“The Fall” Poem

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“The Fall”
The changing of the seasons like the changing of the guard.
The leaves reveal their brilliance, they blanket our yard.
I feel it in the air on my skin and nose I smell.
The end of summer stories; no new ones to tell.
Harvest time, kitchens wait, as we now enter falls gate.
Passing of the seasons.
Reborn are new reasons.
Less of daylight less of sun bright.
More of dark and gloom.
Less of coolers and sandy beaches more of pumpkins and witches on their broom.
All things that go up in the spring and spend their summer tall.
Must now succumb to the winds of change
And do as always, fall.
~Joram Echeles

Jeremy Riden is the Special Guest on the Spiritual Insight Radio Show with host Rev. Tiffany White Sage Woman, Tonight at 8 pm ET

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Goldylocks Productions Presents the Spiritual Insight Show with Rev. Tiffany White Sage Woman, Tonight, Tuesday, 3 November 2015 at 8 pm ET.

Reverend Tiffany White Sage Woman, RMT, RH, INHA is a Psychic Medium, Spiritual Teacher, ordained Metaphysical Minister, and a Holistic Health Practitioner. Even though she is a natural born Healer, her continued education, training and certification in multiple Healing Modalities reflects that Healing is an on going process. She is the Owner of Goldylocks Temple of Healing, llc located in Groton, CT and has clients located all over the world. Goldylocks Production is a subdivision of Goldylocks Temple of Healing, llc. Tiffany produces Radio and TV Shows, and Webinars for those in the Holistic Profession.

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Jeremy is an Intuitive Destiny Coach and Soul Coach. Jeremy’s mission is to help people from all over the world to discover their deepest passions, truest purposes, greatest potential and their highest path! He helps his clients to tap into their subconscious mind and replace any negative beliefs that might be holding a person back from receiving their highest good.

Jeremy is the creator of the A + Living Program, a program that helps his clients to evaluate all the different areas of their life; career, romance, and health. The focus is to reprogram destructive or harmful thoughts and elevate low self esteem. If there is an area in your life that you feel is failing or could be doing better, the A + living system shows you how to change your life story by first healing your Soul Story.

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Goldylocks Productions Presents the Healing with Hypnosis Show with Jan Bartrop-Babbitt, Tonight, Monday, 2 November 2015 at 8 pm ET.

Jan Bartrop-Babbitt, CHt, IACT is a licensed, certified hypnotherapist and a member of the International Association of Counselors and Therapists. Her credentials include Advanced Alchemical Past Life Regression, 20+ years as a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and an Ordained Minister.

Past Life Regression can include finding talents you had forgotten, resolving health or emotional issues that no longer serve you, examining your soul contract and sometimes making changes to it, visiting your Akashic Records and so much more!

She has a private practice in Windsor, CT and is available world wide with Skype, Face Time, or Telephone. Hypnosis is like laser therapy for any issue that you have experienced concern or lack.

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Topic: Tonight on “Healing with Hypnosis” Jan will be discussing accomplishments, changes, intentions, self love, connections, and much more. Come join her to see where the Angels lead in conversation.

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Numerology for Sunday, 1 November 2015 by Jane Alton

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Numerology for 01/November/2015

Try to stop pushing yourself so hard, stand back for a moment and engage with a bigger picture. You may have a huge amount going on in your head that stops you focusing on this minute now. Try to master your emotions and learn detachment, as you have the potential to inspire yourself and others with your work if you can get past the emotion. Try to leave excess baggage behind – injuries of the past can be too heavy for anyone to bear, even you.

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The Origin of the Witch’s Hat

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I have always been interested in symbols even more so than words or language. When my sons were younger, we would come up with themes for each Halloween and entertain the neighbors. We have dressed up like pirates and had candy in a treasure chest, dressed up in pinstripes and acted like mobsters, zombies coming out of coffins, and our personal favorite…me as a witch and my husband and sons as Grim Reapers.

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Every Halloween and Fall time I find myself attracted to the witch’s hat. I never questioned it and just go with it. Well, yesterday, I decided to ask my Guides about the origin of the witch’s hat. It was explained that it is symbol for a shaman, a healer, a sage, etc. It isn’t evil at all, nor are the other pagan symbols such as the broom, the cauldron, dressing in black, etc.  Many concepts that have been taught to us as being evil, is really an illusion and smoke screen to keep us distracted from our true, authentic self. When we are one with our Divinity…we are very powerful and not able to be controlled by anyone on the lower vibrations. Those in the higher vibrations are not into control, that isn’t the intention at all.

