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@K

Yes dahlin Pyramid's rock lol
like where your going with that:)
Chris Dunn tells a tale about the 70 ton granite block lintel's of the king's chamber all fractured in the same place because of malfunction/industrial accident back when used for the focus and production of energy.
He say's the granite sarcophagus has optically perfect convex surfaces,
so it's a LENS to focus cosmic Maser energy!
Of-course the orthopox theory is that the lintel's snapped under compression
and the sarcophagus was for Jonny-cum-lately Cheop's!!

L&L
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1484984


Ahhh thank you AC France, I knew this, but forgot about it a moment ...lol... thanx for the reminder.

Lol I like your humor !

This links back to BHD's question if a solid rock of a material would make a difference with 1000's of pieces of it (a fractured entity).

Yes it does !
To me it feels that it was done intentionally : fracture a spot in the solid rock and the 'entity' will not be able to resonate the same way, and wouldnt be able to be used as it was done before.
Maybe it was done for safety (to protect us and this technology for "bad hands" ... , or maybe it was done by these "bad hands" in a rage of anger and jalousy ...

I know from witnesses that it doesnt and didnt loose ALL ITS MAGIC, MAGNIC. Its NOT at all DEAD.

So could this be indirect proof that granite was indeed used for focus and 'lensing' ???

Yes I have read and heared some incredible awesome things about this sarcophagus ... and it all felt 'right', it resonated with me.
There are also stories that the Egyptians (amongst others) had other special LENSES which alouwed them to watch into space ... One of them was in a sacred temple, resting on 4 pillars above a watersource (!!!) that was loaded with crocodiles ...
In my intuition (if I try to look at it) it is not of rock (granite or limestone) but of a very smooth polished crystallike material. It was not flat and round, but curved .. I cant tell if it was curved hollow out like a bowl, or more like a double curved bowl 1 on top of the other (sourceR shaped) ....

Right now I see images of a bowl-like lens (hollow) and a powder that was sprinkled on top of the hollow surface, then electrolysis would appear/happen as a reaction between the material of the lens and the powder, and then THEY could look and watch beyond the normal.

Hmmmm .. wauw ... now back to logic thinking : if the floor of this temple lake would be of limestone,
and the pilars would be of granite,
the water/lake was a source/a well of Living Water,
as we learned streaming water on/over limestone creates force fields !
Crocodiles would not only be scarry enough to keep thieves away, and with their think skin (and small brains) they would not be harmed by the forces and electric fields created when this lens was activated.




***
An other reminder just knocked on my mind :
the odd V-shaped paterns found deep in a section below Israel, were in a LIMESTOME surface ! And an ancient well (Gihon spring) was next to this cavety !!!
[link to news.yahoo.com]
(I have some more info about it, but have to dig it up from my notes somewhere ..lol...)



xxxK pilot
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I found some very different images of the Baltic Sea anomaly...


IMAGE ( [link to i824.photobucket.com] )


Transocean 1: "OK, so we dropped it, and it's hit the bottom, and is sitting upright. We're about to dump some sediment on it to make it look old.

Bezerk-teamAlpha: "Cool, I wonder how long it will take them to find it?"

Transocean1: "I dont know, but the Fin's and the Swede's are always in the water, someone will notice it soon enough."

Bezerk-teamAlpha: "What do Fin's and Swede's have to do with it?"

Transocean1: "Well its just off their shore line, so I guess.."

Bezerk-teamAlpha: "What?! We said Gulf of Mexico you gooses!"

Transocean1: "oh, we can bring it back up if you like.."

Bezerk-teamAlpha: "Just, go, leave it there, we'll just have to re-write the story a little. Maybe we can drop that glass pyramid off Florida instead? Are the astronauts ready?"






PS - if any of you saw the accidental image I put up. Please dispose of it. You dont want to keep that one.

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Second Baltic Sea UFO Object Has Been Discovered




Baltic Sea UFO - Second Object Revealed - Latest images


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lol BHD that's funny!
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Thanks RoXY

hf
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Lick
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@K

Yes dahlin Pyramid's rock lol
like where your going with that:)
Chris Dunn tells a tale about the 70 ton granite block lintel's of the king's chamber all fractured in the same place because of malfunction/industrial accident back when used for the focus and production of energy.
He say's the granite sarcophagus has optically perfect convex surfaces,
so it's a LENS to focus cosmic Maser energy!
Of-course the orthopox theory is that the lintel's snapped under compression
and the sarcophagus was for Jonny-cum-lately Cheop's!!

L&L
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1484984


Ahhh thank you AC France, I knew this, but forgot about it a moment ...lol... thanx for the reminder.

Lol I like your humor !

This links back to BHD's question if a solid rock of a material would make a difference with 1000's of pieces of it (a fractured entity).

Yes it does !
To me it feels that it was done intentionally : fracture a spot in the solid rock and the 'entity' will not be able to resonate the same way, and wouldnt be able to be used as it was done before.
Maybe it was done for safety (to protect us and this technology for "bad hands" ... , or maybe it was done by these "bad hands" in a rage of anger and jalousy ...

I know from witnesses that it doesnt and didnt loose ALL ITS MAGIC, MAGNIC. Its NOT at all DEAD.

So could this be indirect proof that granite was indeed used for focus and 'lensing' ???

