Long Reef, Sydney

I’m still in Sydney and I’m getting not to leave yet. I’ve been working atLong Reef and am going back to take photos when the sun appears from the fog. I believe this is part of your energy leyline and has Lemurian energy.Here’s a quote from my Uluru book:

We are close to a point here by the way, an aerial point several miles off the coast, off Long Reef. An aerial point is one that is put in etherically and then becomes physical. It is what you would call a grid point or leylines which is an old fashioned term. Leylines were the energy lines around the old mounds of England and so on, there are some down through your Sydney area but they are harmonic leylines. The ones we are laying now are for the new grid system because some of the topography is going to move around, so we have grounded them off your coast which is soon going to be further off your coast. Around one to five metres into the ground. First you see scout craft and Min Min globes and one of these craft would be sent out along your leylines in the direction of those two points. What happens in a grid point is it collects light energy. You are all light workers and you send that energy to that area and if you’re feeling low on energy it can be sent back to you. You can do it through your higher self but if you are in that area you can do an amazing amount of healing. Bathe in the knowledge you are an important part of this plane. Don’t let anyone tell you are mad, you have your own soul. If you believe there’s no death nothing can hurt you. There is only one life, you don’t die.
If you have no love for your body, if you have no love for yourself, it will come back as disease.

If you truly love yourself there will be balance and you will attract more and more people into your universe. Give love out and you will strengthen yourself. Be wary of who you activate. They may not be ready and you may set them back on their path. Look into the Michael teachings.

I’ve been toning, swimming and generally present at Long Reef for 3 days. Today Icould hear a hum when I arrived for the first time. That indicates an active site.

Long Reef is the site I first started diving over 50 years ago. It was here I carried my first underwater camera out to photograph in the rock pools. it was a cumbersome wooden box which Dad made for me, after I drowned his Rolex while trying to take pictures underwater. I liked the energy then and I Still do. Its nice to see it being recognized creatively.

As the plaque says, the Long Reef spirits are very nurturing as they care for the whole Long Reef ecosystem and everything that enters into this environment. But they cannot do this by themselves, they need help from the spirit of all those who visit this beautiful place.

ON A QUIET PEACEFUL NIGHT YOU CAN HEAR THE LONG REEF SPIRITS SINGING IN THE OCEAN BREEZE.

Light Language 2

This is a playlist of Light language to listen to. Some are activations, some listening music and song.

https://soundcloud.com/angel-ariel-166198399/andromedan-activation-and-light-language

https://soundcloud.com/christine-deacon-843515994/sets/new-private-playlist-14

https://soundcloud.com/christine-deacon-843515994/sets/new-private-playlist-4

<a href="https://soundcloud.com/post-8-1/sets/shekinah-https://soundcloud.com/christine-deacon-843515994/sets/new-private-playlist-9tribe”>https://soundcloud.com/post-8-1/sets/shekinah-tribe

https://soundcloud.com/scorshinju/sets/light-language-message-from

https://soundcloud.com/christine-deacon-843515994/sets/new-private-playlist-2

https://soundcloud.com/alexandra-krypaya/light-language-song-from-another-realm

https://soundcloud.com/christine-deacon-843515994/sets/new-private-playlist-17

Light Language

I’ve decided to write about light language having just experienced how amazing and uplifting it is. It takes you into a different space, a meditative space which is so much more than that. I also realise the tones I use in earth healing are probably light language. I’ve also realized its how we can communicate with higher dimensional beings, its another form of channeling and it feels so good…
Channeled from Archangel Metatron: The frequency of the Light Language creates the geometries that are needed spatially in the person’s Light body. Like a solar flare, it is a powerful burst that bypasses all other Encodements or transductions because it immediately hits the energy field without having to be broken down into other formats – like an understanding or an emotion. It immediately interacts with the Light body.

Light language is how the Galactics communicate. Its a higher dimensional language and is not linear, but rather conceptual language. It bypasses the mind and communicates directly with the multidimensional self. It comes through the whole body and can be expressed as dance, movement, writing, healing, song, speech and is all heart centred. Its a feeling tone, an emotional language. It has so much more to convey than ordinary speech. Its the key to the new energies flooding in and transforming us and I’m excited to learn it and master it.

