Morphogenesis - Priestessing on the edge of chaos
Morphogenesis from the Greek morphe, form and genesis, coming into being

Wednesday, September 29, 2004day link 

 Olivia Robertson Visits Los Angeles
29 Sep 2004 @ 21:36
The Iseums of Isis Pelagia, Queen of Heaven, Vox Aletheia,
the Lady of Mystery, and Bunni Hotep,
the Temple of Isis Los Angeles and Long Beach WomanSpirit
invite you to join us in Ritual
to celebrate the visit of
Olivia Robertson, co-founder of the Fellowship of Isis,
to Southern California
Saturday 2 October 2004, 11AM

Bringing Our Best Selves to Service of the Goddess

Our heartbeats
are the music for the dance of our lives
Let the vibrations of our beating hearts draw
us together to heal the hurts and discover the
beauty and magic of knowing what truly
lies within, and the gifts the Goddess
has for us as we follow her wis-
dom. In so doing, we may
manifest our best selves
to enrich our lives and
our service to the

Place: Unitarian Church, Long Beach, 5450 Atherton
(just west of Bellflower between the 405 and 7th Street)
Please RSVP by email so we'll know how many chairs to set up!!
Donations gratefully accepted to help pay for our space rental.
Event not sponsored by Unitarian Church

 I'm Back...
picture 29 Sep 2004 @ 00:38
Wow, it has been a long time since I blogged. Where to begin.

Today, one of my old housemates, John Roulac, of Nutiva stopped by to visit. He let me know:

Hemp Food Industry Wins 3-Year Battle
From a Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles Times
September 28, 2004

The hemp food industry declared victory Monday in its three-year battle over the federal government's effort to ban sales and consumption of bread, protein powders and other food products made from the psychoactively benign botanical cousin of marijuana.

Federal officials declined to appeal a February ruling by the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals rejecting the Drug Enforcement Administration's attempts to block sales and consumption of hemp foods.

"It's a great legal victory," said John W. Roulac, chief executive of Nutiva, a Sebastopol, Calif., producer of hemp protein powder and nutrition bars.

Boosters say that hemp seeds and oils contain only trace amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, the intoxicating ingredient in cannabis, but are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids and other helpful nutrients.

Copyright 2004 Los Angeles Times

Congratulations, John!

Well just in time too. Christiane Northrup, MD gave a plug for two Nutiva products in her August 2004 eletter

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