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MM Frequency

I was recently on the phone discussing the Magdalene frequency and feminine archetype with a friend... I had come back from a drive and marvelled that I saw a 153 house number in large numerals - 153 being the number of the Magdalene. We talked about the MM and how the zigzag frequency - which is also the sign of Aquarius - is available to all now. I was sitting at Chris' desk while having this conversation and noticed before me a sarong with the vibrational pattern on it covering her computer screen. Everything IS just before us. Literally.

Reason for being, living an authentic life, attaining freedom, knowing Self as Divine, awakening the energy systems including the glands > particularly activating the pineal ~ Humans on Earth are experiencing a grand awakening and it's almost beyond our imaginings what will transpire in consciousness over the next few years. Perhaps we will meet at the nexus point/in Oneness of our starry and earthly origins - including a total understanding of our soul's journey on earth. Flexibility, surrender, clarity, focus and imagination are keys.

The O Manuscript
A trilogy The Seer; The Magdalene and The Grail.
by Lars Muhl

Lars Muhl has included some of the lives of Magdalene and Yeshua and the following is from is book which is available from Amazon.

The Magdal Principle :: IO (before our time) A Venusian being who carried
the Wisdom of Love and the quality of the moon to earth level.
Queen Tiyi
1490 - 1468 BC
older sister of Moses and Aron about 1400 BC
The Queen of Sheba
1020 - 950 BC
Mariam Magdal
1BC - 76 AD Companion of Yeshua The elevated spirit of The Peace of God.
Guinevere about 500AD Brought The Wisdom of the Heart into the Celtic World.
Esclarmonde de Foix 1155 - 1240AD - The Light of the World
Joan of Arc 1412 - 1431 AD Guided by Archangel Michael, Saints Catherine and Margaret.
Noor-un-nisa Inayat Khan 1914 - 1944 AD The Light of Womanhood
Helen Schucman 1909 - 1981 AD Not direct incarnation of Mariam Magdalene yet one of the taught bearers of the Magdal principle. Channel for The Course in Miracles.


The Incarnations of Yeshua the Nazarene

IAO before our time - I AM the Alpha and Omega. The Being of Compassion.
Amilius - the first Adam Atlantis
Adam - created by God and Amilius
Enoch - Not born of woman scribe who was lifted by the seven Elohim
Hermes - The scribe of the Gods
Melchizedek - The King of Justice - King of Salem
Yoasaph - Joseph son of Yacob and Rachel
Yehoshua - Joshua - a leader under Moses
Asaph - Prophet, magus, musician, singer and healer in the court of David
Elisha, El-Isha - Prophet and healer
Zarathustra - about 700BC Persian, Chaldean Prophet
Yeshua - Jesus born 7 BC under a Venus/Mercury Conjunction... The Nazarene, The Initiated One, The Good Shepherd, The First Born and The Oldest One, The Melchizedichian Messiah and The Cosmic Christ.

Magdalene Yeshua
Mariam Magdalene and Yeshua
Melchizedeks - The Law of One

Choosing Eden is a fabulous book by Adrienne Langman

She informs us that oil is not just about fuel - in fact 300,000 products are made from it.

"The idea that the world's oil supply is going to end, and maybe not that far into the future is gaining acceptance. Experts describe it as "peak oil", a time when the production of oil reaches a climax, then goes into a permanent decline. Peak oil had a big effect on Adrienne Langman, the author of "Choosing Eden, the real dirt on the coming energy crisis". She decided to move away from a comfortable existence in the city and away from her family, to a self sustaining lifestyle in the country."

I’ve just finished reading Choosing Eden, which coincides well with the rising oil and fuel prices that are dominating media headlines. The author, Adrienne Langman, tells a compelling tale of how she and her husband learn about the peak oil crisis. As a result they leave their comfortable life in the Eastern suburbs of Sydney to create a more sustainable life in Northern NSW - Nana Glen near Coffs Harbour.

