30 November 2016

The Halorin Lights - Joanna Fay - 27 November 2016

Source: Heart Star

Dear All,

Today’s post is a celebration and introduction of a very high vibrational group of ‘merged being(s)’ from another galaxy who have been able to bring their energy in closer around the Earth recently. The Halorin Lights appeared here in orb form in photos taken on the night of the Supermoon, November 14th, which I’ll share below. To get a sense of these being(s), we’ll look firstly at our local galactic supercluster which the Milky Way galaxy is a ‘member’ of – the Laniakea Supercluster (Laniakea means ‘immense heaven’ in the Hawaiian language) of approximately 100 000 galaxies.

Our Halorin friends are having a little chuckle at the ‘phoenix-like’ portrait of Laniakea….as they streamed into the Milky Way via the constellation Phoenix, from their galaxy of origin , which is within the Phoenix Cluster, one of the most massive galactic clusters currently observed by Earth’s astronomers.

In the post Angels of Arcturus two soul groups were mentioned as responding to a call for help that went out from the Milky Way, at a stage where the polarity extremes had become destructive – to a degree that was causing destabilization in this galaxy. One group came from the highest dimensions of the Andromeda Galaxy, and the other came from the Halorin Galaxy in the Phoenix Cluster, a soul group who ‘speak’ of themselves as the Halorin Light(s) – a merged Light, yet with distinct ‘tones’ within it that we would call ‘individuals’.

To orient to the inner angle of their flow, the Phoenix constellation is considered part of the Southern Birds in Chinese astrology, and in ancient Arabic astronomy was named the ‘young ostriches’, also seen as a griffin or eagle. Griffins/gryphons (in Earth myths, a merged eagle and lion being) were associated with divine power and seen as guardians of the divine. In Greek myth a griffin pulled the chariot of Apollo, the Sun God, and connects through solar golden fire with the phoenix, which periodically burned and rebirthed/resurrected itself from its own ashes.

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