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Enigmatic "Ribbon" Of Energy Discovered by NASA Satellite Explained
by Staff Writers
Durham NH (SPX) Feb 07, 2013

After three years of puzzling over a striking "ribbon" of energy and particles discovered by NASA's Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) at the edge of our solar system, scientists may be on the verge of cracking the mystery...

..."If the theory is correct," Schwadron notes, "the ribbon can be used to tell us how we're moving through the magnetic fields of the interstellar medium and how those magnetic fields then influence our space environment."...

..This may have important ramifications for the history and future of radiation in space, and its impact here on Earth, as the heliosphere changes in response to changing conditions in the interstellar medium or the "space between the stars."...

...According to the retention theory, the ribbon exists in a special location where neutral hydrogen atoms from the solar wind move across the local galactic magnetic field. Neutral atoms are not affected by magnetic fields, but when their electrons get stripped away they become charged ions and begin to gyrate rapidly around magnetic field lines.

That rapid rotation creates waves or vibrations in the magnetic field, and the charged ions then become trapped by the waves. This is the process that creates the ribbon.
...

...This is the nature of the new ribbon model. The ribbon is a region where particles, originally from the solar wind, become trapped or 'retained' due to intense waves and vibrations in the magnetic field."...

...Although the retention theory may check all the boxes, the IBEX team is still far from claiming that the ribbon is fully explained.
 Quoting: Science Daily

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ibex has been talking to our electrical engineers since nov 2010
so the electrical engineers comments should crop up this coming week

i imagine
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True Love emanating from the Heart can act as an energetic shield and create distinct waves that protect ... but making me think I need to pull out that movie knowing for some reason hmm

Time to throw fear out the window in all aspects so as not to be a food/ magnet source huh ?


Spirituality must be lived, not just studied. All the books in the world will NOT help us if we do not live what we learn.

"You can lead a person to knowledge, but You can't make them think"

"It is Balance That I seek"

"Somewhere beyond our ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing,
there is a Garden , The Balance. I’ll meet you there."

ENFJ-A " the Protagonist"

“The heart and mind must be brought into perfect equilibrium before true thinking or true spirituality can be attained. The highest function of the mind is reason; the highest function of the heart is intuition, a sensing process not necessitating the normal working of the mind.” ~Manly P. Hall

Love, Faith, and Hope to All hugs

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one person through out the whole thread...

says something

fringe you are a good person sorry im such an ass
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good morning
i was going to remind myself our year plus of history concerning our talks on how and why you feel precognitive which have always ended in you being banned from threads i have edit facility on
then i saw this

tonight I stop believing

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Thread: tonight I stop believing

new page
new day
new way

maybe tounge
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Seer777 is frustrated and scared

its ok.


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Scared...no.

Frustrated...a bit.


Are you drunk?

Or should I presume that it is still too early for that?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

hmm
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To some, communication is solely interrupting or taking a contrarian stance for the sake of it. A brand of social stigma that leaves one believing bitterness and irritainment is all there is.
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Seer777 is frustrated and scared

its ok.


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Scared...no.

Frustrated...a bit.


Are you drunk?

Or should I presume that it is still too early for that?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

hmm
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To some, communication is solely interrupting or taking a contrarian stance for the sake of it. A brand of social stigma that leaves one believing bitterness and irritainment is all there is.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


How in the fuck was the poster interrupting by talking about the very topic you all have been on for what feels like two weeks. The colors and orange?
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lol, thank you for the limited attention span.
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hugs Be back later all ... had a stressful night don't need the current buzz happening on the thread as it has gone all cally whompus :(

Mother got caught driving down the wrong way on the intersate in another state and is now hospitalized and almost caused a pile up with 18 wheelers. Then Son came home drunk in a way I have never seen and had to sit with him so he didn't throw up in his sleep

Toodaloo

Have a blessed day hf

blwkss
Spirituality must be lived, not just studied. All the books in the world will NOT help us if we do not live what we learn.

