Your Sunday Digest for February 10, 2019: Our Wild & Wacky Journey [videos] ~ February 10, 2019

Hello possums! Are you enjoying the trip? Sailing on the good ship Luna Sea isn’t easy. It’s never been easy, in any of our lifetimes for most of us and this journey is no different.

What’s different is, we can now see the shore. The dove of peace has returned to the ship with a twig from an olive tree and we will see wondrous change in our collective lifetime. We will see peace on Earth.

We, the creators, are facilitating the birth of our new world as we learn about our reality and assimilate the grand possibilities we could never see before.

Some are having difficulty making the shift from negative to positive, but that’s okay. Once they see that there are only a few alligators to navigate to get to shore they’ll realize it’s no biggie and we’re equipped to deal with them. They gnash their teeth in fear. Unfortunately for them, they are so low on the horizon they don’t see the spectacular world off in the distance; only the foe in their face.

Zen Gardner wrote a resonant piece at the end of January I’ve just managed to take in and one of the most important points is that we must keep our sense of humour. We must also remember we are implementing our powers of manifestation whether we do it consciously or not.

Is it possible some of us have been down in the belly of the vessel without portholes for so long that all we see is darkness? Are we so used to languishing in the depths with nothing but a wooden hull between us and a storm that we’re afraid to venture out on deck to see that the rain has stopped and the clouds are parting?

The first foray in months into the Light may hurt the eyes, but the winds of change are pleasant if you take a moment to adjust and resist the urge to retreat to the familiar darkness.

Eventually we will dock and all passengers will be forced to debark on that shaky gangway. It’s easier to go with the crowd than be a straggler trying to negotiate the ropes alone while leaving the sea legs behind.

I’d rather be in a mob of excited travellers staggering toward our new digs where we lean on each other for support, laughing at our drunken lurching as our gaze is fixed on the towers of our brave new world in the distance and not where we’re placing our feet. We are moving forward while not knowing exactly what the future will hold or what our new world will look like. It is already the Promised Land compared to where we’ve been.


One could stand on the dock for days counting all the alligators, but to what benefit?

In keeping with the sea theme, here is Zen Gardner’s view on our current plight.

A Quantum Tide Lifts All Boats


About those powers of manifestation and sense of humour…

When I was a teen beginning to listen to music on the radio, clever folks with access to a studio used to make recordings of music mixed with sound bytes for social commentary to share political views. It was a form of audio meme, if you will. It was a collage that entertained and got you to think.

I recall a sound byte of a little kid saying, “I don’t know what segeration is.” They had polled a group of children, asking the meaning of the word “segregation”. The point: they couldn’t pronounce the word and didn’t instinctively separate black from white or any other colour skin. It was taught.

There was much dialogue about war as the United States sent their young men of age into Vietnam via the draft. Some naturally dodged it, and were called out. Peace signs and flower power were everywhere alongside urgings to “make love, not war”.

I liked the humourous ventures into mediums where they would model a television or radio anchor interviewing a political figure. The reply to their question was a few words from a current song on the hit parade.

Oddly enough, a clip that stuck in my mind was, “Oh, oh, the Israelites.” How bizarre. I never understood the words, but now I can tell it was, “Get up every morning slaving for bread, sir, so that every mouth can be fed.”

And nothing changed for the better since 1969 except that now there is a rock solid effort to change our world, abolish war, bring love back to Humanity, and end the suffering so everyone has abundance and everything they need to not only survive, but thrive.

Sometimes they’d throw in a wacky clip from a Ray Stevens song and it got a giggle. Maybe this is why memes appeal to me so much. They’re the new-age sound byte  in mixed media, and we can make anyone say anything we like. It doesn’t even have to be a quote.

I applaud the meme-makers out there. It’s a colourful new art form that naturally goes viral and speaks more than anyone could squeeze into a picture yet still gets the message across, loud and clear. (And, Q tells us, fools the Goog Monster’s algorithms) Many of them are very funny.

As those old social commentaries from the seventies ran through my mind, I found myself wishing someone would do that again—but on video. And as my powers of manifestation seem to be growing, I’ve seen a few vloggers do this.

