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We have been indoctrinated socially, religiously, spiritually, emotionally, mentally, physically psychologically etc, to believe that having the desire for plenty is wrong.
Well, it’s not wrong to desire plenty. In fact, it’s part of our spiritual DNA. However, there is a spiritual caveat that is attached to having plenty. All of the wealthiest and most prosperous people in life understand this Universal law and live within this law.
Join me, Dr. Wendy Dearborne choice expert and expressions coach and artist Olivia Lashley as we explore the intricacies whether the desire for plenty is wrong.
This week we're inspired by Woody Guthrie's "Pastures of Plenty." The 1941 ballad describes a land full of promise, but poses questions about equal access to that wealth. We'll hear from urban fishermen casting their lines into the waters of the East River. Our City in Demand series looks at veterans jockeying for the best vending spots in New York City, and we check in on local fundraising efforts for The Philippines after the devastating typhoon. E
John Burke passed away suddenly in 2010, but he left ground breaking research and discovery in his book, Seed of Knowledge, Stone of plenty, on the subtle energetics which are naturally emitted from our planet. This program will take a look at his research and uncover what the ancients understood in harvesting crops and energy manipulation.
John presents scientifically documented evidence that the old-world engineers who built the massive henges, pyramids, mounds and dolmen of the ancient world may well have understood a true secret—lost to modern man until now. The author show that these structures were overwhelmingly sited at locations where the local geology magnified naturally-occurring electromagnetic fluctuations in the earth's crust and, further, that pyramidal and corbel- roofed stone structures erected at these locations enhanced this effect.
Additionally, they reveal that indigenous seeds, when placed at these locations (for various periods of time, depending upon the type of seed) show significant increases in growth rate and yieldwhen subsequently planted—as well as increased resistance to plant stressors (lack of sunlight and/or drought conditions). Such results would have been of enormous importance to ancient peoples and the authors suggest that the monument-builders not only knew these facts, but deliberately chose these sites and structure-shapes in order to insure their culture's food production.
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Horn a Plenty = cor·nu·co·pi·a (kôrn-kp-, -ny-)
1. A goat's horn overflowing with fruit, flowers, and grain, signifying prosperity. Also called horn of plenty.
2. Greek Mythology The horn of the goat that suckled Zeus, which broke off and became filled with fruit. In folklore, it became full of whatever its owner desired.
3. A cone-shaped ornament or receptacle.
4. An overflowing store; an abundance: a cornucopia of employment opportunities.
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It's been so long. I've missed you so - and you better have missed me too! It has been over a month since we last talked, so lets sit down and catch up!
There are plenty of things to discuss today. Of course, we will chat a bit about what has kept me away so long. Sadly, its not a sexy story. While that may not be a sexy story, there are plenty of - if not sexy - interesting developments in the wide wonderful world of real estate. We will cover it all from poor lending numbers to low inventory.
What do bunny rabbits, eggs, and chickens have to do with the death, burial and resurection of the Lord Jesus - Yahushua Ha Mashiach? Nothing. But they do, however, have plenty to do with the Babylonian fertility goddess Ishtar!
In today's episode of The Pursuit of Truth, we will take a look at what the traditions associated with our celebration of Easter have to do with paganism. Contrary to what judeo-churchians believe - the celebration of Easter is not in honor of Jesus-Christ - but rather a fertility cult rooted in ancient Babylonian lore.
Join me, as we dare to pursue truth on an easter egg hunt that will make your easter ham leave a really bad taste in your mouth!