Friends of the owner of the restaurant where we stay, heard about the frequency machines and the astonishing results that are spreading around town, and thus asked for a treatment. So we started to treat them with just 15 minutes of universal numbers (727,787, 880, 5000 Hz) and they came back the next day, glowing and very excited, telling us they felt much better, slept really good and just felt so much more relaxed and calm! So we treated them a couple more times. They invited us to go to their village, which we still have to do.
Freddy, a patient with diabetes, came back after 3 weeks of work in the field. He seemed very happy to see us again. We treated him for about two hours with the machines and gave him some more silver to drink. He still feels much better and still has more energy to go through the day.
After working on a daily basis for about two months, we somehow managed to get out of town and go into the jungle for 8 days. Gaby, a friend of the doctor and Silvana, has – like the doc himself – a serious form of crippling arthritis. Her pain is so bad that she has been on daily doses of cortisol for over 20 years, which has now started to show its long term damage. Her left knee is so swollen that she can’t really bend it anymore and thus makes walking for her quite difficult. She still manages to run an amazing jungle lodge in the middle of Yaxha, the 3rd largest ancient Mayan location in Guatemala. (Mirador, Tikal and than Yaxha) Her knuckles are so badly affected that her fingers twist and bend over so she can’t really grasp things to well with her right (strong) hand. The constant pain really has taken its toll on her – I guess humidity doesn’t really help her either. This women invited us to stay at her lodge for free in exchange for daily Spooky2 treatments, silver and some emotional support as well as around the house..
The jungle lodge was absolutely stunning! In order to get there, we had to take a mini bus that took us into the jungle. The last half hour we drove through a jungle road which seemed to be more like a dried out river in the dry season with massive holes, bumps and rocks all over the place. But it was worth getting shaken my guts out of order, because when we arrived at the lodge, I immediately forgot the struggles! We were in the midst of the jungle, there was no house, no car, no town near us!
The only thing there was a tourist center further up the road and a small military base (where we found some sweets and cigarettes). The lodge is located directly at a lake called „Yaxha“ and is surrounded and filled with jungle life! There is a „pet“ crocodile called Rosco. My first wild crocodile I’ve ever seen! The lake itself is surrounded by natural jungle and near ancient Mayan ruins (ceremony temples), the only houses I could see on the lake are this lodge and a little museum on the other side of the lake. But there are many Mayan ceremonial temples to explore around this place. One of which is on the actual lodge space – and if that gets boring, there is always some birds, scorpions, monkeys or even snakes that can be observed! A truly magical place that helps you escape the matrix for a bit as there is no WiFi, little electricity and nobody around! Amazing!
We treated Gaby every day for about an hour or more with several frequencies. Arthritis is a very serious and painful chronic auto immune disease and it seems that there hasn’t been found a cure for it yet. We are still working on it every day and trying to figure out a way to really get rid of it – we know that for every problem, there is a solution and I know, arthritis has one too. So what we did is just help her body cope with the pain, lower the inflammation and make her feel more secure, happy and relaxed and just more comfortable in her body. Because we could only treat her at night (there was no electricity throughout the whole day), we explored some ruins and walked around in the jungle or just relaxed throughout the days and enjoyed outstanding food cooked on a wooden fire every day by her local staff. As a thank you, we treated them all at night with our machines (unfortunately, I completely forgot to take any picture of the treatments). They treated us very well and after 4 days, she even gave us space in her old home, „the haunted house“, right next to the Mayan ruins.
The trip turned out to be a great, fulfilling retreat for all of us! We had tons of time to talk about perception, spirituality, shamanism, Mayan culture, frequencies, law of attraction – just all these things that seem to open up to us in this crazy time of the so called „Dawning of the Age of Aquarius“! After this journey we all seemed much more connected and ready to go back to town, back to the crazy life of running a restaurant. I had no idea what was waiting for us!
I want to thank Gaby so much for the incredible food she gave us; pizza, outstanding coffee’s, chicken soup’s and what not far out in the jungle, even ice cream! I also give thanks for the amazing housing we were allowed to live from and enjoy and for showing us around Yaxha! You won’t regret visiting the „El Sombrero Lodge“ in Yaxha!
When we got back to the restaurant, shit immediately hit the fan. We arrived and chilled out in the office, watching some of the security camera tapes. We were all very tired from the drive back, in which the car nearly broke down due to a transmission problem and thus drove super slow the way back.
Upon return, we find that there is no room available that night, so we had to sleep on the floor next to a 2 year old kid, a nanny and a super smelly dog (this all being in a restaurant office!!). In order to relax a bit we kept watching the security cameras and observed the people, which was really funny. But as we were watching the tapes, the dog who loves to swim in the lake and thus smells horrible, peed on the floor. Kyle wiped up the pee and we sat down again to keep watching some of the footage, only to witness that the dog peed a second time, only this time about 2 gallons of pee. I didn’t know a dog could pee that much: The whole office was under water!
While Kyle was wiping the floor a second time, the kitchen ran out of gas (the gas people brought only half filled gas containers and cut a little hole into the pipe so the restaurant ran out of gas more frequently) which made customers wait for over 2 hours for their food. While the manager ran around to get some gas, we tried to calm down customers, the dog peed a third time, again about 2 gallons of water. There was no way he could have drank more water – this is physically impossible! But hey, by now I have seen some weird doings going on every now and then, so who knows… The owner – in a hurry – wanted to disinfect the floor but, instead of disinfectant, she tossed a bottle of soap on the floor. Poor Kyle was wiping the floor the whole night!
After all this, we lied in bed at 2 o’clock in the morning. That is when the baby decided to start crying. We all fell asleep at 3:30 am, only to be woken up by the owners 2 year old girl 4 hours later, yelling stuff in Spanish with a broom in the hand – it was 7 am, time to clean the house according to her.
This is our life. We live in faith, the universe provides us with what we need! And it gets funnier and funnier. It is amazing, that we manifested to stay in a jungle lodge for a week (which would have cost USD $2000), only to find ourselves a day later sweeping a dogs pee over and over again, sleeping on the floor of an office with all these living beings around us, in the middle of a restaurant that just got out of control because there was no gas to cook.
Since we have been back, we have been treating many people and will continue to do so. But for now we head out to our next adventure!