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One Spot of Beauty, In a Gray World

When the Beauty of Life Clings onto Life Itself,

Photo of Fireweed
Fireweed (Epilobium augustifolia), Photo taken: Nov 8th, 2015


We may need a little inspiration to continue doing, that which we feel needs to happen. Life, with all of its challenges and hardships, is also full of anticipation, expectation, curiosity, and the limitless number of possibilities and potentialities. It is all the more reason, worth exploring Life to its every moment. Even a path, traveled only inch-by-inch, will eventually be able to tell the world, that at least someone, has taken the travel, into unfamiliar territory. It is an experience recorded, for others to see, reflect, and also be inspired to carry on, with their own paths of exploration.

There is no “handbook” nor manual on Life. Nor is there any “roadmap” on which path or turn to take, and of when. Each and every Path, is an individual’s own “Sacred Moment of Reflection”. Each and every crossroad, a point of decision. Each and every step, a movement towards the goal, a nuance, or a progress towards an ultimate understanding of who and what we are, and of who or what we may become. It is a Path worth the travel, even with its ruts, stones, and other hazards. It is THAT state of Being in Motion, Here and Now, that we begin to realize our Path, is our own!

THIS is worth a Life experienced, because it is a Life well-lived, no matter where, when, or how we came to it. THAT is the eternal beauty of Life, with all of its “unknowns”.

Rev. Dragon’s Eye,
Founder and Chief-Elder Dragon of the Temple,

Natural Immunity – 8-Plus Natural Antibiotics for The Immune System.

8 natural antibiotics for the immune system

by Christina Sarich   Posted on Natural Society,   November 11, 2013 Christina Sarich  spices assortment1 263x164 Natural Immunity: 8+ Natural Antibiotics to Replace the Pharmaceuticals for Good 
The overuse of antibiotics has become a modern-day epidemic. These drugs have depleted our natural immunity by killing the good bacteria in our guts and also creating super-bugs that have become resistant to almost any form of prescribed drug around. Instead of making yourself weaker, and depleting your body’s natural ability to cure itself from any number of ailments, try utilizing natural foods and herbs to ditch the Big Pharma meds for good.
Here are 8+ foods which harness natural antibiotic properties:

1 . Astragalus – An adaptogen, meaning it is an overall tonic for the body, astragalus has been used for thousands of years in Chinese medicinal practices to boost the immune system and counteract physical, mental, and emotional stress. Research has shown that it can be very effective at treating colds, protecting the liver, and keeping viruses at bay.

2 . Onions – This great tasting food is both antibacterial and antiseptic. If a person were to suck on a raw onion, it is thought that the healing components of the food could suck the disease right out of them. You can even place some cut up onions in your kitchen to protect against unwanted bacteria to keep your whole house healthy. When mixed with lime juice and a few other natural constituents, onions were even shown to eradicate antibiotic resistant Escherichia coli. Check out some other health benefits of onions here.

3 . Cabbage – One of the cruciferous vegetables, cabbage has anti-microbial properties which can kill all kinds of diseases naturally. The antibiotic properties of cabbage are increased once it has been fermented as well. So eat your sauerkraut, or better yet, make your own.

4 . Honey – Although honey has always been used to fight off infection, scientists have just recently identified one secret ingredient in honey that makes it a natural antibiotic because it kills unwanted bacteria. It’s a protein called defensin-1 which bees add to honey when they make it. It does what it sounds like too – makes your immune system a full defense against disease.

5 . Fermented Vegetables – Reseeding your gut with good microbes, which can be found in just about all fermented vegetables, can keep your immune system on full-tilt. If you haven’t already heard, your gut health accounts for about 80% of your overall immunity to disease, so putting the good bacteria back in is essential.

6 . Cinnamon – Sometimes called a ‘lethal’ natural antibiotic, cinnamon has been used medicinally for ages. Pure, real Ceylon cinnamon can even stop E.Coli in its tracks, a stubborn bacteria that causes many diseases. Experts at Kansas City State University found that not only does cinnamon act as a natural antibiotic, it is so full of antioxidants that it helps to boost the immune system in numerous ways.

7 . Sage – This herb is a wonderful natural solution for upper respiratory system issues. It can also help with stomach ailments, reduce fever naturally, and help with the common cold and flu.

8 . Thyme – Both thyme leaf and thyme oil are very effective natural antibiotics. A compound in thyme oil called thymol is also anti-microbial, anti-fungal and anti-protozoal properties.

