Kathy Phelps has been a guest orb photographer on Orbs Delight a few times. You may remember her photos of “clouds” that appeared on her view screen after taking a photograph while questing for orbs. Well, she had another remarkable night. The following photos have been arranged chronologically based on the camera file numbers.
Maybe ”remarkable” is too vague a word. How about “astounding!” You can see in the photo above that orbs did make an appearance.
Easy to imagine a spirit running out of camera’s view on the right, scarf flying in the wind.
Perhaps a parade of spirits sailing over the clothesline in Kathy’s yard, waving a greeting.
Kathy is a lightworker. To help explain what that might mean, she quotes Doreen Virtue: “Lightworkers are those that volunteered, before birth, to help the planet and its population heal from the effects of fear. Each lightworker is here for a sacred purpose…. Many lightworkers are discovering their innate spiritual gifts, such as psychic communication skills and spiritual healing abilities. These are the gifts that we volunteered to use to heal the Earth and her population during the crucial decades surrounding the millennium.”
Kathy says that she does a lot of energy work for the Earth, her inhabitants, and much more. She does sessions every New and Full moons and for both solstice and equinox. What she really means is that she facilitates the session. She channels light language that does what’s needed/requested. Light language is the language of the soul/spirit.
One can see a lot of images within these “clouds” that suggest Beings who are drawn to Kathy’s lightworker activities.
It must be fascinating for Kathy to receive visual confirmation of the energies she has been working with for the past 7-8 years. The age of digital flash photography is truly broadening our visible spectrum. To see more of Kathy’s love of nature, please visit: http://naturesnippets.com/.
For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memory as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: http://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/