Baba means grandmother or old woman, but in this case I think it could be similar toBaba Yaga – an Eastern witch-like woman who is sometimes portrayed as a wise giver of advice for those that seek it from her.
Indeed that’s what she was. People would line up to get advice on loved ones, illnesses, etc. She had a good knowledge of herbal remedies and prescribed these often. She was also able to communicate with spirits and could “see” a person’s life and intentions as though it were a movie to her.
About ET Spirit Organization
Our Core Values – ET SPIRIT ORGANIZATION
For Everyone, Everywhere
From the beginning,
We have always been available on mobile devices around the world and through now through etspirit.org enabling access to stories everywhere.
As new platforms have been adopted, ET spirit has evolved along with them, enabling users of all languages to participate in the ET SPIRIT ORGANIZATION story.
We are committed to creating a democratic space for everyone to find entertaining stories to read wherever they are.
Through how we build what we create, who we connect with and with what we choose to read, we aim to inspire by being the best way to distribute and tell stories.
Everyone is a protagonist of the story of our own body-mind-spirits having the birth-life-death experiences we share and we are sharing our narratives to inspire and entertain other members of the community.
Be Friendly & Generous
ET Spirit is a community of readers, writers and staff.
Every user contributes to making ET SPIRIT a positive, open space to share stories, provide encouragement and to support discovery and creativity.
ET SPIRIT org. maintains a zero tolerance policy for cyberbullying and works with users to discourage and remove harmful behavior.
Facilitate and promote self-expression
Sharing a story can happen between people, across platforms and geographic boundaries, through text, images, film and conversations.
ET Spirit .org is a hybrid of reading and writing where everyone is able to interact in the same space, becoming a part of the larger story.
One can find readers and writers on every page, through conversations and within the stories themselves.
Reading and writing stories is one way to express and share a bit of ourselves with others. We aim to build a space where everyone can connect their true selves.
Conversations enrich the story telling experience and are one of the best ways for all users to tell their own stories through discovery and sharing what they like.
ET Spirit Org members and users connect in real time, across devices and through integrated social networks, inviting others into their conversations and building the ET Spirit story experience.
Create a fun experience
Sharing stories is one of the oldest forms of social entertainment.
Across every device and browser, ET SPIRIT strives to deliver new story experiences for users to personalize and make their own in ways that are fun for them.
We believe that the more fun people have on ET Spirit, the stronger our story will be; as a whole and individually.
The number of ET Spirit stories increases exponentially every day, challenging us to create better, faster ways to connect readers to stories and writers.
Sharing and using ET Spirit.org should be intuitive and direct – that’s the way we work and that’s how we strive to make our websites and stories work.
ET Spirit is about always improving the way users create and discover their best selves.
Writers can access resources for guidance on improving their stories and the scope of their reach through social connections.
The ET Spirit Organization is the real story for users, readers and writers to create non-fiction from the fiction of our imaginations in the future of science and spirit we know as cosmology.
Why ET Spirit?
Write the next chapter of your career with us. If you are passionate about social, mobile and Internet, then we have just the place for you! Share time in space with us on the internet and meet others.
GOLDEN AGE OF COSMOLOGY
By: Theresa J. Morris COPYRIGHT PAGE
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Historical Fiction with locales noted on the North American Continent including Canada, and USA.
ALSO” PAUL BURLEY – SPIRITUAL FRIEND OF TJ MORRIS
HAS A NEW BOOK – SPIRITUAL SPHERE!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
“There is a cosmic consciousness within us that, through use of symbols, allows us to comprehend and communicate our relationship with the earth, the universe, and life itself. This is a common thread binding the fabric of all mankind. This is the nature of the Sacred Sphere.”
Paul D. Burley
Who is this person writing about ancient and indigenous people, symbols and spheres and such?
My father was a civil engineer, my mother a teacher. I was born in the upper peninsula of Michigan, and by the age of 15 I had lived in numerous places between Buffalo, New York and Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
I earned Bachelor of Civil Engineering and Bachelor of Science – Geology degrees from the University of Minnesota, and promptly married my high school sweetheart before moving to Illinois to work for the Department of Transportation. After a few years cutting my teeth in design, construction, and project management I turned to consulting in the arenas of geotechnical engineering and environmental geology, and for 11 years owned a consulting company operating form offices in Montana and Minnesota. Over the course of 30 years I’ve investigated physical landscapes and historical cultural developments of thousands of sites across North America.
In tandem with my professional services, I’ve always had particular interest include the history of architecture, engineering, science and technology, and indigenous and ancient religions. Since 2003 I’ve been studying world mythology and the record of graphic and architectural symbolism expressed in secular and spiritual traditions around the world. I’ve presented professional papers addressing numerous engineering and environmental concerns, as well as archeological and ethnographic analyses of the Lakota people on the northern Great Plains, and the symbolism found in sacred pre-historic artifacts. This journey to understand the meaning of Native American medicine wheels led me to research religious symbolism and the cosmic consciousness exhibited by humankind throughout time. Results of this study resulted in a new paradigm in the understanding of the sacred life way of indigenous people. I’m also the author of “The Business Owner’s Guide to Environmental Site Assessment”. My sweetheart and I reside in northern Minnesota.
I began writing The Sacred Sphere about two years ago. It is a fully-illustrated book presenting the history of the circle as a two dimensional representation of the sphere, symbolizing mankind’s relationships with each other, the world, the cosmos, and the Creator. The book is written for people interested in ancient cross-cultural mythologies, timeless religious and spiritual principles and practices expressed in traditions as varied as mathematics and monumental architecture, and mankind’s growing concern for our relationship with Earth. It describes evidence in mythology and archaeology for prehistoric and historic social and cultural symbolism, mythical and cultural symbolic expressions of the human condition, and modern personal relationships within the larger community. These interests and concerns are inherent in all cultures. Unlike all other accounts addressing historical symbolism, the book is the first to detail the origin, mysticism, and world-wide spiritual and cultural history of the sphere as a symbol of relationships vital to humankind.