10 Reasons Clay Should Be In Every Mama’s Cupboard By Kresha Faber, Contributing Writer This post contains affiliate links. So let me state for the record that I am officially crackers. I let my kids eat dirt. And not only that, I make sure they eat dirt. Okay, okay – it’s not just any dirt, although I will argue that eating dirt while they play can actually be quite a healthy thing, the dirt to which I am referring is mineral-rich clay. It’s known as “the clay of a thousand uses,” but as a mother of three young children, I find it especially handy for ten specific reasons. 1. No matter how healthily we eat or how healthily we feed our children, our bodies have to deal with a lot of junk. While our livers, kidneys, and lymphatic systems are still working hard to move those toxins out of our systems, they’re often overwhelmed, so the toxins get stored around the body, causing weakness, lack of energy, feeling foggy, and the inability to lose weight. See Kate’s detox method and how she uses clay, even as an exclusively-breastfeeding mama. 2.
Timemapping Spiritual Transformation: Shamanism and Evolutionary Astrology The Astral Shaman Through my interest and passion for shamanism, the celestial language of astrology visited me, like magi from a distant, exotic desertscape. In 2004, I began an almost obsessive relationship with the Mayan culture, their mysterious 2012 end date, and their sacred 260-day count, called the Tzolkin. Simultaneously, I exposed myself to the world of Amazonian shamanism through Jeremy Nearby's groundbreaking book The Cosmic Serpent, which linked the serpentine visions of shamans and their indigenous cosmologies with the structures of DNA. As the languages of astrology and shamanism penetrated every aspect of my being, I learned that in most cultures, there had never been a separation between shaman and stargazer. As the cultural mythmaker, the shaman would indeed need to maintain communication with the meaning of the cycles of the stars, in addition to his or her transmissions with astral beings and the ancestral realm. Journey into the Past Reach Out and Touch Someone
Blue-eyed Humans Have A Single, Common Ancestor New research shows that people with blue eyes have a single, common ancestor. A team at the University of Copenhagen have tracked down a genetic mutation which took place 6-10,000 years ago and is the cause of the eye colour of all blue-eyed humans alive on the planet today. What is the genetic mutation "Originally, we all had brown eyes," said Professor Hans Eiberg from the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine. Limited genetic variation Variation in the colour of the eyes from brown to green can all be explained by the amount of melanin in the iris, but blue-eyed individuals only have a small degree of variation in the amount of melanin in their eyes. Professor Eiberg and his team examined mitochondrial DNA and compared the eye colour of blue-eyed individuals in countries as diverse as Jordan, Denmark and Turkey. Nature shuffles our genes The mutation of brown eyes to blue represents neither a positive nor a negative mutation.
Home of Shamanic Astrology Mystery School Vitamin B-6 Deficiency Sign: No Dream Recall On the way home from preschool the other day, five-year-old Frederick was recounting his dream for the night. As he described the dream, I thought “I must write about this on the site.” What I thought to myself as he told me the story was “Good news. His B-6 status is good.” Your regular doctor will not have this information but pioneer in mental health and food nutrients, Carl Pfieffer, describes in his book Nutrition and Mental Illness that in the presence of a B-6 deficiency you do not recall your dreams at night. 192 How many times have you said, “I don’t have dreams”? You likely do have dreams but you just don’t remember them. I did have a dream last night. Your doctor can test your B-6 level but some will start with a more general plasma homocysteine that is associated with poor folate, B-12, and/or B-6. B-6, by the way, is critical in converting your proteins such as tryptophan into key neurotransmitters such as serotonin. “Children were screaming and laughing. “Were they scared?”
