The spirit of God is everywhere, thus, when you're ready, you may begin to see some of the "faces" of God-Goddess in stones, trees, clouds ... anywhere you are ready and willing to find creative energy manifesting in a meaningful form, to you.
Sedona Eagle, as seen from Hwy 179 opposite Bell Rock, overlooking Oak Creek Village, Arizona, 2009: Shown here, is a resting Eagle, with its "Eagle Rock" head watching over Oak Creek Village below.
Click on the image and see the eagle in more detail. As you do this, may you ...
Dream your dreams, Let them fly higher than eagles, Reach for the highest Star So you may become All the love that you are!
The native Indian Shamen invited this eagle to watch over them in the valley of the Oak Creek where they lived.
Lynx Creek Sphinx, In Fain Park, Prescott Valley, Arizona, 2008: Here is a rock sphinx, carved by Mother Nature with her grains of sand and silt carried by wind and water. You may notice what seems to be a broken face. Ah, but wait a second, there is a new face that has appeared from the roughness of the stone and the colorings contained within! Aren't the wonders of our Father God and Mother Nature (which are one) marvelous?
Fain Park along Lynx Creek after the floods of October 2008, which moved a lot of silt, sand and rock; exposing this beautiful carving of nature. (Click on image to enlarge it.)
This stone statue is carved out of 1.8 Billion year old granite, which now forms the foundation for the Bradshaw mountains in North-Central Arizona. How long did it take to create this Wonder of Nature?
Sphinx with broken face
Spirit Faces Etched in Stone
Prescott AZ - Granite Dells Area - 2008
I call this photo, "Talking Stones" As I drove by this beautiful, formerly volcanic field of rocks, two of them caught my eye. Suddenly, I noticed these two ancient boulders that looked like two Indians having a long conversation. As this granite formation is nearly Two Billion years old, who knows how long this conversation has been going on. I say "a lot of wisdom has gone back and forth between these two"!
Talking Rocks - holding a long conversation. Click on image to enlarge.
These two stones are of one outcrop of molten rock, cooled and now revealed like statues from another time and place. This, too, is God's handywork!
Skull Valley, Arizona, 2008: (Near Kirkland Junction) Near Skull Valley Arizona are a pair of rocks that look like "kissing cousins". After driving by these rocks many times, I finally stopped to take a picture of two rocks that appear to me like an Indian Chief and an Indian Maiden looking into each other's eyes.
Skull Valley gets its name from that fact that about 100 years ago the local Indian tribe was massacred by another tribe from what is now the Phoenix area. Later, while plowing their fields, farmers would often plow up skulls, femurs, tibias, ribs and other bones of those who had lived and died here before they did!
The American Indians have legends of people and situations "frozen in stone". Could this be?
This scene was shot up canyon from Uptown Sedona, while on vacation.
Oak Creek Canyon, Near Sedona, Arizona, 2003: Here is a rock head and face, found in upper Oak Creek Canyon. I found this Indian centinal enjoying nature as he observes and watches over Oak Creek Canyon. (Click on image to enlarge it.)
Around Sedona, you may also find "Bell Rock", "Cathedral Rocks", "Snoopy", "Coffee Pot Rock", "Stove Pipe Rock" and many others when you visit this magical step back into time (about 250 million years).
In near by Grand Canyon, the stratta in the bottom, dates to about 2 Billion years old. Here, in Northern Arizona, you can feel young again, no matter what age you are.
"Vortex Energies" may be found just about anywhere in this north central Arizona landscape - not just in Sedona.
Along the ocean by Dana Point Harbor in California, an Indian looks out to sea!
Dana Point, California, Year 2000: This is a face that my father used to point out when I was a boy on occasions when we would visit this beach. Forgetting about it over the years, I noticed it again as an adult, while walking our dog Dartangnon (Darty) along the beach - and took this photo. This Indian looks out to sea what he can see as he feels the focused energies of "Mother Ocean" and "Father Sky".!
* To enlarge this image, simply move your cursor to the picture and (left) click on it.
"The rhythm of the ocean is the heart beat of the Earth." - An Old Chinese Sage, 1972
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