PASSOVER begins on April 6, 2012 – a time of Celebration!

History of Passover The primary observances of Passover are related to the Exodus from Egypt after 400 years of slavery. Perhaps the best known of the Jewish holidays, the splendid festival known as Passover has a rich and fascinating history. Passover in 2012 will start on Friday, the 06th of April and will continue for 7 days until Monday, the 14th of April. Note that in the Jewish calander, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day, so observing Jews … [Read more...]

OLD EGYPT AND ANCIENT MEMORIES – Shirlee Hall + UP-DATES

LOCAL UPDATES:   October 2nd,Sunday, 1pm, Naperville, Circle of Light advanced class October 21st, Friday 7pm, Downers Grove, Sacred Breath Workshop OLD EGYPT AND ANCIENT MEMORIES     There are many of us who clearly remember scenes from our past incarnations. I frequently offer Egyptian workshops that deliberately arouse the art of remembering for not only ancient Egyptian life but also pre-history and subsequent periods that have … [Read more...]

Debbie Keil-Leavitt – 'Leo and the Egyptian Zodiac'

  Leo and the Egyptian Zodiac   When we look for the essence of the sign Leo, a powerful place of origin is rather obvious: ancient Egypt, with its famous Great Lion, the Sphinx of Giza.    ________________________________________   Since the Great Lion is facing East, there is a high likelihood that it was waiting for the day that a specific star would rise before the sun, quite possibly the brilliant “Heart of the Lion,” Regulus. While the head of the Sphinx has been re-carved over the … [Read more...]

Debbie Keil-Leavitt – ‘Leo and the Egyptian Zodiac’

  Leo and the Egyptian Zodiac   When we look for the essence of the sign Leo, a powerful place of origin is rather obvious: ancient Egypt, with its famous Great Lion, the Sphinx of Giza.    ________________________________________   Since the Great Lion is facing East, there is a high likelihood that it was waiting for the day that a specific star would rise before the sun, quite possibly the brilliant “Heart of the Lion,” Regulus. While the head of the Sphinx has been re-carved over the … [Read more...]

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