Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Quick Q & A


Q. Please do a reading on the shape of the earth/ the flat earth movement. Thank you kindly.
A.  I have done some readings on this in the past.  Here are links to a few of them.  I realize that there has been some discussion questioning if the earth is really flat, but I am still unable to connect to that as being true.
http://psychicfocus.blogspot.com/2015/11/theories-about-earth-growing-earth.html
http://psychicfocus.blogspot.com/2016/02/random-group-post.html

Q. Hi Lynn! Do you have an update to your non-disclosure agreement about Coral Castle?  I bet there's a lot of people here waiting for this reading! Best Regards & Many Thanks!

A. To be honest when I signed the agreement there was no legal expiration date listed.  The terms stated that it couldn't be discussed until the project was done.  Unfortunately, I cannot see a completion date as the partner I was working has run into some issues.  I am hopeful I will have a more clear answer in the near future as there have been a lot of time and effort invested into this.


Q. I recently re-read your look at the Phoenix Lights incident, in which a very large ET craft flew over that city at night and was seen by thousands, including the governor, who initially ridiculed eyewitness reports but later admitted that he, too, had seen it himself. My question: Given the high levels of ET "frustration" you've described over the lack of open disclosure, what prevents an identical ET overflight during daylight hours over a large city today, right now?
A.  I get these "fly overs" do happen all the time.  UFOs are spotted in the daylight as well as the night, but they are easier to see during the night. I see that most larger ships are equipped with a defense cloaking technology that keeps them hidden, the the crafts that are often seen are the much smaller ships.  The larger, mother ship, I hear is like the "queen bee" of a hive, and all effort goes into protecting that larger ship.  In the event a mother ship is seen, it is often due to a technology failure. 

Q. Please do a reading on electrogravitics.
A. I see that electrogravitics is a real thing and it is the first step to being able to build an anti-gravity machine.  There is much more into being able to create a flying machine, but this concept is the fundamental step.  I get electrogravitics creates the ability lessen the effect of gravity on a mass, but the challenge is maintaining that effect (I see the gravity effect fluctuating).  I cannot see fluid motion or movements, but rather jerky movements and inconsistencies.  I hear that rather than work against gravity, we need to focus on moving through it..

Q. Can you tell us the story about dogs? Their history and how they became so smart? Also, how do they see humans, think and feel? I love dogs.
A.  I see that there are humanoid dog ETs that live in a star system on Orion's belt.  The lesser evolved dog ETs look like our present day dogs here on earth. Both types of dogs have a head, body and four appendages, but the more evolved have appendages that allow they to walk upright.  These ETs came here thousands of years ago and helped to seed the planet using some of their own DNA.  They made many versions of themselves, and the fittest survived.  They also brought some of the lesser evolved versions of themselves which evolved into our present day dogs.

Dogs are very intelligent.  The advantage they have is that they don't have a rational mind that discounts ideas or plants doubt.  They are insightful and have an ability to sense and feel things that many humans cannot experience readily.  They actually see humans for who they are (at the core).  

(As a side note, as I type this I keep seeing "dog" spelled "daug."  This must mean something, but was not made clear to me no matter what way I asked..??)

Q. Hi Lynn, I just wanted to know the spiritual meaning of rainbows, and what is the message when we see one?
A.  When I see a rainbow I see it as a sign or reminder that we are connected to "the other side."  It is the visual representation of there being a bridge and connectedness from our 3D reality to a higher vibrational plane.  They hold a symbolic and spiritual property of having all the chakras unified together as we ascend to that plane.

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

33 comments:

kewky said...

Thanks Lynn! I love dogs too but I also love cats. Is it the same kind of scenario with them?

Ryno said...

"dog" spelled "daug." The first word that popped into my mind is "Daughter". Do you see any connection between those words?

Joao Gomes said...

Also on a note on DAUG: maybe it has to do with their ability and willingness to be educated and assist us in many forms (e.g. finding earthquake (fire) victims, sniffing drugs at customs). Theyr availability for "summing up with humans" is a rare caracteristic among animals, imo. Daug also can assume many forns! Thank you for this post!

