Sunday, November 6, 2011


In the spring of 1996,I was next called to Whitney, Texas to The Chapel of Light to weave the energy of the third point of the star grid. The energy was woven together with the light of Archangel Chamuel; the light of the heart of God; the light of the divine heart beat; the light of St. Anthony; the light of the joy of puppies; the light of the love of God and adoration to God.

The third grid point’s weaving contained the energy of the third chakra – the solar plexus. This is the power point of the body. In ancient times it was believed by some that our mind was actually in our solar plexus – the area beneath our ribs – because we would get “gut” feelings there.

The message of John 10:7 – I am the door of the sheep - is expressed in this grid point. A gentleman who was involved in the early years of Alcoholics Anonymous established the Chapel of Light. He was a leading speaker for AA conferences. The Chapel has 12 steps that lead up the church. Once inside there are twelve stained glass windows – each in a different color. The grid point blessed the healing that AA has given to thousands of people on the planet. The message from John conveyed that AA is a “God-door” that is opened to people who need to be gathered together through their AA meetings and through the strength of God, the strength of the group, and the God strength inside of each of them, they are able to turn their lives around and look to God’s light.

I remember as I was leaving the Chapel after having completed the grid weaving, and walking down the 12 front steps of the Chapel, the angels saying to me that an additional blessing about AA is that people go to AA first seeking help for themselves; i.e. they walk the AA “steps” to help heal their addiction to alcohol. However, at some point the energy shifts and they become one with the “steps” and become support to others who follow in their footsteps to join AA for help. And this is true; each new AA member has a sponsor who is someone who has themselves walked the steps of AA.

I cannot write or talk about St. Anthony without feeling my heart expand with love. I treasure St. Anthony’s support and friendship in my life. He is known as St. Anthony of Padua. Many people know Anthony as the Patron Saint of Lost Property. If ever you misplace something, call upon Anthony for help. I always say, “St. Anthony, St. Anthony, please come round. Something is lost and needs to be found.”

Anthony was both teacher and preacher. He was very charismatic and because of his popularity he usually spoke outdoors rather than inside of churches because of the large numbers of people who came to hear him speak. St. Francis chose Anthony to teach the friars at Padua and Bologna. He was so loved that he was recognized as a saint one year after this death in 1232.

When I was in Portland, Oregon, relics of St. Anthony were touring the United States. As I was beginning the first leg of quite a lengthy odyssey with the angels, I was comforted when I learned Anthony was in town.

Anthony is a blessed soul who from heaven continues to work wonders and miracles for the glory of God. He truly is a messenger of the light of the heart of God and just thinking about him lightens my heart.

The blessings of “puppies” was also woven into the grid energy at Whitney, Texas. Some years back I attended a Sacred Art class and one of our assignments was to draw a picture of a childhood memory that conveyed the message of happiness to us. I didn’t hesitate in knowing what I would draw. My parents have a photograph of this precious childhood moment. I have my favorite red wagon and I am taking six puppies for a ride. I adore puppies. I honor William Wegman for his beautiful healing service provided in his book Puppies. I have gifted family members and friends this book because it’s page after page of pure joy, happiness and goodness.

While in Whitney, Texas I was participated in an angel conference. Under the front steps of the church where I was speaking a mommy dog had given birth to puppies about a week or two earlier. The mommy dog had kept the puppies underneath the steps, and no one in the church community had yet seen the puppies. I was obsessed with the hope, wish, and desire that the puppies would come out to play. I gave my angel lecture and before the next speaker took the podium, we had a short break. I went outside to the steps, still carrying the hope in my heart the puppies would appear. At that very moment chubby, furry little balls of love came bouncing out into the light. Puppies smell like goodness. All of the children came running to see the precious puppies. The mommy dog watched us; however, I got the feeling she was happy to have human babysitters take over to give her a break. She would tell that we loved them abundantly.

The conference organizer came up to me and said, “Jayne, no one is going to come inside until you do.” I knew I had to go inside however “little Jayne” wanted to be outside with the children and the puppies. I handed the puppies over to the children and went inside.