"You can lead a person to knowledge, but You can't make them think"

"It is Balance That I seek"

"Somewhere beyond our ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing,
there is a Garden , The Balance. I’ll meet you there."

ENFJ-A " the Protagonist"

“The heart and mind must be brought into perfect equilibrium before true thinking or true spirituality can be attained. The highest function of the mind is reason; the highest function of the heart is intuition, a sensing process not necessitating the normal working of the mind.” ~Manly P. Hall

Love, Faith, and Hope to All hugs

createOR
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hugs Be back later all ... had a stressful night don't need the current buzz happening on the thread as it has gone all cally whompus :(

Mother got caught driving down the wrong way on the intersate in another state and is now hospitalized and almost caused a pile up with 18 wheelers. Then Son came home drunk in a way I have never seen and had to sit with him so he didn't throw up in his sleep

Toodaloo

Have a blessed day hf

blwkss
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wow
would be nice to not experience all that in our past 24 hours hugs
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hugs Be back later all ... had a stressful night don't need the current buzz happening on the thread as it has gone all cally whompus :(

Mother got caught driving down the wrong way on the intersate in another state and is now hospitalized and almost caused a pile up with 18 wheelers. Then Son came home drunk in a way I have never seen and had to sit with him so he didn't throw up in his sleep

Toodaloo

Have a blessed day hf

blwkss
 Quoting: >~* Flutterby Fringe*~<


Geez, you too.

Looks like some stuff went down, I'll moonwalk backwards out of here for a while (new girl show, lol).
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One of the funniest shows on right now,imo
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Thread: Robot sees itself for the first time

"NICE!" chuckle ROBOTdance


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lol
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Thought I would be this here. It is a theory on how gravity's force can vary in accordance with how the galaxy spins, etc.

Thread: Macro Spin Levels and the Relativistic Universe Model
[link to www.blazelabs.com]

In the following paragraph, we will see that on earth (were most experiments are done), no object is really at rest, and that the relativistic mass has to be considered even for a steel ball sitting motionless on a table. The only thing which is in fact at rest in the whole (closed) universe is its boundary, or its reference frame beyond which no matter can exist.

How fast is Earth going

For us who live on this planet, it looks as if our planet is stationary. In fact, a long time ago, it was believed that the sun and stars all revolved around the fixed earth, and that the earth was at the centre of the universe. We now know, that our Earth is just a tiny planet residing in a huge universe containing multiple galaxies of thousands of solar systems.

We know that our planet spins on its axis at one cycle every day. The solar system in turn, spins at one cycle every year. We normally refer to solar system spin as planet orbit motion, but in fact even the sun is known to be spinning, so it is more correct to call it solar system spin. Our whole solar system is thus spinning on its own axis while orbiting around our Sagittarius Dwarf galaxy (not the Milky Way galaxy) at one cycle every approximately 226 million years, and it's highly probable that other galaxies spin around as well, and this hierarchy goes on for five levels. All this happens within a closed fixed frame universe. So, saying that something is at rest means only that it is traveling at the same velocity as the observer and not at rest in relation to the universe frame of reference. So, your PC, your desk, your room are all traveling through space at the same speed as you are, and the velocity at which you are traveling right now is far greater than you would ever expect.

The table below shows the currently accepted velocities for the known universe.

•How fast is the Earth spinning? 0.46 km/sec
•How fast is the Solar system spinning? 30 km/sec
•How fast is the Galaxy spinning? 250 km/sec
•How fast is our super cluster spinning? 627 km/sec
•How fast is the CMBR frame spinning? Assumed at rest


So, when all these velocities happen to line up, we will have an absolute velocity of 907.46 km/sec or 0.3% the speed of light when 'stationary'!
 Quoting: Septenary Man


:univaaa:

Macro Spin Levels

This great attractor is assumed by most, to be fixed in space that it can be taken as the fixed reference in the universe. As you see in my universe hierarchy diagram, and as highly debated within astronomers and scientists, we lack much data and knowledge to assume such thing, and the great attractor is probably orbiting around, with other great attractors around the real fixed centre of the universe. For the pre-eliminary calculations we shall abide to the conventional idea that the great attractor is fixed, and start from Spin level 4 which is the orbital velocity of the galaxy about the great attractor.
[link to www.blazelabs.com]


Macro Spin Level 2

Now let's consider level 2, the orbital spin of the earth and other planets around the sun. Actually it's not the planets that are spinning around the sun, but the entire solar system, including the sun is rotating on its own axis. In astronomy, the "ecliptic plane" is by definition, the 2D plane in space defined by the sun at its centre, and by the orbit of the earth, as shown below. The 12 zodiac constellations are all on the ecliptic plane. Let us assume that an observer outside our solar system is observing the motion from a fixed point in space on the same plane as the ecliptic plane. If he could measure the velocities of the sun and earth, he would note that the sun is moving at a constant 250 kps around the centre of the galaxy, but he would also note that the earth is not moving at a constant velocity.
[link to www.blazelabs.com]

Macro Spin Level 1

We know a lot of data on this level. The tangential velocity of spin level 1, can be easily calculated knowing the radius of earth and the time it takes for one complete spin (one sidereal day).

Calculation of mass variation for Macro Spin Level 1

Equatorial Earth's diameter : 12757km
Time for complete spin about its axis: 23hrs 56mins 4sec = 86164 seconds
Equatorial perimeter = Pi * 12757 = 40077.29km
Tangential velocity = 40077.29/86164 = 0.465 km/sec or kps
Earth's orbital velocity around the sun (spin level 2) is known to be 30kps.

[link to www.blazelabs.com]


Modern astronomy will agree with this model up to the Sagittarius A level. Beyond this hierarchy level, no one knows anything, even if most researchers would agree that they cannot exclude the possibility of the existence of higher hierarchy levels and that the highest known level could in fact be rotating about some yet unknown centre of the universe.

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Thread: Robot sees itself for the first time

"NICE!" chuckle ROBOTdance


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lol
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i wonder
is word sequence and tone from a familiar shape enough to prompt emotion in a person
it is
you could like and dislike a machine by it`s tone of word sequence if it moved familiarly while it spoke tounge
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Thread: Robot sees itself for the first time

"NICE!" chuckle ROBOTdance


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lol
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i wonder
is word sequence and tone from a familiar shape enough to prompt emotion in a person
it is
you could like and dislike a machine by it`s tone of word sequence if it moved familiarly while it spoke tounge
 Quoting: aether


Yes.

I liked it when he said, oh, this is me...nice.

rofl
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now consider the ribbon as a pinch
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Oh, nice! And all condensing towards the knot area (?).

There is not enough information they let out about this stuff.

Is the knot the area of where the ribbon...oh, wait.

Our heliosphere hits the perpendicular running magnetic fields, and changes neutral energies (dormant energies), and creates polarity of those neutral energies. This is what the ribbon is, a form of pinch. But at this point, the pinch is strung along the wide arc of the front area of helio. The more the helio is immersed within this new highly magnetized region, the more neutral energies are being polarized. As this increases, 'condensation' (as you worded it) becomes stronger and stronger, and begins organizing itself. The knot would be an accumulation point as it is probably where the front 'bowshock' was thought to occur. It would be the center point of the rapidly manifesting pinch.

VERY interesting thought here.

Thank you Sweden.
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sept forming a working model within his visuals tounge
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sept forming a working model within his visuals tounge
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It is beautiful too.

Like a rolling wave hitting shore, the wave is strong out. When the wave is a swell, it is similar to neutral energies (no polarity). As the wave hits shore, it's entire energy becomes a z-pinch that is strung out along the line of the breaking wave. The z-pinch of the wave is the neutral energies achieving polarity.

But, with this idea, the breaking waters begin organizing itself because of the new born polarities are attracting/repulsing, etc.