Yes I have read and heared some incredible awesome things about this sarcophagus ... and it all felt 'right', it resonated with me.
There are also stories that the Egyptians (amongst others) had other special LENSES which alouwed them to watch into space ... One of them was in a sacred temple, resting on 4 pillars above a watersource (!!!) that was loaded with crocodiles ...
In my intuition (if I try to look at it) it is not of rock (granite or limestone) but of a very smooth polished crystallike material. It was not flat and round, but curved .. I cant tell if it was curved hollow out like a bowl, or more like a double curved bowl 1 on top of the other (sourceR shaped) ....

Right now I see images of a bowl-like lens (hollow) and a powder that was sprinkled on top of the hollow surface, then electrolysis would appear/happen as a reaction between the material of the lens and the powder, and then THEY could look and watch beyond the normal.

Hmmmm .. wauw ... now back to logic thinking : if the floor of this temple lake would be of limestone,
and the pilars would be of granite,
the water/lake was a source/a well of Living Water,
as we learned streaming water on/over limestone creates force fields !
Crocodiles would not only be scarry enough to keep thieves away, and with their think skin (and small brains) they would not be harmed by the forces and electric fields created when this lens was activated.




***
An other reminder just knocked on my mind :
the odd V-shaped paterns found deep in a section below Israel, were in a LIMESTOME surface ! And an ancient well (Gihon spring) was next to this cavety !!!
[link to news.yahoo.com]
(I have some more info about it, but have to dig it up from my notes somewhere ..lol...)



xxxK pilot
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You get a lick too
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What!? no-one wants to lick the monkey? I have de-flead and de-ticked myself you know...
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Are they sending live worms to colonate Mars?
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chuckle God I hope so.
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It would be hard to colonize Mars with dead worms.
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Are they sending live worms to colonate Mars?


Something different ...

but maybe somehow connected/related to the not aging worms in space ...



Mysterious bacteria near Easter Island statues offer cure for Alzheimers
[link to io9.com]


(snips from this and other articles on no-go sites)
July 4, 2012 - A natural drug discovered in the soil of Easter Island could improve the memory of older men and women - and even treat Alzheimer's, researchers say.
In tests in mice, the drug halted the decline in brain function as they got older, and supplied hope that it could also treat depression.

The drug - rapamycin - is a bacterial by-product discovered in the shadows of the island's popular statues.

It is already utilized in transplant patients to avoid organ rejection and now scientists in journal Neuroscience say it can increase understanding and assist treat cognitive decline.

The drug was originally intended to be an antifungal medication, but the discovery of its immunosuppressive properties in the late nineties pushed the research in a new direction.

A team from the University of Texas added the drug to the diet of healthy mice and discovered it enhanced learning and memory in young mice and memory in elder rodents.

The team also identified three ‘happy, feel-good’ neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher in the mice treated with rapamycin.

It also lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour in the mice, she said.

‘We discovered rapamycin acts like an antidepressant - it increases the time the mice are attempting to get out of the scenario. ‘They don't give up they struggle far more.



Keywords :
- bacterial by-product
- an antifungal medication
- immunosuppressive properties
- halted the decline in brain function
- enhanced learning and memory
- neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher
- lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour


I think this is important to keep in the back of your mind ...
 Quoting: Krispy71

 Quoting: pool


Thanks for bringing this up again Pool.

What's the bet that there is an unusual water source beneath the island? And what's the bet that most megalithic structures are built over them? Fountains of youth, what ever you choose to call them.

The strata would naturally effect the water, and anything growing there would have unique properties. No wonder ingesting these bacteria effects changes in Humans.

90% water, and hugely bacterial in our functioning.
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Something different ...

but maybe somehow connected/related to the not aging worms in space ...



Mysterious bacteria near Easter Island statues offer cure for Alzheimers
[link to io9.com]


(snips from this and other articles on no-go sites)
July 4, 2012 - A natural drug discovered in the soil of Easter Island could improve the memory of older men and women - and even treat Alzheimer's, researchers say.
In tests in mice, the drug halted the decline in brain function as they got older, and supplied hope that it could also treat depression.

The drug - rapamycin - is a bacterial by-product discovered in the shadows of the island's popular statues.

It is already utilized in transplant patients to avoid organ rejection and now scientists in journal Neuroscience say it can increase understanding and assist treat cognitive decline.

The drug was originally intended to be an antifungal medication, but the discovery of its immunosuppressive properties in the late nineties pushed the research in a new direction.

A team from the University of Texas added the drug to the diet of healthy mice and discovered it enhanced learning and memory in young mice and memory in elder rodents.

The team also identified three ‘happy, feel-good’ neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher in the mice treated with rapamycin.

It also lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour in the mice, she said.

‘We discovered rapamycin acts like an antidepressant - it increases the time the mice are attempting to get out of the scenario. ‘They don't give up they struggle far more.



Keywords :
- bacterial by-product
- an antifungal medication
- immunosuppressive properties
- halted the decline in brain function
- enhanced learning and memory
- neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher
- lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour


I think this is important to keep in the back of your mind ...
 Quoting: Krispy71

 Quoting: pool


Thanks for bringing this up again Pool.

What's the bet that there is an unusual water source beneath the island? And what's the bet that most megalithic structures are built over them? Fountains of youth, what ever you choose to call them.

The strata would naturally effect the water, and anything growing there would have unique properties. No wonder ingesting these bacteria effects changes in Humans.

