Rocks in Ceremony

Rocks in Ceremony:  76 Responses Minus Two

By Steven & Evan Strong

21/07/2022

Of the 76 survey forms completed which we hoped may go some way towards establishing how the sacred rocks and artefacts operate while placed in a circle for each person to sit inside, there are two that should be dismissed from the count, but at the same time they are essential reading. What we were trying to both itemise and quantify is that we do know these artefacts have an energy, and in some cases much more, and by giving a series of options which we hoped covered all the ways these sacred objects can interact with humans, the intention was to empirically prove that these objects are indeed magical. Yes, we are aware that employing such a mystical foundation is seemingly so ‘unscientific,’ but the ever-present problem is that no other word fits.

                Before going any further it is important to understand why three people of the seventy-six did not connect with the sacred rocks and artefacts. Two of the three had not actually bought a ticket and were acting as stand ins for two people who were unable to attend. Neither of the two had heard of our work or the sacred rocks, and on both occasions, they said and did things that just didn’t fit into the sacred brief of the day. At the time I did wonder why they even came, then realised that their attendance and lack of contact was an affirmation that if not ready for this mystical journey the rocks and artefacts in the circle know this and will deny accordingly. It was for that reason, even though no names were asked to be attached, I did quickly scan both forms before placing them in the anonymous stack. As for third person who handed in an empty sheet, no-one else stood out and outside my guess that it could be a 13-year-old girl who the rocks may not recognise as an adult, or maybe not, but either way that is the only unknown in this report.

                The evaluation form is divided into three general sections that address “was the experience directed towards,” “manner of contact” and “type of message.” What it does not include is any direct mention of what the interaction entailed, as I am not allowed to hear such business as this is the participant’s journey and the signposts are for them to interpret.

Was This Experience Directed Towards …

The three destinations were the “mind,” “soul” or “whole body.” As with all options the responses are numbered from one to ten, every choice is optional, and there were a few people who only marked out three or four of the sixteen choices on offer. In this particular category, a large percentage of the people who sat inside the circle rated all three and because of this, all responses numbered in the sixties.

                The most popular target was the soul which had 68 scores (89.5%). Twenty-four people rated this experience a ten, which equates to 31.6%, but if adding the seventeen nines and thirteen eights, that increases the combined total to fifty-four which is 71.1%. Next up came the “whole body” which had 64 entries (84.25%) of which sixteen people (21.1%) rated this a ten, once adding into this total the thirteen nines and fifteen eights the sum total is forty-four (57.9%). Third place was awarded to the “mind” which recorded 60 responses (79.75%) with sixteen (21.1%) being the highest mark of ten. When adding the scores of nine with twelve and eight which scored seven, the overall total is thirty-five (46.1%). By comparison to the other two this is a considerable drop, but when factoring eight sevens, six sixes and five fours, it seems that the body was still receiving this energy wave, but at a lower rate.

                Those less enthused by this register could claim this subjective reaction was as much a psychological construct of what they hoped would occur, and it is somewhat nebulous in interaction, to the extent that this reaction was more wishful thinking than an actual symbiotic interplay.

Workshop Survey

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Experience directed towards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Mind
 

3

2

5

1

6

8

7

12

16

  1. Soul
 

2

3

5

4

13

17

24

  1. Whole body
 

2

4

2

6

6

15

13

16

Type of contact

          

Hair stood on end

 

4

2

1

5

3

3

3

3

5

Vision

 

4

2

4

2

3

4

5

19

Voice

 

4

2

5

6

2

6

1

6

11

Telepathic contact

 

2

3

2

3

1

2

2

9

17

Chills

 

3

4

3

5

2

3

9

6

12

Heat

 

2

4

2

2

1

6

3

6

18

Feeling energy waves

 

3

1

4

4

4

6

12

39

Type of message

          

Premonition

 

2

2

3

2

2

3

1

4

14

Sensation of well being

 

2

3

3

8

11

12

23

Wisdom shared

 

3

2

3

5

5

4

9

17

Energy inflow charging body

 

2

1

3

6

6

2

10

12

22

Energy inflow charging soul

 

2

3

2

3

9

14

21

Energy inflow charging mind

 

2

1

1

6

3

5

7

13

19

TOTALS

 

35

34

29

58

53

71

115

153

295

It is possible, but the next category has seven very specific unambiguous locations or agents and is much harder to dismiss as imaginary.

