The Horoscopic Astrology Blog Solar Fire Gold - The Complete Guide plus Tutorials Wise Traditions food, farming, healing arts membership Fall Journal as Digital Talking Book for the visually impaired. Also great for iPods or listening in the car. Many thanks to Amy Adams (ePubUSA.com,LLC) for this service! Journal in PDF format (74MB) What Causes Heart Attacks? by Sally Fallon Morell In this issue we focus on two competing theories for the cause of heart attacks. One thing is certain: the fat-soluble vitamins, so central to Dr. Masterjohn’s research confirms earlier studies showing that vitamin K—Dr. The fat-soluble vitamins also play a significant role in helping the body cope with stress. So while we may not know the exact mechanisms that lead to heart attacks, we can feel assured that a nourishing traditional diet will help prevent them. Both Masterjohn and Cowan will be speakers at the fifteenth annual Wise Traditions conference, held this year in Indianapolis. Tim Boyd
Astrology Groups Age of Aquarius We are, all of us, subject to forces beyond our control. The strongest constellational effect on Earth is the constellation through which the vernal point is moving. About 2160 years before Jesus Christ was born, the vernal point was moving through the constellation Aries and it coincided with the tropical zodiac sign Aries. Due to the precession of the equinoxes, and around the time of the birth of Jesus Christ, the vernal point moved into the constellation Pisces and the world was enveloped in the Piscean Age. Everything is a wave, the only difference between energy and matter is frequency. Waves can penetrate matter and reveal the solid compound of the planets and fixed stars which, as we approach the Age of Aquarius, will open up new frontiers of scientific discovery in an age of technological advancement. Medical treatments will be based on wave frequency technology, from infra-red to ultra-violet, from short-waves to even shorter waves and more penetrating waves.
An Orchard Grows in Boston Egleston Square is a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood, straddling the borders of Roxbury and Jamaica Plain (JP) in the city of Boston. High condo prices and even higher rents are pushing long-term residents, to move elsewhere. This churning of the real estate market, to be expected in a profit-maximizing system, dissolves community and acerbates race and class divides. It is now common to hear of talk of “Two JPs”-– one prosperous, highly educated, professional and largely White, and another struggling, working class, mainly immigrant and Hispanic. The story of the Egleston Community Orchard is a story of these two realities coming together. One of the things that brought us together as a couple is a shared vision of community and sustainable living, and a desire to work for social justice and community power. Good question! We resolved to find out. We learned that 30 years ago a house had burned down and the lot was vacant ever since.
Astrologers Scorpio Rising or Scorpio ascendant, sign on first house cusp Scorpio rising symbolizes that you're self-controlled, stoical, reserved in expression and silent in your defense. You have great strength, depth, and the determination to overcome all adversaries. Willful and self-reliant, you need to overcome lingering resentment and jealousy. Some say this is the strongest and most difficult ascendant of all: the "razor-edged path" only taken by those who have been given the strength and power to do so. Devil or angel, with Scorpio Rising the personality and the spirit do battle unto death. You are magnetic and very aware of the sexual energy in your environment, and have the ability to drastically alter your surroundings as well. As you are intuitive and psychic, there is all the more reason for you to protect others from the accuracy of your sarcasm. This Scorpio Rising-Scorpio Ascendant page and much of this 550-page website are excerpted from the personalized Fine Art Book You and the Universe.
Gardens, Libraries, and La Dolce Vita — Seed Savers Exchange How the Library Happened True to the nature of the organization, the library at Seed Savers Exchange was the result of “organic” growth. Beginning as the personal library of Diane Ott Whealy and Kent Whealy, materials were donated, purchased, submitted to the organization for review and retained, sometimes dropped off anonymously. In 1998 the library grew substantially when the family of Robert Becker donated his personal library to Seed Savers Exchange following Bob’s untimely death. Becker was a longtime friend of Seed Savers, a Cornell University professor, and Vegetable Specialist for the Ag Experiment Station in New York. Two substantial collections have been added to the library in recent years, both with important historic works on agriculture and horticulture - sources for techniques and practices that represent the original “organic” gardening. What Cicero Said, Sort Of . . . Botanical librarians often quote from the famous Roman orator who said: