Peace in Israel
On the eve of the Jewish new year, September 13, 2015, after the holiday meal, Alexander Levlovich, a resident of Jerusalem, drove a relative to her home and never came back. Alexander Levlovich was killed by stone throwing. Two weeks later, four residents of Tsur Baher in East Jerusalem confessed and reenacted the attack.
Some mark this event as the launch of the "Knife Intifada", a wave of terrorism that lasted a year during which hundreds of attacks were perpetrated in which 47 Israelis and three foreign citizens were murdered. On the Palestinian side, 128 were killed, of them 88 terrorists and the rest in clashes with the security forces.
"Peace in Israel" is a journey that was meticulously planned two years earlier. 300 participants from 35 countries signed up; it was sold out well before it began. September 30, 2015 was the date that Elan Cohen planned, the producer of the journey, and it seems its name was given as a thrilling and significant prophecy much before it began.
And thus we met. An escalated wave of terrorism in Israel, IDF prevention and thwarting efforts and six buses with 300 peace-mongers who arrived in the Holy Land to perform spiritual work.
This harrowing encounter characterized the journey. Each day we traveled from one location to another we heard about an attack that occurred at the site, sometimes even the following day. Lee Carroll chose the letters of the words "Peace in Israel" as key letters in his thirteen channeling sessions throughout the journey, however the order of the letters was chosen from end to beginning, since unlike most languages, Hebrew and Arabic are the only ones that begin from right to left. Lee Carroll's channelings obviously refer to this seamline.
We were accompanied by the priestess from Hawaii. She began every morning by blowing the "Shofar" and reciting blessings in Hawaiian. Many words in the blessings sounded the same as Hebrew, especially the word "alohaaiyeh" which means in Hebrew: I shall be God. An odd coincidence is the unplanned timing between the blowing of the Shofar (Ram's horn) at the Western Wall, the day the journey began, and the horn that Kahuna Kalei brought with her. Her unusual excitement resulted in my decision to put all the rare segments we documented on the page: The 1 Field & Beyond with Lee Carroll – Peace in Israel.
Kahuna Kalei'iliahi left us in 2020. She was long a long-term member of the Kryon Team, and a profound teacher of the Ancient's ways of Hawaii.
Other important individuals accompanied us on this journey; we'll provide the documentation on other pages in the future. Stay tuned.