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‘On a Windy Day You Can Hear Him Say …’ . by Alice B. Clagett

Filmed on 18 February 2020; published on 27 October 2020
Location: Lake Piru Recreation Area, Ventura County, California

  • VIDEO BY ALICE
  • SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO

Dear Ones,

Here is a video about odd voices I heard here and there in an unpeopled area of Lake Piru in Ventura County. There is a Summary after the video …

VIDEO BY ALICE

SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO

Well, you see this down here … It looks like a dock; a place where you can put your boat down. There is nobody here right now. I started to go down, and then I heard somebody say: Better not go down there, Alice. There is a right mean man down there.

So I walked along, and I looked along, and I did not see anyone at all. And I said: Who are you, anyway?

And the voice of an older man said: This here is my place.

And I said: Are you a gnome or a brownie, maybe? … No one answered.

And I said: Do you live underground?

The voice of the man said: Yeah.

I was walking along over here …

Image: “Boat Dock at Lake Piru, Ventura County, California,” by Alice B. Clagett, 18 February 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: “Boat Dock at Lake Piru, Ventura County, California,” by Alice B. Clagett, 18 February 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0

… and the wind started up a little bit from Lake Piru. And I heard some children’s voices from across the way say … all in a chorus they said: On a windy day you can hear him say, ‘You had better stay away. This is my neck of the woods.’

[Pans to water beyond left side of dock.] … It is a neck of water here … [Pans to shoreline across from right side of dock.] … And there is another one over there that is kind of dried up right now. It [the dock] is a neck of land …

I am guessing it might either be a gnome, or a brownie that lives underground, or [the ghost of] a man that used to live here once, long ago …

Well, I was walking along, right now, and I got to thinking that some voices of children that I had heard a little earlier, all talking together, might have been mountain lion cubs, because they were saying: Would you bring it home to us?

I thought at the time, maybe they were thinking about me …

Then I heard similar of a number of children say: On a windy day you can hear him say … that story. And I thought: Maybe those are mountain lion cubs too.

So I was walking along, and I thought to ask them: Are you mountain lion cubs? … So I did.

And they said: Yeah, that’s what we are. We don’t know why other people can’t hear us too.

In love, light and joy
I Am of the Stars

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Deva of Lake Piru . by Alice B. Clagett

Filmed on 18 February 2020; published on 27 October 2020
Location: Lake Piru Recreation Area, Ventura County, California

  • VIDEO BY ALICE
  • SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
    • “Deva of Lake Piru,” Soundtrack and Words
    • “Period and Sound of the Waves,” Soundtrack and Words
    • “Voice of a Fly,” Soundtrack and Words

Dear Ones,

Here is a video of conversations with a deva and nature spirits at Lake Piru. There is a Summary after the video …

VIDEO BY ALICE

SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO

I am over here right now at Lake Piru, and I kept hearing this deep, rumbling, vast voice. I could not figure out who it was. Finally I realized it was the Deva of Lake Piru, if you could believe it … the deva of this entire lake. It sounds vast and magnificent, just like the lake. It is incredible.

So I asked it: Are you the deva of the body of water here? And it said [in a very low voice]: Yes, I am. Only its voice was much nicer than my own, and much deeper …

“Deva of Lake Piru”
Soundtrack and Words
Spoken by Alice B. Clagett
18 February 2020

 

Yesss, I aaammm.

It sounded like thunder in the skies.

Then it said: What do you call it?  And I said: We call it Lake Piru, or Piru.

But it did not seem very impressed by that. So I said: But what do you call it?

And the Deva of the Lake said: We don’t call it that. We call it … and then it used a very low voice, the kind that resonates in your heart. And it feels like a wave that has a slight ‘bump’ to it, like waves [on a body of water].

“Period and Sound of the Waves”
Soundtrack and Words
Spoken by Alice B. Clagett
18 February 2020

 

The ‘period’ of the waves is like this: Click … click … click … click … click … click ….. That fast.

The sound of the waves is like this, but very much lower: Luuuuuuuuuuu …

That is the name of this body of water.

Image: “Lake Piru, Ventura County, California,” by Alice B. Clagett, 18 February 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: “Lake Piru, Ventura County, California,” by Alice B. Clagett, 18 February 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0

I was talking along right now. I was really talking to myself, and I said: I guess that’s the sound that the air makes when it walks over the water.

And somebody else said … I say it might be a senior nature spirit … It said: Wrong! That’s the sound that the water makes when it walks through the air. It might have been a Native American guide.

. . . . .

I have further word on the Deva of Lake Piru. I heard that same voice.

I said to it first: Are you a mountain lion?

And it said: Well, we might be a mountain lion.

And I said: Well, if you are not a mountain lion, what are you?

I could see a hand reaching down and patting the water. It said: We like the water.

It said: We like the water.

I said: How many of you are there?

And it said like this … [Holds hand palm forward, fingers up]: We are five.

Five … I don’t know what! … that like the water.

Sounds a little like gnomes, but gnomes do not like water. Maybe this is a new type of nature spirit, and not a deva … I do not know!

. . . . .

Ok, ‘curiouser and curiouser’. I said: Does each of you like a particular place in the water?

And it said: We all like the water everywhere.

Then I said: But what are you?

And it said: We are the wind that laps the water.

Do you suppose they might be zephyrs? … Maybe very large zephyrs; very large Spirits of the Wind … or very old and sage ones.

. . . . .

I just felt a gentle breeze coming up from the lake, and I heard that spokesman of the zephyrs say: What’s your name?

And somebody said: Dharm Darshan [which was my old spiritual name] … And then it said: Dharm Darshan, here we are! … and I could feel the breeze touching my face.

Down there by the water I just heard the voice of the zephyr say: Oh, God, Dharm Darshan’s gone!

And then those children’s voices said: Dharm Darshan went away!

Maybe the children are the children of the zephyrs.

I was talking to that zephyr spokesman. It is way down by the water. And I said: What a beautiful place.

And the zephyr said: Yeah, it is! Heaven made that place!

I turned around and said: How did you know about Heaven?

And the zephyr said: The angels came down and told us about that place.

I am going away from the lake just now, and down the hill. And I heard that being say: Dear heart, would you thank Dharm Darshan?

“Voice of a Fly”
Soundtrack and Words
Spoken by Alice B. Clagett
18 February 2020

 

Then a little fly buzzed past my right ear, and said in a tiny voice …

Thank you, Dharm Darshan!

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In love, light and joy
I Am of the Stars

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