The last 3 days have been a whirlwind of experiences that have stretched time and space. I have explored the hidden world of Elves, connected to a past life by stepping onto an island, and gridded the land that will hold the future Temple of the Nordic Gods . My feet are sore and my mind is buzzing, and the Spirits are having a good laugh as my Ipad will not charge with the adapter that I brought. So I have connected my Ipad keyboard to my Iphone and sit typing in my room at 9pm. It’s still light by the way. Darkness will not really come here, but Twilight should arrive in a few hours.
On our second day in Iceland we hopped the bus to Hafnarfjodur, which lies about 30 minutes from Reyjkavik. Hafnarfjodur or Fjodur as it is referred to locally is a small city that just so happens to be loaded with Elves, Dwarves, Gnomes, and Hidden Folk. We began our days journey @ the Elfgarden which lies just outside of the city center. It’s important to realize that over 53% of Icelandic people believe in the Hidden Folk and the country has rules to protect their environments. The Elves/Hidden Folk are believed to live in a parallel dimension that is accessed by the large Lava Rocks that are everywhere in the country. The Elfgarden is a park filled with Lava Rocks and yes I did experience Beings there. As a Medium, I not only have the ability to connect to the world of the Dead but also to the Hidden worlds of other Beings. I had many experiences in Hafnarjodur including connecting with Fae Beings in a Elven Chapel. It was a bowl shape of surrounded by Lava Stones. I made my way to the bottom of the bowl, placed my Crystal and spent time Toning (Sacred Singing) to the Elves. I could feel and see them around me. in some ways it felt like I was performing a concert for their behalf. The day was filled with deeply personal experiences, that I will cherish for the rest of my life.
On the 3rd day our group split up for a bit, with my husband and I deciding to make our way to Videy Island, just off the coast of Reyjkavik. Videy Island is a unpopulated Island about 2 miles wide, that is a historical/nature reserve. It has much history, having once housed a settlement, a monastery, belonging to Royalty & many more oddities over the years. I was not expecting much from this journey, other then quiet time away from the city with my Love & was therefore taken completely by surprise.
chairs in the church attic set up for a Healing Circle
While waiting for the Island I ran into a Nun who had taken a vow of silence. Meeting her stood out to me, even though our passing was brief and without words. She picked at my Psychic mind, like I should know her or something. After my brief encounter with the Nun I boarded the Ferry and took the 15 minute trip to the Island. On our arrival we noticed the dock was filled with school children about 7-8 years old who were waiting to take the Ferry back to the mainland. As the Ferry was secured a young girl looked at me and said “What’s your name?” And for a brief moment I didn’t know what to tell her, my own name had left my mind. I finally said that my name was Sali and she told me that her name was Anna.
As soon as I got off the Ferry and stepped onto the land, I almost burst into tears. I was overcome with emotion and knew that I was going to have a profound Psychic Experience. I told my husband that I was overcome by the land and needed to get away from people as it truly is a bit weird to be balling for no apparent reason in public. We made our way to the top of the highest hill where I sat for a moment against a standing stone (a series of standing stones were erected on the Island in the 1990’s). As I sat meditating I knew that I had lived there, without a doubt. I also knew that I had been a Healer and that there was terrible illness on the Island. But I did not think it was a plague. My husband and I eventually made it down to the visitors center of the Island that had information on the Island. We discovered that the Island had been used at one point as an Infirmary. Upon further exploration we entered the Church, which is the oldest Christian Church in Iceland. Upon walking into the Church, I was again overcome with emotion. I cried and cried, knowing that I had sat in those pews many, many time. I experienced clear memories, including the thoughts and emotions that had been mine those distant years ago.
After leaving the church we made our way to the Yoko Ono, Imagine Peace Tower which was also highly emotional and provided another perfect location for my Crystal Grid. It is a powerful monument dedicated to John Lennon and intended to be a Beacon of Peace, with the words ‘Imagine Peace’ written in 24 world languages. I gave a bit more into on this including a internet link on my facebook page.
future Temple of the Norse God-
On the 4th day of our Journey we traveled to the land that would soon hold a Temple to the Norse Gods. It was a powerful experience & perfect timing. When I was told that I needed to visit before the Temple was built, I knew that I was to put a Crystal for my Grid somewhere on the property…that it was to be a part of the Foundation. Well that it will be as the land had been cleared for the foundation, but nothing else had been done yet. The metal fences that would soon prohibit people entering during the building process lay on the ground. Our timing was perfect. The experience was profound. .Sorry for any Typos, I am now down to typing on my phone as my keyboard battery has shit the bed…thanks for Reading Folks.