90% water, and hugely bacterial in our functioning.
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Are they sending live worms to colonate Mars?


Something different ...

but maybe somehow connected/related to the not aging worms in space ...



Mysterious bacteria near Easter Island statues offer cure for Alzheimers
[link to io9.com]


(snips from this and other articles on no-go sites)
July 4, 2012 - A natural drug discovered in the soil of Easter Island could improve the memory of older men and women - and even treat Alzheimer's, researchers say.
In tests in mice, the drug halted the decline in brain function as they got older, and supplied hope that it could also treat depression.

The drug - rapamycin - is a bacterial by-product discovered in the shadows of the island's popular statues.

It is already utilized in transplant patients to avoid organ rejection and now scientists in journal Neuroscience say it can increase understanding and assist treat cognitive decline.

The drug was originally intended to be an antifungal medication, but the discovery of its immunosuppressive properties in the late nineties pushed the research in a new direction.

A team from the University of Texas added the drug to the diet of healthy mice and discovered it enhanced learning and memory in young mice and memory in elder rodents.

The team also identified three ‘happy, feel-good’ neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher in the mice treated with rapamycin.

It also lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour in the mice, she said.

‘We discovered rapamycin acts like an antidepressant - it increases the time the mice are attempting to get out of the scenario. ‘They don't give up they struggle far more.



Keywords :
- bacterial by-product
- an antifungal medication
- immunosuppressive properties
- halted the decline in brain function
- enhanced learning and memory
- neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher
- lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour


I think this is important to keep in the back of your mind ...
 Quoting: Krispy71

 Quoting: pool


Thanks for bringing this up again Pool.

What's the bet that there is an unusual water source beneath the island? And what's the bet that most megalithic structures are built over them? Fountains of youth, what ever you choose to call them.

The strata would naturally effect the water, and anything growing there would have unique properties. No wonder ingesting these bacteria effects changes in Humans.

90% water, and hugely bacterial in our functioning.
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Something different ...

but maybe somehow connected/related to the not aging worms in space ...



Mysterious bacteria near Easter Island statues offer cure for Alzheimers
[link to io9.com]


(snips from this and other articles on no-go sites)
July 4, 2012 - A natural drug discovered in the soil of Easter Island could improve the memory of older men and women - and even treat Alzheimer's, researchers say.
In tests in mice, the drug halted the decline in brain function as they got older, and supplied hope that it could also treat depression.

The drug - rapamycin - is a bacterial by-product discovered in the shadows of the island's popular statues.

It is already utilized in transplant patients to avoid organ rejection and now scientists in journal Neuroscience say it can increase understanding and assist treat cognitive decline.

The drug was originally intended to be an antifungal medication, but the discovery of its immunosuppressive properties in the late nineties pushed the research in a new direction.

A team from the University of Texas added the drug to the diet of healthy mice and discovered it enhanced learning and memory in young mice and memory in elder rodents.

The team also identified three ‘happy, feel-good’ neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher in the mice treated with rapamycin.

It also lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour in the mice, she said.

‘We discovered rapamycin acts like an antidepressant - it increases the time the mice are attempting to get out of the scenario. ‘They don't give up they struggle far more.



Keywords :
- bacterial by-product
- an antifungal medication
- immunosuppressive properties
- halted the decline in brain function
- enhanced learning and memory
- neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher
- lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour


I think this is important to keep in the back of your mind ...
 Quoting: Krispy71

 Quoting: pool


Thanks for bringing this up again Pool.

What's the bet that there is an unusual water source beneath the island? And what's the bet that most megalithic structures are built over them? Fountains of youth, what ever you choose to call them.

The strata would naturally effect the water, and anything growing there would have unique properties. No wonder ingesting these bacteria effects changes in Humans.

90% water, and hugely bacterial in our functioning.
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Are they sending live worms to colonate Mars?


Something different ...

but maybe somehow connected/related to the not aging worms in space ...



Mysterious bacteria near Easter Island statues offer cure for Alzheimers
[link to io9.com]


(snips from this and other articles on no-go sites)
July 4, 2012 - A natural drug discovered in the soil of Easter Island could improve the memory of older men and women - and even treat Alzheimer's, researchers say.
In tests in mice, the drug halted the decline in brain function as they got older, and supplied hope that it could also treat depression.

The drug - rapamycin - is a bacterial by-product discovered in the shadows of the island's popular statues.

It is already utilized in transplant patients to avoid organ rejection and now scientists in journal Neuroscience say it can increase understanding and assist treat cognitive decline.

The drug was originally intended to be an antifungal medication, but the discovery of its immunosuppressive properties in the late nineties pushed the research in a new direction.

A team from the University of Texas added the drug to the diet of healthy mice and discovered it enhanced learning and memory in young mice and memory in elder rodents.

The team also identified three ‘happy, feel-good’ neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher in the mice treated with rapamycin.

It also lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour in the mice, she said.

‘We discovered rapamycin acts like an antidepressant - it increases the time the mice are attempting to get out of the scenario. ‘They don't give up they struggle far more.



Keywords :
- bacterial by-product
- an antifungal medication
- immunosuppressive properties
- halted the decline in brain function
- enhanced learning and memory
- neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher
- lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour


I think this is important to keep in the back of your mind ...
 Quoting: Krispy71

 Quoting: pool


Thanks for bringing this up again Pool.

