Saturday, 29 December 2007

Ancient Wisdom...

Did you know you could read the whole of the Essene Gospel of Peace online for free? I didn’t, until yesterday…then I found this Essene site and had some fun poking about and seeing what Jesus apparently shared about living foods – here’s a great excerpt from Book 1:

I do say to you: Kill neither men, nor beasts, nor yet the food which goes into your mouth. For if you eat living food, the same will quicken you, but if you kill your food, the dead food will kill you also. For life comes only from life, and from death comes always death. For everything which kills your foods, kills your bodies also. And everything which kills your bodies kills your souls also. And your bodies become what your foods are, even as your spirits, likewise, become what your thoughts are. Therefore, eat not anything which fire, or frost, or water has destroyed. For burned, frozen and rotted foods will burn, freeze and rot your body also. Be not like the foolish husbandman who sowed in his ground cooked, and frozen, and rotten seeds. And the autumn came, and his fields bore nothing. And great was his distress. But be like that husbandman who sowed in his field living seed, and whose field bore living ears of wheat, paying a hundredfold for the seeds which he planted. For I tell you truly, live only by the fire of life, and prepare not your foods with the fire of death, which kills your foods, your bodies and your souls also."

Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee-HAH :) Tell it like it is, brother… ;) You can read the whole thing over at this site:
Enjoy :)

on December the 27th I had:

2 cups water
1 lb cherries
1 pint all-the-greens-in-the-fridge/daikon/carrot/apple/cucumber/turmeric juice
small slice of mango/macadamia raw cheesecake with bowl of grawnola with fresh sliced banana and homemade macadamia cream
1 quart water
1 pint beet green/fennel/cucumber/lettuce/tatsoi/random greens/carrot/apple juice
bowl of cucumber cream = blended cucumber/avo/garlic/lime juice/salt with a bowl of chopped fresh tomatoes covered with basil pesto and flax crackers
3 cups water

I think it’s time to play the fun game again of ‘what have people been punching into Google to end up on this blog?’. If you’ve been reading here for a while, you’ll know I mentioned before that there is a part of the stats data for this site that shows me how people ended up looking at this blog – what they were searching for in Google which led them here…there are always some pretty fascinating enquiries in there – here are some recent examples:

*can you lose weight by eating a raw potato
*how do i make carob fudge with just water
*i have been detoxifying with bentonite my skin looks so nice
*how to get women on facebook
*cracao, Poland
*smelly pee wheatgrass
*her angry enema bag
*i ate fresh pineapple and my tongue started to bleed

...???…yeeeeeeeees…well, I do hope these people all found some kind of useful information here to serve them, if not the exact cure for bleeding tongues, smelly pee or pacifying enema bags… ;) LOL… I LOVE the idea that Krakow in Poland could be re-named ‘Cracao’ instead though – perhaps we could organise a raw chocolate party there…any readers in Poland…??? ;) As for making carob fudge with JUST water…hmmm…I’m not sure if even the master of living foods himself – Jesus – could muster that one… ;)

on December the 28th I had:

3 cups water
1lb cherries
2 mangoes
1 pint beet green/fennel/cucumber/lettuce/tatsoi/random greens/carrot/apple juice
little bowl of buckwheatie grawnola cereal with chopped fresh banana and apple
1 quart water
1.5 cups beet green/fennel/cucumber/lettuce/tatsoi/random greens/carrot/apple juice
bowl of pesto soup: basil pesto blended with fresh tomatoes, ½ a cucumber, fresh garlic and hemp seeds, with sprouted lentils stirred in for chewing, served with chilli flax crackers
3 cups water

My hair is drenched in coconut oil today. I LOVE the smell of it. I run the oil through my hair like this from time-to-time and leave it in for about a day or so, to let the hair soak up lots of yummy nutrients and get soft and sleek, then I wash it out. I used to see people coat their hair in coconut oil all the time when I lived in Sri Lanka. I thought they were crazy back then…lol…in my pre-raw days, it looked so greasy and disgusting to me, especially in a hot and humid tropical climate…well, here I am a few years later, smothered in coconut oil myself in summertime and loving it ;) My favourite coconut oil is made by Cocopura (see HERE) – it feels soooooo clean and pure to me, smells fantastic, tastes great and comes in glass packaging too, to keep it more stable. It’s hand-harvested in the South Pacific Islands – not so far from where I am now…actually, I’m rather surprised at the scarcity of coconuts here in OZ – any that I have seen are either the imported white-husk young Thai Coconuts or big orange fresh cocos that are $5 EACH…huh??? Looking forward to getting to Thailand in a few months and back to an abundance of fresh cocos – yummmmmmm… ;)

One love,
Angela. xxx


  1. I don't live in Poland, but my great grandparents came to the United States from there. That makes me 1/4 polish. Also, I just happen to be having a raw chocolate menu for new years. I guess it is just a coincidence that I found raw chocolate party and Poland in the same sentence on your blog. I'll have to mention it on mine, too.

  2. Trying out the coconut conditioner now - you're right, it smells really yummy! :oD

  3. How do I caculate the number of calories in a juiced piece of fruit or vegetable? If an apple has 50 calories will the juice of that same apple have 50 calories? Thank you so much for your help!