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Das Nordseelied – The North Sea Folksong


Text in High German and Melody at www.franzendorfer.com


Übersetzung von Dr. Bara H. Loveland, www.NewAncientSecrets.com © Copyright 2018

Translation by Dr. Bara H. Loveland, www.NewAncientSecrets.com © Copyright 2018
The translated text may be duplicated if the source is given in full and nothing is omitted or added.

I. Wo de Nordseewellen trecken an den Strand,
Where the North Sea Waves are drawing on the sand,
wo de geelen Blömen bleuhn int gröne Land,
where the yellow flowers bloom on the green land,
wo de Möwen schrieen hell in Sturmgebrus
where the seagulls calling pierces storm’s uproar
do is mine Heimat, do bün ick to Hus,
there is my grand homeland as it was before,
wo de Möwen schrieen hell in Sturmgebrus
where the seagulls’ calling pierces storm’s uproar
do is mine Heimat, do bün ick to Hus.
there is my grand homeland as it was before.

II. Well'n un Wogen ruschen weern min Weegenleed,
Tides with high waves’ murmur were my cradle song,
un de hohen Dieken seh'n min Kinnertied,
and the lofty dykes have seen me, childhood-long,
markten ok min Sehnen un min heet Begehr:
noticed, too, my longing and my hot decree,
in de Welt to flegen, ower Land un Meer,
traveling the planet, over land and sea.
markten ok min Sehnen un min heet Begehr:
noticed, too, my longing and my hot decree,
in de Welt to flegen, ower Land un Meer.
traveling the planet, over land and sea.

III. Wohl hett mi dat Lewen all min Lengen stillt,
Though my life has given me my longing’s will,
hett mi all dat geven wat min Hart erfüllt;
and has given me that could my heart fulfill;
alles is verswunnen, wat mi drück un dreev,
all has disappeared what could trouble me,
hev dat Glück woll funnen, doch dat Heimweh bleev,
have found gladness elsewhere, yet nostalgia be,
alles is verswunnen, wat mi drück un dreev,
all has disappeared what could trouble me,
hev dat Glück woll funnen, doch dat Heimweh bleev.
have found gladness elsewhere, yet nostalgia be.

IV. Heimweh nach min schöne, gröne Marschenland,
Longing for my pretty, dark-green marshen-land,
wo de Nordseewellen trecken an de Strand,
where the North Sea waves are washing on the sand,
wo de Möwen schrieen hell in Sturmgebrus
where the seagulls’ calling pierces storm’s uproar
do is mine Heimat, do bün ick to Hus,
there is my great homeland where I was before,
wo de Möwen schrieen hell in Sturmgebrus
where the seagulls’ calling pierces storm’s uproar
do is mine Heimat, do bün ick to Hus.
there is my grand homeland where I was before.


 

Author Interview with Melissa Bowersock

by H. Buck

MelissaMelissa Bowersock is an eclectic, award-winning writer who turns her hand to any kind of story that moves her, be it paranormal, fantasy, romance, action/adventure, spiritual, satire or biography. She has been both traditionally and independently published and is a regular contributor to the superblog Indies Unlimited.

People like to be entertained and many love to read mystery stories. Melissa Bowersock is an exquisite writer and instructor who teaches extraordinary human skills through her many books and The Lacey Fitzpatrick and Sam Firecloud Mystery Series, skills that are said to be possible in ancient scriptures. This is surely a part of her success with over 20 books she has written! Let us find out more about her work and especially about the mystery series she is working on.

Melissa Bowersock with her books on the Walk Series.

HB: This is an interview with the prolific author Melissa Bowersock to talk about her new book, Blood Walk. I understand this is Book 8 of a series concerning two characters. Can you give us a brief overview of the series and the characters?

