Numbers and Colors

In my wanderings around the web I came across this information. I found it interesting.
I found it at It is written by Rob Ragozzine who is a contributor to that website and also has his own website called

Primary Color
Secondary Colors
Primary Color Helps with

Crimson, Apricot
Stimulation, Growth, excitement, high spirits, and physical energy, Determination, Passion

Gold, […]

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What is Numerology?

Numerology is the ancient science of numbers. In the world of numerology, all numbers have a reality of their own. To the numerologist, all of the hustle and bustle of this modern world can be reduced to the number that stands behind the appearances. Each number has a life and meaning of its own. The […]

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Who Was Kokopelli?

One summer I found in the reduced price bin at a local department store the book “She who remembers” by Linda Lay Shuler. I was immediately pulled into the story and later discovered that it was only the first in a series of 3 amazing books. What intrigued me was…

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What Are the “Ice Saints”?

originally posted in 1999 in my old site Recently when I talked to my mother in Switzerland she casually mentioned the “Ice Saints”. I asked her for an explanation as I don’t quite remember the logic behind it and she could not tell me either. So I went hunting for…

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Lemon Squares/Bars

I got this recipe from my Dutch friend Willy when I lived in Israel. It is easy to make and very tasty. So tasty in fact, that my hubby requested them for his 60th birthday in 2010. Preheat oven to 350°F 1 1/2 cups flour 1/2 cup sugar 3/4 cup…

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Banana Bread/Muffins

Whenever I see older bananas on sale in the store I buy 3 to make my banana bread. It is easy to make and makes a delicious snack. Sometimes, when I don’t want to wait the hour for the banana bread to bake, I make muffins instead as they only…

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Apple Juice Cream/Pudding

I tasted this dessert in Switzerland (Oct 06) when my aunt (Erna Furter) made it, because she said that after Raclette with all that cheese the fruity dessert was a refreshing. I copied the recipe from her old cool looking cookbook and translated it into English. I guess after living for…

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The Silvesterchlaus Custom in Switzerland

This is a translation in my words of the German article on this page. A friend sent me the pictures, unfortunately they are from postcards,as his camera didn’t work. He said that there were around 150 Silvesterchlaeuse and it was a very impressive sight. A ‘Silvesterclaus’ is a masked person…

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My Printable 2010 Calendars Made It On A List of Others Like It

I am happy to report that my printable 2010 calendars were included in a list of other printable calendars at at  It is great to have access to others all in one place.

Dodecahedron calendar
Vertical Desk calendar
Computer Monitor calendar

Also check out all my other calendars

Related Posts:Horizontal or Vertical Monitor Strip Calendar2010 Dodecahedron Cube Calendar12 […]

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Mal’s Corner

Welcome to Mal’s Corner. I am Marlies’ husband and I am happy to share my hobbies and interests with you. I love to play guitar. I own a Tacoma and and Ovation Balladeer. My wife laughs at me when I my guitar lying flat on my back or sitting down…

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