When I began posting online in 2008, with the blog Opalescent Words (now the book Remembrance), I eventually realized it would be a good idea to also create a blog chronicling my experience and the development of the work I had entered into with the Pleiadian Renegades of the League of Light.
Thus was born Bends of Light. Looking back, it seems like it was a good idea, as my life soon took dramatic turns I never could have expected. Bends of Light became the lens through which I could step back and reflect on what I was encountering, as their liaison. Travel with me through the experience of being the hands, eyes, and voice of the League of Light, and witness the transformation for yourself.
When you’re in the Upside-Down, people in the real world hear you scream. Fans of Stranger Things know whereof I speak. I found this out last night, when I inadvertently found myself in the Upside-Down for real—momentarily—but long enough, thanks. As someone who rarely remembers dreams and more rarely has nightmares, for me this was… novel. I felt creeping evil in the form of a dark figure enter the room, stalking me like an inky-black Nosferatu, then a blanket of grey mist swiftly coming down to cover me, bury me. I don’t think I’ve ever screamed so blood-curdlingly. I’m no stranger to confrontations with demons and shadows. I’ve sent plenty of them on their way to a better world than enslavement to despair in this one. What happened last night doesn’t sound like much of a nightmare, to be honest, but it scared the bejeezus out of me, that’s for sure. My throat still hurts from the screams. Totally Unexpected It was a night like any other. I had had a busy day, made and uploaded a new video (ironically, on the subject of dark shadows), prepped a newsletter, got myriad other things done on the League of Light plane
How is it that we feel both love and pain? Limiting the love you give ultimately leads to some kind of pain. Love is too big for that. The Paradox of Love and Pain A decade ago, contactee Alex Collier famously quoted his Andromedan guide, saying, “The love that you withhold is the pain that you carry.” While some attribute this aphorism to Ralph Waldo Emerson, the truth of the thought encapsulated in these words remains, despite the source, a testament to the human adventure. It illustrates in a nutshell the paradox of how love and pain can, and often do, coexist. This is the basis for many arguments against the primacy of love at all; however, understanding it reveals the simple elegance of its validity. Ways We Experience Pain In a universe of love, how can pain be? Why does love so often lead to hurt? If love is everything, why am I sad? From thoughts such as this are nightmares of separation born, and doubts in the divine. However, think on this: It is in hoarding love, withholding it, keeping it from its natural movement and flow that we feel pain. (NOTE: I’m purposefully limiting this discussion to levels of
From the moment I first encountered the Pleiadian mind, many years ago and far away, I have gone through countless metamorphoses. Both in my personal, interior life and my exterior, public life, the changes have been immense, though stepwise, and guided by something I have long since learned to trust. A slapdash collection of notebooks is testament to the many conversations documenting internal conversions, and in a sense whimsically reflect the changing nature of the communications as I have grown into them. The same is true of the electronic versions of those communications; over the years, my presence on the web as a representative point of transfer and dimensional modulation has grown, evolved, and expanded. From the first moment I decided to move from paper to computer screen, I have never had a doubt as to what the next form was to be. The information dropped into my awareness with crystal clarity, and with a lot of encouragement and self-learning, became what you see here today, as Nine’s Path website. All along the way, I’ve gotten feedback and learned on the fly. From learning how to develop a website to publishing my own books, it’s been a solo operation, as far
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