March 7, 2014 2:46 PM EST
March is Women's History Month.
March 8th is International Women's Day - 2014 Theme: The Gender Agenda: Gaining Momentum
Who are the richest women in the world?
It's amazing that violence against women continues in almost a barbaric fashion even today. Many women report abuses from childhood to their current age.
On this day, I prefer to look at the positive achievements by women in this reality, not just as healers and energy workers, but in the fields of Education, Science, Government, Economics, other. More than ever women want to make a difference. Read More ...
March 6, 2014 2:36 PM EST
Do you believe we exist in a mathematical holographic construct? Too difficult to wrap your head around? What happens the day you wake up and realize it's true ... and that the experience/experiment is ending?
It would seem that physicists and media, are promoting the concept of the Universe as a Hologram. Wednesday night's episode of "Revolution", called "Dreamcatcher", dealt with Aaron Pittman, an MIT graduate and former billionaire Google executive, who realizes he is stuck in a matrix, then tries to figure a way out. Read More ...
March 5, 2014 2:00 PM EST
We take for granted that we exist as 3D beings in a 3D universe, but physicists suggest that our world is just the projection of a reality written in 2D. Scientific American editor Michael Moyer explains.
March 4, 2014 5:05 PM EST
A neighbor, and good friend named Donny, died Sunday at 6:30 PM Eastern Standard Time.
What I remember most about him is - he was a kind gentle soul who loved to laugh. He will be missed ....
March 3, 2014 12:12 PM EST
This was a simple tale about the Spirit of a man named Danny who died in on 9/11 when Tower 1 of the World Trade Center collapsed. I've read many of the deceased souls who died that day, so when Danny came to see me it just seemed like another moment in time.
Since Friday Danny's connection has increased and overlapped with my mission here in physical reality. It seems apparent he is trying to bring me at least one personal message. Read More ...
March 1, 2014 6:00 AM EST
Here in the U.S. one of the main topics of conversation is the weather. Snow returned too much of the country while the West Coast experienced torrential rain. It's beginning to feel more and more like we are living biblical flood stories - and maybe we are. As we know bad weather causes accidents and injuries. How much will Obamacare cover?
On the psychological and metaphysical level, all injuries have an emotional base manifested in physical reality. If the affected area is the leg, or anything related to your mobility, it represents your inability to move forward in life. Take a good long look at any injuries you, or someone close to you, are experiencing. Read More ...
March 6, 2014 12:13 PM EST
A new article addresses how celestial events influenced orientation of the great constructions of the ancient Nabataeans Civilization an ancient people who inhabited northern Arabia and Southern Levant.
As with all ancient civilizations astronomical observatories were built and designed to map celestial events throughout the year. They are referred to as Astronomical Observatories.
The erection of these monuments was a great task created by astronomers, priests, and Megalithic Stone Builders of different cultures.
March 4, 2014 1:11 PM EST
At the high point of its development, Cahokia was the largest urban center north of the great Mesoamerican cities in Mexico. Here one would find the mound builders busy at work - monuments still explored today. Though the mounds may have been functional, like the pyramids in other ancient civilizations, one could link them to religious worship and perhaps visitation by ancient aliens linked to ancient North American Petroglyphs.
New evidence establishes for the first time that Cahokia hosted a sizable population of immigrants. Increasingly archaeologists are realizing that Cahokia at AD 1100 was very likely an urban center with as many as 20,000 inhabitants. Such early centers around the world grow by immigration, not by birthrate. Where did they come from? Read More ...
March 3, 2014 5:51 PM EST
An archaeologist says he discovered nine tiny scrolls with biblical text from the Qumran caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were unearthed, according to news reports. The newfound scrolls, which date back to about 2,000 years ago, were hidden inside three leather tefillin cases, also known as phylacteries, traditionally carried by observant Jewish men, Italian news agency Ansa Mediterranean reported. These cases were first pulled out of the caves in the 1950s, but their contents apparently were not examined until now. Starting in the 1940s, the remains of more than 900 manuscripts were found in 11 caves near the site of Qumran in the West Bank. This collection Hebrew Bible texts, which came to be known as the Dead Sea Scrolls, included copies of Genesis, Exodus, Isaiah, Kings and Deuteronomy. Read More ...