MJB: The series is called The Lacey Fitzpatrick and Sam Firecloud Mystery Series. It’s about an ex-cop (Lacey) and a Navajo medium (Sam) who have teamed up together to investigate mystery cases using much more unconventional methods than the police do. When Sam “walks,” he gets psychic impressions from the victims of crimes, and with that information, Lacey goes into cop mode and does the research to find out exactly who the ghosts are and what happened to them. Armed with that information, Sam and Lacey are able to solve crimes and release the tortured souls that are tethered to earth by the trauma they experienced.

HB: How many books are there to this series?

MJB: The series is comprised of 8 books: Ghost Walk (Book 1), Skin Walk (Book 2), Star Walk (Book 3), Dream Walk (Book 4), Dragon Walk (Book 5), Demon Walk (Book 6), Soul Walk (Book 7) and now Blood Walk (Book 8).

HB: Could you please give a brief account of the stories of these books?

MJB: In Ghost Walk, Sam and Lacey first team up and discover a body where no report of a death exists. In Skin Walk, they are called out to the Navajo reservation to investigate the mysterious death of Sam’s cousin, and encounter a shapeshifting skinwalker. In Star Walk, they are called in to clear multiple ghosts in an old Hollywood mansion. In Dream Walk, Sam is visited in dreams by his former brother-in-law, and they must go to Las Vegas to uncover his cause of death, and his body. The other books take place in and around Los Angeles and concern different cases of hauntings, mysteries, and others.

HB: What is your newest book Blood Walk about?

MJB: In Blood Walk, they work with the Los Angeles Police Department to track a serial suspect who is after young women. While Sam picks up some information from the spirits of the dead women, he also realizes he's getting impressions from the suspect's mind, as well. This ends up being a double-edged sword, as it helps them keep tabs on the suspect, but he is also able to zero in on them.

HB: Is the series in chronological order? Does a reader need to read them in the written order to understand what’s going on?

MJB: They do go in order, but I’ve purposely made them each a stand-alone story, so a reader does not need to read them all, or in order. There are no cliffhangers here, and each story concludes at the end of the book. However, reading them in order will give the reader an enhanced appreciation for the relationship between Sam and Lacey as they start out trying to understand each other and eventually become true partners.

HB: It sounds like Sam and Lacey are very different in their personalities.

MJB: They are. Sam, being a medium, is much more internally-driven, more sensitive. He operates from a place of harmony, wanting to restore anguished souls to the divine path we all must follow. Lacey, as an ex-cop, is more interested in the here and now, in justice and punishment to fit the crime. Although their motivations are very different, their goals are the same, and they complement each other very well.

HB: Is there more to come in the series?

MJB: Yes. I’ve already got Castle Walk (Book 9) finished although it’s not yet released, and I’m still editing Mystery Walk (Book 10). I’ve just started working on Spirit Walk (Book 11). Beyond that, I’m not sure.

HB: The number of your books is amazing and your readers are coming back for more. Where do you get these out-of-this world ideas from for your spell-binding stories?

MJB: The ideas do seem to keep coming, so as long as they do, I’ll keep writing. Sam and Lacey have definitely taken on a life of their own. I will usually start with a small premise, either the location or the scenario around the death or mystery, and then just speculate on different avenues. It’s more a process of elimination than anything else. I’ll try out one idea in my mind, but not care for it or find it creates more problems than it solves, so I’ll try another one. Eventually I’ll get an idea I like, and then start writing. I might only have a vague sense of the action, maybe four or five main points, but the rest comes as I write. It’s a little like driving in the dead of night with only a flashlight. I can only see a short distance in front of me, but I keep going and the path continues on.

HB: Do you write in other genres beside mystery?

MJB: Yes. My other books (I’ve got 25 current titles, including the eight Walk books) range from action, adventure, romance, time travel, ghost stories, reincarnation, biography, to spiritual, and satire. As you see, I don’t limit myself, but just write whatever kind of story grabs hold of me and drags me to the keyboard. I was actually never very interested in mysteries, never read them myself, but I have always been drawn to stories with a bit of the supernatural to them. I was also never interested in doing a series, but these latest books have taught me to never say never.

