The Circle of Light

The following information is from the YouTube page of Martin Samson, published Nov 15, 2015…

The Circle of Light, by Martin Samson

The Circle of Light has arisen out of many people asking what they can do in the face of the looming events of a world war. This is a call to every one that I know in my Pagan, Druid, WICCA, Christian, Anthroposophical, Theosophical, Rosicrucian, Buddhist, Islamic, Shamanic, Indigenous, Atheistic, Secular, Humanist, Scientific and whatever other philosophy or code you live by, to unite in creating new inspiring collective thought-feeling forms to help all of us be more Humane in peace, love, care, tenderness and collaboration to care for the earth and all her inhabitants. It is a call to replace the need for War with Love. Continue reading “The Circle of Light”

Auric Bleeding and Maintenance By Mohsen Paul Sarfarazi, Ph.D.

The Human Physiology and Energetic System


The effect of opposing energy fields such as alternating currents and microwaves creating ‘reverse bio-polarity,’ causing auric micro-fracture layers and auric bleeding is briefly discussed. Many other factors that generate ‘short circuitry’ and the consequent auric bleeding are pin-pointed. While the discussion of such issues as long-distance air travel, overstay in power nodes, emotional stress resulting from negative attitudes, ego imbalance, and interpersonal conflict are postponed to publication in companion papers, recommendations are made as to avoid auric bleeding via proper energetic maintenance. The use of combination of gems and noble metals for shielding the aura and preventing auric bleeding is briefly discussed.


  • Most humans do not as yet recognize the priority relevance that the upkeep of the human electromagnetic field necessitates.
  • Most erroneously consider it to be an auto-regulated energy field that self-adjusts.auric bleeding 2
  • Many who accept the existence of the Human Electromagnetic Field understand little about how to…

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Autism, Paganism, Psychic Ability & the Paranormal ~ Updated


I wrote the original version of this article (based on some of my previous writings here, “tweaked” and improved a little, with some new content added) for the April 2009 Axis Mundi eNewsletter for “Autism Awareness Month”, after which it also appeared in the May 2009 edition of The Cosmic Cauldron Newsletter (no longer published). It was written at that time with an emphasis on paganism, rather than the paranormal. Naturally I also posted it here on my blog, titled Autism, Psychic Abilities, the Paranormal and Paganism …is there a connection? In June 2010 that blog post was linked to by U.S. online radio station Coast to Coast AM, when they interviewed author William Stillman about Continue reading “Autism, Paganism, Psychic Ability & the Paranormal ~ Updated”

Dowsing Rods

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I was asked to make some dowsing rods for the Space Clearing Workshop being held at Wollongong tomorrow, so I’ve been busy at my kitchen table dowsing rod workbench for the last few days bending copper rods and adding the beads,  testing them to make sure they work smoothly, then packaging my beautiful creations. No two sets are the same and each one is a work of art …they’re my ‘babies’ and tonight I parted with them in the hope that at least some of them will be sold tomorrow and go to new homes. 😀 Continue reading “Dowsing Rods”

New Reality Transmission

I was told this morning about an interesting project and event called New Reality Transmission (thanks Gabriel :-)) which is facilitated by…

…a fulltime international team of physicists and mathematicians. Our mission is to finalize an historic discovery of how gravity, electromagnetism, the nuclear forces, space and consciousness are part of the same unified field… a realm of information, where consciousness literally interacts with geometry at the quantum scale to create everything that we define as reality. Continue reading “New Reality Transmission”

Colours of the Week

Ever since I was a child I’ve seen the days of the weeks as colours in my mind. I see them as if they are a strip of printed titles at the top of a calendar page, seen at a slight angle and floating in a dark brown/black void with the names repeating and disappearing off into the distance.  Each name is printed in bold type (and now with my familiarity with different fonts I realise I’ve been seeing them in Arial or Helvetica all my life, LOL) usually with the day name printed in the colour, or some with the name in white with the background coloured instead. I’ve never thought anything of it as that’s just the way its always been. I have no idea why I associate particular colours (or shapes) with each day, but here’s how I see them…

Sunday is pale pink (with a pink lace background).
Monday is white.
Tuesday is orange (with an orange coloured lemon-shaped (like the fruit) object under the word).
Wednesday is apple green.
Thursday is pale silvery grey.
Friday is a very dark purple (with a purple lace background, gathered at the top like a lace cravat or collar ruffle of ye olden days).
Saturday is dark navy blue (almost black).

