In 1993, Sage Sweetwater began a creative project that would one day be utilized for healing of child sexual, physical, and verbal abuse. That project Sage titled "Den of Thieves". The title comes from the playful "stealing" nature of the fox. Sage Sweetwater lives just acres away from a Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Her neighbors rehabilitate wildlife native to Colorado, mountain lion, bobcat, bear, deer, antelope, spotted skunk, many other animals, and many Amazon parrots that have been confiscated by the Department of Wildlife from illegal ownership. Sage has spent a great deal of time with her good friends who own the Wet Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation Center 40 acres from her. Sage wrote Sienna: For the Children of the Sun many years ago and posted the poem on Authors Den in 2006.
Sienna: For the Children of the Sun http://www.authorsden.com/visit/viewpoetry.asp?id=159092
Sage wrote the poem for healing purposes of childhood abuse. Sage illustrated several pictures that she has geared for a future publication of a coloring book, all profits will be donated to the therapy of sexually abused children. Sage illustrated this project under the nom de plume, Keysta D. Lorean, the same byline Sage wrote The Biker Chronicles under. The colored-in illustrations you see here along with many others will be done in just outline form to accomodate a coloring book for healing abused children through nature. This includes healing the very gifted Indigo children of today. A portion of Sage's illustrations will be geared toward the cosmic mind and our star system the Indigo children will highly relate to.
The reality of our world is a shifting, evolving, dynamic energy field. As part of this ecosystem, humanity is growing, and developing. As the needs of the whole shift, changes need to be made in the parts that make up that whole. So it is with the auras. A new color-Indigo-has emerged, with physical characteristics significantly different than those of the other colors. At this time, most Indigos are still children or young adults. Sage Sweetwater views Indigo children as gifted and invested with multiple talents and abilities that will be necessary for our evolution and ascension. These Indigo children have unique characteristics for which we can only guess what their purpose is.
In an epic poem, Savitri, the late master Sri Aurobindo of India vividly describes a coming new race of humanity emerging on Earth. Many think he was refering to the Indigo Children in this poem excerpt.
"I saw them cross the twilight of an age, The sun-eyed children of a marvelous dawn, Great creators with wide brows of calm, The massive barrier-breakers of the world, Laborers in the quarries of the gods The architects of immortality."
An Indigo Child can be a girl or a boy who displays a new and unusual set of psychological and psychic attributes. Indigo Children reveal a pattern of behavior generally undocumented before. This pattern has singularly unique factors that call for parents and teachers to change their treatment and upbringing of these kids to assist them in achieving balance and harmony in their lives, and to help them avoid frustration.
Sage Sweetwater incorporates a high percentage of her artistic, creative work in many different genres to heal women and children from ugly incidents in life. As a highly creative individual who lets no one bring her down, Sage doesn't have a need to be posing with the in-crowd. Like her or not, she doesn't give a rip. Sage Sweetwater shares her writing, voice narration, photography and art with the greater world, in the assumption that she is making her world a better place. Sage Sweetwater is Truth, Honesty, and Integrity.
These are a few of Sage's illustrations with a balance towards nature.