What's the bet that there is an unusual water source beneath the island? And what's the bet that most megalithic structures are built over them? Fountains of youth, what ever you choose to call them.

The strata would naturally effect the water, and anything growing there would have unique properties. No wonder ingesting these bacteria effects changes in Humans.

90% water, and hugely bacterial in our functioning.
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What!? no-one wants to lick the monkey? I have de-flead and de-ticked myself you know...
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You want a LICK from this :

licking




or a LICK from THIS :

doggie


...lol...


xxxK
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It would be hard to colonize Mars with dead worms.
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ROFL
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Something different ...

but maybe somehow connected/related to the not aging worms in space ...



Mysterious bacteria near Easter Island statues offer cure for Alzheimers
[link to io9.com]


(snips from this and other articles on no-go sites)
July 4, 2012 - A natural drug discovered in the soil of Easter Island could improve the memory of older men and women - and even treat Alzheimer's, researchers say.
In tests in mice, the drug halted the decline in brain function as they got older, and supplied hope that it could also treat depression.

The drug - rapamycin - is a bacterial by-product discovered in the shadows of the island's popular statues.

It is already utilized in transplant patients to avoid organ rejection and now scientists in journal Neuroscience say it can increase understanding and assist treat cognitive decline.

The drug was originally intended to be an antifungal medication, but the discovery of its immunosuppressive properties in the late nineties pushed the research in a new direction.

A team from the University of Texas added the drug to the diet of healthy mice and discovered it enhanced learning and memory in young mice and memory in elder rodents.

The team also identified three ‘happy, feel-good’ neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher in the mice treated with rapamycin.

It also lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour in the mice, she said.

‘We discovered rapamycin acts like an antidepressant - it increases the time the mice are attempting to get out of the scenario. ‘They don't give up they struggle far more.



Keywords :
- bacterial by-product
- an antifungal medication
- immunosuppressive properties
- halted the decline in brain function
- enhanced learning and memory
- neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher
- lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour


I think this is important to keep in the back of your mind ...
 Quoting: Krispy71

 Quoting: pool


Thanks for bringing this up again Pool.

What's the bet that there is an unusual water source beneath the island? And what's the bet that most megalithic structures are built over them? Fountains of youth, what ever you choose to call them.

The strata would naturally effect the water, and anything growing there would have unique properties. No wonder ingesting these bacteria effects changes in Humans.

90% water, and hugely bacterial in our functioning.
 Quoting: BHD nli 9074208


Wow DW bring it up 5 times ey !!! ...lol... you think its THAT important ? hahaha !!

And actually IT IS !
I think you are absolutely right, these 'wells of regeneration' , 'Sources of Life' (SOL !!!!) are a WELL hidden secret ..lol...

Pool.. funny name in this case ... pool-s of life ... LOL
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Hey sorry about the multiple posts above. I wasnt logged in so I cant even delete them!

@K, that dog does look pretty cool...

BTW, was me from work, not DW. Pretty sure her ID comes up same as mine as we are on the same IP.

@Hans, I'm a bit slow today. Just got yr joke, you funny bugger!

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.. and a lick for DW too :


tongue


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What is Frac sand?

[link to geology.com]

grouphug
 Quoting: Isis7


Very good find Isis !!!


Snips from article:

“Frac sand” is a high-purity silica sand with very durable and very round grains of a specific size. It is a highly specialized, crush-resistant material produced for use by the petroleum industry. It is used in the hydraulic fracturing process (known as “fracking”) to produce petroleum fluids, such as oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids from rock units that lack adequate pore space for these fluids to flow to a well.

Some subsurface rock units such as organic shale contain large amounts of oil, natural gas or natural gas liquids that will not flow freely to a well. They will not flow to a well because the rock unit either lacks permeability (interconnected pore spaces) or the pore spaces in the rock are so small that these fluids can not flow through them.
The hydraulic fracturing process solves this problem by generating fractures in the rock. This is done by drilling a well into the rock, sealing the portion of the well in the petroleum-bearing zone, and pumping water under high pressure into that portion of the well. This water has been treated with a chemical that creates a viscous gel. This gel facilitates the water's abillity to carry grains of frac sand in suspension.

Rock units such as the St. Peter Sandstone, Jordan Sandstone, Oil Creek Sandstone and Hickory Sandstone have been potential sources of frac sand material. These rock units are composed of quartz grains that have been through multiple cycles of weathering and erosion.
That long history has removed almost all mineral grains other than quartz and produced grains with very round shapes.

Where these rock units are produced they are soft and poorly cemented. This allows them to be excavated and crushed with minimal damage to the quartz grains. High purity sand from areas, such as the Appalachians, are often not suitable for frac sand because they have be subjected to tectonic forces which have weakened the sand grains.
... a huge spike in demand caused by the natural gas and shale oil boom has motivated many companies to provide this product. Many of these companies are in the central part of the United States where the St. Peter Sandstone and similar rock units are close to the surface and easily excavated. These areas are also where tectonic forces have not caused severe folding of the rock units and weakened the sand grains.



Key words :
- high-purity silica
- water that has been treated with a chemical that creates a viscous gel
- quartz grains ... removed from almost all other mineral grains than quartz !
- NOT been subjected to tectonic forces which have weakened the sand grains



We spoke of silica a few posts ago. We pondered about the relation silica-aragonite and silica-algae blooms ...

We pondered about the possibility that special chemicals or bacteria could be pumped into fracks to reach the oil and gas ... !!!
It seems they DO ! What if this gellous water also contains "extra's" like the corexit did ????

We all know why QUARTZ is used in technology !!!
Just a few posts ago we pondered about vibration and frequency ... What if these Quartz spheres are needed to amplify a certain vibration ? (directed to it by tech on a ship or sub ??? Making the oil in that SEALED BEFORE area vibrate in a specific way ???

Pure Quartz silica !!! Removed from all other minerals and thus EM-properties.

The grains CANT HAVE WEAKNESS or fracktures themselves ! Coz in that way (*think of the fracktured pyramid granite, and the colosses) they cant transmit energy without offering resistance or impedance to the energy flow. Cracks offer resistance (like I tried to explain before), able to maintain stability and not break down while transmitting the energy. Tectonic forces vibrationally saturate and imprint these silica-quartz grains so that they are not longer "blancks" to use for whatever they are needed for. They have to be able TO STORE and TRANSPORT/transmit energy and data !!!

They have to be spherical superconductors ! Pure and without any other imprintings from tectonic events and without having any resistance to the BEAMS that are directed upon them to preform the task they need to do : CHANGE THE VIBRATION OF THE OIL in these SEALED OFF and PURE bubbles of gas and oil !!! They want to contaminate these pure fields coz they werent linked to other pockets who were interconnected by tunnels and passages (and were/are already infected by Synthia and other contaminators!)
Below is perfectly explained why and how :



[link to rasben.net]
There is probably no other stone that has as many uses by humanity as quartz. Depending on the form of energy, quartz crystal can act as a conductor, semi-conductor, superconductor, or resonator of that energy. This is why quartz technology is the foundation of the silicon microchip computer and all forms of modern electronic communication.

PROPERTIES OF CLEAR QUARTZ
Clear quartz crystal is a super-conductor of naturally occurring:
-High frequency cosmic radiation,
-Ultra-violet energy, and
-Geo-magnetic fields.


A super-conductor is any material that can transmit energy without offering resistance or impedance to the energy flow. The material must also be able to maintain stability and not break down while transmitting the energy. The primary vibrations that are super-conducted by quartz include:

Cosmic radiation - This includes hard gamma, gamma, and x-rays. When these forms of radiation travel through space and penetrate Earth's atmosphere, they create super high-energy particle showers. These particle showers rain down upon Earth and permeate the environment. Quartz super-conducts this cosmic energy. This makes quartz a valuable tool for attuning oneself with the high-energy cosmic radiation present in the environment.

Ultra-violet radiation - Also known as Black light, UV energy has profound impact upon matter, both organic and non-living. Black light causes photochemical processes, photoelectric reactions, fluorescence, and iridescence in various forms of matter. Quartz super-conducts UV energy; Black light passes through quartz unimpeded. Clear quartz allows UV light to pass through its molecular matrix without any resistance. In contrast, amorphous silica dioxide, commonly known as glass, blocks or insulates UV energy. Even though glass is made of the same two elements as quartz crystal, the unorganized molecular makeup of glass prevents Black light from passing through it. Quartz's ability to super-conduct Black light makes this stone a valuable tool for assisting oneself in assimilating UV radiation healthfully.

-Geo-magnetic energy - Quartz super-conducts the geo-magnetic field of the Earth as well. The Earth exerts a mild magnetic field, the currents of which flows North/South. This geo-magnetic energy pulses or vibrates at 7.83 Hertz-per-second. Studies indicate that in areas where currents of geo-magnetic energy are intense, people grow stronger and are healthier. Where the Earth's magnetic energy is stifled; people tend to suffer greater incidences of debilitating disorders. Quartz crystal accumulates and super-conducts geo-magnetic energy, augmenting its presence in the surrounding environment.

...

When visible and infrared light pass through clear quartz, it is either reflected or refracted. ...

The reflection and refraction of light by clear quartz is the stone's resistance to the light energy. This resistance does two things:

1- It organizes, encodes and patterns the light waves that travel through it.

2- The impeded light energy is transformed into electrical discharges, giving quartz photoelectric potential, which is defined as the ability to transform light into electricity. Quartz also has pyroelectric potential, or the ability to transform heat into energy.

Quartz's ability organize and encode infrared light is utilized in the remote control technologies often found in modern entertainment systems. Infrared light is beamed through a quartz wafer within the remote control. The quartz then encodes the light with a signal. A silicon sensor on the television reads the signal and commands the entertainment system to change the channel, volume, etc. It is different electrical impulses channeled into the quartz that vary (changes) the signal.
The photoelectric potential of quartz is utilized in modern solar energy technologies. Silicon, the primary element in quartz (silica dioxide) is the key element in solar cells. Silicon discharges electrons when exposed to sunlight, and in the process transforms sunlight into electricity.
Quartz also discharges electrons when exposed to heat. This pyroelectric potential of quartz makes it the key component of digital thermometers and other heat sensing devices.


Clear Quartz is a resonator of:
-Radio waves

A resonator is a material that can change its internal frequency to match an external frequency. When that material matches the external frequency, the two vibrate in unison with one another. This state of mutual vibes is called resonant affinity (being in like vibration).

