Rainmaking … by Alice B. Clagett

Dear Ones,

Here are two videos on Rainmaking. There’s a summary beneath each video:

SUMMARY – RAINMAKING 1 …. 6 May 2016

  • My recent experiences with rainmaking.
  • Would men like to perform rainmaking ceremonies, perhaps?
  • Importance of visualizing precise results: where should the rain fall, how many inches of rain should fall, how many days of rain should there be, what about runoff, what areas and outcomes (such as mudslides and flooding) need to be avoided?
  • How unconscious thoughts, fears and worries can prevent rainfall.
  • What manzanita, a chaparral plant, looks like when its stressed by drought.

SUMMARY – RAINMAKING 2 … 7 May 2016

  • The next day: Signs that it has rained at Chatsworth Reservoir and Sage Ranch in the Los Angeles area
  • How the nature elementals make rain: water elementals (undines) care for the water and air elementals (sylphs and zephyrs) carry the water up to the clouds and round to where the rain must fall
  • What would happen if 10 people in Los Angeles visualized rain when needed?

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

SIGNS OF RAINFALL AT CHATSWORTH NATURE PRESERVE

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ascension, rainmaking, chaparral, manzanita, Sage Ranch, Chatsworth Reservoir, Stunt Road, Cold Creek Canyon Preserve, stressed chaparral, drought, Los Angeles County rain, Chatsworth Nature Preserve, ceremony, nature elementals, zephyrs, sylphs, undines,

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