Mysterious Mountain Man Knowledge and Prophecy
Wherever I go in life, I always find myself meeting the most interesting people. So… of course I met an old man in Mount Shasta who was in search of a rare species of mushrooms so he could use them to create an ambrosia that the Gods of Mount Olympus used to drink thousands of years ago so he could cure his cystic fibrosis. And of course he had a ton of insanely interesting knowledge bombs to drop on me which I will now share with you.
Disclaimer: I am not saying I believe or disbelieve anything that came out of this man’s mouth… I will only relay these things to you.
- Manhattan is called Manhattan because the indigenous people used to call it the “Island of Mana” or “Manahatta” which translates to “The Island of Many Hills”. Before Henry Hudson’s arrival in 1609, Manahatta was a cornucopia of natural wealth—old growth forests, stately wetlands, rolling hills, and abundant wildlife.
- Manhattan is on the same latitude line as Mount Shasta and Mount Olympus. Go ahead and check a map or globe. Apparently this is significant because it is on this latitude line where the Amanita Muscaria mushrooms grow. It is from these that one can create an ambrosia which some believe will grant eternal life and cure terminal illnesses. They could also very well be linked to the story of Santa Claus and how his reindeer were able to fly.
- Then things got really interesting when he started talking about the Book of Revelation and the eminent destruction of the city of Manhattan. He said it would be due to karma as the Manhattan Project was started there. “What goes around comes around” he said before walking off back to his campsite, spitting out what looked like some of his lung’s alveoli.
Readings with Susan Isabelle (Keeper of the 13th Crystal Skull)
Most of you have probably heard the term “crystal skulls” before. Whether it be the history channel documentary, the worst Indiana Jones movie ever made or the vodka. Well, in Mount Shasta there is a woman named Susan Isabelle who claims to have been in contact with the ancient Lemurian civilization that lives inside Mount Shasta for over a decade. She also claims to have been given the thirteenth Crystal skull, El Aleator, by the Mayan people of Central America back on May 20, 2000.
So who made the Crystal skulls and where did they come from? There’s only one logical explanation for all of this…
Am I right?
More Crystals, Our Journey to the Mountain and Joe’s Reading
After the crystal shop, we drove up to the base of the mountain for a hike.
A few days after hearing about Uma and Angelica’s readings with Susan Isabelle, I felt compelled to have one myself. So I did.
I paid for the standard half hour reading, but the reading took well over an hour because apparently she had much to tell me. She gifted me her time without any request for extra money as she saw the true value being in the exchange of information. Here’s my best attempt of remembering all that she told me.
Before the cards were drawn:
Susan: “I’m getting a strong feeling of a ‘protector’ energy from you.”
Me: 😳 ::she’s good::
Top Row: I need to embody my own rapid personal growth and will receive an abundance of wealth.
Second Row: I am entering a transition phase where I will need to embrace love as my driving force.
Third Row: I need to lift my thoughts and vibrate on a higher frequency because I am vulnerable but have much inner strength. I am however, very much loved and have a lot of guidance that will help me get through all that is to come.
Bottom Row: I need to break my remaining chains, open up spiritually and accept the gifts of the universe
My Review on the Reading: Accurate as fuck
Once my reading was done, we were all set to head further west. It was getting dark by the time we were on the road so we had to find a campsite and set up the tent quick!
Damn we’re good!
Not bad for finding this place on the fly😊
We met up with Uma’s friend, Ferryn, and set off on a hike in our new campground to find a gorgeous little stream with mini waterfalls.
The next evening, we found our way back to the west coast for a proper sunset.
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