Their dream is to establish a permaculture farm, which they call Eden Forest Permaculture Sanctuary. This is so they won’t be reliant on the rising costs of living associated with increasing oil prices. The story begins with Adrienne and her husband’s first discovery of the peak oil crisis, to selling their Sydney home, buying a farm, and learning about and setting up a permaculture farm on their land. The story is incredibly inspirational because Adrienne and her husband are in their 50s and they leave a well established community of family and friends in Sydney to step into the unknown. If you’re like me – you live in a city but are always dreaming of moving to the country to create a more sustainable lifestyle then this book will make you want to do it even more. Choosing Eden is a really great read and although it was only published last year, I’m already waiting for the follow up book, which I hope Adrienne is writing now.


and a terrifc blog on Peak Oil by Richard Embleton

Blessed Unrest - Paul Hawken A leading environmentalist and social activist's examination of the worldwide movement for social and environmental change

Paul Hawken has spent over a decade researching organizations dedicated to restoring the environment and fostering social justice. From billion-dollar nonprofits to single-person dot.causes, these groups collectively comprise the largest movement on earth, a movement that has no name, leader, or location, and that has gone largely ignored by politicians and the media. Like nature itself, it is organizing from the bottom up, in every city, town, and culture. and is emerging to be an extraordinary and creative expression of people's needs worldwide.

Blessed Unrest explores the diversity of the movement, its brilliant ideas, innovative strategies, and hidden history, which date back many centuries. A culmination of Hawken's many years of leadership in the environmental and social justice fields, it will inspire and delight any and all who despair of the world's fate, and its conclusions will surprise even those within the movement itself. Fundamentally, it is a description of humanity's collective genius, and the unstoppable movement to reimagine our relationship to the environment and one another.

The Serpent of Light
The Movement of the Earth's Kundalini and the Rise of the Female Light, 1949-2013
by Drunvalo Melchizedek

Those of you who are familiar with Drunvalo Melchizedek know that he was sent to this planet with specific missions to fulfill — and one of them was to assist the Great Mother in a transition process that only comes around every thirteen-thousand years. 'The Serpent of Light' is Drunvalo's account of what it has taken to shift the Kundalini of the planet from the White Pyramid of Tibet to its new home high in the mountains of Chile. The movement of this root force will open the space for the female frequency to reign over the next 13,000-year cycle.

Changes of this magnitude do not happen overnight — and the work that goes into bringing them about is a labor of love — love for all life, everywhere. In his efforts to ease the planet through the Great Shift of the Ages, Drunvalo's labors have taken him all over the world. These magical mystery tours involved working on the inner planes, in specific locations, at specific times, to bring about outer changes that are vital to the Earth's activation process, and to all of us as we approach the end of the Mayan Calendar.



I asked a number of avid readers to send me a list of their favourite books and here they are...

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Suzanne Ingleton
Suzanne is a creative and unique writer, performer, director, ritualist, shamanic healer and celebrant.

I’m an avid reader who ends up in bed late a night, too buggered and too tired to read.
So, When I get ILL, I devour books!
My fave books..hmmm hard one.

Fiction to begin with
'Hopeful Monsters', Nicholas Mosley.
Unreal book, it haunts me still. It took me ages to hook into and then WHAM!
Anything by Evelyn Waugh-(This is my younger self talking and below )
Anything by Nancy Mitford.
'Ya Ya Sisterhood'- great book, awful fillum.
But today....crime fiction: Peter Temple and Shane Maloney- I like a laugh.

On the Spirit/Knowledge Spectrum ...
William Irwin Thompson..ANYTHING
-but start with 'The Time Falling Bodies Take to Light'
'The Biography of E=MC2'.. I have become besotted with mathematics.
So therefore:ALSO 'Fermat' s Last Theorem'. Brilliant .

My Personal Bible is
'The Women's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets' by Barbara Walker.

And then the Heavies:
Laurence Gardner-'Bloodline of the Holy Grail','Realm of the Ring Lords' etc etc.
Michael Dames 'Mythic Ireland ' , 'Silbury Treasure'.
I carried Mythic Ireland with me on my journey to Ireland. Its was incredible.

and then, venture into the path of The Red Road...
'Watch for Me on the Mountain' -Forrest Carter, who also wrote
'The Education of Little Tree'.
The former is the story of Geronimo, utterly fantastic, shamanism at its best!
The latter will make you weep. I think they made a movie of it. (They did! PH)

'Breath of the Invisible' best instruction on following the path of the teachings of the Red Road.
If you can find it- 'Hunta Yo' I think that’s the title I cannot remember the author.
The story of the Lakota Sioux.
Heartbreakingly wonderful and you will change your life.

