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Monad to dyad transitions - a tail tale of fishes

 
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Monad to dyad transitions - a tail tale of fishes
As a child I had an experience at Virginia Beach, which stayed with me to this day. Curiously enough, fishing in the canals that led to the ocean, fish were literally jumping on to my hook. My father was laughing as each time I dropped the line and pulled it back out a fish would be on the hook. The hook was bare yet fish were getting snagged by the tail or side, not by the lip.

'Twas as if they were wanting to be caught.

'Tis respite from purgation to accelerate one's demise.

A fish as a fisher of men.


From previous personal posts:

Consider randomness.

A seemingly random chaotic sea, turned upon itself, exhibits fractal structure.
Visions of heaven and hell...

When two symmetric static fields overlap, the intersection becomes a composition.
Periodic waves cancel out, what's left are non-linearities and noise.

That composition is in directional reflection (e.g., vertical). And color constructive in this case.

In the mirror we see our faults.

They say 'In the kingdom of the blind the one-eyed man is king'.

There's a subtlety there. The optic chiasm being an active X with normal vision, what becomes of single eye vision through a chiasm like a Y (both cortices active)?

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Interfacial phenomena can be fascinating.

We see forms in the clouds, images in soap bubbles, dancing 'licks' in the fires, reptiles in the embers...

Every interface reflects duality. For in that mix, information relates to both phases.

In the mix, we as observers 'see' the memes. Observation corrupts the data. Our collective projected thoughts as stares promoting a reaction...

In third person view We are in a vast opera.

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Voici mon secret. Il est très simple: on ne voit bien qu'avec le cœur. L'essentiel est invisible pour les yeux. - Antoine de Saint Exupery

petitprince

Here is my secret. It is very simple: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eyes.

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Isis with 2 left hands:

:2lefthands:

source: [link to arthistorygalore.files.wordpress.com]

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Equatorial neutral warp in forced optical resonance yields a whispering gallery mode.

The warp alone is as a (winged) serpent.

Resonant (or twinned with symmetrical counterpart) is as the Caduceus.

The Caduceus staff is as the neutral/equator.

"In the left hand of Mercury, messenger of gods."

wgallery


Therefore, Subhuti, Bodhisattvas should leave behind all
phenomenal distinctions and awaken the thought of the
Consummation of Incomparable Enlightenment by not
allowing the mind to depend upon notions evoked by the
sensible world - by not allowing the mind to depend upon
notions evoked by sounds, odors, flavors, touch-contacts, or
any qualities. The mind should be kept independent of any
thoughts which arise within it. If the mind depends upon
anything it has no sure haven.
This is why Buddha teaches that
the mind of a Bodhisattva should not accept the appearances
of things as a basis when exercising charity. Subhuti, as
Bodhisattvas practice charity for the welfare of all living
beings they should do it in this manner.

The Diamond Sutra

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Gallery as a galere, a coven as in (13) witches (odd number of 'rowers' makes a spin).

Invocations of metempsychosis...



"Agneau de Dieu qui enleve les peches du monde"

"Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world"


Agnus Dei

Agni - sanskrit: Fire

agni

[link to upload.wikimedia.org]

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Been messing with visualization of monad to dyad transformations.

In the Sophia:

Seeing himself within himself in a mirror, he appeared resembling himself, but his likeness appeared as Divine Self-Father, and <as> Confronter over the Confronted ones, First Existent Unbegotten Father.
...
"First Man has his unique mind, within, and thought - just as he is it (thought) - (and) considering, reflecting, rationality, power. All the attributes that exist are perfect and immortal. In respect to imperishableness, they are indeed equal. (But) in respect to power, they are different, like the difference between father and son <, and son> and thought, and the thought and the remainder. As I said earlier, among the things that were created, the monad is first.
- Sophia of J.C.
[link to www.gnosis.org]

The monad reflected and then split with opposite spin...

monad2dyad

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Vesica 1:1.732 aspect

Equatorial, meridional, and +/- 144 deg

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Vesica at +/-144deg

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Been thinking about the Tara Brooch, and the seat of the pineal...

