A Message from The Event Chronicle

Dear Event Chronicle Family,

Many of you have emailed to ask about my extended absence from our website. I’d like to take a moment to share with you as to why there have been no recent updates on The Event Chronicle.

Some of you might remember me talking about my Grandpa from time to time on Facebook.

My Grandpa was born in 1923 and passed at the age of 94 this month, three months shy of his 95th birthday. Grandpa lived through the Great Depression, the Dust Bowl, the Second World War, and was a farmer in North Dakota until the late 1940s when he moved to Washington State to build a better life for his young family. He began work as a technician at a local family dairy where he processed and bottled milk for 36 years. When he retired, the dairy closed because they could not find anyone who knew the old ways. He always had interesting tales to tell and loved to talk about his early years on the farm.

On the Family Farm, 1944

Grandpa was admitted to the hospice center earlier this month. I sat with him every day for a week until he passed. I was heartbroken for him when he developed “terminal agitation” in his final days, a condition that sometimes occurs in the dying that produces terror and hallucinations, amongst other things. He also experienced an extraordinary amount of pain as his kidneys shut down. As a Light Warrior and an Empath, I did everything I could to help him through his final days. One night, while he was experiencing a great deal of terror, I invoked “Command PB Stardust” per Cobra’s instructions that he shared with us earlier this month. Literally 5 seconds later, a woman with a harp entered my Grandpa’s room and asked if she could play lullabies for him on her harp. He calmed within moments. A little while later when he slipped back into unconsciousness, she urged my son and I to go home to get some rest and said she would stay and continue to play for him. I know in my heart that this “magical harp lady” was an angel in disguise delivering a beautiful and thoughtful gift from Source to help ease my Grandpa’s suffering. He passed the following afternoon on 11-11-2017.

Over the past several years I have read nearly all of the wonderful books published by Dolores Cannon. Dolores’ books have helped me come to terms with death, something I had struggled with in my younger years, and have learned a great deal from Dolores Cannon’s work over the years. I began reading Between Death and Life for a second time last week and it has been very helpful for me. I thought I had a good spiritual grasp on the end of life, but my Grandfather’s passing has been extremely difficult for me to process and I’ve needed to take an extended break from the website to grieve. Over the past year as his health declined I had hoped my Grandfather was holding out for The Event to happen, but it looks as though he had other arrangements. I felt my Grandpa’s presence the other night and had a long chat with him, and shared many things with him I wasn’t able to say while he was living.

The following week after my Grandpa crossed over, I helped with the arrangements, and have been hosting out-of-state visitors. Last week I packed Grandpa’s apartment at the assisted living facility that he called home for the past few months. My Grandpa’s three daughters (my mom and her sisters) do not get along well, unfortunately. I was hopeful they would be able to put aside their grievances, but sadly that has not been the case. I usually stay clear of their interpersonal conflicts and refuse to be involved, but I made an personal exception under the circumstances and have been acting as referee. It’s been quite draining and stressful, and all I want to do at this point is go to bed and hide under the covers for the day to restore my energy.

Many of you have emailed me in the past week inquiring about my absence and I apologize for not posting a message to you sooner. I was having difficulty finding the words and felt that sending this off would make the events of the past couple of weeks painfully final. I miss my Grandpa terribly and it will take some more time for me to heal, but I am looking forward to getting back to my daily routines. I think returning to my familiar patterns will help me greatly. I’ll try my best to catch up on email as soon as I’m able.

Goodbye, my friend. (August 2017)

I’ve really missed you guys, and I plan on returning to our website next week. I’ve been keeping a casual eye on the news and there are so many interesting things transpiring right now that I’ve wanted to share, some of which you’ve probably learned about already during my absence. It will take me a day to get caught up to speed with all the planetary goings-on because I’m sure there are things I’ve overlooked, as well. I’d appreciate it if you could send me links to important matters I may have missed.

There are still a few things I need to tend to before I can return to you full-time. Tomorrow, I’m cooking dinner for our American holiday of Thanksgiving, and Grandpa’s viewing and services take place over the weekend. On Monday, I take my Mom to the airport.

I’d like to ask for a personal favor of my fellow Spiritual Brothers and Sisters, Healers, Light Workers, and Light Warriors who may be reading these words. Please send healing and Light my way during your prayers and meditation. I’ve been awfully depressed and filled with sorrow and could use some help. I would appreciate it more than words can express.

I’ve also found myself in a financial bind from taking the past three weeks off and I do not have enough money to cover my December rent and bills. If you feel so guided, I would appreciate any help you can provided. Your gifts, both spiritual and monetary, are blessings that have made some dark days shine brighter and I AM so grateful for your generosity. Please visit the Donation Page on The Event Chronicle, or via PayPal.me if you are able to help me through this difficult time.

