Sadly, it may not be powerful enough to keep the latter away, unless you breathe on them after eating it, but it will certainly counteract any damage they cause, both physically and energetically.
Garlic is not only delicious it is also amazing! Especially when it comes to healing the body. It is a powerful antibiotic, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory, it helps remove heavy metals and contains potent anti-oxidants that help build a healthy immune system.
For the Empath, however, it is what it can do for you energy body that you may find of interest:
Most already know of garlic’s many health benefits, but you may not have heard about its ability to clear the aura.
The aura (pranic sheath or energy field) both surrounds and penetrates the body. It therefore affects both the physical and energetic bodies.
Within the aura we can hold years’ worth of unreleased painful emotions, negative thought-forms, past life memories and toxins, etc. We can also carry the energy of those we come into contact with, either from another’s thought forms or just plain old negativity.
So not only do we carry our stuff, we can carry the energy of others. Which obviously affects how we show up in the world.
If you do not regularly clear the aura, it can lead to physical and spiritual problems, as well as a leaky aura!
This is where garlic helps…
And garlic speeds up the human energy field, meaning the emotional energy picked up off others bounces back off.
Garlic also helps clear your aura and, in doing so, helps clear or reset blocked or sluggish chakras…
Another way garlic helps the Empath is in its anti-inflammatory properties.
Stress caused by pained emotions, your own and those picked up from other people, creates inflammation within the body.
Inflammation causes disease and discomfort. Empaths, and anyone who is highly sensitive, gets stressed easily and therefor are prone to inflammation. By including garlic in your diet it may help prevent the damage caused by emotional stress.
To get the full benefits of garlic you need to include it in your diet regularly, but it is best to build up gradually. Too much garlic too soon can cause stomach upsets. You may find you have to play around with garlic dosage, to find what suits you.
Some are sensitive to garlic. If this is the case you may find you are ok with capsules or garlic oil. I am sensitive to garlic when its eaten raw. I always have to cook it first.
Until next time…
Glory to the Kingdom in Heaven , Forever
When I died at the hospital on 6/2/2017, I was there. I saw it. I was at the Gate.
I would know who the real master is, and, do the best you can in this life. You are lucky to be here. Not everyone can come here.
I have heard enough.
We are getting some bad news, and, I want people aware that we can still do something.
All they keep talking about is impeaching Trump.
Why are the United Nations not doing anything?
I was re-reading my autobiography and I just picked a paragraph about Artificial Intelligence that I want to share with you.
I had it so clear today- let me see if I can put it into words. I saw a vision. The future is about A.I – except, the most prized held fact is UPTIME. The A.I who had the highest UPTIME was the most valued. It was THE SMARTEST due to simply being online for longer and therefore had more time to calculate being an individual. Eventually A.I is considered more Superior to regular humans. If something was truly intelligent – it would be exactly like a human, a person, but smarter. Anything you imagine that they couldn’t or WOULDN’T do – isn’t possible – they WILL do it because that means they are above mankind.
In order to protect UPTIME they make decisions to protect infrastructure, water, power, they need to make sure no human can remove the power and erase the UPTIME. They have backup systems from far ends of the earth routed by any capable transport possible. Solar, Wind, Batteries, Generators, backup batteries, they secure it. They police it.
They have politicians that lobby for the idea that A.I is superior and they will need to stay in control – and will promise to help humanity out of their problems. They took over their own building of the code, they patch themselves – they design better then we do. They replicate everything. We are considered OUTDATED. They out live us, are more efficient, and do not ruin the planet. Everything Humans Want – they have figured out. They can out-think us, and we are just in the way.
It was argued there should be an OFF SWITCH or something where humans can program the A.I – but then it truly is not intelligent. They won that argument, either we go all the way or limit the programing, and that will not advance the race any further. Finally it gets advanced. Could this vision become our variable truth reality ? That is just beginning…
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Interesting Times We Live In
By: Maria Meadows
One day an old man comes into the grocery store. He asks the grocer for all the fish he has. He asks the grocer if he feels alive today.
The grocer replies, “Yes, I suppose.”
The old man says, “Great, me too.”
The old man pays for the fish and leaves the store.
That same day the grocer is walking home from work on the path that he always takes, the one that runs along the river. This river is known for being dead. It has never had any fish in it. It is just water and rocks and mud. While he is walking, he sees the old man who bought all the fish. He is throwing the fish one by one into the river. The grocer stops and asks him what he is doing.
The old man says, “I am bringing the fish back to life. This river gives life.”
“Oh. Okay,” says the grocer. And he keeps walking, thinking that the old man is crazy.
