Posts Tagged ‘Jewish’
Possibly no other spiritual or religious icon in our culture is as misunderstood as the pentacle, or five-pointed star. Many people automatically believe the pentacle is connected to some form of darkness, evil or satanic worship. This could not be further from the truth.
Along with its powerful symbolism in Wicca and other pagan traditions, the pentacle also has roots in Christian and Jewish mysticism, as well as Native American religion.
Over the centuries the symbol has taken on many meanings. Its most lasting symbolism, however, is that of the five classical elements: Earth, Fire, Air, and Water, with Spirit at its head. Read the rest of this entry »
Wonderful scientists, such as Dean Radin, are working tirelessly to provide scientific substantiation of psychic ability. I am convinced that we will also receive scientific proof of life after death and mediumship in the 21st century.
This afternoon, I was reading The Divine Matrix by Greg Braden, because I am fascinated with quantum physics. Braden tells the story of a man named Joey who had not communicated with his father since the age of 19, due to a disagreement about the family’s traditional Jewish beliefs. Shortly after Joey’s father passed to the spirit world, an incredible occurrence proved that he continued to exist. Here is an extract from the story: Read the rest of this entry »