(Minghui.org) World Falun Dafa Day, celebrated each year on May 13, is a special day for Falun Dafa practitioners around the globe. This year's May 13 also marks the 70th birthday of Mr. Li Hongzhi, founder of Falun Dafa. To celebrate the special occasion, about 5,200 practitioners in Taipei got together for a large-scale character formation event at Liberty Square on May 1. 

It was a fine day and a rainbow-colored solar halo appeared in the sky. Through their celestial eye, some practitioners also saw magnificent scenes of Master arriving on a dragon accompanied by divine beings. Here I would also like to share what I saw. 

It rained in Taipei two days before the event. It was because an Azure Dragon from another dimension had come to this dimension. An Azure dragon brings rain to clear the field in advance of an important event. 

On the night before the character formation, a tortoise climbed up to Liberty Square and appeared in the preparation tent set up for the event. In traditional Chinese culture, the  tortoise is a symbol of longevity. Looking at this unexpected guest, I was both surprised and happy.

A tortoise appeared at 11 p.m. on April 30 in a tent set up for character formation at Liberty Square

Liberty Square is a major site for public gatherings and one of the most visited sites in the region by tourists. Curious about why this tortoise would come at this moment, I communicated with it through the supernormal ability of telepathy. It said it had reincarnated for 700 or 800 years for this opportunity. After an arduous effort, it made it here to attend Mr. Li’s 70th birthday celebration. The tortoise was happy and excited because it knew that after its participation in the event, it would become a human being in its next reincarnation and would be able to practice Falun Dafa then. 

Moved by this story, I felt very fortunate to be a human being who could practice Dafa. Furthermore, we are Fa-rectification Period Dafa Disciples and Master is looking after us all the time. We may have taken this for granted and might not have thought much of it. But beings in other dimensions may not look at it this way. They probably admire us for having this opportunity to become Fa-rectification period Dafa disciples, the most fortunate beings in the cosmos. 

On the day of the event, many practitioners saw a silver dragon. In fact, silver dragons often appear in Dafa activities. With a higher level than azure dragons, silver dragons can suppress vicious red dragons in high dimensions to ensure the success of our events. One thing to point out is that, although coming from high levels, silver dragons’ capabilities during the battle between good and evil are closely related to the cultivation state of the practitioners participating in the events. When practitioners have a pure mind and righteous thoughts, silver dragons are able to win the battle and ensure the success of the said activities. 

Other than bringing rain like azure dragons, a silver dragon can also regulate temperature. That is why although there is direct sunlight in our activities, there are no sunburns. This is because the temperature drops a little after a silver dragon appears and the moisture level of the air increases. 

Multi-colored solar halo taken by a practitioner’s cell phone. Through their celestial eye, the practitioner saw layers of golden lotus flowers, petals, and a silver dragon. 

More importantly, a silver dragon can clear the path for the Creator, preparing for the Creator’s arrival. 

According to traditional Chinese culture, four creatures serve as guardians of the four cardinal directions. They are: the Azure Dragon of the East, the Vermilion Bird of the South, the White Tiger of the West, and the Black Tortoise (also known as “Black Warrior”) of the North.

During this character formation in Taipei, many divine beings were present, in addition to the azure dragon, the silver dragon, the Vermilion Bird, and the tortoise. 

This article only represents the author’s current understanding meant for sharing among practitioners so that we can “Compare with one another in study, in cultivation.” (“Solid Cultivation,” Hong Yin)

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