For those in the West who are spending the day with their families tomorrow, and for those of you around the rest of the world reading these words, please hug your loved ones and let them know how special they are to you.

In Light,

Laurie
Editor, The Event Chronicle

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38 Comments

  1. Dearest Laurie,

    Thank you for your personal message. It is so sad to read about the loss of your grandfather. I will be sending you healing, Light and Love with all my heart. Take all the time you need to grieve, heal and get yourself back together again. Your grandfather has been so lucky to have you as a grandchild… I wish you a lot of strength, inner force and loving warmth for the coming period. Take care of and nurture yourself! Namaste and lots of love,
    Anaclara (The Netherlands)

  2. Hi Laurie. Just sent you some healing thoughts and a few dollars too. I was starting to get worried so I’m glad to hear you’re OK.

    • Thanks so much, Dave. I really appreciate it. I’m finally getting back into the swing of things today and back to work. I have 29,000 articles in my news feeds and my apps keep crashing, but I should be able to start posting within the next couple of hours!

  3. Laurie, I’m so sorry to hear of your grandfather’s passing. It’s a terrible wrench to lose a loved one and to feel helpless in just being a witness to it. I went through a similar situation myself just two months ago when I lost my mum, to dementia. She’d stopped eating and drinking a week before she passed and no amount of coaxing could get her to take any sustenance. It’s like she’d decided she’d had enough of what her life had become and she just wanted to go on her way. In her last few days I sat by her bedside watching her life force gradually diminish and, like your grandfather, she had episodes of great distress as her body shut down. In her final hours she was heavily sedated and was very peaceful and serene when she finally took her last breath. I only wish I’d known then about the Command PB Stardust you invoked for your grandfather. As sad as the passing of your grandfather is, what a wonderful memory you must have of the comfort he was brought by the “angel” in his final hours. The way I view the loss of my mum is that she’s now flying free on her way to a new adventure whilst the family are back here holding the fort…awaiting the Event. Your grandfather looks like he was a very sweet man in his photo.

    • Thanks for sharing your personal story with me. It’s more difficult than I imagined watching someone in their final days. My Grandma passed from dementia 10 years ago, so I know some of what you must have gone through. It is not easy. After my Grandfather passed, my Mom had a dream that he was building a “secret garden” for my Grandma and they were happy. 🙂

  4. Sorry to hear about your loss. I can see now why you said in a recent reply to a comment you were getting tired of waiting for The Event.

    Certainly it would help everyone’s situation, and even then it won’t be instantaneous and would take time, which is why it needs to happen sooner rather than later.

    • I’m feeling much better now that I decided to take a little extra time off to relax after my house guest left. I’ve been a little burned out lately and now I feel renewed and ready to see this through!

  5. I enjoyed Rosemary Altea’s books that you can get from the library for free. I also enjoyed Education Of A Guardian Angel by Annie Stillwater Gray. It’s a Love Story between two souls through many reincarnations.

    • Those books sound like what I need right now! I noted the authors’ names and added them to my reading list. Thank you for sharing this with me.

  6. I was worried about you not knowing why the page wasn’t being updated. Reading your post brought tears to my eyes and reminded me of my own grandfather. Grateful you are well (I know, it doesn’t feel like it, given the loss) and sending lots of healing energy and support your way. You probably don’t even know how many people have missed your absence whether they know you personally or not!

    The harp player’s entrance just prior to your grandfather’s passing was most definitely divinely orchestrated and offers the reassurance that everything is exactly as it is supposed to be. As you know, you and your grandfather are supported by something much larger, much greater, than what our human eyes can perceive.

    I have been guided to remind you that not only is this healing available to your grandfather in his passing and afterward, but it is available to you right now, anytime you need the uplift. You are not going this alone and I have no doubt your grandfather hasn’t left you, not by a long shot! You are his buddy, his sidekick, his hero. Ask for unmistakeable signs of his presence any time you need the reassurance, and no doubt you will receive them.

    Take care of yourself and get plenty of rest. The grieving process takes time and we promise to hold the line for you until you are ready to get back. Perhaps your grandfather wanted a front row seat to all the amazing that is to soon come!

    Lots of love to you and your family <3

    • Thank you so much for your comforting words. I will think of your kindness and gentle reminder whenever I am feeling down. I feel so blessed to be part of this community!

