Can an astrologer tell me anything about my son that has passed away?
I thought that I needed a medium. Does anyone know of any free astrology readings? I need to have my son contact me. I am tormented with grief.
Suggestion by Gen. Stiggo (Atheati-in-Chief)
The best thing for you will be to accept that your son is gone and to move on with your life. You don’t need to stop grieving, but you do need to get past the mistaken idea that you can contact him.
Suggestion by saira
Have peace and stay calm! your son has gone where all of us have to go.After completing this life’s karma , one has to leave the physical body and enter into another physical body.So he has left only physical body, You never know You meet HIM in another physical body as soul or AATMA performs the job in a body n after completion get another physical body until good and bad karma are balanced.So why You feel pain.There is a medium to know about why this happens to you , as nadi shastra and brighu sahinta has answer.YOU can contact to any past life regression thearapist .hope you feel good now.
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What is the least amount of time needed to cycle a fish tank?
I am going to get a ten gallon fish tank with filter and heater. I am getting it for Christmas. How fast can I cycle it. How do I cycle it? I have 7 feeder guppies in a 3 gal tank without a heater or filter.
Suggestion by Courtney Bogle
Give it about a week.
When I got my first aquarium, I added liquid ammonia as instructed on the bottle for one week and then I got the water tested at a specialist fish store and the water was pristine. So yeah, give it about a week . If you are going to use this method, use small amount of fish food or liquid ammonia to get the nitrogen cycle going.
If you’re really in a rush, get some filter media from an existing and running tank and put it in and leave it for about 2-3 days and it will be cycled. It’s all about the essential bacteria which is found in the filter media.
Whatever you do, do not use fish to cycle. It’s a cruel and unnecessary process. Ammonia can be produced in many other ways.
Suggestion by Sharpi
Well first off make sure the filter comes with proper media. Alot of those filters come with replaceable cartridges which are a waste of money and time. Not to mention its terrible for the health of the tank.
The point of cycling (as you probably know) is to establish waste eating bacteria in the filter. The bacteria then has water passed through it so that they can convert the fish’s poison waste into something harmless. The replaceable cartridges quickly become clogged with this bacteria forcing you to buy more. This causes the tank to recycle every time you replace the cartridge.
If it comes with a cartridge go out and buy some proper media. there are alot of choices out there but I recommend a pack of bio sponges meant for the aquaclear 20. It is about $ 5 at Petsmart and one pack should be more than enough.
These sponges clog far slower than cartridges, and when they do are easily cleaned without harming the bacteria. You simply prepare a glass of water treated with water conditioner. Hold the sponges over the sink or toilet (or plants, they love it) and squeeze gently. Pour some water in the sponges and squeeze again. Do this till all the water in the glass is gone. All the healthy bacteria will still be clinging to the sponge, while all the dead bacteria will have been washed away. Leaving you with a healthy colony of bacteria and an unclogged filter.
You can also add a bag of activated carbon or purigen if you wish. Purigen can be recharged, carbon must be replaced every 2 or 3 months.
Now.. Sorry for the paragraph about filter care. A cycle will tank a minimum of 3 weeks. Most cycles will take around 5 – 7 weeks.
There are many methods to cycle.
One can stock the tank with “starter fish”. These fish will start the cycle by providing the required ammonia via waste. However this method is widely considered inhumane as the fish normally do not survive the lethal levels of ammonia.
You can also cycle by introducing pure ammonia to the tank. You can purchase bottle of pure ammonia from a hardware store. You carefully add ammonia daily till the cycle completes itself. Being sure to maintian proper levels of ammonia and nitrates and nitrites. You must purchase a test kit for daily monitoring. Not the strips as their readings are approximate at best. But an actual test kit. Many people take their water in the the store to get tested and get false readings due to improperly maintained levels. These levels are off because they cannot properly maintain the ammonia levels due to a lack of a test kit. this often leads to false readings of a completed cycle. Causing people to stock their tanks much earlier than the cycle is completed.
My personal favorite method is the “fish food” method. This methods works by introducing ammonia via rotting food in the water. You can use fish flakes, but to me fish flakes are too expensive, and inefficient. I prefer to use shrimp. You go purchase 1/4 – 1/2 a pound of shelled shrimp and drop them in the tank. By the time the shrimp have rotted away completely the tank will have cycled. There is a myth going around that this method just causes mold and fungi to grow and pollute the water. Myself and many others can attest to the fact that this is simply not true, and is often cited from a badly translated article containing lots of false data.
All of these methods take roughly the same time. I do strongly suggest taking your water in for a free test at the petstore in the middle and near the end of the cycle. This way you know for sure if it is safe to add fish.
If you wish to spend the money you can also purchase a “bio starter”. Most of them have been proven not to work, but one was proven to. It was called bio spiora until the formula was sold to tetra. Now I believe it is sold as Tetra Safe Start at Petsmart. It costs around $ 20 for a bottle. This will introduce a temporary colony of bacteria to take the place of the permanent colony until it can get established. However you can only add a few fish until the tank has fully established its permanent colony. Which takes about a month.
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