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PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2015 11:56 pm
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Very kind words thank you Sunflower 8014 I suppose you noticed that Murielle’s orgonites are ‘combos’ – selenite inside resin (just in case anybody don’t realize that).
This is copied from the Plasterite Affirmation Group page : I’m starting to remind people interested of our ‘date’ for Sunday, 7 p.m. Irish time. Can we return to the lovely affirmation written by Tony Geron for Sunday which is:
‘I wish to see an end to geo-engineering, a return to blue skies, a boost to plasterite/selenite all over the world to achieve this. I call for the HELP of the Elemental Kingdom, for it is their Home as well. In particular, I will Call upon, the Cloud Nation, The Over Soul of the Wild Geese, the Sylphs of the Air, and the All of the Fairy Realm, to Honor and Assist our Prayers, Intentions and Affirmations of Transformation, Elimination, and Purification of our Beloved Earth, Skies and Waters, in our Unity of Love, our Community of Respect. So Mote It Be! AHO!’
Please set your alarms for Sunday. AHO! and HUGS!
A suggestion from our friend Sunflower, if we have it, to hold a piece of plasterite in our hands as we make the affirmation, now why didn’t I think of that? 

We’re going round in beautiful little circles, Ray W saw your collection of his work today and asked me to share them onto his DOR-GONE page, to some nice comments.

I’m attaching a good explanation Tony G gave today of his phrase AHO! after being quizzed by Lady Crystal who was afraid it was linked to the ‘Ho! Ho! Ho! ‘ of Santa (Saturnalia) lol. Good she’s reassured.

Tony says ‘Simply, I used AHO as a greeting…. It comes from the Lakota Sioux Native American Indians, and is part of a larger saying…. Aho Mitakuye Oyasin! I’ll post the meaning of that below, for it is pretty awesome! smile emoticon
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Tony Geron Aho Mitakuye Oyasin… All my relations. I honor you in this circle of life with me today. I am grateful for this opportunity to acknowledge you in this prayer… 

To the Creator, for the ultimate gift of life, I thank you.

To the mineral nation that has built and maintained my bones and all foundations of life experience, I thank you.

To the plant nation that sustains my organs and body and gives me healing herbs for sickness, I thank you.

To the animal nation that feeds me from your own flesh and offers your loyal companionship in this walk of life, I thank you.

To the human nation that shares my path as a soul upon the sacred wheel of Earthly life, I thank you.

To the Spirit nation that guides me invisibly through the ups and downs of life and for carrying the torch of light through the Ages. I thank you.

To the Four Winds of Change and Growth, I thank you.

You are all my relations, my relatives, without whom I would not live. We are in the circle of life together, co-existing, co-dependent, co-creating our destiny. One, not more important than the other. One nation evolving from the other and yet each dependent upon the one above and the one below. All of us a part of the Great Mystery.

Thank you for this Life.
Aho Mitakuye Oyasin is a simple yet profound statement. It comes from the Lakota Nation and means all my relations. It is spoken during prayer and ceremony to invite and acknowledge all relatives to the moment.

To most of us today, relative means a blood relation or another human in the family lineage. We have not been taught that an entity, other than human, could be a relative. Understanding this simple statement and contemplating it, could change your outlook on life forever. If you love and honor your relatives, you would be loving and honoring most of what is on this earth, if you lived by this meaning of “relative.” What a different world we would be living in!

Sit with this statement, see the Truth in it. Everything is related because it all emanates from one source and has purpose. Truth can be found in Native philosophy, Buddhism, Christianity, Judism, Islam, all belief systems, because they are all related. I have studied Buddhism and found Christ. I have studied Native philosophy and found Buddha. I have studied Mother Nature and found self.

Truth does not owe homage to humans. Humans owe homage to Truth.


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