Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Special Holy Day Series - The Biblical High Holy Days

The Appointed Seasons of Yah
Part 1
by Yehuda H. Cohane

The time is fastly approaching for the entering in of the High Holy Day season.

From Jerusalem we will usher in Shabbatone Zechrone Thruah (Sabbath in Remembrance of the Creative Spirit/Sound) on September 12/13, Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement) on September 21/22, and Succot (The Feast of Tabernacles) on September 26/27 opening; and it’s closing October 3/4, 2007.

The keeping of these holy cycles of Yah Yisrael are paramount in the life of any God fearing individual; they were never done away with, as religious institutions would have the human family to believe.

All ancient Edenic scholars taught the observance of the annual High Holy Days given unto us by Yah. It was not until after the Middle Ages that new ordinances, originating in Rome, came forth. When the Holy Lands were conquered by Europe, a new scholar, who represented the institutions of Europe, emerged as the authority of God and true worship. The European scholar gave no respect to truth, neither did he desire to worship according to ancient Edenic culture. Pagan customs, rituals and worship were placed in the stead of Yah’s traditions. Yah’s guiding spirit was supplanted by the establishment of many religions which authored a way of life which was in direct opposition to Yah and his truth. These same religious institutions have been the creators of today’s evil culture and society.

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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Obesity rates climbed in 31 states in U.S.

Mississippi ranked No. 1 with 30 percent overweight, study found
Associated Press

WASHINGTON - Loosen the belt buckle another notch: Obesity rates continued to climb in 31 states last year, and no state showed a decline.

Mississippi became the first state to crack the 30 percent barrier for adults considered to be obese. West Virginia and Alabama were just behind, according to the Trust for America’s Health, a research group that focuses on disease prevention.

A lack of exercise is a huge factor in obesity rates. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found last year that more than 22 percent of Americans did not engage in any physical activity in the past month. The percentage is greater than 30 percent in four states: Mississippi, Louisiana, Kentucky and Tennessee.

See: Obesity rates rise in 31 states