Dianne, Iritis, Seeing Beyond Our Color Spectrum

For the past several months, my friend, Dianne Laramee has been has been dealing with the eye disease Iritis - an inflammation of the iris and the ciliary muscle (the ring of colored tissue surrounding the pupil of the eye). Iritis comes from an infection in another part of the body.

What she has found amazing during this time is that she an increased ability to see color frequencies around people - their auric fields.

Dianne sees an array of color spectrums which includes colors beyond our normal visual spectrum. They are shades of blue - gold.

The gold physically looks like a golden grid. When the person is thinking about something - or processing higher information - Dianne sees an interdimensional thread coming straight down into their crown chakra. Around the golden thread she sees 'golden orbs' that spin around the thread which is made of electro-magnetic energies. The orbs spin clockwise. Sometimes that appear to 'bounce'. (This is similar to what Mimi sees when she looks through the inter-dimensional gates on her property). After the person states that they have the information the light at the end of the thread becomes visible. The end of the thread seems to seal or merge together with the light. Once it is sealed you often see the color midnight blue.

Dianne cannot see the top of the thread to know the 'point of origin' of the information.

The auric field gives off an electro-magnetic frequency. From that frequency Dianne can hear the tones associate with the color.

We all know that the loss of one sense tends to intensify the others. Partial loss of vision causes the auditory sense to compensate.

We learn that an illness brings new insights and rewards far beyond that which we anticipate.

All Seeing Eyes and Ancient Wisdom

The Right Eye of Horus/ Ra

Ancient Mystery School Teachings

Creational/Sacred Geometry

Phoenix - Birds - Feathers

Gold - Alchemy - Transformation

Blue - links with color frequencies coming in

Eye of Horus - That Which Is Above

Originally, Horus was a local god who was worshiped along the delta region of the Nile. Eventually, his cult spread throughout Egypt and was carried into Roman times, when he was worshiped along with his mother, Isis.

The falcon, or hawk, one of the first animals worshiped in Egypt, was said to be the personification of the god Horus, who made the sky. In predynastic times there arose several hawk deities, among the most important being the falcon god at Hierakonpolis in Upper Egypt, where Horus took on the form of a solar disk with wings.

When the kings of the south moved into Lower Egypt, uniting the two lands, Horus became known as the Uniter of the South and North, or Upper and Lower Egypt.

He was sometimes said to be the son of the cow goddess Hathor, whose name literally means "house of Horus."

Each evening he would fly into the goddess's mouth, and each morning he would emerge reborn.

In the most famous myth associated with him, however, Horus is the son of the god Osiris and the goddess Isis, and he avenges his father's murder by defeating the demonic god Set in a series of battles.

Thus Osiris is identified with the dead king and Horus with the living king. Sometimes the living king was said to embody within himself both Horus, the spirit of light, and Set, the spirit of darkness, reflecting the eternal strife that is always present in the universe.

In his role as defeater of Set, Horus is variously portrayed as a mounted warrior with the head of a falcon and as a falcon-headed man with a large pointed spear driven into some foe.

In one version of the myth, Horus had his left eye, which signified the moon, wounded in his battle with Set, thus giving rise to one explanation for the moon's various phases.

The eye was healed by the god Thoth, and the restored eye, known as the udjat, became a powerful amulet.

Various "Horus gods" also appear in Egyptian mythology.

Originally, many of them were separate deities, but eventually they were all blended into one and were considered various aspects of the same god.

Among them are Harpokrates, Harsiesis (Horus the son of Isis), Harmachis (Horus who is on the horizon), Haroeris (Horus the elder), Horus-Behdety (Horus of Behdet), Horus Khenty en Maathyu (Horus at the head of those who see not?, also called blind Horus), Horus Khenty Khat (Horus at the head of the belly?), and Horus Netcher Nedjeitef (Horus the god, he who avenges his father).

Dreams of the Eye of Horus

The Eye of Horus - Udjat, Wadjet