Let’s all bring some major love and good vibes back to Madfish Wharf. Come by this Sunday at 9:30 for a grand joint YUPO Gallery / Khan Studio & GMG Gallery Mug Up. Let’s do it like we used to do it – great GMG peeps, fobs, food and energy on beautiful Madfish Wharf. I am so excited to be back! Hope to see everyone! Love, EJ
Three (and a whole lot more, but I’ll just focus on these right now) big things happening Thursday on Rocky Neck. Hobbit House Studio II (aka Khan Studio and the GMG Gallery) will be opening on Madfish Wharf in Gallery 6) – come by and say hi, and all you GMG peeps and FOB’s come by and hang out any time (open Thursday through Sunday noon – 8:00pm). Thursday is the opening of the long awaited Cape Ann Ceramics Festival at the Cultural Center at Rocky Neck – don’t miss that. Last but not least, Thursday evening is August Nights on the Neck – see schedule below.
Cape Ann Ceramics Festival kicks off this Thursday, August 7 with Contemplation: Fine Ceramics from Cape Ann and Beyond at the Cultural Center at Rocky Neck at 6 Wonson St. Doors open for a First Peek from 5-9pm at Nights on The Neck. There will be live music with Sugar Tones at 6pm. The Opening Reception will be Saturday August 9, 4-6pm. This year’s show features Hideaki Miyamura, courtesy of Pucker Gallery, Ani Kasten, courtesy of Lacoste Gallery, Hayne Bayless, Thomas Hoadley, Jennifer McCurdy, Jeremy Randall and 18 local and regional talented potters. August 7-September 1, Contemplation artists Larry Elardo, Jill Solomon and more will also be exhibiting Outdoor Sculpture at Flatrocks (Lanesville) and Side Street (Rocky Neck) Galleries. Hope you can join us for these and other Festival events. See Cape Ann Ceramics Festival for more info.
August Nights on the Neck – always a great time!
If you’ve never experienced the Divas of the Waterfront drag show at the Madfish Grille, don’t miss it this year. The fun craziness takes place Wednesday, August 6 at 8:30 pm. $10
Hobbit House Studio II
77 Rocky Neck Ave. Gallery 6
Two great events you don’t want to miss on Thursday, August 7 on Rocky Neck.
Cape Ann Ceramics Festival Contemplation: Fine Ceramics from Cape Ann and Beyond, featuring world and local talent Opening Reception to be held on Saturday August 9, 4-6. First Peek at Nights on the Neck, Thursday, August 7, 5-9. Cultural Center at Rocky Neck, 6 Wonson St., Gloucester.
In the book they are highly evolved being from another planet, but they can represent anything to anyone – intuition, inner power, angels, God, a saint, the Universe, synchronicity – whatever speaks to our higher spiritual self. They have just come to us in a different, loving form to help us achieve what is the greatest desire of all humans – to know our purpose and to live the joyful, abundant, fulfilled lives we all know at the core of our being we are meant to live. Even more, they have come to show us that like Moolongz, who know they are one being, humans are also one being, capable of joining together (like the Market Basket employees and boycotting customers have recently done) to create major, earth altering changes for good (or not so good, if that is where we choose to be as beings). Can you see Moolongz? And if you can, you owe it to yourself and to the world to do whatever you can to make sure everyone does. That ultimately is our purpose.
I want to express my deep gratitude and love to those enlightened souls who immediately appreciated the importance of the lessons the Moolongz came to share with mankind and backed my Kickstarter project to bring the book into being:
Susan Brindley (in memory of Evelyn Howe)
The Moolongz have now colonized earth. They are everywhere. This is a colony at Niles Beach in Gloucester. Whenever the Moolongz encounter a human that cannot see or hear them, they hover around that person, intently focusing these thoughts at them:
“You are a unique and unrepeatable miracle of creation, possessing all the power within you needed to create the most amazing version of your life that you can imagine. Have no doubts or fear; just know you were born for greatness, love, joy and every good thing your heart desires. Know it, believe it, be it, share it.”
The Moolongz are there beside you, loving you, encouraging you, and patiently waiting for the day when they hear you say:
“I see Moolongz”.
Can you see Moolongz?
Cape Ann Ceramics Festival is fast approaching. Pick up your festival program at these hot spots:
The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck, 6 Wonson St., Gloucester
Cape Ann Community Cinema (foyer), 21 Main St., Gloucester
Stagefort Park Visitors Center, Hough St., Gloucester
Cynthia Curtis Pottery Studio, 80 Pigeon Hill St., Rockport
The Moolongz teach us how to get past the screeching monkeys in our minds – those persistent, invasive, never-ending thoughts, worries and concerns which prevent us from reaching that peaceful secret place where we can hear and see the Moolongz. Can you get past the screeching monkeys? Can you see Moolongz?
I’m actually pretty sure it is coyote scat. I have been coming across these piles recently (pretty large dog poop size piles) in the road and on the sidewalks along Eastern Point. At first I thought they were left behind by very inconsiderate dog owners, but then started seeing them out in the road, where I can’t imagine any conscientious dog owner would allow their dog to do their do. If you look close, you can see berries or something in there that I don’t think of as typical dog diet stuff. Anyone have any other ideas?
A German film crew is here on Rocky Neck for a couple of days filming on George Sibley’s wharf, which is now a lobster shack restaurant. Fun to watch.
Moolongz become very sad when they encounter humans who are not evolved enough to see or hear them, which is why they have decided to remain on Earth, to help humans evolve and become the joyful, fulfilled, abundant beings they were created to be. Soon many humans will begin to say: “I See Moolongz”, which Moolongz will be overjoyed to hear. Can you see Moolongz?
Moolongz Mutagle encountering the Sintaugs, alien energy fields with sharp tongues and piercing claws that carry jealousy, greed, guilt, deception, anger, impatience, intolerance, sadness, depression, separateness, fear, anxiety, stress, lack and other unloving and joyless false realities that they present in an attempt to gain power from human beings. Sintaugs have no power of their own – they are merely illusions. The only power they can ever possess is the power human beings give them. Moolongz have come to teach us that we can either choose to accept the illusions the Sintaugs present to us, thereby giving them our power, or we can choose not to. The choice is completely up to us. Can you see Moolongz?
Of course Innuits tend to be more highly evolved humans because they live simpler lives, closer to nature and aren’t caught up in all the distractions like many other humans, so it not surprising that they can see and communicate with Moolongz. Can you?
Well of course a highly evolved human like the Dalai Lama can see and communicate with Moolongz. Can you?