I Saw The Light

Below are a set of links which at first glance seem random but experience tells me they mean something. A neural pathway in the mind matrix and probably beyond the vision of what the human mind can see. Putting it in the grid and see what happens.

‘We’ are severely mirrored at present.

Sand Art – Brean Sands, Burnham On Sea, Somerset, England.



The Burnham on Sea Lighthouse.



Pont de l’Alma, Paris, France – 31/8/1997.




I Saw The Light.



Tunnel Road.




Interstate 35.




The Alamo, San Antonio.



The past and history and city and town and country and road and sea and plane grid – Co-ordinates – all seem linked together and probably the future as well. And that’s not even touching off planet which I’m sure is in the mix as well.

Looking back. It is 2020.


37 thoughts on “I Saw The Light

  1. And possible pasts as well as futures and multi dimensional states of being.

    I have a friend who told me about 5 years ago that her husband had died in a car crash. She had three children with him. Very sad.

    Towards the end of last year we were chatting and she repeated that her husband was dead. This time she said he had died from cancer. The sort of detail I think she would get correct.

    Who shifted. Me, her or the both of us ?

      1. The Rainbow Bridge and Sabine Lake.

        The Rainbow Bridge is a through truss bridge crossing the Neches River in Southeast Texas just upstream from Sabine Lake.


        ‘The Rape of the Sabine Women, also known as the Abduction of the Sabine Women or the Kidnapping of the Sabine Women, was an incident in Roman mythology in which the men of Rome committed a mass abduction of young women from the other cities in the region. It has been a frequent subject of artists and sculptors, particularly during the Renaissance and post-Renaissance eras.’

        1. Sabine (adj.)

          ‘”pertaining to a people in ancient Italy,” late 14c., from Latin Sabinus (in poetic Latin often Sabellus), perhaps literally “of its own kind” and connected to root of Sanskrit sabha “gathering of village community,” Russian sebr “neighbor, friend,” Gothic sibja, Old High German sippa “blood-relationship, peace, alliance,” Old English sibb “relationship; peace;” see sibling).’


          A Truss bridge, eh? ๐Ÿ˜‰



          Thanks Frank! ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Stormy Weather.

    Pope Francis has published a new book – ‘Christ In The Storm’. It is based on the Urbi et Orbi address to the empty Vatican square. Whichever way you look at it, it’s fucking weird.



    And Typhoon Maysak in Korea and Japan.


      1. It’s Chile.

        ‘SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) โ€” The U.S. Geological Survey says a strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.8 has struck off the coast of northern Chile. There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage and the Chilean navy said there was no possibility of a tsunami. The quake occurred at nine minutes past midnight on Tuesday at a depth of 35 kilometers (22 miles). It was 78 kilometers (48 miles) northeast of the Atacama city of Vallenar. A few minutes later, a second quake occurred with a preliminary magnitude of 6.3. The quake was felt as far south as the capital, Santiago, and in Antofagasta, 1,330 kilometers (826 miles) further north.’


  3. Kenosis

    Trump also visited the ”whirlpool” factory in Ohio recently. This whirlpool GAL xy image shows up in the wiki entry for ”kenosis.”



    Kenosis memes often show a pitcher of water being emptied. As in aquarius. I35 is ICE.

    Melting ice. Liquifying. Evaporating.


    With the ”Christ” name in his ancestry and his made-up birth date (to fit masonic templates), t is CERN-tainly playing Christ. He seems to enjoy following tragedy and bloodspills around.

      1. kenosha wisconsin contains the following words:

        ”cash kows”

        and so forth

  4. Ai, Cannan


    “Ai (Hebrew: ื”ึธืขึทื™โ€Ž hฤ-โ€˜ฤy “heap of ruins”; Douay-Rheims: Hai)

    According to Genesis, Abraham built an altar between Bethel and Ai.[1]

    In the Book of Joshua, chapters 7 and 8, the Israelites attempt to conquer Ai on two occasions. The first, in Joshua 7, fails. The biblical account portrays the failure as being due to a prior sin of Achan, for which he is stoned to death by the Israelites. On the second attempt, in Joshua 8, Joshua, who is identified by the narrative as the leader of the Israelites, receives instruction from God. God tells them to set up an ambush and Joshua does what God says. An ambush is arranged at the rear of the city on the western side. Joshua is with a group of soldiers that approach the city from the front so the men of Ai, thinking they will have another easy victory, chase Joshua and the fighting men from the entrance of the city to lead the men of Ai away from the city. Then the fighting men to the rear enter the city and set it on fire. When the city is captured, 12,000 men and women are killed, and it is razed to the ground. The king is captured and hanged on a tree until the evening. His body is then placed at the city gates and stones are placed on top of his body. The Israelites then burn Ai completely and “made it a permanent heap of ruins.”[2] God told them they could take the livestock as plunder and they did so.”

    Et-Tell sounds like an olden day version of ”the news”.

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