Ursi's Eso Garden
Your Competent Esoteric Guide
Wednesday, 28. February 2007
Available at Amazon:
Goddess Tarot Deck and the Workbook - also The Book of Goddesses
Roswell Celebrates UFO’s 60th
The town of Roswell, New Mexico, celebrates the 60th anniversary of its most famous event - the supposed crash-landing of a UFO in 1947 - with the Amazing Roswell UFO Festival, July 5-8.
Roswell is inviting UFO enthusiasts and skeptics alike to join the four-day event, which will feature guest speakers, authors, live entertainment, family-friendly activities and possibly an alien abduction. The City of Roswell is coordinating the annual festival, which it expects to attract more than 50,000 visitors.
Roswell – The End!
Roswell UFO Crash
News & Stories
Scientists warn that world needs to keep an eye on asteroids
by The Columbus Dispatch.
About twice a year, an asteroid smashes into Earth’s atmosphere with the force of a Hiroshima-size atomic blast. And those are small ones, scientists say; the space rocks vaporize before they can do any harm. When the big one hits, we won’t be as fortunate. Researchers at the recent American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting warned that it is inevitable that an asteroid large enough to crack the atmosphere will hit the planet.
Mysterious creatures living deep under Earth’s surface came from space
Do you believe in the existence of genies living deep under the surface? Director of the UFO center in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Sergey Azadov had never guessed that such genies actually existed before someone gave him a picture of a fiery genie breaking from under the surface. That happened in Uzbekistan when it was still part of the Soviet Union.
Everybody has heard about "The Jesus Tomb".
In this video author Simcha Jacobovici and filmmaker James Cameron talk with TODAY host Meredith Vieira about their new book and Discovery Channel documentary, which challenge basic Christian teachings about the life and death of Jesus of Nazareth.
Israel may open 'Jesus tomb' to public by Jerusalem Post.
Discovery has set up a special web site, to provide related in-depth information and to allow viewers to come to their own conclusions about the entire matter.
And: Jesus Tomb *Official Site* The Lost Tomb of Jesus
Petition to Blair could pardon a ‘witch’ by Paranormal Review.
Prime Minister Tony Blair’s website makes it possible for the British public to express their feelings by posting and signing petitions electronically. The latest subject is Scottish materialisation medium Helen Duncan who was tried and found guilty under the Witchcraft Act (since repealed) – making her technically one of the country’s last “witches”.
My seven spirit guides by Inquirer.
One of my guides, she said, was an old Chinese helper during the Ming Era. “He is a tiny old soul with silver white hair.” Another is “an American doctor who was killed during the war. He had worked in the Far East for some years.” Another is “a beautiful young lady who I suspect is showing herself at a much younger age than her passing.” Another is a young boy, “a lovely, happy soul, always smiling.”
More on: The O’Hare UFO by Capitol Hill Blue.
How could our government not be interested in an unknown, highly technological object hovering over a major airport, as reported by competent airline personnel? What about passenger safety? Or national security? Or just plain scientific curiosity? Unless the FAA and other federal agencies shift gears, this mind-boggling incident at O’Hare will be left to haunt us — until the next time, when something even more alarming could happen.
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Category: News & Stories |
Tuesday, 27. February 2007
Enigma: Something Otherworldly
Let music take you into another world. Into the world of spirit and meditation.
Enjoy the beautiful new age music by Enigma.
The Eyes of Truth
20,000 Miles Over the Sea
Gravity of Love
Return to Innocence
Category: Music & Voices |
PointFinder - The Online Acupressure Guide
Acupressure, acupuncture, and related practices Do-in, G-Jo, Shiatsu, and Myotherapy, practiced in Asia for thousands of years, have only gained wider acceptance in the West in recent times. Traditional Asian medicine emphasizes personal responsibility for one's health. This page is designed to put the relief of common and minor discomforts and symptoms into your own hands.
By learning how to stimulate your own pressure points, you can relieve minor or moderate symptoms, and reduce the need for nonprescription drugs. Unlike most drugs, relief is usually immediate.
We become ill when external or internal events disturb the flow. Along the meridians are a large number of pressure points that act as "valves" for the flow of chi. Stimulating acupoints restores balance, relieving symptoms.
PointFinder - The Online Acupressure Guide
by Kevin T. Boyd, Stanford University School of Medicine.
