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Signs of the Future ~ Common signs we may one day see throughout our cities


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How we cracked the code of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs ~ The story of one of the greatest archeological finds in history

The Rosetta StoneOn display at the British MuseumClick to zoom

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The Spirituality of Pets

by Aluna Michaels, M.A.The bond between a pet and his/her caretaker is often deep and profound. Animals resonate with us in a deep way that few humans can. This is due to the fact that animals do not have an ego. They don't have "stuff" in the way of their love and their connection with the Divine. They love unconditionally.. and are constantly doing service for us in ways we often do not recognize. We may feed them, groom them, take them to the vet for shots, and in return they soothe ou [...]

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Thousands of years ago the gods came 

Thousands of years ago the gods came down to Earth from the stars to initiate a genesis. Human civilization was formed and reached a peak with Atlantis. A dark age began and the battle of Atlantean gods led to its fall. A secret brotherhood brought Atlantean secret teachings before the fall to Egypt. Through all civilizations and with inspiration from extraterrestrial guards the secret Atlantean brotherhood managed all political systems with an educational mission. The thrilling [...]

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Bite-size counselling tips on how to cope with depression

Thanks to Bamboo Counseling for this insightful video presentation, which in itself I find cheerfully uplifting. Greg  Click to zoom

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Death is not the greatest loss in life…

"Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside of us while we live.” – Norman Cousins
Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside of us while we live.” – Norman Cousins - See more at: http://thisinspired.me/2011/09/17/death-is-not-the-greatest-loss-in-life-the-greatest-loss-is-what-dies-inside-of-us-while-we-live-norman-cousins/#sthash.7Li9XYpA.dpuf

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Melt the Pounds Away with Vegetarian MorningStar Goodies

One of my delicious vegetarian weight loss secrets. I have boxes and boxes of MorningStar products piled up high in my fridge. These tasty veggie sausage patties are very low in both carbs and fat. Just imagine how much weight you can lose if you eat m...

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The Stars of Autumn’s Night Sky: What to Look For


Autumn is under way in the Northern Hemisphere, and if you are an avid sky gazer you just might have noticed signs of the season's change.

Many of the striking star groups and our beautiful Milky Way galaxy, which made for great stargazing on balmy summer evenings, are still visible in the western sky. But the appearance now of the brilliant star Capella ascending above the northeast horizon in the evening hours is a promise of the chillier nights to come. And indeed, in just another few weeks the constellation Orion and his neighbors will be dominating the evening skies, reminding us of the approaching winter season.
Still very well-placed in the night sky is the "Summer Triangle," a roughly isosceles figure composed of three first-magnitude stars, Vega, Altair and Deneb. Many have asked me over the years why it is called it the "summer" triangle since it’s nearly overhead during the late-evening hours as summer transitions into fall. But during the summer months the Triangle is visible all night from dusk to dawn, whereas during autumn, as the evenings grow colder, this configuration sinks lower and lower in the west. 

We need gravity: It anchors us. But the gravity we experience on Earth is very different from the gravity on the moon. 
Watery stars in the sky

During the mid and late-evening hours, the stars of the autumn season cover much of the eastern and southern parts of the night sky. In fact, this whole area has been called the "Celestial Sea," because many of the constellations have an association with water.

For example, looking toward the south-southeast is one member of this watery fraternity; the only one whose name is attached to a popular song: "Aquarius." And yet how many who have heard the song know what the constellation Aquarius really is. This zodiacal star pattern traditionally represents a man holding a water jar (marked by an inverted Y-shaped group of four stars), which is spilling a vaguely marked stream of water southward into the mouth of another constellation: Piscis Austrinus, the Southern Fish.

Across southern Canada, the northern United States and much of Europe, the stars that make up Piscis Austrinus usually cannot be seen. Although above the horizon, they are too low to penetrate the horizon haze. At more southerly latitudes these stars are much higher up in the sky, though still quite dim.

The lonely star of autumn

The main star in Piscis Austrinus is all the more conspicuous: silvery-white Fomalhaut, ranked 18th brightest star in the sky and the only first-magnitude star in the whole collection of watery constellations. Indeed, Fomalhaut is the only true first magnitude star of autumn. Fomalhaut, somewhat isolated, lies in an empty region of the autumn skies, and is sometimes referred to as "The Solitary One." It can be identified by extending a line along the western (right) side of the Great Square of Pegasus about three times its own length.

It is often described in various observing books as "reddish," though it is probable that the effects of our atmosphere are responsible for this impression, as this star is always seen at a low altitude for northern observers. Fomalhaut is Arabic for "mouth of the fish." It lies at a distance of 25 light-years, a star approximately twice the diameter of the sun and 19 times more luminous.

If you look at Fomalhaut tonight, you're looking at light that left that star in 1989.

In her book "The Friendly Stars," Martha Evans Martin wrote:

"The loneliness of this star, added to the somber signs of approaching autumn and sometimes gives one a touch of melancholy. In November and December, when the winter stillness has fallen upon us, a glance toward the southwest will discover Fomalhaut, still placid and alone."

And echoing what Ms. Martin wrote, I can only add that this is the time of the year when the days get shorter and the faces get longer.

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Learn How To Meditate In 8 Easy Steps

Learning how to meditate is the most important thing that we can do while we are alive. It is our greatest asset on the road to self-realization, inner peace, personal and spiritual mastery, and embodying our highest potential. As a great Indian Sage once said, “That is real which never changes.” By learning how to meditate, we learn how to access this never-changing, infinite, and eternal aspect to who we are.In this guide on how to meditate I will answer all of the basic questions [...]

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The ‘Waving Man’ of Nazca

The Nazca geoglyph known as 'The Astronaut'   My all time favorite archeological find would have to be the geoglyph known as the astronaut, thought by many to be wearing some kind of space goggles, which adorns a hill overlooking the Nazca pl...

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5 Tips for Thriving in ‘The Matrix’

You can have an amazing and abundant life free from enslavement to the Matrix once you realize how the Matrix got there in the first place as well as how your thoughts and feelings create your reality in every moment. You are the Master of your own Manifestation and your choices have the power to free or enslave you – as you choose. At first glance – life seems unfair and you may think that you are stuck in a system that is out to consume you. One one level – this is true &nda [...]

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Remind Me Again, Why did I Incarnate to this Shithole?

Did you ever wonder why you decided to incarnate to these lower vibrations of the third density?When we were back on the other side with Source, life seemed so easy.  We had the answers to all universal questions and lived in the complete vibration of love.  There was no dissension, hatred, ego, or financial concerns, just love.After many years of being in this vibration, you forgot what it was like to live in a 3rd dimensional vibration, yet you were fortunate enough to have been her [...]

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Learn How You Control Emotions and Stop Negative People from Affecting Your Mental Attitude

On my last upon Earth, if I were asked to look back and name the single most important virtue I have learned during my time here, I would flip back through the overflowing and largely mis-filed cabinet of life lessons, some learned, some unlearned, and...

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