Saturday, July 27, 2013

Galactic Synchronization: 26th July 2013

We are living in amazing times. Did you feel the shift yesterday of ushering in a new era of the Galactic Synchronization? Thanks for the information Chloe...

While the Harmonic Convergence of 2012 will culminate the cycle of history with the celebration of the Rainbow Bridge, the Galactic Synchronization of July 26, 2013, will usher our planet into a new era of expanded cosmic consciousness through a formal linking with galactic intelligence.
This moment will inaugurate the new era of the noosphere (mind of the Earth), when Earth is operating as a fully conscious vehicle of unification – Timeship Earth 2013.
Galactic Synchronization explanation above is from: GROUND RULES FOR GALACTIC SYNCHRONIZATION CREWS: Preparing for The Harmonic Convergence of 2012, José Argüelles/Valum Votan, Galactic Research Institute)
for full article see:
http://www.lawoftime.org/gsc.html
* Galactic Beam: from Red Queen Blog:
 

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

PHAAA attends WIN AGM

Sunday PHAAA connected with the Womens Interfaith Network's Annual General Meeting. It was well attended enjoyed by all.

Friday, July 12, 2013

PHAAA at Innovators 2 @ Linden Gallery

PHAAA artists enjoy meeting Carly Fischer the artist of I Want to Love You But I'm Getting Blown Away at the Opening night tonight - Innovators 2 @ Linden Gallery, St Kilda. Carly has a different perspective of the waste in the environment focusing on the space. Worth having a look.

Thursday, July 4, 2013

PHAAA visits WHAKAPAPA Opening Tonight

Arundell & Mia attended the Opening of the Amazing Whakapapa New Zealand Artists at the Gallery of the City Library tonight. We were greeted with a traditional maori welcome by Janelle Wilson, who is also an artist and is a cousin of Brent Harpur. We were delighted to meet Janelle, Brent, Clinton from Losangeles and all the other artists from New Zealand that have crossed the ditch to Melbourne for this exhibition.
The exhibition is on till 31st July so do not miss out on seeing it, 253 Flinders Lane, Melbourne.