Journal Entry 10.5.2016 – Preparations

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Journal Entry 10.5.2016 – Preparations for Hurricane Matthew

Outside the weather is calm, although there are thunderheads forming up in the skies above.  The winds are light, with no indication as yet that a major hurricane, Matthew, is on its way towards Florida.  At this point, the weather people do not know where the hurricane will go… whether or not it will make landfall in Florida or further up the coast.  The storm could also do a recurve, turning northeasterly and head out towards the mid-Atlantic — at this point it is rather unpredictable.  All we can do is make preparations.

At this point, I intend to stay in situ, bunker down at the house with Toby the dog, who I am dog-sitting.  I just finished going to the market for some supplies and found most of the bottle water gone, but managed to get some and filled up empty bottles at home.  If the winds exceed 70 MPH, we may go to a shelter, but right now I feel we’ll be safe here.

The Universe has always protected me, so I know it will do so this time, as well.  I just need to remain calm and prepare myself for what might come depending on the strength of the hurricane or tropical storm winds.  Since I have already ridden out a high velocity storm in the Pacific Northwest, I feel certain that nothing untoward will happen.  Still, I am gathering some supplies to take in the car if an evacuation is required.  There is a shelter nearby capable of withstanding a Category 5 hurricane which is a possibility in an emergency.

As you can imagine and I can feel, there is an air of general anxiety attending the approach of this storm.  I’m doing my best not to personalize the feeling… just to acknowledge it and send out crystalline energies and Violet Flame.

In her most recent article, author Lisa Rising Berry (posted here on Blue Dragon Journal: https://wordpress.com/post/bluedragonjournal.com/9596 ) speaks about Matthew blending the elements of fire and water, as seen in the fire sprites noted above the storm in the thunderclouds.  It is an indication that the ascension of the planet as a whole has reached a new physical level.  Read Lisa’s articles for more detail; she knows her stuff.

This is just an update.  I will endeavor to communicate more as the storm approaches but may have to go off-line if the electricity and Internet connection go down.

Fortunately, I enjoy storms and on Facebook yesterday I found out that my name in Sanskrit means, “Bringer of Storms”! I’m not sure if I had anything to do with manifesting Hurricane Matthew, but storms with their wind, fire and water, do major cleansing work for the planet.

This will be my first real hurricane.  In a way I am excited and a bit nervous.

Pray for those affected by this storm and all others.  Changes are in the air, literally and figuratively, and this storm is merely one manifestation of them.

Namaste,

Eliza Ayres, from the Central Coast of Florida

All Rights Reserved, Elizabeth Ayres Escher, http://www.bluedragonjournal.com

Photo Credit:  From the Coastal Strand Trail, North Peninsula State Park, showing coastal scrub in the foreground and a thick stand of miniature Live Sand Oaks, which act as a barrier protecting communities further inland from the windy coastline.

 

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Journal Entry 10.5.2016 – Preparations

  1. Dear Eliza,

    My love & intent are with you and all potentially affected by Matthew, aligning with the Devic realms and Sylphs to shift this hurricane out to sea; away from the land masses.

    Blessings! Judy in Poulsbo, Washington

    On Wed, Oct 5, 2016 at 8:24 AM, Blue Dragon Journal wrote:

    > Eliza Ayres posted: ” Journal Entry 10.5.2016 – Preparations for Hurricane > Matthew Outside the weather is calm, although there are thunderheads > forming up in the skies above. The winds are light, with no indication as > yet that a major hurricane, Matthew, is on its way towa” >

  2. Wishes for wonder, as mother nature meets the east coast.
    Usually say when one gets close…I’m ready to help my fellow Humans cope as they feel threatened. By benevolent Mother nature.
    Thinking about you, and my daughter who is in Georgia and feeling safe too.

  3. Love seeing the landscape around you. You probably won’t read this until Hurricane Matthew is over, but thinking of you and sending much love at this time xxx

  4. Reblogged this on Blue Dragon Journal and commented:

    Tomorrow, Friday the 6th will be a year since Matthew cruised up the Florida coast. And now Tropical Storm, Nate, is forming and may hit Louisiana this coming weekend. Hurricane season in the Gulf / Caribbean area.

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