The next speaker came to the podium. Directly behind her was a large glass window that was the entire width of the front of the church. This window revealed the front of the church where the puppies had just appeared. While the speaker began sharing her words of inspiration, the children came to the window with the puppies in their arms showing them to all of us inside The conference leader leaned over to me and said, “You’re responsible for this.” God wants our lives to be filled with goodness. Puppies are proof positive.

Following the completion of the grid work in Texas I waited for the call to anchor the fourth point of the Creator’s Star. Prior to being given my travel plans, I was told by the angels in meditation, “The Hand of God raised in blessing/benediction will be appearing. When you know of it, you are to go stand witness to it.” I was expecting a large hand to appear in a dream and point to a location on a map and that would be my marching orders. However, that wasn’t God’s plan at all.

In May 1996 an article appeared in The Baltimore Sun on the front page of the feature section. The article was copy only, no picture. The headline read: Raphael Drawing Unveiled. The copy went something like this: A hand raised in a blessing or benediction, drawn by 15th century artist Raphael has been discovered in the archives of the Art Institute of Chicago.

I was drawn to the article initially when I saw the name “Raphael” in the headline. As I’ve shared, my assignment was being fulfilled in conjunction with Archangel Raphael and the Blessed Mother.

I called the Chicago Art Institute and spoke to the head of the department that was involved with the uncovering of the Raphael etching in the archives. I asked when the public would be allowed to see the drawing. I was told Spring, 1997. I explained my assignment with the angels and asked if I could come visit them now and be allowed to see the image. I was granted permission.

I did not know the date the angels wanted me to go on this assignment. It had always been clear in the past that I was to leave immediately upon hearing of my mission. However, I felt that this wasn’t what God wanted in this instance. As I’ve shared before, when something is right and something is true, your whole body chimes in the key of you. I stood in the center of my living room with numbers of calendar dates that started with today and went forward through the month of May. When I stood on May 30 my whole body vibrated in oneness with God’s Will. I was a human bell. I asked the angels, am I correct – it’s May 30th? I heard them respond, “If it is confirmation you want, go to your saint calendar.” I rushed to my office and flipped excitedly through the calendar to May 30th. There before me was a drawing of St. Joan of Arc (1412-1431) on the date of Thursday, May 30, 1996 with Joan’s own words: “I was born to do this.” On May 30th I flew to Chicago to visit the Chicago Institute of Art because I was born to do this.

Raphael the artist was born on Good Friday and died on Good Friday. Even though he only was on the earth for 37 years, he painted over 700 works of art. The Chicago Institute had wanted to purchase a Raphael for their collection and they were blessed to discover a Raphael had been gifted to them. It was waiting for them to discover it in their archives. So often we go seeking for treasures in our life and they are in our own backyard waiting for our discovery.

The drawing by Raphael was in preparation for a painting of St. Peter that is in the Vatican in Rome. The importance of the drawing is that it is an image of God blessing our lives with wisdom that was imparted to us by Jesus when he spoke to St. Peter.

In Matthew 16 Jesus asked His disciples who everyone in the community was saying Jesus was? The disciples told Jesus there was talk he was John the Baptist; Elijah; even one of the prophets.

He then asked them who they said that he was.

Peter responded from the truth of his heart. He said to Jesus, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.” Because of Peter’s response, Jesus blessed Peter and said to him that upon Peter he would build His church. He goes on to give Peter the keys of heaven.

The teaching from the Raphael drawing is that people around you will project upon you their feeling of who you are. However, when you look yourself in the mirror in the morning and see the man or woman looking back, imagine the Christ asking you: “But who do you say that I am?” And respond with an answer that resonates with the truth of your heart. For myself, I respond to Christ’s question by saying, “I am an earthangel4peace. I have answered your call on the Mount to be a peacemaker and walk in your footsteps peacefully.” When we respond with that which is revealed to us by our Father in heaven as the truth of our hearts, Christ answers back that He will build His service upon our lives.

In the spring of 1997 I was traveling through Chicago and stopped again at the Chicago Institute of Art. I smiled when I saw that the Raphael drawing had been placed in a prominent position so that it literally blessed everyone who walked into the museum.