There are other natural antibiotics out there too. They include:
  • Rosemary
  • Coriander
  • Dill, mustard seed
  • Anise
  • Basil
  • Lemon balm
  • Wild Indigo
  • Echinacea
  • Olive leaf
  • Turmeric
  • Pau D’ Arco
  • Cayenne pepper
  • Colloidal silver
  • Grapefruit seed extract
  • Garlic
  • Ginger
  • Oregano oil

With such a large offering from mother nature to treat ailments naturally, with all of their vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients to boot, why would we ever choose pharmaceuticals? These natural remedies also cost pennies per day to either grow or purchase and take as preventative medicine.


– Rev. Dragon’s Eye:

Time to seriously contemplate what we are going to do with the coming “End of The Age of Antibiotics”. As Hippocrates once stated:

Let Thy Food Be Thy Medicine,
And Thy Medicine Be Thy Food.

Over 98% of all health problems, illnesses, and “dis-eases” are DIETARY-RELATED. This is just plain commonsense! Dr. Linus Pauling had it right, BOTH TIMES.

– Rev. Dragon’s Eye,
Founder and Chief-Elder of the Temple,


The Dance to the End of Time – A Prayer to Theli.

Oh Ancient Theli,
Oh Gracious and Wise Theli,
The One of the Primacy,
One Who Commands The Forces,
A Sacred Song, Sung to Thee,
A Sacred Prayer, Succored to Thee,
Be-eth They, From Within Thine Spirit,
To All, Shall They Be Made Known!
From the Dance of The Thirteen,
Through The Twelve Ages, Round,
And of The Two, Who Make Their Mark,
That Spells the End of Time.
– Ne’Shæ Daasha.
Rev. Athauliz “Dragon’s Eye” Firestorm

I’ll leave the guesswork of the numerology and significant meanings to your imagination. There ARE several meanings here, findable by those who are alert and have read some of my past writings. >;=))====


I do not yet have the graphic to go with this prayer, as it would be fairly illustrative.


The “Ring of Thirteen” (The Thirteen Primal Powers of The Dragons).

The Thirteen Primal Powers of The Dragons.

In studying Isedon Goldwing’s Dragon Runes (to be found at: www.dragon-runes.com/Wiki),

I searched for several years for the meaning of the Thirteen Dragons, and their possible relationship with the “Council of the Thirteen Dragons”. This was a thought and an idea that puzzled me for years as I knew there was an explanation to all of it.

It wasn’t until a few weeks ago, as I was pondering the next entries into my Shamanism Journal (my upcoming “Holy Book”), when I had an Epiphany: The Thirteen Dragon Powers were represented by the first thirteen of the Dragon Rune (from the order they were given by Br. Goldwing)! So I went about mapping them out, and finding their specific power or elemental strength – if there was one to be known. This arrangement worked out perfectly as the last nine of the first group of thirteen Dragon Runes represented the Nine Elemental Clans of Dragons.

  1. Ratanen – The Chaotic mists,
  2. Drakani – The Dragon-Goddess (Tiamat),
  3. Sha’oren – The Flowing Knowledge,
  4. Ihanen – The Forging of Dreams,
  5. Ma’erhen – The Clan of Spirit,
  6. Ra – The Clan of the Primal Waters (Water),
  7. Liwaen – The Clan of the Coldness of Darkness (Darkness and Shadow),
  8. Li – The Clan of the Primal Fires (Fire),
  9. Li’aan – The Clan of the Great Light (Light),
  10. Mah – The Clan of Raging Storms (Winds),
  11. Ninathan – The Forest Clan (Nature, Life, and Growth),
  12. Thaan – The Clan of the Mountains (Earth)
  13. Waethan – The Crystal and Stone Clan (Crystal).

Each one lends its own power to the beginnings of Creation. Each one provides the basis in which all things are formed.

The Ring of Thirteen and the Tree of Life:

The Order in which the Dragon-Runes are placed upon “The Tree”:

  1. Ratanen – The Ein Soph Aur,
  2. Drakani – The Ein Soph,
  3. Sha’oren – The Ein,
  4. Ihanen – Kether,
  5. Ma’erhen – Chokhmah,
  6. Ra – Binah,
  7. Liwaen – Chesed,
  8. Li – Geburah,
  9. Li’aan – Tiphareth,
  10. Mah – Netzach,
  11. Ninathen – Hod,
  12. Thaan – Yesod,
  13. Waethan – Malkuth.

