and presents both non-fiction, aimed at better living in hard times, and fantasy, focused on magic and the imagination. El autor escribe y presenta ambos, no-ficción, para vivir mejor en tiempos difíciles, y fantasía para inspirar la imaginación.

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