Rock salt is among the purest forms of salt, devoid of environmental pollutants and chemical components. It contains 84 out of the 92 trace elements required by the body, including calcium, iron, zinc, potassium, magnesium, copper, and so on. A lot of the time, this salt is called Himalayan salt or pink salt. Unlike processed white salt, this salt is incredibly good for you and doesn’t raise your sodium and cholesterol levels in the same way traditional salts do.
The consumption of rock salt is a powerful aid for digestion and is often prescribed for laxatives and digestion disorders. It improves appetite, removes gas, and soothes heartburn.
It facilitates the cellular absorption of minerals and plays an important role in replenishing the body’s electrolytes and maintaining the body’s pH balance.
It also aids in weight loss by equalizing minerals, which inhibit cravings and eliminate dead fat cells. Finally, rock salt stabilizes blood pressure and cures rheumatic...
Runes, or Old Norse, are letters of a runic alphabet that were used to write Germanic languages before using Latin. The earliest runic inscriptions date back to 150 AD. The first inscriptions found on actual artifacts remain a mystery primarily. The old runes were not only a writing system but magical symbols for spells and charms. The name rune itself means “secret or something hidden.”
Each alphabet has its own set of symbols and meanings.
You can do a reading yourself! Get some runes; they can come carved into crystal or stone, or on ceramic tiles. Make a sacred space, lay down a cloth, and concentrate on asking a question. You can either toss a few of the runes in the air or pull some out of a bag while focusing on your question. Make sure your mind is fully focused and not drawing in different random thoughts. This makes reading much more clear and concise.
Ultimately, you can create your own system for how to read runes, but traditionally you would lay three out....
For thousands of years, Sculptures have filled many roles in human life. The earliest sculptures were most likely made to supply magical help to hunters. After the dawn of civilization, statues began to be used to represent gods.
Ancient Kings, possibly in the hope of making themselves immortal, would have their likeness carved, and thus portrait sculpture was born as an art form. The Greeks were also particularly skilled in their sculptures, and they made statues that perfectly formed men and women down to the phi ratio.
Early Christians and Catholics would decorate churches with demons, gargoyles, and devils, reminders of the presence of evil for the many churchgoers who could neither read nor write. The Japanese would also make magnificent sculptures to honor the gods of nature, called Kami, and both Chinese and Japanese cultures would sculpt statues to banish evil forces from the environment.
One of the most renowned statues in the world today is David, sculpted by Michelangelo...
Tapioca is known usually as being a yummy pudding-like mixture, but did you know it is actually a gluten-free starch extract from the Cassava plant?
The root of the plant is a useful part, which is where the tapioca starch is acquired. This sweet-tasting flesh should only be consumed after proper cooking. If not prepared correctly, it can be highly poisonous. They are a great source of iron and are naturally low in sodium.
Tapioca has many wonderful benefits including Healthy weight gain, Increased Circulation, Increased red blood cell count, Improved digestion, Protects against birth defects, Lowers cholesterol, Prevent diabetes, Improves metabolic activities, Protects bone mineral density, Prevents Alzheimer’s disease, Protects heart health, and maintains fluid balance within the body.
This is because of a unique composition of carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and organic compounds. These include a very low level of saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium.
It is also a...
Wine has been regarded as a sacred drink for thousands of years. Even before Christianity, it played a huge part in Ancient Egyptian culture through Hathor, the patron god of wine, who was duly honored on a monthly “day of intoxication.”
Equally as such, in Ancient Greece, the Greek God Dionysus was revered as the god of the grape harvest, wine and its making, theater, and ecstasy. In this time, they believed that wine was bestowed upon the human race by Jupiter, the great god of air, light, and heat and that Dionysus would offer ecstasy and spiritual vision to his devotees.
Asian cultures, too, associated Wine with Spirituality, as seen in the large casks of sake located at Japanese Shinto shrines and the placement of it on the altars honoring the gods of prosperity.
