Invisible Mobsters or ‘Big Bads’ of the Demon Realm . a drawing by Alice B. Clagett

Written and published on 27 May 2021

Dear Ones,

Here is a new composite drawing illustrating the ‘Invisible Mobsters’ of the Demonic Realm. The drawing also illustrates how the Angels protect us humans from these ‘Big Bads’  ..

Composite Image: “Invisible Mobsters,” adapted and compiled by Alice B. Clagett, 27 May 2021, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Night sky filled with stars. At the bottom of the image is the silhouette of land, and a man standing, facing away from the viewer. To his left and facing him is a beautiful angel. At the top of the image, in the night sky, are very large but faint images of death (in a business suit and dress hat) hobnobbing with 3 mafia members. These latter are meant to represent members of the Demonic Realm astrally present in the night sky … CREDITS: Image of angel (cropped): “The Angel Appearing Before the Shepherds,” by Thomas Buchanan Read, 1870, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:%27The_Angel_Appearing_before_the_Shepherds%27_by_Thomas_Buchanan_Read,_Dayton_Art_Institute.JPG … public domain. Image (adapted): “Mafia,” by Broken Fingaz … photo “Fleur de Lis Street,” by MsSaraKelly, 2 August 2013, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Graffiti_in_Shoreditch,_London_-_Mafia_by_Broken_Fingaz_(9424997080).jpg … CC BY 2.0 Generic. Image (adapted): “Starry Night at La Silla,” by ESO/H. Dahle, 19 August 2013, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Starry_Night_at_La_Silla.jpg … CC BY 4.0 International … DESCRIPTION: A piercingly bright curtain of stars is the backdrop for this beautiful image taken by astronomer Håkon Dahle. The silhouetted figure in the foreground is Håkon himself surrounded by just a couple of the great dark domes that litter the mountain of ESO’s La Silla Observatory. Many professional astronomers are also keen photographers — and who could blame them? ESO sites in the Atacama Desert are among the best places on Earth for observing the stars, and for the same reason, are amazing places for photographing the night sky. Håkon took these photos while on a week-long observing run at the MPG/ESO 2.2 -telescope. During this time, the telescope was occasionally handed over to a different observing team, giving Håkon the opportunity to admire the starry night — as well as to capture it for the rest of us to see. The Milky Way is brighter in the Southern Hemisphere than in the North, because of the way our planet’s southern regions point towards the dense galactic centre. But even in the South, the Milky Way in the night sky is quite faint in the sky. For most of us, light pollution from our cities and even the Moon can outshine the faint glow of the galaxy, hiding it from view. One of the best aspects of La Silla Observatory is that it is far away from bright city lights, giving it some of the darkest night skies on Earth. The atmosphere is also very clear, so there is no haze to further muddy your vision. The skies at La Silla are so dark that it is possible to see a shadow cast by the light of the Milky Way alone. Håkon submitted this photograph to the Your ESO Pictures Flickr group. The Flickr group is regularly reviewed and the best photos are selected to be featured in our popular Picture of the Week series, or in our gallery.

Composite Image: “Invisible Mobsters,” adapted and compiled by Alice B. Clagett, 27 May 2021, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com

DESCRIPTION: Night sky filled with stars. At the bottom of the image is the silhouette of land, and a man standing, facing away from the viewer. To his left and facing him is a beautiful angel. At the top of the image, in the night sky, are very large but faint images of death (in a business suit and dress hat) hobnobbing with 3 mafia members. These latter are meant to represent members of the Demonic Realm astrally present in the night sky.

CREDITS: Image of angel (cropped): “The Angel Appearing Before the Shepherds,” by Thomas Buchanan Read, 1870, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:%27The_Angel_Appearing_before_the_Shepherds%27_by_Thomas_Buchanan_Read,_Dayton_Art_Institute.JPG … public domain.

Image (adapted): “Mafia,” by Broken Fingaz … photo “Fleur de Lis Street,” by MsSaraKelly, 2 August 2013, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Graffiti_in_Shoreditch,_London_-_Mafia_by_Broken_Fingaz_(9424997080).jpg … CC BY 2.0 Generic.

Image (adapted): “Starry Night at La Silla,” by ESO/H. Dahle, 19 August 2013, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Starry_Night_at_La_Silla.jpg … CC BY 4.0 International … DESCRIPTION: A piercingly bright curtain of stars is the backdrop for this beautiful image taken by astronomer Håkon Dahle. The silhouetted figure in the foreground is Håkon himself surrounded by just a couple of the great dark domes that litter the mountain of ESO’s La Silla Observatory. Many professional astronomers are also keen photographers — and who could blame them? ESO sites in the Atacama Desert are among the best places on Earth for observing the stars, and for the same reason, are amazing places for photographing the night sky. Håkon took these photos while on a week-long observing run at the MPG/ESO 2.2 -telescope. During this time, the telescope was occasionally handed over to a different observing team, giving Håkon the opportunity to admire the starry night — as well as to capture it for the rest of us to see. The Milky Way is brighter in the Southern Hemisphere than in the North, because of the way our planet’s southern regions point towards the dense galactic centre. But even in the South, the Milky Way in the night sky is quite faint in the sky. For most of us, light pollution from our cities and even the Moon can outshine the faint glow of the galaxy, hiding it from view. One of the best aspects of La Silla Observatory is that it is far away from bright city lights, giving it some of the darkest night skies on Earth. The atmosphere is also very clear, so there is no haze to further muddy your vision. The skies at La Silla are so dark that it is possible to see a shadow cast by the light of the Milky Way alone. Håkon submitted this photograph to the Your ESO Pictures Flickr group. The Flickr group is regularly reviewed and the best photos are selected to be featured in our popular Picture of the Week series, or in our gallery.

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

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