Upper heaven sing for us.
(I bless the sacred nine directions +, with fire of some type) are required for entry into elders agenda meetings. This was during final verification of the four realms by White Buffalo Calf Woman, elder crystal person.
The little people run out the door, many of them, not wanting to face the wrath of not blessing. I wonder, how do they get in here, without blessing, without knowing of the blessings, without elders and warriors knowing they need blessings? Well, that's what a crystal person is for. Anyone else, upper heaven. There is grey storm moving in from the western northern sky. And it's gray, black. It looks like clouds, and smoke, yet impure, like a mote. I have to say, it's trying to hide this way. What makes them think, they don't have to do a fire blessing? Upper heaven....(let me sing for you)
I am raging a fire from below, lower heaven is a store. Fuel a light a fire, around the dancing mire. I give the red road, the chance to survive. Come home and be part of the weather, learn how to be sacred, like a feather. Fly into the fire, and light your winds of desire and come on home, reborn and know. The dance is few in between, but my heart seems to ring, I light the fire,,,it blazes wild. It's blue at duskkkk, it's like a musk, the scent of desire. There I am home in heaven's arms, where blue is a fire, that knows it's charms. And it's hot in here, the red grows near, it's a place, where gardens do grow, but first, let the fire's light grow. I burn the fire brighter in this room, now touching the torches overhead and now it's soon, the darkness of the ceiling's room, it's dark and dingy, but now it a light from this loom, the fire burnt all up inside, and those who are not here, just purified (turned to dust). And we did sing, release the impure bring, let freedom ring, let the fire do sing. It crackles and roars. It's a great big store and we are on fire, the place we are pure. I bless the sacred mire, the river gorge. And deep in the rock's journey. I bless the sacred nine, the places with traces of memories in time. I bless the fire's raging, that purifies, all the realms. This sanctuary caving is where we elders roam. And when we come together, it's a place purified. And fire is a raging to know, who can collide.
Great Spirit Father Weathered Vane's Story
White Buffalo Calf Woman: How do you remember so many lifetimes ago?
Great Spirit Father Weathered Vane: It is a child, who trusts the heart. (pausing) You seek another answer, even though you understand me?
White Buffalo Calf Woman: Yes. Those of earth don't understand you.
Great Spirit Father Weathered Vane: Ah, I sea. (Pausing again to feel the wind.) When I have a dream, over and over again, from life time to life time again, it's path continues to grow and strive towards the dream. For me, I see, down many roads. I remember, because I was my sun/son, my grand sun, the great light of the white light (star, or rainbow color white, person known as Grandfather), I remember, because I was a young man in a world, that united, not by unity, but by collision. Is this is not, your case now? Times change for us to relate the stories of time. When I had this dream, my life was different, always seeking a path to grow, but finally I did return. Not only do I remember, but the memory grew larger folding, without, within, through the journey of being Great Mother (physical ascension, but also, this Great Spirit Father carries the rainbow color overlay, heavenly frequency Great Mother) until finally, I am arrived here, to tell the story (of Great Spirit Father). The dream from each life, can be told again and again. If we remember to tell the story, from your life, to your next life. Each story, sheds a focus, a revealing. This is what brings awareness, but not preparedness. A child looks for something to say, always looking for a get away, a place to go, to feel safe inside, a person, who will understand. But if we don't listen to ourselves and tell stories from self to self, we get lost in the journey and don't remember the dream. I know, it's seems incredible to remember so many lives. This is why they call me Immaculate Conception, because my dreams come true. I do know, the view, before I collide (prophetic), always trusting my heart like a child.
Elders Agenda Ending Prayer: Oneness of You!
White Buffalo Calf Woman: I sing for your heart. And even if you don't think I hear your individual words, I do. I hear you (your heart). Not everyone hears you, but I do. I sing for all the realms, all the elders, all those who wish to come to our hearts. WE flow towards the unity of Oneness. I sing for this from your perspective, Oneness of You.
You Need A Weathervane To Tell Which Way The Wind Blows
Author Mike OBrien
~ Weathervane History and Background Information ~
Weathervanes, or wind vanes, have been used for centuries. Since the time of the ancient Greeks, the weather vane has served a dual purpose. Since the advent of the weathervane, their use has been both decorative and functional. The source of the wind may not have been fully understood, but people of ancient cultures understood how important the wind is a predictor of the weather.
It is no surprise that the simple weathervane became as ornamental as it is practical. Historians believe one of the first weathervanes was part of the Tower of Winds in ancient Greece. The tower was believed to have been constructed around forty B.C. by the astronomer Andronicus.
The Romans constructed many weathervanes from images of the gods. Prior to the advent of recorded scientific observation, there was much superstition around the weather. Through good weather or bad, the gods were often given credit for the prevailing winds.
Ancient seafarers used a simple type of weathervane, in the form of a small piece of cloth fastened to the rigging. This makeshift wind vane came to be known as a telltale and is still used today by sailors.
The weather vane existed in almost every ancient culture. Aside from depictions of various gods, animal themes are common for wind vanes, even today. The use of animal characters usually had a connection to religious beliefs. Artisans have adopted the weathervane as a medium for their craft adding to the decorative qualities of these simple weather tools.
Balance is the key to a properly functioning weathervane, as the weathervane must be able to turn in reaction to the slightest breeze. The center of the weathervane must rest on a center axis and be equally balanced on both sides. A basic design includes a center post with the body of the weathervane resting over it. The center post may come to a sharply tapered point. The body of the weathervane would fit on the post in a way were the weight would be concentrated directly on the point. If the body of the weathervane is not allowed to move freely, its reaction to changes in wind direction and speed will be too slow.
The shape of the weather vane can vary from a simple arrow, to more ornate and decorative figures. Even a large weathervane can be designed in way that optimizes its reaction to the wind. The shape is probably more important than the size. The body of the weathervane must designed in a way that is somewhat aerodynamic. An airplane wing creates lift by generating a positive pressure under the wing surface and a negative pressure on the top. Think of a weathervane as a wing surface turned perpendicular to the ground. The reaction to both positive and negative pressure causes the weather vane to turn.
Farmers and ranchers often relied on the wind to operate water pumps. Anyone who has traveled the American heartland may remember seeing these simple windmills turning. A key to an operating windmill is its ability to rotate with changes in wind direction. These windmills have a tail stock that acts in the same way a weathervane does, helping to point the blades of the windmill in the optimal direction.
For most of us, the need for a windmill has little to do with whether we have a weathervane. In these days of modern meteorology, weather predictions are readily available, often in great detail. These advancements in modern technology have rendered the humble weather vane to a decorative addition to our homes. Like many pieces of Americana, antique weathervanes are collectible. Many diverse themes have been used for the wind vane from the artistic to the humorous. With a rich history and functionality, the humble windmill can add a touch of whimsy and lore to your home. Thank you "Howtomakedo" for teaching us how to create our own weather vane, visit http://howtomakedo.net/107/how-to-make-a-weathervane