A day trip to knights Ferry

We had not been there in a while and we love so much to walk the park before going to the 50’s diner.

As we walked I got fascinated with the rock wall and about fitting different sized stones together to create something beautiful.



As we walked to the small STONE building we noticed that each stone was so different but the builder knew how to fit them together masterfully. I felt as Pam caressed the wall that she was dreaming of home. For I too was fantasizing of creating a home like this and so I said I know what You are thinking and she spoke up “Yes, I am asking permission of the Spirit to live in this house. I then told her of how I had written before of this house and the cornerstone


Cornerstone sets the pattern for what is being built.

Reference: http://oroborusforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=7586&highlight=cornerstone

And http://oroborusforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=6297&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0



Make something out of found or discarded things

As I had the synch inside about make something out of it dreaming of how I used to furnish my home by creating something out of what I found. Pam spoke and said “look at this field”

It was a field of stones such as each of You are stones. As we allow the synergy of each other without judgment we will see how the Spirit will join each of us in mutual intent with one another.



Vultures were at the top of this steep hill.


Golgotha is a steep road lined with Liars and Thieves

There fore there is coming a point that will not allow anyone to hide behind a veil

But the intention for life will be a True Passion



The cornerstone is the enthusiasm that sets out to build the house, it s the true Spirit that knows the pattern. It is the seed which is a cell in the building.


Regarding the old Interpretations “Jesus said to him, "Do you see these large buildings? Not one of these stones will be left on top of another. Each one will be torn down." So it is not that the stones will be destroyed but that the builder tear down the hand made temple (interpretation) to build according to how the Spirit is able to fit together the stones.