Lady Hope: “Hope Springs Eternal”

Snowdrop, Flowers, Spring Flower, Plant

Lady Hope: Hope Springs Eternal

Greetings on this magnificent day.  I AM Lady Hope, Archeia of the First Ray of Purity and Ascension, the Divine Complement of Archangel Gabriel.  Our etheric retreat is located between Sacramento and Mount Shasta, in the golden state of California.

We are here in your Now moment to present you with the gift of hope, for the future, for the present moment and even hope that you will be able to clear all that needs to be cleared so you can move forward without the duress, the burdens and worries that you have carried in the past.

Hope is the essence of the White Ray that can penetrate into the darkest cave of despair when all seems lost.  It is that ray of sunshine that breaks through the clouds of misery.  It is the sunshine that lightens a burdened heart and gives wings to the imagination.

Hope springs eternal through the opened heart that is sensitive to the inner guidance emanating from the Sun, the Christed Self that is your own true essence.

Hope is the energy by which the delicate stalk of a flower pushes through the cold snow to emerge as a bright harbinger of spring, that brings hope of winter’s passing to those whose eyes can see, whose gaze  falls upon the bright crocus or shy snowdrop.

We come as heralds to let you know that the first days of your eternal spring have arrived, even though the darkness and chaos of the collective’s Dark Night of the Soul still seems to reign.  Spring IS here and with its coming arrives new choices, new adventures and new opportunities for those who can release their burdens and connect with the golden river of hope that ever springs eternal from your own awakened hearts.

As the White Ray contains within itself all the colors of the Rainbow, of the seven primary rays that light the basic chakra or energy system of the human form, in its fullness, Hope carries forth all the wisdom, love and power that is required to make miracles happen within your lives.

In the Light of this energy, in the Hope that now springs forth from your eternally young heart, see your greatest, most tenderly held dreams now come forward, to manifest fully in your lives.  See a world filled with joy, laughter and song, with abundance and health for all, from those who have been beggars to those who have been kings.  See all beings that grace this planet with their essence finding a new sense of purpose and focus.  See the petals of Hope unfold and reveal themselves before your very eyes.

Hope has arrived.  First, connect with its essence, with the energy of the Ray of Purity and let it wash away all the fear and worry of lifetimes spent in darkened circumstances.  Those who came here to anchor of the light of their chosen Rays have succeeded mightily and now the essence of those Rays and energies carried reunite within the White Ray of Hope.  This Ray of Purity is even now being translated into the next stage of evolution for your species, the Opalescent Ray, the 12th Ray.

So you have arrived at a time of intense change and transition as the old is swiftly breaking up and dissolving as its worn and tattered energy patterns are overwhelmed by the new, bright gleaming rays of Hope.  This is a Graduation, not just for your tiny planet, but for the Multiverse.  So, with the Earth as the Key, we take the golden Ankh of Eternity and unlock the door, the Veils that have kept this world and the Universe contained and in strife.  You are now free to be what you are each meant to be.  You are now free to do what you came here to do.

With this knowledge and awareness, and the supporting flow of energy of Hope springing from your combined heart flames there is little to prevent the coming forth of a new Renaissance, a new era of peace and creativity not seen upon this planet since the golden age of Atlantis.  And your new era will rival even the greatest imaginings of the great Ones of the Heavenly Realms.

So… we leave you now. Yes, you have questions: What is my mission?  Where am I supposed to live?  What am I supposed to do?  Dearest hearts, we bid you to seek the answers within your own hearts and to follow the guidance of your own balanced divine minds to determine what comes next.  This is your adventure that lies now before you.  The beginning of the new path lies as a seed within.  Shine the strength of your gentle hope upon it to bring that seed springing forth into the daylight of your daily life and it will unfold in ways that even we cannot yet foretell.  Let Hope be the wind in your sails and the energy that carries your lightened hearts forth in the brightness of your highest dreams.  And it is so.

Namaste, dear blessed ones, we honor and salute you all with deepest abiding love and respect.

I AM Lady Hope.

Scribe:  Eliza Ayres (Tazjma Amariah Kumara VaCoupe)

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Announcement: Taking a Break


On Thursday through a yet undetermined date, I will be traveling and meeting some new people, light workers, who live in the Delray Beach area of Southern Florida.  This is a new area for me, as well as new people.  I do not know if I will have time to post on the blog.  The visit promises to be very interesting.  I may well also be moving, at least temporarily, to the same area in the near future.  We’ll see how things unfold.

Thank you for all your support and interest in this blog.  If you feel like making an energy exchange, donations are always welcomed.  See the “Donation” page for instructions or contact me via: bluedragonjournal@gmail.  I will provide my mailing address upon request only.

Keep calm.  Keep centered.  Remember to use your tools and enjoy watching a new world unfold through our collective love and intention.

