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Thank You, Everyone! Farewell, Sedona!

I’m sitting here in Phoenix Airport awaiting our flight to Vancouver.

Dave Schmidt has driven D’Arcy, Kathleen, Graham Dewyea, Geoff West and I to the airport, where we very reluctantly said goodbye.

Prior to that we bade goodbye to Blossom Goodchild, Stephen Cook and Anthony Morrison over breakfast before they set off for the Grand Canyon. There’s some speculation that the Grand Canyon has a special meaning for White Cloud. Perhaps we’ll hear about that later.

Was it all a dream? What one participant called a “love fest” was, for us at the front at least, a special occasion that we’ll never forget. Someone asked me at our table, where sat Blossom, Suzy Ward, Mike Quinsey, and Linda Dillon, who was the keynote speaker at our conference and I immediately replied, “A 19-year-old named Wes Annac!” Well, 19-billion-year-old, I suspect.  I personally could not claim to have a fraction of the knowledge that Wes has! I’m sure the rest of the honored speaker-guests would humbly agree!

There were so many surprises at the conference – Mike channeling SaLuSa directly, Linda channeling the Divine Mother, Gaia and Archangel Michael, Blossom staging Shirley Valentine and then the wonderfully deep wisdom of White Cloud (and the Federation), Commander Ananda, one of Sierra’s braid-ins (it takes too long to write “braided walk-ins”) speaking for the first time through her, Wes addressing the conference by Skype after his son fell sick, Stephen Cook falling into a deep trance during Linda’s talk (I have it on video), Genii announcing the leap in progress with the City of Light over Sedona that occurred as a result of the two conferences, on and on.

But the biggest surprise was the bonding – I’m tempted to say, “fusion” – that took place among the entire group of starseeds that gathered in Sedona. Truly it was a love fest.

Suzy Ward expressed it this way: “Attendees, speakers and support staff at both 3-day 2012 Scenario conferences felt the phenomenal love energy that prevailed throughout our time together. ” (Matthew’s Message, Oct. 21, 2012.) Indeed that is a true statement for me as well.

I’ve had the chance to speak to as many of you as was humanly possible and I’ve benefited greatly from hearing how from you. I feel a deep connection and warm sense of fulfillment out of what we all accomplished spiritually there.

They’re announcing pre-boarding for our flight now so I’d better hurry to get this off.

Before I go, I want to thank Sierra for sourcing the conference, Stephen Cook and Dave Schmidt for doing so much the of the organizing and other heavy lifting, Anthony for all the graphics, Jeniffer for anchoring the conference, Suzy for assisting at it, and the dozens of others who joined together to make it a reality.

It’s my intention to transcribe the conference presentations. Jules has already offered her assistance and I welcome others coming forward to join in that effort. Please write us via the “Contact Us” form or leave a comment here. Some have offered in Sedona and, if I don’t get back to you, then I’ve misplaced the pieces of paper on which we all hurriedly recorded our intentions. Just write us again, thank you.

For the rest, I’ll be taking some time off this evening just to rest and then back at the keyboard by perhaps noon on Saturday.

I learned a new word at the conference: Obamanos. Vamanos is Spanish for “let’s go,” right? Obamanos is Spanglish for “let’s go, Obama!”

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