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The All Raw Times website covers almost all aspects of raw diets, including raw foods diets which include animal products. While not a primary source, but rather more of a reporting medium, you will almost always find at least a few articles on RAF/RVAF diets at this site.
The negative hydrogen ion (also known as the H-minus ion) is mainly found in nature as a powerful antioxidant nutrient in raw, unprocessed foods and in unprocessed water from certain wild sources. The Negative Hydrogen Ion website, at http://h-minus-ion.vpinf.com - is an educational website on this ion, containing even more information on this ion and its sources than found on the pages of this website.
While not a primary source, but rather a quarterly magazine devoted to raw foods diets, Natural Health Many-To-Many (M2M) magazine explicitly includes coverage and articles of raw foods diets which include animal products.
Ward Nicholson's Beyond
(aka "BeyondVeg") website, largely founded by raw foodists and ex-raw
aims to look at diets which are more inclusive than raw vegan diets.
many of the possibilities examined are RVAF dietary approaches, there
also some advocacy of cooked Paleolithic diets at this site. In the
author's own words:
Already listed in links above on Paleo diets, The Paleolithic Diet website covers all types and versions of Paleolithic diets, including both cooked and raw, and anything in-between. This is a very comprehensive website, with literally hundreds of good links to sites and pages on these topics, including wild foraging, Paleo recipes and more. In the site author's own words: "www.PaleoDiet.com - The Paleolithic Diet Page; What the Hunter/Gatherers Ate"
The "Free World Order" maintains a Raw Foods Directory website which contains links to many raw foods pages and sources, including a number on RAF/RVAF diets. However, (just like you!) I too am wondering what the "Free World Order" is, but their "information" page is an empty page, and thus I have little idea of their agenda!
The Living and Raw Foods website is a large educational website devoted to primarily to vegetarian raw foods diets. However, this site also has a Personal Ads section, and in there one (hopefully single!) can find ads from folks who run the gamut from raw vegan to fully-RVAF. On a bit of a strange note, although this site requires that folks who post or use personal ads must certify that they eat at least 85% raw, every woman who has contacted me thru this service in response to a personal ad has eaten a largely cooked diet! The site is known both as RawFoods.com and Living-Foods.com. Click here to visit living-foods.com
The Live Feast website, operated by David Favor, promotes a diet which is largely raw vegan. However, he offers some interesting views on minerals, trace minerals and on nutrition in general, and I feel that this site is well worth a visit! David also offers, via the site, some interesting nutritional supplements for raw foodists.
There is now an Australian site devoted to RVAF diets and to helping folks in Australia locate raw foods sources. The website is named Live Food Oz -- click here to visit it!
Shirley's Wellness Cafe is an educational website devoted solely to raw foods diets of all kinds, although primarily vegan raw foods diets.
Durian! Lastly, if you eat a raw diet of any kind, you simply must know about durian, the fruit of the gods, absolutely the most incredible food on earth. Follow this link to learn more about this native Asian fruit, which is also called "stinky fruit".
Sungazing, aka sun gazing, solar gazing or sun staring -- Yes, staring at the sun, also known as sun gazing or solar yoga; this has been practiced throughout the ages within a number of cultures and traditions. I (the author of this site) have been sungazing since 1987. For more information on sungazing, including some well-known folks in the field and also the different traditions, please see the page on this website entitled Sungazing -- Observations and Notes
Consortia of beneficial syntropic antioxidative microbes (SAM), and particularly SAM Type 4 consortia were mentioned several times on this site. Beneficial microbial consortia of this type are used worldwide and have found uses in a number of different fields and areas of human endeavors. It is likely safe to say that the single largest areas of utility of these SAM Type 4 microbial consortia are in agriculture (and even moreso within the realms of organic farming and sustainable farming), bioremediation of soil and water, waste management and odor control. To learn more about syntropic antioxidative microbial consortia in the SAM Type 4 category, please feel free to visit http://sam.vmicrobial.info/index.html#samtype4.