Ma’erhen, Ra, and Li’aan also form the basis of what I have found to be the startling revelation of the “Sacred Eye of the Dragon” (within the area called Da’ath, in the midst of the Abyss). – This will be followed up in another writing. – These three Dragon Runes also represent what I have referred to as the Three Primal Elements – to symbolize The Great Divine Mind (Air/Winds), The Primal Seas of Chaos (Water), and The Great Heavenly Light (Fire).

The Song of The Ring of Thirteen:

Thirteen Be-eth They,
The Primary Powers are They,
The Pre-Eminences, Universal are They,
They are of the First Ring.

Their Powers, Forged together by the Gods,
Their Eminences, Graced in the Beauty of the Goddesses,
Their Ways, Known to All who beheld Them,
For They, Are the Forge of All Things.

Rev. Athauliz “Dragon’s Eye” Firestorm,
Founder and Chief-Elder Dragon,
Temple of The Ancient Dragons

Now WHO owns all life? A Commonsense Perspective.

How can one “OWN” any life or even entire species???

Hello everyone!

I would like to take this moment to ponder and reflect on a very dear issue to me, and perhaps the many others who have taken the time to similarly ponder this thought:

So, exactly WHO has the right to claim ownership of the very essence of life, be it a gene, a trait, or – an entire species, by any definition?

My own answer would be, the One who created all of this, from the very beginning of Time!

I have studied this issue and the “legal case-law aspect” surrounding it for a number of years. My main interest was in examining this issue from the point of view as a Naturalist, Spiritual-Pagan (not of the “new-age” philosophy, either), an amateur herbalist, and keen observer of Nature. I possess no degree nor any certifications of what I have learned. I have no “official title” or “recognition” for any past work I have done. I am just an ordinary “nobody”, a human being with a desire to live a life of truth, and be able to teach the life experiences I have gained to others who may follow after me.

It should be “commonsense” that Nature provided what was needed, in perfect balance and measure, for the creation and continuation of life in this world. Everything that came to us naturally, came as a sacred gift and as something to live on and live by. The Sun was given so that there would be “day” along with warmth and to know the year. The Moon was given so that we would know when in the year our seasons arrived.

The trees, herbs, fungi, and all other were given as food and medicine ( often both being the same – as stated by Hippocrates ), shelter and materials for our homes, materials for our tools, and for fuels for our heat and cooking. They were already created, perfectly-suited for our needs and wants, before the advent of modern genetic-sciences. Our kind learned to breed the best to the best ( husbandry ) as Nature gave us so many different traits and affects that we could use to improve what we wished to grow, without tampering inside the workings of these genes. Nature made them as most-perfectly suitable for the uses they were to be employed.

Those times, when we stayed in harmony with Nature and enjoyed her fruits and abundance, saw that we had plenty for all. There were no “shortages” to the extent that we see now. The traditional agriculture was developed, often by trial and error, over the course of many thousands of years – again, long before the modern genetic-sciences. We learned how to get the best from our crops by planting at the right times, watering them the right way and when they need it most, and feeding them ( and the soil ) that which Nature intended to be returned to the Earth anyway. We also learned to plant more than one kind of crop together. A garden, field, and anyplace expected to yield a bountiful harvest later in the season, needed to be planted as a “community” – so that each kind may be some help to each other. Just as a healthy forest is not all of only one kind of tree, a garden or a field should not be only of one kind of planting.

The rotating of crops and planting cycles, from year to year, served to “heal” the soil and let it rest, on occasions, so that it becomes once again viable and ready to help yield a bountiful harvest. This was a time-honored practice for thousands of years, and for countless generations of people. This was also done in many other areas of the world. So what happened to continuing a process that really worked?

These days,

We see starvation, worldwide, on a scale unheard of by anytime else in human history. We see far more sicknesses and illnesses, especially of those illnesses that were almost unheard of in the old days! The more “advanced” we supposedly get in our farming, medicines, and our other sciences, in general, the sicker we all seem to get. This should not be the case if all of these advances in knowledge, science, and general habits are supposed to “improve the quality of human life”! Somewhere, we must have gone wrong.

The biggest problem I see today:

We have allowed our society’s values to be based purely on “materialism”. We look around us and see that everything has its “price”. Okay. Who determines the price we should pay, especially if it is for a necessity or need. We all need fresh, clean water to drink. If we do not drink enough water, and allow ourselves to dehydrate for a mere two days ( for some, it may be considerably less time ), we will surely die. We all need to eat naturally-pure, nutritious food. If we do not eat, we starve and may survive a couple of weeks, at best. We all need fresh, clean air. Oxygen-depravation takes only a few short minutes to kill. So what happens when one or more of these needs are held captive to a “price” that many may not be able to pay? Are we saying that those who can least afford the “price” should be left to die?

