Search & Rescue
February 4, 2014. After I had returned from Texas in January, I took my first tentative steps to search for a new dog. Having reasonably adjusted to Cheyenne’s transition last August, aided by a series of interdimensional contacts, my heart and mind were ready. A fellow pilot suggested that I check out Young-Williams Animal Center, a very reputable shelter in Knoxville. He had adopted a dog there. So, I began checking their website regularly for potential candidates, and also to search elsewhere on the Internet. I was looking for a female puppy, preferably under a year old, and I was particularly keen on mixed breeds of shepherds and Labrador retrievers.
On January 30th, photos of two likely adoption candidates appeared on the center’s website. Both were three-month-old Labrador mixes, one red and one black. The energy of the black one particularly caught my eye. So, I decided I would visit the center on Tuesday the 4th, when I would be in town to deliver our newsletter to the printer. Then, on Monday the 3rd, the red Lab was adopted and her photo was removed that evening from the website. But the black Lab was still listed. So, I added two additional female candidates to “meet and greet” the following day. One was a year-old black Lab, the other a two-and-a-half-year-old red Lab. But the three-month-old black Lab remained my top pick.
MariLyn accompanied me to Knoxville on Tuesday. After completing our errands, we arrived at the center a few minutes after they opened. One older couple already was in line ahead of us, and I overheard that one of the dogs they wanted to meet was the three-month-old black Lab puppy. Oh, I thought for sure we might have just missed our chance, as they would have first dibs! Yet the caretaker took the couple to meet another dog first. So, when he returned several minutes later, he took us to see the black Lab puppy, which I had listed as my primary choice.
When he brought her into the private greeting room, she immediately ran to me. A bundle of love energy, she constantly showered me with friendly licks and crawled all over me, as if to imprint herself onto my very being. She greeted MariLyn, too, of course, but kept bounding back to me, as if to say, “I’m the one you’re looking for! Take me home!” Within a minute or so, I knew in my heart she was the right choice. An inner voice said, “You are holding a gift of God in your hands right now. There is no need to look any further.”
Then and there, I decided not even to greet the other two dogs. I felt wholly impelled to make my decision immediately, without delay. I announced that to MariLyn, and added, “Her new name will be Shasta.” (The center had listed her under a different name.) I had received the name Shasta “out of the blue” one day last September when walking home from the barn after work. I had decided then that, if the name and vibration fit the new puppy at the time I would meet her, whenever that would be, I would name her Shasta. I kept the knowledge in my heart and never told a single soul.
The name is after Mt. Shasta in northern California, where according to our literature Sananda/Jesus anchored the divine commandment Love God and Love One Another many millions of years ago.* Thus the name, which probably is of Amerindian derivation, evokes a sacred vibration. Love One Another applies also to loving all the kingdoms of God’s creation. So, Shasta will carry the love vibration with her in her new function at I Am Nation headquarters as a loving animal companion and guard dog.
(Incidentally, one heart-stopper that had kept me glued to checking the center’s website for adoption candidates was that, some days before the black Lab puppy was posted, a female German shepherd mix was listed one evening. Her name was Shasta! I could hardly believe my eyes. I had never heard of a dog called that before. She was over a year old and was adopted within a couple of days. But I took her listing as a clear sign that I was at the right place and should continue to monitor the center’s candidates. New dogs were being posted for adoption every few days.)
Within a few minutes, the attendant returned to our room. I told him my decision was to adopt the puppy right away, without even seeing the other two dogs. He took the pup away and brought back the adoption papers. No sooner had I filled out the contract, signed my name, and stood up to hand it in, than a young couple walked into the center and announced decisively to the receptionist, “We came to pick up the black Lab puppy.” Obviously they had greeted the puppy before, but had not finalized their decision till now. They also had with them their adult dog, to participate in the “meet and greet.”
Without mentioning me as I stood right there beside them, the receptionist replied sincerely, “I’m sorry, but the black Lab has already been adopted.” The couple, particularly the woman, was crestfallen.
