Monday, June 10, 2013

Trifecta: Fate of the World

Trifecta: Week Eighty-One


This week's challenge is to write 33 to 333 words using the word LIGHT and particularly this definition of the word: a source of light: as a : a celestial body; b : candle;  c : an electric light.


Crystal, intentionally named for the energy evoked by its many forms, was surrounded by people steeped in worshiping earth energies and celestial bodies. Crystal's parents had settled in Sedona, Arizona, years before her birth, having been called there, as many have claimed. Some came and left having fulfilled their purpose for coming to the healing earth energy vortexes, while others could not think of leaving such a beautiful, uplifting, spiritual place.
 

Raised learning of the spiritual realm, she was most focused on the foretelling that Sirians, beings real or simply a consciousness, living on "The Dog Star", Sirius, have relayed to others whose minds have been trained to receive such messages.

Sirius claimed to be a friend and protector of the earth, knowing how there would be a conscious shift in the universe after the ending of the Mayan calendar. Acknowledging that the scales were tipping in the favor of evil and destruction of earth as well as a chaotic government, Sirians instructed those who believed to focus each day on the positive of earth's healing and tuning out the evil and chaos, thus creating the light needed to create the needed shift.

Crystal worked hard each day to incorporate such thoughts into her daily meditating and spoke to her fellow worshipers of the earth to broaden the spectrum of focus for the shift in universal consciousness that would save us all. After all, what else could be done at this time…this place…this chaos that is our home? Perhaps the time for light of outside intelligent intervention had come.



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24 comments:

  1. Wow Maggie! This is such a beautiful, inspiring and thought provoking piece!

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. Different for me but still within a realm I feel close to.

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  2. I read this a few times. I like it, Maggie.

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    1. Thank you, Ted! I do believe in sharing healing energies on earth...why not extraterrestial too? ;-O

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  3. I like it Maggie, very much!

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    1. Thanks, Draug! Means a lot coming from you. Stretching my writing...thinking.

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  5. This deserves more than one read. Well done with the prompt!

    Thank you for linking up! Please don't forget to return for the voting!

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    1. Thank you for your compliment! I didn't realize it was peer-judged. Thanks for the reminder.

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  6. Love the karma of returning energy to the earth.

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    1. Thanks, Kymm. It is what I believe.

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  7. As said by others above... really good write...

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  8. This is such a unique take on the prompt Maggie! Love the ideas in here. Wish more people saw the world this way.

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  9. Nice. I've heard AZ is like that, and I've got friends who want to move out there. I'm not sure I could take a desert place, but that's their choice. It would be nice to visit, I'm sure. This is along the lines of everything I'm learning lately, so it was great to read. Nicely done :-)

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    1. Thank you, Allison! Where I was in AZ was so peaceful and beautiful. I could definitely live there.

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  10. Love the line "as many have claimed."

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    1. Thank you. After just a day visiting there, the question to ask residents was "were you called here?" as opposed to "how long have you been here?"

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  11. I loved this one! The earth-worshipers, the need for intervention. Wonderful.

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    1. Thank you! Earth does need an intervention, doesn't it?

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  12. This was a big surprise from you. I liked the use of the dogstar as symbolism and the character created.

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    1. Ah...spoken like someone with a memory and a lovely compliment that you know how I usually write. This was a big departure for me. Thank you, Ann!

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