Image of a field of tulips to represent Nature's Joy.

Nature’s Joy

 

The Nature Kingdoms gladly share their joy and delight with everyone. They are part of the One Life of Creation that encompasses ALL Living Beings. They do their part in bringing Heaven down to Earth.

 

When we are receptive to Nature, then we are part of their forces. When we are not tuned to Nature, we are cut off and there is no contact between us. Nature blesses all who come within its influence, but generally it falls on barren ground. Humanity’s reception would repay Nature a hundred-fold.

 

The Plant Kingdom

 

The Plant Kingdom has its pattern and its destiny, worked out through the ages. They have their portions of the Divine Plan to fulfill. The planet needs mature trees for their spiritual role as guardians of the Earth.

 

Trees are not known for “Doing”, but for “Being”. Their auras are so steady and peaceful that restless humans find blessings in them.

 

Each tree contributes its part in perfection. Feel the joy with which they play that part. They are evolved through ageless wisdom, unique in their role, free to rejoice. Each tree, plant and scrub has purpose in the overall scheme of things. They gladly beautify our gardens and produce for our use. Tune in to them and the world will return to sanity and joy. Read more

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Tao Te Ching By Lao Tzu

 

Background Information

 

Tao Te Ching is a spiritual classic and is amongst the most translated works in world literature. According to tradition, it was written around 6th century B.C. by the Chinese sage Lao Tzu (literally meaning “Old Master”), a record-keeper at the Zhou dynasty court, although the text’s true authorship and date of composition are still debated.

 

Wikipedia provided several possible translations of the book’s title:

 

Dào/Tao literally means “way”, or one of its synonyms, but was extended to mean “the Way”. This term, which was variously used by other Chinese philosophers, has special meaning within the context of Taoism, where it implies the essential, unnamable process of the universe.

 

Dé/Te means “virtue“, “personal character,” “inner strength” (virtuosity), or “integrity”. Jīng/Ching as it is used here means “Law”, “Canon”, “Rules” or “Instruction”. Thus, Tao Te Ching can be translated as “The Way and the Power of The Law”, “The Road and the Strength of The Rules/Instructions”, etc.

 

Tao Te Ching is a short text of around 5,000 Chinese characters in 81 brief chapters or sections. It has two parts, the Tao Ching (chapters 1–37) and the Te Ching (chapters 38–81). The written style is brusque or to the point, has few grammatical particles, and encourages diverse, even contradictory interpretations. The ideas are singular; the style poetic. The rhetorical style combines two major strategies: short, declarative statements and intentional contradictions. The first of these strategies creates memorable phrases, while the second forces us to create our own reconciliations of the supposed contradictions. Read more

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The Agartha Network

 

Image Credit: Gaia

 

Secrets of the Subterranean Cities

 

In Inner Earth, Shamballa the Lesser consists of over 120 Subterranean Cities that form the Agartha Network. It is the seat of government for the inner world. While Shamballa the Lesser is an inner continent, its satellite colonies are smaller enclosed ecosystems located just beneath the Earth’s crust or discreetly within mountains.

 

All cities in the Agartha Network are physical, and are of the Light, meaning that they are benevolent spiritually-based societies who follow the Christic teachings of the Order of Melchizedek. They continue in the tradition of the great mystery schools of the surface, honoring such beings as Jesus, Buddha, and all of the Ascended Masters that we of the surface know and love, in addition to spiritual teachers of their own longstanding heritage.

 

Why Live Underground?

 

Why did they choose to live underground? Consider the magnitude of the geological Earth changes that have swept the surface over the past 100,000 years. Consider the lengthy Atlantean-Lemurian war and the power of thermonuclear weaponry that eventually sank and destroyed these two highly advanced civilizations. The Sahara, the Gobi, the Australian Outback, and the deserts of the U.S. are but a few examples of the devastation that resulted. The sub-cities were created as refuges for the people and as safe havens for sacred records, teachings and technologies that were cherished by these ancient cultures. Read more

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Angelic Humans

 

Guardians’ Dispensations (From 2000-2012)

 

Earth humans that have 12-Strand DNA potential are of Angelic Human Heritage. They can reclaim their rightful Ascension heritage of the Christos (Kristos) 12-Strand DNA Template Potential and serve as conscious guardians of the Halls of Amenti Star Gates on Earth and be free to exit the Time Matrix into the Energy Matrix consciousness level.

 

Angelic Humans with 12-Strand DNA Template are born with three strands of 12 activated.

 

Prevention of the Anti-Christos (Anti-Kristos) Agenda (Fallen Angelics’ continuing Grail Quest) is the purpose for which the Angelic Human Race was created 560 million years ago.

 

Guardian Races

 

Angelic Human and Indigo races were sent into this Time Matrix as a guardian, protector and healer force, intended to protect the living Time Matrix from the Phantom Matrix system and to assist, if and when possible, in the reclamation and redemption of the Fallen races and Universal Systems. Read more

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Winter Gardening Tips

 

Winter gardening is not as difficult as most people think. There are fewer weeds to worry about than during other seasons. Winter vegetables also require less water than their summer counterparts. Low light levels from the shorter days cut down on evaporation and can even eliminate the need for watering from mid-November to mid-February in most areas of the country.

Winter Protection Devices

 

Should winter gardeners grow different crops depending on their climate? Not necessarily. You can grow the same crops if you use a winter-protection device, such as: a cold frame, a greenhouse, the quick-hoop system, or just a layer or two of floating row cover, often called Reemay. All of these devices capture some of the earth’s natural warmth, especially at night, and block the chilling, drying effect of wind. Many winter gardeners said that growing in a greenhouse had been their best garden investment.

 

Winter Vegetables

 

No matter where you live, you can grow cold-hardy winter vegetables that have proven they can take biting temperatures. Interestingly, many of the vegetables need that snap of cold weather to deliver their unique taste. Winter vegetables sweeten with the cold. If you’ve ever tasted a winter-pulled carrot or winter-cut spinach, you’re familiar with the treasures winter gardening can bring. Read more