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Our Mid- Summer issue 2015 includes * Beholding the Divine Feminine ~ Darshan with Mother Meera. By Irena Joannides. * 888 & the Lion’s Gate ~ the number of Paradise regained. By Joylina. * Personality Traits & Clashes ~ what the Tarot says. By Elizabeth Francis. * Crystalline Magic ~ the light of the stars, sun and moon flow to you. The Elohim through Jhadten Jewall * Being a Multi-dimensional Being ~ building a cosmic bridge between realities. Aluna Joy Yaxk’in and the Star Elders * Indigo Children ~ they have brought and army of guiding forces. Joseph through Michael G Reccia. * Opening the 7 Seals of Consciousness. Archangel Michael through Ronna Herman. * Transcending Space and Time ~ things will still appear solid in the fifth dimension. The Hathors through Tom Kenyon. * One Love ~ what Bob Marley meant. By Aurora Clawson. * Creating Joy ~ know joy intimately. Through Isis Beloved. * Accessing the field of possibilities ~ place your attention on the Power and Light within. By Marcie Alder. * Spirit Writer ~ writing the books for Emily Bronte. By Morwenna J Holman * Reflexology Made Easy ~ a few strokes on the hands will relieve lower abdominal tension. By Ewald Kliegel * Gluten Intolerance ~ leaky gut syndrome is often a result of wheat intolerance. By Jill Davies

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