Aurora — View from the Observation Deck — Part I

Today we continue our visit to Aurora as we get an overview of this 5D City of Light from the Observation Deck. If you missed the first episode “Welcome to Aurora,” you can catch it here.  The second installment “Entering Aurora” can be viewed here.

This is a work in progress — not just the envisioning of Aurora but the very process of visioning itself. There are so many aspects to describe and I will not be the only one describing. Many will lend their own imaginings and dreamings to my beginnings. Each piece will come alive and provide a unique segment of the complete picture. Together we will bring Aurora into form and one day very soon we will feel Her embrace welcoming us Home. Now, please enjoy this week’s installment.

Image from Google

Image from Google

Whether you are a first time visitor or a long time resident of Aurora, you will never tire  of the views from the Observation Deck. Located at the base of the Golden Spire, it slowly rotates, so that a most marvelous overview of the surrounding land can be seen in all 360 degrees  — just by standing or sitting still.  Or you can stroll the promenade, if you wish to see everything more quickly.

Many evenings I have gone up to watch the setting sun (we still refer to it as Sunset, even though we all know that it is Gaia that is turning away from our local source and supply of warmth and light.) Watching the subtle changes in color and light as Sol shares his last rays over the land and water, the shadows lengthening, the tones deepening — it is a solemn, sacred experience I cherish and carry in my heart each time, until I return for the next one. The openness on the Deck —  the sense of flight I get by being so high above the land and so embraced by the air currents, allows me to release my spirit to sour into the ethers and to drop any lingering thoughts that might still cloud my mind.

Sometimes I recline in a deck chair, a beautiful enlivening drink in hand and visit with another witness of this evening ritual. On occasion, I am privileged to encounter a traveler from a distant Star Nation, perhaps one who is visiting for the first time. We sit in companionable silence for long moments, inter-spersed with telepathic comments, so as not to disturb the hush that falls upon Aurora at this hour.  For this is an hour of magic, sacredness and glory that we each honor in our own ways,  giving thanks for the blessings of the day, before shifting into the more celebratory mood of the evening.

Many families gather to watch the sunset before returning home to dine and share the details of their day with one another. Or perhaps, they will dine out tonight or attend a concert or play, if such is being offered. Family time is considered sacred and precious, so most of our citizens choose to return home in the evening and enjoy the company of those whom they hold most dear.

Dawn is also a popular time for people to greet the Sun from the Observation Deck. Looking to the east, the Great Sol rises out of the lush River Valley which we call Echadon, meaning Life Giving. The valley is wide and fertile — so many diverse plants and animals thrive there. And each of them also greets our Sun from their valley home. I will give more details of the plants and creatures in future installments. For now, let me say that we share the Land of Gaia with all manner of extraordinary conscious beings who help us to understand Great Nature from their perspective.

To see the first rays of the Sun streaming — beaming — gleaming — over the horizon to meet your eyes on the Observation Deck is a thrill one remembers for lifetimes. All the power and glory of the new day explodes into your heart, claiming your undivided attention instantly. For a long moment of NOW one is immersed in Source — in Presence — in AWE.

Photo Credit: Bryan Hill

No one speaks — not even a telepathic whisper. At that moment there is only The ONE — The ALL — The I AM PRESENCE. Thus we begin our day from a higher perspective.

Sunset and Sunrise are ritual times to welcome and appreciate our days in Aurora, on Sacred Gaia. But anytime you come up to the Observation Deck you will be richly rewarded. In the full light of day the views are spectacular.  Our vision being so keen now in the 5th, we can see for hundreds of miles in all directions. Watching the ocean liners dock, the Starships arrive, the much smaller Family Travel Modules that have made “vacationing” oh-so-easy for small groups of friends and loved ones — one sees all these vessels of transportation sharing the airways with flocks of colored birds, festive balloons and even exotic flying creatures thought to be extinct from long-ago historical times. Yes Pterodachtyls and Pegasus still exist — AND you can fly on one of them, if you ask nicely.

