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The purpose of this operation is to return a token payment of energy to the Mother Earth, in recognition of the sacrifice She made to allow humanity to continue its existence. For millions of years She has accepted restriction without a thought of repayment from us for the limitation endured to permit our evolution to continue.

George King out of all the Adepts and Illuminati of the past, has been the only one to feel so keenly the debt owed to The Logos of Planet Earth, and devised the idea of a metaphysical operation which could repay in a significant way some of the energies which She has sacrificed in the process of actually postponing Her own Evolution, which unrestricted would have raised the vibration inherent in terrestrial matter to a level incompatible with human life.

Phase one took place in California form 24th to 30th of September 1966, during which two batteries were charged on Mt.Baldy and later discharged into a Psychic Center of The Earth situated offshore from Santa Barbara.The batteries were charged by St.Peter using George King as a channel for part of this energy, the remainder was by George King himself utilising that from the charged Mt.Baldy, which is one the nineteen mountains so endowed during Operation Starlight.

Phase One of Operation Sunbeam, consisted essentially of Prayer Teams sending forth energy to be stored directly in specially devised radionic batteries, which were constructed by members of The Aetherius Society under the supervision of The President Sir George King. Prayer Teams needed to be sited on one of the Charged Mountains in order to access the enegies therein. Later, in Phase Two The power from the activity of the Prayer Team, was firstly stored in a “collector” and transferred to a reciving apparatus linked up in the Center in Los Angeles and was then conveyed to storage batteries via a Spiritual Energy Radiator attached. In the final phase the batteries have to be discharged over a Psychic Center on The Surface of The Earth. So far, these Centers have alway been found to exist under many fathoms of water. There is the one off the coast of Santa Barbara, and another under Lake Powell. In the British Isles, there is one in The Bristol Channel and another under Loch Ness, so famous for its somewhat elusive monster, but it was not until 1977 that the Mission was performed there.

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DR. PETER DALEY’S Web SITE

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Metaphysics for the New Age

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The Nineteen Holy Mountains

Between 1958 and 1961, in a world mission known as Operation Starlight, 19 mountains around the world were filled with accessible spiritual energy. (See The Holy Mountains of the World )

Dr. George King, acting as a karmic representative of the human race, was needed to physically climb 18 of these 19 mountains. At a point on or near their summit, he entered into an elevated state and an initial Charge was sent through him into the mountain.

In this way, each mountain was charged with spiritual energy by the Cosmic Masters.

This energy is now available to all who expend the effort to climb these mountains to send out their prayers and healing. Each contains slightly different energies and can be used by people to help the world and themselves in different ways.

It has been stated by Saint Goo-Ling, an ancient Ascended Master of the Spiritual Hierarchy of Earth, that the most potent spiritual practice in these days is to perform The Twelve Blessings on any of these Holy Mountains during a Spiritual Push.

Even outside these times, the amount of spiritual energy that can be contacted and directed from atop one of these Holy Temples of Nature is equal to the energy only an Adept could have invoked in the past. The healing and prayers sent out from one of these Charged Mountains is magnificent, and can have dramatic results. Many pilgrims have experienced mystical states during such Pilgrimages.

MOUNT BALDY in Southern California
Charged on August 9, 1959

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at http://www.aetherious.org

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Leonard Cohen was a live-in student at the Mount Baldy Zen Center from 1993-1998.  Here is what is expected of new students:

What to bring
* a sleeping bag or blankets
* 2 pairs of sandals or slip-on shoes
* a flashlight
* an umbrella
* a towel
* personal toiletries
* a pair of white socks
* a cup or mug for your room
* a waterproof poncho or jacket
* warm clothing, such as long underwear
You may also need warm boots and gloves in the cold weather
* a set of traditional black sitting robes.
A limited supply of student robes is available for sesshin participants for a $5 rental fee. Full-time Seichu students are required to provide their own set of student robes. Robe sets can be purchased from our friends at Still Sitting Meditation Supplies

* If you are becoming a student of Joshu Roshi for the first time, please also bring $25 (incense money) in a white envelope.

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I understand that Kelly has been busy hitting the studios, pitching his idea for a new reality TV show.  Here’s the press release:

Kevin Dubrow’s Island is a cutting edge reality show modeled after such proven hits as ‘Survivor’ and ‘Temptation Island.’  Contestants spend the duration of the show living on an island, but not just any island, Kevin Dubrow’s Island.   What is valued here is not strength, intelligence or endurance, rather, it is knowledge of all thing Quiet Riot, but only the first two albums, the ones with Kelly Garni on them, the ones without any hits.  In this magical place, Kevin Dubrow is revered as a God, and Kelly Garni is King.  His word is law.”