The actual weaving took place in the center of the museum where a glorious set of six glass panels entitled America’s Windows created by Marc Chagall is on display. America’s Windows were designed in 1977 in commemoration of the American Bicentennial. The weaving brought together the energies of the light of Archangel Uriel; the light of the Holy Breath of Holy Spirit; the light of St. Joan of Arc; the light of doves as messengers of peace; the light of the grace of God; and ministration to others through selfless service.

The grid wove together energies of the fourth chakra – the heart chakra and the words from John 10:7 – I am the good shepherd.

The message of the grid point is for each of us to be a good shepherd, guardian to our hearts and the love that God has placed within each of our hearts. A shepherd is one who takes good care of that which he is watching over, i.e. a flock. Do we sometimes put our heart energy in harm’s way? As a good shepherd we need to love ourselves and to take actions to prevent possible harm. In respect of the love God has given us, housed in our hearts, it is important that when someone is being unkind and abusive to us that we express to them that we prefer that they not speak to us in that tone or display a certain behavior while in our company. Boundaries that we put in place when someone is acting out are to be compared to the fencing that the good shepherd surrounds his flock with to keep the wolves out. Are you keeping the wolves away from your heart?

Additionally, the energies woven in Chicago connected the energies of the grid with the star grid energy that is already in place beneath the city of Jerusalem. Chagall’s Windows can be found in Jerusalem. In the Synagogue of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center, as part of the hospital’s golden anniversary celebration in February 1962, the Chagall Windows were unveiled. The Windows represent the Twelve Tribes of Israel. Marc Chagall commented that as he worked on the windows, “I felt my father and my mother were looking over my shoulder and behind them were Jews, millions of other vanished Jews of yesterday and a thousand years ago.”

In some way I felt that through the light weaving and the creation of the energy Creator’s Star, the America’s Windows and the Windows in Jerusalem were coming together to glorify God. The legacy of the faithful people of God was woven into this grid point. I recently heard a song sung as part of the Sight and Sound Production of Abraham and Sarah in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The words ask the question: Will those who come behind you find that you had been faithful?

In September 1996 I was called to New England. At America’s Stonehenge in Salem, New Hampshire the grid energy was woven together. America’s Stonehenge may be one of North America’s oldest megalithic sites. The stonewalls and large standing stones cover well over 30 acres. It’s been compared to England’s Stonehenge because ancient people who had knowledge of astronomy and building with stone configurations were responsible for the creation of both sites. America’s Stonehenge can be used to determine both significant solar and lunar events of the year. It is one of the most important archeological sties in the western hemisphere. In this beautiful wooded setting the light of Archangel Gabriel; the light of the element of earth; the light of St. Theresa; the light of trees; and the light of God’s goodness and purity were woven together.

It was a blessing of the fifth chakra – the throat chakra and the message of John 10:11 – I am the resurrection and the life. The throat chakra is known as the Will center of the chakra system. So often we “will” or allow and tolerate things in our lives by what we do or do not communicate. The throat center is a communication chakra. In Eastern traditions, the base of the neck is recognized as a spiritual doorway and meditations direct concentration and focus of energies upon this power point. By energizing this chakra point, a spiritual doorway is opened and the individual is in the flow with divine communication. God speaks to us through this grid point with clarity of communication, Christ’s words: I am the resurrection and the life.

The nature kingdom’s message of this grid point came from the Mother earth and trees. The trees are the ancient ones on our planet. Trees inspire us to be connected to both heaven and earth. Trees are vital to the earth’s life support systems.

Dorothy Maclean communicated with the tree devas when living in Findhorn, Scotland. Here’s one of their messages spoken to her; yet the words are for all of us to hear:

“We are guardians of the Earth in many ways, and humans should be a part of what we guard. We are not active young things; we are, in many ways, like a school of benevolent philosophers with nonhuman purity and a great wish to serve humanity. Trees are vital to man and to life on this planet, and we are eager to experience this contact with some of you humans before the others of your kind destroy all that trees have built up.”