Quartz is a resonator of all forms of radio waves: microwave, long wave, and short wave. Crystal can amplify or add to a radio wave field by resonating or vibrating in oneness with the source of the radio signal.
In other words, when external radio waves enter quartz crystal, the crystal's unified energy field becomes one with the radio waves. In the process, the crystal amplifies and harmonizes the radio frequency with which it is in resonating affinity. During this process, the crystal and source of the radio waves are in resonant affinity.


Quartz crystal is a semi-conductor of:
-Power frequencies.

A semiconductor is a material that alternates between conducting a flow of energy, and insulating the energy flow. This causes the energy flow to travel in a rhythmic pulse. Clear Quartz is a semi conductor of power frequencies, the electrical charges generated by chemical reaction (i.e. - battery) or rotating magnetic fields (generator). When electrical currents are passed through quartz, two things occur:

-The quartz discharges an intensified electrical field in a rhythmic pulse-like pattern. It is as if the quartz transforms the electrical current from a steady hum into an on/off rhythmic beating of a drum. This semi-conductive potential of quartz is the basis of the binary language of modern computer technology.

-The quartz itself begins to physically vibrate. The rate of vibration depends on the strength and frequency of the electrical current. Several modern technologies are based on this feature of quartz. Thin slices of quartz are set to vibrate at precise rates; locking radios onto a specific station frequency or allowing multiple telephone calls to be transmitted over the same telephone cables.

A related feature of quartz is piezoelectric potential. Piezo means pressure. Quartz generates electricity when external pressure is applied. Physically squeezing and twisting quartz causes piezoelectric discharge. Bombarding quartz with sound vibrations causes piezoelectric discharge as well...

These energy potentials of quartz crystal makes it the premier tool in a spiritual technology - tools to enhance and generate life force energy...
 Quoting: link




Very important :
-Studies indicate that in areas where currents of geo-magnetic energy are intense, people grow stronger and are healthier. Where the Earth's magnetic energy is stifled; people tend to suffer greater incidences of debilitating disorders.

-light energy is transformed into electrical discharges, giving quartz photoelectric potential, which is defined as the ability to transform light into electricity. Quartz also has pyroelectric potential, or the ability to transform heat into energy.

-A silicon sensor on the television reads the signal and commands the entertainment system to change the channel, volume, etc. It is different electrical impulses channeled into the quartz that vary (changes) the signal. ---> Reread this this way :

The silicon/quartz sphere inside the fracking gel is a sensor that reads the signal and commands that the SUBS and ROV's provide to change the vibration inside the fracked area's of oil and gas. It is different electrical impulses channeled into the quartz that vary (changes) the signal. >>> That is what BEZERK is all about, what the subs did with their calibrators !!!

- The rate of vibration depends on the strength and frequency of the electrical current. >>> from 2x calibrators up to 10x calibration forces !!! The refitted ships !! ... locking the spherical silica quartz onto a specific frequency !

- Quartz generates electricity when external pressure is applied >>> Thus : Silica quartz that has been underwent pressures of tectonic forces is already ELECTRICAL IMPRINTED !!! It is not BLANC and PURE anymore ...

- These energy potentials of quartz crystal makes it the premier tool in a spiritual technology - tools to enhance and generate life force energy >>> For The LIFE WELLS !!!



wowwww...... THIS makes a lot a lot clearer !!!!


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What!? no-one wants to lick the monkey? I have de-flead and de-ticked myself you know...
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You want a LICK from this :

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or a LICK from THIS :

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YES great vids Roxy !
Enjoyed listening to it.
Did you hear that Scandinavian man say : THEN IT WENT BESERK !!!

After listening and seeing that awesome image, I think that is not just a 'regular ufo' ... to me it feels more like an attunement device ... it even crossed my mind that it could be an ancient 'Tesla device'-kind-of-thing...

the patterns on it are intriguing and the holes (about 25cm) are very interesting too !
The stairs-like thing tells me that people were suposed to get ON it.
Maybe it was meant to be a transport-device ... or when laying in 1 of the patterns one could mentally travel to other places (here on Earth or to other dimensions) ?
To me it also feels that huge crystals were used to place in openings to create a desired 'field' depending on the pre-planned goal they wanted to reach.

To me it feels , and I can almost see, that the 8meter high 'pilar' that it is standing/resting on could have a shaft, or there is a shaft just below this pillar ... coz also the sonar image showed a possible 'room' with rectangular walls beneath it. It wouldnt surprise me if a WELL (WATER SOURCE) once flowed beneath the cavity below the object, that below what is now an oceanfloor, but was once land above water.

It wouldnt be surprising if it was made out of granite, limestone, ? ... or if those rocks were around it (the 100m range from where most of the equipment starts working again).

Again and again my mind is filled with the word : 'solardisk' ...
Did it also "used" the energy of the up-comming sun to 'charge' possible crystals with ?
Or just like the singing colossus's in Egypt sang when the sun shined on them ? It all about "vibration" ;)


We will await new information and developments. Exciting !

xxxK
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Interesting. Do you sense this thing is working now, or is it in sleep mode awaiting a specific time or event?
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Hadn't viewed the Howard Hughes vid...this PC just freezes on longer vids, but managed to get through it, so it is working and the CIA have been there already...answers something else I was pondering. Wonder if there are any more around the world. (Don't tell me...this is on a thread somewhere already)
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Talking about ancient alien tech, scientists have recently had another look at the ancient alien cauldrons in Siberia.
Think this was in Nexus a few years ago, and was called "The Installation." (not suggesting any connection with the Baltic Sea UFO, but interesting nonetheless...may connect a piece of puzzle at some point.