I don’t know.  That sounds like a pretty boring show to me.

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“This song idea popped into my head, On Top Of Mount Baldy. Sung to the tune of On Top Of Old Smokey, here are the first two verses:

On top of Mount Baldy
All covered with monks
I realized possessions
Were nothing but junk

That life’s an illusion
And all things must pass
But that five million
Went a little too fast”

-THANK YOU TO: Richard Hefner, posted to his blog in August 2005, regarding the alleged embezzlement of 5 million dollars by Leonard Cohen’s business manager 

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[REPORT OF ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION

TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 2004]

…Picking up on hour 2…. SUP. YAROSLAVSKY: THAT’S ALL I HAVE, MADAM CHAIR.

SUP. MOLINA: OKAY. THANK YOU, MR. YAROSLAVSKY. SUPERVISOR ANTONOVICH?

SUP. ANTONOVICH: I’D LIKE TO MOVE THAT WE ADJOURN IN THE FOLLOWING MEMORY. HENRY “HARRY” PETERSON, WHO OWNED DINAH’S FRIED CHICKEN SINCE 1967 IN GLENDALE, PASSED AWAY AT THE AGE OF 94. MORGAN ADAMS, WHO WAS A DIRECT DESCENDANT OF OUR NATION’S SECOND AND SIXTH PRESIDENT, JOHN ADAMS AND JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. HE WAS THE INDIVIDUAL WHO DEVELOPED THE FIRST SKI LIFTS AT MOUNT BALDY, OFFICE BUILDINGS ALONG WILSHIRE BOULEVARD AND THOSE OFFICE BUILDINGS ALONG WILSHIRE BOULEVARD. HE DIED MARCH 26TH AT AGE 88. HE WAS A VETERAN OF WORLD WAR II, SERVED IN THE UNITED STATES NAVY, AND HE DEVOTED HIS TIME TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF SKI DEVELOPMENT. HE’S SURVIVED BY HIS TWO CHILDREN, SIX STEPCHILDREN. JAN BERRY, WHO HAD ALREADY BEEN MOVED BY SUPERVISOR YAROSLAVSKY. HE WAS QUITE INVOLVED IN THE SOUND OF THE MUSIC THAT HAD– WHICH WORKED VERY CLOSELY WITH BRIAN WILSON OF THE BEACH BOYS. JEROME JERRY JACOBSEN, WHO WAS A CAPTAIN, RETIRED, FROM THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT. HE RETIRED AT– AND HE PASSED AWAY AT THE AGE OF 70. LOIS LIOTTA, A FORMER LIBRARIAN FOR HOOVER HIGH SCHOOL IN GLENDALE WHO PASSED AWAY AT THE AGE OF 80. MARY JANE MCCULLEY, LONG-TIME ANTELOPE VALLEY RESIDENT FROM LANCASTER. AND VICTOR CARTER HAS ALREADY BEEN BROUGHT IN BY SUPERVISOR YAROSLAVSKY. SO I MOVE THAT WE ADJOURN IN MEMORY OF THOSE INDIVIDUALS.

SUP. MOLINA: SO ORDERED ON THOSE ADJOURNMENTS.

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More than 50 years ago, two young men embarked on a journey of discovery. It was during World War II. Herb Leffler was in the Navy and stationed at Douglas Aircraft Co. in El Segundo, where planes were being built for the U.S. Navy for duty in the Pacific. Jim Chaffee was working as a civilian at the same plant. They knew each other casually, as they were both working on the “line”, inspecting the new SBDs.

During the winter of 1942 and 1943, a group of friend would combine enough “C” Ration Gas coupons to enable them to go skiing and that is when Herb and Jane learned to ski. They would occasionally run into Jim, who had skied for a number of years.

During these years, there were very few ski areas in Southern California, and only one was operating – a rope tow at Blue Ridge, Big Pines. Existing at that time, but closed due to the war, were Mt. Waterman, where the first chairlift had been built in 1936; rope tows at Green Valley, Snow Valley, Table Mountain (Ski Sunrise), and Blue Ridge. Krakta Ridge, Holiday Hill (which later combined with Blue Ridge to become Mountain High), Snow Summit, Rebel Ridge, Moonridge (now Bear Mountain) and Mt. Baldy Ski Lifts weren’t even a gleam in anyone’s eyes yet!

