Sunday, November 9, 2014
7 PM in Greece Greenwich Mean Time GMT+3
12 PM Eastern Standard Time
9 AM Pacific Standard Time

Toni will be presenting…
The Purpose and Power of Food!

Toni will be coming to you LIVE from the sacred island of Patmos where St. John wrote the end time Book of Revelation. She is ready to commune with you around “the table” in a way that will change the way you think about food!


Food has a purpose and a power beyond human comprehension. Its purpose is to
 prepare our physical bodies for Heaven on Earth. Its power is to “turn our lights back on!”

Toni in the Monastery on Patmos



    • What if the purpose of food was originally designed to keep us connected to the light of God and of Heaven so that we can remember who we are, where we came from, and where we’re going from here?
    • What if the power of food was to remove the veils of our body’s temple so that the light of God can once again shine through?
    • What if our only sin is “forgetfulness?” –that we have forgotten how powerful and magnificent we truly are?

This one-hour setting with Toni, communing with her around the table from the island of Patmos in Greece, is about how communion with food has the power to bring us out of the darkness of forgetfulness and back into the light of remembrance. This is its purpose!

Sunday, November 9, 2014
7 PM in Greece Greenwich Mean Time GMT+3
12 PM Eastern Standard Time
9 AM Pacific Standard Time
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One of the original twelve, or Dodecanese, Greek islands, Patmos is rich in both history and natural beauty. The small, hilly island (34.6 square kilometers) was populated from as early as 500 BC by Dorians, next the Ionians, and then the Romans from the 2nd century BC. The earliest known temples on the island were the 4th century BC sanctuary of the goddess Diana and a temple of Apollo. Scholars suspect that the name Patmos may derive from Latmos or Mt. Latmos of Turkey, where the goddess was worshipped (Diana is the Roman name for Artemis, Apollo’s sister). During the period of Roman rule the island fell into decline, the population decreased, and the island was used as a place of banishment for criminals and political and religious troublemakers. In 95 AD, St. John the Theologian – one of the twelve disciples of Jesus – was sent into exile on the island. St. John remained on the island for eighteen months during which time he lived in a cave below the hilltop temple of Diana. In this cave exists a fissure, or small hole in the rock wall, from which issued a series of oracular messages that Prochoros, a disciple of St. John, transcribed as the Biblical chapter of Revelations. During his time in the sacred cave, now known as the Holy Grotto of the Revelation, St. John also composed the Fourth Gospel.