Astrotheology, the Holy Science Phenomenal portraits of Siamese fighting fish perfectly lit in clear water give impression they are floating in mid air Thai photographer Visarute Angkatavanich created the series of photos Siamese fighting fish have been line bred for over 120 years Breeding created today’s stunning colours and long finage By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:02 GMT, 18 November 2013 | UPDATED: 18:20 GMT, 18 November 2013 A Thai photographer has created a series of phenomenal portraits of Siamese fighting fish. The intimate photos are perfectly lit in clear water and look as if the fish are floating in mid air. Visarute Angkatavanich who originally studied advertising before embarking on a career as a commercial photographer, says that photographing fish is his true 'passion.' Mid-air: A Thai photographer has created a series of phenomenal portraits of Siamese fighting fish Battle: Keepers are recommended to only have one male to a tank as they will fight each other to the death Elegant: 'I love to take their motion in many ways of lighting to show their elegant pose,' said Mr Angkatavanich
Astrolatry The term astro-theology is used in the context of 18th to 19th century scholarship aiming at the discovery of the original religion, particularly primitive monotheism. Unlike astrolatry, which usually implies polytheism, frowned upon as idolatrous by Christian authors since Eusebius, astrotheology is any "religious system founded upon the observation of the heavens", and in particular, may be monotheistic. Babylonian astronomy from early times associates stars with deities, but the heavens[disambiguation needed] as the residence of an anthropomorphic pantheon, and later of monotheistic God and his retinue of angels, is a later development, gradually replacing the notion of the pantheon residing or convening on the summit of high mountains. Sayce (1913) argues a parallelism of the "stellar theology" of Babylon and Egypt, both countries absorbing popular star-worship into the official pantheon of their respective state religions by identification of gods with stars or planets. 75.
The Effect of Negative Emotions on Our Health | Fractal Enlightenment | हम सब एक है ~ We Are All One “If someone wishes for good health, one must first ask oneself if he is ready to do away with the reasons for his illness. Only then is it possible to help him.” ~ Hippocrates Your mind and body are linked, which can’t be seen, but only felt. Your body reflects your emotional and psychological states. A positive mental attitude and powerful immune system will be the result of a healthy spiritual, physical and emotional state. Think of the time when your heart was racing with anticipation or fright, or that feeling in your stomach – its a result of the thoughts and emotions transferring to the physical body. Your thoughts and feelings are linked to specific parts of the body and different illnesses. I came across this emotional chart which shows the mental thought patterns that form our daily experiences. If you maintain a negative attitude, that invariably attracts negative vibrations and feelings – which disrupts your body’s natural energy flow. Image Source Emotional chart
Cosmic Tree of Life - Oneism - Wayne Herschel - Lost symbol of the Solomon Key parchment In the star photograph animation above, Orion's belt shows the way in alignment to find the place of a special star that many ancient civilisations, especially the Egyptians and the Sumerians worshiped as the place of their great and powerful star visitors. The ancients no doubt insisted that since these 'angelic' beings also had great technology and could do a lot more than just fly... they became their 'gods'. (Hence the listing of the important star here as the star of the 'gods' of ancient civilisations that Wayne covers in his book The Hidden Records). In fact the only real difference between 'them' and 'us' is technology. Two prominent nations still arguing today over different ways - each driven by their collection of records that became two of the most followed religions of this world. What is a holy war some may ask? Union of the two most powerful symbols ... These terrible old ways appear to be secretly working their way back into society again. See www.thehiddenrecords.com
Rangi and Papa Papa and Rangi held each other in a tight embrace In Māori mythology the primal couple Rangi and Papa (or Ranginui and Papatuanuku) appear in a creation myth explaining the origin of the world. In some South Island dialects, Rangi is called Raki or Rakinui. Union and separation Ranginui and Papatuanuku are the primordial parents, the sky father and the earth mother who lie locked together in a tight embrace. But his brother Tāne disagrees, suggesting that it is better to push them apart, to let Ranginui be as a stranger to them in the sky above while Papatuanuku will remain below to nurture them. War in heaven and earth Tāne adorned Ranginui with stars And so the children of Ranginui and Papatuanuku see light and have space to move for the first time. Then Tāwhirimātea attacks the oceans and huge waves rise, whirlpools form, and Tangaroa, the god of the sea, flees in panic. Yearning Names and epithets Ranginui Papatuanuku Papa ("Earth")Papatuanuku ("Earth spread out")
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