On December 10, 1997, a 25-year-old woman named Julia “Butterfly” Hill climbed up into an 18-story high perch in an ancient Redwood in California in protest of the destruction of a 600-year-old Redwood, scheduled to be chopped down by a lumber company. It was only after two years of living in her tree house that the lumber company negotiated an agreement that would spare the Redwood and a 200-foot zone from logging. Hill is a woman who walked her talk. During those two years, Hill slept under a tarp on an 8-by-8 foot plywood platform; bathed in a bucket; hauled up food and supplies by road. She weathered winds and rains and chilly winters. Hill remarked, “There is no way to be in the presence of these ancient beings and not be affected.”

The essence of the fifth grid point contained God’s purity and goodness. If there ever was a saint on the planet who conveyed that message, then it was St. Therese. She is known as the Little Flower.

St. Theresa entered a Carmelite monastery at the age of fifteen. She literally went to Pope Leo XIII and begged him to grant her permission to enter the convent as such a young age. She lived the life of a cloistered nun until her death at 24 years of age from tuberculosis. She wrote her autobiography. The Story of a Soul, only after she was ordered to do so by her prioress. In this book St. Theresa wrote that after she died she would “let fall a shower of roses” – miracles and favors – upon those who called upon her for help. This sweet young woman made a pledge to those who read her book that she would be there to help them when they needed her, even after death. So many miracles were attributed to this precious soul following her death, that she was canonized in just 28 years after her death.

Prior to the final grid anchoring in California, I was guided to the Serpent Mounds in Peebles, Ohio where God asked that I be joined by three of my girlfriends, Judy Stipanovich, Sandy Milczarek, and Susan Roos for the creation of a sacred celebration. Each of my three friends contacted me separately and shared that they had received a divine inspiration that there was a project I was fulfilling with the angels and they were being encouraged to offer their help. In short, God had told them, “Call Jayne, something’s in the works and you’re part of it.”

At the same time they were receiving messages, I was being told that a ceremony involving four people was to be created to honor the four religions and faiths inside the gates of Jerusalem. God wanted us to host a celebration of His light united on the planet, not divided.

We created a holy ritual with sacred readings, prayers, song and messages honoring the community of Jerusalem in all of us. In the chapter ANGELS WITH FUR, I share the symbolism of bluebirds who are God’s messengers of happiness. When the four of us gathered for prayer and ritual dedicated to visualizing a community of peace within the walls of Jerusalem, we were the only humans, other than the park ranger; however, we were joined by hundreds of bluebirds in the trees. I truly believe these winged messengers of happiness were holding the energy of God’s desire for people of all nations to live happily and in peace on the planet together.

Once this holy service energizing the oneness of God within Jerusalem was celebrated, I was asked to be the chauffeur/driver of the energy across the United State via Route 66. I was driving the Divine Mother across the “Mother Road”. I had enjoyed the movie “Driving Miss Daisy.” In this case I was “Driving Miss Mary”.

The Creator’s Star configuration being woven by light energy was a blessing of the New Jerusalem, which is in each and every one of us. As the Bible reflects, The New Jerusalem is a presence of God that is so brilliant and shining that no sun or moon is needed for light. I felt that the angelic assignment was a form of God’s blessing upon all those who sincerely wanted to be closer and more connected to God. Its purpose was to enhance people’s consciousness of God’s Presence.

One day during this incredible odyssey experience when I was feeling “the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak,” I asked for divine insight on what was being created by this energetic star configuration. I was inspired by the angels to turn on the radio and heard the playing of the Walt Disney classic tune, “When you wish upon a star…makes no difference who you are…when you wish upon a star, your dreams come true.” I knew God was expressing His support of our dreams and this energy star would be a blessing to all the dreamers who were dreaming of a better world for the children.

William Wordsworth has written in his INTIMATIONS OF IMMORTALITY:

“Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting:
The Soul that rises with us, our life’s star,
Hath had elsewhere it’s setting
And cometh from afar
Not in entire forgetfulness,
And not in utter nakedness,
But trailing clouds of glory do we come
From God, who is our home.”

The Creator’s Star was being put in place by God’s order. Nature, saints, angels and archangels, the power of the words of the Bible and the peace of the harp’s vibration were fulfilling the order given.

And so I drove to Illinois and connected with Route 66 – the Mother Road. I drove Route 66 through Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California.
Many interesting occurrences took place on the journey. One of the most precious occurred in Oklahoma.

