Encounter at Farpoint Station
is the first episode of 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' that premiered exactly 24 years prior to the date of this thread's first post. (A show that depicted a new kind of humanity.)
In the episode a supernatural being from an other dimension, Q, asks representatives of humanity (the crew of the starship Enterprise) to answer for the supposed crimes of humanity in a mock forum.
Correlations are seen, I'm sure.
The purpose was not to punish humanity but to put it in perspective
What I illustrate in this thread are events that are 'first' happening in our minds and then happening geophysically.
When I say that the ground under our feet is becoming unstable I mean that both literally and figuratively. Figuratively, how our foundations for physical perspective are changing.
Per [link to ecsys.org
] magma is "interaction" where Earth and the heavens meet. (The the Logic symbol and run it through the Possibility symbol to come up with the Interaction symbol). The changes are happening because of the intersection of distant worlds (heavens) and your world (earth). The result is "sun/fire". These are physically represented as changes above your head (mostly through electromagnetic changes) and under your feet (through magma and tectonic plates).
There's more to it than this, but hopefully this will give you a better idea.