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Ancient Civilization Sumeria

  Cuneiform is a logo-syllabic script that was used to write several languages of the Ancient Near East. The script was in active use from the early Bronze Age until the beginning of the Common Era. It is named for the characteristic wedge-shaped impressions which form its signs. Created: around 3200 BC - 200 A.D. Languages: Sumerian, Akkadian, Eblaite , Elamite, Hittite, Hurrian, Luwian, Urartian, Palaic Parent systems: ( Proto-writing ): Cuneiform Direction: left-to-right    Wikipedia Theo and I decided to look at ancient civilizations to find out what their creation stories are, why do many indigenous people claim their ancestors come from the stars? Why do we have these awesome mythologies from different cultures? Where do the stories come from?  We decided to start with Sumeria. I have read, Lost Book of Enki, Zacharia Stitchen  This book speaks of ancient civilizations, about how the Beings from Nibiru needed gold to help stabilize their atmosphere. These ancient beings found go

Root Chakra

I am an energy worker, when I do readings, I look at your chakra system to see where there are blockages, cording or energy leaks and start working on them while we do the reading. I will sometimes stop the reading and ask you to take a deep breath as I do the energy work. If there is an imbalance I will let you know and give you homework to do if needed.  I will also let you know if you need more sessions to clear whatever is going on energetically to achieve  your goals.  I am a reiki master teacher and have been practicing for about 25 years. What is a chakra and the Chakra system? Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning spinning wheel. Sanskrit is the ancient vedic language used in India. The term chakra was described in vedic scriptures thousands of years ago. The Vedas described the chakras were connected by nadia (rivers) which allowed the prone (life force) to flow through our bodies. If you have ever done my chakra meditation you will hear me say take a deep breath and foll

Floriography - Iris & Stargazer Lily

  The Floriography craze was introduced to Europe by two people: Englishwoman Mary Wortley Montagu (1689–1762), who brought it to England in 1717, and Aubry de La Mottraye (1674–1743), who introduced it to the Swedish court in 1727. During the Victorian era and earlier bouquets were sent with specific flowers to send messages to the receivers. Specifically lovers - they    could not speak to each other privily so to express their love, flowers were sent back and forth. You could also send flowers to congratulate births, anniversaries, celebrating achievements and the wedding bouquet.   A wedding bouquet is considered to bring happiness and satisfaction in marriage, while the ribbon with which the bouquet is tied symbolizes fellowship. A tradition of wearing decorations (usually made of the same flowers) on a groom's lapel first appeared in the Middle Ages. Floriography is the language of flowers.   Let’s learn the language of flowers so we can also understand why we appreciate an