My Guides encourages me to research online as well. They guided me to two articles that I would like to share with you and hopefully you find it as interesting and insightful as I did.

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The Pointed `Witches` Hat and Its Aryan Origins

As a child have you ever wondered why pointed hats[often decorated with lunar, stellar and solar symbols]were associated with witches? It would appear that this headgear truly was worn by witches-or more likely priestesses/priests or shamans amongst various Aryan peoples.
At Subeshi in China the mummies of Europoid women have been discovered with this kind of head gear which scholars associate with the Indo-European speaking Tocharians or Iranians.[See The Tarim Mummies by J.P. Mallory and Victor H. Mair].
There is strong linguistic evidence to support the idea that Aryan priests and fortune tellers were present in the Shang and Zhou dynasty courts, probably in service to blonde haired Aryan emperors[Yellow Emperors] who ruled as the first emperors of China, over a subjugated mongoloid population. These priests were called Magi, the plural of the Old Persian Magus. Archaeological evidence indicates that these Magi had Europoid facial features. Their conical headgear has also been associated with the Aryan steppe tribes.
Theirs was a fire cult and they served a sky god.
A recently broadcast television documentary[Museum Secrets] brought to my attention the discovery of ancient gold hats, one of which is on display in the Neues Museum in Berlin. Three others are in existence and all were found in Germany and France, indicating the existence of a Bronze Age solar cult in central Europe.
So it would appear that the image of the pointed hat wearing witch or warlock is not as far fetched as it once seemed!

~ Original Post: http://aryan-myth-and-metahistory.blogspot.com/2012/07/the-pointed-witches-hat-and-its-aryan.html

 

The History of the Witch’s Hat

There is a stereotypical image of a Witch. She is an ugly old hag, sporting a large wart on her elongated crooked nose, dressed in long black flowing clothes and always topped with a broad brimmed tall pointed black hat. Where did the image of the Witch’s hat come from?

The trade mark Witch’s hat does not come from the Medieval times as art from that time period shows Witch’s wearing a variety of hats and head scarves appropriate to the time period. None of the art shows a Witch wearing the stereotypical hat we see today.

It probably comes from the 15th Century when tall pointed hats were used as dunce caps and similar hats were popular fashion in London. As happens today, new fashion trends start in the big cities and slowly make their way to the smaller towns and county sides. By the time that the farmers and country dwellers started wearing the tall pointed hats, they were far out of fashion in the big metropolitan cities. During the 15th Century, the City folk referred to those who lived in the country as “pagani”.

Pointed hats soon became something only a country dweller or pagani would wear. These women were often wise to the way of the Earth and used herbs in their daily lives for healing and so the hats became associated with the wise women or healers that lived in the country.

Once the Witch trials started, any woman who was considered a wise woman or healer fell suspect to using the “black arts” and hence the pointed hat became a symbol of a witch and was considered evil. During this time, the hat became associated with the horns of the devil and anyone wearing one was considered a follower of Satan.

By the Victorian times, artists had made the image of the old Crone wearing the Witch’s hat a common thing. Witch’s wearing the tall black broad brimmed hat were seen flying upon their brooms wreaking evil in the dead of night in many a Fairy Tale. The image stuck and today is still used in the same context.

Contemporary witches of today do not wear the stereotypical black hat, preferring to go bareheaded or wear a circlet of flowers upon their head during Rituals. Yet, they still honour the Witch’s hat. For them, it is a way to honour those who suffered unfairly during the Witch trials and a way to honour all the wise women in the world who sought to heal not hurt with their knowledge. Halloween, is a special time for them, it is when they honour their ancestors and those who have passed on.

What a perfect time to honour the Witch’s hat!

~ Original Post: https://spirituality.knoji.com/the-history-of-the-witchs-hat/

 

Numerology for Thursday, 29 October 2015 by Jane Alton

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Numerology for 29/October/2015

Despite your fear of failure or rejection you may feel you have to bring in some new ideas and new ways of doing things. You may suddenly become aware that the old way of doing things is not working. Try not to take the reactions of others personally and try to keep things light. You may have to compromise and ‘get real’ to get your message across. Stay positive, this is an opportunity to develop great creativity and learn the value of true sharing, so listen to others even though they may not be saying what you want to hear. Totally believe in the truth you are living, focus on helping others and there will be a positive outcome.