Another life changing book especially for young men:
'The Way of the Peaceful Warrior' by Dan Millman.

'The Towers of Trebizond' by Rose Macaulay.(she's good!)
'Shooting the Boh: A Woman's Voyage Down the Wildest River in Borneo’
by Tracy Johnston - the most horrific travel book ever!
'Mysteries' by Knut Hamsen. Just read it!
The Term of his Natural Life. M Clarke.
Shiveringly good, our history -then go down to Tasmania
- if you can bear it, to see these places.

Gosh I think you’ve asked me to reveal my whole life of books.
There’s so many more!
I’ll stop now.
Do check out Suzanne's website here www.suzanne.com.au

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Marg Kendall, a long-term library worker who as a child was always told, “You’ll grow up to be a Librarian because you like reading” and I did!
My mother tells how I learnt to read at an early age and would read anything, and when I was about 6 or 7 she found me reading They’re a Weird Mob, which she let me finish reading despite her misgivings about the language it contained.
Marg recommends
Colleen McCulloch. Angel Puss.
Amy Tan. Saving fish from drowning.
Phillip Hallie. Lest innocent blood be shed:
the story of the village of Le Chambon and how goodness happened there.
John Marsden. Any and all of The Tomorrow Series
Any and all of The Ellie Chronicles
Sue Grafton. Any and all of The ‘Alphabet’ Series
Kate Mosse. Labyrinth
Alice Sebold. The lovely bones.

Stephanie Dowrick. Forgiveness and other acts of love.
James Gleick. Faster: the acceleration of just about everything.
Kimberley Snow. Keys to The Open Gate - A Woman's Spirituality Sourcebook.
Linda Goodman. Linda Goodman’s sun signs.
Germaine Greer. The whole woman.

Buddhism in particular
Venerable Adrienne Howley. The Naked Buddha
The Naked Buddha speaks.
Vicki Mackenzie. Why Buddhism?
Kimberley Snow. In Buddha’s kitchen.
Bob Sharples. Meditation: calming the mind.
Sara Jenkins. This side of Nirvana.
Geri Larkin. Stumbling towards enlightenment.
Sharon Salzberg. Loving-Kindness: the revolutionary art of happiness.
Sylvia Boorstein. Pay attention, for goddness' sake.
Joseph Goldstein & Jack Kornfield. Seeking the heart of wisdom:
the path of Insight Meditation.

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Wendy Allen – Buddhist, lapsed Christian, Early Intervention Teacher
and loves books about spirituality, and, kids and big people, particularly the survivors.

When Cedar asked me to contribute here about recommending books, she was asking the person
who can still remember her first book from the Mudgee town library some 50 years ago –
“Noddy and Big Ears” and I loved its smell!!
Always have 2-3 books on the go!

Recommended in subject matter (Marg Kendall would be proud of me)
and priority of interest.
Narrowed the 1000s down to Best book 2006 and for some time–
“Last Seen in Lhasa” by Australian journalist, Claire Scobie –
an amazing friendship between a wonderful dread locked,
somewhat ascetic Tibetan Buddhist nun and Claire.

Tibetan Buddhism
“Advice on a Thousand Verses” by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
“The Buddha’s Medicine for the Mind – Cultivating Wisdom and Compassion”
by my current geshe, Geshe Tashi Tsering
“Cave in the Snow” by Vicki McKenzie (lots of underlining)
"Reflections on a Mountain Lake by Tenzin Palma
“The Path to Bliss” and “The Good Heart” by HH Dalai Lama
“Peace is Every Step” by Thich Nhat Hanh
“Why Buddhism” by Vicki McKenzie,
“Benedict’s Dharma” ed. Patrick Henry
“The Words of My Perfect Teacher" by Patrul Rinpoche

“The Christian Agnostic” by Lesley Weatherhead
“Honest to God” by John Robinson
“Into the Whirlwind” by John Shelby Spong
“The Cost of Discipleship” by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
“Everyday Passions – a Conversation on Living” by Rev. Dorothy McRae-McMahon

