Archive for May, 2009
I posted earlier today on my blog Trickster Northwest about a woman in Yachats, Oregon, who is on trail for feeding the wild bears that are causing problems in residential areas. It’s alleged her feeding the bears has only caused the bears to be more bold, and less afraid of humans; this has endangered the human population. She’s being charged with “animal harassment,” among other things. Last week, I had some bear synchronicity, as I posted on my blog Women Of Esoterica. I just saw on Coast to Coast’s Ian Punnett’s blog this little item, with pic, on bear watching. So it seems there are bear signals afoot.
Jung believed that animals typically symbolized some aspect of the dreamer. To him, the animal was a way of more or less disassociating one’s self from certain aspects of the personality. This disassociation did not need to be negative – sometimes the Self keeps the best of Itself secret to keep it safe.
For Jung, domesticated and wild animals represented different aspects of the personality. Wild animals were, for Jung, symbolic of the untamed emotional parts of the psyche. So, the key element in interpreting what emotional part of you is being expressed in a bear dream is to focus on what the bear means to you and how your bear dreams make you feel. Do bears represent power? Danger? Fear? Protection? A fierce maternal nature? Only you can answer these questions. ~ Aisling Ireland.
Yesterday, there were trails, and I said to myself “The sky is moving” (well, duh, of course it does) but there was a huge “spliffer” as we call them up there, a bit low, and it was just the way the wind was moving, was moving the entire trail. Not blowing bits of it here and there or blowing it away — just moving it. Eerie effect.
Today though, wowza! The sky was covered in trails; big X’s, checkerboard or squares, and loops. Circles. And, just to top things off, an oily square patch of rainbow colored something or another. The rainbow colored patch was barely visible with the naked eye, but I could see it very well through my huge dorky yellow non-glare sunglasses that fit over my prescription pair. I’ve seen that before a couple of times; one being about eight years ago; there was a huge rectangular oily rainbow patch in the sky; it was so weird people actually were stopping and looking at it. For some reason, there were also a lot of helicopters out that day and just general sky-weirdness.
I took a few images with the digital this evening (shown here) but they’re nothing big; just a few lonely trails still being made up there. The haze is here and you can see remnants of the earlier activity.
On the drive back from McMinnville — we were there for the 10th Annual UFO Festival — to Eugene, we saw a lot of chemtrails. I wished we had the digital out (not too intelligently, it was in the trunk.) Some strange ones too; two that bent down, like an elbow, to the ground, and a third one joined them as I was watching.
Today in Eugene, the sky was full of chemtrials. There was a “chem bow” — an ugly brownish yellowish ring around the sun. I was at work and couldn’t very well just start taking pictures. I did notice however that some people looked up, just staring for a few moments (many of these were children) at the sky. I overheard a few say there was a “rainbow” in the sky.
Looking up, I noticed once again, how damn high up these white planes are. Sometimes they’re so high up they’re almost invisible.
Below are some snaps I took of chemtrails a couple of years ago in Eugene.
A tornado made an appearance a few miles out of Adams in eastern Oregon Wednesday. According to the AP release, the tornado was “1.6 miles long and 40 yards wide,” and caused some damage. A metal roof was blown off a building, 50 gallon drums were picked up and tossed about tree branches and limbs all over the place, and the tornado “drove a wooden plank through a frame building.” Hail “golf ball sized” made its way through vinyl siding.
And a brief, and highly specific mini-hurricane
visited Eugene, Oregon a couple of weeks ago at South Eugene High School. A teacher “dropped to the ground” and ” and said he was “briefly levitated.” And at the nearby Civic Center (Eugene’s small baseball stadium) which practically sits in the back of the high school:
Baseball coach Jeff Oliver said the South Eugene baseball team was at Civic Stadium in the outfield when the strange gust hit. The gust brought down one of the stadium’s advertising boards, landing about 30 feet from the group of players, Oliver said.
No other reports of high weather strangeness were reported, although Eugene supposedly had “a couple of lightning strikes and hail storms in Eugene.” More here.