Saturday, 12 May 2018

Friday, 11 May 2018

Your Gift Meditation

This is a free YouTube meditation written by Wendy Stokes and presented by Erica Longdon. 

Thursday, 10 May 2018

Introduction to Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust

The Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust was founded by author and naturalist Gerald Durrell 50 years ago with the mission to save species from extinction, and it has a proven track record of doing just that! Species that have been pulled back from the brink include the Mauritius kestrel, pink pigeon, echo parakeet and the Mallorcan midwife toad, and our dedicated conservationists are hard at work in threatened habitats around the world, continuing each day to protect and conserve many more amazing species.
Due to the increasing demands of humans on the environment, we have witnessed in recent decades, a massive rise in the rate of extinctions.The number of species under threat has reached alarming proportions, including 23% of mammals, 12% of birds and 32% of all amphibians. A wide variety of species are necessary for the building blocks on which our ecosystems are sustained and it is these ecosystems that provide us with previous resources, such as clean water, fuel, fibre and food. 

Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Coincidence! What’s it all about?

A 'coincidence' is two unrelated events that take place at the same time. Coincidences are surprisingly common and occur many times each day, for example, I was thinking about a friend this morning when she telephoned me. Is this just a co-incidence or could it have been telepathy?

Tuesday, 8 May 2018

Distance Healing - Harry Edwards Healing Sanctuary

Watch healing youtube video above. 
Harry Edwards was born in Balham, south London, in 1893, and was one of nine children born to his father, who was a printer, and his mother, who was a dressmaker. This was a dedicated Church of England family and at the age of twelve, Harry joined the London Diocese Church Lads' Brigade, and later, as a young man, he trained with his father as a printer until the outbreak of war and in 1914 he enlisted as an engineer in the Royal Sussex Regiment and was promoted to Captain. He served in India and the Middle East

Monday, 7 May 2018

Native American People

Early History
The native people of America were first called “Red Indians” by Christopher Columbus, when, upon arriving in North America, he thought he was in the East Indies on his way to India! There would have been 1,000 native languages in use at this time. Studies have suggested that people traveled during the ice age, perhaps as long as 30,000 years ago, from Mongolia, over the Bering Straits land bridge into Alaska, and down through the Americas. Shamanic culture that survive in Mongolia are thought to be similar to the native American shamanic practices. There is also some evidence that sailors left Europe in small canoes, surviving the frozen ice floes of the Atlantic Ocean to arrive on the Eastern sea board of the Americas. These early people hunted, fished, grew crops and flourished as very diverse and distinct indigenous people that include Alaskans, New Mexicans, Hawaiians, and tribal people of both North and South America. They developed stone weapons, the bow and arrow, war clubs and spears. It is known that 7,000 years ago food supplies would have included squashes, pumpkins, watermelon and maize and by 800AD beans and corn were on the menu.

Sunday, 6 May 2018

Saturday, 5 May 2018

FREE healing meditation

With gratitude. A beautiful FREE healing meditation on Youtube presented by the US musician, Heather Kropf. 15 minutes of personal enjoyment. Ensure you are not interrupted! Visit Heather Kropf's website:

Friday, 4 May 2018

Watkins Bookstore

During the Victorian era, the intelligentsia, rich and fashionable of London were fascinated by mysticism and spirituality. In this era of excitement, one of the leading lights of the day, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, encouraged her friend, John Watkins to open the first ever specialist esoteric bookshop. It bears the ‘Watkins’ name to this day.

Watkins is situated in the dignified elegance of Cecil Court, off Charing Cross Road. The shop’s logo depicts Thoth, Egyptian God of Wisdom in the act of writing with pen and paper. The store stocks the UK’s widest selection of esoteric information in 60,000 book titles, cards, CD’s, DVDs, talismans, artefacts and other interesting items. In its early years, customers included W B Yeats, Aleister Crowley, G R S Mead, Carl Jung, Aldous Huxley, Dion Fortune and the Society of the Inner Light, MacGregor Mathers and members of The Golden Dawn. 

Thursday, 3 May 2018

The City of Revelation! London by Chris Street

There have been several attempts to re-build London as ‘The New Jerusalem’. The first was by the Knights Templar who, in 1185, modelled their Temple Church in Holborn on the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem and sited the building exactly the same distance from St. Pauls Cathedral as the Holy Sepulchre is sited from the Dome of the Rock. Clearly they saw a connection, or wanted to create one.

Approx 500 years later, following the Great Fire of London, Sir Christopher Wren conceived his own plan to re-build London as the New Jerusalem, whilst his rival, John Evelyn, devised a design for the city based upon the cabbalistic tree of life.

In the 18th century, the visionary artist and poet, William Blake, saw Jerusalem within London’s spiritual dimensions and in the words that have become Britain’s second national anthem, exhorted us to “build Jerusalem on England’s green and pleasant land.”

More recently, my astonishing discovery also associates London with the New Jerusalem, the biblical City of Revelation. It is a vast and beautiful network of complex geometric patterns linking many of the oldest and well-known sacred sites throughout the capital. Because it is principally star patterns on the Earth, I have called it ‘Earthstars’. The design is not simple geometry but the basis of the temple-builders’ art which is sacred geometry, and provides a recognisable temple ground plan used throughout the centuries to create sacred space.

The Pantheon in Rome was a pagan temple converted to Christian use in the 5th century and is based upon this pattern, whilst Stonehenge, with its 3,500 years old ground plan, is the oldest temple in Britain also based upon this ground plan. Linked by the hidden unity of sacred geometry, London’s ancient sacred sites form a vast and invisible version of Stonehenge - a great landscape temple which covers most of the capital. Though this is not defined by circles of sarsens and bluestones as in Stonehenge, but by the stones of buildings, such as the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral and local parish churches (many of which have a known history dating back a thousand years or more, and which, like Stonehenge itself, were places of ceremony and sanctity for centuries before Christianity arrived on these druid shores).