As anyone “in business” should know quite well,

The main object of business is to “turn a profit”. Normally, more rational and sane people would see this being fine – if those profits were earned honestly and by doing a great benefit to the community in the process. A business would not stay “in business” if it were not profitable. However, what about those businesses who profit by selling a product of questionable benefits while also insisting to the public, Don’t worry about it. “WE certify it as safe!”? What if the businesses were exploiting other people by under-paying them for their labors, and forcing them to work in very poor work-conditions? What if these businesses were actively-lobbying the lawmakers to alter the laws to their favor, while taking from the people their right to expect accountability from these supplier-businesses? What if these businesses worked to completely control their respective markets, so that they could “name their prices”, way beyond any reasonable market price for those needs? What if these businesses, upon discovery that their products were in fact harmful and very dangerous towards the health of the users, chose to hide all of this knowledge from the people, – even to the point of harming and/or killing anyone within who may “spill the beans”? – Are these the beneficial practices, to our communities, that should be rewarded by outlandish “profits”? Even so, how did these businesses get the idea that they “own” the life that they supposedly “created”?

To tie-up to the conclusion of this writing:

I feel that many who have taken up the battle against genetically-engineered food, and its being virtually “forced down our throats”, may be missing the key, important part of this whole issue: “The privatization by corporatization of our natural world and all that comes with it.” We have seen many small-family farms and smaller agricultural businesses pushed out of existence by these bio-genetics companies. The “court system” has continued to rule in favor of the largest corporations on the basis of “intellectual property rights” and perceived violations thereof, by the mere possession of a plant or organism that just happened to have one or more of these “trademarked genes”. Regardless of whether this genetic pollution was deliberate on the part of the farmer, or a deliberate “poisoning” of the farmer’s properties by “agents” of the corporation, the courts have consistently levied huge fines and judgments on the smaller party. This is an unconscionable abuse of our legal system and of our patent system. It is also very destructive to the natural order of things as well as a great danger to the biological diversity that this world depends on.

With the “discovery” of the ability of some GMOs to proliferate into the wild, on their own,

This represents a very grave threat to our entire ecosystem, and what I call an “environmental disaster waiting to happen”! What comes next? Are the bio-genetics corporations going to say they own all of the trees in our forests, all of the fish in our rivers and streams, or all of the birds in our air? Will they attempt to say that because these other beings now contain or have eaten enough of their patented products, that they themselves belong to the corporation? Where does it all end? The very day that all life “belongs” to a handful of corporations, will be the day that humanity and all life on this world are doomed! All will be held captive to the “almighty corporation” so that it may “profit”, handsomely. We then are not much further from our right to live being conditioned to if we can pay their “asking” prices.

Just as the old natives once quipped: ” How can one own a tree, a mountain, or a river? “

That question is still valid today. Just how can anyone claim ownership of entire genome, all by the sake of a few cut-and-pasted genes? Would this not be considered the same as plagiarism of Nature’s ( or God’s ) handiwork? After all, modern genetic sciences have yet to prove they can create, from scratch, any kind of genetic material that will become an actual life. They merely are “cut-and-pasting” genes from one kind to another! This should not be considered patentable by any stretch of commonsense and right reasoning. Besides, virtually every time mankind has tried to “improve” upon Nature, he has only succeeded in ruining and destroying what Nature already gave us all that was in perfect condition to begin with. Our “modern medicine” already, is becoming more apparent an abject failure. Our “crop-sciences” is an abject failure. Our “new” social systems of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries are abject failures. Our “new” education system is fast approaching the obvious: An abject failure. Our religious systems like the Catholic Church, Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Wicca, and most of the “new-age” systems are, themselves, abject failures.

Maybe it is time to go back to learning how our more-successful ancestors did things?

They had very few large-scale “wars”, if any. The people were most likely healthier and happier (especially those who lived far away from the cities). The people, then, had greater appreciation for all the things they had around them, to include their animals, crops, and everything Nature (or God) provided them – in abundance. There was no need for politicians, lawyers, attorneys, and all the policing we have in abundance now. The people also sought out their own meanings of what it is to “live”. Most of all, the people had respect and reverence for everything and everyone. All life was sacred to them. All things provided by Nature and by those who were skilled craftsmen in the workings of natural products were appreciated and respected. The ultimate craftsman was the One who gave the breath of life to all things we take for granted. If we went back to the principles that once worked well, without having to sacrifice the truly good advancements we have made in the modern age, we could return the world to a better place for all to live in.