 

Jane Alton

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Sugary Secret of Pet Treats

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Today’s pet treats aren’t the dog bones of your childhood. Over the past decade, a surprising ingredient has begun to appear on pet treat ingredient lists: sugar.Following the trend of sugar-laden children’s snacks, pet treat manufacturers are tapping into a dog’s sweet tooth to boost sales.

 “One of the key reasons I became involved with fighting pet obesity was when I began seeing sugar added to pet treats. I think if more pet owners were aware of this, they may choose their treats more carefully.” says veterinarian Dr. Ernie Ward, founder of the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP) and author of “Chow Hounds: Why Our Dogs Are Getting Fatter – A Vet’s Plan to Save Their Lives” (2010 HCI). “When you have popular treats such as Snausages SnawSomes that list sugars as three of the first four ingredients, you know there’s a problem.”

And the problem is huge. APOP estimates that 45% of US dogs and 58% of cats are too heavy. That equals an estimated 89 million pets that are at high risk for developing conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, high blood pressure and more.

Ward says the problem is linked to money – lots of it. With US pet treat sales estimated to be nearly $2 billion in 2010, the treat bowl has turned golden. “Sugar is incredibly attractive to dogs. If a dog gobbles a treat quickly, an owner is more likely to give another – and another. This adds up to more sales – and profits. In the race for pet treat profits, our pets’ health is being bankrupted.”

Ward also contends that added sugar has behavioral consequences. “Numerous studies in rats demonstrate that overfeeding sugar can create symptoms similar to drug addiction. A dog’s daily sweet treat may be contributing to overeating and other undesirable behaviors. This is why I call today’s high-sugar treats ‘kibble crack.’”

Of course, pet treat manufacturers are quick to blame pet owners for the problem. After all, dogs and cats don’t buy or give these products themselves. Ward agrees – to a point. “Pet owners definitely have a feeding disorder when it comes to their pets. Ultimately it’s up to each owner to control how much they feed their pets. What I want to bring attention to is what ingredients are in pet treats – and why. Pet owners must begin to question why there is sugar in a treat that claims to help teeth.”

Ultimately both the pet food industry and Ward have pet’s best interest at heart. “Today we have some of the best pet foods and treats we’ve ever had. For that, I am grateful. At the same time, we’re seeing some of the unhealthiest products masquerading as wholesome and nutritious. It’s time we reveal the sugary secret that is contributing to obesity in pets.”

Dr. Ward’s Dirty Dozen – Popular Sugary Pet Treats:

  • Canine CarryOuts Chewotta  -Dextrose first ingredient
  • Snausages SnawSomes! Beef and Chicken Flavor -Sugars 3 of first 4 ingredients
  • Pedigree Jumbone Mini Snack Food for Small Dogs-Sugars 2 of 3 first ingredient
  • Petrodex Dental Treats for Cats- Dextrose second ingredient
  • Pedigree Jumbone- Sugar third ingredient
  • Milk Bone Essentials Plus Oral Care- Sugar third ingredient
  • Pup-Peroni Lean Beef Recipe- Sugar third ingredient
  • Science Diet Simple Essentials Treats Training Adult Treats with Real Beef- Sugar third ingredient
  • Cesar Softies Dog Treats- Sugar third ingredient
  • Milk-Bone Chewy Chicken Drumsticks- Sugar third ingredient
  • Meow Mix Moist Cat Treats- Corn syrup fourth ingredient
  • Pedigree Marrobone- Sugar third ingredient

Other common sugar-containing treats according to Dr. Ernie Ward:

  • Pedigree Jumbone – Sugar third ingredient
  • Beneful Snackin’ Slices – Sugar fourth ingredient
  • Pit’r Pat Fresh Breath Mint Flavored Cat Treats – Maltodextrin first ingredient
  • Three Dog Bakery Lick ‘n Crunch – Dextrose third ingredient
  • Beneful Snackin Slices – Sugar fourth ingredient
  • Busy Chewnola – Maltodextrin second ingredient
  • Exclusively Dog Vanilla Flavor Sandwich Creme Dog Cookies – Sugars first two ingredients
  • Canine Carryouts Dog Treats – Corn syrup second ingredient

For more information, visit www.PetObesityPrevention.com or www.DrErnieWard.com