Is there anything greater, after your salvation in Jesus Christ, than to receive eternal life?
Whenever we enter the kingdom of heaven or if we die before Jesus’ return, we’ll see the end of some very bad things. I look forward to eating at the marriage feast of the Lamb of God because we’ll still be able to enjoy food like Jesus did after His resurrection. As more experiments are conducted within this field, we are finding more and more astonishing results.
For example, I was at a conference a few years ago and noticed the aura of the woman who was taking publicity photos. Even without seeing her aura, one could sense her energy, which may be more apparent to empaths than to others. Perhaps empaths are more sensitive to the auric field? Your aura reflects the energy that you are currently experiencing, as well as your overall psyche and emotional state of being. This, in turn, may help to explain how auras and energies can affect other people for what seems to be no apparent reason. Kirlian photography is a collection of photographic techniques used to capture the phenomenon of electrical coronal discharges. As mentioned, the aura follows the colors of your chakras and will give you an idea of where you are at and what you can do. Your auric energy field has been challenged and conditioned to view society from a fear perspective because, when we live in fear, we are easily controlled by those in power. If there was no such thing as money, then chances are, most of us would have green, blue, indigo or violet auras, with the exception of those who have bad intentions whether there is money or not.
I’ve never seen an aura, but when I relax with eyes closed or meditate I sometimes see alternating green and purple circles moving inward.
Vic Bishop – The stark contrast between manufactured reality and truth is clearly visible in Rio.
Christina Sarich – I’m not constantly aware of the projections, but I’m working on it.
Alex Pietrowski – Big Agra and Big Food companies aim to keep their practices secret. Christina Sarich – How can we activate the same technology that the cabal so perniciously covets?
Alex Grey (born November 29, 1953) is an American artist specializing in spiritual and psychedelic art (or visionary art) that is sometimes associated with the New Age movement.
In Matthew 6:19-20 Jesus said “Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal, but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal.” You’re not going to need a security alarm system for those treasures in heaven like you will here on earth so why not invest them in eternity?
This means the end of all suffering, pain, sorrow, mourning, and the death of death while at the same time God wipes away every tear (Rev 21:4). How can time, a finite, measured thing be placed against eternity to which there is no end?


I love the Rocky Mountains in the fall and the Gulf Coast in the winter, and although I rarely go to either, I love the natural beauty of those two places.
We’ll great family reunions of lost loved ones but we’ll also have trees, crops, animals, and a changed heart in mankind.
Have you ever observed someone for the first time and knew that there was something off with this person, even though that particular person never said a word to you? For example, Russian professor Konstantin Korotkov found that upon death, the human aura will continue to change for approximately 72 hours after the person is pronounced clinically dead.
Plants, trees and even inanimate objects such as gemstones, can exhibit an aura. Your aura is a body of energy generated around you. For example, an empath will take on the energies of everyone, including the good, the bad and the ugly energies. It is named after Semyon Kirlian, who, in 1939 accidentally discovered that if an object on a photographic plate is connected to a high-voltage source, an image is produced on the photographic plate.
When we are constantly thinking about bills, societal expectations, ego, materialism or sexual issues, then our auras will reflect either red, orange or yellow.
He is best known for his paintings of glowing anatomical human bodies, images that “x-ray” the multiple layers of reality. You can’t take your treasures with you but you can send them on ahead and they’ll be there waiting for you when you get there. Maybe the younger generation can’t appreciate this as much as the older generations do because they feel the aches, the pains, and the sorrows of a sin-soaked world every day of their lives.
Paul wrote “I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us” (Rom 8:18). The same things we love in nature in this world today are still going to exist in the kingdom but even more glorious I believe. The more I think about heaven, the more I would not give one moment of heaven for all the joy and riches of the world.
A skilled empath will acknowledge them and will know how to discharge or deflect these energies while most people unknowingly absorb them. His body of work spans a variety of forms including performance art, process art, installation art, sculpture, visionary art, and painting.
It is too marvelous for the human mind to even know, let alone describe it, as Paul wrote “What no eye has seen, nor ear heard, nor the heart of man imagined, what God has prepared for those who love him” (1st Cor 2:9).
The Sacred Mirrors, a life-sized series of 21 paintings, took 10 years to complete, and examines in detail the physical and metaphysical anatomy of the individual.
He is also on the board of advisors for the Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics, and is the Chair of Wisdom University’s Sacred Art Department. He and his wife Allyson Grey are the co-founders of the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, a non-profit church supporting Visionary Culture in Wappingers Falls, New York. Many of his paintings include detailed representations of the skeleton, nervous system, cardiovascular system, and lymphatic system.


These posters wallpaper are designed to fit perfectly on instagram, do share them on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. His figures are shown in positions such as praying, meditating, kissing, copulating, pregnancy, birth and death. His work incorporates many religious symbols, including auras, chakras, and icons with geometric shapes and tessellations in natural, industrial, and multicultural situations.
Grey’s paintings are permeated with an intense and subtle light that is rare in art history.
Despite how funny political cartoons may be, they might also carry very strong messages, and these are often gendered.Political cartoons are a powerful medium because, although they are not news, they facilitate the delivery of specific messages. This is not because cartoonists are evil misogynists (although some might fit this description), but because they need to connect with particular cultural-accepted views on gender and gender relations. This resonates with the idea that niqabi women are already oppressed, so why depict them with an agency that they do not have?Image via the LA Times.Another theme present in political cartoons is the prevalent attention to Muslim women’s bodies.
While Western women (such as female politicians) tend to be hyper-sexualized through sexy clothing, over-done makeup, and high heels, Muslim women are hyper-sexualized through the cartoonists’ obsession with their “exotic” way of covering. It is also commonly expressed that Muslim women’s bodies are not their own, but someone else’s (like the state, their male relatives, secular and religious institutions, or the media).Muslim women are not only “the other,” as we have explored in a previous post, but they are only a source of objectification and appropriation. Depictions of Muslim women in recent political cartoons serve mainly two purposes: they are political commentary (on terrorism, “barbarism,” extremism), and they are also a resource in the politics of fear. They are shown as hiding something behind all that clothing; therefore, they are a security concern. In an era of securitization, this is a very powerful commentary.In addition to being scary beings, Muslim women are also shown as both weak and oppressed subjects (often by men) that have to be exposed to the Western ideal of freedom.
Nonetheless, despite their weakness, they must also be controlled (we don’t want the extremists getting them first!) Both of these themes discourage the audience from thinking critically about Muslim women and encourage fear, rage or simply mockery.Cartoon by Dario Castillejos. They are either behind men (sometimes with multiple children), ridiculed by Western characters, or carrying bombs. They are rarely depicted saying anything smart or “liberating.” They are also portrayed as hyper-religious, which makes them the object of jokes in highly “secularized” political cartoons.So how are we doing in political cartoons? Very often, cartoons are gendered and present very particular, sometimes even racist, views on what Muslim women as “the other” look like. What is more, Muslim women are largely just the shadow in the picture that makes an important political commentary about males in either the West or the East, even when discussing issues relevant to women.  Although there some Muslim women cartoonists like Omayya Joha and Nigar Nazar, political cartoons in major Western papers are male, and women cartoonists are often treated as the other (which would make it even harder for a Muslim woman cartoonist, a “double-other,” to enter the field).Is this the way Muslim women continue to be presented and explained to Western audiences, through the eyes of mainly white Western men? Depiction of Muslim women in the Western media and much of the internet are highly problematic.



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