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Bell Rock Rainbow Message

I traveled to Sedona, Arizona, to celebrate my 60th birthday, enjoy the holidays, and to be in the presence of the Bell Rock (top photo) vortex on December 21, 2012. On December 24, as I was leaving Sedona to drive back to Phoenix to catch my plane, a dramatic rain and hail storm began. I pulled over to adjust for the two-hour drive and was struck with awe at the most vivid rainbow I've ever seen that ended at Bell Rock (behind the telephone pole in bottom photo). I took it as a parting gift and message from Mother Earth to say, "Thanks for coming. Go in peace, all will be well."

--Gina

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