To those who put in so much energy into the meetings around the country - on behalf of the industry as a whole, Dennis and I want to say a hearty well done! To us it was a bit of a deja vu as we were part of an earlier group who stepped up for the consumer’s right to freedom of choice of a health care practitioner. I must admit, when I saw so many at the meeting, and found that they have some idea of what the industry is facing, I thought I may be preaching to the converted.
We have another review of Makara’s Mission to share, this one by Kristy Harrison and her daughter Elise Harrison, from the Huon News who came to the launch at Fuller’s Bookstore on 15th June. Thank you both for sharing and taking the time to write your articles. "Makara’s Mission explores the idea of a man who believes he is the reincarnation of Jesus living in the modern world. It is an excuse to step out of the real world to commune with the nature spirits. The book jumps f
You may or may not be aware but there are currently heavy forces at work to discredit the use of homoeopathy in all forms and at the highest levels. A major new documentary is starting to screen across the country - Just One Drop - to answer the fradulent claims made by specific 'focus groups'. Having Leisa Goddard and her team to support the Australian Homoeopathic Association is the best thing for the industry, as I said in a comment to Samantha Bullock from the Natural Med
The symbology behind the star and the symbols it contains are all relevant to the story. To include the many and varied meanings of each symbol would result in another book so I’ll just keep to the reasons why each one was chosen for Makara’s Mission. First, I will confirm that yes I did create and paint the cover, while my daughter Angela McPherson did the text layout. Words cannot express my gratitude to her and Dennis, my patient husband and the rest of the family for thei
New novel explores idea of ascended master returning to Earth
to right wrongs of the past Ruth Sharkey announces publication of ‘Makara’s Mission’ WOODBRIDGE, Australia — Contemplating why an ascended master would return to Earth where his teachings were misinterpreted, Ruth Sharkey wrote “Makara’s Mission” (published by Balboa Press) to delve into the challenges such a man would face. Incorporating myths, beliefs and traditions alongside modern political intrigue, religious
Now that I am in the last quarter of my current existence – always assuming I reach 100 – I feel able to reflect on what might have been. At high school archaeology really appealed, then the attention was drawn to investigative journalism, and there is a vague regret over never learning to play the piano. Looking at my career one could say I have achieved my goals. The first two choices involved digging into the unknown, which I’ve done and uncovered many secrets, while the c
More news on the progress of Makara’s Mission, although the book is firmly within the grip of Mercury’s retrograde motion, the alterations are being done and those who have books with fairies instead of firies driving fire trucks (see page 81) will be pleased to know they own a copy of Makara’s Mission which is a limited edition. That is not to say the nature kingdom hasn’t been well represented in the book, as Petula, John’s wife, is a firm believer in the hidden mysteries o