by Maria Yraceburu
Face to face
The day began like any other day in Hawaii. The weather damp, but do-able, and the day with Aunty Kalei a ritual of purpose.
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It was midnight when Moonflower became alert to the return of Tzegojuñí. The night was warm, and the thin, clouded light of Grandmother Moon was quite inadequate for seeing through the darkness of the new moon sky. Moonflower had tried to wriggle into a more revealing position without too much apparent movement, but her ability to do so was limited. Descendants of the Snake Star had infared night vision. She disturbed the energy field with the heat of her auric field, and there would be no hiding from Tzego tonight. She considered moving her position, but was afraid that she would be seen by the returning two-spirit – nadlé. That would eliminate her entire effort in stretching herself in the dream…
blogging so many times, that most people's heads will spin. I've decided I'm just gonna do what I do. There are so many subjects… 7 as a matter of fact, that I find myself drifting between. So I'm gonna treat this more like a place to work out my thoughts with each of these levels of understanding, and you're welcome to come along on the journey if you. Or if you find something specific I might be talking about, subscribe to that particular category of this blog. Thanks for your understanding. Maria
Maria Yracébûrû is a Native American ceremonialist who awakened as a channel when she was struck by lightning. She found herself looking into the eyes of her great grandmother, Naylin Lagé, and decided to pursue an exchange of information. Maria has an LLd in eco-psychology and is a prayer-maker and minister. She is author of Ah-Kine Remembrance, a merging of mythology, personal experience, and channeled knowledge on Pleiadian starseed lineage.