By Iya Olusoga – Bisi Ade ~ Astrorisa Moon Forecaster
Crazy sh*t coming out of nowhere
By Jon Rappoport
Henry Kissinger: “John Doe is the most dangerous creature ever born to a mother on Earth. He must be hunted down and brought to justice. He seeks to overturn the international order and the structure that holds us all together. So I sayeth.”
Is it possible that…how can I put this…is it possible that because you know where you are, you believe that every idea that comes to you comes from SOMEWHERE? Do you get this? Your Honor, what I’m arguing here is that my client, John Doe, has been receiving ideas from NOWHERE. He has stated this in no uncertain terms. This is his position. The essay he wrote, which has now been censored by the Facebook-Google government, should be reinstated. The prosecution has called the essay “corrosive and disturbing to the official order.” Why? What is wrong with NOWHERE? …
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The elder tree is known to many herbalists as a sacred tree. While we’re sure it has its own stories to tell, there’s already an abundance of recorded folklore. In Scandinavian and Danish myths, this tree was thought to be guarded by a forest spirit named Hyldemoer, also known as Elder Mother. Before anything was taken from the tree, it was believed that one must say a certain charm for her permission. While we wish we knew these ancient words, we’re sure a “thank you,” a song of appreciation or a token of gratitude would suffice when carefully collecting its medicinal flowers or berries.
Elder tree flowers and berries are often used in teas, tinctures, jams, jellies and syrups. Traditionally the berries are used to support immune system health.* A syrup can easily be made from fresh elderberries (Sambucus nigra) and elderflowers, or you can simply use dried…
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Also, Known As:
- Purple Betony
- Wood Betony
The herb known as the wood betony is commonly considered to be the most important among the Anglo-Saxon herbs. There are at least twenty-nine uses of the wood betony in the treatment of physical diseases. At one time, the wood betony was probably also the most popular amulet herb – such amulets were used widely until the Middle Ages as a charm to ward off so-called evil or ill humors that supposedly brought disease to the human body. The many uses of the wood betony were written down by the medical herbalist Gerard in 1597, he gave a long list of herbal applications for this plant, adding that –“it maketh a man to pisse well”– an inference to the herb’s effectiveness against urinary disorders. Most contemporary herbalist neglect the wood betony as a potential remedy, however, the…
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By Phoenix of Elder Mountain – Holiday Blessings dreamers, soul swimmers and artists, welcome to the First New Moon of Winter, on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017 @ 10:30 pm PDT, followed by the Winter Solstice, Thursday, Dec. 21st. The moon work that I share is based on living and walking the 13 Moons of the seasonal year with nature’s cycles, just like the world who lives by the (sun) Calendar and the clock (time).
We dreamers have our own natural intuitive rhythm and a no-time reality that is dormant, waiting to be awakened layer after layer, year after year. When we begin to desire a reconnection with our true emotional nature, or align with our elusive and distant soul, the Moon cycles are an ancient, yet gentle guide.
Your signs and synchronicity for the three days up to the new moon are in their processes right now. Pay attention and write or draw them in your moon/dream journal, which is more for next years solstice, than this…
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