Blessings to all,

Eliza Ayres




Journal Entry 02.13.2017 – Windy Day



Journal Entry 02.13.2017 – Windy Day

First thing off — Happy Valentine’s Day to my world-wide readers.  I know that some of you are already on the 14th of February.


Another issue with the Kia got me out of the house today.  The brake light switch had apparently “died” and was causing the battery to go dead.  After yet another jump start, I got safely to the dealership and had the part replaced.  And yes, I looked up the problem and found the answer to my dilemma on the web.  Very handy that… as I could tell the mechanic what I thought was wrong; he checked it out… yes… and got the part.  I’m not handy with fixing cars so I let the professionals do the work.  And I’m glad to have AAA coverage for the jump start.  Getting to know the tow truck operator!


After a couple of hours at the dealership, I was ready for a little outing in my almost brand-new or repaired Kia.  I drove over to Flagler Beach and had lunch in one of the many little cafes… Kokomoko’s, which is located on Flagler Avenue.  Then I headed to Washington Oaks Gardens in order to walk around my favorite park.  There’s always something new blooming.  There was also a stiff breeze (small craft warning today!) on the Intracoastal Waterway, so I was glad to have a light pull-over for warmth.


After a tour of the gardens, I headed for the coquina beach.  I caught another crowd of birds waiting for lunch as the tide was receding, leaving behind tasty morsels for the quick and hardy to grab.  I climbed over the rocks a bit and headed back.


Since the recent work on my auto has put a dent in my erstwhile “budget” any donations or love offerings would be gratefully accepted.  See the “Donations” page for details or email me at:   I don’t charge for the blog, but living on social “security” is somewhat tenuous at best when large expenditures come along.  Thanks for any assistance or blessings received.


Eliza Ayres

P.S.  Later this week I’m going to visit Del Ray Beach, Florida, and finally meet some other light workers “in the flesh”!  Exciting times!


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Photo Credits:  Washington Oaks Gardens, Flager County, Florida



Journal Entry 02.10.2017 – Birds, Bogs & Beaches



Journal Entry 02.10.2017 – Birds, Bogs and Beaches

I love alliteration… as if you can’t tell from the title of this post!  Anyway, the first part of this article should be entitled: “Birds, Birds & More Birds!”  It has been said that timing is everything and that certainly held true today.

I started out on a hike through Bulow Woods, entering the forest trail at Walt Boardman Lane and walking south towards Cedar Creek Marsh.  The first 1/4 mile or so of the walk I was serenaded by a huge flock of robins, careening, tittering and fluttering through the forest.  I’ve never seen so many birds in that forest and that was only the beginning…


Further along, the robins ran out, but when I turned to follow the trail across the marsh, I spied some white birds standing on the new bridge over Cedar Creek.  As I edged quietly closer, I saw the brackish creek was at extremely low tide, which attracted all kinds of wading birds for a fishy feast.  There were the rare Wood Storks, ibis, Great Egrets, Cattle Egrets, White Pelicans, and herons, all jostling, squawking and snapping at each other in an attempt to reach their fishy prey.  I stood there for the longest time just trying to take photos of this amazing sight.  Flocks of ibis, pelicans and egrets kept arriving like the affair had been well advertised in advance.  It had to be the most wading birds I’ve ever seen in one area at one time during my stay in South Carolina and Florida.


The next portion of my walk was a bit more sedate, walking through quiet woods, but I ended up walking with a lady and her dog.  We chatted animatedly as we wandered through the oak hammock.  Guess I was all up for some company for a change…


Next I headed to High Bridge and the Coastal Strand Nature Trail at North Peninsula State Park.  There’s a nice picnic ground, restrooms, a good parking lot and a two-mile hiking trail for the more active.  Beach access is available off of Florida A1A, just a 1/4 to 1/2 mile away.  I didn’t walk the full trail today as my feet were a little tender, but ended up talking to some Canadian visitors who were staying for a month.  Later, when I stopped at the Gamble-Rogers SP Beach Access, I also ended up talking to another gentleman, mostly about the weather, high surf and the damage from the hurricane — a lot of beach sand was lost during that storm.


The surf was high, strong, with brisk winds cutting along the coast.  Still, it was a mighty refreshing day for a walk in the woods and a nice drive along the coastline.


The energies remain intense.  I slept 9.5 hours last night, with lots of active and colorful dreams.  Take the time for plenty of self-care, with time in nature, salt baths, water and lots of rest.  It is a full moon today, with the added energetics of a lunar eclipse.

Blessings to all and enjoy the upcoming weekend!

Eliza Ayres

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Photo Credits:  Bulow Woods and North Peninsula State Park, Volusia County, Florida


“MEMOIRS OF JOHN THE BELOVED DISCIPLE” ~ Lord Rananda Kumara @ Opening The Gate To Christ Consciousness

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Journal Entry 02.05.2017 – Hog Heaven


dscn2036Journal Entry 02.05.2017 – “Hog Heaven!”