MariLyn and I marveled at Spirit’s precise guidance and exquisite timing. We had “threaded the needle.” If we had arrived at the center just a few minutes later, or if I hadn’t made my decision immediately, not even tarrying to greet the other two dogs, we would have surely missed our chance to adopt Shasta. Either of the other two couples would have adopted her instead. Giving thanks, I silently prayed, “Please, Father, help them obtain the perfect dog for their needs, that they too may be fulfilled, as I am.”
With the adoption contract signed, the puppy was put on the surgery schedule to be spayed the following morning, Wednesday the 5th. We could return to pick her up that afternoon after four o’clock. MariLyn and I drove home in a state of utter amazement at the dizzying flow of events.
A New Beginning
February 5, 2014. In the afternoon, before MariLyn and I left for the Young-Williams Animal Center to pick up Shasta, Robert came to my office to offer me an auric balancing. As he began, I felt the presence of Nada and Dr. Hannibal, working through Robert. He sensed them, as well. With unrestrained love for their student/protégé, they rejoiced at the spiritual fulfillment they had helped bring about in my search for Shasta. Hannibal smiled at me and said, “You have no idea what is about to begin.” He was referring to what he had revealed last August, after Cheyenne’s transition: a new hieronic coordination could begin with the devic-elemental kingdom, including with the animal kingdom as represented by Cheyenne.
Then Uriel contacted me and said, “As I had signaled last week at the Hierarchal Board meditation, I have taken charge and have coordinated all planes and forces to bring this puppy into your arms.”
MariLyn and I drove to Knoxville, picked up Shasta at four o’clock, and returned home around five. Dr. Robert came over to greet Shasta for the first time. We took photos of her in her new home.
Shasta’s First Meditation
February 5, 2014. HIERARCHAL BOARD MEDITATION. The same evening we picked up Shasta, we all sat together for our weekly meditation. Just as Cheyenne always had done, as soon as we started saying the Lord’s Prayer to begin, Shasta became quiet and still. She lay down next to me on the couch. The masters were influencing her behavior, and she was entirely receptive. I felt utterly complete and at peace. I gave thanks to all in the spiritual Hierarchy who had helped bring about this wondrous fulfillment. Tears of joy came to my eyes.
Shortly, Shasta got up, moved to the other end of the couch, and fell fast asleep. Cheyenne suddenly appeared in her astral form. She projected the sweet thought, “See, Daddy, now we have you covered, both from here in the astral and there on Earth.” I watched with amazement as Cheyenne, in her astral form, sat right over Shasta and enfolded her within her auric body. There was a complete blending of their two dog vibrations, astral and physical. I realized then that Shasta had been nudged to get up and lie apart from me so that Cheyenne’s spiritual canine overshadowing could occur without my direct vibrational influence.
While I absorbed this wonder, Golden Eagle, the astral Indian chief, materialized astrally and sat on the couch between Shasta and me. He was huge, perhaps seven feet tall. As I sat next to him, the top of my head only reached his shoulder. Also, this time, instead of a single feather as last week, Golden Eagle wore a full chieftain headdress, ablaze with white light. Then, placing one hand on me and the other hand on the combined auric form of Cheyenne and Shasta, Golden Eagle, as a go-between, blended the vibratory frequencies of the astral and physical planes.
Finally, Lord Uriel overshadowed all of us, including Robert and MariLyn. Joyously she announced, “I am here to give blessings to all God’s creatures, great and small.”
For several minutes afterwards, the familiar refrain of the Doxology played in my mind: “Praise God, from whom all blessings flow. Praise Him, all creatures here below. Praise Him above, ye heavenly host. Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Amen.”
Shasta slept peacefully through the entire meditation, and awoke only after we had finished. She had experienced her first initiation as a “hieronic space dog.”
February 12, 2014. HIERARCHAL BOARD MEDITATION. When Shasta settled, we began the meditation. She lay peacefully on my lap, in my arms, as we said the Lord’s Prayer. Dr. Hannibal contacted me with a space beam and began to create hieronic “patches” between Shasta and me, braiding electromagnetic energies for future works and projections. As if he were a lab scientist producing an exact formula, he tweaked the vibrational frequencies between us, human and dog. Almost with amusement, he said, “Hang in there. We’re working as fast as we can!” (I had had such a busy first week with the puppy that I was worn out and sleep-deprived.)
When Hannibal finished creating the hieronic patches, Shasta immediately got off my lap, moved to the other end of the couch, and fell asleep again. Hannibal signaled that he had impressed her to move apart in order to absorb separately the energies.
Then, while Hannibal continued to work hieronically to balance my force field, I became aware of a deva assisting Shasta’s integration. The deva, an intelligent being under coordination of the angels, was one of the group who has charge over the canine species. At the same time, I realized that another deva was working similarly with MariLyn’s cat, Zeke, who remained at home. Clairvoyantly I witnessed the two devas totally merge their force fields.
I realized this is the same image we should hold as we help Shasta and Zeke establish a peaceful relationship. Daily, in controlled “therapy” sessions, MariLyn and I have been slowly introducing them to one another. By visualizing a merging of the two devic energy fields, we can readily assist the higher forces to produce the right effects in coordinating the two animals. We want them to interact peaceably before the start of the Mission to India [in March].
Indeed, our microcosmic “test case” to build rapport between Zeke and Shasta has macrocosmic implications for Earthman’s spiritual coordination with the lower kingdoms. For as light workers we help the nature forces accept and integrate the higher energies of the Second Coming program. Through our specific exampling we are externalizing a higher coordination with the physical animal kingdom, as well as with Cheyenne, Kaileah and Golden Eagle in the astral planes, as indicated in the interdimensional contact at last week’s Hierarchal Board meditation.
As Hannibal worked with my force field, Archangels Zadkiel and Uriel overshadowed me, also. Although they did not reveal exactly what they were doing, I sensed that it related to information Zadkiel, St. Germain and Sananda had unveiled to me last August 14th, shortly after Cheyenne’s transition; that is, a greater hieronic coordination to uplift the lower kingdoms would begin.
Archangel Zadkiel Returns
February 14, 2014. MEDITATION. While resting in a chair with Shasta asleep in my lap, I enjoyed a deep spiritual communion with her. Enfolding her in my light body, I projected light into her being. I also sensed my own body deva melding with the deva that is in charge of Shasta, thereby continuing to blend the hieronic patches Hannibal had established between our force fields on February 12th. Then Lord Zadkiel overshadowed both our forms and injected Sixth Ray transmutation energy to help accelerate the process of integration. The communion lasted a half hour.
Security Detail with Cheyenne
February 17, 2014. DREAM. Cheyenne and I were part of a sizable security detail at the headquarters of a large business corporation. An alarm sounded, alerting the team to an intruder. The security system gave the location, and all of us responded immediately. As it turned out, the intruder was a boy who had scaled the perimeter fence in order to swim in the pond. When he saw us approach, he immediately got out and left. Later, I encountered someone who had ill intentions toward Cheyenne.
Interpretation: Obviously this dream alerts me to enhance spiritual protection on all planes. Note, too, that this is the first time I’ve dreamed of Cheyenne since I adopted Shasta. Cheyenne, part of the Astral K9 Unit, remains faithfully on guard from the astral planes.
* See Mark-Age text Evolution of Man.
Photos: (1) Phillel with Shasta and astral Cheyenne, 2014, Mark-Age Archives (collage courtesy of Hartmut Jager. (2) and (3) Shasta, 2014, Mark-Age Archives. (4) Phillel with Shasta, 2014, Mark-Age Archives. (5) MariLyn and Robert with Shasta, 2014, Mark-Age Archives. (6), (7) and (8) Shasta, 2014, Mark-Age Archives.
How wondrous! The wonders of God never, never cease. Even in the midst of the confusion, they become more and more beautiful, full of light, love and the absolute power of our Father. From the littlest to the greatest, we are never forgotten or forsaken. “Come unto me all who labour, and I will give you rest.” “Life everlasting!” Gratitude and thanks to the Hierarchy of above and below. We are truly and utterly blessed. Amen. And so it is!
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