Charlie the Tuna said...

Excellent job Lynn, thank you, I just love dog stories. I am going to walk my dog right now.

Joao Gomes said...

It wrote daug but I meant dough, sorry! Englsh spelling is really tricky...

AL233 said...

As a New Englander I hear a New England Boston Type accent saying dog and sounding like "Daug." :)

Lisa said...

A daug is a own dog-breed, it is the cross of the Dachshund and Pug:
http://dogs.petbreeds.com/l/802/Daug

Hannon said...

In the Northern European traditions, most notably the Nordic Sagas, the rainbow bridge(Bifrost) connects Midgard(Earth) to Asagatd(where the Gods live). It's pretty cool for me, to see you validate a bit of the old myth :-)

Speaking of dogs. Lynn, I have a 12 year old Pit Bull, that I can no longer care for due to an on going divorce and financial problems, but I love her dearly and she loves me. I'm going to have to put her down, and I was hoping you could explain this situation to me, from a spiritual perspective. How does a person do something like this, in the fairest way possible, to the dog?

CHRISSY said...

Hi Lynn! Thanks for all your readings, I really enjoy them all!
I was hoping you could tell us something or anything about the new film called Vaxxed. It is a film about vaccinations and involves a Doctor named William Thompson. This documentary just came out and it is very controversial, it was suppose to be played at the Tribecca film festival but was recently removed. I don't believe that this dr is a quack like the media ia making him out to be, how much truth can you reveal about this documentary. Much appreciated. Thank you!!!

Christine

Mark Noeth said...

Kewl reading as always...

Robert Schoen said...

i loved the scope of the questions asked,shows people are really thinking about things deeply. Thanks for the answers!

Camryn Villarruel said...

@Hannon, are you putting your dog down for health reasons or unwillingness to care for your dog? Please do not euthanized a dog just b/c you cant take care of it.

siketa said...

Snoop has to change his name to Dauggy Daug.
:)

Portitia Celestial said...

Whats up Daug! haha....

Apparently I rescued a sick dying mongrel pup from a bush despite my ignorance about dogs & being a muslim. One thing I know for sure, it looked thru my eyes & spoke to my soul, "Please Help!"

With lots of challenge & stress for 1mth, I managed to house him & nurture to health. He's been adopted now, happy successful ending ;)

Hannon said...

@camryn I'm homeless for the moment, I can't find a rent I can afford and pay for my soon to be ex-wife and kids support, and the dog isn't friendly so to speak, so I can't find anyone to take her. I wish it was because of health reasons, but I'm going to have to live in my car and not pay for my family to keep her. I don't want to put her down, but I have bigger responsibilities, plus if I don't pay the money to my x, they'll through me in jail and the state will kill the dog anyway, but it won't be with a loving owner, it'll be with a state employee.

Blimpy Peach said...

@hannon. Sorry to hear of you're divorce. We are also in a difficult situation with our daug, we rescued him as a pup and later found out he was born with severe hip dysplasia. We can't bear to think of life without him but know at some point we will have to let him go as much as that will destroy me. My heart goes out to you having to make that decision

In regards to rainbows, I have been seeing seeing so many more in this last 6 months than I have seen in my entire life. Especially double rainbows. As simple as they are, they are truly fascinating!

Blimpy Peach said...

I'm also very interested in the karmic side of having dogs as pets. We take them away from their mums as pups, control every aspect of their lives, put them on leashes and fence them in, but yet they still adore us. Is it negative karma to have them as pets or does the symbiotic relationship outweigh it?

Psychic Focus (Lynn) said...


Hello everyone! Thanks for the comments and also sharing!

@kewky: Yes, cats are similar too. They can from the Orion system, but a different planet.

@Ryno: That is a cool comparison, but I can't make the connection. Maybe I need to think on it more.