GMO is NOT the way to go there! GMOs are the slavers’ tools to wield too great a power upon the people. Nature was an equalizer by many different magnitudes. Corporate-fascism disrupts the “playing field” by tilting the rules of the game to its favor, and to those it favors.

I speak to all of you as a Pagan minister and a Spiritual man.

The time has come to reassess what we think of in terms of our our natural world. The Health of It has direct bearing on our own personal health, to include that of our physical, our mental, our emotional, and our spiritual health. This is OUR WORLD, too! It belongs to all who inhabit it as a function of Nature and Nature’s God. To see the gradual and steady privatization of our natural world into a few wealthy hands, is to see the eventual destruction of everything we know and hold dear. Even humanists and self-proclaimed atheists must come to terms with the commonsense answers that must be revealed when taking a closer look into the “private commercialization” of everything. When it is the wealthy few who own everything, by whatever trickery and legalisms they may employ, it is WE, The People who end up the losers of everything!

Rev. Dragon’s Eye

” Now, will the REAL Pagans, please stand up and be counted? “

About Shamanism – Ancient Healing

From: Shamanic Healing,
www . freewebs . com / shamanism

 So what is shamanic healing then?

Shamanic healing is one of the vast numbers of healing modalities available for us to experience today. Like acupuncture, its roots are in the mists of time and like acupuncture it works with unseen energy. Acupuncture is usually associated with the East, while there have been shamanic healers for thousands of years in tribal communities all around the world.

Is this something that can help me with today’s problems?

There are also many contemporary practitioners of this ancient healing art.
Traditionally a shaman was someone who was able to communicate with the spirits and visit other realities with their own spirit allies. This is still the case in modern shamanism.

How does it work ?

A shamanic practitioner will use a drum or rattle to access an altered state of consciousness. In this altered state she is able to enter the lower world, the middle world or the upper world which are the unseen other realities. Here in the other worlds she journeys with her power animal and helpers to ask for healing for whoever has requested her services.

What does a shamanic healer see as the cause of life’s difficulties and challenges?

Shamanic healing is about energy, and typically the shamanic practitioner sees lack of health and well being on any level as being about loss of energy in some form.

Can you explain more about Soul Loss?

Trauma, stress, abuse and serious accident at any time in one’s life can result in loss of life force, vital energy or essence which is known as ‘soul loss’.

In order to survive seriously challenging situations a soul part leaves the individual and takes refuge in one of the other worlds, taking with it some of the life force. It does this to assist overall survival.

However, it often results in depression, apathy, inability to move on after a loss or death or problems with the immune system. It is the job of the shamanic healer to track down this soul part in the other worlds, to offer it healing and reassurance and to invite it to return and bring back its positive qualities.

This is known as ‘soul retrieval’

And what about Power Loss?

Another issue addressed by the modern day shamanic healer is that of ‘power loss.’

Power loss is widespread and may be caused by confrontation, exams ill health, unrelenting problems, lack of community support, erosion of self- esteem, stressful family circumstances or manipulative relationships. Without our inherent vitality and connection to the cosmic web we become dis-empowered, dejected and dispirited. The shamanic solution is for the healer to journey to the lower world to retrieve the individual’s power animal. Power then returns along with the ability to approach life more confidently and deal with the challenges it presents.

The ancient practice of shamanic healing is alive and well and is very useful for an individual who recognizes any of the symptoms referred to. It can support therapy or counseling when it feels as if an impasse has been reached. It is also useful for a personal development coach to have a shamanic practitioner on their referral list as a individually tailored shamanic sessions to retrieve soul parts and/or a power animal will give the individual more energy and incentive to design and work towards life goals.

Evolving Generations
Breaking Family Cycles

It is easy to believe that in leaving our childhood homes and embarking upon the journey of adulthood, we have effectively removed ourselves from harmful and self-perpetuating familial patterns. In looking closely at ourselves, however, we may discover that our behaviours and beliefs are still those that were impressed upon us during our youth by our parents, grandparents, and the generations that preceded them.

We may find ourselves unconsciously perpetuating cycles of the previous generations, such as fear of  not having enough, not showing affection, and secrecy patterns. Yet the transmission of negative patterns from one generation to the next is not inevitable. It is possible to become the endpoint at which negative family cycles that have thrived for generations are exhausted and can exert their influence no longer.

Breaking the pattern is a matter of overcoming those values imprinted upon us long ago in order to replace them with pure love, tolerance, and conscious awareness.

