Hello, sylphs

We tend to get a lot of sylph activity over our house, probably because of all the orgonite on our property, including three CB’s. Today we saw some beautiful ones right over us, while the rest of the valley had just blue sky and puffy clouds. I think they like our labyrinth, too. :-)

There’s been some controversy on the internet about sylphs, mainly because of some successful disinfo artists out there claiming to have a special connection to sylphs. I just see sylphs as another elemental, albeit advanced ones. I think they show up to get us to look up in the sky and see things from a different perspective. It’s easy to get caught up in what the NWO is doing and get all worried about it, but when you look up in the sky and see beautiful clouds, blue sky and sylphs, all seems right with the world. They remind me that’s it’s a big sky, and a big world out there.

~ Dooney

Oops…starting it up again!

bedbuddiesYikes, it’s been four months since I last blogged! Sammy is now almost 8 months old, and he’s doing wonderfully. He’s a bit of a naughty puppy, which is to be expected of labs, apparently. His favorite tricks are: getting into garbage cans and laundry hampers and dragging the contents all over the house; dragging household items outside to chew on; putting his front paws up on the counter and grabbing food; chasing the cats; tearing up the blankets in his crate; you get the point…  :-)

All in all, though, he’s a good dog. He travels well, he sticks around the property and doesn’t run away, and he’s actually very sweet when he’s not being naughty. He and Charlie have an understanding now…Sammy does whatever he wants, and when Charlie’s had enough he gives Sammy the BIG BARK!

So where have I been for four months? I’ve been dealing with health problems, including a diagnosis of diabetes (Type 1). It’s unusual for an adult over the age of 20 to develop Type 1 diabetes, but I’ve always been unusual. :-)  I got in touch with a naturopath in Missoula who recommended a really good book by Dr. Richard Bernstein called “The Diabetes Solution.” It’s basically a manual for how to normalize your blood sugars, whether you are Type 1 or Type 2. It’s a radical (for some) low-carb diet. Since learning more about diabetes, I’m amazed that any diabetic would eat carbs. I think most believe it’s okay to regulate your blood sugar with high amounts of insulin, but from what I have read it’s damaging to the body in the long run to use a lot of insulin. I’m currently on two types of insulin at very low doses and my blood sugar levels are nearing normal.

In addition to that I’m having a lot of dental work done. This is another thing I wanted to share. I’m having my root canaled teeth removed by a wonderful dentist that we found a couple of hours from here. If you want to read some startling information, read “The Root Canal Coverup” by Dr. George Meinig. Root canals apparently harbor vast amounts of infection. From my own experience, having my first two teeth extracted has made me feel dramatically better. One was a root canal, the other just a crowned tooth. The crowned tooth was so infected underneath the crown that the nerve was completely gone. Also check out Dr. Hal Huggins at www.hugginsappliedhealing.com, another pioneer in dentistry for health.

So the point of everything I’m going through is to get really healthy again so that I can continue to kick etheric butt! After six years of chatting, though, I think I needed a break. I’m starting to get involved in the weekend chats again. I have continued my coaching work this entire time because the coaching actually energizes me and has kept me going. I have coached some extraordinary folks lately and it’s been a lot of fun.

~ Dooney

Our new baby…

sammyMeet Sammy Smith, a yellow lab puppy we just adopted. I went to the Humane Society to look at a dog I had seen in the paper and that dog had been adopted. Sammy (they call him Smitty) had been turned in a few days ago. I was charmed and Stevo and I went up with Charlie this morning to meet with him. We weren’t sure we were ready, but we decided to take him. He’s very sweet! We still miss Black Jack like crazy but I feel like I’m ready to move forward. Sammy and Charlie got along fine. It remains to be seen how he’ll get along with the cats. We’ll pick him up in a few days after he’s been neutered.

Swine flu hullaballoo

I guess I need to address this again since I’ve gotten a lot of questions about it. We’ve worked on the swine flu issue several times in the chats, mostly trying to negate the media fear-mongering about the flu itself and the supposed forced vaccination scheme. I hope you all realize that there is no way they can enforce that vaccination plan. They don’t have the manpower to force 300 million Americans to be vaccinated, in my opinion. I was recently accused of being a faker and disinfo artist because I’m not terrified about the forced vaccinations. Oh well….

