|9 Nov 2001 @ 13:16, by sindy|
I am told that 144,000 civilizations have sent some of their people to earth as starseeds. These civilizations closely watch their beloved children while here on earth
Not everyone on earth is from earth. There are those who are here from other planets and civilizations in this and other universes. And though they walk around in human bodies, in truth many have forms that are not human.
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This column takes suggestions for topics. Hermes is liar and thief, messenger of the gods, guide of souls to the underworld, and god of the journey to the imagination's borderland. Hermes, god of meaningful connections, leads one on circuitous paths which often as not result in more questions than straight answers
Drawing together prophecies of diverse native peoples from throughout the world, "mytho-journalist" Steven McFadden presents a powerful challenge in his new book Legend of the Rainbow Warriors. Materialism, a guiding myth of so-called developed nations, “has plunged us into a nightmare of environmental devastation, ethical bankruptcy, and cultural confusion (1).” These are the results of “a myth gone awry.” Countering the myth of materialism and its effects, or perhaps because of it, indigenous teachings prophecy the emergence of two new myths: “the myth of a new age and the Legend of the Rainbow Warrior” (2). These myths, emerging from the depths of human experience, offer direction and hope. More importantly, they give a sense of purpose, empowerment, and connection.