Conversations with a Deva and with Nature Spirits . stories by Alice B. Clagett

Written and published on 26 June 2013; revised


Dear Ones,

Such fun today! Conversations with a deva and with some beautiful, bright, tiny nature spirits.


Image: Deva … ..

Images: Devas of South African mountain tops … ..


Here is a conversation I had with a visiting Deva …

Deva, speaking slowly, with a musical cadence and a musical quality of voice: We count our years in thousands … Look into my eyes [shows eyes]; there you see the depth of wisdom.

I: How do you spend your time?

Deva: We care for Earth. We care for you humans.

I: I’d like to see you. Why is there no deva dwelling here?

Deva: Come to a lake to find me. Or come to a mountain view. We like water. We like air.

I: What do you do at night?

Deva: We contemplate the stars.

Image: Stars in the night sky … ..


Here is a conversation I had with some Nature Spirits …

I: What do you do?

Nature Spirits, speaking sweetly, in chorus: We make flowers bloom. We make water twinkle. We make trees unfurl their leaves!

Image: Dance of the Nature Spirits, by Gilbert Williams … ..

One Nature Spirit, with mischief in its sweet voice: Remember this dream? [dream flashes by in my inner vision] I made it!

I: You did?

Nature Spirit: Yes, I did.

I: Dreams are very important to us humans. That is great work you do.

Nature Spirit: Yes, it is! It is!

Image: Flower Fairy, by Gilbert Williams … ..


“A deva in the New Age movement refers to any of the spiritual forces or beings behind nature. The origin of word ‘deva’ comes from Sanskrit language. According to Theosophist Charles Webster Leadbeater devas represent a separate evolution to that of humanity. The concept of devas as nature-spirits was further developed in the writings of Theosophist Geoffrey Hodson. It is believed that there are numerous different types of devas with a population in the millions performing different functions on Earth to help the ecology function better. It is asserted they can be observed by those whose third eyes have been activated.

“In addition, it is believed by Theosophists that there are millions of devas living inside the Sun, the indwelling solar deity of which Theosophists call the Solar Logos–these devas are called solar angels, or sometimes solar devas or solar spirits. Sometimes, it is believed, they visit Earth and can be observed, like other devas, by humans whose third eyes have been activated. Theosophists believe that there are also devas living inside all the other stars besides Sol; these are called stellar angels.

“In the Findhorn material, the term refers to archetypal spiritual intelligences behind species, in other words the group soul of a species.

“Some New Age sources use the term as a generic term to designate any being regarded as being composed of etheric matter–elementals, nature spirits (including the various types of nature spirits such as fairies, ondines, etc.).”

–from Link: “Deva (New Age),” in Wikipedia …,evolution%20from%20that%20of%20humanity. …  CC BY-SA 3.0

Image: “Freedom” … … DESCRIPTION: Young woman in white, on a cliff overlooking a beautiful natural scene

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

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