A Date With the Stars
Slide Show Presentation - October 9, 2011
Michele Fitzgerald moved to Sedona, Arizona eighteen years ago. Shortly after her arrival, and with the help of friend Alan Bowman, she made an amazing discovery in nearby Red Canyon at the Palatki archaeological site. Using the ancient art of dowsing and other intuitive abilities, along with simple observation and deduction skills, Michele and Alan deciphered what they believed to be the purpose and meaning of scores of petroglyph markings called "cupules" or "cup marks" that had been pecked into a two ton slab of rock by the ancient peoples who once occupied the Palatki site.
Southwest Dowsing Conference, Flagstaff, Arizona
During her investigative work at Palatki, Michele learned that cup-marked stones have been discovered at numerous locations around the globe, including a proliferation of these petroglyphs in Ireland.
The megalithic (mega=large, lithic=stone) architecture in Ireland includes some of the oldest known structures in the world. Among these are the gigantic chambered cairns found in the Irish midlands. These monuments boast the sophisticated engineering found at Stonehenge and the Egyptian pyramids, but predate those structures by over a 1,000 years.
Archaeoastronomers and others who have studied these monuments conclude that whoever designed them possessed a knowledge of geology, astronomy, and mathematics equal to, if not greater than our own. At specific times of year, such as the Equinox and Solstice periods, light phenomena occur at these sites in which rays of the sun are directed down precision built passageways and illuminate specific markings (petroglyphs) inside the inner chambers.
While investigating the impressive Loughcrew cairn complex in 1999, Michele discovered what appears to be a directed or engineered subtle energy system that interacts with the cup-marked stones at the site. A couple of years later she was able to personally observe the light phenomenon that occurs at Cairn T at the Equinox period. This phenomenon has been very well documented (read Stones of Time by Martin Brennan), but Michele found that the visual and time-keeping implications of the light show are just the tip of the iceberg.
Based on intuitive inquiries and field research at Loughcrew over the decade that followed, Michele theorizes that these huge stone structures are highly sophisticated machines that are interfacing with the intelligences of distant stars. She believes this stellar communication is greatly enhanced at key points in our solar cycle (like the Equinox and Solstice periods) and that the engineering involved in the construction of these monuments facilitates this activity.
Michele has observed that the star communication at Loughcrew has greatly increased over the past seven years. Initially, she found three star connection points at Loughcrew. Today, over 2,000 stars are communicating with the cairns at Loughcrew and Michele believes that by the Vernal Equinox 2012, that number will exceed 3,000. She dowses that the last time this level of star communication occurred with planet Earth was over 23,000 years ago.
What is this all about?? Why is it happening?? Hear more of Michele's theories and craft some of your own by attending her presentation at the upcoming Southwest Dowsing Conference or by joining her for a once-in-a-life-time adventure tour in Ireland, March 18-25, 2012.