Ancestor Spirit

I introduced myself to the Spirit of the Water in this place, did a blessing in the proper way, and was sitting in contemplation, singing the Algonquin* water song:

Nee bee wah bow

En die en

Aah key mis squee

Nee bee wah bow

Hey ya hey ya hey ya hey

Hey ya hey ya hey ya ho

My companion sister took this photo of the moment with an ordinary iphone and captured an Ancestor Spirit. I call her Grandmother, possibly all the Council of Grandmothers, to show they are with me. Imagine our surprise! We have never seen anything like it!

I choose to share with you the truth of the presence of Spirit when we are in full alignment and have paid our respects and hommage to the spirit of the place. This was taken at a waterfall. I felt the rivers of all of the sacred waters I have ever visited throughout the world converge here and that a healing took place. My ESP had returned in full blazing colour and here the Grandmothers appeared to confirm it is so.

*The Algonquin water song was written by Irene Wawatie Jerome, assisted by Kathleen DeShane, for Grandfather William Commanda’s Circle of All Nations Gathering (Canada, 2002). Available at


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