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Astronomers Spot “The Eye Of Horus” In Outer Space


July 28, 2016


A system of galaxies recently discovered seems to be hiding something very unusual inside the strange swirls that surround it.

The three galaxies discovered by researchers are  7, 9 and 10.5 billion light-years away.

It has been called the Eye of Horus due to the incredible similarity of the ancient Egyptian symbol.

This ‘ancient eye’ in the sky will help researchers take a spatiotemporal peek to more distant galaxies that will allow them to understand the history of the universe better.

The new system of galaxies was discovered by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) while carrying out a survey of deep space by the Subaru Telescope.

A group of students and young astronomers analyzed some of the data collected by the telescope and found a unique gravitational lens system.

The galaxy in the center of the image is accompanied by others that seem…

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7 Health Benefits Of Milk Thistle


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Dr. Akilah Schäfer
July 27, 2016

Milk Thistle is an herb that contains a few active ingredients collectively referred to as Silymarins. In this video you will learn the top 7 health benefits of this beautiful plant.

Click the following link to download your free Milk Thistle Benefits Guide –…

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Honeysuckle {Lonicera caprifolium / Lonicera japonica}

Also, Known As Honeysuckle Jin Yin Hua The herbal plant called the honeysuckle is a climbing plant that can grow to twelve ft - four meters - in length. The plant comes in several varieties, and some varieties are deciduous - example, the L. caprifolium variety - while some are semi evergreen - the Asian … Continue reading Honeysuckle {Lonicera caprifolium / Lonicera japonica}

Wild Strawberries

Fragaria vesca Also, Known As: Alpine Strawberry Common Strawberry Mountain Strawberry Pineapple Strawberry Wild Strawberries Wood Strawberry Woodland Strawberry Wild strawberry plants are perennially growing and usually grow up to a height of one foot (0.3 meters). Plants of these species have the aptitude to endure frosts. While they blossom during the period between April … Continue reading Wild Strawberries

Attentive and Calm: Herbs, Food and Lifestyle Therapies for Creating Mental Clarity

For many contemporary humans, work and play center on electronic devices and continual communication. With conversations that come in abbreviated snippets, fast-paced scrolling of images, and memes; continual multi-tasking has become the norm. We are energetically in three places at once. No wonder many of us aren’t fully here and feel challenged staying on task. … Continue reading Attentive and Calm: Herbs, Food and Lifestyle Therapies for Creating Mental Clarity

Great Spirit, Mother Earth {chant}

Powers of the four directions, my ancestors, And all those who love me, hear me now. This is a prayer of thanksgiving for the miracle of life. When I awake in the morning, Great Spirit, And I take a breath of morning air, I look toward the sky, searching the morning light For your face, … Continue reading Great Spirit, Mother Earth {chant}

DIY Ginger Cinnamon Elderberry Syrup

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 … Continue reading DIY Ginger Cinnamon Elderberry Syrup

The Magickal Garden

A magick garden transforms a portion of Earth into a living alter. Rather than landscaping based solely on superficial appearance or ease of availability {for instance, going to the nursery and seeing what's on sale,} plants are carefully selected based upon the power that they radiate. Everyone's magick garden is unique because the botanical power is … Continue reading The Magickal Garden

The Antediluvian Wall Of Texas: A Lost Civilization Under Texas?


July 14, 2016

More than 100 years ago, a strange wall was discovered in Texas. Now, it turns out that the remains of this wall may have belonged to an antediluvian long lost civilization that inhabited the region in the distant past.

There is a town in Texas called Rockwall. Most people that live there have absolutely no idea from where the town got its name from. It turns out that the town was named after a strange wall was dug up together with a giant skull after people were searching for water.

According to reports, the Antediluvian map is a nearly perfect rectangle with 4 miles in width and 7 miles in lengths, with a total area of over 20square miles.

It turns out that the top of the wall had a uniform elevation of 550 ft above sea level.

But how was the wall discovered?


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