Thursday, October 13, 2016


Dear friends,

It has been a few weeks since my last blog post and alot has happened in a very short time. I really don't know where to begin to share all of this information with you, but first, I think I should stress that the highlight for the month of September 2016 was definitely my trip to Russia, which was inspired by my reading of the Ringing Cedars books ( and my desire to visit the dolmens and Vedrussia kins domain settlement. I traveled to an area in Southwest Russia near Krasnodar which is near the Black Sea and surprisingly warm. I brought many of the wrong clothes with me, imagining it would be cold in Russia (and perhaps this would be true if I was visiting Moscow or Siberia instead), but I was pleasantly surprised to find the weather quite nice where I was, albeit hot at certain hours of the day.


I arrived in Krasnodar mid-morning and was met by my tour guide and translator, Yuri Smirnov. Yuri lives in the area near Vedrussia kins domain settlement and was with me every step of the journey. He worked hard to make sure that everything I experienced during my trip was good. He was enormously kind, patient, and helpful.

When we arrived at Pshada in the late afternoon, I was exhausted from the 14 hour flight and the additional three hour drive to our rental home. I asked that we have a quiet afternoon and not do much of anything except rest and eat. Nonetheless, we did manage to pay a short visit to a dolmen called "Mother's Heart" which was just steps away from our temporary residence.

I visited this dolmen several times during my short visit to Pshada, and it was here that I would receive what can only be described as a massive activation regarding how I can best be of service to God and Mankind while I am still in this body. It has become clear that my soul is directing me to help orphaned and foster children as well as those children who have not been properly parented due to their own parents being addicted to drugs. I will write more about this in a separate blog post for those who are interested to learn more.

Regarding the dolmens... some of you may not know what a dolmen is, so let me explain. Dolmens are structures built by people from an ancient Vedic civilization. These people, who were part of a very advanced Russian civilization, made a choice to go into the dolmens to spend the rest of their existence in eternal meditation. They did this in order to help future Earthlings. Our ancient friends foresaw what was going to happen to humanity. They knew that the dark occult forces would cast a spell over our world, causing billions to lose their connection to God and forget who they truly were. And so these kind Vedic dwellers, who were part of the tribe of pristine Mankind, wanted to help the sleeping masses and they determined that the best way they could do this was by "storing" their knowledge inside the dolmen stones for future retrieval.

For many years, perhaps centuries, nobody seemed to know the true purpose of the dolmens. Some thought they were tombs and these people created graveyards around the dolmens. Others thought they were simply tiny shelters. It was not until the Ringing Cedars books were published in the early 1990s, and Anastasia (the heroine of the books) talked about the true function and purpose of the dolmens, that people began to visit the dolmens again in large numbers seeking to recover pieces of themselves that may have been lost to time.

Most of the dolmens are located in the middle of a forest where there are no other enormous, mega-ton stones in sight except for those that were used to build the dolmens. As you approach the dolmens, there is a very strong energy and for those who are sensitive, you can sense you are entering sacred territory. The structures themselves are a mechanical marvel and it remains a mystery how the stones were brought there, deep inside the forest, and how they were cut and fitted together in such a way that the dolmens would remain standing for centuries. (I personally think levitation was used to move them -- not sure how they were cut with such precision). Regrettably, there has been a long history of dark forces with an agenda to destroy the ancient wisdom of Vedic Russian civilization. These forces still exist and seek now to create WW3 with Russia. These undesirable, parasitical entities recognized the power of the dolmens and tried to blow some of them up in a feeble attempt to destroy the wisdom held within them.

Nonetheless, the wisdom remains whether the dolmen has been blown up or not. Each dolmen contains a soul and souls cannot be destroyed and so visitors to the dolmens can still access the ancient knowledge they left behind.


On our second day, we visited the "Festival of Positive Creation" which is a gathering of more than 3000 souls who converge on a large and sacred piece of land to celebrate life, participate in ancient Vedic dance and song, eat healthy vegetarian food, and sell their wares. Here are a few samples of the outstanding artwork that was for sale at the festival.

Here are some of the beautiful people that were in attendance at the festival

And here is a glimmer of some of the other things that were happening at the festival

This is one of the vegetarian restaurants where people attending the festival could find DELICIOUS food!

Interestingly, I saw several swastika symbols for sale and Russian people proudly wearing them. To the Russians, the swastika is an ancient symbol of the movement of the universe.


We visited the oceanfront city of Gelendzhik and later returned to the Festival of Positive Creation where we visited more dolmens and enjoyed the late afternoon.


A visit to the famous Tekos boarding school where children aged 11 and up are sent for their education. The headmaster of this school, Mikhail Petrovich, has created a unique learning environment for these children. Amazingly, the children build and design all of the buildings and everything else on their campus. They learn to become expert carpenters, woodworkers, architects, brick layers, etc. and these are skills that no other school that I am aware of teaches. I think all schools should teach this kind of stuff.

Additionally, these children are taught that all of their disciplines are interconnected and should be seen as a whole. They learn extremely quickly and can move through an entire 16-year curriculum in just two years. Before taking on an educational task, they sometimes call on their ancestors to help receive ancient knowledge about the topic they are studying. Below are some photos from this amazing school.

