24 July 2018 – This may be hard to make out and I apologize. It started out with the “streams” and went from there.
24 July 2018 – Then I put it to pen and paper and more thoughts came. I was thinking about the universal data exchange. How information via energy and material is traveling from earth to other places in space and back to us. It’s nothing new – we know this from asteroids, comets and studying their composition. I was thinking the data exchange may go beyond what can be seen – energetic level.
24 July 2018 – For some reason Montana was on my mind. Kyle says probably because I had been reading about the study being done about disappearing native american women in Montana. I have shared article.
24 July 2018 – I was thinking about where I would want to go and of course it was a place with beautiful trees and water. The red boat and 3 beings wasn’t part of it but it kind of went with the red moon.
24 July 2018 – I know this doesn’t translate very well. I was imagining another place to be that was cool and beautiful – magical. It’s a purple mountain with amethyst crystals and the Aurora Borealis shining over top. When I was talking with Kyle about it I said, “that’s us under the water fall, no clothes allowed lol.”
24 July 2018 – This started with me thinking of two galaxies intersecting. It made me think of the atomic symbol and then the lines and spirals came and “no win scenario.”
24 July 2018 – This came to me in late evening. I was thinking of a docking station for space ships. The ships are not a new design – they’ve been in lots of science fiction. Using gravity for momentum but like with electric cars, you have a back up source of energy.
24 July 2018 – The next two drawings made me laugh and smile. I had kind of an emotional/teary time of it yesterday. Probably just the heat getting to me. My, what I joked with Kyle, “boyfriend” seemed to be reminding me about the gate of the moon.
24 July 2018 – This one really got me smiling because it was so playful as it came to me. Here he seemed to say everything is energy and light….transitory, temporary. Not to take things so seriously.
24 July 2018 – All the drawings together.
24 July 2018 – You would laugh at how I had to position myself to try to get this image of my drawing with the full moon in the background. I am so out of practice with photography. I’ve gotten very lazy with digital photos. When you had to worry about film you did more planning of your pictures!
24 July 2018 – The moon has a bit of a red tint. It’s just the same effect that happens to turn the sun different colors. The “stuff” in our atmosphere acting as a colored filter.
24 July 2018 – Trying to make things more interesting with framing.
25 July 2018 – We had something happen in our neighborhood last night – this stuff from the fields behind our house was spread all through the neighborhood but just along a certain path. In the neighborhood, around the block and out.
25 July 2018 – Piece of the field in a neighbors yard. We checked and it wasn’t wind so may be some bored people making mischief.
6 9 5 12 4
F I E L D = 36/9 cycle (many cycles and phases of life in a field)
14 1 20 10 22 5
N A T I V E = 71/8/4/2/1
9 14 4 9 7 5 14 15 21 19
I N D I G E N O U S
23 15 13 1 14 = 117/9 cycle (same number value as field)
W O M A N = 66/12/3 cycle (life, death, rebirth/give birth)
13 15 15 14
M O O N = 57/12/3 cycle (cycles/phases – same number value as woman)
Another Indigenous Woman Goes Missing In Mountain West
Yet another Indigenous woman has gone missing in the Mountain West.
Jermaine Charlo disappeared near a grocery store in Missoula, Montana last month. The 23-year-old is the 13th native woman to go missing in the state since January.
“Each day that goes by is more concerning that her welfare is compromised or she’s in a situation that’s not a good one for her,” said detective Guy Baker of the Missoula Police Department.
Native American women face some of the highest violence and sexual assault rates in the country, but there is no nationwide tally of the number of missing or murdered Indigenous women in the U.S. because the Federal Bureau of Investigation isn’t really tracking it.
This story was produced by the Mountain West News Bureau, a collaboration between Wyoming Public Media, Boise State Public Radio in Idaho, Yellowstone Public Radio in Montana, KUER in Salt Lake City and KRCC and KUNC in Colorado.
I often eavesdrop to random voices roaming in the air. Some leave bruises on my eyelids due to the frequent wiping of tears. They have a saddening picture. Others stimulate endless smiles. Some would like to remain unidentified. All in all, I love to narrate stories of the sad, happy and mysterious voices.