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Driving forces of nature finally emerge !
|Important: this is no fiction or make-believe. Take your time while looking at the pictures on this website. Some of them are pretty evident, but you may have to give your eyes (and mind) the opportunity to adjust to the specific nature of the photos.©2003-2012 Leon Stam|
Would we treat nature less indifferently if the forces behind nature´s processes became visible to us, had a "face"? Literally. Could it make us reconsider our views on nature and eventually stop us messing around with her? It might...Well, paradoxically, it looks like our own technological evolution is going to achieve just that. I will tell you upfront that you will probably find it hard to believe the pictures on this website are real.. Or you might not see anything at all, for that matter.
Because, as said earlier, you will have to give it a chance. Try to look differently. You may have to learn to see beyond the veil. There's definitely more than meets the eye at fisrt glance! Most people smile compassionately when you tell them you have experienced something inexplicable. Especially a strange experience in nature or an encounter with some unknown being or energy. We, as a species, have been so self obsessed over the last centuries (if not longer), we seem to have lost contact with nature. Lost contact with the earth we dwell.
Summer 2010: Nature
as a projection screen. This strange image appeared in the water, before
my camera eye. Of course it is a bit distorted, although one can recognize
two distinct persons. The first associations I had were
Images from tap water !
I have done experiments by whirling tap water in a bowl for some years now.
Why would one do such a thing? Please read the article by Hans
Kennis and me in the
edition of the news journal of ATRANSC. The results of these
experiments are quite interesting, although they often leave us with more
questions than answers...
Autumn 2008. Look amidst the mushroom
stems. Some people asked me:"Well, you've Photoshopped this one, didn't
you?" Well, no, I didn't. I've often noticed certain
paranormal activity near mushrooms.
Since I seem to communicate with something yet unknown, I'd like to add
this to the field of (instrumental) transcommunication. This initially
stood for contacts with the dead by means of technology, but has broadened
to contact with various kinds of spirits, energies and intelligences, even
nature spirits and aliens.
Interpretation in this field of research however is not always easy. Especially when both parties don't speak the same language. In this case nature uses it's own language. And we don't speak her language anymore, so it's like learning a new language at a later age, looking at those pictures.
Look twice if you see something up there. It might be just meant for
your eyes to see. This may sound crazy, and will no doubt make science
look at this as delusion.
The last couple of years water has been playing a key role in my research more and more. Not strange if you look at the altering views on the nature of water in the last decade. The research of dr. Masaru Emoto has provided us valuable insight.
A couple of years ago I started taking pictures in water. When I started studying these pictures I discovered all kinds of images an supposedly hidden messages
The image on the left is an example.
It is a reflection of myself, my shadow in the water. And it's seemingly transformed by the wrinkles in the water and the angle of the incoming sunlight. And it's seems that there's intelligent design behind it. Something wanted this image to be projected and was able to do so by controlling the circumstances for the split second the picture was taken.
According to several people it looks lik an indian with a bird. Over the last few years I have found many images that seem tot refer to native Indians.
Strangely enough I live in The Netherlands, far from their former dwelling
grounds, so why show me Indians? This is, by the way, not the only
referral I to native Indian culture I've experienced, there are more. And
apart from all the electronic tools and very tangible (let's call it)
evidence they provide, there's an intuitive process going on that
gives a kind of inner knowing that there is a purpose behind all this and
it helps me to put the bits and pieces together.
For example, I used the Electronic Voice Phenomenon to find an answer. I asked how I should interpret these images, especially the "Indian connection". Immediately a voice responded: "Let us go back to the first life forms (or: ways of life)".
It then struck me that this is nature's way to tell us that everything
is out of balance. We are overconsuming and exhausting the natural
resources in, what ?, a couple of hundred years, leaving the world
Could it be that this is how nature shows she is longing to go back to that period in time? Just like a good memory that you think of with pleasure from time to time. Or is it a warning, that the way we treat the world is intolerable and will have consequences? I'm just thinking out loud, it seems to be up to us to act on it and really start thinking of solutions. And it all starts with a little more respect than we have shown so far
Another water reflection. This looks like an "old indian" shining through. Look at his face. Kind but inquisitive. Wouldn't you say he's waiting for our recognition? Below: "Splashing" Indian.
