HIDDEN PLACES

24 x 36 Oil, Hidden Places, © St Germain
LAST VISION 0f this series

These 12 visions began at at night
and ended approx 3:15 am
Had the feeling I had run a marathon.

The next day I avoided even allowing
myself to think or pray, since I had much
to chew on and even know how to
process all these visions.

What I heard with this vision
“My people will soar like the eagles,
nest in the mountains
discover hidden streams, find nourishment
they will be a separate people
full of hope and light.”

The significance was that during  these visions, 
I lived in one of the suburbs of of Los Angeles
with heavy traffic during the day in my street,
leading up to South Coast Plaza
There was nothing that I could have foreseen
times of 2020 and 2021 with suppression of
daily freedoms, rising inflation, and increase
of suicide.
Now I can see the need for these hidden places
living in freedom of life and of choice.

Forgot which time of the year these bloomed
FOTD, Fri Floral Foto

Tiny and cute
Makro-Tex, Weekend Reflection, Sat Critters

A gateway does not need to look like an arch or fence –
a gateway to the inland (Sutro Baths – San Francisco)
PhotoAWeek

Did not grow up with eating salmon, but once I tried it, I was hooked
PhotoAWeek

Flat land with some Fall colors (were I lived before, in California)
One Word Sun, Der Natur Donnerstag

Clouds obliterating darkness
Sky Watch

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NEAR THE END

24 x 36, Oil, Planet Sweep, © St Germain
my next to the last vision!

I saw the planets swept up in a huge wind and careening
towards a pit on the right.
What did not make sense were these white holes,
with the edges scrolled up.
Of all my paintings of these visions,
such a cataclysmic change in the universe
would be challenging to believe, and I rather
not think about the consequences. If the sun would be
swept up, there would be no daylight and warmth.
What would happen
to the ebb an flow without a moon?
It just occurred to me that I did not see planet earth!
Have to admit, if I had, it would have freaked me out.
Guess, God knows my limits:)

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John at Patmos saw this too. It must be considered.
2 Pet 3: 10-12 “destroyed by intense heat” – so Peter knew this too!
Rev. 6 – “moon turned into blood, and the sun like
black sackcloth or goat hair”
That description is close to what I saw.

Added the houses on the earth for perspective,
but these did not appear in the vision

Loved the people’s sincerity in worship
Weekend Reflection

Dogwood tree and flowers on our last Californian piece of land
FOTD, Der Natur Donnerstag, Floral Fri Foto

One of the cute culprits who ate my lantana flowers!
Sat. Critters, Weekly Smile


Tue Texture on Wed., Wordless Wed.

Yellow may well be the brightest color on earth.
Have heard from several near-death experiences that
in heaven there are about twenty other colors!
I think artists will be having a very good time there:)

One Word Sunday: Bright

A fiery backyard sunset
Makro-Tex: November, Sky Watch

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TIME PASSING

24 x 36 inch, Oil, Passing of Time,© St Germain


When I saw in this vision, I immediately knew
these represented the three blocks
of time, described in Rev. 12:14, as
”a time, a time, and half a time.”
To prevent the”times” from inadvertently getting lost, or
the idea that these “time periods” did not belong
to this series, I added them to the following vision
in a transparent way, as to interfere as little as possible.

These blocks refer to a very significant time, and
appeared on Sept. 24, 2017 in the heavens,
seen in the constellation of the stars
as the woman in Rev. 12:6 ready to give birth,
while the red dragon is positioning itself
to eat the child. This event was seen
all over the internet at that time.

You can see that the visions of crises
in weather now clearly turned
to eschatological events


Then, what I saw was like a TV was turned on. In
the distance was a higher mountain range than I depicted.
A new society, I imagined when I saw
a golden glow over the mountain range,
with rivers and waterfalls,
and “things moving.” On closer look, they were short
people busily doing daily things,
seemingly knowing each other.
They walked with what seemed animal skins on.
They lived in the caves of these mountains
without modern amenities.

This was an extremely bright landscape.
It was much beyond a breath of
fresh air, after all the previous harsh weather
conditions and storms. It had the impression
of a breathtaking beauty and peace.

