Easter Weekend & the Return of the Great Mother Newsletter 2014

Easter Weekend & the Return of the Great Mother Newsletter 2014

easterJane Sherry & Curtis Lang
Something Divine seeks to restore equilibrium between humanity and the natural environment. Something Divine seeks to bring peace to the warring classes of humanity. Something so sacred, so subtle, yet so powerful that in its global balancing act it is both disruptive & healing at the same time. This subtle energy is the energy of rebirth, the prelude to the restoration of the Dominion of the Divine Lovers -- it is the Sacred Emergence of the Divine Feminine.

Anti-Radiation Salad Medley or Seaweed & Green Salad

cancer - tools for healingJane Sherry
Why not build up your immune system, eat delicious food & escort potential radiation exposure out of your system at the same time! Try this easy way to eat your seaweed & your greens too! Just add a cup of nettles & red clover tea with this meal & you'll double your benefits in protecting your health after exposure to radiation or to prepare your immune system for whatever the future may hold.

Healing the World-Japan Earth Talisman

energy medicineJane Sherry
Use this free talisman as a tool to focus your affirmations & love of our Mother Earth. Send healing energy to the etheric tear above Japan and healing energy to all of Japan.

Stocking Your Cupboard in the Nuclear Age

cancer - tools for healingJane Sherry
We are charged with the Soul task of being good stewards for the earth & for ourselves & one another. Here are some things you can do to prepare for living on our Mother Earth in the nuclear age.

Jane's Lammas 2022 Garden Report- We Honor Our Mother and Her Harvest

cross-quarter-daysJane Sherry
Mother, today we celebrate the unity of the human family. Mother, we ask your forgiveness, for our destructive ways. Mother,we seek today to learn to forgive one another. Help us, Mother, to learn to love you as the old ones loved you, so that we may heal ourselves and our environment.

Jane's Ice Storm Winter New Years 2009 Garden Report

environmental crisis/solutionsJane Sherry
Curtis made a funny face when I said I would use the word susurrus to describe the sound of that night, the night of the Ice Storm. It was his "slithering snakes on the roof"- susurrus.