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Sunday, November 3, 2013

Part 5: Jellybeans and Outerspace

The following morning was wild. My family and I woke up early and headed toward our favorite swimming hole. They were in awe with what I had told them of the night before. They all three unanimously agreed that they wanted to go later that night in hopes of having a similar experience as I had had the night before. Just as we were coming over a hill in our SUV, a bright light flashed in front of the wind shield. It happened in second. We continued driving for about ten more seconds when my wife said, “Did you see that?” I said, “You mean that flash?” “Yes! So you did see it too!” she yelled. I told her that I thought that I was seeing things. She asked me to describe what I saw. I showed her the direction that it came from and the direction that it flew away in. She saw the same thing. She asked me to desribe what it looked like. I told her that It happened too fast but felt that it was a ball of some kind... about the size of a beach ball. She could describe more. She reported having seen a indented ring around the middle and it flashed lights if front of our faces before it flew away.

An hour or so later I asked Tahjee what it was. I was very surprised to hear her tell me that she couldn't tell me yet. She told me the same thing every time I asked. All of that weirdness was really cool. A few days later I finally hammered it out of Thomas Hughes. He told me what I had already suspected and knew way down deep somehow. He said that it is common for Sasquatches and other worlders to work with each other on the same projects (I found out a few days later that this wasn't the half of it). He said, “They are scanning you.” “Who is scanning me?” I asked. “Our space family is scanning you. They work together with sasquatches a lot of times as they are both beings that can travel from this reality to other realities.” Funny, this didn't sound crazy at all. It resonated beautifully. He went on to tell me that they were scanning the four of us in order to know exactly where they could help us. What I mean by “help us” is the fact that I had asked Tahjee to open doors for me. I had told her many times through this that I call forth peace, love, acceptance, and friendship between our two peoples; and that I would spread the word on my end if she would open the doors.

It was common that my family and I would know that we were being watched when we were in the woods. So many times would our family dog return from the trees with a smile. The sticks remained on the beach all summer marking that we were friends of the forest and all creatures who dwell there. There was something magical about being together as a family through out this adventure. I know that this fact took us faster to where we wanted to go. But we hadn't seen anything yet.

It was the following night after Bone and I had walked out on to the stage. As I was still riding a kids bike when it came to mind speak, I called Thomas Hughes and asked him to look into my area and tell me what he sees. He felt for a moment in silence and then begin to slip into that meditative language of the universe. After a while he began laughing a little so I asked him what was so funny. He said, “Tahjee told me to tell you to bring some jelly beans for the sasquatch kids.” Ha! You can bet your ass that my two kids were excited about that one! We had a blast buying the jelly beans. We were walking down the isles looking for stuff to take out and give to bigfoot kids. My ten year old said, “Dad, look at all of these people. If any of them had any idea why we were buying this stuff, they would think that we were crazy!” We all laughed.

The moon was full and beautiful when we got out of our SUV. We couldn't wait to get to the woods, through the trees and out on to the stage. I wanted to show my wife and kids all of the shimmering going on. Again, I made that most common of all mistakes when dealing with these hairy people of the woods. I expected something. Rule number two (number one being examining your intent for contact), make your choice and allow them to make theirs. I would have to learn this lesson again and again all summer long. As we crossed the bridge, going into the forest, my wife stopped and smiled. She began to speak with them right away. She stared with a beautiful smile and the tree line where she knew they were. There was a special guest with them tonight. He was there to watch us so that he could know. My kids and I continued through the trees. And as my oldest was bring up the rear, a small hand reached up and pulled the bag out from under her arm. We had removed all of the plastic (for the reasons that I have explained in previous blogs) so the jellybeans went everywhere. She laughed and said wait as she gathered up some to take on down the trail. Yes. We had rocks dropped on both sides of our feet, heard grunting, heard laughing, and felt the whole world watching us. Then it was silent! We had left our gifts for the young ones all around. When we were empty. I knew that it was time for us to go. I knew that the kids were waiting for us to leave so they could dig in. Ha! As we were approaching the tree line that surrounded our moonlit stage I realized (felt) that there were many adults, sentinels, and elders watching us the whole time as we were alone with their kids (Some people spend their life studying blurry photos and taking plaster casts. But nothing can compare with those moments of true contact). I can not explain the awesome feeling of trust between us when those moments arise. I was there with the dearest treasures that I have alone in the middle of the woods at night. And they stood back and allowed me to be alone with their kids too.

