Free Birth Chart A birth chart, also called natal chart, explains the positions of the stars at your time of birth in the place you were born in. Use our free birth chart system to calculate your personal natal chart and get an explanation what this means (or could mean) for you. For best accuracy, you need to enter the date of birth (DOB), time of birth (TOB) and place of birth (POB). The system will then calculate your daisy wheel graphic, your aspects graphic and also give you a full interpretation of your personality. If you like, you can take it one step further and calculate the astrological compatibility between yourself and another person. The birth chart program will compare your birth chart to the birth chart of your love and provide an in-depth analysis. The birth chart will show you some very important data which you should never forget. When you read your zodiac horoscope in a newspaper or on the Internet, you should always read the predictions for your Sun sign AND your rising sign.
Exploring Realm Dynamics An ancient hermetic axiom states that everything is mind, everything vibrates. Since each living thing is uniquely conscious, each living thing carries a unique vibratory signature. The soul broadcasts a rich spectrum of vibrations, which through the principle of resonance attracts a corresponding spectrum of experiences. Souls of a common frequency share common realms of experience and tend to cross paths in life. This is the study of realm dynamics, how vibrations influence experience, and how experience influences vibration. The simplicity of correspondence between soul vibration and personal experience betrays the astounding nature of its implications. For instance, realm dynamics explains: Vibration When we speak of vibration, we are really talking about waves with amplitude, frequency, and phase. Soul vibrations are no less tangible than sound waves, though their nature and medium of propagation are more exotic. But how exactly does consciousness manifest experience? Realms
Free Astrology Birth Chart Report Go to Cafe Astrology Home Back to Free Reports Home Tips for Entry of Birth Data: IMPORTANT: For best results, enter your birth city ONLY on the first screen. Some time zones are unknown in this database. IMPORTANT: Double check your data by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full birth information.
Chart Calculator - Galactic Center with Joni Patry, Vedic Astrologer, Consultant, Speaker, Writer Magazine Signup Sign up now for the premiere issue of AstroLogic magazine. Free! Read About You After you have entered your birth information and you are viewing your Vedic astrology chart on the screen, use the following links to learn even more. Is Mercury Retrograde? Read About You: See your Vedic Astrology chart Retrogrades: When is Mercury retrograde Nakshatras: Read about the 27 Nakshatras Kemetic Astrology Dates 23 December to 20 January Appearance: Male human form with the head of a ram with horizontally projected horns. Symbols Horns, Goat Principle: Fermentation Khnum represents the procreative energies that enliven, bring the life force or excitement,; the process of kick starting an oth-erwise inanimate entity. Function: EmbodimentEnergies: The powers of Khnum are concerned with giving tangible form. He gives body to; or makes perceptible, and concrete: Procreativity in the natural world. To represent in human or animal form or to incorporate. As a creator god, Khunum is best known for his role at the potter's wheel, where he fashioned gods, mankind, cattle, birds, reptile and fish. He is said to supervise conception in the womb and initiated the stages of labour. Khunum's creative forces are usually depicted as being at the behest of another deity. Khunum is also said to be the Ba of the sun-god or the soul of the sun-god. and most successful when self\employed. Mohammed Ali (17/01),
The Nanotechnology of Sundew and English Ivy | Behind the Scenes | LiveScie... - StumbleUpon This Behind the Scenes article was provided to LiveScience in partnership with the National Science Foundation. Fifteen small sundew plants perch on a windowsill collecting sunlight and eating meat in the lab of Mingjun Zhang on the University of Tennessee's Knoxville campus. Sundew plants are carnivores, consuming insects by capturing them with small adhesive balls on the ends of their tentacles. The tentacles and their adhesive properties may be nature's design for catching insects, but Zhang's research team hopes that one day this same adhesive can help attach your grandmother's replacement hip or your artificial knee without fear that your bodies will reject it. Post-doctoral researcher Scott Lenaghan explained that the idea behind this research at the Nano Bio-systems and Bio-mimetics Lab is to learn from biological principles and apply engineering along the way to develop an end product that uses these compounds and principles to advance technology. Finding organic biomaterials
International Preparedness Network » IPN Health and Nutrition Tips Emergency Water & Food Storage When disasters strike, you must have an emergency food and water supply in your home/automobile and even a small supply at your workplace/business. In many cases during large-scale emergencies or disasters, food will disappear from supermarket shelves and deliveries will be disrupted and scarce. Water treatment facilities may also cease to function due to power outages (blackouts) or damages produced by the disaster. Your tap water may not be safe to drink. In the case of a radiological emergency, even boiling will not sufficiently clean your water and render it safe for consumption. Proper food, nutrition and water are your first line of defense for your health when disasters or, other emergencies strike! The I.P.N. strongly recommends that every home must have an emergency food and water supply that can provide all of the occupants with a minimum of two weeks of water and food. When choosing emergency food, you must consider the following factors: 1. 2. 3. 4.
Chapter XXCI: Quadrature Segmentation | The Teachings of Merlin Chapter XXCI: Quadrature Segmentation Contēntiō aggeris prōluendum aquæ vastæ in fluvium prīstīnum rūperit, envirōnmātiō toxicō larvae dē praeteritum sacrificāta est; deōrdinātiō planetam fierī sōlitūdōne beneficiō paucōrum dominātiōnem sīverit. The containment dike broke open flushing waste water into a pristine river, the environment was sacrificed to the toxic ghost from the past; deregulation allowed the planet to become a wasteland to benefit the dominion of the elite. Merlin, Iūnius 2113 You may be wondering what the title of this chapter has to do with the ‘Latin Triadic Verse’ offered by Merlin. Abhorrent spills¹ are nothing new to this industry as is their complete lack of transparency. The perpetrator took more than ten days to report this spill and estimates it to be 9.5 million litres of toxic waste water³. All animal, fish and plant life in the affected area has been completely destroyed as a result of this spill. Merlin went on to explain his concept to me. Notes: Like this:
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world, Whereas disregard and contempt for human rights have resulted in barbarous acts which have outraged the conscience of mankind, and the advent of a world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people, Whereas it is essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law, Whereas it is essential to promote the development of friendly relations between nations, Whereas Member States have pledged themselves to achieve, in co-operation with the United Nations, the promotion of universal respect for and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms, Article 1. Article 2. Article 3.