Often, I have these visions of loved ones, people I work with, or people I just met. And it’s not like something is happening in the vision, and it’s not a dream. It’s more like a flash image or a still image of the person that can occur at anytime despite what I’m doing.
Sometimes they’re facing me, and sometimes I see them from the side in a profile view. Something very powerful and very spiritual is going on daily.
As far as dreams go, lets just say I don’t dismiss them anymore. There’s always a message, and I make sure to follow up on them when I wake up.
Weather it’s a dream or a vision, I contact the person, but unless, it’s someone close to me, I don’t tell them that they came to me in a dream or I saw them in a vision because most people would dismiss the conversation.
Instead, I’ll just call or email the person and tell them I was thinking about them lately and I ask how they’re doing.
This may or may not have anything to do with this post, but I was flipping through Robert Howell’s book again, Inside the Priory of Sion, and I noticed the chapter titled, “Mary Magdalene,” was chapter 13.
Chapter 13, that’s a connection to my numerology system, Occultus 13. In Occultus 13, both Magdalene and Mary fall under the number 4; Magdalene (49/13) and Mary (31).
So, it was interesting to notice that. In a way though, I do think Magdalene does have something to do with dreams and visions because dreams and visions are considered gifts of intuition, and intuition is connected to the “divine feminine.”
Man is slowly waking up, but for a while there we were without intuition, our connection to our God Source. The suppression of feminine energy was not only detrimental to females in general, but the feminine energy in males as well, which is intuition or intuitive abilities.
I think it was Pope Gregory that said Mary was a prostitute, but that could be so far from the truth. Mary was a follower of Jesus, she was one of his disciples even though that’s never mentioned, and she was the “chosen one.”
There are even rumors circulating that Jesus and Mary were married and conceived a child.
All throughout my life, all of this stuff was present in my life, but I never thought twice about it because I was immature and less informed at the time-or maybe, the time wasn’t right for me to know.
Here’s an example. When I was in my twenties I used to go to this night club in Manhattan, New York. It was called the Sound Factory. The Sound Factory closed down and it reopened as Pascha!
The name didn’t mean anything then, the only thing that mattered was the club reopened.
But now, I see. Pascha is the Greek word for Easter, and Easter is about resurrection.
I also found out today, that special day of 7/22, we’ve been analyzing and I spent a considerable amount of time writing about in Smorgasbord 3, is the Feast Day for Saint Mary Magdalene. I would’ve written about that in my book, but I just found out.
The connection here is that sometimes Mary is seen holding a red egg. Well, the red egg, according to followers of Christianity, is a symbol for resurrection. In Orthodox Churches, Easter eggs are blessed by the Priest at the end of the Paschal Vigil, which is the first official celebration of the resurrection of Jesus.
Here’s another thing I saw that you’re not going to believe; a perfect circle of 12 blue stars in the night sky. I sure did-about 10 years ago.