The visual is so...incredible. It is like new thought to me, new ways of thinking. Love it.
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Looks like some sort of plant used for the nervous system. Could be cannabis or another older mesopotamian nervous system plant.
Alot of plants show what they are medicinally for by the shapes of them. Like the poke plant looks like the nervous system and is actually for the nervous system(very poisonous parts though).
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good thought
they knew the cause of kundalini linked to body structure, environment structure and electricity
they used known objects to show people what they were telling
like snake = electricity
would they us known plant affects to show processes to
and/or
provide a remembered affects cause of similar nature to what was not known by others or was to become forgotten by others
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The two men are using archon(animal head guys) waves instead of serpentine waves, is there a difference? Also, does one guy represent 'all that is not you' so there is two. Like 'you' and 'all that is not you' be in agreement?
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oh
now that is clever
the original nigishzida has the 2
each guy has 1 of the 2
and
the difference between archon and serpentine must be telluric current or atmospheric current
two differing affects on the "mind"
because the source of the two currents contains differing information

hmm
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maybe now we begin to see
how the local belief of 1 arose

synergy
singular affect looks and feels like there must be one
cos how would you experience a singular affect
but from a singular cause
never seeing
the singular cause was 2 causes of singular affect
 Quoting: aether


And maybe why the female was left out.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


the only reason

 Quoting: aether



That would be boitata current/underworld. So half a year she would be in connection to boitata and the other half to atmospheric.
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oh
seasonal

and we know even our assumed constants are seasonal because of electrical affects

The Sun is changing the rate of radioactive decay, and breaking the rules of chemistry

Intriguingly, the decay seemed to vary with the seasons, with the rate a little faster in the winter and a little slower in the summer.
 Quoting: observation

[link to io9.com]
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because /z\ male non earth origin people were experienced and seen to do things
it does not mean that male earth origin people can do the same things

emotions
on earth which is more more sensitive structure to emotions
the mans
or
the womens
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because /z\ male non earth origin people were experienced and seen to do things
it does not mean that male earth origin people can do the same things

emotions
on earth which is more more sensitive structure to emotions
the mans
or
the womens
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if we studied an older culture than our from another location than earth
or even our golden age culture , do things it is most likely the roles the women and men took in what they did was based on thoughts, sensations and knowing we never possessed thus for us to take the same roles and expect the same result
is never going to happen quickly
if at all
because the culture we studied/experienced did all that it did for convenience of themselves because they knew what they were doing
so either or any could do it
most likely
but
one thing for sure
from the evidence left behind
they never left the female out
our translations of their role play are our
not theirs

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because /z\ male non earth origin people were experienced and seen to do things
it does not mean that male earth origin people can do the same things

emotions
on earth which is more more sensitive structure to emotions
the mans
or
the womens
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if we studied an older culture than our from another location than earth
or even our golden age culture , do things it is most likely the roles the women and men took in what they did was based on thoughts, sensations and knowing we never possessed thus for us to take the same roles and expect the same result
is never going to happen quickly
if at all
because the culture we studied/experienced did all that it did for convenience of themselves because they knew what they were doing
so either or any could do it
most likely
but
one thing for sure
from the evidence left behind
they never left the female out
our translations of their role play are our
not theirs
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yes
and we know where ours came from
planet become gods we made into people
that is our way
that is what we superimposed over our translations of the evidence left on our planet surface
we kept all the bits and pieces we could
but we superimposed our own ways onto people of golden age or off planet
and neither possessed the beliefs we possess so none of their role play match ours
because role play is expressed belief

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kingship ("him" belief)

For the Egyptians it was the creator-king Ra, for the Sumerians it was the high god An, from whom kingship descended. Similarly, the Hindu Brahma, the Chinese Huang-ti, Mexican Quetzalcoatl, Mayan Itzam Na and numerous counterparts among other nations, all preside over a paradisal epoch, while establishing the ideals and principles of kingship.

