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Newsletter Spring 2015

Newsletter Spring 2015

Spring is coming. And it is about time. For it has been a harsh, cold and stormy winter. With difficult times for all of us. Uneasy lives, turbulent relationships. We have been suffering setbacks, disappointments, problems with the government and officials. We have been confronted with old stuff from the past, with fears and anxieties buried deep in our bodies. There have been crises, accidents and disasters all over the world and at home. It is as if the fight between good and bad, between the forces of Light and Dark is intensifying. So stand firm dear friends. The harder fights are a clear sign that the Dark forces are losing. That more and more of their evil deeds are exposed. Exposed by the Internet and by brave whistle blowers. And things are changing, changing for better, slowly, but they are changing!

Guided tours

Even though it is still early in the year, we have done several tours. All with good friends. And most of the time the weather was good. We had a few days of snow, but that was good. Then we could take wonderful pictures and get some magical Orbs. It was a bit cold, but we had beautiful clear skies. And with no leaves on the foliage trees we could see quite a lot. I did several tours with just one or two persons. Wonderful. For then you are  flexible. And you can do and see a lot in one day. I did tours with Stephan and Brigitte, with Rahel and Christine, with Adele, with Sandra and her daughter and with Elena. And I did some tours on my own, visiting places that are important to me. Let me show you where we went.

Around Rennes-le-Chateau

There is a little bit of snow at the Visigoth watchtower and some snow is covering the vineyards near Conilhac. In the sacred area we always visit the church of R-l-C, the field south of R-L-C with the four lions, the Aven cave and the caves of Mary Magdalene, the Birthing cave and the Jesus cave, the fountain of the Mother Goddess in Campagne-les-Bains, Alet-les-Bains with the water source, the abbey, the church, the Galerie des Anges and St Salvayre high up the hill, the Camp Grand in Couiza with its capitelles, Rennes-les-Bains with its magic forest, its Seat of Isis and the fountain Le Cercle and of course the Trembling Rocks and Fontaine des Amours.

 

Going East

There is much to be seen in the east. But this time only two tours were made. One very special tour where my dear friend Anneke Koremans was guiding me and a friend to the picturesque port of Collioure and to Elne, the ancient capital of the Roussillon. That was special. To be guided by a guide and what a guide! A wonderful guide. She had so many stories to tell and she knew so much about the places we visited, it was great. I can whole-heartedly recommend her! If you want to hire her as a guide contact her at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We visited the castle and the church and were treated to a flight of flamingos, returning from Africa to the Rhone delta. And because there were so few people around we could now see the labyrinth in the street directly behind the beach!

The other trip was made by myself. I went to the incredible cave of Perillos. I have visited that cave several times and every time is special. Look at the stones. Do you see faces? Or even a lady in black? Near the cave is house where I found some strange stones. They were a few years ago located a little further up the road, on the side of the road leading to the monument where on January 11th 1963 a Lockeed Constellation crashed. Look at those stones, half rock half iron.

 

Going West

There is much to be seen in the west. Think of the lovely village of Brenac. And the magic labyrinth in Nebias. The chateau Puivert, castle of the troubadours. Meet the brown Madonna in the ND du Val d’Amour in Belesta. Climb the Montsegur. Visit the Rock church in Vals with its wonderful wall paintings. Or the lovely city of Mirepoix with its cathedral and the many, curious shops. Look at the incredible caves with the statues of Mary Magdalene and Jesus in the former monastery of Carol in Baulou. And see the woman sitting next to Jesus in the St Volusien church in Foix. And don’t forget to visit the initiation caves in Ussat-le-Bains and the ND de Sabart in Tarascon-sur-Ariege. And there is more, much more.

 

Going north

Normally there is a lot to be seen up north. Think of the ND de Marceille in Limoux. And the Abbey of St Polycarpe 5 miles east of Limoux. Think of the abbey of St Hilaire where the monks invented the Blanquette de Limoux. And then the Cite in Carcassonne. But we are going a bit further, past Caunes Minervois to the ND du Cros. With its mysterious black Madonna, its spring and its lovely picknick place Then east again to the 5.000 year old dolmen de Fados. And finally the village of Minerve, surrounded by rivers. With its simple monument remembering the 160 Cathars who were burned alive at this place in 1210.

 

To the Netherlands

At the beginning of March I had to go to the Netherlands. Flying, this time, by Ryanair from Carcassonne to Charleroi. That, dear friends, is a real adventure. Passing through baggage control, customs and half undressed through security. And then arriving in Charleroi, a city that has changed completely over the past ten years. From a little derelict airport to a busting, ultra modern airport surrounded by lots of new buildings and enterprises. A great way to lose your way, as I did.

I had some business In Holland. Banks, accountant, lawyer, publisher, passport and of course meeting some friends and family. With Door I went to Zandvoort and later to Zuthpen, to a woman who made wonderful objects made of orgonite. I also visited my old home in Petten, where they now are building a new village in the sea. On the way back I made a small detour to Luxemburg and visited the church in Bastogne where a fierce battle raged during the Second World War. Then to the lovely city of Bouillon in Belgium and next a little further into France to Stenay and to the impressive, ancient abbey church of Mouzon. A beautiful place, well worth a visit.

