Here it is, the night before I play before a crowd highly “demanding” (but very appreciative) Big Island coffee, fruit, vegetable, mac nut, and even chicken farmers, and their customers, at Keauhou Farmers Market. I am going to get up at 5:30, and here it is, 10:20 PM. What’s going on?
There was a message that started coming through earlier. I can say that I first heard this…
“If you thought it was intense these past ten days, just wait… It’s only just begun, and it will get more and more and more… Intense, that is. During the buildup to, and through, the 9-9-2012 portal.”
More of this message, was that I was given a mission, which, due to the help from many of you (via the “support” window), I should be able to attend to with relative ease (in the financial sense). I am not to unveil any details of this until it is finished, but it will be a connecting mission meaning it connects with several other points throughout the world.
A few of you to whom I’ve been guided, will be sent something to assist in this mission. I know of a couple of you, but I’m not sure who the rest are… yet.
While this “pressure” is building, I have got that it is most helpful and “important” that we remain in close contact with our Passion-Self. That’s why I still participate as fully as I feel I am able in the music. When singing and playing the Hawaiian music, there is a very deep connection with, and, I feel, a calling out to, the ancient Spirits of the Islands… The Spirits of Lemuria… The Spirits of the Blossoming Golden Age.Passion… Passion Self… May be that’s why some of us over here love the Lilikoi. Which is the local Passion Fruit.
“Passion Self” desires the “Passion Fruit”… the fruit of our Passions.
That’s pretty deep. But that is the same as where we are going the next few days, during the next 2 weeks. We are going deep, baby! Hold on to your hats, put on your goggles, earplugs on, fins on… we’re going way deep… into the blue… the New Blue.If this hits anybody like it’s hitting me now, you’ll feel the chicken skin (Goose bumps, Nene bumps, Angel Bumps). In fact I spent some time with three lovely young chickens near the road, where the lilikoi fruit have been falling. So I actually SAW chicken skin today. Three of them. All I can say is, they had lovely feathers and lovely peckers!
Enjoy the ride folks!
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