reply to post by FreeThinkerbychoice
Hiii my fellow Saffrican
Yes i like to spend at least a small amount of time in nature every day,i take my rooibos here,usually,in my wild garden:
Thing is,FTbc,i notice it mostly at night-here in Mpumalanga Province winter is the burning season,everything is brown+dry.That's why in the daytime
i spend a lot of time in my shaded wild place(and making sure it gets enough water,its a green l'il oasis/sanctuary,for meditation,my "church" so
as to speak
Now,the sky used to be ALIVE at night-every year,every season,with winter being a time of more ufo sightings than summer,btw,and an increase in
happenings of a metaphysical nature.But these past 2 months,April and May,when i look up at the sky-it feels "dead" i seldom even see a star twinkle
anymore-like a painted canvas has been draped underneath the "real" sky-don't worry,i know that sounds fruity
I've stopped worrying about
whether i sound like a looney-tune on this site quite a while ago already.Members are welcome to read all my posts and see i'm a down-to-earth
common-sense person if they are interested in perspective re my more ourlandish -sounding statements.
Something Is Different lately.
Not for lack of ufo activity either-i've had 2 sightings so far this year,one of which was seen by my husband also(a more pragmatic down-to-earth
person you would travel far to find,although he is a clairvoyant,and in 17 years has never once been wrong in his assessment of people,either) Also i
have seen a few more inexplicable strange things in the sky-definitely not convential aircraft or lights from conventional aircraft.It helps if you
live out in the Bush in a 3rd world country that has no advanced aircraft programs,or army bases anywhere near,and certainly no army bases that has
anything of such high+new+advanced tech that it could conceivably appear inexplicably strange.I'm sure you know what i mean.And yet,the hubby feels
it keenly too-that indefinable difference.
Nice meeting you,geniet jou dag/aand