The interesting thing is that the “flu” that people are “catching” comes on so quickly that there’s no way it’s traveling from person to person. Just today, one of Stevo’s patients told me that one of her kids “got” the flu at a restaurant and one “got” the flu at Best Buy. The symptoms came on so quickly that they were able to pinpoint the source of infection. Does this sound crazy to anyone else besides me?

I think all the media noise about forced vaccinations is happening to cover up the fact that people are being poisoned with a substance (probably being sprayed) that mimics the flu. We’re going to work on this issue in the chats this weekend and see if we can slow down and/or divert the energy before it snowballs into a pandemic. Speaking of pandemics, while I was visiting my grandparents recently, all the hype on TV (I don’t watch TV, so this was interesting) was about the arrival of the swine flu vaccines, and the TV reporter said how wonderful it was to have the vaccine to counteract this “increasing pandemic.” I don’t think she know the meaning of the word. If we were in a “pandemic”, millions of people would be dropping like flies. This is how the media creates hysteria.

What you will never hear on TV is how good nutrition, detox protocols and whole food supplements can take care of any flu symptoms. They’ll never tell you that a high-quality calcium supplement, in the proper form, can enable you to survive even the Black Plague (study done at Lawrence Livermore labs). You have to be proactive, do research, find out stuff for yourself and not buy into what the media tells you. They don’t have your best interests at heart. Neither does the FDA, the CDC or the AMA. Just take care of your bod, folks.

~ Dooney

Bad blogger

It’s true, I’m a bad blogger. I realized that I haven’t blogged since July! My only excuse is that on July 12th a forest fire ignited (supposedly by lightening, but I have my doubts) near our home and we spent the rest of the summer stressed out about it. We had to pack up twice for possible evacuation, and nothing puts your priorities in order quite like that. The fire is mostly out now, so I’m trying to get back on track with my etheric duties while also dealing with some health issues. If anyone is still checking this blog….thanks for hanging in there!

~ Dooney

Life After Black Jack

We’re still kind of reeling from the loss of Black Jack, but things are slowly getting better. I still see him everywhere, he was such a part of our daily lives. He sent me another dream in which he was pressing up against me as I cried. I woke up crying. The Saturday chat group boosted me this past weekend and that seemed to help. I’ve been literally frozen with grief, unable to boost or feel my heart chakra. I can’t even really love on Charlie, and he’s lonely without Jack I think.

Thank you to everyone who has sent a message of condolences, encouragement and support. It means a lot to us. If I can get past the grief I know I will feel Black Jack’s love again. I have never been so unconditionally loved in my life!

~ Dooney

Remembering Black Jack

 We had to make the sad decision to put Black Jack down last week. His health problem was more immediate and severe than we had hoped. He had some kind of mass on his spleen, most likely a tumor, and it began to cause other problems. On May 27th, he woke up in the middle of the night panting and shaking. I sat with him for two hours until he went back to sleep. On Thursday morning he rallied, but by the afternoon he couldn’t walk, wouldn’t eat or drink and he was having trouble breathing. We expected him to die Thursday night, but he made it through the night and perked up Friday morning when I forced some water into him. Within the hour, though he was unable to walk again. His belly had swollen up on Thursday, which was one of the symptoms of his spleen disorder, and had not receded like before.

It seemed it was time to let him go. He looked so tired and his poor body was so worn out. His spleen would eventually have ruptured and caused a lot of pain. We called the mobile vet who came to the house to give him the shots, and he died on the front lawn in our arms. We buried him in our pasture. Charlie scratched out a bed in the dirt right next to the grave and lay there several times over the next few days. We have been crying ever since he died, and we are heartbroken. Charlie has been looking for him everywhere and has been unnaturally subdued and quiet.

