Earth re-entered the Photon Band Dec. 2, 2003 and will remain until July 9,
2004. Earth is now traveling through this band for more than six months each
year and is another indicator of the increased light energy assisting us in
these transformational times. To read an in-depth article explaining the Photon
Band and some of its implications for where we are now, see www.spiritdove.com/tcs_newsapr10_03.htm.
Noel Huntley, Ph.D. says: “The photon belt is an immense region of space which
is radiating intense electromagnetic radiation throughout the visible spectrum
and beyond, into high-frequency invisible light; even including some x-ray
spectra. It is part of a magnetic flow of light throughout the galaxy. It
appears that for mankind on this planet the photon belt encounter will be
essentially a spiritual experience — but this really depends on man.
“Nevertheless, the real benefits of this phenomenon are from what is actually
causing the photons. It is linked with the so-called convergences. If we are
sufficiently evolved at the time, great advancements will occur in our
consciousness as we attune to the higher-frequencies ...” For more
information, see www.users.globalnet.co.uk/noelh/photonbelt.htm.
(Source: The Circle of Light newsletter)
INDIGO KIDS MOVIE
Avid fans of Stephen Simon, Neale Donald Walsch and James Twyman swamped the
phone lines at the Santa Fe Film Festival in search of tickets to the Dec. 5,
2003, world premiere of Indigo, a new movie produced and directed by Simon.
The first showing of the film (in a 500-seat venue) sold out in less than four
Indigo, Simon`s directorial debut, was shot on a $500,000 budget and financed
through thousands of small contributions from people around the world. The
film is co-written by James Twyman, who also served as the film`s executive
producer, and Neale Donald Walsch, who also stars in the film.
Simon produced such films as What Dreams May Come and
Somewhere in Time, and
he wrote the recently published The Force is With You: Mystical Movie Messages
That Inspire Our Lives, and has become the leading spokesperson for the
recognition of a genre he calls Spiritual Cinema. “Spiritual Cinema asks two
eternal questions: Who are we and why are we here?” states Simon.
Neale Donald Walsch is the best-selling author of the Conversations with God
series of books (which have sold over 9 million copies worldwide), including
the most recent book in the series, The New Revelations. Walsch co-wrote the
script and plays the lead role in Indigo.
One of the many remarkable things about this independent movie is that it was
conceived, written, produced and premiered all within an eight-month span.
Typically movies take two to eight years from conception to screen.
“Everything just magically fell into place when we needed it to. We also had
25 full-time volunteers, unheard of in this business, who were all so
committed to the film that they stayed till it was done,” said Twyman.
Indigo is a film about loneliness, redemption, and the healing powers and
grace of the new generation of Indigo (psychic and gifted) children being born
into the world. Three fateful choices result in bankruptcy, jail, and the
disintegration of a family and then lead to a chance for redemption five years
later through the healing and psychic powers of the family's youngest member —
a 10-year-old “Indigo” child. Indigo is about taking responsibility for the
choices we make and the thin line that separates success from failure and love
The film follows the relationship that develops between Ray, played by Neale
Donald Walsch, a man whose life and family have dissolved due to a fateful
mistake, and his 10-year-old granddaughter Grace, played by Meghan McCandless,
with whom Ray goes on the run to protect her from a would-be kidnapper. Along
the way, he discovers the power of his granddaughter’s gifts, which forever
alter the lives of everyone she encounters.
Authors Lee Carroll and Jan Tober (The Indigo Children: The New Kids Have
Arrived, Hay House, 1999), describe these children as “Children who display a
new and unusual set of psychological attributes.” Research has found that the
Indigo Child is not just an American phenomenon. Indigo Children seem to go
far beyond cultural barriers, and can be found all around the world.