How to tell your English county council not to fluoridate your drinking water

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By Ishtar Babilu Dingir

Most people who know anything about health assumed that the case against sodium fluoride in drinking water had been won decades ago. So quite incredibly, it’s raising its head again in the form of a myopic and narrowly-premised report by Public Health England, an executive agency of the Department of Health which was established a year ago. Continue reading

If your juicing detox feels like it’s poisoning you, that’s because it probably is….

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With Easter now over, and with it no more excuses to stuff ourselves with chocolate and hot cross buns, this article is very timely. If nothing else, we won’t have to feel guilty anymore about not doing enough juice detoxes!

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I can’t tell you how many people have told me that a “detox” protocol made them feel extremely ill. They take detox supplements, pills or tinctures, and within a few hours they suffer dizziness, diarrhea, chills, outbreaks or even vomiting. These symptoms range from mild to severe, depending on the person and what they’ve taken. Such is the legacy of what I’m calling “extreme detox supplements” that seem to be designed to cause as much suffering as possible while framing it all as a “healing crisis.” Continue reading

The Healing Song of the Sea Shell

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By Ishtar Babilu Dingir

We all love to collect sea-shells on the sea-shore, and take them home to add to our collections. But there is so much more to the sea-shell than just mere decoration, beautiful though they are. Sound healer and synesthete Colin Kingshott can hear the sea-shells sing, albeit at a frequency that most of us are not aware of, consciously. Not only that, but Colin has found by examining the fossil records that shells, in the form of ammonites, appear to uniformly change their shape, at different stratas, in line with the changing of World Ages. Continue reading

The Healing of Serpents at Easter

 

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By Ishtar Babilu Dingir

The original, pre-Christian name for Easter was Oestre, named after the goddess of the Spring Equinox, when painted eggs would be left as offerings to her in her serpent form, at her shrines. Oestre’s festival of healing and regeneration was always on the first full moon after the Spring Equinox.

The Christian church, more interested in solar iconography than lunar, adapted this date to the first Sunday after the first full moon after the Spring Equinox.

It was the Christian church that also, unfortunately, demonised the wise serpent in order to establish its own more solar religion, and in doing so, the root of the cognitive framework for mind-body-spirit healing vanished from our stories that we pass down over generations, and thus from our collective consensual consciousness.

In recent years, though, there has been a resurgence in the practice of spiritual healing. This, despite more scientifically-inclined medicos insisting that it must be some kind of ‘woo woo’ which can’t really work. They think it couldn’t possibly work because the rationale for why it should work has been lost. Modern Western material science has given orthodox medicine a framework from which they cannot stray to find out what is possible, and it doesn’t recognise anything which falls outside of that purview.

So to give a rationale for spiritual healing, we need to go back before the days of Western science to find the older shamanic science which is at its root, to examine the cognitive framework upon which it was built, and that’s what this article will be about.  Continue reading

Flowers and trees sing to us silently – all they ask in return is for us to sing to them

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The above title is taken from something Australian aborgines say, according to Marlo Morgan in her book about “Dreamtime”, Mutant Message Down Under. This comes from their shamanically derived understanding that all matter is just frozen sound, or vibration.

The flowers only seem to be singing silently because the notes are at a frequency humans can’t normally hear – in the same way that we can’t hear dog whistles. If a human can hear the songs of the flowers, they are known as a synthesete. Colin Kingshott is such a person who with his company Florachology, produces various healing solutions via the songs of flowers and sea shells which he can hear, and record. Continue reading

Hear the Song of the Daffodil – helpful for those with dementia

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Colin Kingshott and his company, Florachology, are at the cutting edge of our burgeoning understanding about how sound heals, and we at The Therapy Book are proud to be in association with him. Colin has been researching the songs of the flowers for decades, to find out how Nature uses sound resonance and vibration to heal on a multitude of levels, and we’re pleased to produce this new video for him, the Song of Daffodil. Continue reading

The people of Britain are all that stands against our green and pleasant land being sold out

 

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Many in this country are waking up to just how much drilling for shale gas will destroy us as a nation.

Those who truly love and care about this country are turning out in droves to protect the land, despite facing false arrest and extreme violence by an increasingly thuggish and lawless police which acts more more like a fascist private militia. Continue reading