Inlumino Global

Wesak, and the Blessing of Buddha

At exactly 2111 GMT on 18th May 2019, this Saturday, the moon will be full, and Lord Buddha will appear to bestow His blessing on you. It will be Wesak.

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War on Water?

Recent reports have warned of the impossibility of protecting the British coastline from an encroaching sea. “We cannot win the war on water”, one scientist said.

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Bees Giving Hope for our Future

Last year a colony of Welsh wild black bees honoured my upland home by moving into a natural hive high up in an old oak tree. They survived the winter and multiplied, a talisman of protection and of life.

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Easter Made Present

Easter is a bittersweet time for many people, whether they think, or care, about its significance.

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Black Holes and Portals

The photograph yesterday of a black hole in a far distant galaxy was headline news all over the world, eclipsing even Brexit in its importance.

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Brexit and BST

As the European power struggle which is Brexit staggers on, life goes on, and sometimes what seems, by comparison, trivial has hidden importance and bears consideration. Little is more important than time.

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A Vernal Equinox of Brightest Light

Wednesday will be a special day as the planet celebrates her total balance in light with the advent of the Vernal Equinox, and at a time of ambiguity and confusion in our world, when everything seems out of balance. Unusually and specially, it coincides with a Supermoon, which will empower the light of Gaia and reinforce her part in the Plan of God.

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Embellishing the Truth

A multiplicity of scholarly evidence emerges continually to generate, confirm or refute certain theories and beliefs. While some of them are presented as impartial and unbiased, many are produced or interpreted to prove a point subjectively, and with a degree of exaggeration for greater impact. This is both unfortunate and unhelpful, for embellishing the truth is counter-productive.

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Gaia will Win

Where and as I write now, green woodpeckers are yaffling in the oak trees around me as kites, ravens and buzzards circle around my home looking for breakfast to feed mates building their nests or even sitting on their eggs. It is a calm damp morning, the prelude to a timeless spring day in this old and sacred Upper Wye valley in Wales.

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A Political Mercury Retrograde

A powerful Mercury Retrograde begins next week, just as the moon undertakes another new beginning: both are aspects of a powerful cycle of challenge and opportunity disguised in clouds of deception, misunderstanding and obfuscation.

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