Saturday, 23 July 2016

God is a woman

God is a woman! Now this may be a controversial statement for some and downright unacceptable for others, because for centuries God has been touted as a man. But what if this is not the case and God in fact is a woman.

The Bible is the most read and re-read book in all of history, it has been quoted as well as re-written over a thousand times. Not to mention the first translators of the Bible were working on their level of interpretation. This begs the questions, was it all interpreted correctly? Were there parts of the Bible that were omitted and or changed to suite the writers needs?, and just how much of the Bible was altered?

Well, because we were not all at the scene, no one knows for sure. The closet person to the truth would be the discovers themselves. Not, so recently however, there was an incident that occurred that was quickly buried by the catholic authorities. 

A Catholic priest from Massachussetts was officially dead for more than 48 minutes before medics were able to miraculously re-start his heart. During that time, Father John Micheal O’neal claims he went to heaven and met God, which he describes as a warm and comforting motherly figure.

The 71-year old cleric was rushed to the hospital on January 29 after a major heart attack, but was declared clinically dead soon after his arrival. With the aid of a high-tech machine called LUCAS 2, that kept the blood flowing to his brain, doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital managed to unblock vital arteries and return his heart to a normal rhythm.

The doctors were afraid he would have suffered some brain damage from the incident, but he woke up less than 48 hours later and seems to have perfectly recovered.he elderly man claims that he has clear and vivid memories of what happened to him while he was dead. He describes a strange out-of-body experience, experiencing an intense feeling of unconditional love and acceptance, as well as being surrounded by an overwhelming light.

He claims that at that point in his experience, he went to heaven and encountered God, which he describes as a feminine, mother-like “Being of Light”.

“Her presence was both overwhelming and comforting” states the Catholic priest. “She had a soft and soothing voice and her presence was as reassuring as a mother’s embrace. The fact that God is a Holy Mother instead of a Holy Father doesn’t disturb me, she is everything I hoped she would be and even more!” Despite the disapproval of his superiors, Father O’neal says that he will continue dedicating his life to God and spread the word of the “Holy Mother”.

“I wish to continue preaching” says the elderly cleric. “I would like to share my new knowledge of the Mother, the Son and the Holy Ghost with all Catholics and even all Christians. God is great and almighty despite being a woman…” ). 

They called it a hallucination on the part of the witness, but one must wonder is this really so? or perhaps is this something that the Catholic church is trying to keep hidden.

Now if we analyze this from the perspective of common sense, the greater of the two sexes is in fact the female. Women, can do anything a man can do, but this is not so for men. Why? You's simple. Men cannot bring forth life into this world, they simply cannot, it is physically impossible for them. And we can take it a step further and acknowledge that if women came together and decided that they wanted to end mankind all together, they have all the power to do so, by simply refusing to have children any more. No babies, no human race. So in my opinion, who is more blessed with power in my opinion, who is more blessed with power by all the relevant indicators......women are. Now does that give us a greater indication as to whether or not God is female, yes it does. 

Let's explore more, God has the ability to create life as well as end it completely, and so do women, life comes forth through a woman's body

In our part 2 of this blog we will refer to the scriptures in search of some proof that what was witnessed by the father while being clinically dead for 48 hrs was in fact a truth and not a hallucination as they are proclaiming. 

Friday, 15 July 2016

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The natural Hair community survey results are in and these are the most in demand products that are being used to acheive the longest, thickest, strongest, fastest growing natura hair in the community. So we had to share this with our readers, please do the same and be sure to share your results with us!

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Tuesday, 5 July 2016

A tribute to one of our favorite Artist we found on Twitter

We are taking sometime out to honor one of our favorite artist that we found on Twitter. We have found many, but this one as of late has stood out to us in all the right ways. So we just wanted to share her with all of our readers, that is, if you aren't already a fan. Below we have highlighted some information about her, and her work, and where you can find her. Do enjoy and feel free to leave her some positive feedback sometime.

