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Saturday, January 21, 2017

Naturopathic Treatment

If you were sick, naturopaths advise bed rest, no solid foods, drink plenty of fluids, and keep your body core warm. Of course, also consult your health care provider.

Wine and Rest

A "biblical" advice was to drink some red wine and get some rest if you are not feeling well.

Sinus Infections

I was surprised that allopathic medical practitioners do not check for sinus infections if you are experiencing sinus symptoms. Most likely if you have symptoms you are going to end up taking some type of antibiotics. No wonder we have so many antibiotics resistance!


If your cold or sinus infection/inflammation does not go away by itself in seven days, go and get something for it from your doctor, or just check it out. If it is viral, you will need something to improve your immunity. Check with your naturopathic physician, if you have one in town, to guide you through it. Naturopathic physicians are trained in getting your immune system stronger to fight infections. Commonly, infections show up when you are under stress (physical or emotional). Be careful during the period of stress. Make sure you keep your immune system at its best by taking dietary supplements suggested by a naturopathic physician.

What causes cancer?

No one is really sure! There are a lot of "causes" for cancer found in textbooks of medicine, ingrained in the physician's brain, written in science journals and scientific papers, etc. Among those are life stress, smoking, alcohol drinking, viruses, bacterial, estrogen, androgen, testosterone, hormones, environmental poisons (insecticides, herbicides), eating the wrong foods (meat, fat, butter, etc.), grieve, repeated injury to the same organ, chronic inflammation, obesity, sun exposure, char-coaled foods (barbeque), pharmaceuticals, vitamins, minerals, toxic fume, dietary supplements, herbs, and life. If they knew it, they would have prevented it from occuring by now. If you smoke and you get cancer, they blame it on smoking. If you were obese, they blame it on your weight. If you drink alcohol, they blame it on your six-pack. If you were under stress, they blame it on the thing that is stressing you, and on and on and on. Simply stated, they just don't know.

Quick News: Women's March 2017

Today during the march, singer Madonna said the "F/U" words twice during her speech.

Women's March 2017

It is estimated more that three million people marched today nationwide in the Women's March 2017.

National Prayer Service

A National Prayer Service is held today in Washington, DC at the National Cathedral. Let Us Pray for our nation to be safe, prosperous, great, and serve the Lord. Amen


Enough is Enough

'The View' Wears Women's March 'Pussy Hats'

Pink hats for Women's March

Belly Dancing

Belling dancing is a form of exercise. It is widespread in the Middle-eastern countries. Girls in the Middle-East exercise by learning how to belly dance. It is as old as humanity. It was pictured in the Old Testament where "women danced". CAM modalities include belly dancing. This art is now spreading in Europe and the Americas.

Bob's Burgers - Louise Belcher "You Gotta Make Money for Mommy"

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Autotrader Ad

The ad that Autotrader is running on TV is perhaps the stupidest ever ad I have ever watched. The ad depicts a spoiled girl with her dad that her goal in life is to kick things with her feet. She kicked the back seat of her dad while he was driving. She kicked a mannequin that her dad took out of his car. She kicked a ball at the car that her dad was fixing a flat tire. Are you kidding me? If she was my child she'd be taught how to behave in public.

Curiosity Rover (January 2017)

The Ten Commandments

EXODUS 20:1-17 (The Orthodox Study Bible)

"Now the Lord spoke all these words, saying;

I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. You shall have no other gods before Me.

You shall not make for yourself an idol or a likeness of anything in heaven above, or in the earth beneath, or in the waters under the earth. You shall not bow down to them, for I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, recompensing the sins of the fathers on the children to the third and fourth generation of those who hate Me; but showing mercy to thousands, to those who love Me and keep My commandments.

You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, for the Lord will not hold him guiltless who takes His name in vain.

Remember the Sabbath Day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord your God. In it you shall do no work: neither you, nor your son, your daughter, your male servant, your female servant, your cattle, nor your stranger who sojourns with you. For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and everything in them, and rested on the seventh day. Therefore, the Lord blessed the Sabbath Day and hallowed it.

Honor your father and mother that it may be well with you, and your days may be long upon the good land the Lord your God is giving you.

You shall not murder.

You shall not commit adultery.

You shall not steal.

You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.

You shall not covet your neighbor's wife or his house, and neither shall you covet his field, nor his male servant, his female servant, his ox, his donkey, any of his cattle, or whatever belongs to your neighbor."