As I was walking through Bulow Woods this morning, the phrase, “I’m in hog heaven!” kept going through my mind.  Not sure where that came from, but oddly enough I did see some feral pigs today.  I heard a commotion in the woods off to my right and then shortly after, four black wild hogs went streaking across the trail ahead of me!  And nearly the same time, I spotted a little armadillo high-tailing it into the woods in the opposite direction.  Crowded woods!  Didn’t get a photo of the hogs; they were moving too fast, but there were at least two adults and two or three little ones.  Yes, the woods around here are hog heaven, with plenty of cover, acres of acorns and pignuts and plenty of roots and the like.


Bulow Woods got quite battered during Hurricane Matthew.  Great oaks and smaller trees lie in pieces next to the trail.  Even with all of the resulting destruction, new signs of life are emerging.  I saw some real wildflowers and a lot of coontie.  The latter is a Florida native that was once harvested nearly to extinction for its roots which are better known as arrowroot.  The plants are making a slow comeback.  If you live in Florida, they are also a foolproof, tough plant that keeps a manageable three feet x four feet.  I was excited to see the “flower” of the plant (it’s a cyclad, so no real flower) which looks more like a pine cone growing out of the center of the plant.




The 5.2 mile loop that I did is excellent exercise, being lumpy and rooty enough to demand your undivided attention, while giving you a tour of ancient, semi-wild Florida, with its towering oak hardwood hammock, Sabal palms, at least three varieties of pines, two varieties of native holly and plenty of lyonia and saw palmetto.  The lyonia was showing off its relationship to the huckleberry with tiny white bell-like flowers beginning to unfold.



For the bird watcher in you, there are a variety of birds.  I heard some early songbirds, including a trio of mockingbirds settling on their territories.  One bird would trill its song, only to have it echoed back by a distant male and then repeated in another direction by another male.  Then there was the hoarse croak of a heron flying over the marshland.  And the steady knocking of busy woodpeckers hammering away at tough oak bark.  And the tiny flitting movements of little kinglets and others that I couldn’t identify.  I’m no expert on birds, but know a few and picked up a little book the other day to assist in some identification.  The Bulow Woods Trail is on the list of National Birding Trails.  I also saw some young fish in the clear running Cisco Ditch, an old canal that has become more like a natural stream.



Although this hike is located within minutes from busy Palm Coast and Flagler Beach, I only saw three humans and two dogs, besides all the wild denizens.  In all, it was an enjoyable hike on an overcast Sunday morning, with temperatures in the comfortable mid-60’s * F.

Hope you’re all enjoying the weekend.  Oh, yeah… who is playing today in the Super Bowl? Don’t know; don’t care.


Eliza Ayres

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Journal Entry 02.03.2017 – Sun-filled Winter



Journal Entry 02.03.2017 – Sun-filled Winter

Having lived in the Pacific Northwest for most of my adult life, I am still unused to waking up to sunny skies in the middle of winter.  Imbolc just past, it is now officially mid-winter, half-way between winter and spring.  I can imagine that our northern neighbors are looking for some respite from an intensely cold, snowy and icy winter.  Even Seattle and the Puget Sound has received some snow… which usually creates traffic chaos.

I didn’t get out earlier this week as I needed to take Bella the Kia to the shop.  The ten-year-old A/C and some belts needed replacing.  Needless to say, it was, for me, an expensive bill, but the repair was absolutely required, so we do what we must (any donations would be cheerfully and gratefully accepted!).  So, after the repair, I took Bella out for a spin, going hiking at a few of my favorite local spots, including Princess Place, the Sea to River Preserve and Washington Oaks Gardens State Park.


The weather was surprisingly warm.  While waiting at the dealership, the weather woman said that Florida is in a drought.  I can certainly verify that.  We only seem to get rain when a cold front comes through or a tropical storm tracks this way.  So too much sun can also work against the environment.  The local forests can become quite flammable, especially given there is still a lot of hurricane debris in some areas.


At Washington Oaks, I was surprised to see a Great Blue Heron stalking some baby koi that had recently been placed in the large pools.  The bird didn’t seem to mind my presence either while I was careful to be quiet and move slowly.  It flew off though when a young family walked by with a chattering toddler.   No rose photos today, either, as the gardeners were finishing up the last pruning on the bushes.  Hybrid roses need pruning even when grown in Florida.


The energies are flattening me on occasion.  One night I woke up several times with that now familiar sense of being wired and tired.  Then, last night I slept 10 hours.  Go figure!

BTW, I took steps to delete, hide and occasionally if I felt necessary to unfollow various Facebook friends.  It appears to be something that some of the more sensitive souls among us are deeming necessary to keep the vibes high and fresh on their Facebook Feed.  I read enough to generally keep up on the news, but do not feel it necessary to sweat the details.

Thank you, dear readers, for your continued support of my blog.  It is now four and half years old.

Blessings to all and have a great weekend!

Eliza Ayres

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Photo Credits:  Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, Flagler County, Florida