Check first Directions for Using Acupressure
Category: Body & Health |
Monday, 26. February 2007
Forgiveness: A Path To Healing
It is the same principle to use when we want children to behave in appropriate ways. What you stroke, is what you get. In other words, what you pay attention to expands. A child who misbehaves and gets attention will continue to misbehave. A similar reaction occurs with everyone because as we are criticised we become frightened. The more afraid we are, the more we do the very things for which we are criticised. This is called a 'self-fulfilling prophecy' or the 'Pygmalion Effect.'
For Practical Steps to Self-forgiveness: Read more ...
Ancient Egyptian Religion
For example: The Egyptian Aset - The Roman Isis
While this can be irritating to a mind set on analyzing, it might also point us toward a deeper sense of the inherent divinity of existence, which seems to have been the distinguishing trait of the ancient Egyptian outlook on life.
In the Book of Going Forth By Day, Spell no: 142:4, following can be read, which gives us an idea of the many epitets that Aset was given:
( From T.G. Allen´s translations of the Book of Going Forth By Day)
This is a site about Ancient Egypt; Religion, Deites, Temple life, Priesthood, Rituals and Philosophy: Ancient Egyptian Religion by K.M.Jonsson
Sunday, 25. February 2007
Near Death Experience: The Day I Died
"The Day I Died: The Mind, the Brain, and Near-Death Experiences," produced by the BBC in 2002, is a powerful documentary providing evidence towards the existance of NDE.
The video features in-depth case studies of NDEs interviewed the most outstanding NDE researchers worldwide; including a dramatic veridical (verifiably accurate) out-of-body experience, the most recent research studies, and balanced interpretations of NDE experiences from both skeptical and "believer" perspectives.
IANDS (International Association for Near-Death Studies, Inc.) website with a Viewing Guide (PDF) for "The Day I Died" designed for professionals and others interested in exploring and understanding NDEs.
Category Incarnation & Death.
Saturday, 24. February 2007
Virtual Tour to Machu Picchu
Category: Buildings & Places |
Pagan Kitchen Recipes & Tips
Magick begins in the kitchen. The things we prepare each day for our families and friends are very special and can harbor the energies that we think as we create them.
Claim your role as a Kitchen Priestess, making nourishing magic that will feed you and your family--body, mind, and spirit. The antidote to cultural depression and disconnection can all start in the kitchen! Food for thought, right here.
Tips for a More Magical Kitchen
Friday, 23. February 2007
filmed in Greece by Divine Media Group.
Runtime 19 minutes.
Category: Gods & Goddesses |
Internet Encyclopedias of Philosophy
Three of my all-time favorite philosophers:
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
While of high quality, the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP) is in general more accessible and introductory than the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP). With interaction both are great.
Jewel of Atlantis
Category: Games & Humor |
Thursday, 22. February 2007
Cryptozoology: The Science of Myth
Cryptozoology is the search for animals that are rumored to exist, but for which conclusive proof is missing. This includes the search for living examples of animals that are known to have existed at one time, but are widely considered to be extinct today.
Dr. Bernard Heuvelmans who is considered the father of cryptozoology defines the word cryptozoology as:"... I began to use more and more often the term 'cryptozoology' to define my research. I had derived it from the Greek roots kruptos, meaning 'hidden', zôon, 'animal', and logos,'discourse': in short, 'the science of hidden animals'".
Runtime 16 minutes.
On the internet there are many websites about cryptozoology. So here are some I like.
A good point to start is The Cryptozoologist by Loren Coleman. He is one of the world's leading cryptozoologists. Coleman has written several books and more than a hundred articles on the subject, has appeared frequently on radio and television programs, and has lectured from Idaho to London.
CryptoMundo - Blog of Loren Coleman, Rick Noll, and Craig Woolheater. Includes late breaking news, educational articles, facts, and funnies. A place to enjoy the adventures, treks, theories, and wisdom of some of the most respected leaders in the field of Cryptozoology.
The Cryptid Zoo - A Menagerie of Cryptozoology
A guide to the science of cryptozoology and the creatures it studies, from Bigfoot to the giant vampire bat.
The online resource for cryptozoology, crytids, and other mysterious creatures.
Cryptozoology by Philip R. "Pib" Burns.
A massive collection of cryptozoology related links (most are working).
Wednesday, 21. February 2007
Journey to Other Worlds
Journey to Other Worlds by the Russian Museum of Ethnography.
Shamanism Among the Peoples of Western and Eastern Siberia.
Category: Ethno & Shamanism |