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The Teachings Of Abraham

Subtitle: Is a higher IQ required to understand spiritual philosophies? Just finished designing a website for the spiritual fiction writer Frances O’Brien (A Benevolent Virus) and mentioned that I was reading a book on cosmic ordering (Stephen Richards). She said she knew there was a reason her husband forgot the cheque book the day before […]

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Horoscope Poetry

Every individual has a zodiac star sign depending on the time of year they were born. Imagine that the earth is in the centre and the symbols are arranged around it in 30 degree arcs. When you were born, the sun passed through the arc of your star sign in line with the earth, determining […]

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Signs Of The Zodiac

Aries: The Ram (21st March – 19th April) is concerned with self-assertion, initiation, new beginnings, action, daring, challenge, adventure, exploration, pioneering, enterprising, discovering, aggression, impatience, creativity, personal goals, control, domination, competition, winning, perseverance, courage, honesty, independence, nobility and openness. Aries thinks he or she is more interesting and better than those with whom they are […]

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Influence Of The Planets

First go to http://www.astro.com to reveal your personal portrait or birth chart. Focus in particular on your sun and moon signs, your ascendant and venus sign. The influence of the planets is outlined below, bear these in mind or use them as a reference guide when you read about the signs of the zodiac. The […]

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The God Delusion

While I agree with many of Richard Dawkins’ views on religious fundamentalism, it frustrates me how he accuses anyone who believes in God or who is open to the possibilities beyond life & death as being foolish, deluded, ignorant or incapable of rational, independent thought. And it particularly annoyed me how he’d bang on about […]

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Many Lives, Many Masters

The true story of a prominent psychiatrist, his young patient, and the past-life therapy that changed both their lives by Brian L. Weiss M.D. Notes and extracts from the book: In between each lifetime, the soul floats through darkness towards a bright energizing light, which replenishes and rejuvenates. Embalming, burial rituals or any procedure after […]

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Devolution Of The Human Race – A Short Story

Technology has evolved. We are no longer quintessentially human but part of the universal machine. We used our computers to such an extent that they gradually became part of us. Our hands became redundant as voice activation replaced keyboards and remote controls. Headsets became engrained in our brains; wires linked us to the machine. Virtual […]

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The Findhorn Experience

Whenever I mentioned to people in ‘the real world’ that I was planning on visiting the Findhorn Foundation in Scotland, I was greeted with mocking responses such as “Oh you mean wolly jumpers, lentils and open-toe sandles?” The Findhorn Foundation is a sustainable living community full of eco-houses and a retreat for spiritual / personal […]

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Why do bad things happen to good people?

Some notes taken from the arguments presented in ‘When Bad Things Happen To Good People’ by Harold S Kushner. Chapter 1: Why Do The Righteous Suffer? Everyone is troubled by the unfair distribution of suffering in the world. It inevitably raises questions about the kindness, even the existence of God. One of the ways in […]

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Pierrepoint, the legendary hangman

Last night I watched ‘Pierrepoint’ with Timothy Spall, a fascinating film about Britain’s notorious executioner / hangman. I found myself in tears at the scene when Albert arrives home drunk, professing how the murderers on the gallows had killed out of passion, jealousy, rage whereas he had committed such acts for money; begging his wife […]

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