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December 14, 2014


Compound in cocoa found to reverse age-related memory loss – The Washington Post

October 28, 2014

Sacred Steve of Sacred Chocolate on RAW LIVING RADIO Tuesday Oct 21st 2pm PST

October 20, 2014

Join us for the latest edition of the Raw Living Radio Show where we’ll once again be rawking the radio world! Your hosts Mixtress Hava and Clementine Libre will be joined by Sacred Chocolate creator, Steve Adler. Steve, a/k/a Sacred Steve will be sharing with us on the topic of putting love into the chocolate and why love is the most important ingredient in any recipe. So join us this Tuesday at 2pm PST for this must hear show!

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September 22, 2014
This is pretty awesome, and it only takes A minute!

Hong Kong movie theater asks its patrons to leave their cellphones ON
when they enter the movie.
Using that, Volkswagen made an eye opening ad…
More than 1.5 million views in 3 days!
After viewing, please forward

Sacred Chocolate New Logo Feedback Request

September 14, 2014

Dear Friends & Family,

Sacred Chocolate is rebranding for the launch of our new Rectangular Chocolate Bar line.

If you have the time and are interested, we would appreciate any critical feedback you have on the attached logo, positive, negative or whatever.


Sacred Steve


Jeshua Quote

September 13, 2014

Quote from Jeshua:

"Love is universally free. Thus, in being love, so are you. Your body may be imprisoned, but your love has no boundaries.

"Love commands the adamantine particles, thus in being love you take command of your life.

"Love is the master of conditions, not the servant of them. Thus in being love, you are no man’s slave.

"Love is the law, and any law is only as valid as it is rooted in love. By this, all men shall know the law, and be equal under it. This is why I left you with only two commandments: To love God with all your heart, and your neighbor as yourself.

"Love is universally resonant with all of life, and in being love you are also resonant with life. There are no conditions to the truth of who you are. It is your sacred right to be the love that you are, and that is unconditional."

Love Without End Jesus Speaks by Glenda Green, Chapter 4, p. 74

Pictures of GLASS BEACH

September 10, 2014


I remember going here as a kid….. I think there is one at Pismo Beach too….. Pretty cool!

Glass Beach.
Recycled By The Ocean. In the early 1900s, Fort Bragg, California, residents threw their household garbage
over the cliffs above what is now Glass Beach. It is hard to imagine this happening today,
But back then people dumped all kinds of refuse straight into the ocean, including old cars, and their household garbage, which of course included lots of glass. Beginning in 1949, the area around Glass Beach
became a public dump, and locals referred to it as The Dumps.
Sometimes fires were lit to reduce the size of the trash pile (up to 30 feet high).
However in 1967, the city leaders closed the area.
Various cleanup programs were undertaken through the years
to try to correct the damage, but without success. Over the next 30 years the pounding waves cleaned the beach,
by breaking down everything but glass and pottery.
The pounding waves washed the trash up and down, back and forth.
Tons of polished, broken glass were created by the pounding surf.
These smoothened, coloured glass particles then settled
along the sea shore in millions, and so a magnificent beach was formed.
The name was changed from, The Dump to what we currently know as, The Glass Beach. The sea glass that was created is the product of a very long and interesting process.
It can take anywhere from 10 to 30 years to make sea glass,
the name for any piece of glass that finds its way to the ocean
and tumbles around in the water long enough
to frost and smooth its surface.
Once it makes its way into the ocean, the glass is broken
up into shards and is tumbled around in the water,
where sand and other rocks act like sandpaper to smooth out its rough edges.
Sometimes as the sea glass is passed through fire, it becomes fire glass,
the rarest of sea glass with certain inclusions, just like precious gems. In 1998, the private owner of the property determined that Glass Beach
should belong to the public and in 2002 it became part
of MacKerricher State Park, open to the public.
Within a period of a few years the Glass Beach won fame,
attracting a large number of tourists every year.
Way back in time, people wanted to dump their glass products on this shore;
now they would try to get one of these pieces to take home as a souvenir.
It is ironic but true that where once it was illegal to dispose the glass on the shore,
it now is a crime to remove it. Visiting the Glass Beach today is a unique experience.
What makes it even more remarkable, are the sounds produced by the glass pebbles
as they are being washed away by the gentle waves.

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