HB: Are you doing a special promotion for the release of a new book?

MJB: Yes, all e-books in the series are on sale for just 99 cents each for a short time. The books are also available in paperback from any online book store. I just had a special promotion on my book Blood Walk, and I plan promotions for my upcoming books to get an enjoyable start for 99 cents each. This new book and others as well as the coming ones are and will be also available in paperback from any online book store.

HB: You are an exquisite writer. When did you start and what motivated you to write?

MJB: Thank you so much. I’ve been writing all my life; started when I was five. I wrote my first novel at 12, took time out to finish school and get married, then started in again and haven’t stopped. I think it must be a genetic mutation that ideas come to me and I just roll them around in my brain until they’re viable and I have to start writing.

HB: I know from experience that you are also among the very best instructors I have ever encountered. How did you become aware of your highly interactive and effective teaching method?

MJB: You’re so sweet. My mother was a college professor, and she always wanted me to be a teacher, too, which is probably why I fought so hard against it. I never wanted to be a teacher, but when I worked for the phone company, I was tapped to do some training classes, and I found I enjoyed it and seemed able to convey the right information to my students. After I retired from my day job, I just happened to look into a continuing ed program in my local area, and realized that classes in self-publishing might be very popular. I’ve been self-publishing for years, and after much trial-by-error learning came up with a pretty simple and straight-forward process. I wanted to save other people from having to make the same mistakes I did, so I formulated two three-hour workshops, one for self-publishing paperbacks and one for eBooks. I’ve been offering these classes once a semester for a few years now, and there often is a waiting list. Many of my students have taken the information and published their own books, which is hugely gratifying for me and for them.

HB: When and where will be your next classes and what would be the topics?

MJB: I won’t be teaching my next classes until the fall, but they’ll be offered by OLLI (the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) via Yavapai College. People can check out my classes and many others at OLLI’s website: https://www.yc.edu/v5content/lifelong-learning/olli-sedona-verde.

HB: If people want to know more, how can they find you?


MJB: The easiest way is to look up my name on Amazon. They can look at Olli’s website or at Indies Unlimited; my website is www.newmoonrising.net

HB: Thank you, Melissa, for the interesting interview and details on your exciting work and plans!

MJB: Thanks very much for the opportunity to be here.

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New Ethics for a New World

© Copyright by Dr. Bara H. Loveland 2016
To be taught in all homes and schools.
Given here for discussion, draft 1, 10/26/2015.
Idea inspired by HH the Dalai Lama

For definitions and more explanations see The eBook of Consciousness, www.NewAncientSecrets.com

The numbers and their meanings follow an ancient, spiritual numbering system
(original research).

This article may be freely copied in its entirety
(from headline to the end of the text without the image, including this line)
if nothing is omitted or added.

13. Consciousness is the One Source of All That Is. Consciousness is Love and uncreated, It (sic) has no form or image, yet Consciousness is All There Is.

1. Honoring Consciousness beyond form in All That Is, coming from one Source, Consciousness. All That Is is created by the one Law: Consciousness Creates.

2. The name is essence: using names/words and the name Consciousness with respect and holiness: All (sic) has Consciousness: people, animals, plants, rocks etc. and the entire universe; they reverberate the meanings of their names/words.

3. Taking time for meditation, drawing closer to Source with compassion for All That Is; using the Cloud Meditation for redirecting the focus when surplus thoughts arise.

4. Valuing Body, Mind, Soul, and Spirit alike – for they are one unit containing the Oneness of Source; developing awareness that Consciousness knows and harmonizes.

5. Honoring all life, allowing it and supporting it to flourish.
Using safe markers to redirect life forms to and from certain areas, using communication for balance.

