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Gaia Oracle

Author : Toni Carmine Salerno
ISBN : 0980398371
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Far back in time, light from the underlying fabric of creation burst forth creating the super-luminous event through which our Universe was born. Time began its endless journey through ever-expanding space. The early universe was simply a sea of particles floating through space and time. But life's invisible wheels were already in motion and over time the sea of particles became a sea of stars from which Gaia, our Earth, was born - a living, breathing entity - our Goddess, our Mother and our reflection. The Gaia Oracle, a beautiful new oracle set from bestselling artist Toni Carmine Salerno, consists of 45 richly illustrated cards designed to point you in love's direction and help you find the answers you seek.
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Seasons Of The Sacred Earth

Author : Cliff Seruntine
ISBN : 9780738735535
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Cliff Seruntine describes his family's adventures living on a secluded homestead in Nova Scotia.
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The Sacred Earth

Author : Brian Molyneaux
ISBN : 0705430413
Genre : Earth
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The Sacred Tree

Author : Carole M. Cusack
ISBN : 9781443830317
Genre : Religion
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The fundamental nature of the tree as a symbol for many communities reflects the historical reality that human beings have always interacted with and depended upon trees for their survival. Trees provided one of the earliest forms of shelter, along with caves, and the bounty of trees, nuts, fruits, and berries, gave sustenance to gatherer-hunter populations. This study has concentrated on the tree as sacred and significant for a particular group of societies, living in the ancient and medieval eras in the geographical confines of Europe, and sharing a common Indo-European inheritance, but sacred trees are found throughout the world, in vastly different cultures and historical periods. Sacred trees feature in the religious frameworks of the Ghanaian Akan, Arctic Altaic shamanic communities, and in China and Japan. The power of the sacred tree as a symbol is derived from the fact that trees function as homologues of both human beings and of the cosmos. This study concentrates the tree as axis mundi (hub or centre of the world) and the tree as imago mundi (picture of the world). The Greeks and Romans in the ancient world, and the Irish, Anglo-Saxons, continental Germans and Scandinavians in the medieval world, all understood the power of the tree, and its derivative the pillar, as markers of the centre. Sacred trees and pillars dotted their landscapes, and the territory around them derived its meaning from their presence. Unfamiliar or even hostile lands could be tamed and made meaningful by the erection of a monument that replicated the sacred centre. Such monuments also linked with boundaries, and by extension with law and order, custom and tradition. The sacred tree and pillar as centre symbolized the stability of the cosmos and of society. When the Pagan peoples of Europe adopted Christianity, the sacred trees and pillars, visible signs of the presence of the gods in the landscape, were popular targets for axe-wielding saints and missionaries who desired to force the conversion of the landscape as well as the people. Yet Christianity had its own tree monument, the cross on which Jesus Christ was crucified, and which came to signify resurrected life and the conquest of eternal death for the devout. As European Pagans were converted to Christianity, their tree and pillar monuments were changed into Christian forms; the great standing crosses of Anglo-Saxon northern England played many of the same roles as Pagan sacred trees and pillars. Irish and Anglo-Saxons Christians often combined the image of the Tree of Life from the Garden of Eden with Christ on the cross, to produce a Christian version of the tree as imago mundi.
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Sacred Warriors Of The Earth

Author : Grace Simona
ISBN : 1691634565
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We are indeed honored to be able to share with you the messages and wisdom of our Tree People whom we call "The Sacred Warriors of the Earth". Our Tree People do speak and always have. We the people, must merely relearn how to hear them. We have been speaking with them for quite some time and have worked with them extensively in the creation of their book "Sacred Warriors of the Earth" from which this deck was created. What we can learn from these Sacred Warriors is truly endless. These Sacred Warriors give so much of themselves and truly desire to once again be recognized. This was truly a labor of love, on behalf of those we love. This 45 card Oracle deck will take you on a wondrous journey through the lands of the Tree People where their seeds of knowledge can be cultivated into a new understanding of yourself, this world and All those you share it with. Oracle Cards can be purchased @https://www.makeplayingcards.com/sell/sacred-warriors-of-the-earth
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Sacred Earth Journal

Author : Toni Carmine Salerno
ISBN : 0738766186
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 68.19 MB
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Plant the seeds of your future creations with this deluxe paperback journal. With premium quality, cream-colored, wood-free paper and a combination of lined and unlined pages, this journal is designed to be a sacred space for all facets of your self-expression. 44 full-page color art reproductions are interspersed throughout the journal for additional inspiration. Deluxe paperback journal measure 7 x 91⁄4 with 220 pages.
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