Um… yes, I know …its a bit weird, LOL.

Some time ago, while Googling yet again for info about Asperger’s Syndrome,  I came across a description of a condition called synaesthesia, “which is a perceptual condition of mixed sensations: a stimulus in one sensory modality (e.g., hearing) involuntarily elicits a sensation/experience in another modality (e.g. vision). Likewise, perception of a form (e.g., a letter) may induce an unusual perception in the same modality (e.g. a color)”. More detailed info can be found here.

It is interesting to note that there is a link with autism, as synaesthesia and autism occur together more often than chance predicts.

I decided to do an online test to see if my weekday/colour thing is really classed as synaesthesia. From my test results below, its looks like I am definitely a synaesthete, at least with regard to days of the week. There are a lot of other types of synaesthesia which I do not consciously experience so I didn’t do the tests for any of those.

synaesthesiaA standardized test battery for the study of synesthesia (pdf file)

While doing the test I found I felt distinctly uncomfortable in my solar plexis area about the “look” of the day name until I got the colour right, or as close as I could to what felt right. I had the most trouble with “Wednesday” as the green seemed harder to pick than any of the other colours.

Witchcraft & Colour Correspondences

All this got me wondering about the origins of the colour correspondences commonly used within witchcraft & paganism. Why are particular colours associated with planets, days of the week, and different attributes such as money, healing, banishing etc. How did all these associations originate and was synaesthesia involved in the selection process? Something to ponder perhaps. 🙂

Just out of curiosity I decided to compare my weekday colour choices with some of the correspondences commonly used. I found a lot of different sources, both online and from my books, for colours associated with the planets, which are in turn associated with the days of the week. There seems to be a great range of colours for some of the days of the week, and a general consensus on only a couple of colours for others. Hmm… it all comes down to people’s individual perceptions of course (synaesthetic or not), but interesting none the less. I managed to come up with matches for 5 out of the 7 days.


So does this mean I was tapping into the collective unconscious or some other great unknown source of cosmic correspondences when I was just a child and first discovering that days had colours? A bit far fetched perhaps …who knows? Does my little exercise prove anything? …no, not really. But I had fun wasting a morning while writing and discovering stuff. I’d better get back to some real work now, LOL. 😀

Edit: (a few hours later…) This is really wonderfully intriguing stuff! 😀
It seems I have other family members with synaesthesia …I just asked my kids a few questions! Continue reading “Colours of the Week”

The Horse Boy

I found this story especially interesting as it brings together two of my interests: autism and shamanism…

In late 2004, Rupert Isaacson, a human rights activist, brought a delegation of African bushmen from Botswana to the United Nations. Among the men were traditional healers, who offered to work with Isaacson’s autistic son Rowan.

Isaacson says he was skeptical, but he had experience with the bushmen and allowed the healers to lay their hands on his son.

“I was kind of flabbergasted at Rowan’s response. For about four days while they were with him, he started to lose some of his symptoms. He started to point, which was a milestone he hadn’t achieved,” Isaacson said.

When the tribal healers left, Rowan regressed.

Isaacson says he couldn’t help but wonder what would happen if he were to give Rowan a longer exposure to the two things that he seemed to have responded well to: horses and shamans.

Read more here (and see photos and a video)…

A link to the article quoted from above was posted recently on an autism forum, but at the time I quickly glossed over it and only saw the horse part, not the bit about the shamans. Then this morning a friend sent me a link to last night’s ABC Radio National interview with this boy’s father, which put a lot of emphasis on the shamanism aspect of the story, so I thought I should take more notice of it. 🙂 You can go to Late Night Live to download the interview as an mp3 file. It’s definitely worth listening to.

Rupert Isaacson – author and journalist; human rights campaigner; former horse trainer – has also written a book called, The Horse Boy: a father’s quest to heal his son (Text Publishing, 2009).

And there’s also the film, The Horse Boy (formerly titled Over the Hills and Far Away).

At the foot of the mountain, a small boy sits wriggling in his father’s arms, giggling at the strange figure dancing before him. Wearing a deer-skin coat hung with ribbons, pieces of antler, arcane symbols forged in iron, on his head a masked, feathered headdress, the shaman dances to the rhythm of his own drum, chanting and intoning; lost in trance. All of a sudden, he sits down and beckons for the boy to be passed to him. Still laughing, but also nervous, the small boy is put under the drum, the thundering rhythm loud in his ears. Father and mother look on worriedly: will this be too much for their child? Read more here…

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