6. Honoring promises: living responsibility, reliability, trustworthiness, and loyalty for the good for All That Is.

7. Respecting the realms/environment of other individuals: people, animals, plants, the planet, the universe.

8. In all ways, emphasizing what is good about individuals, groups, events, life forms, the planet and the universe: all are designed to work together in harmony.

9. Sharing abundance, inducing happiness by beneficial deeds; rejoicing in what other people, animals, plants etc. have and supporting their best: be it health, family, house, co-workers, income, land/habitat etc. Asking for 3% interest/tax or less, thus allowing everyone to gain.

10. Caring for appropriate food and for family, friends, neighbors, communities, animals, plants, land, nature, the planet, and the universe, spreading joy.

11. Honoring cleanliness: the clean-up crews (bacteria, viruses, flies, cockroaches etc.) remain afar from cleanliness in Body, Mind, Soul, and Spirit.

12. Eternal life and ascension are inherent in All That Is, to be engaged at will.

 

May Consciousness assist humanity to hold sacred All That Is.

 

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Author Interview with Dr. Bara Loveland

by Melissa Bowersock

 

Today I’m sitting down with Dr. Bara Loveland, author of several books about consciousness, its history and definitions, and how it figures into our lives. I think it’s going to be difficult to distill her books down into a short blog piece, but let’s start with your latest, The Book ofConsciousness.

Bara, can you give us a brief overview of the book? What might people learn from it? How might it benefit their lives?

Bara: Every chapter is conclusive in itself, yet reading from A to Z may render the best understanding. Original research starts with the overrated mind/cerebrum as a knowledge-suppressing organ. Some readers reject this so far unknown fact and yet, for understanding Consciousness, we have to be clear what the mind can and cannot do. I have written about it in Das innere Weltbild (The Inner World Conception, 1982). The eBook of Consciousness continues discussing Consciousness based on ancient insights of our spiritual ancestors, of U.S. Natives, the unconscious, and mass conscious. Other chapters guide the reader to realize our divine powers, anchored in organs we still have, and reveal biblical symbols and what they really mean assisting to understand the Bible. Trailing is a reflection on rules and the One Law in the universe as well as on how science and magic deal with Consciousness. Additional dimensions are elucidated and suggestions for successful meditation are given. An excurse of original research specifies that Jesus was in India – by Jesus’ own words! The Rhubarb chapter defines terminology (often downplayed by science) as used in this book and gives the many names of God (Bible). This book contains an easy read for the open mind as well as scientific and spiritual facts, experiences, and humor.

I’m glad you said it’s an easy read for the open mind; it sounds like a massive amount of information. Glad, as well, to know there are experiences and humor in it. What’s your background in this amazing subject? What led you to study consciousness?

Bara: Defining Consciousness was nearly a life-long process. At the age of 10, riding the public bus to school, my sister made me aware that one can read a person’s character from his/her face. For six school days a week I could compare face expressions with what I knew about the people. Soon I expanded the study to unknown people, mainly working on an intuitive basis. Later I trained my mind to be aware of facts, studied dream symbols as presented by Freud and Jung, and was fascinated by holy symbols and archetypes. I studied architecture which enhanced 3D-visualization, I volunteered at a clinic that healed by altered states without punishment, and learned there to switch instantly from measurable brain waves of Beta (daily life concerns) to Alpha (intuition, healing) and beyond. Working as assistant professor, I completed a first of the kind doctorate in the combined fields of architecture and in-dept psychology. Later I fulfilled a second doctorate in natural healing and worked in altered states up to 18 hours a day on original research of life energy, Color MedicineTM, and sacred symbols. The lingering question was: what is Consciousness? It took me years of pondering to find the definition around 2005, for mass conscious’ misleading definition is strong, holding us back.

Fascinating stuff. I especially find my interest piqued with the connection between architecture and psychology. How has your study and research changed your own personal life?

