Smokey Tetons

August 24, 2011 — Jackson Lake Lodge — lobby wifi – 3: 20 pm

My time at Jenny Lake Campground ran out (one week max per campground).  That very spot I camped by, by the way, is said to be right on top of a major center of higher-dimensional Lemurian civilization, which lore has it inhabited the ancient Pacific island Lemuria (like the legend of Atlantis, but in the Pacific and predating Atlantis).   As Branton of Biblioteca Pleyades notes on  http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/hercolobus/esp_hercolobus_60.htm :

“Another ‘Survival Center’ for refugees of the world-wide cataclysms which the Telosians believe will eventually devastate the surface of the Earth, is said to be below the general area of Jenny Lake, Wyoming, near the Tetons. The Tetons themselves have been the alleged home of a mysterious race, according to different sources, and extremely ancient stone ‘buildings’ have reportedly been found high atop these peaks – Branton).”

Telosians are believers/followers of Telos, the Lemurian higher-dimensional center reportedly existing somehow within Mt. Shasta in Northern California.  Some time ago I read “Revelations of the New Lemuria (TELOS, Vol. 1)“, an easy-read uplifted paperback by Aurelia Louise Jones, who reportedly channeled most of the information.  Whether any of it is true or not, I found its positive message relevant and inspiring.  The Tetons Lemurian center, as well as the mythical kingdom of Shambhala are briefly mentioned in it as well.

I didn’t make it up to “the saddle” near the top of Grand Teton (yet?), but climbers I met at the bar in Moose one night did tell me building ruins are up there, almost at the very tops of the peaks.  They assumed they were “probably retreat cabins for vision questing”, but truthfully nobody knows (at least not archeologically/scientifically speaking) who built them, when and what for.  Anyhow, nice place to camp at the base of.  :-)

A short rain shower came just minutes after all was packed up and stuffed in the car.  Lucky!  With the lightning and unpredictability of quickly coming and going thunderstorms, I decided to go for a scenic drive north instead.  Undecided if I stay in the area for more hiking after the weekend and enjoy town for a weekend, or if I head… west, east, back south… or something…  What is calling, though, is retreat practice.  More on that perhaps another time.

A quickly growing wildfire jumped to over 3500 acres within days and filled the valley with eye-stinging smoke yesterday morning.  Wind and rain improved the air a bit today.

Started by lightning and allowed to burn remotely, temperature inversion has it fill the valley with smoke overnight...

Much much clearer air than Wednesday.

But that doesn’t take away from the park’s grandeur…

the tallest one is known as 'Grand Teton' - elevation 13770 feet (4198 m)

Overlooking part of Jackson Lake, on the drive down from Signal Mountain - Grand Teton National Park - August 24, 2011 All photos by Michaël Van Broekhoven © 2011

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