Twenty years ago, while vacationing in New Orleans, Louisiana I had shopped at a Women’s Exchange where I bought an antique quilt. The quilt was a signature quilt; that is, the women who had stitched the quilt had embroidered their names on the quilt. The quilt was made in the 1930’s in Sayre, Oklahoma and had been a project of a group of women who belonged to the Methodist Church. I had totally forgotten about the quilt. In fact, it was packed away in a linen closet in my home. I stopped for lunch in Sayre, Oklahoma. As I ate my lunch I kept searching in my memory as to why Sayre, Oklahoma had a feeling of familiarity. Then it hit me! The signature quilt stitched by the women of Sayre.

After lunch, I drove through town and looked for the Methodist Church. I found the First United Methodist Church. The church and its office were both open, which in this day and age is a miracle in itself. I chatted with the staff about the quilt. They indicated they would love to see photographs of the quilt. They commented that the ladies had created the quilt as part of a fundraising effort to support the new church that was being built in the 1930’s. I knew that I had merely been the guardian of the quilt and that the quilt was going to be heading back to Sayre, Oklahoma when I got home to Maryland.

Route 66 is a 2400-mile highway that runs from Illinois to California.
Unfortunately, a good part of this incredible route is disappearing. So at times it was no easy task finding where the road went. Route 66 literally brings you to the Pacific Ocean at Santa Monica. I remember having parked my car at the end of the route in California and hearing the angels say to me, “There’s one more road you need to drive.”

Considering the Pacific Ocean was right in front of me, I thought I was going to receive a crash course from the angels on how to walk on water. Instead, the road they were referencing was Route 101 – the Mission Road of California. The angels asked that I drive to as many missions as possible and do a light-weaving blessing in the chapels of the missions. I visited 19 of the 21 missions of California. I found waiting for me to discover, sacred sanctuaries and gardens, and a treasury of religious art that gifted me with an experience of inner peace and serenity. The final mission experience was at the San Rafael Mission in San Rafael, California, and my visit to that mission occurred after the completion of the anchoring of the grid light for the sixth point of the Creator’s Star.

The final point of the grid was woven at Questhaven Retreat in Escondido, California. Questhaven is a Christian retreat situated in northern San Diego County. Founded in 1940 by the Reverends Flower and Lawrence Newhouse, it encompasses 640 acres of pristine wilderness preserve consecrated to the Lord Christ.

The angels chose Questhaven because of Flower Newhouse’s earthly service in cooperation with the angels. After my first encounter with my guardian angel at 11 years old, I began seeking information for myself about the angels. As I delved into researching the angels and validating my own personal experiences, Flower Newhouse’s books were divine blessings in my life. Though I never met her personally, I was touched by her Christward Ministry and service with the angels. For me, Flower Newhouse was the pioneer spirit in awakening America’s consciousness to angels.

Several weeks prior to my arrival at Questhaven, the land surrounding the property experienced horrific destruction due to raging forest fires. Over 8,000 acres of land were reduced to ash because of the fires.

I remember arriving at Questhaven and seeing how close the fire had come to the church on the property. On the front porch of the church was a plastic flowerpot that had melted because of the intensity of the heat. The church was spared. I looked across the fields and saw so much of the land black with ash. My eyes were drawn to a hillside that was totally black from the fire’s charring effects, except for one object. A single white cross stood untouched at the top of the hill. It mirrored to me the energies Flower had put into place at Questhaven. Her devotion to Jesus was so powerful that it withstood threatening fires. Both church and cross did not burn.

As I walked the property of Questhaven and saw the impact of the fire on the environment, I was reminded of the devastation that was left in the wake of Mt. St. Helen’s eruption in 1980 in Oregon. I knew that from the ashes of this fire new life would come forth. I was walking up a hillside when the light of the sun reflected on an object in the ash. I reached down and there was a Rune. The word “Rune” means “secret”. Runes are sacred symbols that originated among the Germanic tribes and were used as divination oracles. There are 24 Rune symbols and one blank Rune in a runic set.