[link to scienceray.com]

Here's a vid from late last year.

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Do you think this played a part in Obama's moratorium decision?

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When I was doing research for Isis her article about the Beaufort sea, I came across a link that had some very interesting information !!

BHD you gonna like this !!!


1.1.3 Polar Processes and Global Biogeochemical
Silica Transformation in the Arctic
[link to www.ipy2012montreal.ca]

E.L. Vinogradova, P. Stunzhas
1P.P. Shirsov Institute of Oceanology, RAS, Moscow, Russia

Features of input and transformations of dissolved silica in the Arctic are considered. Silica recycling due to destruction of organic matter differs from recycling of other main nutrients (phosphates and nitrates) because it indirectly tied by bacteria activity while principal depends on physicochemical processes of dissolution. We traced on features of silica transformations in Arctic Seas by comparison their chemogeographical conditions such as levels of oxygen utilisation and release of phosphates, depth and circulation. Recycling of silica in stagnation regions of the Novaya Zemlya Trench in the Kara Sea and in deep trenches in the White Sea is higher than one's recycling in the Barents Sea in spite of more active biological productivity in the Barents Sea. The highest release of silica takes place over the shelf brake in the Beaufort Sea and in the Chukchi Sea. In general, the silica recycling in the Arctic is in proportion to oxygen utilization and release of phosphates in the depth range 100-150 m. Content of frustules in Arctic sediments completely conform to this conclusion that permit to conclude about closed silica balance. Especial attention was paid to recycling and transfer of silica by main Siberia Rivers such as Yenisei, Ob' and Lena.




SILICA & ARAGONITE

Now a small side step :
Remember the post of the possible jellyfish-like creatures on Saturns moon Titan ? It was written that some scientists considered it possible that besides 'carbon based-lifeforms', there were also for-example 'silica based-lifeforms' ... ( [link to www.huffingtonpost.co.uk] )
It was around the same time that I was doing research about ARAGONITE.
Now back then I checked silica and aragonite on google, but now again and 1 hit I saw is imo spactacular !

Look at those words !!!
- inorganic
- self organised !
- biomorphic !!!!


(The image in the link is stunning !)

Inorganic Self-Organized Silica Aragonite Biomorphic Composites
[link to pubs.acs.org]

The precipitation of calcium carbonate in alkaline silica solutions results in the formation of complex curvilinear forms if aragonite formation is encouraged by growth at an elevated temperature (80 °C). The resulting coralline self-assembled silica−calcium carbonate particles are “biomorphs”, bearing a striking resemblance to natural coral forms. These materials, comprised of calcium carbonate nanocrystals and an amorphous silica matrix, have a complex ultrastructure, made of clusters of gathered sheets of variable curvatures formed by successive curling. The nanocrystals within these “ruled surfaces” are thin, elongated, densely packed needles of aragonite. These clusters are outgrowths from central saddlelike cores that resemble developable petaloid surfaces.


I know this is not telling anything about the Kara Sea case,
but those signaturewords !!!
Sorry I had to post this ..lol...


Now whats an important detail of aragonite over silica ?
A clue did I find on a forum about fishtanks/aquariums :

I had silica sand in a 20g long at my office, and had recurring diatom blooms. Since then, I have covered the silica with about 2" of aragonite, and have not had an algae bloom since.
Silica sand is simply ground up glass. Argonite is ground up limestone.
Usually aragonite sand is more flat or round vs having odd shaped and possibly sharp edges like silica sand.


So Aragonite seems to be regulating ALGEA BLOOMS ! In my earlier post it come forth that Aragonite is important for the PH of water.


??? So is the RECYCLING and HIGH RELEASE of SILICA in the Kara Sea and Beaufort Sea related with ALGEA BLOOMS and the PH of its water ???
Remember that article of the algae-bloom off the cost of Antarctica ? (yes I know thats the opposite of the area's we are looking at, but it just stroke my mind ...lol..)

Aragonite :
[link to www.buzzle.com]
As it forms only at higher temperature, aragonite is less stable and less common form of calcium carbonate. Aragonite is sometimes found deposited in the beds of hot springs. It is also found in pearls and in some animal shells. As aragonite is found in small crystal form, it is easily distinguishable from calcite, the other natural rich source of calcium carbonate.
Aragonite is used, along with sand and soda ash, in making glass. Aragonite is used in agriculture as it is high in calcium carbonate and low in magnesium and this helps in conditioning the soil. As it is alkaline in nature, it helps to reduce the acidity in the soil.

Aragonite does NOT have magnetic properties,
and maybe THAT IS also a clue !

