The Moop Machine

23rd August, 2017 Miscellaneous

c. Judy Hall I was listening to Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City on the radio. I’d switched on at the point where they were talking about Moop, the term used for rubbish at the Burning Man Festival. It means ‘Matter out of place’ and I was reminded once again of how appropriate that term is for crystal work. It signifies that something is not ‘bad’, it does not need exterminating, but instead can be disposed of in an appropriate way. Or, even more relevantly for crystal...

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Earth Chakra Serendipities

20th August, 2017 Members Community

The Cave of the Rising Star Inside the Cave of the Rising Starhttps://i.ytimg.com/vi/vI-JF28T44U/hqdefault.jpg While I was writing an article for ‘The Familiar’ ezine on my search for the Earth’s higher chakras, the editor Domenic Leo emailed me to say it had inspired him to research the areas in South Africa and Ethiopia in which I was interested – particularly the area around the South Africa's Gauteng province, part of the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. He was excited...

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The Tree Of Life

9th August, 2017 Miscellaneous

Composite image www.alexonscience.blogspot.com The meaning of life is not to be discovered only after death in some hidden, mysterious realm; on the contrary, it can be found by eating the succulent fruit of the Tree of Life and by living in the here and now as fully and creatively as we can. Paul Kurtz  The Tree of Life image has been of inestimable value in ancestral healing workshops. It takes healing right back to the root, to the earliest Ancestors, and then forward into future...

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Right said Fred: Celebrating life with the Crystal Skulls

31st August, 2016 Miscellaneous

Indiana Jones: Where'd they go? Into space? Professor Oxley: Not into space... into the space between spaces. c. British Museum How do you respond to crystal skulls? From what I’ve observed, people are either entranced by them or exhibit a strong aversion. There’s little in-between. But aversion can quickly turn to passion under the hypnotic gaze of a crystal skull. There’s so much hype out there that few people really understand what they’re all about or where they come from...

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Sacred Crystals

24th August, 2016 Miscellaneous

Simulcra ‘faces in the stone’ at Stonehenge, perhaps the most iconic sacred site in the world.  c. Jeni Campbell/www.angeladditions.co.uk This is another of the articles I’ve recycled from The Other Side magazine. As Mercury is retrograde it is a good use of the energy. I hope you’ll enjoy the sacred journey to Pipestone, a very special place of peace. Sacred crystals Sacred tourism is increasingly popular but not everyone can travel to a location that may be in the most...

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Psychic development: The fruits of experience

10th August, 2016 Miscellaneous

‘Has very strange ideas, should not be allowed near children’ read my first university report. Not what you want to hear when you’re on a teaching degree course. But then, I was born psychic so I was used to it. I spent my childhood seeing things I wasn’t supposed to see – according to my mother. Thankfully both my grandmothers were psychic and took my abilities for granted as they did my obsession with crystals. At the age of 4, I learned to read the Occult Review because I wanted to...

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