Building Nova Earth: Toward A World That Works for Everyone

Latest Video from “Little Grandmother”

I very much enjoy “Little Grandmother’s” (Kiesha Crowther’s) videos and I know, from your comments, that you do too.

I very much enjoyed her latest, from a Swiss workshop this month, in which she discussed changes associated with 2012.

On the pole shift, my understanding is that there will be no events of any kind that will have large-scale or planetary repercussions, save Ascension itself. Matthew Ward referred to the notion of a pole shift in passing, in a message from 2009.

“As for a pole shift in 2010—or any other of your calendar years—Earth’s orbit has been changing gradually and there will be no dramatic geological effects.”  (Matthew’s Message, March 10, 2009.)

I’m not hung up on the matter. Take what you like from her latest video and leave the rest.  She’s definitely a force for good on the planet.

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  1. She seems to be very grounded.

  2. Than you Steve for posting this video. It is wonderful.
    PD :-)

  3. Thanks, Steve,

    I hadn’t heard of her before. She is very grounded, I agree. She would be wonderful to hang out with and, that’s not the point. She’s obviously doing great work and is a blessing and reminder of our role(s) in this whole experience.

  4. Hi Steve,

    Kiesha Crowther is really a lightbeing. I always enjoy her video. Here is another video of Little Grandmother in Switzerland.

    http://www.vimeo.com/16812713

  5. Notice that she says Earth is ascending and taking those who are ready with her. Ascension will take place ON THE PLANET.

  6. This video popped up at me the other day, without me really looking. It drew me in at first but I must’ve been in some kind of mood because I felt the “cheesy factor” was sort of high. But it did lead me to watch several other Youtube videos of her own (titled “One with Nature”), where she comes across much more warmly and personal and even got me in a better mood. Everything she says is from the heart and I think she’s great.