Scarab Beetle

secretsoftheserpent

Scarab Beetles were popular amulets and impression seals in Ancient Egypt. They have found these amulets in large numbers and there is a significant amount of artwork showing the Scarab Beetle. But the Scarab is found in several other ancient cultures including American Indian, Buddhism and Taoism. What does this symbol mean? Mainstream archeologist and researchers will tell you it represents Ra rolling the sun across the sky. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

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Video: Equine Advocates Alarmed Over Salt River Wild Horse Harassment

Straight from the Horse's Heart

Source: Salt River Wild Horse Management Group and ABC15.com

Public Harassment May Have Caused Foal’s Death

From Simone Netherlands; “Dear Supporters of the horses, please click this link first, then you can leave a comment under ABC15’s post about the harassment of wild horses. The more you care, the more you share, the more people will be aware. Thank you!”

http://www.abc15.com/news/state/animal-advocates-concerned-about-horse-harassment

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Your Medicinal Herb Garden

Crooked Bear Creek Organic Herbs

One of the questions I get asked frequently is what herbs would I recommend for a small medicinal herb garden or for someone just starting out so they don’t get overwhelmed. So that’s what I’m going to cover today. Of course, I don’t know everyone’s specifics. I will have to make a few assumptions – there will be plenty of sun, access to water, and the soil is healthy. One other important point is that these are herbs I believe allow for a beginner herbalist to begin treating their family with, they are also good for more advanced herbalists (for instance, I use chamomile in many preparations because it’s good for so many things). I’m hoping this will enable more and more individuals to grow their own “farmacy”!

chamomile plantMatricaria recutita – Chamomile

Like I mentioned before, I believe Chamomile (Matricaria recutita)  to be one of the most important…

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