Manner of Contact

In this section we wanted to narrow down how and where. Sensing rock-energy movement or stimulus of the soul is very hard to solidify, but as to hearing a “voice,” seeing a “vision” or even feeling an increase in “heat” the person responding is either telling the truth or is lying.

                Because of the breakdown into specifics the number of non-entries is much higher. With the exception of the two extremes, energy waves and hair standing on end, of the other five, the absentees all registered in the mid-twenties and one in the lower thirties for the people who sat, felt, heard or saw nothing.

                Beginning with the reaction that scored higher than any other, of the 76 people who filled out this form, 73 (96.5%) gave a rating of between three and ten for “feeling energy waves from the circle.” Thirty-nine (51.3%) stated that this interaction was of the highest  number of ten. If we throw the nines (12) and eights (6) into this mix this increases the tally to fifty-seven (75%). The reality of these encounters is that if we subtract the two people who really shouldn’t have come, with the exception of one person, everyone was accepted and tutored by the rocks and artefacts in the mystical realms through the input of their magical powers.

                The next five entries detail the specifics once that energy wave made contact and relates to how and where it made a deeper connection. Because each of these responses are not as generalised as both the first and third sections are, we are calculating the percentages once excluding the number who gave no response. We already know all bar three people were in congress with the circle, in delineating and assessing the power of each interaction while including those not involved serves no purpose apart from diluting numbers. With those who were in direct contact we are more concerned about registering the intensity of their symbiotic equation. The second highest uptake in this section addresses a general bodily reaction which we called “Chills (goosebumps).” It had a base number of forty-seven, of which twelve (25.5%) rated it as a ten. If, as we did previously, include six nines and nine eights, the cumulative total is twenty-seven (57.4%).

                The next highest number of respondents was forty-four and a complete surprise to me, as I still remember when writing the word “heat” I immediately questioned why I did so. After-all, they are rocks and assorted artefacts all placed some distance from the sitter and none are plugged in. In what only added to the intrigue, eighteen people (38.3%) rated the heat generated off this circle as a ten. Throw in another fifteen from the seven, eight and nine categories and the total of thirty-three out and forty-four comes out to be exactly three-quarters (75%) of those who felt a considerable amount of rock-heat. If true and all these people had no reason to lie, this response of the artefacts independently generating a large amount of heat is not part of any mainstream scientific narrative. One woman came up to me after her session and was holding a small rock she kept in her pocket and was adamant that her rock actually heated up, so much she so that she could feel it while sitting between the rocks. Yes, she could be lying, which I sincerely doubt, but what if she isn’t lying and merely reporting in an observation she felt? That alone breaks half a dozen elemental scientific rules supposedly set in stone. What it comes down to is that their rocks do not burn, but ours do.

                What needs to be raised now, is that we offered to refund one third of the price of admission to the four-hour workshop if the ten-minute private session between the rocks gave nothing to the sitter. We have made it clear we will not question nor tell others, just quietly inform us it failed, and we will refund without questioning. So, if anything, the sitters are financially encouraged to lie in the negative. And if they were going to lie and sacrifice a $50 note, surely picking heat seems the most ridiculous choice of those on offer? Nevertheless, that is what those respondents chose simply because it did get ‘hot in the kitchen.’

                There are two categories that both had forty-three entries but varied a fair bit in the ten’s column. What we called “vision” scored one more than heat with nineteen (44.2%). Once adding another twelve from the seven, eight and nine columns that all ads up to thirty-one (72.2%). When breaking down the contributions to the “voice” category it is a lot more evenly spread out with six fives and five fours. The number of tens is considerably lower (11=25.6%) and when combined with those who opted for nine through to seven (13) the total is much lower at 24 (55.9%). The lowest score of the middle five is forty-one and deals with varying degrees of telepathic contact. It begins quite impressively with a rating of seventeen (41.5%) in the ten column and increases by another thirteen when including the entries in the nine to seven boxes. That total of thirty is 73.1% of the forty-one scores.

