targets dwelled in:

1) Ancient Kingdom of Atlanteans - Asgard properties (

this area has a large settlement of a very sophisticated ancient kingdom

very strong immortal vibrations emit from this port

there is a well - entrance leading into the underground kingdoms -

for one to enter deeper in this area their desire to be immortal must remain strong

the rewards are many -

lat - 77°56'43.91"N

long - 77°56'43.91"N


2) An Ancient Kingdom -strong light energies- appears to be of an emigration of smaller people - source of Inuits?

lat -70°18'32.13"N

long -45°15'4.62"W






through meditation in these group sessions one may receive strong amounts of VRIL energy



Sunday evening directions August 15, 2010 Session 9PM to 11PM EST

VHEC Journey  into Greenland - Ancient Timeline - Subsurface - Subterranean

It is believed that an ancient culture which still has monuments buried below  in the ice shelf which may be seen. What are their sources? Who are the descendants that left them there. Was there a mighty culture which one existed on this large land mass?

Though we may not realize it today, Greenland played a large role in the past going back into ancient history and pre-history.  Greenland has hidden beneath its ice shelf ancient cities which can be experienced by the remote viewer.

We are looking for ancient cultures that have surface anomalies that can be witnessed through remote-viewing, leading into tunnels systems with cities and monuments below.

As the VRIL Astral Traveler views and then enters the subterranean energy grid, the experience reflects the belief that Greenland is now as in the past, a place of great portent - and of great potential now and into the future for those knowing and seeking immortality.

This is our first VHEC Journey into Greenland.


The VRIL astral traveler who is interested in following the timeline back into the history of Greenland will find very intriguing mysteries revealed.

[the Vikings' disappearance is still shrouded in great mystery]


Directions as given by VHEC Shaman Guide For Steps of Astral Journey:

If you are interested in the historical - time travel process. Find a time that best interests you and meditate on this prior to the session Sunday evening. It is important to know the Akashic Records will open to the one who has desire. By this the 'desire in your heart' to find out an historical account of a past event - is the key.

Spend time writing down your questions before the journey. There is nothing more true than the idiom 'ask and the answers will be given'. For many this is a practice for future analyzing how one can gather information quickly. By writing down your questions prior to travel, the mind will pick up on this and will penetrate the target for this information, whether one is consciously aware of this happening or not. The mind is always busy and equipped to gather information on many levels. The mind's eye will often go before your own observation and view things that are out of reach of the normal setting of your mind. Allow this to work for you. Soon you will be able to penetrate walls into other areas of buildings without entering them, in a simple gaze. You will also be able to access the timeline of events that occur in a moment. Several hundred years may be seen in a passing glance.

Our overall goal is finding a tunnel system(s) and entrance(s) beneath present day surface locations (targets).  By contacting beings in this area, those who have passed over but have left strong energy signals we may acquire information concerning tunnel entrances that may still be available to humans today.

 Create your circle of protection, and allow the positive energy of the VRIL to encompass your astral body as you power up  into the light energy grid of Mother Earth.

1.  9:00- 9:15pm This time will allow the viewer to see symbols of archetypes that are part of the natural geomancy of the area. Gaze onto the targets of the satellite maps and raise your inner VRIL fire. Keen on light energies that are revealed as third eye opens and gather a sense of the past. Call on the Akashic Records and open to the information pouring into your mind's HD.  Access the timeline going back to a date (or series of dates) that interests you. The more specific you are, the more specific the material is that you will receive.

2.   9:30pm - Once you are satisfied with the information you have received, enter into the area through your third eye more fully. Slip into the time zone you have the high interest in and contemplate on your surroundings. Once you are satisfied with the surface experience, begin looking for entrances that lead down to the next level underground. Study the holy places of the past people. There are points of geomancy given in their location.

3.   10pm - Develop a method where you can see underground - by illumination. Send a signal out of your third eye that will light up your surroundings. This is a good practice to get into when going into the deeper caverns prior to entering the Crystalline Grid, or naturally illuminated places. Enter a more powerful vibration so that you will flow through walls quickly and begin entry into the deeper cavern areas below the city. Our overall goal is to find a colony or colonies that presently exist or existed in the past (having left markings of their existence).

4.   10:30 pm - Go as deep as you want. The journey into the Earth may be at times overwhelming in its beauty. The inner VRIL reveals the nature of Earth. Practice deep breathing, expanding your diaphragm. Think of the expanding diaphragm as a bellows which is adding oxygen to your inner fire.

11pm – close of VHEC Journey, meditate as long as you have desire to. Write in your journal notes if you wish immediately following the journey or wait until morning. Your memory of an event is the most authentic within a 12 hour period following a journey. The mental notes you have made along the way will pop up into your mind and will allow you to detail your story. Add drawings as you feel describe further the locations you have visited

peace and High VRIL,

Greg 2010








The history of Greenland in 12 sentences
- First Inuit came 4,500 years ago
- 6 waves of immigration or 6 cultures
- The Thule Culture came about 1,000 years ago. They were highly
   skilled hunters with kayaks, umiaqs and dogsleds
- 982 AD: Eric the Red finds his way to Greenland
- 1000: Christianity comes to the North American Continent with
   Leif Eriksson
- 1300: Norse and Inuit finally meet
- 1408: Last written reports about the Norsemen
- 1721: Hans Egede Christianizes the Inuit
- 1900: Knud Rasmussen begins his famous expeditions
- 1941: First American bases
- 1953: New Constitution
- 1979: Home Rule Government
- 2009: Greenland Government

