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New City of Light Leeuwarden

Creation: 1999 on request
Activation: 23 May 1999
Energy: Dragon Portal to Valhalla

The next request to create the image of a New City of Light hologram came when I had just decided I would stop doing this work altogether.

Even though I very much enjoyed what I was seeing with my inner eye and creating these pictures I actually had no idea what I was really capturing in these images and was insecure about the information I received, wondering if friends and family would think I was getting crazy.

But when I attuned my inner vision to the New city of Light Leeuwarden I felt such deep love and confirmation that I decided to continue no matter what people would think of me.

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When I attuned my inner vision to the New city of Light Leeuwarden I felt such deep love and confirmation that I decided to continue no matter what people would think of me.

 

It was as if a huge dragon’s eye was looking at me, laughing at me and challenging me to jump into the unknown. It communicated to me that this New City of Light was like a harbor at the edge of the ‘rational’ world. Beyond this one could enter the realm of other dimensions, also know in former times as the Valhalla, a sacred place for powerful warriors in ancient Norse mythology. And to enter this world one would have to have the courage to enter the dragon’s eye, the dragon’s portal.

It turned out that the activation of the New City of Light Leeuwarden took place in the Bonifatius Church in the centre of town. Interestingly enough the ‘holy’ Bonifatius played a hugely important role in the Christianization of Northern Europe. One of his main ‘victories’ over the ancient Gods was that he cut down a holy oak tree and build a chapel from its wood. another remarkable aspect is that the entrance of the tower is facing north and above it is a window with a shape that vaguely resembles the hologram of the New City of Light Leeuwarden.

When I spoke to one of the participants right after the ‘activation’ of the New city of Light Leeuwarden, this woman, born and raised in Leeuwarden, told me that some of the old ‘Fries’ people still used the expression “Go to Valhalla!”, pointing to the north, indicating that is the place where all trouble comes from. And as we know during the Christianization of Europe many previously sacred places were turned into evil places by giving them names like ‘devils mount’, ‘devils chair’, hell hole’, etc. How interesting that people in Friesland would also turn the Valhalla into something bad. If anyone shut the door to the Valhalla one could say it was Bonifatius. Although I believe that the Fries people never really bowed their heads to any outward authority.

The New city of Light Leeuwarden is actually inviting us to resurrect our sacred rainbow warrior and fearlessly walk our path to freedom and enlightenment.