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The Destructors- Graham Greene
Goddess of Black Bees
“There is a Goddess in Hindu tradition named Bhramari. She is an incarnation of Shakti. Her name means Goddess of black bees. Bees, hornets, and wasps are all sacred to her”
Why You Should Never Judge a Book by it’s Cover | Kathy Buckley | Goalcast
Temple of the Universe
“The Temple of the Universe is a nonprofit organization founded in 1975 by Mickey Singer. The Temple is a long-established yoga and meditation center where people of any religion or set of beliefs can come together to experience inner peace.
The Temple is located on approximately 600 acres of beautiful land outside of Gainesville, Florida.
Religious services, classes on spiritual growth, and daily meditation are offered. Hatha Yoga classes are held four times a week. See our Schedule page for more information. To learn more about the Temple of the Universe see our Mission Statement.
Everyone is welcome to attend the scheduled programs and classes.”
Tony Robbins and Michael A Singer | Breaking Patterns and Finding Inner Peace
Deploying Predictive Analytics in Healthcare
The Big 5 Personality Test
These personality traits derive from the notion that the most common personality traits can be captured by five core dimensions: Openness to Experience. Conscientiousness. Extroversion. Agreeableness
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Clifford Mahooty (06-02-18) The Zunis & the Star People
“Clifford Mahooty is a Zuni Pueblo Indian elder, and member of the tribal orders of the Kachina Priest hood, Galaxy medicine society, Sun Clan, and wisdom keeper of the Zuni history and spiritual practices. Mahooty is a retired Civil/Environmental Engineer (BSCE-NMSU-1969). He worked for Shell Oil Company and various US government programs for housing under USHUD, DOI-BIA planning design and construction of Indian reservation infrastructures and school projects.
Clifford also served in the US Public Health Service, as a commissioned officer, to provide services to American Indian communities. He served in Oklahoma and Arizona in water, wastewater, and solid waste systems. He served as the National Environmental Justice Coordinator, in the DOI-BIA for the 561 federally recognized Indian tribes.
He coordinated with various agencies of federal, state and tribal governments to enforce laws and regulations to protect sacred sites, and lands against desecration, pollution of natural resources, illegal taking of artifacts, burials, and sacred objects. He represented the Indian tribe’s environmental assessments and impact statements. Clifford Mahooty was instrumental in the contracting of federally funded programs, where Indian Nations can administer projects including: planning, design, construction of facilities and infrastructure, schools, hospitals, law and order, housing. The law is known as PL-93-638. The Indian Self-Determination and Education Act of 1974. SOVEREIGNTY RIGHTS NOW”