This KHON video shows how the viewing platform for Kilauea and Halema’uma’u, the Thomas Jaggar Museum and observatory, has closed, and items are being removed. That has been one of the key places for my own energy work and ceremonies, although much of mine had to do with clearing “frantic (and unconnected energetically in any way shape or form to Pele) unconscious tourist energies”. I believe the Spirit of Pele has just taken care of that. There will be no more tourists at Halemaumau (or at least at the observatory area).
It was clear to me in March, 2008, when Halemaumau blew the vent hole and destroyed the tourist overlook there, that a process had begun to “clear out” the “insult tourists” (those unconnected energetically in any way shape or form to Pele’s energies (or those who just want to stand around and take pictures and chatter chatter chatter endlessly)) from Halemaumau. Now the next step has been taken. By the Jaggar Museum being emptied, and, very likely, with it being swallowed up into Kilauea by the continual collapse of the rim into Kilauea, another of the most “tourist violated” regions of the volcano region will have been removed.
It’s clean out time, baby. Get used to it.
Kilauea to me has always been a very sacred place, to be viewed quietly and reverently, and to be visited only when called… by Pele. Pele is reclaiming her sovereignty over her home. And it will continue.