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A Planetary Wail of Tears

A Planetary Wail of Tears Inspirational Guidance through Gillian MacBeth-Louthan

Gillian: I spend a lot of time inside myself channeling and holding light. I enjoy my own magic and my silly humanness, and I love the light within me. It took a long time for me to really know myself, but we’re really good friends now. I need a lot of time alone to download the universe, listen to the whispers of crystals, and hear the songs of Corinthian chimes as the winds speak. But the hush I hear now is so loud that it reverberates past the Milky Way galaxy. It beckons forth all that does not even know it is holy and needed as a sanctuary, as the silence of Earth pulses in waves, particles, and lines of light to all life everywhere in the cosmos.

The senses of those who do not live on Earth awaken as even the hairs on their stellar souls reverberate throughout their star system. Heads are turned and whispers are heard throughout the universes. Time pauses and listens to the undertones from Earth. Those who observe from a different place and time in space see how the beautiful pulsing planet has quieted and shifted. It leans as if it were a wounded being seeking support against the Tree of Life to receive healing from nature. A small limp or wobble is detected within the planet’s stride.

It was not long ago that scientists looked at Betelgeuse and thought it was going to become a supernova, but that event seems to have been canceled. Now our brothers and sisters on the other side of the universe look toward us as we noticeably refract and reflect completely different vibrations of light. They have received a sound that comes from Earth, and to them, it sounds like a whale calling for its lost calf. To us, it also sounds like a wail — a planetary “wail of tears.”