Jack has come to me twice in my dreams, and both times he looked young and healthy and happy. That has helped a lot, but I still feel I am grieving deeply. He was more than a pet – he was a loyal friend, a fellow etheric warrior, a protector and a most loving companion. He used to follow me around the house everywhere and if he couldn’t see me, he’d coming looking for me, peeking his head around the door of each room until he found me. He used to wag his tail when I gave him food, like he couldn’t believe I was feeding him again. He snored like an old man, and the house is too quiet now. His sweet brown eyes followed me everywhere and he radiated love.

A lot of you have emailed us with your condolences and we really appreciate that. We’ll get back in the etheric fray soon, when we feel we have something to give.

~ Dooney


We had a major windstorm last week, the kind we haven’t had in years. Kind of funny that we had this storm after I posted about how much calmer our weather has been lately. Anyway, we lost several mature pine trees, just uprooted and fell over. Dead trees were snapping off and one hit a glancing blow off our barn (no damage) and we were both afraid of getting hit by a flying piece of tree. Stevo pointed our 3 CB’s into the wind and after about ten minutes it calmed down to a regular windy day. We’ve calmed the wind like that many times in the past. I’ve actually calmed hailstorms (3 times) just using an SP. I pointed the SP up to the sky and just boosted through it.

This latest windstorm came out of the west, where the HAARP towers we can’t get to are located. I’m hoping the Etheric Air Force can get over here soon to gift our mountains! :-)

~ Dooney

Dooney’s forum happenings

Well, as you might have noticed, not much posting happens on my forum.  :)  It’s really more of an informational forum, although other etheric warriors do have accounts and can post. A lot of the action happens on www.ethericwarriors.com, which is more of a tactical forum for gifting and disseminating information about targets, research and activities around the world. So don’t be surprised if you don’t see a lot of new posts on my forum. If you have something you’d like to contribute, feel free to email me and if I feel it’s appropriate, I’ll post it. What I like to see on my forum is information about energy work, healing, and different etheric exercises.

I’m not going to post newagey stuff or info from the various gurus – what I want is practical, down-to-earth information from your life experience. I try to keep things jargon-free and in plain language that’s easy to understand and assimilate. I do sometimes use words that might be considered newagey, like “chakras” because I haven’t found a better substitute and everyone knows what I mean when I use that word. I came onto my spiritual path through the newage movement, and there’s always some value to a body of information. I just prefer the more rational approach, which is what I have found in being an etheric warrior. Everybody has to find their way on their own, I think, and find what works for them.

~ Dooney

Why you should get a Don Croft zapper

Well, it should be obvious why you should get a Don Croft zapper, but in case it’s not, here’s some info for you. I have my zapper available 24/7. I never leave the house without it. Someday I hope to save someone who’s gone into anaphylactic shock!  :) Here are some of the things I have used the zapper for:

Pesticide exposure: held it up to my throat when I was coughing uncontrollably due to pesticide exposure. Coughing stopped in about 30 seconds.

Pain control: anytime I get a wound of any kind on my body, I hold the zapper there and the pain goes away.

Tooth pain: held the zapper on my jaw to get rid of tooth pain. Works quickly. Stevo and I think it also gets into those pesky cavitations and root canals that hold long-term infections. Every time I zap my jaw, even if my teeth aren’t hurting, I get a detox reaction.

Intestinal discomfort: ate too much, ate the wrong thing, ate sugar, whatever….put it on your abdomen and you’ll feel better.

Rashes or allergic reactions: held it near the affected area and rash/itch has gone away.

Dogs and cats: infections, abcesses, intestinal problems (like when Charlie gets into the cat food at Don and Carol’s house :)  ) allergic reactions, wounds, etc. Works right on their fur, or you can hold it on their belly where the fur is thinner (dogs) or hold it on their foot pads.

Okay, here’s the really interesting thing I have discovered about Don’s zapper lately. I think I wrote about this in a chat post, but it bears repeating here. I think the zapper is capable of powering etheric structures. Specifically, I have felt it power the Faraday Dodec that I recently discovered. I happened to be zapping while chatting and I was given the info about the Faraday Dodec, which I believe helps cut off radionics attacks. I felt the zapper powering the dodec. I think you can do that type of dodec without the zapper, but it’s more powerful with the zapper.

Bottom line: get one and use it for everything!

~ Dooney