Why haven’t we been told about the historic origins of the Celtic Cross? Once, when asked to research about ancient astrology and how the ancients might have been able to calculate the major planetary positions without modern tools or methods, I suddenly came across Crichton E.M. Miller’s amazing discovery. Miller, a qualified Yachtmaster, describes how he stumbled upon the precious measuring functions of the Celtic Cross when trying to figure out how the pyramids might have been surveyed. What he further discovered changes everything we have been led to believe. As my late master mariner father was highly skilled in using the sextant for ocean navigation, the secret origins of the Celtic Cross, which has been so revered in religion throughout the ages and the reasons for its real functions being hidden for so long, immediately made sense. The real meaning behind the Celtic Cross and why it was so closely guarded and kept secret from others, Crichton claims, was because it was used as a major survival tool in ancient times. This would appear to be the major reason that the Celtic Cross was kept as a sacred symbol.
The other week, whilst doing photo editing, my beloved iMac desktop suddenly showed a line on the monitor. Panicking, I quickly turned to Google search to see what to do. This secret has saved my hard drive from being killed … at least for now. I downloaded the recommended smcFanControl and adjusted the fan speeds which immediately started cooling the iMac and the line never reappeared. If you do this, doublecheck before downloading software that it is the correct version for your iMac as well as arranging for Mac fans to be thorougly cleaned of dust and debris.
A Magi Astrology Associate member shows how shitake mushrooms are affected by planetary alignments.
Do you think humans are similarly affected by astrological alignments?
Psssht! Don’t tell anyone – it’s an international secret with a huge following (search Google with “iHerb Sibu Seabuckthorn oil” and look under the cached site, not the current site, to see 379 international ratings)! It’s true, as have tried this special oil for a couple of months now with great results! Beautiful and healthy skin without any oiliness at minimal cost using small drops at a time. As it is an oil, it’s best kept in the fridge after opening.
This blog is dedicated to my eldest daughter, Tanya, as she has often requested I open up such a blog and share all the knowledge collected over many years. A blog is a great way to do this as all the posts can be easily searched or found listed under categories.
This blog is also dedicated to my youngest daughter, Natalie, and my two wonderful grandchildren, Zora and Hanna, who are on the threshold of springing out into the great wide world and as the blog grows in size, they may find a number of items which turn out to be very helpful in their journeys.
For all the rest of you out there sharing this unique ride on earth through the galaxy, may you also find some gems of knowledge on this blog.
God bless and take care..
Avoca Beach, New South Wales, Australia
“No pessimist ever discovered the secret of the stars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or opened a new doorway for the human spirit.” Helen Keller