Mosteenya – ‘Greensleeves’ – A Sprite Named ‘Gad’ – and Hopi Ancestral Spirits … by Alice B. Clagett

Revised; originally published on 7 September 2014 

  • Overview of the Video
  • Video by Alice
  • Summary of the Video
    • Greensleeves, through Mosteenya
    • Gad, the Mormon Child

Dear Ones,


In this video I’m channeling my Star Nations friend Mosteenya and doing my best with the old English ballad “Greensleeves.” There’s a wayside marker about the Dominguez Escalante Expedition, and photos from the San Juan National Forest in Colorado and Homol’ovi State Park in Arizona.

There’s a little about a conversation with a young sprite named Gad, who in the 19th century lived with his parents at Sunset, the Mormon settlement on the Little Colorado River (now within Homol’ovi State Park). Gad was only 9 years old when he passed. He said his folks called him Gad because he was like a gadfly, but I think they might have had another reason as well, as he seemed such a gentle, good young man.

I could tell he loved his father very much, and couldn’t understand why he had left him there. He didn’t know that the settlement was abandoned because of droughts and floods. Said he had had never seen so many babies die… I guess he was talking about the infants buried in the cemetery. I tried to help Gad on toward the light, but I guess it was just not yet his time to turn there.

I also spoke with the Hisat’sinom (the “long-ago people”), the spirits of the Hopi ancestors, who guard that land. They were many. They couldn’t understand why the Mormon settlement would move away and leave the remains of their own who had passed behind. I explained that Gad was just a child, and asked that they help his spirit find rest, and they agreed. They are puzzled by our lack of understanding of these very basic things.

Let’s all say a little prayer for the sprites that have yet to turn to their spirit guides and to the beautiful astral light. May that moment of joy come soon for each of them!

There’s a Summary after the video …



Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice.

I’m in a national forest, and I think there are wild cattle around here. So I’m not sure how long I’m going to be able to continue like this…

I thought I’d try channeling Mosteenya (from Lyra, once leader of the Galactic Council), who is a star elder and a friend of mine. But I’m not so sure how well this is going to turn out. We’ll see…

Greensleeves, through Mosteenya

Alas, my love, you do me wrong
To cast me off discourteously,
When I have loved thee so long,
Delighting in thy company.

Greensleeves was all my joy,
Greensleeves was my delight,
Greensleeves was my heart of gold,
And who but my Lady Greensleeves.

Alas, my love, you do me wrong
To cast me off discourteously,
When I have loved thee so long,
Delighting in thy company.

Greensleeves was my heart of gold,
Greensleeves was my delight,
Greensleeves was my only love,
And who but my Lady Greensleeves.

The instrumental “Greensleeves” that follows that is by Howie Mitchell and Ruth Meyer, CC BY 3.0 US

Gad, The Mormon Child

A few days ago I had a talk with a sprite named Gad at the Mormon Cemetery at Homol’ovi State Park in Arizona. He was confused and a little lost. Said he was 9 years old, and so many babies had died at the Mormon settlement there. He had never seen so many.

I explained he had also passed on. He was upset his father had left him there; wasn’t sure where he wanted to be. Maybe with Saint Joseph, he thought.

I gathered it’s not his time to turn to the light quite yet. My heart went out to him. What can I say? It’s a time of some confusion in 4D right now. Let’s say a prayer of blessing for him and his family.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

Video: flute music “Raven Medicine” by Byron Metcalf:  ..


Dominguez Escalante Expedition:

Homol’ovi State Park:


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ancestors, astral planes, music, Byron Metcalf, Dominguez Escalante Expedition, Greensleeves, Hisat’sinom, Homol’ovi State Park, Latter Day Saints, Mormons, Mosteenya, Native American music, Raven Medicine, San Juan National Forest, sprites, the long-ago people, ghosts, Gad, ancestral spirits, native americans, songs,

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