Overlighting Land Deva reveals herself in photographs!

by Laura Walthers - April 8, 2021


Each year in late March the Fawn Lily flowers bloom on the grounds of the Deepwood Museum and Gardens in Salem, OR. It is a historical landmark and the Victorian house and gardens are 125 years old. I have always felt the Fawn Lily is a fairy flower. It is so whimsical and dainty. Several times when I have visited the gardens and wild nature trails there, the Overlighting Land Deva showed up in my photographs! What a treat!


A couple of days ago I visited and before I got out of my car I called and connected to the Land Deva. I told her I was so grateful for her service with the plant devas and many faeries and elementals that lived and took care of the land. I asked her to show me the magic! You will see in the following photographs how she showed up.

Above Photo: Blooming meadow of Fawn Lily Flowers on grounds of Deepwood Museum and Gardens, Salem, Oregon by Laura Walthers

The Fawn Lilies were dancing in the afternoon sun!

Above Photo: Overlighting Land Deva appears above meadow of Fawn Lilies!

I could feel a lot of energy and did not see the Land Deva until I looked at this image later on my cell phone. She appeared in white light and is emanating a rainbow colored energy field. Her head has a slight aqua color. If you look at the top of the trunk of the tree to her left, you can see faces of the tree spirits!

Above Photo: The faeries leave a mark with an 'X' of crossed sticks to send a message.

As I walked further on the trail, I looked down on the ground and discovered an 'X' symbol of two crossed sticks the faeries often leave to convey a message. Right near this area was a tree with a beautiful fawn lily in front of it. I stopped and took a photograph.

Above Photograph: Photo of yellow and white Fawn Lily Flower. Photo taken by Laura Walthers with cell phone.

I could feel a lot of energy at this tree. I loved the Fawn Lily Flower and took an image of its beauty. Later I could see many faces in the tree trunk behind it; particularly of the Green Man in the moss. He is smiling with his tongue out. This is a common pose he takes in nature. (Follow white arrow.)

Above Photograph: Photo of yellow and white Fawn Lily Flowers. Photo taken by Laura Walthers

I was intuitively drawn to this area of the nature walk. It is close to a small creek that runs next to the park. I took this photo, then felt to take another one. To my surprise later the Overlighting Land Deva showed up in the second one. Sure glad I listened to my intuition!

Above Photograph: Overlighting Land Deva - Photo taken by Laura Walthers

I was so delighted to see her again! This time she shows a bright neon aqua colored band with blended layers of bright blue and deep violet colors. Also a burst of golden/magenta colored light rays! Open your heart and breathe in her colors and vibration. It is a high frequency of Love!

Above Photograph: Closeup of White Fawn Lily - Photo taken by Laura Walthers

I did take a close up of this cluster of White Fawn Lilies for you to see how they beautifully embrace one another. On the top flower you can see how its stamen is wrapped around the bottom stem and the petal also wraps itself around the stem. Nature is very feminine, always gracefully embracing and receiving!

Above Photograph: Closeup of White Fawn Lily - Photo taken by Laura Walthers

Above Photograph: Closeup of White Fawn Lily - Photo taken by Laura Walthers

Even as the flower starts to deteriorate, it is so beautiful in its process of folds and curls!

I hope you have enjoyed the beauty of nature and the joy of seeing the Overlighting Land Deva. Each landscape has one and they are good to call on when you are lost in the woods or on a trail.


Love from Laura and the Land Devas!

Happy Trails!








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