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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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Charles Manson and Girlfriend Profiled in Rolling Stone

Charles-mansonbookingphotoWhen are you going to be like your friend Charlie and settle down with a nice girl? Meet Manson’s fiance, “Star”, and find out what he’s been up to in this online article from Rolling Stone.

Looks like almost half a century in and people are still fighting for Manson’s affections:

“Lynn deserves to be number one,” wrote LynyrdSkynyrdBand on the Tate-LaBianca Homicide Research Blog, after a picture of Star and Gray Wolf with Charlie made the rounds. “She’s been loyal for decades.” Marliese: “I’m guessing the beautiful girl with Charlie hasn’t experienced any strip and suck demands from him, or felt his fist smash across her face.” A number of them commented on how unsettling it is that Star looks so much like Susan Atkins “when she was all waxed and pretty.”

Star, however, pays little attention to these things. She’d rather spend her online time ordering items for Charlie’s quarterly-allowed gift box stuffed with, most recently, roasted peanuts, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, protein bars, vegetable-soup mix, vitamins, crackers, cough drops, teas, tank-top T-shirts, socks, shorts, an electric shaver and guitar strings.

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Video Of China’s ‘Two Suns’ Unexplained By Scientists


Photo:Yan Zhang (CC)

Two suns were seen setting in the China sky. Videos of the sight have baffled scientists  after an earlier report was ridiculed warning of a nearby star explosion that would appear to be another sun. Could there really be another sun-like star or is it just an optical illusion? Via Mother Nature Network:

Weeks after a story shot across the Web claiming that the imminent explosion of a nearby star would result in the appearance of a second sun in the sky – a story that was later debunked – two suns were caught on camera yesterday in China. The suns – one fuzzy and orange, the other a crisp yellow orb – appeared side-by-side, one slightly higher than the other.

What’s going on? Life’s Little Mysteries, a sister site to Space.com, asked Jim Kaler, the University of Illinois astronomer who squelched the excitement over the aforementioned exploding Betelgeuse and who has written books on the day and night sky.

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Star Found 265 Times Heavier Than Our Sun

A cluster of stars recently photographed at the European Southern Observatory is found to be much larger, brighter and hotter than our humble Sun. R136a1 is said to be the largest star ever recorded.  The New York Times details:

A huge ball of brightly burning gas drifting through a neighboring galaxy may be the heaviest star ever discovered — hundreds of times more massive than the sun, scientists said Wednesday after working out its weight for the first time.

Those behind the find say the star, called R136a1, may once have weighed as much as 320 solar masses. Astrophysicist Paul Crowther said the obese star — twice as heavy as any previously discovered — has already slimmed down considerably over its lifetime.

In fact, it’s burning itself off with such intensity that it shines at nearly 10 million times the luminosity of the sun.

“Unlike humans, these stars are born heavy and lose weight as they age,” said Crowther, an astrophysicist at the University of Sheffield in northern England.

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