Bara: Face studies allowed me to know more about people, guiding others, and one day I helped a friend to understand his boss by evaluating a photograph of the latter. Asked about a TV couple, seeing them for the first time on TV, I said, “He is naïve, she is neurotic.” It turned out to be true as events developed. The work in the clinic changed my science-trained mind to give way to intuition, then checking reality back with the mind. Yet an event that predated my intense research on symbols changed my life the most: it was the death of my beloved mother. She was medically overdosed and, like Elvis, survived it for only three years. When an angel on earth, my mother, could die that cruel way, then there was no God. Being from a Lutheran priest’s family, I became an atheist. Still, the intense studies on holy symbols sent me right back to believing in God. I discovered our holy energies, also mentioned in the Bible, and in all spiritual cultures. I experienced life-energy rising and energy centers opening before I knew of their existence. Later, I used my life energy to cool myself in a modern train halted for hours in the Austrian sun with broken cooling system, all windows sealed! I gained a new understanding of suffering and newly defined the terms neurosis (Zeitalter des Gefühls, Era of Feeling,1979), symbol (Symbole von Urerfahrung, Symbols of Primal Experience, 1981), and archetype (Das innere Weltbild, The Inner World Conception, 1982), all never defined that way by others before. I found that these terms are related to our sacred energies. With spiritual insights I realized that all life is holy: from the ant to the elephant, and that animals/insects have awareness and feelings.

I am so sorry to hear about your mother. It sounds like her death led you to greater discoveries, though, which I would guess she would be proud of. You have other books that delve into the divine feminine, like Heaven and Earth Mother and Adoration of the Madonna. What message do you bring to women in the world today about their feminine nature? What about men?

Bara: There was a long period on earth where the female was the goddess, the priestess, and the healer, maybe lasting millions of years. Herman Wirth has extensively researched this ancient field, which must have neglected male dreams for acceptance. There was a Mother goddess, Futer (probably far before 30,000 BC): She Who Is, the Only One. Later she was perceived with two symbolic aspects as Heaven and Earth Mother according to our life energy, with her three daughters (energy channels). Virgin birth may have been in practice as mentioned in Adoration of the Madonna, showing the beautiful art of Antonia Hudson. Yet when keeping herds, people realized that a male animal was of advantage for offspring since one did not need a holy woman to assist. Finally, the Great Mother got a son (ca. 15,000 BC), and then a male partner (more wide-spread ca. 2,000 BC). That is, the God-mother was historically before her son, and the God-son existed before the God-father. It may help to forgive injustice now done to women, when understanding that this long-lasting, one-sided view on female holiness had to be balanced by the opposite. In male societies, the woman was/is generally not accepted being alone in public or in public office, after the Greek manner of treating women. Greece then dominated the ancient occident including the Holy Land (332-63 BC), and Greek customs – which Jesus ignored – are reflected in the Bible. Yet, the predominance of holiness of males was based on a spiritual error: the man was the spiritual representative of the Heaven Mother as father and Father God; the woman was only the dense, material Earth Mother without spirit, yet revived as Queen of Heaven in St. Mary. Realizing the history of the Heaven and Earth Mother allows an understanding of the symbolic male/female roles and that both together stand for our life energy as expressed in Heaven and Earth Mother. Her ancient sight carries over into our time to the bride in white (Heaven Mother) and the groom in black (Earth Mother); he, having her complete symbol (hour glass), the tie, around his neck!

I have a feeling that reading about this in our present time might help a lot of women reconcile the second-class treatment they may have experienced. You also have two books on self-help, The SelfHelp Kaleidoscope and Color Medicine. What tools do you give readers so they can start to heal their own lives?

