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Vanadinite Magnetite: Halloween Crystal Therapy


Are you a compulsive worrier? Do you overthink everything? Then Vanadinite crystal is for you… This stone will help to calm you and stop the internal chatter that goes on whenever you are quiet. Ruminating about situations that you have little control over can be a waste of energy and very tiring, let the crystal harmonise your thoughts and bring peace to your mind.

Self Belief

Equally, if you keep starting projects but never get to an end, then this crystal can help. It assists by bringing out your self-belief and inner-wisdom, allowing you to find the right dream to pursue, giving you the motivation and energy to see the task all the way to an end result. This crystal is especially good if projects you embark on are often abandoned due to negative thoughts and a general loss of interest when the going gets tough.


Dream Meanings

Dream Meanings

Interpreting dreams is as old as time, once described as nocturnal visions, the communications received were considered to be messages from gods. Many of the dreams we have will be weird and wonderful, and we may only remember snippets of information. You might be surprised how many of us dream of common scenarios and that they have specific Dream Meanings behind them.

Here we explore some of the most common Dream Meanings:


  • Most people will experience a sinking or falling dream at some point in their lives. These sensation dreams normally occur when you are feeling overwhelmed in day-to-day life. It literally means you are lacking in support.

Mythical Unicorn

UnicornIf you are active on social media sites, you will no doubt realise that there has been something of a ‘unicorn fever’ building. From unicorn toast, to unicorn cakes, unicorn hair to unicorn nails… The current unicorn trends feature magical rainbows of pastel colours with a heavy sprinkling of glitter…

No doubt in the next few months for children the delight in unicorns will only grow further with movies like ‘Despicable Me 3’, featuring Agnes and her quest to find a real unicorn. The movie suggests that only those ‘pure of heart’ will see one… And for any adults that see the movie they will surely like the line “Life is like that, honey. You expect a unicorn but you get a one-horned goat.”

Mythical Animal

Although the unicorn is seeing resurgence in popularity the reality is that it has been a long revered mythical creature.

Often in pagan religions the unicorn is associated with or thought to belong to the moon goddess. It is depicted as looking like a white horse, but with a single horn protruding from the centre of its forehead. Its magical healing abilities were believed to derive from the horn.

The unicorn is long associated with purity, and it is believed that only those with an honest heart could tame it. (more…)

The Secret

The SecretYou may not immediately recognise our cover star this month, but I am sure if you have been in any book shop you will immediately recognise The Secret icon, proudly displayed on all of her books.

Rhonda Byrne is the creator of the film – The Secret and Author of books – The Secret, The Power, The Magic and now Hero. She was born in Australia and had a career as a radio and television producer, her background in this area was instrumental in the creation of The Secret film.


The Wonder of Reindeer

ReindeerWhen we think about Christmas many of us will conger up the image of reindeers flying through the sky whilst pulling a sleigh full of presents with Santa Clause onboard and the below extract from a famous poem by Clement Clarke Moore, sometimes called A Visit from Saint Nicholas or The Night Before Christmas supports that image.

When, what to my wondering eyes should appear,
But a miniature sleigh, and eight tiny reindeer,
With a little old driver, so lively and quick,
I knew in a moment it must be Saint Nick. (more…)

Seasonal Foods in December


Chestnuts (not to be confused with horse chestnuts or conkers) are a versatile nut that now are conveniently packaged so that you can buy them dried, vacuum packed, puréed or ground ready to cook with and add to recipes. At Christmas time probably the nicest way to have them is roasted, 20 minutes in a hot oven is all it takes. If you purchase the whole nuts look for smooth shiny plump ones. Chestnuts have lower levels of protein and fats than most nuts, 100g contains just 3 grams of fat and 170 calories against 64g of fat in hazelnuts and 600 calories in most nuts, but they are higher in carbohydrates. (more…)

Saving Mr Banks

Saving Mr Banks PromoSaving Mr Banks is a film about Walt Disney’s pursuit of the film rights to the novel ‘Mary Poppins’ written by P.L Travers. Tom Hanks plays the role of legend Walt Disney; incidentally this is the first time that Disney has been depicted in a dramatic film. Emma Thompson plays the role of the novelist P.L Travers, the film documents their testy partnership during the projects pre-production in 1961.

Disney promised his daughters that he would make Mary Poppins in to a movie, not realising it would take 20 years to realise the dream. Travers proved to be very prickly and demanded contractual script and character control, this proved to be very difficult for both Disney’s idea of the film adaptation but also those in the creative team – Screenwriter Don DaGradi and the composers – brothers Richard and Robert Sherman. During the visit she was played songs by the Sherman brothers, which ended up in the 1964 film, such as A Spoonful of Sugar and Let’s Go Fly a Kite. Their original score and song (Chim-Chim-Cher-ee) won Oscars® at the 1965 ceremony (the film won five awards of its thirteen nominations). Saving Mr Banks has been directed by John Lee Hancock and the film is already being tipped for Oscar success. It is released in UK cinemas from 29th November 2013. (more…)

The Book of Life

The Book of LifeThe Book of Life is sometimes called the Akashic Records, Akashic taking on the Sanskrit meaning of the fundamental etheric substance of the universe. Theosophy describes the Book of Life as containing extrasensory information that exists in another dimension, more simply put – a cosmic library!

Imagine a space that contains row upon rows of books, of every type you can imagine – some beautiful scrolls, coloured pages, some charred around the edges as if rescued from fires, some embossed with gold leaf pages and others so delicate due to their age…All containing the secrets of world events, all deeds that have taken place for each and every inhabitant and everything that will take place in the future. Essentially DNA of the universe gathered together as human experience that can only be accessed by adepts. (more…)

The Day of the Doctor – BBC’s 50th Anniversary Episode

Dr Who PosterBBC’s Special 50th Anniversary Dr Who Episode – 23rd November 2013

There is much buzz surrounding the 50th anniversary episode of Dr Who titled The Day of the Doctor, certain details have been released, but they are desperately trying to keep the story under wraps. So much so that the special will be broadcast around the world at the same time; it will be the biggest simulcast in history! British viewers will be able to watch the episode in many cinemas in the UK in 3D.

Much to the disgust of die-hard fans, American fans have seen a special sneak peak trailer that was shown at the San Diego Comic-Con. Steven Moffatt (writer and producer) has claimed that he has ‘lied until his pants burned’, in order to keep the true story a secret, so it’s possible it could all be different to what we believe so far… (more…)

Interpreting Flames

Girl with CandlePyromancy

Pyromancy was an ancient type of divination used by those in Ancient Greece and Rome. Vestal Virgins in Rome were keepers of the eternal flame; they divined the future whilst observing the forever burning flames. In these times fire was looked upon as being intrinsically pure – a primary element that would purify anything offered up be it plants, animals or people, making them acceptable to Vesta the Goddess of the Hearth.

Everything about the flames would have been analysed – the way they flickered, their height, their colour, their rise and fall, the amount of smoke, any sounds they made…

During a sacrifice it was considered good if the flames were quickly consumed, it was considered bad if the flames were disturbed by wind, took a long time to start or took a long time to burn. A favourable interpretation was taken from no sounds and a bright orange colour, but things were adverse if the fire crackled, there was a lot of smoke or it was deep red in colour.

The ancients would also divine by fire torches, a flame divided in two meant a bad omen, but a single flame or one with three or more aspects was a good sign. A bent flame could mean sickness or even death, the most feared sign was if the flame went out suddenly – signifying great disaster. (more…)

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