@Hannon and Camryn: I am so sorry to hear about your situation. I have done a readings on pets before. Here are a few: http://psychicfocus.blogspot.com/2014/04/animals-and-souls.html
http://psychicfocus.blogspot.com/2014/07/soul-contracts-and-suicide.html

Also, if it is a matter of just not being about to care for her, please check out local shelters and your Humane Society. Putting an animal down when it isn't in the greater good (relieving pain, etc) has lower vibratonal emotions and karma tied connected to it.

@Chrissy: I need to focus on this. Sounds like an interesting topic!

@Blimpy: I see the intent behind the relationship. If it is mutual, and you give as much to the pet and what you receive in terms of love, protection, etc, then it is a beautiful thing. :-) I see they want to serve us, but we need to love and respect them back.

They Live said...

Are wolves, hyenas, foxes, etc. the prototypes of the dogs we have as pets? Or are they all at the same level of the lesser evovled dogs?
Great reading as always 💕

Ryno said...

Speaking of bipedal dogs, a reading on werewolves and lycanthropy would be really interesting!

Hannon said...

@ Blimpy, thanks for your condolences, sorry to hear about your pup :-)

@Lynn, that's what I thought, but they don't want aggressive dogs, they already have more nice dogs than they can find homes for, and while my dog is extremely healthy for a pit bull that's past her life expectancy, she has enough arthritis to make her limpy and stiff, but not bad enough yet, to justify saving her from her pain. I'm going to do everything I can for now, but the day may come, where I just don't have a choice. As bad as it sounds, everyday I hope she just passes on her own terms naturally, and frees us both from this situation.

BTW, I'm in western Mass if anybody is interested in adopting her. Once she's been socialized with a person, she's super sweet.

The enlightened one said...

@Lynn, I didn't know you had done a reading on the coral castle. As I understand it a client asked you to do a private reading on it for a specific project? Can you tell us what the project is about, or is that secret too?

Camryn Villarruel said...

@Hannon, Im sorry for what you are going through. Try relinquishing your dog the Humane Society in your state. They will take the dog and assess his health and behavior Please Dont have him euthanized. The Humane Society can help under you relinquishing a pet. Many blessings to you and your situation will positively change. I will have you in my thoughts and will send you light.

Hannon said...

@camryn Thank you so much! I'll be fine, I'm worried about how this all shakes out for the younglings and the dog. I called the Human Society, and it keeps going through a menu and they haven't called back yet, the next time I have a day off, I'm going to go there in person, but my cousin had a similar situation and because his dog was aggressive to strangers like mine, they couldn't help. I was going to take his dog at that time, but she didn't get along with the dog I have now. I love the dog so much, she has even slept in my bed for 12 years, and not being there for my little girl every day is tough as well. The whole thing is making me feel a deep sense out guilt. I wish my wife acted like a grown up, and stuck this out until the little one was older :-)

NatalieW said...

@ Hannon..im heartbroken to hear about your situation and possibly putting your dog down. Please don't do that, things have a way of working out! If I didn't have 4 dogs already I would take care of her for you. I have a pit bull and 3 Jack Russells. 2 of my dogs ive had for over a decade. There is nothing in this world, NOTHING, that would make me consider putting my dog to sleep unless there were critically ill and in much pain. Dogs are part of our families and not disposable when times are tough. That is your baby...please stick it through and trust that doing the right thing will benefit you in the end. I know it is not my place to tell you what to do, nor am I judging you in any way...but I feel obligated to at least say something. I will send you good thoughts and vibes toward things working out for you and your dog. *hugs*

earth2edie said...

@Hannon Some ideas for you

I've only heard about Craig's List - never actually used it:
http://animalsheltersma.com/pets-on-craigslist/pets-on-craigslist-western-massachusetts/
Explain that you need Sanctuary for your elderly pet and do not leave out the part about you being suddenly homeless. People will be merciful if they understand the situation.

Here in Texas, some try placing animals with Ranch or Farm Owners who have large properties. I would place ads in the Farm/Ranch section and just explain that you need Sanctuary for your Pet. And that you Pet has initial anxiety until familiar with new people. They should have a place to keep your Pet until the anxiety/fear goes away.

