There arose a great wind storm, and the waves beat into the boat, so much that the boat was already filled.
[Jesus] himself was in the stern, asleep on the cushion, and they woke him up, and told him, “Teacher, don’t you care that we are dying?”
He awoke, and rebuked the wind, and said to the sea, “Peace. Be still.” The wind ceased, and there was a great calm. — Mark 4:37–39
January 4, 2015. DREAM. Part of an investigation team, I was monitoring three hurricanes in progress. My colleagues and I were in a safe location. The names of the hurricanes were Joanna, Trudy and Truce.
Interpretation: As with the dreams of December 26 and 28, 2014, the symbolism indicates ongoing upset in mass thought forms (hurricanes) regarding the Christmas energy influx. Generally the Christmas cycle extends at least through Epiphany, January 6th, so we are now in the last stages. The three storms represent effects of cleansings on the three levels of mind, body and soul. Also, within themselves, the whirlwinds are vortices of energy, thus they might signify the funneling of higher, interdimensional energy into the planet at this time. The names of the hurricanes also offer important clues.
Joanna (Greek from Hebrew) means “Jehovah has graciously given.” According to Charles Fillmore’s Metaphysical Bible Dictionary, the name “symbolizes abundance of whatever is needed to meet every requirement of man. All of God is ever at man’s disposal, and for his righteous use: all life, all love, all intelligence, all light, all faith, all power, all substance, all strength, all Truth, all that God is and has. These are the free gifts with which the Creator and Source of all has endowed His creatures from the beginning.”
Trudy (diminutive of Gertrude), from German, means “spear of strength” or “universal strength.” The name evokes steadfast resolve and strength of purpose to wield the sword of truth (spear), to speak the word in order to eliminate error and to pronounce the good of God.
Truce, not as a name but as a concept, immediately reminded me of the four-step Christ matrix of peace, love, cooperation and coordination. In 1993, describing the first step of peace, Nada-Yolanda wrote: “Wherever there is resistance, a gridlock or a blockage — whether in one’s individual development or in any group conflict or impasse — the first and most emphatic step is to declare peace. Stop the disruption. Halt the disagreement. Cease the hostilities.” In other words, declare a truce, a cease-fire.
The hurricanes of change are made more ferocious by man’s resistance to the higher light. We have witnessed resistance in this current cycle. Again, to quote Nada-Yolanda from 1993: “The concentrated power of our thought will be like a diamond-crystal drill, which shall bore gradually through the steel-door resistance of humankind.”
Encoded within the names of the three storms are the counterbalancing thought forms, decrees, visualizations we must use to quell the upset in mass consciousness and to reestablish peace, integration and harmony on all levels of mind, body and soul. So be it.
See also: Federation Hazmat Team
Photo: Jesus Rebuked the Wind, artist unknown.