Majestic Mountains

Majestic Mountains

To the north an immense mountain range rises beyond the rolling foothills of Echadon. Snow-capped, their majestic peaks capture clouds, as well as the beautiful colors of the morning and evening sunlight. On their slopes grow the stately evergreens of every variety known on Gaia, as well as plantings brought from distant galaxies. Gaia has once again become a Living Library, a sacred planet, where samples of All Life are treasured and stored for all Beings to delight in and interact with. There are lovely retreats and temples in these mountains, and many of our guests use Aurora as a “base camp” on their way to these places of pilgrimage. Pilgrims often go on foot,while staying in these retreats, as it is one of the greatest pleasures to walk barefoot directly on the soil and grass of Gaia. No offense to the cushiony marble walkways of Aurora but there is nothing that can compare with the sensation of touching one’s bare skin to the skin of Our Beloved Mother. Hillsides carpeted with flowers, mountain meadows filled with birds and butterflies, bubbling brooks bounding down a steep slope and the AIR — the richest — purest — softest — most fragrant air you will ever breathe anywhere on any planet in any UNIVERSE. How far we’ve come, Dear Ones. How very far we’ve come!

Looking Down the Echadon Valley Toward the Lemurian Sea

Looking Down the Echadon Valley Toward the Lemurian Sea
Credit: Google

To the east is Echadon, the broad River Valley of Life. The Great River flows steadily westward to the Lemurian Sea. Along the way it sings, it dances, it plays, it ambles, it rumbles, it rushes. Echadon is bordered on the south by gently sloping hills that eventually become drier as they ultimately give way to the Southern Desert. But let’s savor the beauty and romance of Echadon, as seen from the great height of the Observation Deck. As its name implies, Echadon is teaming with life. The trees in this environment are the marvelous big-leafed ones that grow in the more temperate environments. They do not drop their leaves here but they do turn those outrageous colors we all loved in many parts of our former world during the season we used to call “autumn.” As nothing dies on Gaia, the leaves stay attached, unless they choose to “give themselves” to the plant eaters in the valley as food. This is by agreement and all life is honored and respected, so there is continual appreciation between species — those who eat and those who give up their lives to become food. Great herds graze on the grassy plains, the gentle sloping hills and the steeper foothills leading to the northern mountains. All animals have become (or returned to being) vegetarians, so no longer do the former prey animals flee from their former predators. Therefore, you will see lions and zebras grazing next to one another, and humans sharing trails and water holes with all manner of creatures without fear or any kind. In fact, travelers and local residents enjoy the opportunity to interact and converse with these highly intelligent and highly conscious beings, who have joyfully agreed to reside here as part of the Living Library, rather than return to their native planets. However, looking down from the Deck, these intimate encounters are not part of your experience, rather you are struck by the great variety and harmony of All Life that calls Echadon Home.

To Be Continued Next Thursday

Once again I would like to acknowledge five major sources of Galactic and Celestial information that have greatly assisted me in “remembering” some of what our future may hold.

1) Barbara Marciniack — specifically, her books Bringers of the Dawn and Earth

2) Suzy Ward — author of the Matthew Books and scribe for Messages from Matthew

3) Mike Quinsey — scribe for messages from SaLuSa of Sirius

4) Sheldon Nidle — spokesperson for the Galactic Federation

5) Dr. Suzanne Lie — scribe for messages from the Arcturians

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8 thoughts on “Aurora — View from the Observation Deck — Part I

  1. Alia, what a wonderful spiritual exercise of realizing our potential futures in Aurora! It sounds like paradise and we are free to create our collective realities harmoniously. What a joy. ❤

    • It is a paradise, Maddy — one we are co-creating here on Earth. We are bringing Heaven to Earth with the simple process of our collective imaginations. Thank you so much for being a part of this Grand Project. Love, alia

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