This is it!


On October 31, 2008 I received a message where I saw my own handwriting the words “This is it!”  Then on November 2, 2008, I received an image of a hand in a glove but new age type drawing.  For the longest time, I waited for more specific information on what “This is it!” actually meant.  Then, in September 2009, I finally found out!

As with many of the visions and images I receive which relate to the cases on working on, they are providing a point of reference as to timing.

Something substantial relating to two of the cases I’m working on happened in late October 2009, and I’m feeling as if it were on October 31, 2009.

Because of this, something very substantial will take place on December 21, 2009.

Then the Big Bang on January 28, 2010.

Enjoy the ride!

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This is it!

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Michael Jackson’s

Moonwalk Glove


NOVEMBER 22, 2009
More than 80 Michael Jackson collectibles — including the late pop star’s famous rhinestone-studded glove from a 1983 performance — were auctioned off Saturday, reaping a total $2 million.

Profits from the auction at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York’s Times Square crushed pre-sale expectations of only $120,000 in sales.

The highly prized memorabilia, which included items spanning the many stages of Jackson’s career, came from more than 30 fans, associates and family members, who contacted Julien’s Auctions to sell their gifts and mementos of the singer.

Jackson’s flashy glove was the big-ticket item of the night, fetching $420,000 from a buyer in Hong Kong, China. Jackson wore the glove at a 1983 performance during “Motown 25,” an NBC special where he debuted his revolutionary moonwalk.

Fellow Motown star Walter “Clyde” Orange of the Commodores, who also performed in the special 26 years ago, said he asked for Jackson’s autograph at the time, but Jackson gave him the glove instead.

“The legacy that [Jackson] left behind is bigger than life for me,” Orange said. “I hope that through that glove people can see what he was trying to say in his music and what he said in his music.”

Orange said he plans to give a portion of the proceeds to charity.

This is an excerpt from’s “Glove, other Michael Jackson items fetch $2 million” Read the full article at

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