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Shiprock, New Mexico
'Tse Bi dahi', or the Rock with Wings.  Photo and Article by Martin Gray

Sacred Mountains of the West: Shiprock

Sacred Mountains of the West: Shiprock

    ‘Tse Bi dahi’ The Rock with Wings Photo and Article by Martin Gray Known today most commonly by the name Shiprock, the 1700-foot eroded volcanic plume is sacred to the Navahos as ‘Tse Bi dahi’, or the Rock with Wings. This name comes from an ancient folk myth that tells how the rock



 La Curendara  “Purge me with Hyssop, and I shall be clean; wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.”  -Psalms 51:7 Contact by Mara Friedman Hyssop BY CYNTHIA OLIVERA DE KAPP Hyssopus officinalis, (Lamiaceae) commonly referred to as Hyssop, is a member of the mint family and is native to Southern Europe. Hyssop is

Sedona City Council Disappoints: Smart Meter Meeting

Sedona Watch Dog The crowd was overflowing into the lobby, blocking access to other county departments due to its sheer numbers and latecomers were content with standing outside the building at the chance of witnessing an act of bravery on behalf of our city representatives – to vote for a citywide ban on smart meters.

spring foundational diet

Spring Foundational Diet

Foundational Eating and Cleansing by Reuel Ari   This foundational diet may be of help for anyone dealing with parasites, candida, blood sugar imbalances, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, stress, constipation, over-weight, liver/gallbladder congestion, any degenerative illness like arthritis or gout, convalescing from surgery, a good transitional diet after cleansing or fasting, back problems,

Mid-Winter Meditation

To carry spirit light into world-winter-night My heart is ardently impelled. That shining seeds of soul Take root in grounds of worlds. And Word Divine through senses darkness Resounds, transfiguring all Life.                                                                             – Rudolf Steiner, The Calendar of the Soul