Gerry Warner's journey began at the James Gilliland, ECETI Ranch in Trout Lake, Washington. It was at the ECETI Ranch that his awareness was opened beyond the singular realities within himself, to the worlds that exist beyond the "borderlands" of his former perceptions were suddenly revealed.
As Gerry was snapping random pictures on his last night at the ECETI Ranch, he made the statement,"Come on you guys, show me some love." This one simple phrase launched him on an unimaginable expedition of consciousness. He took four photographs, in the span of approximately four minutes. The first picture was of a red orb, which he thought was interesting, but didn't give it much thought, and continued to take pictures. However, the next three shots revealed what appeared to be Ectoplasm, or what Gerry calls plasma. Plasma essentially consists of freely moving electromagnetically charged particles of ions and electrons and is considered a the fourth state of matter beyond a solid, liquid, or gas while 99% of the observable universe is composed of this substance. This is the fourth picture that was taken. Gerry, relates that this picture scared the living daylights out of him, and he packed up his belongings, jumped into his car and got the heck out of there.
~~The Feline Nature Spirit~~
"Oh Watcher in the silent hours of the night, art thou prepared to meet thy noiseless Guests, the Messengers from distant Spirit Worlds? On rapid wings They speed hither, They float around thee, canst thou not perceive Them? Soon thy spirit shall discern Their form."
'Towards The Light' by Princess Mary Karadja 1899
Both the above photograph, and the following quote are from Gerry's website. He granted me permission to use the photo for my article. It is copy written, so please do not copy it, or use any of his images without his consent to do so.
For more information, and to view over 2,700 other amazing photographs, of the "Otherness behind the veil," go to Gerry Warner's website, http://borderlands.com or simple click on the title of this blog and it will take you directly to his page.
When asked, "Do you sense the presence of anything around you when you get these photographs?" Gerry responds, "The only sense that I get, is a sense of gratitude."