                The worst performer is more than likely a casualty to sloppy semantics of my part. The difference between “hair stand on end” and “chills (goosebumps)” is marginal at best and close to identical in most cases. For most people when experiencing goosebumps, the body hair will stand upright. And for this reason alone, I have decided to merge the two categories into one in the next survey. What does stand out in this combination of seven physical reactions is that there are 121 scores of ten, 47 scores of nine and 28 scores for both eight and seven. With 73 forms acknowledging an interaction and a total of 224 high level responses, this averages out to over three per person. Once again there are only three plausible explanations, that the respondents are telling the truth, a lie or are delusional.

Type of Message

As this group is not specific to a location or method but seeks a more generalised response, our base will not be those who chose to nominate a number, but will be the combined group of seventy-six. In the first section of the evaluation sheet, we wanted to establish whether contact was made, the third time around we are investigating whether this was a beneficial exchange that empowered the receiver. And it was all of that!

                The highest score was in the “energy inflow charging the body” with 64 responses (84.2%). Twenty-two people (28.9%) scored this a ten, with another twenty-two people nominating nine or eight, that combined total is 58.8%. Next in order is “sensation of well-being” which was two less with 62 responses (81.5%). Twenty-three (30.2%) gave a rating of ten, and another twenty-three awarded a score of nine or eight, together that is a total of forty-six (60.2%). The third placed “energy inflow charging mind” had 57 entries (75%) and there were nineteen (25%) who gave this a score of ten. Another twenty marked their response in the nine or eight box (26.3%). At three less with 54 responses (71%) the “energy inflow charging the soul” may well have been slightly less than the other two inflow categories but was more concentrated in that there are only two responses rated at less than five. In following the pattern of that upper clustering there were twenty-one entries (27.75%) in the highest score of ten and twenty-three in the nine and eight columns. That combined score is forty-four (55.5%).

                The two lowest scores in this group related to tangible knowledge being passed on by the artefacts and was always expected to rate lower. Having said that we did not expect to have such a high ten rating of seventeen (22.3%) for “wisdom shared,” nor was the combined eight and nine score of thirteen expected. In combination the thirty responses (39.5%) may not seem as impressive as other scores, but if compared against the forty-seven who actually responded, 64% received a powerful message from rocks and artefacts that mainstream science would vehemently dismiss. Both wisdom and premonitions can be expressed in words and sentences, and nearly two thirds of those who were given such information are adamant it was powerful, real and present.

                The bottom rung of the six choices, which was “premonition” was fifteen less than the wisdom category (63.2%) at thirty-three responses (43.6%). It was from the beginning very much like the tenuous selection of “hair stood on end,” and was questioned often as to whether it should remain. But because it is so different from the others in this group, we decided to let it rest. With the exception of the fourteen selections of ten and four for nine, from eight to two the score is between two to three.

Optional Extras

As much as we tried to predict potential reactions to the circle, it became obvious that we fell short. First up, outside four sets of sixteen tens, there are no two evaluations that are close to similar.  So much so there were quite a few responses in the second category that were written. We did ask for a written response at the bottom of the page, but that has been ignored as it has no direct relevance to the survey, whereas those included as an additional location or manner of contact do need acknowledgement.

                These comments include “the rocks called me,” “pins and needles in my face and hands,” “a truth-felt connection,” “other oneness,“ “energy in base of the spine,” “compelled to move,” “I had a direct instruction to lay flat,” “re-configuration of the body,” “very beneficial” and “buzzing all over.”

                Since we are adding extra non-curricular contributions, it seems appropriate to conclude this report with my personal dealings with the rocks. During our time together I have witnessed a rock that heals all manner of complaints that more than once was life-threatening, a rock exiting my bag then flying through the air, being thrown down a cliff and in front of a semi-trailer by the rocks when displeased, Ros Rock 1 almost killing my wife for upsetting rock-protocol, two rocks have disappeared and there are sundry other incidents.

                All of this may sound quite challenging, for some ridiculous, but irrespective of how things may or should seem, what these people have experienced is real. It was the rocks and artefacts who insisted on doing this, it was never our idea, in fact we held a bevy of reservations, but knowing how they run their show we had no choice.

                The rocks and artefacts are in control and at the helm, and the results are clear and undeniable, that is not an opinion but the reality of what happened once sitting inside the circle. We call this Seed Dreaming and their role is to prepare each person for change in Earthly circumstances and the accompanying increase in its’ resonance. How they do this is beyond our understanding, why less so, but when it comes to whether they are magical, well the results are in, and the confirmation has been given seventy-three times.                 

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