28 April 2017 0 Comments

The Eagle and the Hawk and a Sasquatch named Warsiah

 

 

                       The Forest

During our most recent Sasquatch research outing we pulled into parking of a nearby State Park and something caused Rainbow to look up into the sky to witness an amazing maybe once in a lifetime event. It was a bald Eagle and a large brown speckled Hawk flying about 20 feet apart. They were in peace with each other’s presence, which in its self would be a major happening. Two birds of prey don’t normally dance nicely together. The Native Americans would consider what we both saw, as a sign of something important going to happen. And it did.

We had gone to see if a female Sasquatch named Warsiah had taken apples again and a chocolate offering we had left about 3 days before. One apple and small piece of wrapped chocolate was placed in the middle of a cluster of tightly paired Douglas fir trees. And another apple in small stump – 4 foot high that had a center that was rotted out to make a perfect hiding place for a nice Organic Fiji apple. This was a particularly picturesque area with moss covered tree trucks and a small running creek.

First friendship offering of an apple.

When we came back on this day, we went to the closest hidden site to the parking lot and yes the Apple was taken, but the Chocolate was not. Rainbow thought Warsiah probably didn’t know what the small package was, but Rainbow said she would first let Warsiah know if we leave something new in the future. Oh you need to know one more thing, Rainbow is a receiver/Empath and she can get communications from a Sasquatch and she has.  Rainbow can even ask a question or two, but for now more receiving than sending.

In to the second location,  Warsiah had told Rainbow to find this particular tree with a hole in it for the apple. And on this return trip, again the Apple was gone. So it was a happy result, but the best was yet to come. 

Instead of turning back toward the parking lot Rainbow was directed by Warsiah to go back on the trail toward an open field and as we did that I saw the beautiful wreath hanging from a small broken tree limb. I call it, Warsiah’s twisted vine art – our gift from a Sasquatch. I was looking for something of solid evidence, since I am not as gifted as Rainbow is-as an Empath. The wreath was that evidence I wanted. 

Rainbow mentioned after the wonderful day, that Warsiah told her, I was the Eagle and Rainbow was the Hawk. Rainbow had told Warsiah she loved feathers, this was Warsiah way of giving more.

Sleep Tight – There is more to come – with the Eagle, the Hawk and Warsiah.

MWiz.

 

 

 

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