So I’ve been researching some of the online material and the book by Jamie Price http://amzn.to/2g8Wt3L
and I’m told who can help with this. So I’m excited to see which form it will take for me. Please do the Meditation in Light Language if you want to help

http://www.soundsofsirius.com/the-language-of-light-a-personal-journey/

Renewing the Dreaming 2 – Goomburra

The Aboriginal people lived on this land for at least 40,000 years. They managed their land sustainably. How did they do this? We have much to learn from them and that knowledge and wisdom is on the land when we know how to access it.

So I felt intuitively I had to go back to Tooloom Falls and was being told by my guides someone would meet me there. I set up camp. Other campers arrived and it was noisy at first with chainsaws across the creek, but it settled down. I sat in the circle provided by the Githabul people traditional custodians of the area. I could feel the energy pulsing through my legs. I meditated at sunrise and there was a little blue wren came right up to me followed by two little brown females.

During the day I was approached by a fellow traveller who was on his way down from the Gulf. By an amazing coincidence he lives at Mt Dromedary (Goolaga?), Guboo’s sacred land. His children had been taught Aboriginal culture by Guboo at school. He spoke to me about the cloud formation which comes down on Mt Dromedary, and its time to put on the possum skin coat.

`When the possum skin coat comes down over Dromedary, its time for a change in the weather!’ It sounded just like Guboo, and I realised he was the person I was to meet. At sunset I brought the energy in with toning. A flock of Black Cockatoos flew in and landed on the trees around my campsite.

They flew in a N-W direction and that was my direction to follow. Black Cockatoes are my totem, I saw them all round Australia on the energy lines. Its basically an E-W energy line.

This fellow traveller told me a child had drowned in the waterhole. I previously thought an elder had died and they had closed the campsite, which was why there was no-one when I arrived. In the afternoon I kept falling asleep.

The next day was my third day on the road and I could hear the energy hum in the morning and evening and my clairvoyance began to open up with the flickering around my eyes at the edge of my sight, I was getting the message to stay another day. It was strange that I thought you could drive across the top of the falls. When I looked at it, there’s a big gap in the middle where the causeway has collapsed and there’s no way you could drive across. I must be tapping into prior knowledge of the area. A firefly came out of the bush beside my campsite, I’ve seen them at Rumbalara when I was doing energy work there, but never expected them here.

The Black Cockatoos were out in force the next morning. I found the track to the pool below the waterfall and went down the escarpment to sit beside the pool. It reminded me of Twin Falls in Kakadu, but more accessible. I then walked along the river banks where the stream overflows and found remnants, rainforest plants like native frangipani and an elkhorn fern. I climbed back up an animal track across a scree slope and had to climb through a barbed wire fence, with great difficulty and had to eat chocolate when I got back, to bring my sugar up. Its a pity its only such a small area surrounded by agricultural land. Already I’m seeing improvement in work I’ve done here since last time. There are platypus in the pool below the falls. I saw their bubbles where they had swum, trailing behind them. This has been much wetter in the past, with rainforest plants like I’ve seen at O’Reilleys and lichens amongst the grass. It came over stormy and it was time to leave.

I drove to Woodenbong then on past Old Korellah, also on the leyline I believe but wasn’t to go there, via a route across the ranges called the Northern Rivers Access route, past Killarney and Queen Mary Falls, where I did work previously and on to Warwick.
There I went into Tourist Info Centre and questioned them about an Aboriginal site nearby and they directed me to Cicarda Woman Tours.

After driving to Allora, by mistake, then I finally ended up at Cicarda Woman Tours and Nyalar Miringan-ah Nature Reserve. I told the owners Brenda and David, I’d been sent there and negotiated to stay in the cottage they had available, since their daughter Sharman wasn’t there. I was on the southern side of Goomburra Mountain, part of the Main Range National Park. The other side of the mountain is Forestry and National Park.

I questioned them, trying to work out why I was there, and they were very amenable to helping and I agreed to stay another 3 days. The next morning I went to Goomburra National Park. There I found lots of campsites along the creekside on private land. I noticed I had a bellyache as I went up the valley. I noticed there was lots of male energy, 4WDs campers, motorbikes, chainsaws, bikes. I walked along the creek track in the National Park which was very thick mature rainforest. I did a toning down on the Dalyrymple River and then found the road up to Sylvester’s Lookout, where I climbed with a bellyache up to the lookout and did another toning and light point overlooking the Fassifern Valley and back to Tamborine.
There were Black Cockatoes in the Casuarina trees in the creekside. As soon as I finished the second toning, and got back to the car it began to rain.

