Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Living in the Matrix?

Q. Dear Lynn, Thanks for all your eye, mind and soul opening readings! I came across an interesting article on BBC that quotes many famous scientists expressing doubts about the reality of us and our world. They say there are evidences and clues that we are living in simulation created by someone (in another cosmos or another Earth) for fun or experiment. Whatever we do, see and experience is pre-programmed like lab rats or computer games. In short, our whole world, that includes the whole cosmos, galaxies, our Earth in it, every moment of our lives and of that of every person who has lived here or will live here) is just a computer game designed by someone in much the same way as we ourselves play simulation games on computer.

The link to the article is here:

What are the clues or evidences that these mighty scientists are talking about? Can we also know those clues or glitches?
A. When I tune into this I get the phrase "history is bound to repeat itself" because it does.  In fact, the past, present and future all work in tandem, and when we incarnate we pick which track of the DVD of life to jump on. Things repeat in cycles, and it is just a different version of the same chapter within a story.  By studying the past, may valid predictions can be made with regards to the future (when focused on one timeline). The cycles discovered through a study of astrology even further support how our lives (and events around us) run in loops, and this was also the start of how our ancient ancestors began to see how our lives and reality really works.  

Even when we break the cycle within our timeline, which alters our life path, we eventually reunite back to our path (we call this fate).  Our experiences change, but we are faced with the same lessons to conquer (and if we don't we incarnate back in to do it again through another series of cycles).  

Glitches occur all the time.  The Mandela Effect is a perfect example. (I have done a few readings on this topic, and included a link to one of them below)

Q. How to find out the truth? How to come out of it? Do we humans even have a choice to exist outside this simulation? 
A.  Until we cross into spirit (and become "all knowing"), the best way to discover the truth is to get in tune with your higher self.  Seeking answers, true answers, requires connecting with higher vibrational sources.  You can do this through meditating, or even quiet time alone with your thoughts.  

You can disengage to some degree, but I see our reality being a result of our perceptions, which is how our "world" is created.  The individual thoughts further come together to create a collective consciousness, which drives the direction of our environment.  Even though we can't completely "quit," we can come together to shift our world into a place where you "want" to be.

Q. It is eerily similar to ancient sayings in all cultures and religions of the world that the world is just an illusion and not real. Even Plato said so and the Indian Mythology has even a name for it: Maya. This brings up another question: How did ancient people know about something that has taken science thousands and thousands of years of study, experiments and costly machines? 
Definition of Maya
A.  As I mentioned above, our ancient ancestors were brilliant at reading the stars.  They understood our current astrology, and also the ancient forms that have been lost (and some have been "intentionally" lost as they reveal too much accuracy and truth).  They could see how most things weren't random, and could be predicted in cycles.  It became clear that things were not always random and unique, but rather pre-planned, causing them to question the "illusion" of the world.

And that is all I have for this reading.  Thank you.  Love and light-
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Monday, January 15, 2018


Metatron's Cube
Q. Hi! I figured with the upcoming year, and the shift, it would be fun to talk about Metatron. For the longest time, his symbol (Metatron's cube) kept popping up and I had a lot of synchronicity going on. I did some digging and it seems like the cube may be related to the new grid / 4D realm. (Interesting note: people have found connections to Tesla's 3,6, and 9 within the cube). Metatron has also relayed many messages about the upcoming New Age of Aquarius, which lines up with some of your readings. He refers to himself as an archangel. I know the term "angels" has been used to describe an ET because these beings look different and play the part, etc. There are some people who say Metatron is actually Enoch, who was given a new name when he ascended. So... who, or what is Metatron? And his role? Thank you so much for all you do!

A.  When I tune into this I see a being (in spirit) float upward.  This being looks to have an energetic tether to several dimensions, and manifests as a handsome male figure when connected to the 3D realm. I hear the phrase "he has his foot in many worlds, all at the same time."  

When I ask for clarity, I see him as being another extension from Source that was created (or rather sculpted) to aid and assist in the ascension of humans.  He was first incarnated on Earth near the time the ETs were seeding earth with life.  He lived a long life in 3D form, so long he was able to grow and expand through experience.  When he transitioned into spirit he was chosen by Source to continue the ascension process.  

When I ask, "Is Metatron in fact Enoch?"  I get "they are one in the same."  When he first transitioned into spirit, he was given the name Enoch as some way to signify he was in "training" (His 3D existence had another name..??).  As he matured and ascended (it comes through like a "promotion"), he was renamed to Metatron as he took his final position as a guide to humans through their ascension.  I also see that many people even have visions or connections to him as they cross over into spirit.