Ms Alison Jardine

Bio: Originally from England, but currently resides in Dallas Texas. Her education is based from the University of London, where she attained a Bachelors degree in the Arts and Technology. She then further sharpened her artist chops at the College of Visual Art and Design in the University if North Texas. Amazing education aside, Alison has been churning out artist gems and master pieces for what seems like more than 8 years. 

Her career is forged with a fusion of all genres of artistic skill and material at her studio in Texas. Her material can be enjoyed on her website or where we've been enjoying it on her twitter feed. Alison Jardine was most recently selected as the Summer 2016 west edition of New American paintings with her Urban Flora 1 series- 9 absolutely stunning, rustic pieces that truly take you on a journey through the mind of the Artist herself. Her art is transcending the barriers of what was and paves a way for heightened creativity in the what will be. Whether sculpted from cement, molded from concrete, laid out from cloth, woven from string or simply painted or drawn, and it doesn't stop there, she has a piece that speaks to the artist in all of us. Here's to you Alison Jardine for continuing to keep out twitter feed meaningful.  

If you would like to check out her work, please feel free to check any of her social handles or even her website listed below:

Alison Jardine Website
Alison Jardine Twitter
Alison Jardine Facebook
Alison Jardine Pinterest

Sunday, 3 July 2016

Caribbean Weather this (July/August) Summer

Information on the weather in July/August in the Caribbean for all those who were planning on visiting one of the islands this Summer.


July is actually cooler throughout the Caribbean than at some cities in the southern United States. The ocean helps moderate temperatures and allows the islands to avoid severe heat.
Ocean water temperatures in the Caribbean Sea average 81 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit during July.


The rainy season begins in July on islands in the eastern Caribbean. It rains 2 out of 3 days this month at Port of Spain in Trinidad, at Vieux Fort in Saint Lucia and at Lamentin in Martinique.
To the west, July brings a lull in rainfall. For Jamaica and Dominican Republic, July is the driest month of summer.


Hurricanes are extremely rare during July in the Caribbean, although tropical storms sometimes reach Puerto Rico and islands to the east. No major hurricanes are expected in July. Caribbean weather in July: average daily temperature and monthly rainfall.

Should you be concerned about the rainy weather forecast?

While rain may be forecast every day, it's more likely to happen in short bursts rather than as sustained rainfall, and this means you may see a half-hour or more of rain every day, but usually only in the afternoon or evening. So it's entirely possible to have rain every day of your vacation but also have the rain not really affect you very much. Sometimes, you'll see an intense rainfall for a few minutes, and then the sun will come back out again for the rest of the afternoon.

What is the heat like in the Caribbean during the Summer?

It's definitely hot, but average temperatures are remarkably steady throughout the Caribbean over the course of the year. On most islands, if you are likely to see highs in the low- to mid-80s during the day in January, you are more likely to see highs in the mid- to upper 80s during the summer. But it's not unheard of to see highs in the 90s in the summer or highs in the low 70s during winter. (Water temperatures vary more noticeably than air temperatures.) You'll also find that larger cities (Santo Domingo, Kingston, Havana) are much hotter than the coastal areas, and that coastal areas are hotter than the inland areas that are higher in elevation. The constant trade winds help keep temperatures bearable all year even when the weather is hottest, but they are stronger in the winter season.

Is travel insurance necessary for my Caribbean Trip?

Travel insurance usually only pays off when a hurricane occurs during the dates of your vacation. Look for a policy that allows you to cancel for any reason; these are expensive but will give you the greatest amount of flexibility to make new plans if a major or minor storm threatens your vacation. Before you buy expensive travel insurance, see what kind of guarantee your tour packager or hotel offers. Some places offer a so-called "hurricane guarantee"; if your resort or packager offers this, then you may not want to buy an additional policy. However, these guarantees don't help you if you just get plain old-fashioned rain for a week and not a hurricane or tropical storm, and this happens from time to time regardless of the season.