Why do I say this?
I was there when it happened, visiting the
family game reserve in South Africa for a few days.
My brother, was painting a snake eagle when I arrived.
The eagle was flying with a snake in its talons.
Yet the snake was coiled up, alive, ready to strike.
“Isn’t that a bit dangerous for the eagle?” I asked.
“Don’t they normally kill the snake first before carrying it?”
(The snake was sketched in pencil, the only part
of the picture he hadn’t yet painted.)
He laughed saying,
“He’s just swooped in.
“It’s the exact moment.”
2 days later my brother was dead.
(After picking up a cobra without
the using the appropriate gear.)
Why am I telling you about this?
This coming Thursday, 7 July, I’ll be interviewing
Richard Unger on the topic Free will vs Destiny.
What will we discuss?
Is our life predetermined – each event mapped out in advance –
or is life random and determined by our actions?
What do our hands say about this?
Richard has been pondering this topic for over 40 years.
and I’m really looking forward to hearing his views and also
grilling him on the subject on your behalf.
If you’re not yet registered for Earth School’s monthly
member calls and you’d like to join us, register here.
You may pre-submit questions before and
during the call.
Everyone registered will receive a 16 page excerpt
on this topic from Richard’s original LifePrints manuscript.
(This is not in the final publication.)
We also have 2 advanced threading calls this week.
On Tuesday 5th we’ll be looking at multi-gifted hands
from a practical perspective,
exploring how these markers work together with
fingerprints and threading them with other markers in the hands.
On Friday we’ll be looking in depth at hands submitted by members.
If you’re not yet part of this advanced group and would like to be
register here’s more info:
Apologies. No free calls in Earth School this month.
The summer holidays are kicking in soon
(this side of the planet) and its time to
go outside and play in the sunshine.
May it be in your divine destiny to do
Wishing you a beautiful week,