Here is a room built especially for plants so the children can learn about growing things.

Here is some of the artwork created by the students.

Behold the artwork on the outside of this building -- all created by the students!!!

And here is an outside deck where the students practice their ancient dances when it is nice weather. Of course, the students built and designed the deck themselves.

Some interesting artwork from inside one of the buildings

The following photos were taken inside of the dance hall while the female students were having a lesson. Note the outstanding artwork, even on the very tall ceiling in the second picture. Note also that there is not an overweight child in the bunch. Every student at this school is in perfect physical condition. This is partially because of their diet, which is meat-free and GMO free (Russia does not allow GMOs), but also because dance and martial arts are a fundamental part of their curriculum.

More artwork from other buildings

One of the apple trees ready for harvest at the school

In general, I thought this was a very interesting and beautiful school, however, there were some things I did not like about it. First, the school is run on a military model, meaning the children are VERY disciplined and I believe they start their day at 7:30am and go until 7:30pm. I did not hear any laughter or joy coming from the students. Some of them are given the job of "guarding" the buildings and are dressed in military garb, including black boots. Nobody gets in or out of the buildings without being escorted by a student/guard. The rooms where the boys sleep were devoid of any sign of life. There were mattresses and the rooms were impeccably clean, but there was not a single pillow or even a blanket to be seen. Sterile is the word that comes to mind when describing the boys' sleeping quarters.

The students are at the school 11 months out of the year, which means that they are away from their families most of the time and placed in an environment where love and the importance of family appear to be completely missing from the conversation. When I asked our tour guide whether the students learn anything about healthy relationships or about pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting, she looked at me strangely and flatly said "no." Naturally, this information is not part of a governmentally-approved curriculum, yet in my not-so-humble opinion, it is the most important information of all.

So, despite the fact that this school is promoted as one of the grandest of all, I trust that in the not-so-distant future, there will exist much greater and more complete forms of education within which HUMAN LOVE is the most important "discipline" discussed. I intend to be part of this revolution in education.


On this day, we visited the "City of Dolmens" which was absolutely remarkable. Walking through the forest, admiring the colors and the wildflowers, as we got closer to the river, suddenly there appeared an entire city of dolmens. In one area, the structures were erected in a horseshoe shape with one dolmen in the center and many surrounding it. I think I visited close to two dozen dolmens, all located in one very small area – all part of an ancient civilization of very advanced souls. Despite the rain and the cooler temperatures on this day, there were still a good number of visitors, probably most of them having read the Ringing Cedars books.

In some of the photos below, you will notice that there are dolmens in various states of disrepair. This is because of the bombings mentioned earlier. Still, the energy of these structures is VERY powerful.


On this day, Yuri hired a special driver -- one that is fearless and very skilled at 4-wheel driving through the back country and rivers near Pshada. This driver had a special jeep that took us through some amazing terrain and I was smiling from ear to ear almost the whole time. It was incredible fun!!!

This is our driver

And this is Yuri, proudly preparing to videotape the amazing ride we were about to embark on

Here is some of the terrain we covered

Suddenly, in the middle of the deep forest, we came upon a resort where our driver parked the jeep. Here at the resort, in addition to renting rooms and building a natural pool for people to swim in, they also sell honey. The word "MEAb" means honey in Russian.

Yuri and I continued our journey from here on foot to visit a waterfall

As we got closer to the waterfall, I noticed a strange green thing hanging next to the waterfall. My immediate thought was "who put that ugly green coat on the tree right next to the waterfall and left it there to interfere with this beautiful image?" As I got closer to the waterfall, I could see that THIS is what was actually on the tree.

She's not the most kind or inviting looking creature, but Yuri said she is there to protect the waterfall.

Here are some nice photos that Yuri took of me at the waterfall -- and luckily I was standing in front of our green friend so she cannot be seen.

On the way back, we encountered some animal friends, and this reptile was a GREAT swimmer!!!

Then we headed back to the jeep and drove over to visit a few more dolmens


Today we left Pshada and headed for Vedrussia kins domain settlement about 45 minutes from Krasnodar. Our drive took about 3 hours and there were some pretty things to see along the way. Here are some awesome pictures of the Black Sea between Gelendzhik and Novosibirsk.

Here is a photo of Yuri and our young driver who both live in the town of Ilyinsky, near the Vedrussia kins domain settlement

And here is the roof of a church in Ilyinsky with Russian Orthodox Christian Crosses on top. These unique crosses are everywhere along the roads between Pshada and Ilyinsky confirming that Russia is a Christian nation standing strong against the New World Order.

And finally we arrived at the Vedrussia kins domain settlement, where I spent one evening amongst these beautiful people and their animals. Of course, we had no way to communicate with each other since I do not understand Russian and they do not understand English. During breakfast, the little one sat down next to me and without having to say a word, we simply shared the fruit I had placed on the table until it was all gone. She is so darn cute!

