On the 1st of this month McKayla posted on her @glohe_ Instagram wellness account a video of a waterfall with no contextual link to her long caption. But the video is a repost from her Heavenly Mountain visit last year to attend a CMA Elite Development Course, as I’ve discussed.
Her long caption is about her recent kidney stones diagnosis and her goals for March, starting:
Happy March 1st my beautiful Glohe friends. I love you all a lot, and hope this month is a successful one for you!!
I was rushed to the ER in excruciating pain, and there I found out I have a few large kidney stones!! Yikes. I’m still waiting to meet with a specialist, because I might need some surgery — I’m not sure yet!
She neglected to mention in her caption the waterfall was from her visit to a man claiming superpowers to cure all kinds of digestive problems, blockages and a wealth of other issues she’s had, like fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue. Like a kind of Human Microscope and Molecular Laser.
She also didn’t mention if she first tried to use her own knowledge of those same powers to diagnose and cure herself:
Nor did she consider it worth mentioning if she will be mitigating her karma via her guru’s angelically-powered spiritual tools to prevent her problem recurring, and advising her followers to do likewise.
If she had revealed to her followers a true belief of this nonsense her account would instantly become a joke and end any thought she’s a credible voice for health or wellness. She knows she can’t be credible and also promote snake oil “spirit repair” CDs, “pendants dispelling negative frequencies” and training courses that teach “remote scanning“, “secret commands” and “self diagnosis“.
She did not mention those things but posting that waterfall indicates MJD and his training course were on her mind and associated with the topic she was writing about. Like her main account, @glohe_ is infected with his world of deception.
In fact her next post reads like it could’ve been written by MJD himself. Fixated with autoimmune diseases and the intestinal tract. Easy to read it in his voice. Her final slide is equivalent to CMA’s boilerplate disclaimers, effectively admitting we should ignore her because she’s only pretending to be knowledgeable, just like her “Master John”:
Location, Location, Location
A comment asks “Where is this? Looks beautiful and peaceful” but she has not replied.
I laid out my discovery of the general location in my first McKayla post and asked for more precise information for curiosity.
Thanks to an informed contact, I now know the waterfall is indeed on Heavenly Mountain, North Carolina. It’s a part of Laurel Creek called the “Blue Hole”. A pleasant and secluded place to visit by all accounts, if you’re a Heavenly Mountain resident in the know. It’s accessed by a few easy hiking trails.
Significantly, it’s a short distance from the CMA chapel which like the Blue Hole and the whole of Heavenly Mountain is within private land. The exact map location is publicly available if you want to search the details.
I had guessed it must be somewhere fairly known and not purely CMA connected, so I was partially correct.
Just a small piece of a puzzle I was curious about.
Another comment on McKayla’s waterfall says “Now that is tranquility”. I agree it looks tranquil, beautiful and peaceful (usage of the rope swing excepted.) But I would warn visitors of running into CMA people such as Christopher Hartnett. Which is not a peaceful, tranquil or beautiful prospect.
I guess MJD too has visited the waterfall in the past. I expect he will not be visiting in the future.
For now, it’s best to virtually visit the picturesque Blue Hole thanks to existing videos. The Blue Hole was there long before Hartnett and MJD ever set foot on Heavenly Mountain and it will still be there long after CMA.