Bible Dates (The Orthodox Study Bible)

Genesis (Moses) (During Israel's forty years of wandering in the wilderness-the period between crossing the Red Sea and the entrance into Canaan)

Exodus (Moses) (During Israel's forty years of wandering in the wilderness-the period between crossing the Red Sea and the entrance into Canaan)

Leviticus (Moses) (The period during the sojourn at Mt. Sinai)

Numbers (Moses) (Following the exodus from Egypt)

Deuteronomy (Moses) (Near the end of Moses' life and before the entrance into Canaan)

Joshua (Joshua) (600 BC)

The Book of Judges (Samuel) (Three centuries after Israel entered Canaan and covers the period of these centuries)

Ruth (Unknown) (1300 BC)

The First Book of the Kingdoms (Samuel) (1070-970 BC)

The Second Book of the Kingdoms (Samuel) (971-890 BC)

The Third Book of the Kingdoms (Jeremiah) (600-550 BC)

The Fourth Book of the Kingdoms (Jeremiah and Others) (651-609)

The First Book of the Chronicles (Ezra) (450 BC)

The Second Book of the Chronicles (Ezra) ( 450 BC)

The First Book of Ezra (Uncertain) (150 BC)

The Second Book of Ezra (Ezra) (538-410 BC)

The Book of Nehemiah (Nehemiah) (445-425 BC)

The Book of Tobit (Unknown) (400-200 BC)

The Book of Judith (Unknown) (135-105 BC)

The Book of Esther (Mordecai) (450 BC)

The First Book of the Maccabees (Unknown) (104 BC)

The Second Book of the Maccabees (Unknown) (124 BC)

The Book of Psalms (David) (1000-several centuries thereafter)

The Book of Job (Unknown) (1600 BC)

The Proverbs (Solomon) (970-931 BC)

The Book of Ecclesiastes (Solomon) (935 BC)

The Song of Songs (Solomon) (965-960 BC)

The Wisdom of Solomon (Unknown) (30-10 BC)

The Wisdom of Sirach (Jesus of Sirach) (180 BC)

The Book of Hosea (Hosea) (750 BC)

The Book of Amos (Amos) (754 BC)

The Book of Micah (Micah) (Before 720 BC)

The Book of Joel (Joel) (740 BC)

The Book of Obadiah (Obadiah) (587 BC)

The Book of Jonah (Jonah) (784-772 BC)

The Book of Nahum (Nahum) (663-612 BC)

The Book of Habakkuk (Habakkuk) (605 BC)

The Book of Zephaniah (Zephaniah) (627-625 BC)

The Book of Haggai (520 BC)

The Book of Zachariah (Zechariah) (520-480 BC)

The Book of Malachi (Malachi) (500-350 BC)

The Book of Isaiah (Isaiah) (745-680 BC)

The Book of Jeremiah (Jeremiah) (627-582 BC)

The Book of Baruch (Baruch) (After 586 BC)

The Lamentation of Jeremiah (Jeremiah) (October 587-December 587 BC)

The Epistle of Jeremiah (Jeremiah) (597 BC-Exile to Babylon)

The Book of Ezekiel (Ezekiel) (595-572 BC)

The Book of Daniel (Daniel) (605-530 BC)

The Book of Matthew (Matthew) (50-70 AD)

The Book of Mark (Mark) (70 AD)

The Book of Luke (Luke) (70-80 AD)

The Book of John (John) (96 AD)

The Book of Acts (Luke) (75-85 AD)

The Book of Romans (St. Paul) (55-57 AD)

The First Book of the Corinthians (St. Paul) (55 AD)

The Second Book of the Corinthians (St. Paul) (55 AD)

The Book of Galatians (St. Paul) (Uncertain)

The Book of Ephesians (St. Paul) (61-63 AD)

The Book of Philippians (St. Paul) (61-63 AD)

The Book of Colossians (St. Paul) (61-63 AD)

The First Book of Thessalonians (St. Paul) (50-51 AD)

The Second Book of Thessalonians (St. Paul) (51 AD)

The First Book of Timothy (St. Paul) (64-65 AD)

The Second Book of Timothy (St. Paul) (65-67 AD)

The Book of Titus (St. Paul) (63-65 AD)

The Book of Philemon (St. Paul) (61-63 AD)

The Book of Hebrews (St. Paul) (70 AD)

The Book of James (James) (55-60 AD)

The First Book of Peter (Peter) (50-67 AD)

The Second Book of Peter (Peter) (63-67 AD)

The First Book of John (John) (90-95 AD)

The Second Book of John (John) (90-95 AD)

The Third Book of John (John) (90-95 AD)

The Book of Jude (Jude) (60-80 AD)

The Book of the Revelation (John) (81-96 AD)


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September 30, 2020-65
May 31, 2021-65.67
November 30, 2021-66.17*
May 31, 2022-66.67
December 31, 2022-67.25
May 31, 2023-67.67
December 31, 2023-68.25
May 31, 2024-68.67
December 31, 2024-69.25
May 31, 2025-69.67
September 30, 2025-70
December 31, 2025-70.25
May 31, 2026-70.67

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