Allow me to introduce Dina Brands, our new Science and Technology Special Edition news editor. We’ve been aching to bring on a couple of people to bring us news, once a week, about things we hope to see coming out in the new paradigm model of a world that works for everyone. Dina is one who’s come forward to help us with this. Here’s the biography she sent us, and thank you, Dina!
Living in beautiful cottage country in northern Ontario, Dina and her two cats enjoy the serenity of the nature that is in abundance around them. Her latest creative works include jewelry made from crystals and natural fibre, for both healing and meditation.
Dina’s childhood was marked by memories of time spent in hospitals and a violent family life. During these trials she found solace in studying various religions, psychology and art. Her post secondary studies include: sound engineering, industrial design, creative writing and herbal medicine. She worked six years in the music and film industry before starting a family and moving to British Columbia. There she raised four children as a single mother and in 2009, she moved back to Ontario with her youngest daughter.
At an early age Dina had multiple visits from extraterrestrials and soon after discovered her empathic abilities. She encountered an extraterrestrial ship and it’s occupants in November of 1989, soon after moving to BC. The conversation that ensued confirmed to her the ability of telepathic communication and the power of our thoughts.
Dina has always known that she was here to make a difference. She acknowledges that part of her mission is to teach and help anchor light for Gaia. Over time, she has acquired the ability to heal and stay grounded with the help of a strong love of nature. Her numerous adventures have taken her to extraordinary places on Gaia, from shining sea to shining sky. She believes we need to respect and be in harmony with mother earth, so in turn, we will nurture harmlessness within ourselves.
“Earth does not belong to us; we belong to earth.
Take only memories, leave nothing but footprints.”