February 11, 2011
Kiesha Crowther has prepared a message specifically for those of us wanting to be prepared for the coming events this year.
February 4, 2011
Mochican temple from 1500 BCE discovered in Peru
February, 04 2011
Living in Peru
A major temple of the Mochica culture and a group of tombs from the cultures that inhabited the north coast of Peru from 1500 BCE until the Spanish era have been discovered in the Lambayeque region.
Edgar Bracamonte, the archaeologist responsible for the project, told El Comercio that the findings show that this region, famous for the discovery of the Lord of Sipan, still holds many surprises.
Work on the Santa Rosa site began last November and are part of a series of projects that include new explorations.
The result of archaeological work to date are 14 graves belonging to the Chimu, Lambayeque and Inca cultures, and nine others have been found battered and open, by the same ancient cultures that were populating the area over the centuries.
"What we found on the site is the whole sequence of cultural occupation of the northern coast of Peru's Lambayeque Valley, from the Inca period until the arrival of the Spaniards in the area," Bracamonte concluded.
Also discovered is a Mochica temple made from adobe, dated between 550 and 800 CE.
February 2, 2011
February 1, 2011
Gregg Braden - The Essene Mirrors
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From the perspective of the ancient Essenes, every human on the earth is an initiate in the Mystery School that we call Life. Whether they are conscious of it or not, every human will experience in the presence of others mirrors of themselves in that moment. If we have the wisdom to recognize those mirrors, we may accelerate the evolution of emotion and understanding.
What the Essenes said was that for us to know and master ourselves in this world, we will see one or some combination of mirrored patterns in others. The seven mirrors are progressively more and more subtle. Back in the '70s, we heard about the first mirror, of who you are in the moment. The notion was that if you find yourself around individuals who are angry or dishonest, they are showing you your dishonesty or anger. Sometimes the mirrors would apply, but sometimes they wouldn't. We had discovered the first mirror, but had yet to see the other mirrors, such as the second mirror, which reflects what we judge in the moment.
This is tremendously powerful but very subtle. The ancient Essenes had a very sophisticated understanding of interpersonal human relationships and the role of emotion in those relationships. It's the role of emotion that we have carefully sifted out of our Western experience up until very recently. Now, as we go back into these texts, we see that it is emotion that proves the power and, when coupled with logic, true magic and miracles occur.