They’re Here

  • Posted on August 14, 2009 at 9:24 pm

A couple of days ago I posted a blog called Grandma M’s Wisdom.  They’re here. 

The blog posting was regarding the Thunder Beings that march from the south to the north meeting the Wind Beings that bring forth powerful energies when they meet.  The winds of change.

I’m beginning to think that the traditions of Grandma M are just as accurate of predicitng weather as the meteorologists of today.  Remember the signs pointing to the blizzards of this past winter? And now this?  How can we completely discount it?

Interestingly enough, as I was watching the storm move through the area, and it is still moving through as I write this, a bizarre and intriguing thing happened.  Wait until you hear the rest of Grandma M’s wisdom.

I was watching the lightening outside through the bedroom window which faces one of the other buildings in our complex.  I have to admit I have never seen anything like it.  Maybe it is freak coincidence or maybe not.  That is personal opinion.  Ball lightening would roll across the rooftop of the building across the way, rise back up in the air and explode in a blinding display of electrifying power.  It was as though the balls of lightening were intentionally being rolled across the rooftop of the building.  It wasn’t just once but three times.  I could argue coincidence and what not if it had been once.  I could even argue coincidence if it happened only twice, but it was three distinct balls of lightening.  All rolled across and all rose up and exploded in the same manner.

Grandma M would talk about times when the Thunder Beings were angry and how they would express that anger through exploding balls of fire.  It would be as though they were trying to dispell pockets of negative energy.  Thereby bringing forth the change they felt was necessary in that space or perhaps they were giving strong warnings of what could happen if the negativity continued.  It’s intriguing to say the least once you have seen it in the proper context for yourself.

In this day and age, it’s easy to pass things off as science, but, even the unseen has the power of science at their disposal.  You think?

Leave a Reply