Note the incredible details, like hand and arm, composed of water drops.
The pictures on this website were not modified in any other way than enlarging, cropping or occasional level/colour adjustments to enhance the visibility of the objects to make them stand out more. What we are dealing with here are paranormal phenomena and they are not submitted to quality norms. On the research page I’ll tell you more about how this all fits in my field of interest, instrumental transcommunication.
The secrets of Loch Ness
When I was in Scotland August 2008 I couldn't help myself. I had to take some pictures of Loch Ness. And see if something extraordinary would happen. I decided to experiment with my "plunge" technique, which implies I throw stones into the water whilst trying to establish a mental contact with the connected energies at the same time. The picture below was taken near Urquhart Castle and definitely shows something that looks like a ferocious looking monster emerging from the water.
Reactions from people I showed it to vary from a T-rex, a dragon to a mad dog. But without exeption I found it to be associated with a dangerous animal. Of course this is not your flesh and blood Nessie, but could it be an indication that there really is something down there? Or "just" a materialization / visualization of the myth?
The keeper of the Lake...?
The picture below was taken at Loch Eil, Scotland, August 2008.
This is one of the first water sculptures that appeared on my pictures after I had started to take pictures of the impact of clods and pebbles I had thrown into the water. A quite unusual technique to make the invisible world visible...
Temple goddess or bird?
This photo was taken by Francis. I know her from work. To me she's a trustworthy person with an open mind. She brought it home from her holiday in Egypt in September 2009. Most people instinctively say: "it's a bird". But have a closer look and then read Francis' story. And then read some more background information below. It might put it into another perspective for you. It did for me anyway.
Francis: "I took this picture inside the Abu Simbol temple (Egypt). It is the second of two pictures I took in the grand hall. When I had taken the first one, I saw a white haze on the picture. I suspected it was something on the lens, so I cleaned it. After about 20 seconds I took this one. When I examined the pictures later I discovered something on the second picture. At first glance and from a distance, it looks like a bird. But I was sure there were no birds inside the temple. Neither had I spotted them outside. Intuitively I knew I had photographed an energy that had taken the form of an angel..."
A friend of mine studied Egyptology. He told me that the picture
reminded him of the Egyptian goddess Maat. Maat is the Egyptian goddess of
truth and justice, the daughter of Ra, the sun god. After the universe was
created, it was Maat who brought harmony amidst the chaos and disorder.
Maat was a concept as well as an individual. As a concept she was in law and justice and pharao's were often depicted with an emblem of Maat to emphasise their role in upholding the laws of the Creator. Maat as a goddess weighed the souls of the departed in the underworld with her feather of justice to determine whether they could reach heaven and the afterlife.
Maat was the only Egyptian god in human shape that was often depicted with wings. It is thought that she served as an example for the first Medieval images of the well-known angel. Maat was honored all throughout Egypt. Maat was often depicted holding an ankh, the symbol for eternal life.
One cannot deny there are ressemblances with old depictions of the goddess Maat, like the ones above. We analyzed the EXIF data of the picture and concluded the flash didn't go off. This makes it less likely an overexposed insect was captured and misinterpreted.
Is it unthinkable that such a strong force of nature as Maat
was and apparently still is, is still around and can show it's presence in
a mythical place like Abu Simbol? Well, you be the final judge....
How to attract our attention?
Nature's spirit seems to be crying out for us, desperately seeking for
a language we understand.
Picture below: picture of a fungus growing on a tree. Left is the original, in the middle I enhanced part of it, so the head of an "apeman" can be seen clearly and on the right you should be able to see a gnome's head. It's so beautiful to see how these images collaborate with each other, are connected with each other and are part of one another. One cannot exist without the other. That is the essence of nature isn't it? Is that what it wants to tell us? That we have to become aware of this?
If this doesn't come close to how we usually think of
fairies, I don't know what does. It must have measured about two
centimetres and was apparently hovering above flowers. Or was part of
them, for that matter. Picture was taken in the evening light.
The Latin phrase "Naturam si sequemur ducem, numquam aberrabimus"
(Cicero, correct me if I'm wrong) means: "If
we take nature for our guide,
we shall never go astray". I think there might be some truth in
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