Susan Isabelle is the Keeper of the 13th Crystal Skull of the Maya.Her life has been filled with mystery and adventure! She really is Indiana Jones!How she came to the Keeper responsibility is quite a story in itself. So, we will share with you some of the details of her personal story so you may begin to understand the depths of this, " Indiana Jones!".
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Susan Isabelle was born in Massachusetts, USA in 1949. Her mother was from Canada and of the French and Iroquois Indian lineage. She inherited her fair complexion from her English father.
She was raised by both parents in the 1960's during times of civil unrest while living in the deep south. She moved there with them when she was four years old. She grew up on the pristine beaches of the Gulf Coast spending time with a pet dolphin.
Later, the visits with her father to bring food and help the black families that lived in the swampy back bay areas of Florida taught her the need for human compassion and the need to make changes in the world.At that time she vowed to help the people one day.She became an advocate of human rights at a very young age and fought hard for civil rights, even while in high school.
The life-changing moment of impact occurred at age 12 when she made a trip to the north east, traveling up through the southern states. She saw the tragic situation of the black people from the back seat of the car; the visions of extremely poor, naked children playing outside their shacks on large plantation-style lands of the rich growing tobacco, still haunts her memories.
In 1972, Susan was a very young mother to two children and married to a man that had become gravely ill. They lived in NH. One night, she prayed for him, pleading with God until 3:00 am as he labored to breathe. Suddenly, she felt as though she was being squeezed from head to toe! The air was compressed out of her body and to her surprise, she found herself floating above her body while looking down at her husband and her own body below.
Escorted by angels, she found herself in the Presence of God. While she was there, she was commanded, "GO BACK AND HELP THE PEOPLE!" An hour and a half later, she was returned to her body.
Shaking on her bed, she could only cry,
" HOW? How am I going to help the people, Lord?"
Unlike much of the teachings of the New Age that we are GOD, Susan also learned something that day as she stood before the Throne of God; we are NOT God; God is our Creator, we are the Thoughts of His Mind and of the Mother's Compassionate Love that brought us into being.We are the little "g" gods. We are the product of the Father's THOUGHT and will one day, be given many gifts.
Within a few days she experienced a second miracle that would give her some understanding of how God would help her. It was Winter, 1972, in NH and it was cold! So cold that the young family could not afford to pay the heat and the children's father was still upstairs, very ill, unable to work.
Susan remembered that somewhere outside, in the snow, was a little sapling tree her husband had cut up during the summer. If she could find it perhaps they could use the wood in the stove.Wandering outside with her two young sons, ages 5 and 6, Susan dug under the snow until she found the cut up little pieces of wood. Her son's eager hands took the pieces as she struggled to pull them out of the hole from the snow and ice. "Here, take these and put them by the back door for me. I'll try to get some more out." She told her two boys as they took the little pieces in their arms. Then they returned for more. Susan didn't even look up as she pulled the pieces of wood out of the snow. Just a few minutes later, both boys stood in front of her, "Mom, we're cold."
"I know, Honey" Susan said as she stood up to face them. Then she glanced over their shoulders toward the house. "Oh, My God!" Susan screamed. Then she fell to her knees and cried.
Instead of a little pile by the back door, wood was stacked 30 feet long, completely across the whole back of the basement, about 3 feet high! There was enough wood there for the entire winter!
That day, Susan learned another lesson; God, our Creator, is a God of Miracles. That knowledge was necessary for her to go and "Help the People." She knew then that everything she'd ever need would be provided.
Before Susan could even fathom the future events for her, they were already in place.
She completed her degree in Human Services and began work as a social worker for the State of Massachusetts. She helped to write grants for the homeless, pregnant and parenting teens and abused children.
Susan advocated, and picketed the White House, later meeting with Senator Kennedy and her delegation in DC for childcare bills and homeless families during the 1980's.
She became chairperson for the State of Mass. for the Office For Children where her committee work on infant mortality prevention gained her an award from Govenor Michael Dukakus.
She was awarded the National Child Welfare League's commendation in Washington, DC for her work on a Rural Homeless Bill for pregnant and parenting teens, as well as commendations for her work from the House Of Represenatives and Senate of Massachusetts.
She later worked for the Easter Seal Program and Moore Center Services as a crisis worker in New Hampshire for eight years assisting the most vulnerable children and families.This all prepared her for a future that would be nothing short of a miracle itself!
2000...While in Belize, Susan was presented with many challenges; her group was stopped in travel by a band of gorilla's armed with machine guns, ghosts appeared in the night giving instructions, an entity attempted to kill her and her group and more!
2003....For a fantastic reason, Susan Isabelle found herself in a trance upon King Arthur's Round Table in Tintagel with the 13th Crystal Skull....