by Paradise Newland
- Act one, scene 1.
- The Gathering of the Partners
of the Sirius Institute is called for 11/23/92. We have a group
of highly creative, committed individuals in intense meeting with
each other as they come together to work out the next stages of
the dolphinization of the planet. The last several months since
the most recent partners were added have seen each person off
on their completion orbits, collecting the various elements and
components to go forward with the various projects of the Institute.
The presence of the Institute in the community is well received,
the ohana feeling in the Puna area is open and friendly. This
extends beyond as well through personal contacts as well as internet
contacts around the world.
- To date, the Institute
has had a week long habitat at the black sand beach known as Kehena.
Here, the dolphins came in to greet them and show up regularly
to swim with the people. Sometimes they even come right into the
shoreline so the children can play with them.
- One of the functions of
the Institute is to be a connector amidst the global grid link-up.
As per the Sirius Connection 420, the Mother ship. Part of the
work of the partners is to make contact with all the pod members
and bring them on-line. This means getting closely involved with
the partners and remembering what their part is in the dolphinization
of the planet and the humanization of space, and then being the
complement so that their vision can be brought forward, made real.
- August 15, 1992. Update.
Joy is exciting her next child. Plans are underway to be in our
new home, along the ocean, with our own natural heated pools,
in the home of the Sirius Institute. The dolphins are coming and
going freely as they each come in to meet face to face their human
partners. The habitat is a real time place at the former DeLuz
property and area where the interface between us and our ohana
of the sea is being openly explored. We are having lots of fun
sharing our respective domains. The Virtually Real, Virtual Reality
system that we are creating with our partners allows the experience
to be widely spread and easily accessible to any who wish contact.
We have an abundance of resources to facilitate this.
- The pulse of inspiration
that brought all of this into being is the pulse of new life coming
to this planet in the accompaniment of the dolphins. For all these
years my guiding vision was the vision of beings emerging here,
into the waters of the mother with dolphins gathered round to
celebrate the arrival of the new ones. Joy very much wants to
deliver this child this way and know complete fulfillment. This
is one of the many projects that the Institute is currently involved
- This home of the Sirius
Institute is also the Embassy of the Cetaceans. It is a place
where we bring our very finest in service to these beings who
have given so much to us already. It is where we bring the beauty
of technology with a heart to the service and wellbeing of all
of humanity and the world. We are creating a new community along
the coast called New Philadelphia. It is the meeting place for
us as we come together as ohana, neighbours. The area is set up
so that we share easy access with each other into our homes. Dolphins
can come visit us, swim up a canal, into our living room, kitchen;
or visit by the The VRVR. We initiate just being together and
opening to our connection. We have this set up so that all the
Cetacea who come to us come of their choice. We open the door
(our heart) so they can come in.
- October 14, 1992. John
Lucy Kehena Newland was kissed awake by a wave at Kehena Beach
on August 18, 1992 at 16:53 pm. He entered this world with one
foot first as a footling presentation and was welcomed by a circle
of love and dolphins offshore playing, suckling their young, making
love and delivering one of their own. My son has a dolphin counterpart.
He came in with one foot in this world and one foot in the other
world. He is the bridge between the worlds.
As he was born I felt a crack,
saw the opening take place as Barbara was helping him in, and godmom
Gwennie heard the crack. Several weeks later, Estelle Myers was
in Panama City Beach, Florida, where she accompanied a friend who
then gave birth while swimming with the dolphins she had been swimming
with daily for over three years.