I get Metatron's Cube is a form of sacred geometry that illustrates energetic flows and how it flows through the molecular structures within humans.  I see this symbol being a powerful tool in healing by promoting a healthy flow of energy to and through a life force.  This symbol can be visualized or drawn to strengthen the healing intent.

And that is all I was able to see.  I'm happy to address questions in the comments.  (I feel like there is more, but this is all that came forward). Love and light- Lynn
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Friday, January 12, 2018

History's Mysteries SOLVED #2

by Lynn & Da-da

Hi all, and welcome to another batch of SOLVED mysteries (ostensibly by way of Occam’s Razor this time). It’s always nice to get some resolution. As usual, Lynn's words are "in quotes,” and Da-da’s follow-up questions are [in brackets]. NOTE: Oddly, both of us had email drafts disappear more than once, and a bunch of other emails vanish and relocate themselves. Needless to say, it seems that someone / something doesn't want this information getting out, for whatever reason. With that in mind… here we go!

1. The Mona Lisa
Ok, who is the subject of Leonardo di Vinci’s, "Mona Lisa"? Some have suggested...

… that Leonardo actually painted himself as a woman! Also, why did Leonardo paint all that complex background behind her? Does it have any meaning?
What Lynn Saw
"I get this was his mom, which is why they resemble each other. I’m getting a story about his mom dying when he was fairly young, and he’d had this sketch of her he'd made while just a kid. He painted this as a tribute to her. The background is the landscape of his childhood; the whole thing is both a tribute and a recollection of Leonardo’s lost childhood."

2. The Salem Witch Trials 
This is a complicated mess from 1692, where 20 people were executed (five others died in prison). The part we’re most interested in is in red

From Wikipedia:
In Salem Village, in February 1692, Betty Parris, age 9, and her cousin Abigail Williams, age 11, the daughter and niece, respectively, of Reverend Samuel Parris, began to have fits described as "beyond the power of Epileptic Fits or natural disease to effect" by John Hale, the minister of the nearby town of Beverly. The girls screamed, threw things about the room, uttered strange sounds, crawled under furniture, and contorted themselves into peculiar positions, according to the eyewitness account of Rev. Deodat Lawson, a former minister in Salem Village.
The girls complained of being pinched and pricked with pins. A doctor, historically assumed to be William Griggs, could find no physical evidence of any ailment. Other young women in the village began to exhibit similar behaviors. When Lawson preached as a guest in the  Salem Village meetinghouse, he was interrupted several times by outbursts of the afflicted.
The first three people accused and arrested for allegedly afflicting Betty Parris, Abigail Williams, 12-year-old Ann Putnam, Jr., and Elizabeth Hubbard, were Sarah GoodSarah Osborne, and Tituba. Some historians believe that the accusation by Ann Putnam Jr. suggests that a family feud may have been a major cause of the witch trials. At the time, a vicious rivalry was underway between the Putnam and Porter families, one which deeply polarized the people of Salem. Citizens would often have heated debates, which escalated into full-fledged fighting, based solely on their opinion of the feud.
Good was a homeless beggar, known to seek food and shelter from neighbors. She was accused of witchcraft because of her appalling reputation. At her trial, she was accused of rejecting Puritan ideals of self-control and discipline when she chose to torment and "scorn [children] instead of leading them towards the path of salvation".
Sarah Osborne rarely attended church meetings. She was accused of witchcraft because the Puritans believed that Osborne had her own self-interests in mind following her remarriage to an indentured servant. The citizens of the town disapproved of her trying to control her son's inheritance from her previous marriage.
Tituba, an Indian slave, likely became a target because of her ethnic differences from most of the other villagers. She was accused of attracting girls like Abigail Williams and Betty Parris with stories of enchantment from Malleus Maleficarum. These tales about sexual encounters with demons, swaying the minds of men, and fortune-telling were said to stimulate the imaginations of girls and made Tituba an obvious target of accusations.
Each of these women was a kind of outcast and exhibited many of the character traits typical of the "usual suspects" for witchcraft accusations; they were left to defend themselves. Brought before the local magistrates on the complaint of witchcraft, they were interrogated for several days, starting on March 1, 1692, then sent to jail.
In March, others were accused of witchcraft: Martha Corey, child Dorothy Good, and Rebecca Nurse in Salem Village, and Rachel Clinton in nearby Ipswich. Martha Corey had expressed skepticism about the credibility of the girls' accusations and thus drawn attention. The charges against her and Rebecca Nurse deeply troubled the community because Martha Corey was a full covenanted member of the Church in Salem Village, as was Rebecca Nurse in the Church in Salem Town. If such upstanding people could be witches, the townspeople thought, then anybody could be a witch, and church membership was no protection from accusation. Dorothy Good, the daughter of Sarah Good, was only four years old, but not exempted from questioning by the magistrates; her answers were construed as a confession that implicated her mother. In Ipswich, Rachel Clinton was arrested for witchcraft at the end of March on independent charges unrelated to the afflictions of the girls in Salem Village.[33]
The trials resulted in the executions of twenty people, fourteen of them women, and all but one by hanging. Five others (including two infant children) died in prison.
Twelve other women had previously been executed in Massachusetts and Connecticut during the 17th century. Despite being generally known as the Salem Witch Trials, the preliminary hearings in 1692 were conducted in several towns: Salem Village (now Danvers), Salem TownIpswich, and Andover. The most infamous trials were conducted by the Court of Oyer and Terminer in 1692 in Salem Town.
The episode is one of Colonial America's most notorious cases of mass hysteria. It has been used in political rhetoric and popular literature as a vivid cautionary tale about the dangers of isolationism, religious extremism, false accusations, and lapses in due process. It was not unique, but a Colonial American example of the much broader phenomenon of witch trials in the early modern period, which took place also in Europe. Many historians consider the lasting effects of the trials to have been highly influential in subsequent United States history. According to historian George Lincoln Burr, "the Salem witchcraft was the rock on which the theocracy shattered."
So... a total mess, and a great indicator of what a nightmare this community must’ve been like to live in. But were the girls faking their original symptoms? Or was it actually caused by a spirit? Were they perhaps influenced by bad grain?? (Some researchers tried to blame what happened on ergot, a kind of rye fungus.) So, what started it all?

