I have been reading and studying from Barbara Walkers book entitled The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets.
It is a fascinating work with a lot of history and helped me alot about ideas and truth in the realms of many subjects. I am a jeweler and I love stones so:
Tonights subject is on the word Diamond.
It literally means World Goddess. The ancients used to believe that gemstones were solidified drops of the divine essence. Diamonds were sacred to the
Hello Fellow gate members,
I am grateful to have found this site. I befriended a goddess who goes by Secret Lee on Facebook who referred me to this site. I am very glad that it exists.
One of my favorite pursuits is the study and some practice of the ancient cultures.I am presently a practicing priest of the goddess Isis( she who has many names). I was initiated by my present wife in the school of Sekhem. We occasionally will do classes and initiations for a period of one year,as we
I just found this:
According to an international team of anthropologists, an ancient skull collected from a cave in the Annamite Mountains in northern Laos is the oldest modern human fossil found in Southeast Asia.
The skull pushes back the clock on modern human migration through the region by as much as 20,000 years and indicates that ancient humans out of Africa left the coast and inhabited
Yesterday, sister and I went to Clapham. By chance, we found a lovely shop at 93 Northcote Road, called the Hive Honey Shop.
Apart from the wonder of seeing a 5ft, live (glazed) 'honey wall', ie a live society of working bees, we met the owner, James.
Sis and I had been discussing the horrors of chemtrails, Monsanto and GM, trying not to get cross and hysterical on a Wednesday morning. When I asked James why he thought the bees were dying, he replied,
Originally Posted by gerri
CSF is a beautiful thing. As a Craniosacral Therapist I was trained how to palpate the cycling of CSF through the body, it's subtle and powerful but tangible like a tidal motion. I can even feel it through a babies nappy!
New Scientist published this article recently,
Waste disposal network discovered in the brain
19:00 15 August by Molly Docherty