FROM MAUI, HAWAII
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Travel along Spine of Europe
An Epic Shamanic Pilgrimage for Love and Peace
Clearing European Continental Chakras of Constantine's and Other Warriors' Energies
FAREWELL LETTER - sent out before leaving home
HAIKU, Maui, Sep 27 - Hello, everybody. I suspect that most you are aware by now that Elizabeth and I are about to embark on an epic healing journey. The purpose of the trip is try to to clear the European continental chakras of any residual Constantine and warrior energies (you can read about it in "Travel Along Spine of Europe," Aug 25). We will land in London (via LA) on Sep 30, then drive up to York, where Constantine became Augustus (emperor), to start the clearing journey there. We hope to end it with a special ceremony at Constantine's gravesite in Constantinople (Istanbul) on Oct 11. We then fly to Ireland to attend a seminar, and then back to London.
As someone who has traveled a few million miles around the world, including some hair-raising war zone-type journeys, you could say I've had some exciting trips. But this one takes the cake.
It is probably logistically the most complicated trip that I have ever had to plan. As if the York-to-Istanbul car, train and air journey weren't complex enough, we've had a new twist thrown into it when I learned a week ago that I also needed to go to Delphi, Greece. That's where I had also had a significant former lifetime as a Greek priest at the Oracle. So we had to squeeze Athens/Delphi into our already packed itinerary between Belgrade and Constantinople.
Here's our updated trip plan (see map - right)
A well-wisher told Elizabeth and I last night, "what a great trip! You must be very excited!"
Actually, right now, I feel trepidation more than excitement. Because it will be travel into the unknown - spiritually, not physically. There are no rules there, no maps to guide us, only our intuition and our hearts. I don't know what to expect. I don't know what the outcome will be. I sort of feel like a soldier before a battle, or a pianist before a concert, or an athlete before a crucial game.
Yes, there is excitement in it, of course. But also anxiety. "How will I do? Will it work? Will it help bring about peace? Am I making a fool of myself spending all this money and effort on something like this?" It is something that has never been tried before. Not that I know, anyway.
Then I just remembered the story about what George Mallory said when reporters asked him in 1924 him why he wanted to climb Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world. "Because it's there," he replied.
George failed. He died chasing his dream. But Sir Edmund Hillary made it three decades later. And then said to reporters, "wouldn't Mallory be pleased if he knew about this." His triumph was also George's triumph. And yours. And mine. Because it we are all One. I will need to remember that all through the trip.
I know from past literal and figurative mountain climbing experiences that any fears and doubts will evaporate once the action begins and the adrenalin starts flowing. Still, I also ask for your prayers and good wishes. I will take them with me in my heart.
So that's it. Stay safe and be happy.
INTRODUCTION & CONTEXT
HAIKU, Maui, Sep 27, 2011 - To understand the full context of this extraordinary journey, a new reader needs to check out and contemplate the following revelations that came to be about Constantine, the first Roman Emperor to embrace Christianity and help codify it (see Nicene Creed) into a religion that we still know it today, 1700 years later. The first revelation occurred in late June of this year, at the time of the 40th anniversary of my first wife's death (Betty, who I later intuited was also my first wife Minervina in the Constantine lifetime).
Through a combination of my own intuitions, and that of my Masters-Teachers and other important figures in Constantine's lifetime who are incarnated today, I pieced together this fascinating mosaic of stories (published at my arts and spirituality web site - www.altzar.org ):