Woman’s Musings

There are women with beautiful hearts and powerful light that regularly pray for humanity and the Earth.

These women cross the veil and the realms to offer their healing, backward and forward, to their ancestors and their descendants.

These women hold the container for the world’s pain, sorrow, grief, anger, and fear; cooling it with healing waters and wrapping it in cosmic love.

These women are the gardeners of love and light being awakened in this world.

That these women, joined with angels, regularly hold the Earth in a blanket of healing energy.

These women are the protectors, the healers, and the midwives.

They are the maidens, mothers, crones, and priestesses in service of the world,

the love and the way for the greatest and highest good for all.

They are unselfish, unfazed, and undeterred in their work. They are relentless in their prayers and the projection of light and love to all.

If the people of the world only knew.

Photo credit

Johnathan Hultquist

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Traditional Herbal Medicine Kills Pancreatic Cancer Cells, Researchers Report — ScienceDaily #2

I just found this, checked in with Maya and

she affirmed , how timely to hear of Ruth G’s

diagnosis of pancreatic cancer…

I have faith that like Jimmy Carter who alternatively

healed his cancer Ruth , can and will heal her

dis ease..

Please join me in the energy of getting this info to her

ASAP .. I already use Black Seed towards hair growth .


Blessings & Peace

Doña Luna


An herb used in traditional medicine by Middle Eastern countries may help fight pancreatic cancer. Researchers have found that thymoquinone, an extract of nigella sativa seed oil, blocked pancreatic cancer cell growth and killed cells by enhancing programmed cell death. The findings suggest that thymoquinone could eventually have use as a preventative in those who have had surgery and chemotherapy or who are at risk of developing cancer.
— Read on www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/05/080519092215.htm