Symbology of the Number Eight (40:30 Mins)


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What are you curious about?  What questions do you have?  We came into this world curious and enthusiastic to learn, then throughout school we learned to not ask questions and to learn only what the teacher gave us to learn – no more and no less.  Our society is starving for curiosity; curiosity is what increases personal freedom.  Come and learn how to increase your and your children’s curiosity through symbology, stories, scenes and questions.  You’ll learn things to impress your friends and family!

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Tresta was raised under the New Mexican sunsets and loves Mexican and Navajo food.  She learned about the miracle of the body in nursing school at Weber State and about putting Christ first on her mission to the Netherlands.   After living in four different states she calls Utah her home.  She is learning patience while homeschooling her eight children.  She remains hungry for knowledge about symbols, rituals and patterns within the scriptures and the ancient Hebrew and Persian cultures.  She is the author of “God Saw That It Was Good”, The “How to Discover” numerology series, “The Theology Tree” and co-directs the LDS Homeschool Conference with her husband, Thom.  Her passion is teaching and writing.  If she had to choose only one subject to study she would study the stars.  If you ask her about her most embarrassing moment she will tell you a story about sitting on a cactus.  




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