The Rune that I picked up from within the ash is Perth. It is the Rune of initiation, new pathways, quantum leaps in consciousness and evolutionary change.
On the hillside of Questhaven the grid energy was that the Creator’s Star was completed. The light was woven with the light of Archangel Raphael and the Blessed Mother Mary; the light of the element of water; the light of St. Francis of Assisi; the light of dolphins and whales – the angels of the ocean; and God’s light of healing, consecration and inner vision.

St. Francis is a man whom people of all religions know as a saint. He walked away from his family’s fortune to serve God by serving the poor. He was the founder of the Franciscans. His order has spread throughout the world. He saw God in everything. He considered the sun, moon, stars, and animals all family members and would refer to each as brother or sister. He was a messenger of the importance of loving all the creatures God made.

St. Francis believed that in serving the poor, he was serving Jesus. In his Canticle of the Sun, written just prior to his death, he gave thanks for all of God’s gifts. He even recognizes death as a gift. In the Canticle to The Sun he is a messenger to all of us, telling us not to fear death. For when we close our eyes to earth we will be opening them to God, Christ, the angels, saints and our loved ones.

Canticle of Brother Sun and Sister Moon of St. Francis of Assisi:

Most High, all-powerful, all-good Lord,
All praise is Yours, all glory, all honour and all blessings.
To you alone, Most High, do they belong,
and no mortal lips are worthy to pronounce Your Name.
Praised be You my Lord with all Your creatures,
especially Sir Brother Sun,
Who is the day through whom You give us light.
And he is beautiful and radiant with great splendour,
Of You Most High, he bears the likeness.
Praised be You, my Lord, through Sister Moon and the stars,
In the heavens you have made them bright, precious and fair.
Praised be You, my Lord, through Brothers Wind and Air,
And fair and stormy, all weather's moods,
by which You cherish all that You have made.
Praised be You my Lord through Sister Water,
So useful, humble, precious and pure.
Praised be You my Lord through Brother Fire,
through whom You light the night
and he is beautiful and playful and robust and strong.
Praised be You my Lord through our Sister,
Mother Earth
who sustains and governs us,
producing varied fruits with coloured flowers and herbs.
Praise be You my Lord through those who grant pardon
for love of You and bear sickness and trial.
Blessed are those who endure in peace,
By You Most High, they will be crowned.
Praised be You, my Lord through Sister Death,
from whom no-one living can escape.
Woe to those who die in mortal sin!
Blessed are they She finds doing Your Will.
No second death can do them harm.
Praise and bless my Lord and give Him thanks,
And serve Him with great humility.

The energy of the sixth chakra – the intuitive center – was woven into the grid along with the message of John 14:6 – I am the way, the truth, and the life. For me the sixth chakra represents God’s revelations in our life, revelations through intuitive flashes and inspirations. As I wove the energies with the team God had brought together, I knew the Creator’s Star was being put in place to reveal a pathway to the Lord, the truth of the Lord, and eternal life with the Lord. The sixth chakra blessing reveals that in all death experiences, God creates sacred space for the birthing of something new. God doesn’t close a door without opening a new one. Doors closing; doors opening. Death, birth.

I have learned in my life the importance of completions. When a door closes, I respect the closure and look for the new door opening. If you do not close doors behind you and leave them closed, you will experience a draft in your new endeavors.
Additionally, I recommend that in all your activities you make certain that there is the element of completeness.

For example, you are leading a business meeting during your workday. Before leaving the meeting, ask if everyone is complete on what was discussed and what their assignments are. If you get into the ritual of asking yourself if your activities are complete for the moment, you will find you are not leaving bits and pieces of yourself scattered about from the day’s activities. Have you ever had a conversation or meeting that you reflect upon later in the day and wonder who is supposed to do what?

Completeness is not the same as finishing. Completeness is the action of having some sort of closure to whatever activity is taking place. One of the reasons I believe people experience the energy of fatigue syndrome is because of the lack of completeness. When we build upon the feeling that things are left without appropriate closure, we convey to ourselves in an unconscious language that we are not achieving anything. And as a result of this confused message, we start feeling frustrated and tired. When you end a meeting, ask, “Are we all complete here?” Everyone walks away feeling they accomplished something from a meeting that had a beginning and an end.