Even if you have struggled with the cumulative effects of family cycles that were an expression of established ways of living and a reflection of the strife your ancestors were forced to endure, you can still liberate yourself from the effects of your family history. The will to divest yourself of old, dark forms of familial energy and carry forth a new loving energy may come in the form of an epiphany. You may one day simply realize that certain aspects of your early life have negatively affected your health, happiness, and ability to evolve as an individual. Or you may find that in order to transcend long-standing patterns of limiting beliefs, irrational behavior, and emotional stiltedness, you have to question your values and earnestly examine how your family has impacted your personality. Only when you understand how family cycles have influenced you can you gain freedom from those cycles.

To truly change, you must give yourself permission to change. Breaking family patterns is  not an act of defiance or betrayal. It is important that you trust yourself implicitly when determining the behaviors and beliefs that will help you overwrite the generation-based cyclical value system that limited your individual potential. Many people are on the earth at this time to break family cycles, for all of you are true pioneers. In breaking negative family cycles, you will discover that your ability to express your feelings and needs grows and that you will embark upon a journey toward greater well-being that can positively impact generations to come.

Shamanic healing is one way to address this.

The deeds of an ancestor can create family karma that continues to influence the fate of the family’s descendants until the karma is dissolved.”
Dr Hiroshi Motoyama (Shinto priest)

A Dance with The Ancient Serpent

While many of the “fundamentalists” preach fear and loathing of the “Serpent” to their masses of followers, they miss the very important knowledge about self-awareness and the state of Being: “We are all Creatures of Energy and the Energy of Spiritual Consciousness.” Our “root of power” is not to be found purely in the physical body, but within the Mind of Being.

The Root of one’s own Power is based on the idea that this power is beyond the physical, and beyond the temporal (time). So it can be understood that it is beyond “space and time”. The Serpent represents the beginnings and endings of all things ephemeral (temporary). Space and Time represent that which has been defined, that which is temporary. The Spiritual Power (or “Divine Power”) knows no such limits because it is beyond space and time. Therefore, it is beyond mere definition and form – i.e. – “limitless”.

The Serpent is a pathway, a flow, a course by which all things flow into cycle. The circle, the Moebius, the Ouroboros – signifying the eternal flowing of space and time, without beginning, without ending. That which has no beginning, has no ending – it always is, as it always was, it just IS.

Now, imagine TWO Serpents, both of opposite qualities, both of opposite strengths, both going in opposite directions. They represent the cause and the effect. One begets the other, one can not know itself without the other.

Now imagine those two serpents intertwined, the dance of the Cosmos, the dance of eternity. As night flows into day, so shall day flow into night. Now if those serpents, bound together, were to fashion a circle – heads and tails conjoined – where one flows in one direction, the other flows in the opposite direction – you would have the representation of the two opposite cycles that manifest the beginnings and endings of all things ephemeral. The eternal part is the cycle itself. The constant flow of energies are ever-flowing.

Now, imagine yourself in the center of this ever-flowing circle of birth, life, death, and rebirth. You can feel the flow that is moving to one direction, and then the energies that are flowing in the opposite direction. In this place, you could even feel the alternating tides, waxing and waning, this being the “rhythm” of the Universe, Its “heartbeat”, if you will. This is the Great Heartbeat that is also the sound of music. It is the beat of the energetic flow of all of the universal – and trans-universal – energies. The thoughts, dreams, desires, and emotions all originate and die here – to be resurfaced into the new beginnings that may become.

While you are feeling the rhythm of the flowing energies, of light, of darkness, of the plus, and the minus, what is one to feel within his/her own being? Is it also as your own beat? All things have rhythm, all things have vibration. Nothing remains still and motionless. The two serpents dance the beat of eternity, and so do we. As things in motion, forever, so goes the cycle of all things – from birth – to life – to death – to rebirth, all things are part of the “cycle”, which is forever. This is why there is no such things as “eternal Life” – or – “everlasting life”. Life and Death are as brother and sister, they dance the “dance” of eternity together. One can not know itself without the existence of the other. They BOTH must BE, or not at all.

It is more like when WE become more like the energies, we become the eternal, without the need of life, and without the need of death – for we become AS the cycle of eternity. We then escape the cycle of Birth and Death. We BECOME the cycle, Master of our destiny. When we dance with the Serpent, we dance the Cosmic Dance, eternal, without beginning, and without ending. We BECOME, as we were destined to BE!

Rev. Dragon’s Eye