The Power of Feeling

Written by George Lockett

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We should not limit ourselves to imagining that we are just connected torepparttar Solar System. We are part of a much bigger system and we should feelrepparttar 122153 connection to allrepparttar 122154 stars and planets inrepparttar 122155 Milky Way andrepparttar 122156 Whole Universe. Then expand further and feel allrepparttar 122157 Dimensions andrepparttar 122158 Parallel Universes andrepparttar 122159 Whole Omniverse. There is truly no limit, butrepparttar 122160 more we feel connectedrepparttar 122161 more support we will have in our daily lives.

I have made some meditation recording to help with this if you would like to try them. Just followrepparttar 122162 link and instructions onrepparttar 122163 page: I would recommend listening torepparttar 122164 second one first; “Connecting to Earth and Universe - Guided Meditation” as this is a good general meditation and will balance and align your energies with bothrepparttar 122165 Earth andrepparttar 122166 Universe. You can email me at if you have any questions or requests.

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150-Million Year Old Baby Bird Fossil/ W Hide Scraper!

Written by Steven Mopntes

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The archeologist asked one ofrepparttar professors if he could borrow his microscope to look atrepparttar 122152 stone more in depth. The group moved downrepparttar 122153 hall to a small office where we entered. As I stood by his side, he examinedrepparttar 122154 stone and stated that there were glassy areas onrepparttar 122155 sharp edge aroundrepparttar 122156 stone that were not visible torepparttar 122157 naked eye. He said thatrepparttar 122158 tendons and ligaments had polished parts ofrepparttar 122159 stone while being used. He also stated thatrepparttar 122160 hide scraper was in mint condition and had hardly been used. He went on to say that most hide scrappers that we see today in museums are small ovals that are badly worn due to their use, and then discarded when they become too small and useless. He also said that he had never seen a slightly used hide scraper before. He made mention that he wished he knew what group of people had carvedrepparttar 122161 hide scraper. He thought that person who carvedrepparttar 122162 stone might possibly berepparttar 122163 first person to be recorded or documented asrepparttar 122164 first person to be a collector of fossils. He also said that these primitive people were farmers, artists, traders much likerepparttar 122165 people of today. He also stated thatrepparttar 122166 position ofrepparttar 122167 bird andrepparttar 122168 way it was hand carved into a tool to portrayedrepparttar 122169 bird in such a manner that this item would be considered true fossil art. After things started to wind down, I felt as several people like me, were in every sense ofrepparttar 122170 word in awe over what this man had to share with us. One ofrepparttar 122171 questions I asked was how much was this unique item I had found worth? The answer was that this artifact with a fossil inside of it had never been seen, documented or recorded anywhere inrepparttar 122172 world. So because there was nothing to compare it to, this item would be considered priceless. As people were leaving, a young lady, still full of excitement, that if she was me, I should take a picture ofrepparttar 122173 hide scraper and put it onrepparttar 122174 internet, and said that I should put a price of 20 million dollars, being that there is only one of these unique hide scrapers inrepparttar 122175 world. The chances of finding anything like it again are probably one in a trillion. To date I amrepparttar 122176 only one inrepparttar 122177 world that has found anything like this ever. Owning this rare Jewel is overwhelming and too great for any one person to own, so I would like to share my enthusiasm with you and your friends. If you need more information or pictures about this topic, please call me at area code: 520-749-1105 or e-mail and ask for Steve at Montes.

I am a Silver smith. I am one of only a few people that makes Tin Can Luminaries, with the same torch I use for making jewelry I make fine intricate cuts into the can, and when you light the votive inside the can, every time the flame flickers it moves the patterns placed into the can all around to create a romantic setting. I also created a night light made from a can of tuna. Which shines a large star on your wall when lite. I was

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