Sites which offer resources for healing, inner spiritual growth, emotional self-management, or related topics:
For some highly effective tools and techniques for opening the heart, becoming more free, creating the life you want, and reaching greater spiritual freedom, please check out my HeartRelease website!
Consulting, R&D and Prototype Development in Subtle Energy or Quantum Effects Realm -- The Coherent Space Quantum Coherence Website -- I happen to have a strong background in the sciences and in engineering and physics, and I have for many years performed research and development (R&D) work in several realms often subsumed under the term "subtle energies" or "subtle quantum effects", and particularly in the realm of technologies which appear to protect people and animals (and sensitive electronic equipment) against some of the harmful effects of EMF radiation produced by the modern power grid and also emitted by manmade electrical and electronic devices.
as of July
2003, Lester Levenson's autobiography has finally been published in a
formal book form, and is now available at
Amazon.com. You may
already know that his autobiography is titled "No Attachments, No
and has been available for years, due to Larry Crane's efforts, in a
photocopied spiral-bound softcover form. However, that form appeared a
bit "casual" or slip-shod to a few folks, but it was really a gem,
the main body of the book also contained some handwritten editing
penned by Lester after the book had first been printed.
handwritten notes were a lot of fun to read, and sometimes cast further
light on whatever topic was at hand. If you do have access to
of that pre-publication "casual" version, please be advised that the
in the main part of the book which appear in handwriting are Lester's
but that some other editing comments appear in block printing in
handwriting, particularly at the end of the book. Those
were not written by Lester, but rather by a later editor at the Sedona
Center years ago, and I learned to ignore them when I encountered
Lester was also very private and reclusive in other ways, always wanting to remain anonymous and to allow only the message of love and acceptance to be broadcast, minus and personal appellations. In addition to the use of "Siegel" as a surname, he also tried very much to avoid being photographed, and, as a result, the folks who studied with him in Sedona at the Center thru the early 1990's have only a very few photos of Lester from that entire 30-odd year span of Lester's life when he was teaching.
Along the lines of the above, I received an e-mail last week from my friend Don, who had worked with Larry for years and had helped Larry to compile the pre-publication photocopied version of the book, and in his letter he touched upon the same topic or Lester's reluctance to be "known" as a teacher or guru-type. Here is an excerpt from Don's e-mail to me:
".....You know, an interesting thing happened when I was helping Larry with the cover of that book. Lester *did* say hello. I was putting Lester's picture on the front cover and my computer kept crashing. It just wasn't coming together. Then within about an hour or so, I got a call from Larry saying that Lester came to him and he didn't want his name on the book! You may or may not be aware that Lester referred to himself as Siegel, not Levenson, throughout the book. Larry went through and tried to correct all those references, but missed a couple. What a cute and beautiful thing! For the discerning reader, there were still clues that Lester wanted it to be about the method, not him."
You may find the
book at Amazon
Pam Clements, Remote Energy Healer
Since I'm a spiritual healer & researcher, folks often ask me to recommend remote healers for them. While I know many remote healers, there are few whom I ever recommend to others. One of the very few remote healers whom I ever recommend is my colleague Pam Clements, a remote energy healer who resides in western Michigan. Pam's website may be found at: http://pamclements.divine-heart.org/
Some short stories by the author; some are fictional and some non-fiction, located in a subdirectory on this site.
This freely-offered educational website has been totally self-supported by the author, Vinny Pinto, since its inception (and many of my websites were started between August 2000 and June 2003). While I offer the content on this website freely, as a gift to all from my heart, it is quite obvious that not only did my research in these realms (and also my training, including formal education, that allowed me to offer this material in the first place) incur costs, but there are also monthly and yearly costs associated with web hosting, domain registration, etc. As you have likely noticed, I have chosen not to accept any advertising on any of my websites. As a result of all of these factors, any funds that you might choose to donate toward supporting my research work and this site will be very much appreciated.
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