Wiki: [link to en.wikipedia.org] -unlike the other major nutrients such as phosphate, nitrate, or ammonium, which are needed by almost all marine plankton-, silicate is an essential chemical requirement for very specific biota, including diatoms (algae), radiolaria (amoeboid protozoa), silicoflagellates, and siliceous sponges. These organisms extract dissolved silicate from open ocean surface waters for the buildup of their particulate silica (SiO2), or opaline, skeletal structures. Once the organism has perished, part of the siliceous skeletal material dissolves, as it settles through the water column, enriching the deep waters with dissolved silica.
Diatoms (algae) account for 43% of the ocean primary production, and are responsible for the bulk of silica extraction from ocean waters in the modern ocean.the modern marine silica cycle is widely believed to be dominated by diatoms for the fixation and export of particulate matter (including organic carbon), from the euphotic zone to the deep ocean, via a process known as the biological pump. As a result, diatoms, and other silica-secreting organisms, play a crucial role in the global carbon cycle, and have the ability to affect atmospheric CO2 concentrations on a variety of time scales, by sequestering CO2 in the ocean.

Diatoms in both fresh and salt water extract silica from the water to use as a component of their cell walls.
Silicon is in human connective tissues, bones, teeth, skin, eyes, glands and organs.

Siliceous deep-sea sediments located beneath the Antarctic Convergence (convergence zone) host some 25% of the silica supplied to the oceans and consequently form one of Earth’s major silica sinks. The highest biogenic silica accumulation rates in this area are observed in the South Atlantic. Further, extensive biogenic silica accumulation has been recorded in the deep-sea sediments of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk, and Subarctic North Pacific.


And now there comes IRON !! (Algea & Iron => we immediately have to think about the algae-farm stories and the extra rich IRON-corexit !!!)

wiki: Southern Ocean sediments are a major sink for biogenic silica (50-75% of the oceanic total), but only a minor sink for organic carbon (<1%). These relatively high rates of biogenic silica accumulation in the Southern Ocean sediments (predominantly beneath the Polar Front) relative to organic carbon (60:1 on a weight basis) results from the preferential preservation of biogenic silica in the Antarctic water column. In contrast to what was previously thought, these high rates of biogenic silica accumulation are not the result from high rates of primary production. Biological production in the Southern Ocean is strongly limited due to the low levels of irradiance coupled with deep mixed layers and/or by limited amounts of micronutrients, such as iron.

So the biological production [of silica] in the Southern Ocean would no longer be strongly limited with an ADD of micronutrients like IRON !!!!


wiki: About, thirty-five percent of the biogenic silica produced in the euphotic zone [=zone exposed to sufficient sunlight for photosynthesis to occur] survives dissolution within the surface layer; whereas only 4% of the organic carbon escapes microbial degradation in these near-surface waters. Consequently, considerable decoupling of organic C and silica occurs during settling through the water column. ... As a result polar sediments account for most of the ocean’s biogenic silica accumulation, but only a small amount of the sedimentary organic-carbon flux.

Is it so that if the composition of the watercolom changes, this could affect the rate of dissolution ?
Right now I have to think about the influence and importance of TEMPERATURE of the water, and the salinity-level ... [Squidsly, is this what you were once pointing at? BHD?]
We also learned that aragonite needs warmer temps to grow ... so could you say that with global "hotspots" growing (and slowing currents occuring, thus warming up) the balance between silica (algea/opal-glass) and aragonite growth is changing ?


Hmmm did this post made some thing more clear ?
Yes and no ...lol... pffffff ... my head is spinning !

Maybe you guys have also insights in this, what are your opinions and thoughts ?
Somehow this silica report of the Kara Sea and beaufort Sea is connected with aragonite, the slowing curents, iron, probably corexit, and much more ....


Diatoms are capable of synthesizing silica glass in vivo.
Silica is most commonly found in nature as sand or quartz, as well as in the cell walls of diatoms.
Silica is used primarily in the production of glass for windows, drinking glasses, etc. The majority of optical fibers for telecommunications are also made from silica. It is a primary raw material for many whiteware ceramics such as earthenware, stoneware, porcelain, as well as industrial Portland cement.
Thin films of silica grown on silicon wafers via thermal oxidation methods can be quite beneficial in microelectronics, where they act as electric insulators with high chemical stability.
A silica-based aerogel was used in the Stardust spacecraft to collect extraterrestrial particles. Silica is also used in the extraction of DNA and RNA due to its ability to bind to the nucleic acids under the presence of chaotropes (= which disrupt the structure of proteins and nucleic acids).


One can see/read that SILICA is a very important compound in our world and daily technology !


I have to ponder about this more I guess ... lol


pilot xxxK
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I'm days behind, trying to catch up, but, WOW, Krispy!!! Great work. Need to also pause and absorb a bit, then off to work. I am still two pages behind...but this brainstorm you are on a roll with is hitting with me, as is what I am reading from BHD and others. As above, so below...the 'lubricants' in question are becoming amplified ('resonating') due to various causes (I would think in this case magma or water might be better than oil, though 'pressure', I think, is the key ingredient...as above so below, as within so without.)

Reading about hotspots and silica and sea level and jellies and all of this for the last few hours has filled my mind, but I still can't shake something, which is, cycle wise, if there is/was some great crustal shifting, or one to be, is it the chicken or the egg that came first? Atmospheric pressure, warming, glacial melt, pressure on landmasses, lubricants in the form of water, magma, and (?) other minerals ground into flowing mass by...pressure...snap...now we add a frack here and a drill there.

The idea of the various pyramids around the world as 'balancers' has come across my mind from time to time...perhaps before such advanced 'tech' allowed us sill wabbits to really over-under-'mine' the stability if the inner part of this planet,in our search for consumables.

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