- The largest island in the world
- From South to North: 2,700 kilometers
- Size: 2,175,600 sq. km - which is the same as France, Great Britain,
  Germany, Spain, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, and Belgium combined!
- Only 410,449 square km are ice free - equivalent to the British Isles.
- Canada is Greenland's closest neighbor - only 26 km away at the
   closest point




Nuuk, Greenland


  - The Norse History of Greenland 982-1500
982-985   Erik the Red explores and names Greenland, after being outlawed for three years on account of manslaughter in Iceland.
986   Southern Greenland is settled by Erik the Red as he leads the first settlers from Iceland. Erik the Red settles in Brattahlid (today's Qassiarsuk) which becomes the center of the Eastern Settlement.
986-1000   More settlers arrive from Scandinavia and they gradually settle the Southwest coast of Greenland from Cape Farewell to present-day Nuuk. The Norse population center around two major settlements, the Western and the Eastern.
1000   Leif Eriksson, son of Erik the Red, returns to Greenland from Norway, bringing along the first Christian missionary. Soon hereafter, the first Christian church on the North American continent, Thjódhildur's Church, is built at Brattahlid.
Around 1000   Leif Eriksson discovers and names land in present-day Canada: Helluland, Markland and Vinland. Thus, he becomes the first person of European origin ever to set foot on the North American mainland.
1124-26   Greenland becomes a diocese of its own. The episcopal residence is placed at Gardar (present-day Igaliku) close to Brattahlid (today's Qassiarsuk).
1261   Following the example of Iceland, the Greenlandic Parliament acknowledges the Norwegian King's supremacy and right to claim taxes.
1350-60   Ivar Bardarsson, an Icelandic clerical official, reports the Western Settlement abandoned. 
Inuit begin to appear near the Norse areas, settling along the coastline.
1370-   The trade between Norway and Greenland gradually declines. The vital trade reaches a critical minimum by the loss of the Greenland-Knarr, the trade vessel used for Greenland, in approximately 1380.
1397   The Norwegian, Swedish and Danish kingdoms merge into the Kalmar Union. The supremacy and tax claims of Greenland are hereafter handled by the Danish court.
1408   A wedding is held at Hvalsey Church. This is the last written record of Greenland's Norse population.
1480-1500   The Norse population of Greenland disappears. 
Norse ruins at Brattahlid. 
  Erik the Red - Leif Eriksson's father. 
In the 960s Erik the Red, a fiery Norwegian, was exiled from his home in Norway. He went to Iceland, where he married Thjodhildur. He was later banished from there for three years. Erik headed west and discovered a land with an inviting fjord landscape and fertile, green valleys. He was greatly impressed by the land's resources, and he returned to Iceland and spoke about this land, which he called "the green land". 
In 986 he set out from Iceland at the head of 25 ships, heading for Greenland. There were 500 men and women on board. Of the 25 ships only 14 reached their destination. 
The Vikings founded Brattahlid and the two hamlets of Vesterbygden and Østerbygden. Around the year 1000 the population was approx. 3,000, living in 300-400 farms. This small community survived for 500 years. Why they disappeared is still a great mystery. 
Viking settlement in Newfoundland. 
The oldest known European colony in the New World is the Viking settlement of L'Anse-aux-Meadows in northwest Newfoundland, Canada. After excavations of 2,400 Viking objects there is no longer any doubt that the Vikings discovered America long before Columbus. 
Under sail. 
The sailing ship was the Vikings' great passion and also the reason for their huge expansion across the whole of Europe. None of the Viking expeditions, however, have had a bigger impact on the future than the voyages to Greenland and America. 
Inuit and Vikings. 
For several hundred years the Vikings lived side by side with the Inuit, who came to Greenland 4,500 years ago. A mini ice age may have caused the Vikings to leave or perhaps they succumbed to the harsh living conditions. We don't know for certain, and the Vikings' disappearance is still shrouded in great mystery. They left many things behind, however, that have made it possible to form an impression of their homes and way of life. 





Medieval Greenland abandoned but not forgotten, study finds

A new article on late medieval Greenland finds that several attempts were made to return to the northern island in the 15th and 16th centuries.

Janus Moller Jensen, who teaches at the University of Southern Denmark, examines what happened in "The Forgotten Crusades: Greenland and the Crusades, 1400-1523." Greenland was first settled by Icelanders and Norweigians in 986, but during the early 15th century contact between the Greenland settlers and the rest of medieval Europe was cut and the community disappeared.



Jensen's article examines attempts by the rulers of the Kalmar Union (which consisted of the kingdoms of Norway, Sweden and Denmark) to send an expedition to the island, which they considered to be part of their territory.

Chronicles and sources claim that the settlers in Greenland as being at war with a race of people known as the Karelians (or pygmies), who may have been the Inuit. The attempts to return to Greenland was portrayed as a crusade to regain the land taken by heathens.

Jensen also finds evidence that the Kalmar Union and the Portuguese cooperated and may have even lauched a joint expedition to Greenland in the 15th century, with their goal not only to reach Greenland, but also to find a northwest passage to India.

Unfortunately, little is known about what happened in these expeditions. That might be explained by the words of one 16th century Portuguese writer, who noted "But as most of those who made discoveries were ruined thereby, there is no recollection left by any of them so far as we know, particular those who steered northward."

Jensen's article can be found in volume 7 of the journal Crusades, which is published by the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East.

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