Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, July 5, I97Z Birthdnle, name, affect life cycle Itudy of vibrations part of numerology AWARD OF MERIT Mrs. Frances Gardner, supervisor of the rehabilitclion work- ihop, was recently honored wilh the Gold Crutch Award cf Merit, The presentation Vrtis made in appreciation of llie work she has done wirh i.Se handicapped. l( was awarded by the Alberla Rehabililation Council for 1he Disabled. By TUIIIC Herald ftaff Wrilcr Numerology is the siudy of attitudes, and a measurement and calculation which can bring realizalioti of ivhy we are here as 1111111211 beings. It is a method which is used lo apply knowledge of an in- dividual's unique cycle to the manner in wh'ch his lil'e is being lived, and the knowledge he is nttniiiing. Mrs. Daryl Slurrcck i s a and hn.s been ac- livc in the psychic arts since she was 15 years old. For her. numerology is a way of life, a way of under- standing and planning all cy- cles. "We all live by she said, "and all cycles are not Ifce same. Each individual has a cycle applicable to only that person." In an explanation of her be- liefs in numerology, Mrs. Stur- rock said "all things have their own specific vibration levels, aril nil things exis; in that vibration nlane suited to them." She ssjd that humna be.'ngs are "valuing intelligences." who can vibrations j through thoiijM. processes, and i Ihst cnch IhciiFrit "exists j on, without being changed 1 or destroyed." i In man, said there are i Ihree levels of consciousness; the spiritual, which Is the source of all thought, regard- less of its quality, and the source of inspiration and aspir- ation; The menial, which is the source of reason and logic: And the physicd, which puts thoughts and ideas Into action. She said that "nothing physi- cal is capable of doing any- thing without the first and sec- ond powers." As well as us'ng numerology ss a guide, Mrs. Sturrock ap- plies esoteric laws to her life, wliich incorporate knowledge of life beyond the accepted five senses. "Mcst of us blunder l.vough life with three she scid. "but we are capable of much more. "We arc dealing wilh laws that make communication pos- sible, and we should be using all senses to achieve it." Slie Ea'd the body is a vehicle which obe3's what is thought, puts irto action the inspirations, aspirations, desires, lempers and emotions. "These ideas come from a source outside said Mrs. Sturrock, "and they need j brain cells to be put lo use. I Mrs. Sturrock, who has been imolved in numerology for 1C years, said "no barriers exist in esoteric law." "The more alert you are to she said, "the I more skill and knowledge you can colled. "Learning lo umlersland thci Family Living psychic and numerology isn't done through daises. You have it within you, and are aware of it and search to develop IJart cf numerology is the be- lief that "intelligence has Iwen earned through past livei." Mrs. SUirrock said reality docs not change, and her reali- ties include vibrations, molion and intelligence. "None of ttee things is measurable." she said, "but they do "Society is she said, "what can't he mca-iured is dis- "Man Is here to gain wisdom in jiislice, fairness, mercy, sympathy and kindness." Through Ihc lives which available to an infelllgenct, tills wisdom can he gained, and once it been, that intelli- gence (soul) continues to a greater level, and helps others to reach Iheir wisdom. "Ko human being can con- tact anything outside of its own said Mrs. Slur- rock, "hut the other intelli- gences may reach us." In applying numerology to a counted, and is never under-1 person's life, Mrs. Sturrock stood. We are a ridiculing and skeptic people. We have to have proof for everything that hap- pens. ''Everybody has psychic ahil- itis1-, tho-e who use them have go; the courage Ihut gcss with' for all souls to draw it. The others just hide it.1' upon for use during a In life, Mrs. Sturrock said Personal vibrations, found said "yon must be exact and vci-y careful it's a slu'dy." "Vibration is the moLivating said Mrs. Sturrock, "and a supply of intelligence "LEO DANAL" Summer Dress SPI Colorful, core-free dresses yours for a tiny price! SPECIAL Hey I here! Drcp every rush to Eaton's. Got in en a sensa- tional Summer dress buy. Fr2sh, pretty dresses only 7.99 each. There's lots to choose Ccol, sleeveless styles. Flattering shcrt- sleeve styles. Even o sundress. All in o crisp, care-free blend of ond colfon. Pop 'em in your washer and dryer out they come as fresh and pretty as before. Sizes 10 to 20, to 24V'2 collectively. RERSONM SHOPPING ONLY. 0'd C.T. EATON'S BUY LINE 328-8811 SHOP EATON'S THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FROM 9 TIL 9 people are exactly what they want lo be. "We choose lo be born of our she said, "lo gain the specific knowledge we want through Ihe environment our parents can provide. Triumph claimed for wives and calculated through the use of digits, are present in a birth- dale and in Hie person's name. vibrations should complement other." she said, "as they designate a qual- ity of thouRlit." The use of numbers presents i a medium of reality which is a i measurement, ycslc-d on a like basis to musical notes. By tie portion of the digits, a competent numerologist can j translate their meaning to the individual's 1'fe cycle, and de- termine IraiLs and characteris- tics dominant or recessive. Mrs. Sturrock said numerolo- gy and tbe psychic can be used lo each person's benefit if properly used and under- stood. OTTAWA 'CF) -A small triumph fur women's rights has i bean registered in the almost all-male Commons. Doughty Grace Maclnnis (MDP Ihe only woman in the Com-1 mons and a persistent cam-1 paigiier for recognition of j women's righls. was the author j of the victory, wilh Manpower I Minister Bryce Maekasey an I ally. I She won acceptance of a four-line insert in government legislation ensuring that federal occupational-training allow- ances will be available to wives who want to break out of the kitchen and learn a new trade. Afr. Mackasey, v.-lule remark- ing that the training-allowances bill as originally drafted would really have covered women, nevertheless accepted the rein- forcing amendment as "a trib- ute to the honorable lady" and her long-standing campaigning for women's rights. Airs. Alaclnnis's career has been noteworthy for her opposi- tion lo discrimination against women, the minister said. "In- deed, she has become synony- mous with this battle, which IB only beginning but which at least is progressing along right lines." ME.Y WEAR APRONS However, in the midst of the tribute, Mr. Mackasey delivered a lib insisting that the Maclnnis amendment be reworded to sub- j stitute the word persons for I women. Men do housework now- adays, too, he said. The legislation broadens the definition of those eligible for job-training allowances to any- one a year past school-leaving age. It had been restricted to persons with at least three years in the work force. Mrs. Maclnnis, 66, accus- tomed to fighting losing causes, appeared to be taken aback by the minister's acceptance of the amendment. His generosily, she said, was exceeded only by his wisdom in suggesting substitution of the word "person" for "woman." "But I did not know the min- ister was prepared to look far enough ahead to the point at which men would lie doing household work on a large scale along with women, and that is exactly it should be." The teachings of numerology and of religion are the same, si-.e said, wilh "following the golden rule" being the "gist of it all." "Clirisl didn't leach denomin- she said, "if you be- lieve in God. you won't be segregated by denominations. "Life is practical, and you have lo learn to understand il, not fret over it." J, out of t own Mr. Robert Gooder Mi wife, Gail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bickman of Leth- bridge, have left on a five-week university tour of Greece. Mr. and Mrs. Gooder wifl also visit Israel before return- ing home to Calgary In August.