Lemon Balm Infused Oil

Wylde and Green

Lemon Balm, or you may know this herb as Melissa, is an easy plant to grow. It likes a sunny spot, and if it can be watered every now and again it will reward you with a big bushy plant very quickly – in fact a little too quickly at times – and it is also fantastically good for the bees.

My Lemon Balm is one of the oldest plants I have planted myself in the garden at around 10 years old, it is next to my Tess of the D’Urbervilles Rose (planted for my Daughter Tess), and in the summer provides a good contrast to the deepest pink of the rose with its fresh bright green leaves. Both plants magically are associated with Love, so they make a good companion planting combination. It does, however, get a little too big for its boots at times, and I need to…

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The seeds are sprouting

Koyopa Rising

Green grass sprout grow on dry land,concept background Each and every one of us has this Divine seed within, and it is easily accessible. Don’t allow anyone to tell you differently.

It took me 13 hours of travel time to get from Pueblo Colorado back to the Olympic Peninsula yesterday. I slept long and well last night, and this morning I awoke with a smile on my face. The people I met in Pueblo showed me that they will not allow the outer-world fear and darker voices to define them. They see. And they are acting on the Truth of who they are, right where they are. All that is needed to awaken the dormant seed within us is a willingness to feel again; along with a little light, a sense of rootedness in the Earth, a deeper inhalation of breath, and a welcome reconnection with the waters of life. With this, up sprouts the Divine Soul, ready…

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Me and my pri-mates! Anti-poaching ranger’s extraordinary selfies with two gorillas in Congo national park

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Me and my pri-mates! Anti-poaching ranger’s extraordinary selfies with two gorillas that look almost HUMAN in Congo national park

Source: Daily Mail

Two gorillas at the Virunga National Park in Congo looked extraordinarily human-like as they posed for selfies with anti-poaching rangers.


Virunga, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, has 600 dedicated rangers and two of them snapped the heart-warming series of selfies with the gorillas who can weight up to 400lbs.

One shows the gorillas standing upright behind the men, while another titled ‘family time’ shows one of the rangers, Patrick Sadiki with the primates, Ndakasi and Matabishi cuddling up to him.

The latest picture, posted on Thursday, garnered over 12 thousand likes and 14 thousand shares on Facebook at the time of writing.

It was titled ‘another day at the office’ and one person, Pernilla Winterskiöld, replied: ‘Wow, that is an awesome office you’ve got there. Stay safe and thank…

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Oestre’s Gate

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DSC04498 - CopyPearlescent ‘Eremor’ Leonine Soul Orb escorts a Grey orb through a portal in the Hu Shi asterism, with stars Canopus and Sirius to the left and right below, April 2nd 2019.

Dear All,

Following on from the previous post about a far-reaching rebirth of Carian energies connected with Earth and galactically, the March-April energy flows are peaking now in ‘resurrection of the Golden Frequency’ mode through the Full Moon into Easter/Oestre. The ancient Roman mother goddess Oestre’s symbols of eggs and rabbits ~ new life and fertility ~ continued through the Christian Easter festival of resurrection. Christed energy from a higher dimensional perspective ‘opens the 3D box from within’, which we’ll come to later in this post.

Through the last month, there’s been a continuous defusing of control-oriented energy constructs and entities releasing from lower astral hubs and pockets under the Earth’s crust (and those attempting to enter it being…

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Lasagne Verdi

Wylde and Green

Seasonal eating in spring, is fresh, bright and full of delicate flavors. Spring greens, are one of the staples of the season and this is a wonderful recipe for packing as many of them as possible into one tasty dish;


  • 250g lasagne verdi sheets
  • 600ml whole organic milk
  • 2 onion, diced
  • 1 tsp black peppercorns
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 100g butter, 80g for sauce, 20g for the filling
  • 55g plain flour
  • 200ml double cream
  • ½ nutmeg, grated
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 500g leeks, halved lengthwise and cut into 5mm slices
  • 500g courgette, coarsely grated
  • 5 cloves garlic , grated
  • 25g fresh basil, finely chopped
  • 450g spring greens, sliced into 1cm strips
  • 250g ready to eat puy lentils
  • 1 good handful parmesan


  1. Preheat oven to 200°C/180°C fan/gas 6 and butter a lasagne dish, roughly 20cm x 28cm. To infuse the milk, pour it into a saucepan and add one onion…

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Norwegian Easter: time for ash and crime

Stories from the Wood Wide Web

“These yellow flowers are the heralds of spring,” my friend told me in a small road trip in the coastal area of Norway. He pointed to coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara) at the side of the road. In his mother tongue it is hestehov

I asked him to stop the car and found myself plucking the yellow wildflowers. I felt back like a child, and it felt right. 

It reminded me also to the ancient-Greek myth of Persephone, whose life really began when she decided to pluck wildflowers. Once she was goddess of vegetation but eventually became the Queen of the Underworld. She was the daughter of Zeus and Demeter. Her myths explain the change of the seasons, making her a very important part of Greek culture.

The change of seasons

While she went plucking, she got abducted by Hades, who was madly in love with her. Nobody had seen the kidnapping and a frantic…

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