Posts Tagged ‘female energies’
For a few months I have been studying what researchers have written about so-called black streams. These are streams of energy that are reputed to have a range of dysfunctional effects upon human energy fields, eventually causing physical complaints and ailments, even disease.
For my own purposes I have wanted to particularly focus on what has come out of practical dowsing that I have done myself, and that I have verified many times. I have relied upon my usual “20 questions” dowsing approach to lead me towards an increasingly refined concept of what the black and white energy streams may be. From what I can gather the concensus of other people’s published opinion seems to accumulate into these primary concepts:-
- Black streams cause human dysfunction to varying degrees over time
- The cause of black streams are either the proximity and intensity of electricity, or geological faults and stresses
- Crossing streams have a more stringent effect upon the energy fields at the crossing point
David Cowan, whose work I have featured here recently, adds another dimension to this as he includes the attraction of energy paths to sites where the energies of the recent and time-honoured dead are emanating.
I don’t feel I have enough information yet to be able to specify the exact origins of black streams, or say too specifically how they are formed. What I have found out through dowsing is that they can be created by the input of negative human emotions, by death (especially violent and sudden death where powerful energy imprints are left).
From Alex Stark
Accident Black Spots
This feeds into my research on accident black spots, which I have been reviving now that the Winter seems to have eased in preparation for Spring. On some local roads that I have been travelling on my attention has been drawn to several locations in the roads where cars are likely to pass each other. Seems a strange indicator, I know, but when you have a couple of close shaves with on-coming cars you begin to take note of the spot.
Then I noticed that other cars seemed to have encounters at those places too! On a Winter’s morning, on an otherwise empty road, two cars travelling in opposite directions, unaware of each others’ locations, would more than likely pass at these specific places that I was noticing! When I later dowsed several of those sites they were a mixture of strong male energy and a weaker neutral ‘transport’ path, but always dowsing as not beneficial to humans. Often the paths of these black streams went into a gate, a hole in an otherwise perfect hedge, or a lane. A path of least resistance, I observed.
Not only did the black streams choose a convenient path, they flowed with gravity. Perhaps something as attractive as a recent grave may be able to pull the energy from that line of least resistance – I will have to test this whenever I find a convenient location. David Cowan also notes that large bodies of water may act as attractors for streams of energy.
I do not doubt that they are correct in any of these points. I have, as yet, not had cause to correct any human illness, pathology or disease through the correction of black stream flows, although I have ‘pinned’ an energy line and changed its energy from ‘unhealthy’ to ‘healthy’ in my own garden. There have only been positive outcomes from that work, so I trust this concept has some merit that I have yet to fully explore. Time will tell on that one.
Kal, however, regularly uses energy for healing work, and I hope he will add his text or comments on the effects he has witnessed over the years. His experiences add a great deal of weight to my conviction that healing is a time-honoured practise of the shaman of the tribe, and that energies can be converted for healing purposes using ancient sites.
Every time I encounter a line of electricity pylons, or an electricity sub-station, the results are categorically the same: male energy forms a wide stream encompassing the width of the electrical output. In other words, if I dowse across a line of pylons I will start to get a gradual turning of the rods as I get close, from the moment your ears first hear them buzzing. Then the rods cross for the width of the pylons’ arms, then begin to slowly un-cross as I step out from directly underneath them.
Geological Faults and Stresses
“It’s not their fault – they’re stressed!” Oh dear, back of the class Myrddyn! I have an Ordnance Survey-produced map of the geological strata underlying North West England and North Wales, so it is on my list of things to do this year to overlay the locations of sacred sites and see how they correspond to the geology of the areas they are situated in. A brief study so far indicates bedrock with a high quartz content or a similar large crystalline structure seems to be the foundation of many of the North Wales and Derbyshire sites in particular. Certainly volcanic igneous rocks, and also metamorhic rocks too. This year I plan to be much more specific about that with the aid of the GPS unit, to be able to record exact locations and correlate these with the geological map.
A subject of less discussion than black streams, the white stream is an interesting proposition. A white stream is composed of both male and female energy lines combined. They are attracted to come together to form a contra-rotating double helix stream through the power of positive emotional energy from humans and other sentient life. Yes, that’s right, we’re not the only contributors to positive energies on this planet, yet our contribution is mutually beneficial, so it seems ludicrous to waste such an opportunity to improve our environment and ourselves at the same time.
How is this unification, or conjunction of male and female achieved? Well, in the old traditional fashion – through a kind of courtship. During your interactions with energy, if you wish them to combine to form white streams, you will need the power of love energy to achieve this union. You are effectively creating the right conditions for loving vibes to be created, and in that ambience energies of opposite polarity can come together to form white streams. In essence this is the Kundalini energy, the sacred serpent, sexual energy. Some people like Aleister Crowley have taken this to extreme degrees, but at a conceptual level, and in terms of the kinds of feelings that facilitate attraction and thus bring about the ‘union of the snakes’, then this is the sentiment that appears to make it happen. Humming Duran Duran‘s “Union of the Snake” may not work quite as well. What WAS that video about? Still, good sax solo – terrible re-introduction back into the second bridge.
White streams feel great to stand on. Overwhelmingly the experience has been positive, at times too lovely for words. There is a rising trickle that tickles your spine in an enjoyable way. You feel infused and enthused, clear-headed and bright after spending time standing in the flow of a white stream, much more so where they form identifiable power centres, and the white energy swirls into an ever-tightening spiral. Turning around on a power centre in the direction of flow feels good too. Often, ideas or fleeting visions are left in your mind by doing this simple act.
I am sure there is mileage in investigating the healing effects of such a stream of energy, and the next time I’ve got a cold (which turns out to be a pentagram shaped virus) I’ll try working with a white stream, or better, a power centre formed from a white stream. Luckily, I found one near to my house only last night, so that’s handy! Interestingly, it occurred to me after finding it that the site was a very popular hiding place for lovers who park their cars in the tiny nook. How there’s a classic chicken-and-egg scenario as I try to work out whether the power centre attracts such activity, or the sexual energy enriches the power centre. I’m gonna feel like a sexual parasite dowsing that one!
The Behaviour of Male and Female energies
Sometimes the male energy emerging from a source finds itself upon or close to a neutral line. I have dowsed several cases where the two lines run alongside each other. It seems as though the neutral lines provide a trackway, a means of moving around the landscape over large distances, and their flow can carry male lines along, to places far from the original source. This is not the case with female lines, however. Female lines stay much closer to their origins, rarely venturing further than the natural confines of the source’s immediate vicinity.
Do you see how, despite the ever-shifting polarities of cultural opinion about the roles of the male and female in society, the energies around us follow some very simple ‘cosmic’ laws that govern their inherent behaviour. Like humans, their fellow sentient energy forms, these energies travel, get involved with each other, form communities, and they affect the way we perceive and react to places and objects around us. All we are required to do is understand their role, and like our ancestors, put that knowledge to good use in the unfolding course of our journey together.
Following the light, then the dark.