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Sunday, August 16, 2009

2012 Prophecies Explained: by Drunvalo Melchizedek

I urge you to take the time to listen to a recent webcast by Drunvalo Melchizedek. Drunvalo has been working closely with the indigenous peoples of the world for many years and has gained their trust.

According to the Maya themselves, they have not said one word in the last 527 years about the Mayan Calendar or 2012. So everything that we read, hear or see about the Maya is not coming from the Maya. They have recently broken their silence and they have given Drunvalo permission to share their sacred knowledge.

In this webcast, you will hear what the Maya themselves believe is happening in relation to December 21st 2012. This information is of extreme importance to each and every living soul on this planet. The information is quite staggering but gives us great cause for hope.

Link to Drunvalo Melchizedek Webcast

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Building the Rainbow Bridge

Down through time, the Rainbow has held special significance to peoples on earth.

In Genesis 9:13, it is written: "I have set my rainbow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth, among the people of the land."

The Rainbow was a focal point of spiritual belief among many nations and tribes on the Earth. Rainbow prophecies have been passed down by the Hopi and Zuni in the Southwest to the Cherokee in the Southeast, from the Cree in the far north, the great Sioux nations of the plains, to the Mayan people of the far south, and also the indigenous peoples of Hawaii.

What does it mean?
Common to all rainbow prophecy is the vision of the rainbow as our connection to the divine. Indigenous tribes believed that the rainbow bridge created the way for return of the star people and the ancestors.

In Norse mythology Bifrost the Rainbow Bridge connected Midgard (the realm of humankind) with Asgard, the realm of the Gods. In the Gylfaginning part of Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda, there is a description of Bifröst:
Then said Gangleri: "What is the way to heaven from earth?"
Then Hárr answered, and laughed aloud: "Now, that is not wisely asked;
has it not been told thee, that the gods made a bridge from earth to heaven,
called Bifröst? Thou must have seen it; it may be that ye call it 'rainbow.'

Today, a global community joins together in consciousness to create the Rainbow Bridge, with the belief that through our combined effort of consciousness, we can create the sign of the ages.

See the Rainbow Bridge Meditations
See Indigenous Rainbow Prophecies

In 1980 Michael Jackson and his brother Jackie wrote "Can you feel it," performed by the Jacksons, and contained the vision of the Rainbow Bridge. See Video

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Love in a Recipe - Mom's Chocolate Sheet Cake

One of the things I love about my Mom, is that everyone who enters the door is offered something wonderful from her kitchen - this is my favorite thing. This is seriously one of the best recipes in my entire collection - the fastest and BEST chocolate cake you will ever lay hands on. You just can't screw this up!

Mom's Chocolate Sheet Cake

The Cake...
2 Cups Flour
2 Cups Sugar
1 Stick Butter
5 Tablespoons Hershey's Cocoa
1 Teaspoon Vanilla
1 Cup Water
1 Teaspoon Soda
1/2 Cup Buttermilk
2 Eggs
1 Teaspoon Salt
1/4 Teaspoon Cinnamon
1/2 Cup Oil

First - preheat the oven to 400 degrees (that is not a typo).
Get a big sauce pan, you are going to mix the batter in there. Melt the butter with the oil, water, and cocoa and bring to a boil. Take off the stove immediately, and add all the dry ingredients, EXCEPT THE SODA. Dissolve the soda in the 1/2 Cup of Buttermilk, then add this, the eggs, and vanilla and mix till smooth. Pour batter into a sheet cake pan - those big pans that are a little deeper than a cookie sheet. (I line mine with parchment paper, or grease and dust it with flour.) Bake for 20 minutes ONLY, or until it springs back.

The frosting...
You are going to use the same saucepan, so rinse and start over for the frosting. This doesn't take long, and you pour it over the cake while it is still hot - only 5 minutes out of the oven... so I usually start this about 5 minutes BEFORE the cake is done.

1 Stick Butter
5 Tablespoons Hershey's Cocoa
1/3 Cup Buttermilk
1 Teaspoon Vanilla
1 Box (2 1/2 Cups) Powdered Sugar
1/2 Cup chopped pecans (optional)

Melt the butter with the cocoa til well dissolved. Add the buttermilk and vanilla - mix. Add the powdered sugar and keep this on a low burner... just to keep it from setting while you are mixing. By now, your cake should be out of the oven - add the nuts if you want them in the frosting - then pour this over the cake. (The frosting sets up like a homemade MMMMM fudge and holds all the moisture in the cake... will stay moist for days like that.)

OMG - Never baked this for ANYONE that they didn't go ape over it. You can leave out the cinnamon, though just a tad is unrecognizable - just "something" good people can't quite put their finger on. TRY IT.

I'm packing boxes for my move, and just couldn't bear the thought of not being able to find this recipe that I love so much. Hope you enjoy it. AND THANK YOU MOM!