I found this on Facebook tonight, it was on one of my readers Facebook pages. About a month or so ago I had a kind of a vision where I met Gaia. She was green and rode an Impala (animal - not a Chevy..LOL!) that had horns with ribbons and feathers tied to them, much like a young woman might decorate a horse with flowers or her room with ribbons. On top of her head she had a helmet, and a pagoda looking thing springing from the middle of the helmet. I haven't been able to find a precise representation of what I saw on her head until tonight. It looked like the building on the left. Does anyone know what this building is or where its at?
A light worker wrote about sending Gaia energy and love. For some reason I decided to just issue her an apology on the behalf of humanity. I don't know if anyone ever did that before but I thought I'd try it. I mean really what do I know about sending love and energy to Gaia right? I am pretty new at this kind of thing. I had always considered the "Gaia Theory" of James Lovelock a possibility, but I never really thought of Gaia being a sentient being in her own right.
In this waking dream/vision (I don't know what to call it) I found myself moving into the center of the Earth (in spirit?) into a deep emerald green place. In the center was a white zone, blindingly white, and Gaia rode on a Impala (deer like animal with horns that go up straight without branches) into this huge white room from the green zone (think of a green sphere encasing a white spherical room). Gaia was green, about 5'6" tall (168 cm). Her facial features seemed South American, perhaps Brazilian. She had a leather skirt that reminded me a bit of a Roman Soldier thing and a leather breastplate/armor/top. It looked a bit like a hunting outfit. Gaia was truly a force to be reckoned with. Raw feminine power of the kind I had never encountered before. I wasn't sure sure what she was going to do to me, I was a little afraid at first, she was clearly not afraid of anything. I thought she might punch me. Instead she removed the helmet and gave me a kiss. What a shock!
I no longer consider Gaia an abstract theory. I think of her as an entity in her own right on a level that I don't understand. I don't know if the vision was a representation of her in human form, or if she can really appear that way, if she chooses. There is so much I do not know. But the sense of raw creative power of Gaia was absolutely astounding.
- American Kabuki