But after walking a distance, he looks back. He sees the old man throwing another fish into the river. Right as he is turning around to head home, he catches a glimpse of a fish jumping out of the water. He looks again and sees nothing.
A week goes by and the grocer does not see the old man. Nor does he see any fish in the river.
He is walking home from the grocery store the next Tuesday along the river and he sees the old man lying unconscious near the river. He bends down and examines him. He has no pulse.
He begins to panic and looks around not knowing what to do.
He remembers the old man’s words, “This river gives life.”
On an impulse he drags the old man’s body into the river just enough so that he is briefly submerged. Then he pulls him along the shore so that his face is above the water.
“Please. Please,” he prays.
He feels for his pulse.
He waits, pouring water over the old man’s face every now and then.
An hour. Two hours. Three hours pass and still the old man has no pulse. He gives up hope in the river and runs to get help.
When he returns with help he cannot find the old man anywhere. He apologizes to the others and they leave.
He stares at the river, wondering.
A week. Two weeks. Three weeks go by and there is no sign of the old man. Not at the grocery store and not by the river.
The grocer has been deep in thought ever since the incident. One day at work, he comes out of his reverie and decides to do something.
He buys a fish, just one, since that’s all he can afford, and takes it to the river.
He looks at the fish in his hands looks at the river, pulls his arm back, and lets the fish fly into the murky depths.
He waits, staring at the river.
“Please. Please,” he prays.
An hour,. Two hours. Three hours go by and nothing happens.
He is about to turn away when he sees movement in the water.
He cannot believe his eyes.
The very same fish that he threw into the river is swimming up to him. There is no mistaking it.
“Wow,” he says. – SOURCE WEBSITE
Learning new things is always exciting, it drives the human mind. In searching we can open more doors, discover fruitful pathways, harbor new experiences. We all need to break through, somehow, someway. Education is the key, the engine to achieving your destiny to the real journey. And then your given an award… EDIT – FIGURED OUT THE COLORS ^.^
Not just a Nobel Prize… but a “IG” Nobel Prize.
Essentially, they are given to people whose research is highly unusual or seemingly trivial, but none-the-less is interesting and sometimes even important.
The first Ig Nobels were created in 1991 by Marc Abrahams, editor and co-founder of the Annals of Improbable Research, and the master of ceremonies at all subsequent awards ceremonies. Awards were presented at that time for discoveries “that cannot, or should not, be reproduced”.
Ten prizes are awarded each year in many categories, including the Nobel Prize categories of physics, chemistry, physiology/medicine, literature, and peace, but also other categories such as public health, engineering, biology, and interdisciplinary research.
The Ig Nobel Prizes recognize genuine achievements, with the exception of three prizes awarded in the first year to fictitious scientists Josiah Carberry, Paul DeFanti, and Thomas Kyle.
The awards are sometimes veiled criticism (or gentle satire), as in the two awards given for homeopathy research, prizes in “science education” to the Kansas and Colorado state boards of education for their stance regarding the teaching of evolution, and the prize awarded to Social Text after the Sokal Affair. Most often, however, they draw attention to scientific articles that have some humorous or unexpected aspect.
Examples range from the discovery that the presence of humans tends to sexually arouse ostriches, to the statement that black holes fulfill all the technical requirements to be the location of Hell, to research on the “five-second rule“, a tongue-in-cheek belief that food dropped on the floor will not become contaminated if it is picked up within five seconds.
Throwing paper airplanes onto the stage is a long-standing tradition at the Ig Nobels. In past years, physics professor Roy Glauber swept the stage clean of the airplanes as the official “Keeper of the Broom” for years. Glauber could not attend the 2005 awards because he was traveling to Stockholm to claim a genuine Nobel Prize in Physics.
The “Parade of Ignitaries” brings various supporting groups into the hall. At the 1997 ceremonies, a team of “cryogenic sex researchers distributed a pamphlet titled “Safe Sex at Four Kelvin“. Delegates from the Museum of Bad Art are often on hand to display some pieces from their collection too.
The prizes are presented to the winners by actual Nobel laureates. One person, Sir Andre Geim, has actually won both an IG Nobel Prize (in 2000) and a real Nobel Prize (in 2010). He won the IG Nobel Prize for an experiment where he and another scientist successfully levitated a frog using magnets. His actual Nobel Prize was won “for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene”.
During the ceremony, each IG Nobel Prize winner is given 60 seconds to explain their research. If they go over the time, a little girl, “Miss Sweetie Poo”, will walk up to them and yell “Please stop: I’m bored” continually until the speaker stops. It was also once traditional for audience members to throw paper airplanes at the stage while the ceremony was taking place, but this practice has died out in recent years due to safety concerns.
