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Apparitions – Blog No. 3

Apparition

Hallucinations are not apparitions.  Neither are spectres.  And a hologram is exactly that.  Like a Cheshire Cat can come and go as it pleases.  So can the Caterpillar, mind you.  Wonderland – for those kinds of things – is a wonderful place.  Naturally.  It is usually suggested that apparitions are scary.  Frightening.  I would say that would depend on the nature of the apparition.  It would depend, also, on the eye of the beholder.  Beauty is in there, they say.

I never yet met an apparition that I was not expecting, nor did I meet one that had me feeling threatened.  Apparitions that appear do so because there is something that it is necessary to know.  When time is of the essence then the most effective method of sending a message is to turn up and deliver it.  If that needs to be in person in this ‘seeing-is-believing’ world then that is how it needs to be.  You cannot feel alarmed when messengers are sent to deploy an ancient wisdom in a contemporary manner.  If you tend not to read your messages then it is not likely that you will know what you are seeing when it passes you by in the street.

Poltergeists are not apparitions.  Neither are the evident changes taking place on this planet.  Inherently, that is a good thing.

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