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The Path of the White Rose with Eileen Anglin. Angelic Energy Art, messages, meditations and classes to empower, heal and elevate your life. Sign Up For my Newsletter. http://eepurl.com/Qlc0L
My energy art work reflects the power of transformation, healing and inspiration from our connection to Divine Source and our spiritual connection to Nature and animals.
I have created online angelic tools for transformation in my White Rose Store. CD's, MP3's, lectures and archived radio shows are for sale and immediate download in The Store section. http://whiterosepath.com/store
My life's work is to create art, tools and insights to empower you and elevate your life on the planet and how you experience the highest vision of it.
As an Earth Activist, helping to awaken our evolving humanity, calls to progressive and compassionate action for the blue jewel we live on.
I look forward to assisting you on your healing journey and path to wisdom.
Eileen is a internationally recognized angelic energy healer. Her healing work has appeared in books, TV, radio and has won awards for her work with angels. Her popular column Ask an Angel is read world-wide.
Nominated by the New York Times About.com "Readers Choice Favorite Angel Intuitive 2012 & 2013"
Walk in Grace and Beauty and May Peace and Fulfillment be on Your Path,
NAIROBI, Kenya - Poachers killed an estimated 100,000 elephants across Africa between 2010 and 2012, a huge spike in the continent's death rate of the world's largest mammals because of an increased demand for ivory in China and other Asian nations, a new study published Monday found.
Imagine meeting a 40-year-old fish that weighs 1,500 pounds and can accelerate faster than a sports car. Bluefin tuna are a top-of-the-food-chain fish and certainly one of the most impressive creatures in the ocean. Bluefin are also one of the most lucrative fish species to catch. Buyers in the Japanese raw fish (sushi) markets set new records each year for the amount of cash they are willing to pay, and a worldwide fleet of fishers is eager to collect this cash.
We need to leave at least 75% of the oil in the ground if we are to avoid disaster. One way to do this is to, at a certain point, outlaw drilling and extracting oil. That is unlikely, given the size of the oil and gas lobby in DC. Another way is to pass a carbon tax, which is our only hope.