Notice, the mountain to the left looks from
a distance, like a lion’s face. No matter what I tried to
change it, I did not succeed! Oh well, maybe
it’s supposed to look like this!

White Bokeh
PhotoAWeek

Red and White – you can’t miss!

Moving to another state made me receive
and send cards for birthdays to my family
and for Christmas also to friends !
Haven’t done this in decades! How about you?
Makro-Tex -striped

There seems to be a larger variety of pumpkins this year.
I use it in my curry, breads, etc
Am joining Tue Texture on Wed.

This restaurant had a very unattractive entrance. but their lamb meat was good

The cushions and lamps made a luxurious impression

A sunset in North California
One Word Sun.: Dark, Travel Tue, Sky Watch

Because of the shine of the sun on the water, the reflections
are more difficult to see, but at least you see two tree trunks
Weekend Reflection

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WIND CIRCLES

Oil, 24 x 36 inch, Hurricane alley, © St. Germain

This vision began with complete darkness.
I did not see anything, but heard a wailing wind
that grew stronger and stronger. When lightening
would flash and lighten up the sky for a moment,
I saw the fierce hurricane blowing,  and a funnel
of dark clouds going up, one after the other, around the globe.

Up till now I had painted the previous paintings at almost
supersonic speed, and resolved most of the
“painting problems” (among artists: every painting
has some problems that need a strategy) to my satisfaction.

With this one I decided to reverse the sequence:
the starting point became to focus on the finishing
touch and adjusted the design to it  – which was
how everything would appear the
 moment lightening struck. The challenge of this
painting was to present it as an event that could really
happen, instead of over-dramatizing it, so people
would immediately distance themselves from it,
instead of taking this as a serious possibility.

Not totally committed to Fall yet, but leaves begin to turn!
der Natur Donnerstag

Our Lantana became smaller and smaller, and at first we could
not figure it out, because it had enough sun, until
hubby discovered two bunnies becoming regular visitors
of our yard. Well he bought netting or whatchemecallit,
and the party was over for the two sad bunnies,
looking at the beautiful recovered flowers.
FOTD, Floral Fri Foto

Not only rain, but it also looks cold here
Makro-Tex, Weekend Reflection

What a difference the sun makes!
Wordless Wed., One Word Sun

Reflection of building across the street
Weekend Reflection

Stormy Sky
Weekly Smile, Sky Watch

MY FIRST VIDEO – not that I wanted to, but how do you say NO, when you hear three times “SAY to the people?”

Anyways, it’s pretty clear I have never done this, and not polished, or much time to smooth over the transitions.

But of course, some of you may need to HEAR this! My link to Youtube https://youtu.be/aZa9OzBz3hA

and my link to Rumble https://rumble.com/vo0fez-talking-points-hell-bring-you-through.html

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WHAT IN THE WORLD HAPPENED?

Oil, 24 x 36 inch,  What Happened?, © St Germain
Only include this painting when I know
no children are going to be present.

By now I was numb, viewing all the previous visions,
but especially with this view.
It has baffled me for a long time, what it could refer to.
I hold it tentatively  on the period of ISIS cruelty
and violence against non-Islamics.

If it would be a warning, does it mean that this phenomenon
could come back? I intensely wish and pray it would not!

At least four deer here – a common view, looking from my kitchen
window when we lived in the forest.
Der Natur Donnerstag, Sat Critters

One Word Sunday: Seasonal – Fall in Texas

Wordless Wednesday

Roses are red. Carnations are even more red!
FOTD, Weekly Smile, Floral Fri Foto

Love reading this ancient book in the Passion translation
Makro-Tex: book, PhotoAWeek

Our new friend saw this dog while browsing at the art market
and immediately ran up to it to show his love
Weekend reflection

This sky looked like how it sounded yesterday night.
Never have seen lightning strikes following each other
as fast as the blinks of an eye,
and heard so many rolls of thunder. Next
morning hubs told that at one point he felt
the bed shaking! That must have been when it sounded
like an explosion Never a dull night here:)

Sky Watch

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