Orbs Attend End Of World Sound Check

Orbs at End Of World C MacMasters It was the night we all were anticipating, The End of the World, according to the Mayan Calendar experts. At least three End of World parties were held in Bisbee, Arizona. I only lasted until the beginning of the end, having arrived ahead of schedule. The orbs are probably still lingering in the upper corners of the Bisbee Royale.

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Thank goodness there was a sound check for the band, Race You There. Too early for the actual show, at least the orbs and I had something to focus on.

End of the World Orbs C. MacMastersThe orbs gathered around the lead guitarist.

End of the World Orbs C. MacMastersOrbs are always attracted to drummers.

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I like the overlapping orbs on the left.

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Perhaps the drummer is tuning into the orb above.

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Some skeptics insist that orbs are merely dust. But they haven’t paid attention to the relationship between orbs and their response to music.

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Even a simple sound check can light up an orb.

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Musicians attract orbs.

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The orbs are lining up for what sounded like an excellent Race You There performance. Sorry I missed the show when the orbs would really brighten with delight.

Thank you to the Bisbee Royale and the Tucson band Race You There for some early evening entertainment on this night at the End of the World.

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: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

Orbs Hover for Sound Therapy

This post is dedicated to Wanda of Ale Ksiaski/And Yet the Books: http://wandamichalakdomkuncewiczow.wordpress.com/ who was interested in doing an experiment with sound and orbs. Coincidentally, when I already had this post in its draft stage, she nominated me for Blog of the Year 2012 and Very Inspiring Blogger Award! Did I say coincidence? Actually, I could feel her well wishes yesterday when I was thinking of what to post. . .

And so, we await with the orbs who have gathered at the Bisbee Royale in anticipation of the sound therapist.

Orbs wait for tuning forks

Lisa Stone sound therapist

Lisa Stone has brought her tuning forks and Kim has agreed to a session so that we can see how the orbs will respond to heavenly sounds. Notice the yellow orb.

Third eye orbs

Interesting how the orb has centered upon Lisa’s third eye as she concentrates. The tuning forks are paired in perfect fifths, a known healing combination.

Orb and heart chakra

These next few photographs I took from the balcony of the Bisbee Royale so that the flash wouldn’t disturb the sound therapist and her client. It looks as if this orb centers upon the throat chakra.

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I like how the orbs mirror each other at the crown chakras.

Lisa is using the tuning forks and sound therapy system developed by Arden Wilken of Inner Sound. You can explore her website at: http://www.ardenwilken.com/ I highly recommend her as a teacher and musician, and those of you on the European side of the Atlantic can also attend the workshops she teaches there.

large orb sound therapy

This large orb is the reason I photograph far away from the subject, in this case a balcony view. If I were any closer, I would have missed recording it in my camera.

orbs sail above tuning forks

Again, we would have missed seeing these orbs if I had been any closer to Lisa and her next client, Dave.

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Everyone is very intent upon listening, even the orb.

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Notice the yellow orb to the right of Lisa and her client, Gordon, it has been in several of these pictures, including the ones not posted.

orb on hand of therapist

And finally, the orb could stand it no longer and had to get right down upon Lisa’s hand to get a better listening advantage.

Thank you very much to Lisa Stone, for once again volunteering for a project of mine. She has always been a good sport about my enthusiasms! And, thank you to Kim, Dave, and Gordon for volunteering to be photographed while listening to the exquisite tones of the Arden Wilken tuning forks.

I would also like to extend my appreciation to the folks of the Bisbee Royale, who turned off the movie and music while we did our sound experiment and tiptoed around telling people, “They are photographing the orbs” as if that were the most natural thing to be happening in the early evening while people gathered after work.

In another post, I will be following up with the responsibilities of passing the baton of awards to those who have inspired me. Thank you, Wanda!

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: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

Orbs and The Samples band

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Sean Kelly introduces the percussionist of the band The Samples who were playing at the Bisbee Royale on December 1, 2012.

The orbs hovered expectantly.

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When the band began playing the orbs started to light up in response.

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In the above photo I would like to draw your attention to the bright pink orb in the upper left. I also like the way the orbs are arching over the percussionist and anchoring the arch to Sean Kelly in the center.

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Photographing orbs at the Bisbee Royale includes the fun of sharing bright orbs easily seen on my camera’s view screen with fellow guests.

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I like the patterns the orbs make, such as the line snaking above the drummer.

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And, it’s interesting to see how the orbs are zeroing in on the keyboardist.

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This photograph interests me because although the musicians are out of focus, the orbs are perfectly clear.

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Again, I like the pattern of the orbs.

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In this photo, I’d like you to notice the blue orbs at the top of the proscenium.