After we passed back through the trees, we found my wife in a warm visit with the parents. The special guest, it turns out, was a Cajun Squatch. He was a very well respected elder who, like many, was displaced after Hurricane Katrina. He had been visiting with my wife. So the kids and I layed down our blanket between the treeline and the bridge. My wife joined us and told us about the very special man that she had just met. She said that when she was coming to terms the initial contact, he told her to relax and dance to the moon how she feels. We all got up and danced after that! We left the forest at one o'clock in the morning beaming! I feel so lucky that I can experience this things with the ones I love. As we go walking to this day, we all four see, hear, feel, and know more about that which is around us.
The love that I have for these people that we share this planet with is so raw and pure.

I can't keep up. This blog is hard to write when your as busy as me. Again, If you will notice that this blog is a free one. I do not want fame or fortune from my story. I do not need a damn thing. I simply care about love on this planet of ours. And maybe my story helps that.


Since this experience, I have learned to mind speak more clearly. I was out in my yard one night and all was silent. When I asked Tahjee what was going on she told me that she was giving me a gift. The gift was for me and me alone. I was surrounded by my Hairy Folk family that night and they were all focusing their energy on me based on that metal orb that scanned us while driving. I can not clearly explain the changes in my life since their gift. But they have been beautiful.

4 comments:

  1. Hello, John. I'm so glad I found your blog again today. I had read it all yesterday and posted a comment which has since disappeared. Hmmm...I was heartwarmed with your experiences in TX with the Lady of the Woods and her clans. My husband and I have been fortunate to discover an area here in CO that is home to some hairy giant people. I guess we weren't ready to make their acquaintance yet and I'm hoping they will make themselves known to us if we can visit their home again. We have told no one about their habitat. We believe they should be left alone if they so desire. We would never let one of the Bigfoot groups know about them and we laugh as their silly attempts to make contact with their hoots and hollers. Can you imagine how entertaining that must be to the Sasquatches who are shimmered out, watching the silly human people make fools of themselves. hahahaha

    I look forward to reading more about your new family and friends. We share your philosophy about life, love and peace. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we humans could embrace more of the traits of the Sasquatches and otherworlders?

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  2. I played in the forests of Virginia as a child and young adult.. Then moved to Ohio.. Met a new forest and played for another 38 years or so in it.. Recently I went back on a spiritual journey just after my mom passed.. Decided to film wildlife and record the Earth changes after Dec 12th 2012.. I have found activity that mirrors what you speak of ... Here on this blog.. Thanks for the schooling.. Glad you are having mucho fun with it all.. I plan to do just that too.. One of my biggest fears in life.. Was thinking I might or would one day be alone.. Not scared about that anymore.. Also the saying ''they can take your thoughts away from you''.. Might be a misnomer after all.. Love this blog John thanks so much..

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  3. Who would of thought of jellybeans?? I will make sure the kids and I take some with us the next time we go into the woods. I do have a question is the only place to meet thesee people in the forest? We unfortunately don't live near the forest. Luckily we don't live directly in the city it's more Prarie out here surrounded by the foothills. I very much appreciate your style of writing ..... it's not often I laugh while reading. What a beautiful way to experience all of this with your family. I had a friend named Bill who has a blog as Valiant tell me once that my son was visited by a sasquach because he was curious by my son. You make so much sense of things. Thank you so much for sharing!!

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