Great Spirit Path Stone Poem - Color Bell with Aura, Flash

The Great Spirit Path is a wheel. At dawn, when the sun is rising on January 1, 2000, I stand in the western opening, looking east. The sky is overcast as I set up tripod and camera. I spin a panorama, taking pictures all around. I honor the change of the century from 1900s to 2000s. I honor the countdown to the change of the millennium on January 1, 2001. I honor the panographers around the world who are taking pictures and creating QTVRs with me on this day. This event is a wrinkle in time 2000, starting here.

In imagination, I gong the wheel with color and hear vibe afterimages of spirit. Centering attention is the primary target. Blue energy. Red love. Yellow action and awareness. Self.

Opening to all is the surround target; always beyond, behind. Afterimage ground. Turquoise green aura of earth, Gaia. Orange trace of presence, spirit animal. Orchid spirit connection. Whole.

Thank you friend stones and artist who placed you. I call this a Color Bell with Aura. There was an alternative version, Color Bell. I sing, "Who-leo, whol-eo, wh-o-o-o-ol-eo."

The animation above the stones in the panorama is the Wholeo symbol. The circle of consciousness expands outwards and returns to the point. See the images in this panorama.

The animation beyond is an aura of the breath flame of spirit.

This Great Spirit Path sculpture is the end point of 53 clusters of stones in Bayfront Park, Menlo Park, California, USA. The park covers the old garbage dump and landfill that originally polluted the bay. Migrating birds and threatened species in the wetlands have made a comeback. Some of the bay has been reclaimed. In 2000, environmentalists were fighting proposed San Francisco airport runways and transbay bridge piers threatening to fill in the bay some more.

You need get Flash Flash to see this movie. The original version of this panorama was QuickTime with a Flash track. That no longer works.

See immersive imaging for help, info, and all other immersive imaging, including QuickTime movies, at Wholeo Online. See also, the list of Caroling's wrinkles.

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