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Sean Kelly is the songwriter and leader of The Samples, a band that formed in 1987 in Boulder, Colorado, and got their name from the first members’ sustenance of food samples from a local grocery store.

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In this photograph we have blue and pink orbs.

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My thanks to Sean Kelly and The Samples who provided an evening rich in warmly toned songs and excited orbs.

Thank you also to the folks at the Bisbee Royale for creating a welcoming atmosphere for guests and performers, whatever dimension they may be inhabiting.

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: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

Poetry and the Orbs

A few posts ago I introduced to you the Tucson poet, Logan Dirtyverbs Phillips and Palabra Andante, the Poetry Open Mic at the Bisbee Royale. Here are a few more of the poets from that evening. Next time I’m going to copy the names off the list that Logan is holding up to the audience.

I know Matt as a stoneworker who builds a lot of the walls that hold up our hillsides in Bisbee.

Didn’t realize he was a very outspoken poet as well as stone and orb mover.

Jahfre admittedly loves a microphone and he got a squiggle of an orb attentively listening.

Chris brought humor into the evening.

Once again, Jeri held the audience’s attention and an orb shined brightly on the upper right.

Sarah is part of the Bisbee Royale team who organized the evening of poetry and spoke of realizing herself as she came of age in Bisbee. The orbs circled around in support.

Thank you to the Bisbee Royale for another eclectic evening.

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memories as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

Poetry Orbs

Tonight at the Bisbee Royale was Palabra Andante, a Poetry Open Mic hosted by Logan Dirtyverbs Phillips, the very energetic poet from Tucson, Arizona you see in the above photo.

Nicole, a dress designer, spoke of wearing her white summer dress after labor day.

Jeri McAndrews railed against media devices.

I am really sorry I didn’t get the photo moment when James Coull spit out the word “Blast!” I’m sure the orbs lit up for that sound.

Ruby spoke of hoop dancers and how much she loved circles. The orbs circled for her.

Did I mention that Logan was a dynamic speaker? The orbs were beside themselves snaking through the air.

Roger was just happy to be above ground (apparently an orb was rather pleased with that also), and had no problem accessing his media device.

Suzi Pretty did not think she was the next Allen Ginsberg but I found her delightfully entertaining and she set an orb glowing as well.

The orbs gathered for Ruby once again.

For those of you who are new to this blog or would like to revisit the explanation as to what orbs are, this might be of help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/10/23/closeup-on-orbs/

Halo Orbs

One of my viewers, Alika, has asked about halo orbs, so let’s take a look.

This is Sergio Mendoza whose band, Sergio Mendoza y la Orkestra, was playing at the opening of the Bisbee Royale in July 2012.  Not only did he provide a very dynamic performance, it was also the first time I found orbs in my photos.

With an image like this, one wonders if the medieval painters were merely being imaginative when it came to painting halos, or were they seeing something that we’ve missed?

The very vibrant singer in Sergio’s band.

One of the trumpet players in the Orkestra.

Here is the bass player from the band, Pick and Holler.

The bass player in Buzz and the Soul Senders.

The bass player for the Andy T Band is also attracting orb attention.

The drummer for the LA band, Incendio, looks monumental in her orbs.

A woman of intensity, Amy Goodman, of Democracy Now.

Halos, what are they? Some have thought they’re a metaphor for spiritual enlightenment, or a means to portray our auras. And, why do orbs like to halo?

For those of you who are new to this blog or would like to revisit the explanation as to what orbs are, this might be of help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/10/23/closeup-on-orbs/

Closer Look at Orbs

Sometimes an orb is so large in my view screen that I start giggling and showing it off to friends in dark corners at the Bisbee Royale. This one came in the midst of John Doe singing with raucous abandon.

For this post I thought it would be good to just focus on the orbs that showed up in one night at the theater.

The above orb was so bright I had to double-check that it wasn’t a light shining off stage when John Doe sang his first song of the evening.

My friends and I had fun trying to count how many orbs we saw on the screen. It was the first time they had seen orbs and they soon became hooked on my fascination.

There is just something so profound and respectful about these orbs who hover above Michael Blake, author of Dances with Wolves.

I was going to take a break tonight from sharing views of orbs. Ho Hum another orb you might say. But, I truly do seem to be enamored by their presence and when not actually questing I want to zero in on their beauty for all to see.

Thanks to John Doe and Michael Blake for the interest the orbs took in your presence at the Bisbee Royale on November 8th. I continue to learn what sets them alight with each performer I photograph.

For those of you who are new to this blog or would like to revisit the explanation as to what orbs are, this might be of help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/10/23/closeup-on-orbs/