Celebrating 10 Years of Raw Traveling

10 years. Yup, I started this 10 years ago. My first post was Dec. 9th, 2006. I was 43 and I was in L.A. in my motorhome called Whitey. I stayed there about a month while I hung out with a friend from Canada and saw another old friend from Toronto and did many tours of raw food restaurants and spent a weekend at the Celebration of Oneness festival in Pasedena where I met so many in the know, now, alt, healer, new age, raw foody, occulty people, many of whom I am friends with today.

It was definitely the start of something and if I had not done it, I fear I would be worse off.

I look at all the bloggers out there today and I weigh them against my own expression. I value this blog as a  vehicle of expression for my inner undiscovered seeker self. (not always, I tried to turn it into a promotional vehicle for my aerial photography business and it didn't work) Better to leave it as a public diary of sorts.  

As it turns out, it is fantastic validation of my authenticity. I was always a few steps ahead of the game.

When I look at my online presence weighed against my real life, I really do have what is termed, survivors mission. That is what this is. A mission. Guess what? I live in a town called Mission, BC. Coincidence? I think not!

Wow, did I think I would be sitting here 10 years later with all these disclosures and discoveries all around me? Did I think that I would be physically, spiritually connected to thousands of people who are actively involved in what is known as disclosure? Not really sure what the deal is turning that into a political movement. I see it as more of a monitoring of the elliptic.

I think, more than anything, this blog has helped me find a voice and in a most obscure way, influence the world.

Let's not forget the discovery of MK ultra girl. Can you imagine? Probably not. But I did it. I found my kind. I found thousands, maybe millions of others with direct experience of what had only been a muffled longing prior.

Bravo to me and to all the other revivor, survivor, thrivers out there. This swamp has a ways to go yet to get to the bottom. God willing, I'll be there.

Big blessed bear hug.

Ellen Atkin


Merry Xmas, dear Ellen!

Love what you feel .. and say.

Thanks for sharing your multi-faceted expressions ..

Grateful Goddess K