Food intolerances and how to fix them – Part 1

Food Intolerances - How to fix them - Divine Empowerment

Food intolerances have seen a 50% rise in the time between 1997 and 2007 according to Interestingly, just 8 products account for 90% of food related allergic reactions in the United States, these are:-

  • Peanuts
  • Tree nuts which include – walnut, almond, hazelnut, cashew, pistachio, and brazil nut etc.
  • Milk
  • Eggs (most shampoo contains eggs)
  • Wheat
  • Soy
  • Fish
  • Shellfish

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The Sword in the Stone – Could it be real? Part 2

matter blending and tornadoes - Divine Empowerment

Continuing from last week’s rendition of King Arthur’s advance to the throne. As we know according to legend Arthur was able to dislodge Excalibur from an enchanted stone. Doing so meant he was crowned King of all England.

Magic and Quantum Physics

Here is the science of how this may have actually been possible.
If you accelerate a cluster of protons, neutrons, electrons and even whole atoms past the speed of light they go into a wave like state, where they no longer appear to exist; they visibly disappear. They pop in and out of a parallel reality called time-space where time is 3D, (we live in space-time) they lose mass, as in they weigh less on a scale which can take around 20 minutes to return. Gravity and time are interconnected. Read more

The Sword in the Stone – Could it be real? Part 1


I have a feeling that many legends could actually be literal. In modern times many of us have closed our minds to the prospect of magic. The more I learn the more I believe that anything is possible.

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic” Arthur C Clarke”

I know that they say King Arthur and Merlin were not real rather an archetype. There was potentially a warrior who fought against the Saxons in the 5th or 6th century, who it could have been? Also his adventures could have been an amalgamation of a few people. Much like with Christianity, it is thought that Jesus wasn’t born and did not die on the dates we celebrate but rather they were ancient religious holy days that got interwoven into the Christian faith.

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