Article: Water of Life

THE POWER OF WATER: Further thoughts on the nature of water and the researches of Dr. Masaru Emoto. Some of my most wonderful places on this earth repeatedly lead me to water. The crashing waves of the oceanfront and the smell of seawater vapor in the air bring back the happy, internal songs of my surfing youth. Looking across a great expanse of water brings to mind the smal...
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Review: The Spiritual Dimension of Therapeutic Touch

Dora Kunz with Dolores Krieger, Ph.D., R.N.,  THE SPIRITUAL DIMENSION OF THERAPEUTIC TOUCH, 2004, Vermont, Bear & Co, softcover, 262 pages. Therapeutic Touch (TT) is a bio-energetic technique for rebalancing the body’s energy through touch, visualization and the working through of emotional blocks. It was first developed as a healing modality in the early 1970...
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Article: The Secret Life of Water, Some Thoughts About Water and the World

THE SECRET LIFE OF WATER by Masuru Emoto Some thoughts about Water and the World This is the third volume of Professor Emoto’s highly successful cycle on water and how we as humans can interact with it for to benefit ourselves and our planet.  The Secret Life of Water is a follow-on from The Hidden Messages in Water, and The True Power of Water. These amazing ...
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Review: The Destruction of Atlantis, Compelling Evidence of the Sudden Fall of the Legendary Civilization

Frank Joseph, THE DESTRUCTION OF ATLANTIS: Compelling Evidence of the Sudden Fall of the Legendary Civilization, Bear & Company, Vermont, 2002, ISBN: 1591430194 Atlantis has been, and probably always will be one of the crowning myths of our current civilization. It certainly has fascinated author and researcher Frank Joseph for most of his adult life. He is the editor o...
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Review: The Templars, Knights of God; The Rise and Fall of the Knights Templars

Edward Burman, THE TEMPLARS, KNIGHTS OF GOD; The Rise and Fall of the Knights Templars, 1990, Vermont, Destiny Books, softcover, 207 pages, ISBN: 0892812214 The correctly denoted Order of the Poor Knights of the Temple of Solomon, better known as the Knights Templars, began as a formidable order of warrior-knights after the first crusade in the Holy Land. They were institute...
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Review: The Return of Sacred Architecture, The Golden Ratio and the End of Modernism

Herbert Bangs, THE RETURN OF SACRED ARCHITECTURE: The Golden Ratio and the End of Modernism, 2006, Vermont, Inner Traditions, softcover,   224 pages When I read this book, an extraordinary thing happened within me. The result is a highly personal review about a distinctive book that bemoans the architecture of the last 150 years and looks forward to something bette...
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Review: The Beginner’s Guide For The Recently Deceased, A Comprehensive Travel Guide to the Only Inevitable Destination

David Staume, THE BEGINNER’S GUIDE FOR THE RECENTLY DECEASED: A Comprehensive Travel Guide to the Only Inevitable Destination, 2004, USA, Llewellyn Publications, softcover, 171 pages, ISBN: 0738704261 No matter what belief system you exist within or what you believe, the questions that every human since the very first sentient relative of ours asks are universally the ...
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Review: Who Built The Moon?

Christopher Knight and Alan Butler, WHO BUILT THE MOON? 2005. London, Watkins Publishing, Softcover, 262 pages, ISBN: 184293158X This is a fascinating look at our closest neighbour in the solar system, our own Moon. Instinctively, most humans feel a primary importance to what many consider a friendly companion in the sky. In this book, we learn that something we take so much...
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Review: How To Practice Mayan Astrology, The Tzolkin Calendar and Your Life Path

Bruce Schofield and Barry C. Orr, HOW TO PRACTICE MAYAN ASTROLOGY: The Tzolkin Calendar and Your Life Path, 2007, Vermont, Bear & Co, softcover, 326 pages, ISBN: 159143064X The Maya were one of the very ancient civilizations to observe and codify the predictable cycles and behaviour of the planets, stars and galaxies. It was a way of predicting the round of the years, br...
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Review: The Lost Civilization of Lemuria, The Rise and Fall of the World’s Oldest Civilization

Frank Joseph  THE LOST CIVILIZATION OF LEMURIA: The Rise and Fall of the World’s Oldest Civilization, 2006, USA, Bear & Co, Softcover, 343 pages, ISBN: 1591403607 While most people will have heard myths and legends of a lost continent called Atlantis, Lemuria is far less known to the general public. This is a puzzle, for the evidence is far more substantial fo...
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