The Light of Grace Shines Down Into Your Hearts
I woke in the night to see the face of Great White Chief Sitting Bull.
We come in peace and prosperity for mankind. It is hard to accept that many on this plateau of existence do not understand the most basic of concepts that Love will conquer over all maladies. We strive for peace on Earth as we did for our lands long ago. We give thanks for those, like you, who march forward for freedom for Liberté – yes my friends! It keeps us busy here, ushering you forward step by step, and we are mightily pleased with how far you have come. Little Big Horn was our cross to bear, and it gives us great joy to take the cross from you that you have carried for so long. We register your deep concerns and it is fortuitous that we come now to cleanse the past, wiping the slate clean. There are many who stand to be counted and we come to join the throng, giving thanks for this great initiative. We bend and salute you for your mastery over self and your iron will to do what is right in accordance with our directives. We feel you drawing closer and closer to the heart of operations and we rally round to give you our support. Well done my child – well done! We look forward to many more meetings. Adieu!
As I settled back to sleep I saw clouds of purple flying past me and these last words . . . We fly on the wings of Angels and carry you to distant shores!
The next morning I looked up my notes from 1995 when I first encountered Sitting Bull.
In May 1995 I sat with a friend in deep meditation and was shown great expanses of pure white snow. The sun was shining brightly and I found myself clambering up a huge snow drift. Just before I reached the top a spear was thrust into the ground ahead of me. I turned to see the tanned figure of a thick set man with long black hair. We played in the snow like father and daughter and I saw myself sitting on a sledge being pulled by a lovely silver husky dog. I was then given these words:-
The battle of ‘wounded Knee’ was never meant to be. So many dead . . . slaughtered. We mourn them . . . the lost ones!
As this came through tears were streaming down my face.
We see you clearly . . . we reach out to help you. Forgive those that hurt you! One day my children you will be free of all encumbrances, cares and worries.
GREAT CHIEF SITTING BULL
The next day on 17th May 1995, I sat on my own in meditation and asked for more information about the battle of Wounded Knee. Once more I felt the personality of Sitting Bull draw close.
Many times we had big ‘pow- wow’ - we were engaged in plans of peace. Alas all was in vain, the blue coats were not interested in peace – they were too greedy! In all this great land there was not room for us to live as one – brothers under the skin. We tried in vain to save our people . . . our buffalo . . . and the land that was so sweet to us!
We forgive them for what they have done . . . man can be so weak and frail of spirit, not counting the cost until too late! We look back on those times and reach out to give you strength of the flesh and spirit. You will need succour to get you through the times of hardship. Do not weep little one, your tears are precious – save them. We must not brood on the past - only learn from our mistakes!
Thank you Eileen, I just found this old channel and posted it here..
I just noticed Adieu Eileen,White Cloud must have been around too!
I think perhaps there were many who spoke French in those days Kerrie. White Cloud seems to usher in personalities who are to work with me. I saw him more clearly yesterday than ever before and could see how wavy his hair is. Its funny because I never knew about White Cloud in those early days.
I think he must be the overseer Kerrie and yet he seems so close and personal to me, I remember so clearly touching his cheek with the back of my hand, trying to remember his features for when I was back here in the physical. I love him and Sitting Bull so much!
Love your painting of Sitting Bull Eileen. Thank you for tuning in to peace as he did when in embodiment.
Thank you Beverly, I keep touching up his face until I'm happy with it. You are so right he strived for Peace among the tribes and White Folk and is still doing so today through us!