I am praying that your situation improves so that this problem no longer exists.

SB said...

Lynn,

I can't help but wonder if the famous Dogmen people have been seeing like the Bigfoot aren't another primitive form of these ETs as well. I even had an encounter with one while walking my dog at night a few years ago it was terrifying though. I roared like a lion and it ran off. It was the only thing I could think to do since it was coming right at us. My dog wanted to attack it but I wouldn't let her.

earth2edie said...

@Hannon - I began doing internet searches for Pit Bull rescue org's, and they stated that they accepted "non-aggressive" dogs. Not personally knowing anything about Pit Bulls (I'm a Cat-People)- I searched for behavior info & found this:

http://www.pitbulllovers.com/pitbull-articles/pitbull-and-dog-aggression.html


http://www.pitbulllovers.com/two-pit-bulls-is-a-bad-idea.html


http://www.pitbulllovers.com/helping-pit-bulls.html

SO, given this information, I now understand your Dilemma, and decided to just pray for your situation to improve: employment, family relationship- something/everything - so that your Pet can stay with you. It would be great if you were offered employment or there was some kind of financial miracle that would allow your Dog to live back @ home. This is what I wish for you and your Pet, and I ask others to join in with me to send positive/loving energy to the situation.

Cheryl Bane said...

@ Hannon - I can sooooo relate to the guilt of wishing your dog would just die of natural causes. I had an 8-year old cairn terrier finally pass away a few months ago (she finally got sick enough to justify putting her to sleep - could barely breathe, etc.).

For a year and a half we had to feed her through a g-tube 3 times a day, give her all kinds of medications, clean up after her vomiting, and do so much to take care of her...on top of having a child with special needs. I wished the dog would just die already, but she kept hanging in there. I'm not proud of feeling that way; just wanted to let you know I could relate. And don't let people's judgments let you feel bad about yourself.

Hannon said...

Wow, all the support makes me feel all warm and fuzzy, thanks so much to everybody!!! She(Lucy) is still around and I'm not going to put her down, until it's the absolute and only possible option. If it works out, where I can find a rent that will accept her, that I can afford along with having to shovel cash at my soon to be non-wife, then she's not going anywhere, and she'll be fine for now. I'm hoping for the best and preparing for the worst, but as it stands now, I have to pay more than the cost of a home mortgage to my once sweetie, and still get by on my own. I can find a small cheap place for myself no problem, but a place that'll accept dogs, is out of my price range so far.

Faith said...

Hi Lynn, can you possibly do a reading for the Original Night Stalker AKA the East Area Rapist? He was a serial rapist (50+ rapes) in the Sacramento area in the 70s and progressed to a serial killer (10-13 murders) in southern California in the late 70s and early to mid 80s. He hasn't been caught despite his DNA being in CODIS. If you can do a reading on him/the crimes, it'd be very much appreciated. Thank you.

Psychic Focus (Lynn) said...

Thank you for the reading suggestions. Those do sound like great ideas.

Hannon: That is the beautiful thing I love about this blog- the people are amazing! So much caring and collaboration ideas! I am truly grateful!

Enlightened One: Yes, someone contacted me to assist in a book writing contract. I did several readings, and he is putting it together. To be honest I don't have a time frame for completion as the person I was working with has made communication a little difficult. I think that are having some personal challenges that is halting progress, but I cannot ethically break my promise to them to see this through.

Faith: This is a great idea for a reading. I sort of "backed off" the murder cases after I did the big reading on Steven Avery (that was pretty intense), but I will look to getting back into it as i do see there is help for the greater good in this information.

Faith said...

Ah, thank you! I am looking forward to it if you decide to do a reading. There is a huge cloud of mystery surrounding the perpetrator and is one of the most interesting unsolved crimes due to theories, hearsay, and of course the obvious question of how has he not been caught after 40 years and so many crimes.