Phenylalanine and Epinephrine – Taylor’s Report

Posted on October 26, 2010
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Phenylalanine: Appeared as an Emperor. He explained that he provides information and instructions to other neurotransmitters. He’s one of the more common NT’s and can cross the blood-brain barrier. He showed me a network and his role in that network was that of an overseer of sorts.

Epinephrine otherwise known as Adrenaline appeared as a yellow cloud with flashing eyes. He explained how he stimulated the body, and how pain and other sensations could activate him and help him activate the body to handle whatever needed to be experienced.

My partner Kat also had some intriguing experiences. She’s going to start posting on here as well.

Book Review: Sorcerer’s Stone by Dennis Hauck

This is an excellent beginner primer to Western Alchemy and its tenets. The author does a good job of presenting and explaining the symbolism of Western Alchemy, and the relationship of the planetary and elemental energies to alchemy. More importantly, he emphasizes the importance of doing internal work and explains how Western Alchemy can be used for internal work. This is an excellent starter book for anyone who wants to learn about the fundamental basics of alchemy.

You can order the book on Amazon (Affiliate link) or on Powells (affiliate link)

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