Sunday, June 29, 2008

Beyond Boundaries

Growing up without computers and cell phones taught me and the neighborhood kids how to find hiding places near the creek. We used to write secret messages on paper with lemon juice and then read them late at night under the light bulb. It was such James Bond stuff and then before bed, I would look out my window at the stars and squint my eyes real tight so that the beams would spread far. We'd wake up early every morning to start the game all over again, trying to find each other's secrets. My bedroom had access to the attic from my closet which became the target point in my imagination to go where ever I wanted. It was child's play and I hadn't thought about this until last week when Wendy and I interviewed Nancy and Joe McMoneagle.

They're married, Nancy is an astrologer and Joe worked as a remote viewer for the government. Absolutely amazing people! ( Last year when I met them in Kansas City, Joe was talking about a top secret submarine in Russia that they were able to find even though it was surrounded by eighteen inches of steel. Nancy was talking about the planetary changes that would require borders to fall and a new world emerging. (

Joe is given no prior knowledge of the person or place that he is to find and said anyone can be taught this skill, some better than others. I went to visit my grandma in Mexico once and my husband said he would find me with his mind. I was too busy packing to really take him seriously and besides he had never seen her house plus he was a rooky psychic so I ignored this. That night at 11 pm, I was sharing a room with my aunt and daydreaming about my next nine days without children, woo hoo! When all of a sudden, I heard his voice loud and audible say, "Sandra!" I jumped straight out of bed and my aunt didn't budge. I couldn't believe he had done it and that my aunt didn't hear his voice. How did he do it? Make his voice travel through space and limitless boundary.

Boundary, what a bully word. I felt the sting of that word from such an early age having been slapped across the face by a teacher because I was confusing my Spanish with English.
"You're an American! We speak English here." she shouted. My dad used to drive me down the street to listen to the music that was coming out of the Baptist church but we couldn't go in because we were white and they were black. So we danced in the car and I kept the music in my spirit and cried at night while squinting at stars to spread the beams.

If we can find people with our minds, draw pictures of the places they are around with such accuracy, why would we think that we're safer with borders and boundaries? To become boundless would be so freeing from fear. In Psychic 101, you would be taught to trust your first thought. Second thoughts are of the rational mind and tend to be false. This is true with remote viewing. Joe agreed with me that we need to relax and write whatever comes to mind without over thinking. If we could just understand that this world belongs to all of us by one connecting force, remote viewing would not frighten us but encourage our brotherhood.

Oddly enough, a couple of days before the interview, I had a dream about a man or at least it felt like the presence of a man who patted my head and smiled saying, "you did this as a little girl, you must do it now, stretch the light" and then I saw a huge blue and yellow star. Good news! The world is changing.

1 comment:

  1. Fascinating subject. We're all patterns of energy that exist outside of time and space. I love how you wove your great personal stories with those of the people you interviewed. Cathy Sherman