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White Glow as Plasma Energy?

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

Here is a recent Photograph:

A characteristic of many photographs for about the last year has been a white glow or energy moving through the photographic field.  The movement can be seen in successive shots.  I have wondered what this energy field is, and feel that the explanation given by Dr. Levengood in the article cited below presents a plausible explanation:

“Dr. Levengood thinks low-energy plasmas could explain the mysterious lights photographed in and around crop formations, sacred stone circles and dolmens. He thinks the reason could be electric and magnetic field anomalies at sacred sites that enable low energy plasma creation.


Flash photograph shows mysterious arch with internal structure that
Biophysicist Levengood argues is a spiral plasma. Sitting in the center of the Roundway
wheat formation on August 1, 1999, was Gordan Stewart from Earls Barton, Northampton,
England. The white spiraling plasma was not visible to Gordan or the photographer.
Photograph © 1999 by Bob Nicholas.”

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The light images appear only in photographs taken in the orchard.  While this is not a field per se, it is a place where there is elemental and organic growth.   Moreover, the Ancient Ones of New Mexico lived here. Artifacts have been found in the orchard.  And there is an Old One who still walks this land and communicates with me. His name is  Nighthawk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hey, Susana, Grin and BEAR it in NM

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

 

Susana Martinez, New Mexico Governor, Visited By Bear In Santa Fe (VIDEO)

Given the many issues that politicians must face, a bear is probably not high on their list of concerns. But this past weekend, New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez was confronted by this very challenge.

The Associated Press reports that surveillance video near the governor’s mansion caught a bearoverturning trash cans over the weekend, looking for food.

According to the Albuquerque Journal, a news release from the Governor’s Office stated that earlier this month, residents of the Los Alamos area were warned that bears had been displaced by the wildfire, and wandered in the community.

Fire officials reported that the Los Alamos fireerupted in late June after a tree fell onto power lines.The fire was fueled by an noticeably dry season accompanied by erratic winds, according to The Associated Press.

to read more, go to:    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/07/19/susana-martinez-new-mexico-governor_n_902485.html