In Egypt, Mesopotamia, Persia, China, Greece, Italy, northern Europe, pre-Columbian Mexico and Central America--in fact, wherever the institution of kingship arose--the general rule is that royal genealogies lead back to this exemplary ruler, celebrated as the first in a sacred line of kings. The different myths recount in rich detail how the god built a great temple or city in primeval times, invented the alphabet, or taught a new language to a pre-literate race. They say it was he who invented the wheel, introduced the science of agriculture, instituted laws, and taught the true religion--in short, brought to a barbarous race all of the arts of civilization.

There is also a crucial connection here. This "ancestor-king" is so completely identified with the Golden Age that it is impossible to separate the one myth from the other. There is no Golden Age without a founding king, no founding king without a Golden Age.

The fabulous chronology of Egyptian kings or pharaohs offers a telling example. In his sweeping history of ancient Egypt, the Greek historian Herodotus enumerates the early lineage of kings. He tells us that there was a first king of Egypt, and his name was Helios. This first king of Egypt was not a mere mortal! He was a celestial power.

Of course Herodotus was simply translating an Egyptian name into Greek. For the Egyptians, the institution of kingship began with the rule of the primeval sun god Atum or Ra, who, prior to his retirement from the world, founded the Zep Tepi, the First Time, or Golden Age.

In Egypt all of the kingship rites point backwards to the age of Ra, a supreme god celebrated from one end of Egypt to the other as the prototype of kings. Indeed, every historical king's or pharaoh's authority derived from a connection to the ancestral king, for as the best Egyptologists have pointed out, the pharaoh was accredited as such by the claim that the blood of Atum-Ra coursed through his veins.

In rites deeply rooted in Egyptian cosmology, each new king symbolically ascended the throne of Ra, took as spouse Ra's own mistress, the mother goddess, wielded Ra's scepter, built temples and cities modeled after Ra's temple or city in the sky, adorned himself with the beard of the god, wore the crown of Ra as his own, and defeated neighboring enemies in just the way that Ra had defeated the hordes of darkness or chaos in the Zep Tepi. Identification of local king and celestial prototype was absolute.

Such is the universal tradition. Every king was, in a magical way, the Universal Monarch reborn. And this is why the chroniclers of king took such pains to establish the unbroken line. Only by proclaiming that the local king carried the blood of his predecessor, the Universal Monarch, could they certify his suitability for the prescribed function of kings.

The ancient Sumerians repeatedly proclaimed that kingship had descended directly from the creator-king An, the most ancient and highest god of the pantheon, and the revered founder of the Golden Age.

Consider the myths and images of the Hindu Brahma, Manu or Yama, the Iranian Yima, Danish Frodhi, or Chinese Huang-Ti--all models of the good king, ruling over a primitive paradise. The respective cultures esteemed these mythical figures as prototypes. In later ages the chroniclers have such figures ruling on earth. But in the earliest traditions the kingdom is in the sky, and the ancient rule of the Universal Monarch is one of the most pervasive archetypes of world mythology.

Natives of Mexico insisted that the great god Quetzalcoatl, a sun god who ruled before the present sun, was their first king and founder of the kingship rites. He not only introduced all of the arts of civilization, but presided over an ancient paradise.

The ancient Maya proclaimed that their once-spectacular civilization had its origins in the rule of the creator-king and god of the Golden Age, Itzam Na. At the center of Mayan culture, stood the sovereign chief, announcing himself as something like "the King of Kings and ruler of the world, regent on earth of the great Itzam Na."

The leading Mayan expert, J. Eric Thompson, saw this as an "inflated notion of grandeur….a sort of divine right of kings which would have turned James I green with envy." And yet throughout the ancient world, one encounters this divine "grandeur" of kings at every turn.

