Updates to Previous Meetings

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A few updates:
Ute Mueller who is an astro member who gave us a talk on BioDynamics is doing a BioDynamic Introduction for Gardeners on 17 March 2012, starting at 9 a.m. on her farm at Lapoinya featuring
The importance of BD
The role of the BD preparations and how to use them
Hands on compost making
The role of the cosmic influences, the BD gardening calendar and a quick introduction to different moon phases
Cost $50, $40 concession and members of Astrotas and the Greens.
Please bring your own lunch & drinks; morning and afternoon tea will be provided 🙂
enquiries to Ute Mueller utemueller@skymesh.com.au

Dr. Burzynski is still under attack (incredible isn’t it?) A former Burzynski patient from WA Shontelle Hiron has uploaded her video archive of the television reports that were done by A current affair to facebook: http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=309685522391642&id=318281183441
There is a new release of the video Cancer is serious business with extended footage available at the website www.burzynskimovie.com and if you want to show your friends it is now on the documentary channel for online viewing http://documentarychannel.com/movie.php?currID=9686&t=Burzynski:-Cancer-is-Serious-Business

http://www.waterdragoninc.com
I have tracked down some free copies of books pertinent to previous meetings on the internet:
The_Miracle_of_Fasting by Paul Bragg
” the third element of blood ” by Antoine Bechamp

(I still have several meeting reports to catch up on – notably uploading the video and photographs from the farm visit.) Happy New year! Carolyn Rutter VP

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