Mirrored and +/- 14.4 deg

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Re: Monad to dyad transitions - a tail tale of fishes
144 total +/-72 deg

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Re: Monad to dyad transitions - a tail tale of fishes
+/- 48 deg vesica - 'Way to Heaven'


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+/- 48 again

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+/-48 - The 96 Way

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Re: Monad to dyad transitions - a tail tale of fishes
+/-14.4 - Equatorial Seat

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+/-72 - The Chosen

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Equatorial gallery +/-14.4 deg and horz piscis

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Re: Monad to dyad transitions - a tail tale of fishes
Tympanum and Tara Brooch

The Romanesque tympanum of Vezelay Abbey, Burgundy, France:

tympanum

To the left of Christ, the downtrodden.
Drawn is the negativity as air, light is the burden.

To the right of Christ, the cleansed.
Healed through the waters, cast without judgement, Love keeps no record.


Tara Brooch:

:tarabrooch:


open root

:openroot:


fecondation/division of monad/pisces rising

:fecondation:

Adam+Sophia - assembly+life

Communion with the elements (air/water)

:vpiscis:

All are chosen.

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Part Deux

open root

:openroot:

rising fire/stoking grace/earth energies

:therising:

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Part Trois

pisces falling/draining the 'swamp'

open cup/gathering the Light

:opencup:

rebirth/crowning/excalibur/capstone/keystone

:refecondation:

light/spirit/seat of the pineal/unity/grace

:thefill:

Covenant sealed.

Communion with the universe

:hpiscis:

The Key to Art.
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Equatorial gallery -/+14.4 deg and horz piscis

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Stereograms from previous layer set:

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Equatorial shift +/- 19.47 degrees

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Why no responses to this thread?

some of these are downright freaky.
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Dude-
How exactly were these Sun images made?
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Dude-
How exactly were these Sun images made?
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This is a continuation of a previous thread and there's another thread on the general topic.

Check this shit out I just noticed about the triangle on the Sun
Thread: Check this shit out I just noticed about the triangle on the Sun

Flipped Images of the Sun
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

The images are flattened layers where one layer is the actual image and the other is a mirrored version. Then the overlaying image gets 50% opacity.

Some of these images, as described, have layers tilted with respect to each other. Some also have a layer shifted to form overlays as with piscis (1:1.732) intersections.
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Equatorial gallery -/+14.4 deg

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Dude-
Is there a tutorial on this process anywhere?
I have photoshop and would love to try this myself.
THX
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Dude-
Is there a tutorial on this process anywhere?
I have photoshop and would love to try this myself.
THX
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Just make a copy of the photo (you can duplicate a layer for an easy copy within the same picture) and rotate it. Then think crazy thoughts and see things!
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Dude-
Is there a tutorial on this process anywhere?
I have photoshop and would love to try this myself.
THX
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Just make a copy of the photo (you can duplicate a layer for an easy copy within the same picture) and rotate it. Then think crazy thoughts and see things!
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lmao

exactly!! The crazier the better. Eye Opium.
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Dude-
Is there a tutorial on this process anywhere?
I have photoshop and would love to try this myself.
THX
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Just make a copy of the photo (you can duplicate a layer for an easy copy within the same picture) and rotate it. Then think crazy thoughts and see things!
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lmao

exactly!! The crazier the better. Eye Opium.
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hehe cool stuff OP keep at 'er

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I guess I thought the photo had to be split and mirrored to get that kind of symmetry???
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I guess I thought the photo had to be split and mirrored to get that kind of symmetry???
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Many variants, but simply flip the 2nd layer (e.g., vertically, horizontally)... and make the top layer semi-transparent.
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Re: Monad to dyad transitions - a tail tale of fishes
some of them images you overlapped into the solar image where straight up fucked up.. but why would you overlay them with the sun? i dont get it.. because it seemed unnatural from the sun that i know, thats all..
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some of them images you overlapped into the solar image where straight up fucked up.. but why would you overlay them with the sun? i dont get it.. because it seemed unnatural from the sun that i know, thats all..
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What you see is from the overlap, just the sun.
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Gallery at +/-45 deg.

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A few equatorial stereograms

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Re: Monad to dyad transitions - a tail tale of fishes
Checking the Carrington Rotation,
at the magnetosphere inversion or neutral zone
14.4 degree clockwise rotation

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Re: Monad to dyad transitions - a tail tale of fishes
Since the meridional direction is an inflection zone, here're some shots:


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A shame to have to scale these down, she's a beaut


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