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Art – Spiritual Intuitive Artists/Works

ALMA RUMBALL

Alma’s family pioneered in Muskoka in the 1870s, where she lived most of her life. Following a vision of Jesus, she became a clairvoyant recluse, at age 50, creating prolific, intricate, colored pen and ink drawings, born of a rich inner life.  She watched, as The Hand drew by itself, unfamiliar forms, faces, characters, separate from her consciousness.  Tibetan gods, Joan of Arc figures and tales of Atlantis revealed themselves. As a Christian, she never claimed credit nor understanding. She said she didnt do them – The Hand did.  They have been called the sacred language of light, activation  drawings, with codes embedded in them for the evolution of humanity at this time. These energies may be accessed through meditation.

Tibetan gods have been identified in her work, by the spiritual advisor to the Dalai Lama, Kalu Rinpoche. Some drawings have writings on them; one is Alma Came To Earth As Joan of Arc. Another is Many Ghosts Are Alive But Are Controlled By God. Over two hundred pages are written on Atlantis, with abstract patterns above each page of writing.

 

Alma’s Works – Joan of Arc

At the World Healing Conference we recorded the “live meditation” related to the works of Alma.  This is a Universal Spiritual Healing and Guided Meditation to help you connect with the “Hand” of Alma’s work.  The content and descriptions are meant to embrace all people; all expressions of Universal Light and Spirituality.  It is our hope that you may enjoy the Healing and guidance. World Healing Academy Library invites you to listen to guided meditations to Alma’s Works Here (please note it is 30 minutes of live channelled healing):

 

 

 

Wendy Oke (Custodian of Alma’s work writes:) This one drawing epitomizes all the stages Alma went through in her drawings.  The initial picture was done in pencil crayon; then the black ink detail made the intricacies more evident.  Later, when metallic inks were more available in Huntsville, the gold period became more prominent; she overlaid some of the figure and the sword with gold ink. 

‘The Hand’ wrote across one drawing, ALMA CAME TO EARTH AS JOAN OF ARC.  Alma did not believe in reincarnation. She asked me what I knew of Joan of Arc.  When I told Alma that Joan had heard voices, just as she did, Alma, replied, “Well, imagine that!”

This drawing holds the Joan of Arc female warrior energy. Functioning as a woman’s Animus, the inner masculine, she is protectress of the soul and acts as an ego construct in defense of the inner more vulnerable realms.

Strange animals seem to appear from the background.  One is a menacing looking cat with horns.  Another is a mythical-looking, winged serpent (so prevalent in Mexican lore).  A bird, at once parrot-like and reminiscent of an eagle completes the symbology in Mayan prophecies of the coming together of the jaguar (panther), winged serpent and eagle.

It is peculiar that the face does not appear finished. For me, it actually enhances the power of the misty face, unlimited by definite features.  Others have suggested it may have been Alma’s face if she had finished it.

The breastplate is also laid bare and jumps forth in geometric simplicity, unlike the intricate brocades and detail of the rest of the drawing.  I have come to suspect some message or energetic from the apparently abstract geometric forms, shown as shards of Light in some of the Christmas card series: Nativity, Temple/Manger, Three Magi.

One might meditate on this piece for strength and power to stand alone as a spiritual warrior.  The armour offers protection, but the heart center remains open and vulnerable.

Pegasus:

Akashic Records:

Wendy Oke (Custodian of Alma’s work writes) : Since Alma drew because she was compelled to, in order to relieve the creative tension driving itself through ‘the hand’ toward ultimate expression, she sometimes did not even sign her work, nor did she worry about the presentation for exhibit.  She drew on every surface she had available to her, – paper, walls, furniture, drapery.

The fact that the corner of the original paper used for what I recognized as The Akashic Record was cut off mattered not.  Her aerial view was not to be denied.  Seers have likened this picture to God’s observance of us in our daily smallness.  Another, said it looked to him like Glastonbury, as seen from above.

Personally, I was put in mind of a giant computer of All That Is, of the Tibetan Buddhist, Akashic Record. We may go, in spirit, as Edgar Cayce did for his 144,000 readings, to review our actions and karmic lessons there. The Book of Life of the Christian tradition, recording all that ever was, our thoughts, words or deeds is a similar teaching.  In Eastern traditions there is a reckoning time, where every soul, upon passing over the threshold of death, views its life experiences.  A soul sees when its mission was fulfilled and where opportunities were missed.  The idea of karmic pluses and minuses offers us the chance to redo situations differently, through a system of reincarnation.  The ever-evolving soul learns lessons from viewing its own Akashic Record story.

When speaking in Christian terms, Purgatory is a similar stage of  life after death.  There is some accountability involved, and one’s fate is  said to be determined by a viewing of a person’s life.  There is no longer any reference to reincarnation found in this tradition.

Whether the figure represents the personal viewer or the collective Deity, I take this picture to be similar to a microfiche of the macrocosm.

Contact for further information:  http://www.almamatters.ca/about-us/alma-biography/