I think it’s the “unexpected” that appeals to us, but adding the visual to a movie or television clip like, “Whatchu talkin’ ’bout, Willis?” makes it more effective.

A week or so ago after joining Twitter I discovered a ‘Tuber that really gets into that style in a big way and made me laugh. Some may think it’s silly, but he has a lot of fans—in fact he’s at 100K subs today—and I believe in these dramatic, tense times it’s important to laugh.

We can mix the news with music and humour. It doesn’t lessen the value or the validity and it’s good for the soul. It’s too easy to get so mired down in negative news and hateful behaviour on the part of the opposition that we get stuck in the quagmire and sucked down deeper.

Here’s a sampling from In Pursuit of Truth, a great researcher in his own right that appeals to my funny bone while he educates and provides intel and much-needed perspective. Some of Patrick’s videos contain a lot of sound bytes, others are more info-centric and have just a smattering but I’m glad my powers of manifestation are working so well. I look forward to the latest tales from the asylum every day.


Some folks note that President Trump has surrounded himself with deep state actors. I think that’s true, and I believe it’s intentional. Trump plays hardball. He keeps his friends close and his enemies closer, as I’ve noted before. He invites his enemies into the fold until they serve the purpose and then he cuts them loose.

He doesn’t play 5D chess in the shadows; he’s out in the Light where everyone can see his moves—yet don’t have a clue what’s coming.

He doesn’t skirt the battlefield, he marches right down the middle of it. He’s our fearless leader and unpredictable. He doesn’t avoid the first line of the enemy front—he goes right through it.

He may get a few nicks and scratches but on the battleground he has a bird’s eye view and gathers intel on the go. He may get fooled once in awhile but I don’t believe it happens often. He is surrounded by many who wish him dead and sabotage his mission so it’s unavoidable. I believe that regardless of the obstacles he will succeed.

Is he allowed a few errors in judgement? I don’t have a problem with that. Who thinks they can do a better job? Who has DARED to take on these psychopaths?

Trump is the first to launch an offensive of this scale so he’s a critical target. We can sit around all day picking holes in his strategies, words, and decisions, but he is willing to sacrifice his dignity to save America and the world—and millions of patriots know it.

You may have heard the hoopla over Italy’s deputy prime minister Luigi Di Maio meeting with the French Yellow Vest protestors. It didn’t go over well with the Macron administration. It seems many world leaders have found strength in Trump’s charge of the Light brigade, and found the courage to step outside the bounds of safety, daring to meet the enemy head on through unprecedented moves and showing sympathy for the People and their causes. Donald Trump has given many of us the courage to do what we feared before he took control of the helm.

In this video you don’t have to speak the language; you can mute it, but check out the visuals here. “The Trumpinator” in all his glory. Priceless gems from Italy.


More news you probably won’t see on CNN… They think we doth protest too much.

Taxi Drivers in Spain Protest Uber-Like Corporations

LIVE: Live from Colombian border as Venezuelans cross Simon Bolivar bridge

I guess it can be “just a fireball”. The location is interesting.

Massive Fireball Soars Through The Sky Over Venezuela

This just in: Once again, the threat of a government shutdown in the offing for next week.

Border talks stall as another shutdown looms


How do you know you’re mired down in negativity? You don’t want anyone trying to cheer you up. You reject humour. You don’t want to watch or listen to anything that isn’t negative, or at the very least, serious. Been there. Done that, so…

To close, a “quick burn” from IPOT to leave you laughing and remind you that it’s not that bad. If you don’t want to watch a funny video, then you really NEED to watch. You’ll be glad you did. At least watch part of it, and feel your vibration rise.  ~ BP

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Cynthia is the typical Pisces! Her left brain activities include scientific activities in the hospital laboratory as a manager. Her right-brain activites show as a painter, photographer and musician. She is known as the scientitst who sings!
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1 Response to Your Sunday Digest for February 10, 2019: Our Wild & Wacky Journey [videos] ~ February 10, 2019

  1. Eliza Ayres says:

    Reblogged this on Blue Dragon Journal.

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