Bara: Working with life-energy photographs I saw that people were often misdiagnosed. For people not having access to a life-energy camera as a second opinion, I studied how to realize needs from people’s faces and from their behavior (original research). This is partly reflected in my two eCourses on Color MedicineTM, stating what color to use. It was Charles Klotsche who wrote the book on Color MedicineTM, for which I assembled some data as subject editor (sometimes mentioned as BEEM in the book). Color MedicineTM was called the best book on the subject on the market, since it gives easy to follow instructions for using the Dinshah colors with their physical and spiritual influences (chapters 3ff). Scientific information is found in chapters 1 and 2. In order to summarize how people can help themselves on physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual levels, I assembled the SelfHelp Kaleidoscope for the healing on four levels. The core is composed of a specific meditation exercise and the pH table from original research: this meditation exercise is an improvement over what I learned in the clinic as volunteer, called Bio*ChakraTM Light Meditation: it takes only a few minutes before bedtime to work on solving problems while staying positive. When done properly, it is highly effective and may change difficult situations in months or even weeks which otherwise could take years on the couch. The other highly important issue is acidity (pH under 7) which is based on artificially polluted environments, causing inflammation. When alkaline (pH 7.5), everything may heal. Also diet, detoxification, natural remedies without negative side effects, and what alkaline-forming means may be used instead of toxic, acid-forming chemicals – e.g. for mosquitoes – are discussed.

I’ve read quite a bit about alkalinity and acidity, and know it has a huge affect on our bodies, as does inflammation. And for a complete change of pace, you have written a book about Mimbres Pottery. What drew you to this particular cultural style of pottery? Why is it important?

Bara: In Santa Fe, New Mexico, I attended a lecture by a scholar on Mimbres pots. He showed beautiful artwork done by the ancient Mimbrenos (Natives from the area of Mexico, New Mexico, and Arizona) yet he and his colleagues did not know what the symbols mean and why there is a hole in the precious pots. My research had lead me to rediscover the spiritual meanings of these symbols (including the hole) and to visit Professor Herman Wirth, whose work on ancient symbols – on a more worldly but sacred basis – confirmed my findings. I had to give the spiritual message of the ancient symbols to the modern Natives who continue the art of their ancestors. The (W)Hole Book on Mimbres Pots explains many symbols and their spiritual origin, and explains, why a hole is knocked in the precious pots. The Mimbres hole is also mentioned in the Bible, however, the churches do not know it yet.

That may be a book I’ll have to read. I’m currently volunteering at my local archaeology center, curating artifacts, and I think that would be a fascinating subject.  Are you working on anything new right now? What is it, and when might people expect to see it available?

Bara: I have manuscripts that are decades old and still ahead of time. I am computerizing, as far as time allows, one that gives more insights into face and behavior readings on four levels for the interested to use, including easy to acquire remedies. Another exciting manuscript – if the mice did not eat it in storage – is The Origin of the Hebrew Tree of Life from about 1982. I discovered its origin within a week of searching. This manuscript explains why the Jewish people were the chosen ones to keep the message, yet they forgot. Jesus formulated it as a prayer! Professor Gershom Scholem, greatest scholar of Jewish symbolism including the Kabala Tree of Life, had written that the origin of this tree is not for men to know: only God knows. I sent him a message twice without any reply. Only years later I realized that Professor Scholem had died around that time. After my discovery I joked that now God and Bara knew, yet people did not like this saying, not believing me. In the later 1980s, a Jewish grant-giving society rejected to fund publishing the project, and a publisher in Germany told me in the 1990s that if he would publish this manuscript, all his well-selling books on the subject would be outdated and no longer sell. – When the student is ready, the book will appear.

Thank you so much, Bara, for sharing all this amazing information with us. If people want to know more, how can they find you?

 

Twitter: @NuAncientSecret

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LinkedIn: Dr. Bara H. Loveland

 


Melissa Bowersock
Melissa Bowersock is an eclectic, award-winning author who writes in a variety of fiction and non-fiction genres: biography, contemporary, western, action, romance, fantasy, paranormal and spiritual. She has been both traditionally and independently published and is a regular contributor to the superblog Indies Unlimited. She lives in a small community in northern Arizona with her husband and an Airedale terrier. She also writes under the pen name Amber Flame. Check out all her books at www.newmoonrising.net.

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