 

March 20th 2015

A special day. A solar eclipse and a spring equinox. A perfect time to do some ceremonies. To speak out loud, to state our intentions. To condemn the dark forces who are ruining the earth. And we did. Door had especially come over from the Netherlands to perform, together with me, some special ceremonies. We started at the water, sitting by the side of the Ruissau des Couleurs at Les Labadous. Then we went up to the plateau south of Rennes-le-Chateau and sat at the fountain with the four lions. The most sacred place, in my eyes, of all Rennes-le-Chateau. Reading out loud. It was cold and windy, but we did it. And it will make a difference! No doubt about it.

Later we lighted a candle in the church of Rennes-le-Chateau and dedicated our flame to Mary Magdalene and to sacred femininity. On Sunday we visited the market in Esperaza. A special treat. It has even become a tourist attraction. And last but not least a visit to the Aven cave, or the Paris cave, a horizontal cave. It was wet and slippery so we didn’t go in too deep, but it was spectacular.

 

Easter, April 5th

On Easter morning we met in Rennes-le-Chateau. Val Wineyard was promoting her latest book called: “Rennes-le-Chateau” subtitled: “Those who know give ‘their take’ on the mysterious village and its region.” A book with seventeen different contributions of the most famous ‘Rennies.’ People who know, or are supposed to know. Among them Anneke Koremans, Tim Wallace-Murphy, Cindy Wallace-Murphy, Val Wineyard and me. Anneke had brought her latest book called: “The Eye of Ra.”

In the afternoon I went with the Swiss ladies Rahel and Christine on a ‘cave-tour.’ Visiting the Aven cave and the three caves of Mary Magdalene and returning through the valley after a daring crossing of the River of Colors.

And surprise, surprise on April 3rd my daughter Femke and her daughter Simone, together with two friends, suddenly turned up at les Labadous. Nobody knew, only Franklin, and he was able, it wasn’t easy, but still he was able to keep it secret for both Joke and me.

 

Renaissance

As you all may know, Joke and Franklin bought a house in Quillan. A big house on a good location. See my newsletter Begin 2015. They have done a lot of work, great work. Now the first floor, or ground floor is their new shop. And it looks fantastic. The shop opened its doors on April 1st, but the ‘official opening will be somewhere in May, when the house has got a fresh paint. Nevertheless look at the pictures of the shop as it is now. Good luck dear Joke and Franklin!

 

Orbs

For all the Orbs lovers among you, as usual, some new pictures. Special pictures this time, pictures of Orbs in the snow. Enjoy!

And also some pictures of strange light phenomenon’s. A strange cloud heavy with snow, light in the Eglise, one of the initiation caves of the Cathars. And a strange, hazy light surrounding the statue of Jesus in the cave in Baulou. And the sun shining though a hole in the roof of the cave of Perillos. Wonderful light phenomenon’s.

 

Books

My Dutch books are doing fine. I have got some wonderful reviews on my book “Verschil moet er zijn.” About the differences between men and women. And a great review on my new cookbook “Uit in eigen huis.” Meaning going out in your own house. The second edition of my book “Mary Magdalene in France” will be available on short notice, as will be the e-book version of this book.

I am working hard at translating my Dutch book “Verschil moet er zijn” in English, or rather American. The title will be: “Men are different.” The book is ready. It is now being screened on grammar and somewhat adapted for the American market. I expect the book to be ready at the beginning of May. It will be published as a paper copy and as an e-book. And it is full of great stories and good advice.

 

Now Available: Uit in eigen huis
Newsletter begin 2015
 

Comments 3

Guest - Cinthia Stafford on Wednesday, 08 April 2015 23:18

Lovely blog, dear Jaap! I so enjoyed the read and photos. Much love to you, always...Cinthia~

Lovely blog, dear Jaap! I so enjoyed the read and photos. Much love to you, always...Cinthia~
Guest - Elizabeth Lee on Wednesday, 08 April 2015 23:22

Thank you for a wonderful tour via your newsletter. Wonderful pictures...wonderful text..

Thank you for a wonderful tour via your newsletter. Wonderful pictures...wonderful text..
Guest - Myriam on Thursday, 09 April 2015 13:57

Dag lieve Jaap,

je hebt zo te zien niet veel stilgezeten en je bent weer naar vele mooie prachtige plaatsen geweest.
Het is inderdaad een heftig tijd waar we inzitten, vooral na nieuwjaar zijn de energieën razend snel door ons systeem gegaan die heel wat naar boven bracht over vroeger en maar ook over ons verleden die nog maar net achter ons ligt. Dit is nodig hé als we verder willen blijven groeien. Nu is de tijd er rijp voor om alles los te laten die niet meer bij ons hoort. Heb terug weer van al je prachtige foto's genoten ♥

Veel liefs Myriam xxx

Dag lieve Jaap, je hebt zo te zien niet veel stilgezeten en je bent weer naar vele mooie prachtige plaatsen geweest. Het is inderdaad een heftig tijd waar we inzitten, vooral na nieuwjaar zijn de energieën razend snel door ons systeem gegaan die heel wat naar boven bracht over vroeger en maar ook over ons verleden die nog maar net achter ons ligt. Dit is nodig hé als we verder willen blijven groeien. Nu is de tijd er rijp voor om alles los te laten die niet meer bij ons hoort. Heb terug weer van al je prachtige foto's genoten ♥ Veel liefs Myriam xxx
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