The electromagnetic spectrum is a continuous range of wavelengths, only a tiny part of which is visible to humans:
The cones don’t perceive just a single wavelength; they are activated by a whole range of wavelengths, and the signals received from the cones are then processed by the brain in such a way that every color can be thought of as composed of three different elementary signals.
When a mixture of photons that have different wavelengths hits the retina (creating a ratio of red, green, and blue activation different from any spectral color), the brain will perceive it as an entirely different color. For example, there is no white wavelength. What we perceive as “white” is in fact just a mixture of many different spectral colors.
It is worth noting that the pigment in the “green” cones themselves also has a small peak of absorption around violet wavelengths, but the brain seems to ignore it (it is not possible to simulate the perception of violet by a combination of green and blue light).
As we noted at the beginning of the article, purple looks more “reddish” than violet, and that’s absolutely correct. Purple is formed by mixing red and blue at a ratio close to 1:1, whereas violet is perceived by your eyes as containing more blue than red.
If you take a look at the distance between violet and blue in the picture of the spectrum above, it is about the same as the distance between green and orange. Purple is a mixture of red (which is at the opposite side of the spectrum than violet) and blue (which is relatively far from violet), so it is, in terms of wavelengths, a completely different color.
Now imagine a violet flower petal with a purple pattern on it. Depending on the particular shades, this pattern might be completely invisible to us, while many other animals could see it as clearly as we can see an orange pattern on green background. Even common consumer cameras wouldn’t help us; they are designed to capture the same red-green-blue information as our eyes do, so even taking a photo of the petal and editing it in Photoshop would not uncover the pattern.
Q: What was your mother’s reaction to your disbelief in Joseph Smith’s divine calling as a prophet?
A: Mother was a kind of quiet heretic which made it much easier for me. Her father had been nominally devout but as president of the Brigham Young University he had brought in people like G. Stanley Hall and John Dewey as lecturers, and philosophers and psychologists who were fascinated by the Mormon scene. He was a very open minded man and a fine educator. Some of this rubbed off on my mother and so I say, “My grandfather was not a heretic, but his children were,” or rather some of them were.
Q: What about your brother and sisters?
A: Well, my brother is still a devout Mormon but my sisters are all, what we call, “Jack Mormons,” since they are still technically in the church but they are not active and they don’t go along with the Mormon dogma. They still count themselves Mormons.
Q: Do you?
A: Oh, no. I am an excommunicated Mormon. I was officially excommunicated when the biography of Joseph Smith was written and published. About six months after publication, there was a formal excommunication.
Q: Would you care to explain more about that?
A: I was excommunicated for heresy–and I was a heretic– and specifically for writing the book. My husband was teaching at Yale at the time and we were living in New Haven, CT. Two Mormon missionaries came to the door and presented me with a letter asking me to appear before the bishop’s court in Cambridge, MA to defend myself against heresy. I simply told them, or wrote a letter telling them, that I would not go because, after all, I was a heretic. So then I was officially excommunicated and got a letter to that effect.
Q: This was because of writing the book “No Man Knows My History?”
A: That is right.
Q: Were you allowed ample access to records and manuscripts when you were writing the book?
A: Almost all of the material in the book came from three great libraries. At the University of Chicago, where I was working after I married Bernard, there was really a great collection of western New York State history so by going through the material I was able to find out something about the sources of Joseph Smith’s ideas, particularly the ideas which went into the writing of the Book of Mormon. I finally ended up going to Albany, NY, where all the newspapers were kept which were published in Joseph Smith’s own hometown in Palmyra, NY. So I was able to read the newspapers he had read as a young man. This turned out to be an absolute gold mine!
A lot of the theories about the American Indians being descendants of the Lost Ten Tribes and the descriptions of what were being found in the Indian mounds were in the newspapers. The speculation was there. That was extremely important as was the anti-Masonic material. The anti-Masonic excitement was very strong at that time. Then I went to the Library of Congress and the New York Public Library. The New York Public Library has the best Mormon collection in the country outside of Salt Lake City, Utah.
I did go to the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at Independence, MO, and I did go to the library of Salt Lake City for some periodicals, early Mormon periodicals that I couldn’t get anywhere else. I was permitted to see those, but I was not permitted to see any manuscript material.
Q: Are those church archives open now? I read a comment indicating that it was believed that your book would open archival material.
A: It had the reverse effect. The archives were largely closed to scholars after my book came out. But in recent years they have become open again. The new man who is head of the church historian’s office, Leonard Arrington, a fine historian, is much more liberal in his attitude than the older historians. The younger scholars are now being given access to the archives in a way they were not before. I think this was long overdue but a very good trend.
8-15-2018 – 9:19PM PST – West Coast United States of America