Here is the woman of the house who has created quite a masterpiece of a kins domain. In addition to the main living space, she has also built a separate kitchen building with a huge dining and den area, along with another totally separate cabin for visitors. I stayed in the cabin and was impressed with the gorgeous woodwork and attached greenhouse where plants were flourishing in abundance. The only problem was that the shower was not working properly so I had to fill a plastic tub first with hot water and then add cold water and use a ladle to rinse myself off. I did not like this much but I guess you have to make some sacrifices while staying at a kins domain.

Also, it's a little sad to me that she is no longer with her partner. One of the main purposes for creating a kins domain is to help bond the family. In this case, it did not work. Not sure why but I hope we figure things out because enduring human love is the most important thing of all.

One other thing to note is that this mama had no worries about leaving her very young child alone at the domain. She simply drove off several times while I was there, leaving the little one completely on her own. Obviously, she felt completely certain that her child would be safe. I, myself, was not so sure, but as it turned out, the child was just fine.


This day we took a tour of Vedrussia Kins Domain Settlement and spent some time at their wonderful school.

Here the children are taught the Russian alphabet, which contains letters and glyphs that are very different than any of the English letters. The teacher explained to me that the children are taught that each letter is associated with an image. Each letter contains a full message. Here are some pictures of the letters and the images that go with the letters.

Unlike the energy at the Tekos school, which was very rigid and controlled, the energy at the Vedrussia school was delightful, playful, happy, and joyful. When the children were not busy learning, they were smiling and running and playing.

Even inside their classrooms, the energy of joy and happiness was palpable

A gorgeous and kind man named Valeryi was our tour guide at the settlement

He showed us some beautiful places around this 9 kilometer (5 miles) settlement that is approximately 10 years old and houses 230 families

Valeryi also gave us a tour of his own domain where we met his beautiful wife and where we snacked on some living food from his land and shared the honey with the bees

All in all, it was a very rich and wonderful day. I truly enjoyed this experience.


Today we visited a beautiful church and then drove back to the Vedrussia settlement to visit the school while the children were learning their English lessons.

Here are some pictures from the church and I apologize that a few of them are out of focus. The artwork in this church was outstanding. In fact, just about everywhere we went, the artwork was outstanding.

This woman rode with us from Ilyinsky to the Vedrussia settlement. She recently returned to Russia (her Motherland) and is thinking of creating a kins domain at Vedrussia. Isn't she beautiful? She talked quite alot, in Russian, and I was glad when I found out she was not going to be with us for the whole day. If she was to spend the whole day with us, that would mean three people, one of whom talks alot, would be speaking Russian all day. And since I don't understand a word of it, this would certainly have made me feel isolated and bored. Next time I go to Russia, I will make sure I take lessons in how to speak Russian before I get there.

Here we are at Vedrussia kins domain settlement visiting the school. Students aged 7-9 are having their English lesson (English is mandatory in Russia). All the students are fast at work, taking their lesson very seriously. The teacher, whose name is Anastasia, explained to us that the students do not receive grades for their work (although they must pass their state exams). Instead they receive a sticker each time they complete an assignment. The students get to choose which sticker they want and spend some time sorting through their choices. The students are so motivated by the stickers that they often ask for additional assignments so they can complete them and get more stickers. I witnessed this first hand.

Here is the teacher whose name is Anastasia. Anastasia says she prefers to teach in this school than in a traditional school because the students here are kinder and very interested to learn.

Here is a book and some of the English lessons that the students are working with on this day.

Next, we were invited to spend time with older students, aged 13-15, who were also having their English lesson.

I was interested to see that 4 of the older students had tee shirts on with messages that were written in English

At one point the teacher asked me to be part of the lesson because she felt that it would be beneficial for the students to hear English spoken by a native speaker. I was proud and excited to participate.

Next, it was time for the younger students to have their lunch, but before the feast, they circled up and said a prayer.

Then is was time for Yuri and I to head back to Ilyinsky, but before we left, the little girl on the right came bounding over to me, stood right in front of me and said "HELLO!" She must have heard that I speak English and she wanted me to know that she, too, speaks English! Her enthusiasm with regard to wanting to talk to me in English made me feel so happy. Her energy was just so bright and cheerful. These little girls are just two of the many children at the Vedrussia school (there are about 70 in total) who are growing up in a whole new way and will be living their lives at the cutting edge of creating a New Earth.

For those who would like to see some videos, the following are from the classroom of the older students at the Vedrussia school. At one point during their English lesson, one of the students suddenly asked if he could play us a song on his guitar and the teacher said yes! This student played two songs, one in English and the second in Russian, and then another student asked if he could play the piano for us, which music was so beautiful, it attracted the attention of other people nearby. Here are the videos and if you can't play them on blogger, you can watch them on facebook. See links below.

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DAY 10

Time to head back to the U.S. Here is a picture of the sunrise, followed by a picture of another beautiful Russian Orthodox church.

And here are some last minute pictures I took at the airport so people could see how different the Russian alphabet is from English. There is no possible way I could read the signs because the glyphs are so very different.

All in all, my visit to this settlement, and especially the school, was definitely the high point of my trip. The positive feelings that were evoked during my visit here will stay with me for a long time.

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