In the 1980’s & 1990’s I traveled to Canada to participate in Norma Cowie’s Psychic Fairs. One morning in Victoria, Canada, I overheard a conversation while I was eating breakfast in the hotel dining room. Two young females were talking about taking their young to “introduce them to the baby whales.” Fascinated, I looked around to see no one who could be speaking. Curious I continued to listen and was confused and astounded to discover I was hearing the thoughts of dragons.
“She hears us!” was the excited response of a large gold and green female as I asked who was talking. This was the beginning of my love affair with Dragons.
I was informed that there is a “Pride of Dragons” (as they say) which lives in the caves under Victoria, BC. They take great care in socializing their young so that there is no unnecessary human contact. They are cautious of humans as they feel we do not understand them and will kill them out of fear and curiosity. Dah! Who would have thought?
That same evening the local news was totally focused on a pod of whales that had just appeared near Vancouver Island. There appeared to be several newborns. As the camera man panned the sea, overhead the clouds took on the shapes of Dragon heads and bodies. I was totally awed; yet, the newscaster didn’t seem to notice. On the other hand, everyone viewing the television with me could see the silhouettes of Dragons in the skies above the whales.
Dragons inhabit a parallel dimension and can be seen in our reality through reflection. The best way I know to describe this phenomenon is that we can view them much like we see something outside our home reflected in a mirror within our home.
From that day forward I often see the reflections of Dragons in the sky. Once in a while there is someone with me and they are able to see them as well. I think that they are just so massive and people seldom look up is the main reason there are no reports about them. Also, they appear to be made of clouds, and therefore appear camouflaged as they blend in. Watch for the ridge backs, the cranial head formations and the large, lifelike eyes. We all see shapes in the clouds, so an occasional Dragon would not be news worthy.
Normally I hear the soft musical voices and begin to search the skies. Once I acknowledge them, they will follow us for miles. They are curious of why we can see and communicate with them. I often wonder if this is what it feels like to be a fish in a bowl being watched and admired by larger beings.
They tell me there are caves between Jerome and Phoenix where they reside. I was tempted to look, but with Time warping and rattle snakes, I’ll just trust what they say as I continue to watch the skies.
During our stay in Phoenix, Linda and I both began to see the Dragons. Here are a few photos shot from the car. Linda is a superb camera woman so I am looking forward to downloading and sharing her photos of the Dragons.