Who HE Is And Why It’s Important? – Easter Reflections

By Isabella: His name is Jehoshua Bin David Bin Joseph also known as Jesus. He was born August 21, what many consider astrologically as a Leo, or lion. The Lion and the Lamb have more meaning than previously recognized. He was (is) 6’4 inches tall and weighed 179 in adulthood. His eyes are crystal blue, read more…

Easter, The Celebration Of New Life And Birth

By Annelize: There are various different cultural connections to Easter. Some believe it originated from pagan festivities that are celebrated to welcome spring. In spring plants and trees become alive again, as well as new offspring arriving in the animal kingdom. The equinoxes and solstices were celebrated as sacred times. During Easter the spring equinox read more…

A Shamanic Easter

By Liz: Easter is symbolically a time of renewal. In the northern hemisphere, it coincides with spring, new growth, births, and with this regeneration of life it represents a hope for the future. In the southern hemisphere, Easter coincides with autumn, a time when plants and animals have grown fallow, or fat, having prepared for read more…

Divine Inheritance

By Meghan: Realization comes forth, not through force, but through flow. When we align with our most sacred vision, everything begins to unfold exactly as planned. All it takes, on the part of the individual, is an open receptivity to allow the muse to enter. In allowing the muse (universal cosmic current of inspiration) to read more…

Are You Merciful Or Ruthless?

By Ann: Many years ago I was driven to the conclusion that the two major causes of most emotional problems among people are these: The failure to understand, receive and the failure to understand, receive, and live out God’s unconditional grace and forgiveness and the failure to give out that unconditional love, forgiveness, and grace read more…

The Christmas Myth

By Bridgette: Fiction or Non Fiction? Truth or lie, historical fact or just myth. Here we are at Christmas time where much of the community, church folk or non church folk alike will celebrate the birth of Jesus, and more importantly, we celebrate the incarnation of ‘GOD’ which is just a fancy way of saying read more…

Remembering The Journey To Our Destiny

By Bridgette: As the Christmas season approaches each year, I want to send remembrances to my friends, family, associates etc.. The search begins with the perfect card that acknowledges my childhood roots in orthodox Christianity, the members of the community who have non-Christian beliefs, and those who celebrate the perfect nature of this solstice time read more…

Demonology Part 1

By Ann: Hello there guys! This is an interesting topic to read. Demons are an invisible power in the world today. There is not much happiness happening. There are only separation between relationships, friendship, children and parents, as much as we avoid these but there is only hurt and destruction. When you look at the read more…