|Card of the Day-Things happening too fast? Don't panic!|
Wednesday, 14 March 2018
Thursday, 1 March 2018
Friday, 16 February 2018
|In southern Mexico they sell black Opals made into little turtles.|
Sunday, 4 February 2018
3 card LOVE spread:
3 card Love Spread:
1st card is the querent (represents you )
2nd card is your sweetheart (or other term)..
3rd card is what is going on between you two💔💖
Sunday, 28 January 2018
Thursday, 25 January 2018
Rather than redo or type some of this out, I thought I would pass this interesting article along about sliders...from Spiritual Unite
Wednesday, 17 January 2018
Researchers have used non-invasive scanning techniques to peer inside the pyramid and reveal its hidden internal structure, but they have been puzzled by the function of the hidden void. Now, Giulio Magli, a professor of archaeoastronomy at the Politecnico di Milano, has proposed one of the first hypotheses for what lies inside the mysterious space. He has suggested that it may hide an iron throne made from metal harvested from meteorites. The pyramid, which was built around 2560 BC during the reign of Pharaoh Khufu, "is one of the largest and most complex monuments in the history of architecture," said Magli. As an archaeoastronomist he studies how ancient peoples understood the sky and what role it played in their culture. His findings are outlined in a pre-print online journal . They have not been peer-reviewed.
Magli argued that it was unlikely that the void was the result of sloppy building, as some have suggested. The extreme care exhibited in the pyramid's design goes against that theory, he explained."Further, the void cannot be interpreted – as proposed by some Egyptologists - as a chamber devoted to relieve weight from the roof of the Great Gallery."Thus, there must be a solid reason for its existence, and this reason must be deeply connected with the Egyptian funerary religion-quote:Giulio Magli", which says that the pharaoh's afterlife lay among the stars.""All in all, if the void cannot be attributed either to chance or to structural reasons, its presence must be functional to the scope of the pyramid: the tomb of the Pharaoh, built to assure its eternal afterlife.