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  • Ole told us that in Findhorn in Scotland they invoke angels at the beginning of a meeting. Our Philosophy Group met in our Hotel Casa Mexicana and so he asked the Angel of Hotel Casa Mexicana to accompany us and give us wisdom. There were atheists and doubters and they were a bit surprisd, I am an agnostic and was surprised, but Ole is so loving that it was just fine. He said that these Angel Cards that you take one every New Year or Week or Morning and the card reminds you of some virtue, they were invented in Findhorn. I did not know that, but know the cards because my Guatemalan friend Tere ran around and gave out these cards daily. Tere died of Cancer 7 years ago.

    Ole left a couple of days ago, he sent me this photograph today, he said the last night when he returned to Hotel Casa Mexicana, he saw this tile image with 3 ngels. He sent it to me to stress his belief that the hotel has an angel. I had forgotten I had put this tile on a wall in the hotel. I designed it after Tereps death. To put it in a wall in our school where Tere had taught for many years. These angels I drew for Tere, and as several tiles were made, I put one in the hotel and Ole discovered them and Tere was a huge fan of the Angel Cards and the Angel Cards come from Findhorn and Ole just talked to us about Angels and Findhorn and....I got goose bumps on my body when I discovered all of these things suddenly being connected this morning and realized again that it is REALLY true: EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED TO EVERYTHING ELSE....
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