Creative Spirit, Trees, Mom, Hawks, Fish, Sasquatch, Cats, UFOs, Pets, Afterlife and Math

“…the real world is full of mysteries that are far more interesting than those cast by our fairytales.” – Thad Roberts, Einstein’s Intuition: Visualizing Nature in Eleven Dimensions, Amazon. Read Thad’s bio.

And some of us believe those fairytales suggest reality is exactly that.

Mom as a bird

This took me back a bit. Conversation with Mom recently. She said, out of the blue: “I think I’d like to come back as a bird.”

Me: “Really? What kind of bird?”

Mom: “Kingfisher.” Maybe. Then she thought some more and said that was her first thought but decided it might be too busy. Responsible for a community and all that. Too similar to her role now. She said she wanted to be more independent.

Me: “Maybe a song bird?”

Mom: “Hmmmm.” Not a definite idea yet. Apparently still on the fence.

A day or so later – a vision popped into my head as I was getting up from meditating. I was watching a Hawk soar over the tree line. Phone rings. It’s Mom. I think I will know where to find her.


  • Explanation for the nifty, cool swirl in the night sky. Link.
  • A better bug spray. Cats and catnip. Who knew? Link.
  • Amazon’s new idea: A program will let Alexa mimic any voice after hearing less than a minute of audio. Link. No word on when it will be available. 6.24.22 What could possibly go wrong?
  • Recognize this Skinwalker Ranch researcher? “Key player for the Pentagon’s UAP Task Force goes public.” Interview with George Knapp. – Travis also mentions that some who are seeing the anomaly will point it out and others will not be able to see it — that is one of the interesting aspects to this phenom – even in the presence of others during a sighting – some people just can’t see it. Another interview with Travis is posted in the Sun.
  • Biggest freshwater fish ever caught {stingray}. Wow. Link.
  • Adopted rather than eaten Hawk lives. Synchronicity. Link.

Pets and the Afterlife

William Buhlman responded to this question on Facebook: Do animals experience life after death?

“Yes. On many occasions I and others have observed and interacted with animals during our out-of-body experiences. It’s clear that animals continue to exist after death just like we do. In my first book, Adventures beyond the Body, I write about my vivid nonphysical contact with my dog. During one OBE I clearly witnessed a thin string or what some would call a “silver cord” emanating from the nonphysical dog and leading back to its physical body. This cord appeared as thin as a spider’s silk. The bottom line: based on my nonphysical observations for 40 years I know without a doubt that all animals are multidimensional and continue after death like us.” Learn how to Astral Project/OBE with William. Link.

I have experienced this as well. Losing a pet is heartbreaking. Sometimes it is harder – depending on how important and significant their life/teaching role at that time. They are family and we become attached/bonded. But letting go – eventually – knowing they have other places to explore, play and discover is how we learn – as we too will transcend beyond all of the material stuff that seems so real in this moment.

Some check in/rejoin/remain to help us with our lessons. And that connection is part of the extraordinary that allows us to evolve and express more of the non-physical element that is also part of us. Yes, they go on.

For the love of Trees

In Melbourne, one of the fastest growing cities in the world, a vital conversation is unfurling. The city’s trees were given their own, personal email addresses. Now its residents are talking to the city’s trees, a love affair is blooming. Love Letters to Our Trees takes extracts from these letters and weaves them into a hybrid animated documentary that entices us into an enchanted urban forest, and invites us to rediscover our trees and experience the city from their perspective.

Story made Headlines: “A program that assigned email addresses to trees in a bid to help identify damage and issues, they discovered that city residents preferred to write them love letters instead.” Smithsonian.

The City of Melbourne maintains more than 70,000 trees. This website enables you to explore this dataset and some of the challenges facing Melbourne’s Urban Forest. Email your treeDiscover Map.

Sample of the Emails to trees. ABC video.

Interview with Kac Young – Trees

Magical Trees: A Guidebook for Finding the Magic in Everyday Trees Using Crystals, Spells, Essential Oils and Rituals, Amazon.

Kac is a dynamo – with the ability to uplift the energy of any room by simply showing up. Her latest book sets the focus on trees. The magnificence, the wonder and the fact we are responsible for their care. Our quality of life – our survival – depends on how well we maintain our environment. We need trees.

Serious but fun. With her guidance, you can select your own special tree and reconnect to the joy of knowing everything here has a purpose. She includes Celtic beliefs about trees. The Celts believed trees were living beings. 

I included the Letters to Trees information when Kac reminded me about their program. Such an wonderful idea.

Website: Author Kac Young is also a licensed Religious Science Minister, a Certified Archetypal Therapist and Counselor; a Certified Meditation Teacher; a Career Coach for aspiring actors and directors; and a former pilot of private airplanes. She is a certified Medical Qigong instructor at Centric Qigong. And right now – the love of her life is a cat named Spirit. Follow that journey on Facebook.

Kac Young on Magical Trees. Wendy’s Coffeehouse Interview Link.

My tree. An incredible guardian.

TLC time.

In a previous interview, we talked about fairies. Interview.

Living the Faery Life: A Guide to Connecting with the Magic, Power and Joy of the Enchanted Realm. Amazon

The Forest People

Sasquatch Film worth renting. Very well done. Some think this is a fairytale. Others know it isn’t. Fairytales have a purpose. Hints to the unseen, secret, forbidden.

Those who are curious take note and continue to follow the trail to see where the fruit is hidden.

Wonderful film.

One of the people in this trailer says she got a stone from a Bigfoot in the shape of a foot. I was given a similar shaped stone – when I went to Board Camp Crystal Mine. Telepathic nudge. Told me to pick up a rock as a thank you for following the instruction to watch my step and be mindful as we walked through an area they call the nursery.

I finally decided to pick up a rock. Turned it over and it was covered in tiny crystals, shaped like a foot. Awestruck. Mindspeak is real.

Comment from Russell Wiitala: “Flash of beauty” perfect. I’ve seen them many times now. The last time I was allowed to watch one for over ten minutes. I had a camera with me, but I sent a message I would not use it, thus the long look. I’ve received gifts of all kinds. They’ve guided me to vortex fields and shown me so many things, including demonstrations of their metaphysical capabilities. I consider them my teachers, friends, brothers, sisters and family. I love them! They understand me better than any human ever will.”

Russell has previously posted his own video of Sasquatch interaction. Link.

Recommend another film – Letters From the Big Man. Fiction but it addresses the Sasquatch story in a way that resonates with experiencers because their contributions helped provide context. About the film: Hollywood Reporter.

UFO influence on Musicians

Music trivia: Stepping in a Slide Zone. The Moody Blues. 1978. Written by John Lodge, “Slide Zone,” is in honor of their UFO sighting. Link.

Traffic highlight

Good Omen!

A final note on Trees

“The truth was right there, so simple, a child could grasp it. Trees were responsible for the most basic necessity of life, the air we breathe.” – Diana Beresford-KroegerTo Speak for the Trees: My Life’s Journey from Ancient Celtic Wisdom to a Healing Vision of the Forest, Amazon.

The Jane Goodall of trees,” Diana is a world recognized best selling author, with a PHD in both medical biochemistry and botany and a Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, from the University of Carleton for her work in Forest Medicine. 

“The tree is recording everything about its environment.” – The New Yorker.


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