Pyramids. Reconstructing our view of history

20th October, 2017 Members Community

Solinus (250CE) pointed out the phenomenon of the 'consumption of the shadow' on the pyramid’s face. We also know from later accounts that the pyramid still had its casing stones on after this date.  We can safely assume that the effect was a part of the original design. Image c. Michael Illas The wisdom of Terrie Pratchett I spent a great deal of time last year researching the history of sacred geometry. It’s a topic to which I keep returning. It underpins and interlinks so much...

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Unshackling the past

11th October, 2017 Miscellaneous

“Those who do not move, do not notice their chains.” ― Rosa Luxemburg A new, black Remo Pluto drum, a deep acting homeopathic remedy, a Banded Agate tie-cutting skull and a gong bath with Sarah Lownds all came together to create exquisite agony in my gut. ‘You need to release,’ said Terrie Celest having looked at the astrology. So I booked a shamanic session with Sarah at which she used my new drum. Up came an African life I had never...

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Bite-sized chunks

4th October, 2017 Miscellaneous

The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but makes our life in harmony with all existence. Rabindranath Tagore When I first started writing blogs I sent a sample to a friend who is a writing coach, ‘you can’t write that much,’ she said, ‘people won’t read it. Their concentration span is too short.’ Apparently what people wanted were inane bite-sized chunks of other people’s lives.  It speaks volumes that there are dozens of synonyms for...

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The Circles Of Your Mind

20th September, 2017 Members Community

I’ve been writing on the Flower of Life and how it is the foundation on which all is built, and it reminded me of this song from my youth. Listen while you read:  Perhaps not the best known version, it was covered by more famous artists, but Noel Harrison sang the original. Flower of Life at the Osiridion. Round like a circle in a spiral, like a wheel within a wheel Never ending or beginning on an ever-spinning reel Like a snowball...

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Australia Rocks

20th September, 2017 Miscellaneous Right from our early beginnings we were taught of the sanctity of the total life around us... The Aboriginal way is that everything is created equal and sacred: that the soil, the clay, the rocks are all sacred; and that all have a personality. I had the strength of knowing that my creator is not above me somewhere, but is always with me; that, whatever the substance around me, that creation flows...

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Lost on a painted sky

6th September, 2017 Miscellaneous

Where the clouds are hung for the poet’s eye                            Be, Neil Diamond I glanced out of the window and caught a glimpse of one of the most stunning sunsets ever. Now, I live at the bottom of a valley, surrounded by trees. So I rushed upstairs to my study to try to get some shots. Which I managed, but they were limited. Not the wide open view of the stunning sky I could imagine behind the trees. An hour later the sky is still changing...

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