Later on, it would be adopted into the Sacrament of the Christian faiths as the eucharist from the story of the Last Supper. Similarly, in Judaism, the wine was regarded as a staple of life itself, drunk...
Yerba Mate is a species of plant within the holly family. It contains the highest caffeine content of any plant in the world! It’s said to combine the strength of coffee, the health benefits of herbal tea, and the euphoric state that chocolate can induce. Drinking it will definitely keep you awake! This herb is believed to improve physical health and memory, and increase stamina!
In South American countries, the mate is drunk from a gourd, which is also called a mate. In the united states, it’s available in teabag form, although the healing properties of the mate are said to increase when drinking from a gourd. Drink it to increase concentration, drive away stagnation, and improve general well being. It can be made in a variety of ways, including steeping it like a normal tea, using a french press, or even an espresso maker.
It contains 24 different vitamins and minerals, 15 amino acids, and many different antioxidants. It is an amazing way to ween off coffee,...
Witch hazel is a shrub or small tree found around North America. It has long been recognized by Native Americans who used its medicinal properties by boiling parts of the plant to treat skin irritations. Now, the leaves and bark are widely used to create an astringent.
Some native American tribes used the Y shaped branches from witch hazel for an ancient method called ’dowsing’. Dowsing a type of divination that attempts to find underground water, gemstones, or oils in the Earth using the branch as a guide.
Witches of the past would use this magic herb in casting spells and charms. Many still believe consuming it in a tea can help heighten our untapped powers.
It has been known to treat: sores, swelling, blisters, eczema, bug bites, poison ivy, and ingrown nails!
Witch Hazel is especially useful for hemorrhoids as it’s an astringent which soothes and cleans the area at the same time. It can also be used as a toner for your face because it can help tighten pores...
This is an abridged edition of The Sumerian Epic!
The abridged film at its core opens the floodgates of questions regarding the mysterious yet popular “conspiracy theory” of Nibiru, the supposed hidden planet that lurks in the farthest reaches of our outer solar system. It was nearly 50 years ago that the theory of Nibiru first reached the masses through Zechariah Sitchin’s first book “The Twelfth Planet”, which sought to explain that the oldest texts on the planet, the Cuneiform tablets of Sumer, were actually a series of encoded legends describing the origins of our solar system.
Today, with the advances in modern technology and several recent discoveries in cosmology, humanity has identified a number of anomalies that seem to allude to this interpretation of the tablets being correct, that a giant planet entered into our solar system long, long ago, and in a terrifying cataclysm smashed through a watery planet, giving birth to the asteroid belt,...
Have you ever heard of someone healing their cancer in just one night? How about depression and anxiety cured outright in just 6 hours? If not, watch on, and journey beyond time and space into the mystical world of Ayahuasca...
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This film is a labor of love, inspired by my own personal experiences with Ayahuasca, and my desire to share that experience with you. I firmly believe that if we are able to embrace the mystical power of these experiences and use them for genuine - heartfelt healing and transformation, we can gracefully evolve into a new kind of human, and in that... a new way of life altogether.
Remember, just taking a shamanic plant medicine does not automatically guarantee you healing. You have to genuinely want it, your intention must be right. If you use these experiences without a pure intent, or without any intention at all... well, there’s really no telling what could happen.
"Thoughts" is the very first Spirit Science episode, which was originally created back in 2011. However, due to a recent copyright claim on the credits song by the Beatles, we decided to take the opportunity to re-create this original video with more information! This new deluxe edition features much of the same script and original drawings, recreated and updated with the new information we have available to us today!
This episode focuses on the connection between mind, body, and spirit. It explores many concepts that are becoming more a part of our reality every day, the interconnection of our thoughts and feelings. We also explore ways we create reality together, and how awareness of our thoughts is the first step into manifesting the life of our dreams.
One of the biggest takeaways from this video is the idea that we create our reality. You are personally in the driver's seat of your life, responsible for your actions and reactions to everything you experience. When we...