PATTERNS IN THE LANDSCAPE
Wollumbin is awakening and therefore so are we
One of the most remarkable observations while mapping temple sites across the planet is that every place of significance has its own particular energy signature embedded in the landscape. It is only the very oldest temples that are aligned to the pattern, such is the case at the Angkor Wat complex in Cambodia. In the area where I live the pattern is generated by Wollumbin as I have depicted in the above picture.
Close to the mountain prior to early in 2013 the pattern consists of a 1m square grid a bit like a checkerboard, where the red squares are a charging field and the adjacent squares contain no energy. Then at the extremities of the mountain's influence the pattern becomes larger and more
The mountain itself is a continuous charging field which can be felt at aproximately the point where you walk through the visitor counter infra red device that is on the summit track not far from the car park. You don't have to go to the summit to be totally imersed in the mountain's energy field.
Following the pattern while going on trips in the car I found that the pattern had definable boundaries that I could mark on a map. In the North I found it all the way to the banks of the Logan River just north of the Gold Coast while in the South it goes down to the Clarence River and West almost to Tenterfield and East to the adjacent coast. When traveling further North of the Logan river [Gold Coast QLD] a slightly different checker board pattern predominates the landscape and is centered around the Glasshouse mountains.
You could say the land has a particular song in a particular place. Apparently indigenous people used to sing to the land and the land would provide an abundance of food and resources. In cultures where no maps or fences are used the language groups could identify their ancestral land from another tribes territory by the song or vibration eminating from the landscape.
Between Mt Burrell [ left]and Hanging Rock [Lofts Pinacle] [right] the landscape is saturated with the energy signature of the Clever man who once had dominion over this country. He is at this very moment singing up this land from the 4th dimension and should he stop singing this pattern would disappear. His song could also be considered an enchantment which marks out his field of
Uki village Songline and Moon Circle
For many years I have been aware of the Songline which runs through the War Memorial triangle in the heart of my local village of Uki and since we are collectively awakening in a flowering of consciousness across our planet I feel that it is now time that people are more able to accept and explore for themselves information which has previously been hidden by skepticism. The War Memorial triangle is also the site of a rather remarkable Earth Energy vortex which I call a Moon Circle. Moon Circles are a reflection of the Moon upon the Earth and only occur on Songlines. They exhibit the same clockwise spinning charging field energy as the Songline however they also expand and contract with the phases of the Moon. On a full moon this ring of earth energy expands to about half way across the roads bounding the triangle which gives it a 25m diameter and on a new moon it will contract to a little hub in the centre.
By the way Songlines like this one that are involved with the maintenance of the planet are never straight but meander like a serpent, hence their connection to the Rainbow Serpent.
What does it all mean and what is its purpose? For an understanding of the function of Moon Circles and Songlines we have to look at the knowledge held by our Indigenous Brothers and Sisters whose Spiritually base culture has kept them in touch with the Earth and the cosmos. The Moon circle is a place where the magnetic moon energy is very strong and allows us to more easily bridge the gap between our Earthly world and the dimensions of spirit.
The adjacent graph shows the daily expansion and contraction in the diameter of a typical Moon Circle. I monitored the diameter variation daily for 3 months in order to get the figures for this graph. The troughs indicate the circle size at new moon while the 3 peaks in the graph are the circle diameters at full moons. Note that the small new moon circle size differs from month to month and the full moon circle diameter [far right hand peak] is much larger than the previous full moon. Some full moons are stronger than others and some new moons are more absent of moon energy. Moon circles arent particularly common and only occur along Songlines. If you check the variations in low and high tides you will find the same variations occuring in the diameters of the Moon Circles.
To be continued.......