Inspirational People

“Bridge Across my Sorrows” by Christina Noble
“Oodgeroo” by Kathie Cochrane
“Mosaic" by Dianne Armstrong
“Home is Where the Heart Is” Geraldine Cox
“Affluenza” by Clive Hamilton
“One World” by Peter Singer
Enjoy his catalyst to debate the big issues in all his books.
“Mao’s Last Dancer” Li Cunxin
“Those Tracks on My Face” by Barbara Holborrow
“You Can Call Me Ellie” by Anne McCullagh Rennie
“Tell Me I’m Here” and “Resilience” by Anne Deveson
“Motherless Daughters – the Legacy of Loss” by Hope Edelman

Best novels – from a romantic
"The Golden Journey” by Agnes Sligh Turnbull
(read in one session in primary school
and current hardback found in jumble sale in Maclean N.S.W.),
and recently “Angel Puss” by Colleen McCulloch.
Loved as a kid and still do “Pollyanna” by Elean

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Kim O'Brien has a Kinesiology practice in Sydney.
This booklist has been compiled from the many books her clients have found useful over the years.
They are in no particular order.
Kim is presently a student of Claudio Naranjo's in the SAT School, Brazil.

Feed Your Head

Science and Sanity
Albert Korzybski
The affects of language on the nervous system
Why Maths Is Good for You - hard to find.
An oldie but a goodie.

Character and Neurosis - An Integrative View

Claudio Naranjo
Transformation Through Insight
The Enneagram of Society - Healing the Soul to Heal the World
Claudio is the Master of the Enneagram.
The best Enneagram information bar none.

Neurosis and Human Growth

Karen Horney
She busted Freud.
She inspired Fritz Perlz.
She remade psychoanalysis.
What a woman.

Animals in Translation
Temple Grandin
Autistic author understands how animals experience the world.
Brain science from a unique perspective.
Essential reading for animal lovers.

Brain States
Tom Kenyon
Leading sound therapist, explains his process.
Full of knowledge and insight.
Practical examples and useful exercises.

The Emotional Brain: The Mysterious Underpinnings of Emotional Life

Joseph Ledoux
What are my chemicals doing to me?
It helps to know.

The Quantum Brain: The Search for Freedom and the Next Generation of Man

Jeffrey Satinover
According to the Human Genome Project we use 1 to 3 % of our brain
Satinover tells you what the rest is doing.

The Holographic Universe

Michael Talbot
Most user friendly introduction to quantum physics going.
Early 90's but still relevant.
Read it and watch your world grow.

The Field

Lynne McTaggart
Further adventures in quantum physics.
Get how powerful you really are

The Biology of Belief
Bruce Lipton
Quantum biologist
Autobiographical approach to quantum biology.
In Australia for workshops in 2007

The Flower of Life - Volumes 1 and 2

Drunvalo Melchizedek
Introduction to New Age teachings
Still relevant after all these years.

Molecules of Emotion
Candace B Pert
PhD Scientist explains the science of emotion
through autobiography and experiments.
Another way to understand how you feel.
Try before The Emotional Brain.

The Way of the Superior Man
David Deida
Written for men in straightforward non-technical language.
The most useful book to address the crisis in masculinity.
Woman friendly.

The Hathor Material
Tom Kenyon
Kenyon's seminal work.
Reluctantly channelled.
Theory and benefits of sound therapy.
Great practical exercises.

The Magdalene Manuscript
Tom Kenyon
Kenyon conveys the story of The Magdalene in her own words.
Essential for women, great for men too.
Once again practical exercises of the highest order.
Moves tantra into the future.

A Beginners Guide to Constructing the Universe

Michael S Schneider
Fulbright-Hayes scholar, mathematician and educator.
Schneider brings mathematics down to earth
and into the human.
If you never 'got' maths, this is the book for you.
If you love maths - you'll love it even more.
Essential reading to grow your nervous system.

Essential Spirituality
Roger Walsh MD PhD
Professor of Psychiatry, Philosophy and Anthropology.
Australian author.
Connects the 7 central practices common to all religions.
Full of practical exercises.
A basic primer for spirituality.

Michio Kaku
Renowned physist takes you there.
Are you ready?
User friendly.

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