What Lynn Saw
"It looks like the girls were faking it under the instruction of their mom, to basically scare the crap out of the opposing family… and it backfired horribly against everybody involved. The girls even practiced their performances, to evoke extra fear… but the whole thing turned into a complete mess. Those people locally who really did have powers didn’t go around flaunting it simply because of the nightmare way this society was structured. It was all a set up."

3. Glastonbury
Who originally built Glastonbury? I’m guessing the hill used to be a fort of some sort. What did it look like before the “tor" (tower) was built? I’m guessing the tor is fairly recent. What’s the early history of the site and the people who built it?

What Lynn Saw
"Strange, when I look at this, I can see through it. There’s a structure in the earth under this, and the earth grew up around it. There was a little city in the center of that hill. It might be a sacred site, but if you dig there, you’ll find stone remnants of this building that lies inside that hill. I’m getting tat the purpose of the structure was to house soldiers, mostly, and this place served as a pit stop between towns for travelers. It was built under some king’s orders."

[Which king? Was it King Arthur?]
"I want to say yes. That does feel right."

4. Chaco Canyon
So, who originally built Chaco Canyon? What happened to the civilization there?

What Lynn Saw
"The people who built this had very dark skin and straight dark hair, the native american tribe that built this community here. It feels like there were a lot of battles and fights over land and resources here, a lot of competition for survival. It was built with a big wall as protection, to protect against invasion, as terrible brutality existed at this time. The people within had a good mentality; they were just trying to protect themselves. They built the wall first, the rest later. It was its own little town. This tribe stayed there all year round. I also get that, as competition increased to survive outside, it became harder and harder to feed the thriving community inside. The resources dried up and the community was forced to abandon the area. They tried to reestablish this same community elsewhere." 

5. Grand Canyon Buddha
In 1909, a Phoenix newspaper article…

...was published about two Smithsonian archaeologists finding rock-cut vaults and caverns in the Grand Canyon, complete with what appeared to be a kind of Buddha-like statue, along with rock tunnels and even mummies. The researchers attributed the site to the Ancient Egyptians, which may have colored a lot of their thinking. The entrance was high up one of the cliff walls. Here’s an excerpt:

"The latest news of the progress of the explorations of what is now regarded by scientists as not only the oldest archeological discovery in the United States, but one of the most valuable in the world, which was mentioned some time ago in the Gazette, was brought to the city yesterday by G.E. Kinkaid, the explorer who found the great underground citadel of the Grand Canyon during a trip from Green River, Wyoming, down the Colorado, in a wooden boat, to Yuma, several months ago.”

You might want to read the whole newspaper article. It’s very interesting.

So, what’s the history of this site? Is it still intact? And did the Smithsonian toss all the evidence they found? (They won’t even acknowledge the archaeologists in the article.)

