I am happy to announce that my new website is finally up and running due to the hard work, patience, diligence and talents of my WebMaster and Web Designer, Barbara Delozier, (of www.Shot-net.com) known to her friends as Bee or Dolphyn. Thank you, Bee!!!
The site currently contains about 100 documents and will double in size in the coming weeks. For those curious about my novel, The Ankh of Thoth, Chapter One is ready to read under BOOK BITES and we have contacted other spiritual writers asking them to contribute samples of their work.
We also have excellent informative articles by guest authors, like Gregory M. Scott of The Universal Healer, and various channels on classic subjects not often found (like Twin Rays and sex ; ) plus some wonderful SPIRITUAL TECHNIQUES by prolific writer and channel Robert Shapiro of The Shamanic Secrets and Explorer Race Series of books and Sedona Journal of Emergence fame.
Within a short while, we expect the site to offer all 85 Ascension Lessons (all but a few are up now), all 44 Intent Ceremonies, about 20 Moon Ceremonies, numerous Spiritual Techniques and Articles, as well as chapter excerpts from various books.
I also plan to start a new series of lessons, probably entitled: Ascended Masters Speak, with contributions from both male and female Masters, and a new series of Spiritual Techniques to encourage all of us to work as a team to visualize and intend desired changes to our world.
I have been told by various Masters that this will be an exciting and successful website, so we are going to do our best to make this a reality!
Please feel free to peruse the site often and tell your friends about it. It will be updated at least weekly once fully established... maybe even more often. (I just don't want to wear Bee out.)
The information is available to share with friends, as long as all information is copied and forwarded in its entirety and proper source credit it given. You know the "integrity" drill.
My most sincere thanks to each and everyone of you for hanging in there with me while I did my bit to help Bee get it all up and running.