After helping Herb and his friends dig out their 1927 Victoria “A” Ford sedan, six weeks after it had been buried under snow one weekend, Jim and Herb thought it would be fun to put up their own rope tow someplace. Upon request, the U.S. Forest Service offered them several sites, and they selected a slope called Movie Slope near Snow Crest Resort at Camp Baldy. (In 1952, by petition of the residents, the name of the community was legally changed to Mt. Baldy). Jim had a used Hudson engine (his father owned a garage in Compton), and a bale of rope. Herb put in $150.00. They named their enterprise Mt. Baldy Ski Tows (no “Camp” for them, even back then) and began operations in 1944. The first year they housed their engine in a structure made of used Douglas Aircraft engine packing cases. The hill was quite steep, but the guys made $90.00! Hal Nelson, the son of the owners of the Snow Crest Resort, Jack and Ella Marie, brought cold drinks on a sled to sell at the bottom of the tow. Life was simple then.

The forest Service then suggested that if they planned to continue with this folly again next year, would they mind building a decent engine house? So, in the summer of 1945, Herb and Jane, helped by friends of theirs, Ken and Janyce Edwards, built the stone engine house, (destroyed several years ago by an avalanche). They hauled rocks from the mountainside, hauled sand and gravel up from the streamed by means of a pulley, and made the concrete by hand. Jim, meantime, had been called into the Army to serve with the famous 10th Mountaineers.

During the next seven years, the one rope tow became four, and 1948, in conjunction with Snow Crest Resort, the Hogan was built, with the able assistance of Howard Pruitt. It was located by the road, with Snow Crest using half of it to sell food and rent toboggans. Mt. Baldy Ski Tows used the other half to house the Ski Patrol. Herb and Jane ran the business end – Jim, happily, kept the engines running, often by means of scotch tape, spit, wire and a prayer! During those years, Jim and Herb were joined by Al Wisely, Head of the Ski School; Dave Briggs, Ski Patrol Leader; and a number of teenage boys who worked for free skiing – Bob Bentley, Larry Upham, Harvey Stone, Maurice Bertino, Marcel Schiro Sr. to name a few. (Bob, at 17, was one of the most fluid skiers ever seen on the mountain.) Also, Fuzz Meritt brought up his ski team from Pomona College, and later joined the team as an instructor. He, in fact, had been bringing his students up long before the rope tows were even built.

There were good years and bad years. There were years when Herb and Jim watched the snow level stay tantalizingly at 7,000′. Just above the rope tows which were at 6,500′. They began looking higher up, and eventually put a portable rope tow at the Divide (where the Notch is now). In the spring, they would guide groups of skiers up the steep canyon (#1 Lift site) and run the portable. They kept snow surveys. They KNEW that there was marvelous skiing to be had at these upper elevations. This project was mostly Jim’s baby, and he did a great job.

In 1952, after one of the best winters they ever had, they were able to interest a special group of men to hike up into the area. On Thunder Mountain, in May, were there was still plenty of snow. It looked like a natural. The group, led by Morgan Adams, Jr., were mostly skiers from the Pasadena area and members of the Southern Skis Ski Club. A permit was given by the U.S. Forest Service to open up this area, and construction began in June of 1952. Although both Jim and Herb started out with the corporation, Jim did not remain, and Herb completed the construction and became president and general manager. (What this title means is that you work 14 hours per day, seven days a week!). Both men had moved their families to Mt. Baldy by then – Jim and wife, Dotty; and Herb, Jane and their sons, Dick and John. (Peter came later.) In 1953, Jim and Herb sold Mt. Baldy Tows to the corporation, where it became an adjunct to the main area.

Jim remained on the mountain and did auto repairs out of his home. He maintained his connection to the Lifts by serving on the Ski Patrol. He was also active in the fledging Mt. Baldy Fire Department. As well as one of the service organizations in the Valley. His other interest was in racing cars, and his “Pink Elephant” was well known in racing circles. His wife, Dotty, passed away, as did his second wife, Jane, who had been a fellow racing fan. In 1975 he sold his house (now the Young/Farmer home across from Mt. Baldy Lodge) and moved to Big Bear. He continued to be an avid skier and volunteer fireman and ski patrolman in his new home. He married again, only to lose her also.

MEMORIES OF JIM still remain on our mountain – his contributors to bringing big time skiing to Mt. Baldy. Other memories we remember fondly, such as the time the lifts bought a used bulldozer from someone at Big Pines. Instead of trucking it back over on a flat bed, he DROVE it from the top of Blue Ridge. Down the mountain, Across the desert to Lytle creek and up the backside to the Notch. The fireman remember the time he put a racing engine in one of the fire trucks – and it could beat ANYTHING! Jim as since passed. The news of his death, discovered in the Daily Bulletin, was a shock to all of those who knew him.

This article was original appeared in the Baldy Breeze, October Issue, Volume 95, No.8 Issue 1995
How a Ski Area Was Born, A Memoriam, James R. Chaffee 1913-1995

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