The original concept may appear as self flattery, but it actually has more to do with a burden of kings, the requirement that the king live up to the mythical aura of the revered predecessor. Never was there a king in early times that did not wear the dress of a mythical god--the model of the good ruler. Whatever the celestial, founding king had achieved, it was the duty of the present king, pharaoh, or emperor to duplicate, at least through symbolic repetition. For such was the first test of a good king.

This historical burden of kings will explain why every king was expected to renew the primeval era of peace and plenty.

Why, for example, was the Egyptian Pharaoh Thutmose III so eager to announce that he had restored conditions "as they were in the beginning", in the Zep Tepi or Golden Age of Ra? Or why did the Pharaoh Amenhotep III congratulate himself so for having made the country "flourish as in primeval times..."? The Pharaoh was expected to repeat the achievements of the celestial prototype.

In the same way, when the Sumerian king Dungi ascended the throne, it was declared that a champion had arisen to restore the original Paradise.. Indeed, every Sumerian king was expected to reproduce the wonders of "That Day," or the "Year of Abundance"--the Golden Age of An. When the famous Assyrian king Assurbanipal took the throne, the chroniclers proclaimed that "the harvest was plentiful, the corn was abundant. . .the cattle multiplied exceedingly." For such was the accreditation of a good king.

Among the Hebrews, the expectation was continually expressed that the king would introduce a new Golden Age. The Irish King, according to the respected expert J. A. MacCulloch, ruled under the same expectation: "Prosperity was supposed to characterize every good king's reign in Ireland," MacCulloch writes, and "the result is precisely that which everywhere marked the golden age."

This is, of course, a very familiar idea. In the words of the eminent psychoanalyst, Carl Jung, the ancient king was "the magical source of welfare and prosperity." It's interesting how often scholars have noticed the theme, without explaining it. How did this universal idea arise--that the earth is fruitful under the good king?

According to the myths themselves, the ideals of kingship were a mirror of the life and personality of the great celestial king whose rule brought abundance and cosmic harmony. Hence, the same state of things should accompany that king's successors who share in the blood-line and charisma of the great predecessor, whether that predecessor is called Ra or An, Quetzalcoatl or Itzam Na. [link to thunderbolts.info]
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and our 1 belief forces us to make the 1 male
thus not only do we always start with the wrong motive
all is 1 thus we are motivated to discover the 1
we use the wrong sex to be the wrong object of our wrong motive
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It is beautiful too.

Like a rolling wave hitting shore, the wave is strong out. When the wave is a swell, it is similar to neutral energies (no polarity). As the wave hits shore, it's entire energy becomes a z-pinch that is strung out along the line of the breaking wave. The z-pinch of the wave is the neutral energies achieving polarity.

But, with this idea, the breaking waters begin organizing itself because of the new born polarities are attracting/repulsing, etc.

The visual is so...incredible. It is like new thought to me, new ways of thinking. Love it.
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Seasonal variation of the global electrical circuit

The effects of boundary layer aerosol particles on the electric field measurement of the DC global circuit are considered. Aitken (condensation) nuclei concentrations are found to have systematic local seasonal variations which obscure the global behavior of the DC circuit. These local variations appear to be the result of several seasonal factors, including variations in atmospheric mixed layer heights, variations in the productions rates of anthropogenic aerosols, and variations in surface wind speed. Air-Earth conduction current measurements made by W. Cobb at Mauna Loa (1977–1983), a site remote from sources of pollution and mostly above the boundary layer, appear to be relatively free of aerosol particle effects. The Mauna Loa data are examined and the air-Earth current is found to peak in the northern hemisphere summer, consistent with the peak of the global thunderstorm activity in the same season. A reanalysis of the entire Carnegie and Maud ocean data set as well as ongoing Schumann resonance results support this finding. However, the general absence of a distinct semiannual signal remains unresolved.
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Seasonal variation of the global electrical circuit

