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If you plan to stay healthy and live longer, keep the faith

By Dr. Stanley Watson Why would such prestigious medical schools as Harvard, John’s Hopkins, Georgetown, Brown, Emory, George Washington and Vanderbilt add such courses as “Spirituality” to their curricula? Because current research shows that a large majority of patients list faith in God as an important factor in getting well. Actually, 44 percent name faith . . . → Read More: If you plan to stay healthy and live longer, keep the faith

Colourful beginning for humanity

By Jonathan Amos Evidence is emerging from Africa that colours were being used in a symbolic way perhaps 200,000 years ago, a UK scientist working in the region claims. Lawrence Barham has been studying tools and other artefacts left by ancient humans at a site in Zambia. He says the range of mineral pigments, . . . → Read More: Colourful beginning for humanity

Application of Our Knowledge: Balancing

by Paul Netusil Balancing the self is one of the things I have been hearing about for years. Never really understood it, I guess, because by the time I was having serious conversations about it I was already living in the city. I have been working with some types of meditation off and on for . . . → Read More: Application of Our Knowledge: Balancing

The Ultimate Astrology Guide to Fashion

Being a fashionista isn’t easy. Discovering your personal style and determining what image and look are best for you can be elusive. Luckily, astrology can provide just the insight you need to look your best, including what your best colors are and what accessories are right for you, based on your Sun Sign. Astrology can . . . → Read More: The Ultimate Astrology Guide to Fashion

Edmonton suspect charged in murder

By Clint Buehler EDMONTON – An Edmonton man has been charged after allegedly killing a prostitute, stuffing her body in a hockey bag and transporting it the 750 km. from High Level, in extreme northern Alberta, to Fort Saskatchewan, near Edmonton. The victim was identified as 36-year-old Theresa Innes, a mother of two and one . . . → Read More: Edmonton suspect charged in murder

The Faerie Faith

by Cliff Landis The Faerie Faith is a tradition that has branched off from the McFarland Dianic tradition. Through Mr. Mark Roberts and the High Priestess known as Epona, the Faerie Faith has been handed down over the years. What follows is a summary of the historical development of the Faerie Faith.

The history of . . . → Read More: The Faerie Faith

The TRUTH about Wicca

by Klintron Wicca was founded by Gerald Gardner in 1951 to justify his own sexual abuse of children and is based upon the work of notorious Satanist, Aleister Crowley. According to Bob and Gretchen Passantino in their book “Satanism,” Crowley was a Satanist who claimed that through natural and drug-induced trance states and through magical . . . → Read More: The TRUTH about Wicca

Skinniest models are banned from catwalk

REAL women will rejoice at the news: waif-like models are being pushed off the catwalk. The organisers of Madrid Fashion Week have announced that they are banning skinny women to develop a more healthy image for the event this month. If any very skinny models do turn up, they will be classed as unhealthy and . . . → Read More: Skinniest models are banned from catwalk

Dan Brown & former archbishop write a book

Dan Brown, author of “The Da Vinci Code” is writing a book about exorcism with the apparent help of a former Roman Catholic archbishop from Zambia. Emmanuel Milingo, who was recalled to the Vatican after marrying a South Korean woman, reportedly met with representatives of Brown about working with him on a new novel, The . . . → Read More: Dan Brown & former archbishop write a book

Studies in Alice – Down the Rabbit Hole

This lesson inaugurates the second half of the seventy-fourth year in the presentation of the Sabian philosophy and begins a series of twenty-six studies in a book that in barely more than a generation had become immortal and is a consideration of the first chapter of Alice in Wonderland. The lessons will deal in order . . . → Read More: Studies in Alice – Down the Rabbit Hole