UPDATE JAN 15, 2017


HONORING FULL MOON, VENUS’ ZENITH AND ORTHODOX NEW YEAR’S EVE – a film by Bob Altzar Djurdjevic – Jan 13, 2017 – with aerial views of the Rainbow Shower and the Anahata sacred place

Direct Youtube link: https://youtu.be/A-BatJjC6GA
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At the Pukalani swimming pool

You how this morning I posted a video of my latest recording of Amazing Grace? (see http://wp.me/p1jFeo-2cg).

And you also realize that there are no coincidences, right? If you think there are, don’t bother with the rest of this story.

Well, what happened today on my way back from my Sunday “church service” at the beautiful Pukalani swimming pool is nothing short of amazing.

I was savoring the good feeling after a strenuous exercise and sipping on my frappuccino – my liquid breakfast today – when I suddenly realized that the Jeep ahead of me on Makawao Rd had an unusual license plate: AMZGRC.

“What the heck does that mean?” I wondered.

And then, like a lightning strike, I heard the music that goes with it – AMAZING GRACE!

“Wow,” I said out loud shaking my head in disbelief, “how much more amazing can my Spirit guides get?”

I was thinking, of course, about the tune I had just posted. And then my guides got a little more amazing.

I noticed a small sticker in the right corner of the car in front of me. It read: I ❤️ANGELS.

I felt as if my Spirit guides were teasing me and testing to see if I paid attention.

So you see, you never know what can happen when you attend a Sunday “church service” at an Olympic size swimming pool with arguable the best view in the world. 🙂

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UPDATE FEB 10, 2017


Yesterday, I was guided to plant these 6 sugar cane sticks on the north side of the house as a sweet THANK YOU to the Santa Tierras and a housewarming gift for the new caretakers of the Rainbow Shower.
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Also, I was guided to plant these six red and green T-plants and money plants atop the berm that lines the creek, right next to where I had buried my Music Crystal Transceivers back in December. This is a Living Despacho of Gratitude to the Santa Tierras – right where they “live.”

I will water and care for all these new saplings until the closing date as if I were to stay here “forever.”


By the way, a few days ago, I discovered what I think was the real reason I kept getting all these injuries in this area during the last two years. It was the bones of a dead deer!

My landscaper in 2013 found a deer carcass in this area. Presumably died of natural causes. I was in AZ at the time. As I asked him, he was supposed to bury far away in the jungle. Well, about two years ago, I recall finding three of the bones in this area. They were completely dry and cleaned white by ants. So I just tucked them between that big rock and the Christmas bury tree (just off the lower right corner of the picture)
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It was only Feb 8, when I was planting the first 3 of these 6 Despacho saplings, that I thought of the bones. So I dug up the three of them, which were by now overgrown by grass, and threw them into the river away from my property.

This is also the general area in which I found a ram horn which the last flash flood had brought down and deposited on the far bank of the creek.

Interesting, huh?


In the evening, I also did sunset gratitude fire ceremony at the Anahata, the sacred place of the Rainbow Shower.

It was a happy fire. The flames were probably as high and as hot as I have ever seen them. The Santa Tierras, the land spirits or fairies if you like, slurped up my prayers from the fire like liquid ice cream. And at the end, they released again the sacred blue smoke – their sign of gratitude.

Sunset Fire Ceremony of Gratitude – Feb 9, 2017 – a film by Bob Altzar Djurdjevic – with Ravel’s “Bolero” recorded in Aug 2014 – a Musical Despacho for the Santa Tierras (land spirits – fairies) of the Rainbow Shower

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Also, take a look also at these shots of the nearly full moon that was rising over my house when I came back up from the gulch, especially the second one full of orbs!



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