Victoria Cochrane’s Channellings From the Masters: The Patterns of Life

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The patterns of life are all around us in the natural world; the bees and wasps have stripes, so do zebras, each of who’s pattern is original and unique. Butterflies and moths have distinctive patterns according to their species, as do tigers, jaguars and cheetahs. All humans have fingerprints which, again, are unique to every individual and the network of veins in every single leaf forms a pattern of life. Yes, patterns are everywhere in the world, some being generic but many being as unique and individual as the creature itself.

Patterns are what make up the universe, but not always in shape. Many are in colour, as in a rainbow and others are in numeric codes. Everything in the universe can be reduced to a sequential pattern that has its own vibrational frequency, or ‘DNA’ if you like, that distinguishes its molecular structure from every other organism on the…

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