Life becomes a blur when you lack completeness in your life. You cannot tell where you stop or start. Experiment with taking charge of your life and asking for completeness in your conversations and meetings.

An even more important message of the final grid blessing was for us to fully immerse ourselves in God’s love. Jump in with both feet into God’s love. Be fully alive. Flow with your passion. As the ancient Sanskrit blessing I mentioned earlier tells us: Sat Chit Ananda – Be the fullness of your joy or bliss. In living and loving in your life with passion, joy and bliss, you are glorifying God. God’s love gave you your life. The greatest thanks you can give back to God, is to love the gift of your life.

Even though Questhaven is not next to the ocean, the water connection is very profound. Questhaven was created with an energy of a divine “wellspring” and the essence energies of the grids beneath the earth of Questhaven are very supportive of and are supported by the dolphins and whales in the nearby Pacific Ocean. While walking the property of Questhaven, there were many times I would experience of “bleed through” energy experience where I thought I was on an island in the Pacific. I strongly believe that Questhaven’s energy is in some way connected with Lemuria.

Ted Andrews has created a Tarot deck called The Animal-Wise Tarot. In his accompaniment book he shares that whales bring the message of greater depths of creativity to support making our life more wondrous. He writes that three of the most ancient and powerful creative forces have always been water, sound and breath. Dolphins come as messengers that these three powers are coming together in our lives. I knew that God has chosen these totems for the final anchoring in the grid light weaving assignment as a blessing of encouragement. God is encouraging us to make creative choices to make life more wondrous.

Once I completed the grid light weaving of the Creator’s Star at Questhaven, I drove to San Rafael Mission via Route 101. The route took me right through San Francisco and to my amazement across The Golden Gate Bridge. I remember coming upon the bridge and being so awe-struck that I was actually driving across the bridge in a state of numbness. I wasn’t able to absorb the incredible scenery. I was in a state of shock of actually driving on the Golden Gate Bridge.

I looked forward with excitement to the return drive home, which would allow me to cross the bridge again, hopefully in a more conscious state. That was not to be God’s plan for me.

After completing my light blessing at San Rafael Mission, I once again got in my car and headed towards the Golden Gate Bridge. I remember coming up over the hill of Sausalito and fully expecting to see the bridge, but instead it was the tollbooth. I thought to myself, “Oh, it must be after the toll booth that I get on the bridge.”
However, once I paid the toll I was back in downtown San Francisco. The bridge wasn’t part of my route home. I couldn’t figure out where the bridge went.

When I got back to the home of my hostess and was having dining with her and her husband, I questioned the husband about how was it possible for me to cross the bridge one way but not cross the bridge going the same route home. This man is an engineer and from the way he looked at me I could tell he definitely thought I didn’t have both oars in the water. He simply remarked, “It’s not possible. You have to go over the bridge to get back home.”

I could sense that my adventure was making him a little nervous about who was sleeping under his roof, and to be quite frank, the episode made me a little nervous as I didn’t know what had happened.

That evening the angels would awaken me and explain what had transpired. In the middle of the night, when the angels awoke me, they had me look at my toll ticket. The time I crossed through the tollbooth was 13:13. I thought to myself that this was an incredible numerical message as the Creator’s Star grid project had began with a vision of the Blessed Mother in the Great Pyramid in Egypt on 12:12 – December 12, 1994.

Now in November 1996 – almost two years later, the project was complete. The angels were now showing me the message of 13:13. Was this in some way conveying the next step now that the 12:12 project was complete?

The angels encouraged me to do one of my favorite tasks – research the number 13. In a symbology book I carried cross country with me, I found the description for what is called the “13th Aeon.” This is a sort of dimensional doorway. It occurs when a student of enlightenment is ready to cross the “Golden Gate” into Shamballa or God consciousness.

I read and re-read the words “Golden Gate”. I realized I had been gifted the experience of teleportation into God consciousness. Why? Because my life is dedicated to delivering God’s messages. God wanted to give me an experience because quite frankly, I would pass it onto you. The message of this experience is that we often times worry about how things are going to happen. Through God we can literally be picked up and put down where God wants us to be without ever really knowing how it happened. It’s God being God. By immersing ourselves in God, things happen that just plain go beyond any rational explanation

In my lectures I often come across people who are concerned about the catastrophes that earth changes may cause. I know from the Golden Gate Bridge experience, that you can focus all your energies on the fear of what might happen and then in a divine blink the earth change experience happens. You’ll find yourself in another reality where God has placed you and you missed the whole “catastrophe” part. Won’t you feel really foolish?

