When I was at the crystal warehouse, many of the customers were ‘Healers’ of different sorts – crystal healing, reiki, counselling etc. They would discuss their own lives and it seemed they were more in need of healing than their clients. Their lives were just as dysfunctional as everyone. Actually a big part of the healer seems to be how to wear the mask to give confidence to their clients.



Keep watching the skies. Chiron is classed both as an asteroid and a comet.

From Glamour Magazine :

“Chiron is a comet commonly known as the ‘wounded healer’ which is in retrograde from 15th July until 19th December,” explains mystic Francesca Oddie, host of The Astrology Oddcast. “In Greek mythology, he is a wise centaur who could heal everyone but himself. A common misconception is that his wisdom was a direct result of his wound, but the reality is that Chiron was wise a long time before he was wounded by Hercules’ poisoned arrow.



From The Guardian :

The BA.2.75 variant – nicknamed “Centaurus” – was first detected in India in early May. Cases in the UK have since risen steeply – and apparently faster than those of the extremely transmissible BA.5 variant, which is also present in India, and is rapidly displacing the previously dominant BA.2 variant in many countries.




When you enter healing, it is very personal. It is becoming clear though, at least to me, that much of the dysfunction within humanity is more of a collective unconscious malady which replays itself in all our lives. As an example ‘From Birth to Death and back again’ and guilt and shame and fear and hate etc, etc. What we are going through at the moment is tough medicine.

It started with a comet and different quantum realities and timelines.



And the Butterfly Effect through time. Sometimes you have to break protocol.



Butterflies everywhere at moment. Last night I had a dream when a group of butterflies suddenly appeared.



A protocol is a standard set of rules that allow electronic devices to communicate with each other. These rules include what type of data may be transmitted, what commands are used to send and receive data, and how data transfers are confirmed.

You can think of a protocol as a spoken language. Each language has its own rules and vocabulary. If two people share the same language, they can communicate effectively. Similarly, if two hardware devices support the same protocol, they can communicate with each other, regardless of the manufacturer or type of device. For example, an Apple iPhone can send an email to an Android device using a standard mail protocol. A Windows-based PC can load a webpage from a Unix-based web server using a standard web protocol.



Back to the past. To the Centaur of the matter.


9 thoughts on “Protocol

  1. And my next Mission Impossible is to learn how to play the music from Cloud Atlas on the piano. Lucky it has a headphone setting so I don’t inflict it on anyone else.


  2. I’ve been thinking about a Reddit group i used to read in 2016 called Dimensional Jumping which was about the idea you could relocate yourself to other dimensions. One of the films talked about on that board was Coherence. Others were Parallels, Primer and John Dies at the End.




    1. Anon

      Thank you. I haven’t watched any of them.

      Coherence is a wonderful movie. Very clever film. I had to watch it twice it to make sense of it. On first impression you think it’s just coming from the POV of only one of the houses and then on second viewing I realised actually the director was showing it from a number of the houses.

  3. Follow the currency. Useful idiots. Referring to Hannah Fry. How this works is the orders come down from above to do a shit piece about the unvaccinated. The BBC team have a pow wow and brain storm and someone comes up with ‘Jelly Bean Roulette’ and they go ‘that’s a great idea’.

    1. ‘There are three kinds of lies: Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics’.

      ‘Claim of 4 million UK adults unvaccinated: Despite us alerting the BBC to this error (which led them to change their website description) this claim (i.e. that only 8% of adults were unvaccinated) was right up front. It set the context suggesting that this was only a tiny crazed minority. But what was really interesting is that the presenter Hannah Fry stated that, as part of the programme research, they did a survey of 2,500 people about their views on vaccination and she was surprised to discover that 600 were unvaccinated. If the sample was representative of UK adults (and there was no suggestion it was not) then that means 24% of UK adults are unvaccinated, which is even higher than the figure we estimate, and blows apart the BBC’s ludicrous 8% claim.’

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