The effects of boundary layer aerosol particles on the electric field measurement of the DC global circuit are considered. Aitken (condensation) nuclei concentrations are found to have systematic local seasonal variations which obscure the global behavior of the DC circuit. These local variations appear to be the result of several seasonal factors, including variations in atmospheric mixed layer heights, variations in the productions rates of anthropogenic aerosols, and variations in surface wind speed. Air-Earth conduction current measurements made by W. Cobb at Mauna Loa (1977–1983), a site remote from sources of pollution and mostly above the boundary layer, appear to be relatively free of aerosol particle effects. The Mauna Loa data are examined and the air-Earth current is found to peak in the northern hemisphere summer, consistent with the peak of the global thunderstorm activity in the same season. A reanalysis of the entire Carnegie and Maud ocean data set as well as ongoing Schumann resonance results support this finding. However, the general absence of a distinct semiannual signal remains unresolved.
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That would be boitata current/underworld. So half a year she would be in connection to boitata and the other half to atmospheric.
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oh
seasonal

and we know even our assumed constants are seasonal because of electrical affects


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I always wanted to know is why they always carried Easter baskets or man pocketbooks
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Bird brain

Bird brain (Thalamus) driving pineal (obvious pine cone) and pituitary (basket)
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Actually, Thalamus is fish-brain... and the Gnostic Bridal chamber... wink

fish
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Seasonal variation of the global electrical circuit

The effects of boundary layer aerosol particles on the electric field measurement of the DC global circuit are considered. Aitken (condensation) nuclei concentrations are found to have systematic local seasonal variations which obscure the global behavior of the DC circuit. These local variations appear to be the result of several seasonal factors, including variations in atmospheric mixed layer heights, variations in the productions rates of anthropogenic aerosols, and variations in surface wind speed. Air-Earth conduction current measurements made by W. Cobb at Mauna Loa (1977–1983), a site remote from sources of pollution and mostly above the boundary layer, appear to be relatively free of aerosol particle effects. The Mauna Loa data are examined and the air-Earth current is found to peak in the northern hemisphere summer, consistent with the peak of the global thunderstorm activity in the same season. A reanalysis of the entire Carnegie and Maud ocean data set as well as ongoing Schumann resonance results support this finding. However, the general absence of a distinct semiannual signal remains unresolved.
 Quoting: observation

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That would be boitata current/underworld. So half a year she would be in connection to boitata and the other half to atmospheric.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


oh
seasonal

and we know even our assumed constants are seasonal because of electrical affects


 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether





The two men are using archon(animal head guys) waves instead of serpentine waves, is there a difference? Also, does one guy represent 'all that is not you' so there is two. Like 'you' and 'all that is not you' be in agreement?
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oh
now that is clever
the original nigishzida has the 2
each guy has 1 of the 2
and
the difference between archon and serpentine must be telluric current or atmospheric current
two differing affects on the "mind"
because the source of the two currents contains differing information


hmm
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Thread: Robot sees itself for the first time

"NICE!" chuckle ROBOTdance


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lol
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i wonder
is word sequence and tone from a familiar shape enough to prompt emotion in a person
it is
you could like and dislike a machine by it`s tone of word sequence if it moved familiarly while it spoke tounge
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Yes.

I liked it when he said, oh, this is me...nice.

rofl
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....

"Whoa... I'm ready to recognize myself."

tounge
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I always wanted to know is why they always carried Easter baskets or man pocketbooks
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Bird brain

Bird brain (Thalamus) driving pineal (obvious pine cone) and pituitary (basket)
 Quoting: just a dude


Actually, Thalamus is fish-brain... and the Gnostic Bridal chamber... wink

fish
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cos it`s immersed in the ocean

The Sumerians envisioned the universe as a closed dome surrounded by a primordial saltwater sea. Underneath the terrestrial earth, which formed the base of the dome, existed an underworld and a freshwater ocean called the Apsu. The deity of the dome-shaped firmament was named An; the earth was named Ki. First the underground world was believed to be an extension of the goddess Ki, but later developed into the concept of Kigal. The primordial saltwater sea was named Nammu, who became known as Tiamat during and after the Sumerian Renaissance.
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