I was given the ride of my life and I wasn’t even conscious of the scenery. Where was I when the ride was going on? I cannot answer that. I know I was here in one moment and there in the next.

What came in the middle I missed by blinking. This life is really just a blink in the divine reality. As I drove my car up over the hill to where the Golden Gate Bridge was in the third dimension, God teleported my car with me in it – thinking I was doing the driving - to the opposite side of the bridge in a divine blink of the eye. God was giving me a glimpse of the reality that exists beyond my earthly sight. I was so focused on seeing the Golden Gate Bridge that I totally missed the holy instant I was “out of here”.

One of my favorite poems is entitled “Earth Blindness” and it conveys the message that we get so used to seeing everything through earth eyes that we are blinded to what is beyond our earthly sight.

“Last night an angel met me at the door;
He said, ‘Time is no more!
I have been sent from Heaven to say,
Tomorrow dawns fro thee a New Day.
Time will become Eternity for thee;
Sleep thou tonight; tomorrow come with me.’
And then I wept, my face unto the wall;
I heard a thousand earthly voices call,
Unfinished tasks, loved faces, children dear,
And in my soul I cried: ‘Oh leave me here!
Come not tomorrow, angel, to my gate;
I crave more time; I pray thee, wait!’
Then turned the angel with so sad a smile,
‘Thou foolish one, to pray to wait the while.
Open thine eyes! If thou couldst only see.
The visions just beyond awaiting thee!
Wouldst those abide where days dissolve in night?
How blind thou art to things beyond thy sight!’”
- Anon.

How truly blind I was on that sunny afternoon on the Golden Gate Bridge to things that were beyond my human sight.

I do know that on the Golden Gate Bridge I was traveling at “Godspeed”. I believe there is no coincidence that John Glenn was selected to go into outer space a second time. On his first voyage in 1962 he was wished a safe journey by Scott Carpenter’s words: GODSPEED, JOHN GLENN. Scott Carpenter, the Mercury astronaut who was Mr. Glenn’s backup in 1962, came up with the inspiration just seconds before the final countdown. The words were re-echoed to us when John Glenn returned to space on October 29, 1998. Following the launch NASA played a tape for the crew onboard of a greeting from Carpenter, “Good luck, have a safe flight, and once again, Godspeed, John Glenn.”

Imagine your body is a spaceship. It’s the vehicle in which you travel through life. As you raise your vibration, your spaceship oscillates faster than before. Oscillation is the speed of vibration. The speed of the vibrational level of your spaceship is determined by your physical condition, your moods, your energy, your environment and so on.

Your life unfolds according to the energy frequency you choose to operate your spaceship in. Positive inspirational experience will be of a higher frequency and vibrational speed than negative, limiting ones. Once you begin loving yourself and respecting God’s gift of your life and your spaceship, your energy moves fast and faster and the faster frequency creates a dimension of greater positive energy in your life.

The fast frequency leads you away from negative events or lesser frequency situations. Energy seeks it own level. You cannot have two discordant energies sharing the same space. An energy of 25,000 cycles operating next to an energy of 250,000 cycles will attempt to keep the speed for a short time and then eventually will fall away.

When your energy is high enough you experience “disappearance” or becoming invisible. As you move your life into operating at a higher frequency through experiences that are uplifting, you move towards an oneness with God’s speed or infinite light speed.

Your life becomes infinitely large and expansive. In such a space, Mother Theresa was able to serve in a ghetto environment and see Christ in the face of everyone she served. In her service everything disappeared around her except the face of the divine and the call of the divine to serve. Like the Beach Boys’ song, it’s about “picking up good vibrations.”

In November 1996, I drove home to Angel Heights. It would be nine months before the Blessed Mother and Archangel Raphael would call upon me again to drive Miss Mary and I will share that story with you in my next blog.

Love in abundance, Jayne

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