I got out of the valley and the belly ache left and the rain came pouring down. I believe I balanced the male energies by my toning. I also realised I couldn’t have stayed there for long, which is why I was on the other side of the mountain, where I’d been guided to. When I got back there, it started to rain there too.

I was realising bellyache is 2nd chakra, male and female sexual energy. I spoke to David about the name Goomburra and he said it has something to do with fire-stick farming. The Aboriginal group to the north used to practice it to renew the land.

The next morning I was invited to a Landcare group with my hosts, who only knew it was to see some Aboriginal relics. The Allora Mountain Flora and Fauna Reserve is on top of a small hill just outside Allora, an agricultural town surrounded by prime farmland.
Its in Githabul people’s country. Climbing the hill again proved a challenge, but they were very understanding and gave me a helping hand and waited for me as I took my time. We saw carved trees where coolamons and canoes had ben cut out of big coolibah trees.
There’s a big bora ring and a smaller one. Its a basalt mountain and there’s lots of small rock around and some igneous bubble formations. There’s also sandlewood growing which I haven’t seen since Alice Springs Botanical Gardens. Its a major site and no one knew about it because its on a perpetual grazing lease. Its very barren and dry. Lightning strikes here, there are trees scarred by lightning. I think its the rock that attract it.

My hosts and I did a toning on the edge and I suggested Sharman find the female spot nearby, which may be on the river and do ceremony there. I would never have found this spot, its behind the tip and the Allora Landcare Group are working there to reestablish vegetation, and protect the site. So hopefully its rained there too. The grazing needs to stop, so that young plants can replace the mature trees that are growing there. David has been elected President, so there is a new direction possible. I feel I did my part in Renewing the Dreaming, now its up to others. I found it physically very challenging. I have seen historical photos somewhere of this site which I need to follow up, so I’m sure there will be more to follow on this topic.

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Kakadu Dreaming
Kakadu Dreaming
By Christine A Deacon

Photo book

Murramarang Aboriginal Area

In about 1991 at a Renewing the Dreaming Camp, I was shown the Murramarang Aboriginal area by Guboo Ted Thomas, an elder of the Yuin tribe of southern NSW. He travelled with me up the NSW coast inspecting areas with environmental concerns and development applications etc.

He predicted that I would go on walkabout and within 6 months I had a job in which I was transferred to Jabiru in NT. He taught me a hummingbee, a toning which I have since done where necessary.

So I recently went south to Merimbula to check out some areas where I have dived which were pristine sites in the 1960’s and 1970s to check what has happened since then. The more inaccessible the better they were generally. For example Bittangabee on Green Cape where we had launched a runabout to dive, now has no boat access, but it a beautiful natural camping area. I also went to Mumbla Mountain, `where a mother’s greatest pride was to see her sons slide down the waterfall an initiated man.’ Guboo had been successful with NPWS in establishing a walkway and acknowledgement of Aboriginal history of the area.
This is near Bega.

I went to Murramarang National Park because I wanted to check on the Aboriginal area. NPWS have done lots of work in signage and tracks since I was there with Guboo, but it was hard to find. Only I had spent time diving on Brush Island and knew the seascape, did I manage it. What I didn’t know was the access onto the northern end of Racecourse Beach was the only sign on the road to Kiola.

This area is highly significant. It has been an Aboriginal campsite for 3,500 years, since the last sea level rise and has evidence of the changing nature of sea creature and other food resources over time. Guboo showed me dampers made of Macrozamia seeds specially prepared for ancient cooking fires and left in the ashes. There are no Macrozamias there now. I also asked about a crude cross I had photographed and he said he thought a family member had drowned there, in the old days. This was a seasonal food resource that the Aboriginal people used for generations and the most significant on the NSW coast. Guboo had told me there is an Aboriginal guardian of the area. Naturally I did a hummingbee toning there. I stayed at Pretty Beach well known for its kangaroos which approach campers totally unafraid at sunrise and sunset. Merry Beach looked very nice.

Check out more photos at: http://www.pinterest.com/chrisdeacon/MurramarangAboriginalArea


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