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Hopi Indians’ Blue Star Prophecy – Robert Harding on PBM2L

Hosts Selomon and Shantastic Shine interview author and healer Robert Harding about his incredible story of what he describes as a spiritual awakening that includes the Blue Star Prophecy made by the Hopi Indians.

Robert Harding was an ordinary man living an ordinary life for 49 years, when one day, he beheld the vision of Mother Mary floating directly above his bed. What happened next is an amazing story of a vision quest and spiritual pilgrimage that led Robert to the Hopi land and the Blue Star Prophecy.

In this episode we speak with Robert Harding, author of Blue Star: The True Story of One Man’s Spiritual Awakening and Vision Quest, about his amazing journey from living an ordinary life to one of grand adventure as he traveled from London, England to the Hopi Land in the United States. Other subjects that come up during the interview are how he became an intuitive healer, what he learned about in the land of the Hopi’s, the Blue Star Prophecy and advice for others who want to go on a vision quest of their own.

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Women Like Pink Because Of ‘Berry-Picking’ Past And Boys Like Green Because Of Their Hunting Ancestors

525px-HeteroSym-pinkblue.svgDo pinks and purples remind you of gathering berries? Do greens and blues remind you of hunting in the forest? Finding a reason other than cultural influence as to why genders seems to lean towards specific colors, scientists look to our past. Via Fiona Macrae at Daily Mail:

Girls really do prefer pink – and not just because it is pretty.

Scientists have shown that females are drawn to pinks and reds and men to blues and greens – and they believe the explanation lies our hunter-gatherer past.

As the gatherers of the operation, women’s brains became fine-tuned to the purples and reds of ripe fruits and berries.

The men, meanwhile, developed a preference for the clear blue skies that signaled good weather for hunting.

The theory comes from Chinese scientists who asked more than 350 students to study 11 colours for three minutes and then rank them in order of preference.

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