This piece was inspired by a week-long channeling of Archangel Raphael, one of The Seven. This is for my readers who do not understand my work, but want to. And this is for those who do not understand me, and want to.
The Vision Quest
Last summer I visited holy Mount Shasta. That pristine area, in Northern California, was ablaze and the fires were out of control. As I drove through this unknown territory, in the dark of night and driving a rented car, I could see the fires raging on both sides of the highway. I could see the mountains glowing and I could smell the thick smoke in the air. It was as if Hades, himself, had emerged from his underworld and brought hell to the surface of our beautiful Mother Earth. I experienced an emotion that was new to me.
The Carr fire was just one of the immense wildfires that devastated that region last year. Soot danced in the air like snowflakes, the air quality was dangerous, and parents were cautioned to keep their children inside. But still I went. I went with the same determination I had carried with me when I embarked on the 500-mile human trafficking awareness walk, #WALKFREE. I was stubborn and tenacious. So I went.
On the first day, at the onset of a guided tour, I was asked what was the purpose for my visit. “To remember”, I answered. I’m not really sure what I meant by that, but those were the words that came out of my mouth. Remembering became my mission for that day and into the next.
When I went to Mount Shasta, my first book, Pray Without Ceasing, Essays and Godwinks, was in the editing phase. My second book, A Leopard Can’t Change Its Spots, was in notes stage. Questions for God, Peradventure, The 12 Currie Success Principles, and my philosophy book were all under development. And I was on a spiritual quest unrivaled by any of my previous ones. I was most definitely on a mission, and this mission became as the Red Thread, pulling my work as a writer, and my work as a child of the Most High, closer together.
On the second day, in the final hours before I was to head off to the Sacramento airport, I experienced a profound vision. This incident sealed my mission and also served to seal all the intentions I had made in the years prior. This Vision, at this moment, was a miraculous gift for me.
There are no words which are sufficient to describe The Vision. So, I write what I see. I remember standing on the portico of the golden mansion, the school of all that is, the Temple of God. There is one verse in holy scripture, found in the New Testament and written by the beloved John of Patmos, which speaks of my vision:.
In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so , I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also. And whither I go ye know, and the way ye know.
When I write of my vision, I am engulfed and filled with His holy fire. As the mountains burned that summer, so also do I continue to burn with the unquenchable desire to write The Vision. On the flight home to Boston I began to transcribe what I had seen and heard. One year later, I continue to write what I see, for that experience has become my daily experience. I see it still, every day. I live it, every day.
The vision is for 144–a collection of books and other works to bring forth the message. The Vision is called I Am Home. This Vision is a collection of 12s. It has already manifested in my mind as I then make it manifest through written word. As I write what I see, I then see more. I see now, into and through the Ajna. What I see there becomes written words. What does tomorrow hold for me and my vision?
The two books you will see next
Seachd. This book is coded by all things seven, and guided by the spirit of the eagle. Seven is a number of completion, and the resonant tone of attunement. Seven is about channeling. Who are the seven archangels? What are the seven devils of the New Testament? Learn about the Pleiades, the Seven Sisters. Travel with me into the seven Hermetic Principles and the 7 card of the Tarot: the Chariot. Explore with me the seven chakras, the colors of the rainbow, the days of the week, and much more!
The Bottom, the Gift of Desperation. This is the chronicling of a journey deep into the world of addiction, and back again. This is a true story, a biography of a soul who discovered that his life had great purpose, and he followed his own cailloux. His return is for another journey, a mission–to offer hope, love, and healing to the thousands who now suffer from this national health crisis.
If you want to stay tuned, follow this blog, Like or Follow my social media pages, or channel me. I will be watching for you!
With great love,
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