  7. Raffaela Renzulli on

    In brotherliness,solidarity and universal profound love and light I send you all healing,blessings,inspiration and protection in unity with GOD ALL-MIGHTY INFINITE LOVE AND LIGHT present in everyone!
    Take your needed time to heal dearest soul friend and thank you so much for the great work you do in such a beautiful way!
    I am myself having not the easiest times…the energies on this world are very hard to bear-INDEED…and to me the only way to keep on going is to love,serve more and more in a profoundly selfless way…to see all that occurs in my life through the spectacles in measure to what is happening globally…so my soul takes things more quiet with less pain…thanking for all chance-faithfully looking forward to serve this world in overcoming myself-for a greater good- in spite of my so many times hurting heart….-
    It is very challenging to let go-what is so profoundly precious to our souls…-4-very lightful and
    to me more than just essentially important soul-family members of mine …went just this year – one after the other into the light pillars of the “Golden Age”…so my dear and precious friend…I do understand you for sure-…
    In our souls we know that WHOM we love so much “is actually living NOW more ALIVE THAN ever before…” but in in the feeling”of painful bereavement”we humans have the tendency to not realize this fact because of the visual missing of the deeply loved ones.-
    But as I know for myself-that these wonderful ones who are gone out of my physical view-see and my pain and tears in their new reality profoundly…I get another sense in the proving circumstances…I do not want to harm their souls-because I know suddenly- they want me to know they are still alive,near and well-and want me to see me happy looking towards a positive faithful future of realization…

    We miss this living “world of incarnation”…feel alone…cut up in the deepest heart…if we are not wise…and if we do not listen to our HIGHER SELF.
    So dearest Laurie I just want to tell you that I know you are a precious and blessed soul and that you will attain your lightful destination in a wonderful way!
    Much love,light and heart-filling inspiring OM Raffaela

  8. Nikolas LeTouareg on

    Thank you for all your work, we think of you, we send you a lot of love from France!

    Sorry for my english, I’m french !

    Nikolas

  9. My condolences for your loss.

    It is hard to lose those close to you, especially when you hold hope that the world is going to be better hopefully one day soon. You want all those special people to see the better world and partake in it with you. Unfortunately, some people are unable to make it to that special time.. it hurts, but they have purpose elsewhere.

    My energy and prayers are being sent your way.

  10. Greetings Laurie,

    Sorry for your loss, I can only wish you good speed in your grieving process. Thanks for sharing your Grandpa’s wonderful, rich history with us, you have every right to be very proud of his legacy! I think this is probably one of the most important stories of the 21st Century. Start with the Michael Quin YT interview – watch till the end, it just keeps coming.. Michael’s a rare whiz kid genius – AI granted citizenship in SA, Crypto link.. I’d watch Michaels interview first (the first link) but 1st and 3rd links are in the YT description of the 2nd link below.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSn7I
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpzZ7C5FsnU
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYdIa

    Wishing you well.
    Kerri

    • Yikes! Those videos must have been good because they no longer exist! I wish I could have seen them. If you come across anymore video links please send them to me.

      Thanks for your kind words.

  11. So sorry to hear of your loss. Your Grandpa sounds like he was a genuinely nice guy. A true American. We need more like him today, not less. Sounds like he really lived. By that I mead he led a full life, and more importantly he was loved. You’ll see him again, of that I am certain. Just like your Grandpa, you are making a difference. PS: I did wonder what had happened.

    • We’ve all lost a lot with the older generations now passing on. It was fascinating to hear first-hand accounts of the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl. Being an old farmer, the man could fix ANYTHING. Something that is severely lacking in the younger generations and throw-away culture of today. My Grandpa would go on epic rants about “planned obsolescence” – and he was right! God-forbid you bring shame to the family by calling a repair man! I can almost hear him now… haha 🙂 The greatest gift my Grandpa passed on to me was the ability to analyze objects and fix them by studying how they work. I once fixed my basement’s sump pump when the water alarm was going off at 3am with a twist tie and a rubber band, and last month I fixed the garbage disposal on the kitchen sink without having to call a plumber. I spent a lot of time with him in the garage when I was a kid and as a result I’m now a lady who is not afraid of power tools or table saws. Thanks Grandpa!… and thanks to you, Jack, for making me smiling and bringing back fond memories.

  12. After something like that, how can the Protoi possibly call the “Command PB Stardust” a negative creation using Orion technology?

    I have finally found the lie to catch them in. Their cult ends with the Event, I have always been assured.

    • Thankfully, many things will be ending after The Event. The main reason I’m so passionate about this project is because I’ve always wanted the truth, the Real Truth, of EVERYTHING known to the entire planet. How great will it be when we no longer have to guess and speculate? Keep on shining the Light!

  13. I am deeply sorry for your loss Laurie . i want to thank you for all the work you do to bring light to this world .
    I will take some time today and say a prayer to creator as i look out on the mountains in the northern rockies and send healing and abudance your way
    Trust me, i know the pain of loss all to well
    And you will rise and thrive again

    • Thank you for thinking of me in your prayers. Your healing thoughts and abundance wishes feel like rays of sunshine upon my face. It’s the magic of the mountains! 🙂 My biggest dream is to live in a cabin at the foothills of the Cascade mountains. The energy of the trees and rocky giants are songs to my soul.

      PS You do beautiful woodwork! <3