What Lynn Saw
"I’ve done readings on the Grand Canyon before that are dark; there’s this ominous feel or vibe to the Grand Canyon in general, like maybe it’s had lots of battles and death and such. There’s bad energy in spots. There are also ET bases in parts of the Grand Canyon where they come in and out through the rock walls. Basically, a lot of oddity in general. As for this, I get that there was trade and bartering system waay before the time of Columbus (though the European PTW don’t want you to know that, and have tried to write it out of history). People from Asia and vicinity knew of the West Coast and interior of North America for a long time, and would trade with the people there. One group brought over a Buddha statue when they traveled with some fur traders. It’s not that tough of a trip to go from Asia to Canada in the summer, when the water is free of ice. Feels like a group of Asians came over with the traders and stayed. They toted that Buddha statue for good luck and good fortune, and eventually wound up in the grand canyon, and lived in the caves they found. The site isn’t that old, really; only about 300 years before this 1909 newspaper article. And yes, The Smithsonian really did toss much of the evidence, but the site itself is still intact. Some people want to hold onto this false history that the US was isolated and unknown before the Europeans came; they can’t give credit to anyone else for what they did. Think about going all the way from Asia to the GC a thousand years ago with a Buddha statue in tow… it’s impressive!”

[Were the caves natural, or did the… Chinese?… carve them out? Did they find a preexisting site of a previous civilization? And what eventually happened to the Chinese who stayed there?]

“The caves were natural, and were found through the opening (which was much smaller, later made larger). I don't think anyone lived there for a length of time (it was more of a take cover kind of place). Eventually, like many societies, they ran out of resources, and could not thrive there. I see they headed south, maybe even all the way to Mexico."

[It’s kinda like "Kung Fu" (the TV series) meets "Aguirre, Wrath of God.”] 

And that is all folks.  Thanks everyone for tuning in to read.  Love and light- Lynn and Da-da

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

ET Life

Q. Hi Lynn!  I was wondering about ET life in the 3D realm.  They seem so advanced, but do they also do some of the things that are very human, such as:  eating, going to the bathroom, washing themselves, enjoying entertainment? 
A.  When I tune into this, and think about the different behaviors, I cannot see them eat, but I do see them drink a clear fluid that looks to have bubbles in it (much like carbonated water).  As I get clarity, I get that they water is infused with the nutritional vibrations that they need, and are then absorbed by the body.  It looks like the ETs (at least the Grey species I see) all need similar nutritional components, therefore, they all look to drink the same thing unless they become ill (in which case they would see the "ship health chemist" to obtain an "altered vibrational drink." This drink (which again looks like carbonated water) with the altered vibration allowed them to heal.

I cannot see that they go to the bathroom (again, I see images of the Grey species so this could all be unique to them, or this could be a way to explain to me how others do this as well).  It looks like because what they consume, they absorb, and toxins are excreted through their sweat.  They can get rather clammy, and their sweat can carry an odor.  I also hear that toxins they get in their body, or elements that cause illness are not from their food, but from their environment (such as Earth or Moon travel when they expose themselves to strange environments).  

They do wash, but looks more like a "rinse off" (the phrase I hear.)

As far as entertainment, I'm not seeing anything.  No space festivals or carnivals look to be happening.    

Do they also have family gatherings, special holidays, crack jokes among each other, get angry at their children, have sex etc.? Or are they all so very scientific, serious and detached from the physical and the emotional?

A.  I don't see too much social interaction.  They are rather detached, and feel that joking and silliness is somehow immature.  In watching them, it looks like everyone has a job, and they do it.  The absence of emotion (and to some degree ego) allows them to fall in line and work harmoniously.    

They do have a commitment to family, and tend to collect into groups (cliques based on family connections).  Anger isn't really in their range (they feel almost intelligent robots??).  They would feel it would be a sign of weakness to get angry, and it also is a waste of energy.  It feels like they are always moving forward with their thought (they don't revert to memories).  

Sex has a very clinical vibe to it.  It isn't for enjoyment, but for procreation purposes, and looks to take place in a lab (I'm being shown the lab, and NOT the act, which is still viewed as private, like a doctor's visit).  

Q. Are humans the least evolved species in the universe? Are we the babies with the lowest form of consciousness? Or are there more similarities than we think?  We hear so much about ET's and their missions but too little about their "ordinary" side (if they have one). Thank you!

A.  We do have one of the lowest levels of consciousness as a species that is in a physical form.  There are several beings that have very low vibrations, but they are hanging out in other realities.  I am, however, reminded, that "even though we are one of the lowest consciousness beings, we have no where to go but up, with every experience being an opportunity for growth."

And that is all I have.  Thank you  Love and light-

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