A REVIVAL OF SACRED CULTURES AND RELIGIONS
By Nancy Oakes
Humanity has crossed over to a new era, a time when human beings are reuniting with their inner power, and breaking the chains from the old paradigms of patriarchal mind control. Coming out of the dark ages again into the light, we are discovering a new respect for the old ways of holistic medicine, and embracing the traditions and cultures of the ancients.
A REVIVAL OF THE GNOSTICS IN THE NEW ERA
The sacred documents of the Gnostics philosophy states that they believed that life (living) is a spiritual practice, not a dogmatic religion or other mind controlling system. Bringing health back into balance was a spiritual practice. Therefore, based on the mindset of the ancient indigenous medicine, they taught that the disconnection of the soul in one form or another causes disease. Disease happens when humans are living an empty life, which is living without meaning or with meaning that is too trivial or too materialistic for the needs of a sacred soul. Each soul was sacred and always connected directly to the spirit realm, without judgment from a one patriarchal god. Early recordings suggest the Gnostics were for over half a millennium, “the approach to religion for thoughtful minds”, very much influenced by Tantric-style meditation. They also believed as in the ultimate aim of Tantric yoga was to enter the primal realm of Silence, a feminine enfolding the original Creative Word, the Logos, the Goddess Sige (Silence) who dwelt at the beginning of all things, giving birth to Sophia, (Wisdom, or knowledge, the Gnostics Great Mother) both spouse and mother of God. This of course got the attention of the early church authorities, and finally drove the Gnostics, and Mary Magdalene into hiding.
Today humanity has a renewed interest in learning the ancient knowledge, an enlightenment, is ushering in the sacredness of all life on earth, clarifying the reason for the connection between what the ancients practiced and nature. This reasoning has been lost to humanity, thus producing a disastrous upset of flesh eating humans without regard for the sacredness of life. The clarification also eliminates the misinformed theory that man is superior to other life forms. All life, those covered by skin, fur, and feathers were created to live in harmony, Oneness.
2014 A Time of Balance and Renewal
“A Mothers Love”
Many medicine people, shamans, and elders of the ancient cultures understood the prophecies predicting the new era, “The Fifth World.” A great phenomenon is in progress globally, aligning computer technology, the Internet, with the deliverance of the ancient messages of Oneness. Many opportunities to study and learn from the medicine people are available for the first time. The renewed Gnostic teachings uncovered in 1949 with the Dead Sea Scrolls, Sacred Lakota, Hopi, and the Dali Lamia, just to name a few, are teaching the people how to reconnect to nature and the spirit realms. The elders are not saying come be Lakota, or Hopi, or Tibetan, or even Gnostic. They are reaching out to all people to reconnect to the truths of the true creation story, the truth of the arrival of the first people from the stars, and awakening to you own sacred inner power. Be who you are! You can only find yourself when you reconnect to your purpose, and live in the acknowledgement of the higher power of Love, and the Great Mother.
The message came just as planned, when human beings hearts were opening for the truth and becoming aware. The ancients are sharing with humanity at this time the secrets of our Great Mother's medicine. She holds within her womb cures for the human body’s aging and disease processes. The ancients knew about the secrets of the plants and have guarded those purposes for future generations. You!
PLANTS YOU CAN USE AS MEDICINE
Cleopatra applied the gel to her body as part of her beauty regimen, the ancient Greeks used it to cure baldness and insomnia and the Native Americans called the blessed plant the “Wand of Heaven.
It doesn't hurt that aloe vera produces at least six natural antiseptics, which are able to kill mold, bacteria, funguses, and viruses. In fact, the plant is so powerful that researchers and scientists are looking into its potential as an AIDS and cancer-fighter. The ancients have known this for centuries. Many indigenous cultures eat the plant for relief from digestive problems, and upset stomach issues. Do not consume the plant without guidance from a holistic practitioner, or medicine person.
1. Pamper yourself with a soothing body rub.
2. Treat burns from minor mishaps in the kitchen
4. Banish black and blue bruises by swapping on the good goo.
5. Soothe and heal sunburns the feel-good way.
6. Take the sting or itch out of insect bites.
7. Reduce tissue damage from frostbite.
8. Alleviate mysterious rashes.
9. Help heal herpes outbreaks.
10. Fight Athlete's Foot.
11. Swab over blisters for quick relief.
12. Prevent pesky pimples and treat acne.
13. Soothes- Psoriasis.
14. Prevent scarring and stretch marks.
15. Help rid of Rosacea.
16. Reverse signs of aging skin and wrinkles. Cleopatra did!
17. Help eliminate Eczema.
18. Brighten skin. Aloe can decrease pigmentation and dark spots.
19. Make skin new again with an exfoliating, organic sugar scrub by mixing together two tbsp. of aloe vera, 2 tbsp. of organic brown sugar and 1 tsp. of organic lemon juice.
20. For rougher patches mix together an organic salt skin scrub using two cups of sea salt, one cup of aloe vera, one cup of organic coconut oil and two tbsp. of local, organic honey.
21. Reduce hair dandruff by mixing aloe vera juice with coconut milk and wheat germ oil. Massage into scalp and rinse.
22. Take a swig to reduce symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome including bloating and discomfort.
23. Take aloe orally to relieve heartburn, arthritis and rheumatism pain.
24. Boil leaves in a pan of water and breathe in the vapor to alleviate asthma.
25. Drink to lower blood sugar levels—especially for diabetics.
26. Strengthen gums and promote strong, healthy teeth by taking orally or use toothpaste with aloe vera ingredients.
Ginger-infused chai is a household favorite of the Egyptians Gods. The ancients used ginger as an antidote of choice for battling cold and flu. It is said that Jesus brought ginger back with him when he returned from India during the time recorded as his lost years.
1. Ginger improves the absorption and assimilation of essential nutrients in the body.
2. Ginger clears the ‘microcirculatory channels’ of the body, including the pesky sinuses that tend to flare up from time to time.
3. Can’t stop the toot-a-thon? Gas—oops—guess what? Ginger helps reduce flatulence!
4. Ginger, with its anti-inflammatory properties—can bring relief from pain. Float some ginger essential oil into your bath to help aching muscles and joints.
5. Chewing ginger post-operation can help overcome nausea.
6. Stir up some ginger tea to get rid of throat and nose congestion.
7. Bedroom blues? Try adding a gingery punch to a bowl of soup. (Pss...the Ayurvedic texts credit ginger with aphrodisiac properties)
Nancy is the CEO of the “Spiritual Life Style Center.” She is a member of the Free Cherokee, and an adopted member of the United Lenape Band. Nancy is currently involved in the study of psychology, and cultural anthropology. She is also an activist for the Freedom of Tibet, and the preservation of sacred life on this planet. Her first book will be launched on amazon.com in March 2014. The Return of Sophia, Mother of the Universe You can contact her at her email address of firstname.lastname@example.org, www.lovetothelight.weebly.com