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Good morning cheer


I have recently taken an interest in ancient Egyptians. wink
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in my recent astrophysical research wanderings (trying to slueth out what the deal is with the precesion of the equinoxes) i have realized that it is very dificult to measure our (the solar system's) position and velocity within the greater (local) galactic context, beacuse, well, everything is moving...

it turns out that where we are is relative to where everything else is and our position and velocity depends on what we choose as referance points. Seeing this truth, i asked myself: how do we measure the length of our year (wanting to start small, u know?

and goddammit if even *that* is on shaky ground. I mean, think about it: how do we know we've gone one full rotation around Sol? It seems simple and obvious, but it is far from. I mean it's easy to know aproximatly from the seasons and the position of the sun in the sky, but to know *exactly*? not so much.

We used to think of the stars as fixed and used them as a measure, but what with the realazation that the large majority of the sky presseses, spins 'backwards' with respect to our yearly roation, it becomes a bit problematic.

look into "sidereal time" to get a feel for it.

current science measures our earth year using very distant quazars, cuz they *seem* to be the most 'stable' referance and we believe that pression (the great year = roughly 25,000 years) is caused by a gyroscopic 'wobble' in the earth's rotation and this works kinda if you think about it a while.

but there's a problem: first, this hypothosis, assumes that the earth is a solitary system (which we - meaning us here on this thread- know is not correct) and this pression and woble depends only on earth based dynamics. There are some incredibly complex math that 'almost' predicts the rate of pression, but here again is a problem, cuz this rate changes and current theroy cannot predict this changing rate, so every few years or so they (the mathematicians) tweak their equations to account for measured data.

it's all quite mind bending when you take the time to really look into the subject...

back to the egyptians : they had a very unique (to us calendar) and it was based on Sirius, the dog star. It was delightfully simple: 12 30 day months followed by 5 (and once every 4 years 6) holy days, or days out of time. and unlike any other calendar, the months stayed true year after year within sidereal time!

so what is so interesting about the dogstar (the brightest star in the sky, comprised of two stars actually: a binary system)?

1: if we choose sirius as our stellar referance (sirius is only 7 light years away, btw) then our earth year is *exactly* 365 and 1/4 days long, as apoosed to a few minutes shorter or longer, measured using the distant quasars or earth, respectively.

2: sirius is the *only* star that does not precess along with all the rest of the zodiac. that is to say that while Ares has been replaced by Pisces at the spring spring eqinox, sirius resolutly remains still in the sky.

3: if we consider the precession as a consequence of the solar system's rotation about a near stellar mass, then not only does the dogstar become the perfect canidate for that mass, but the change in rate of the pression of the eqinoxes becomes easily explainable in terms of keplarian eliptical orbital dynamics and the observed change in rate becomes predictable.

further reading:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to www.viewzone.com]

[link to www.binaryresearchinstitute.org]


be prepared to have your mind bent
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very nice summation /z\
it suggests sirius is sols binary
and
like ourselves
someone a long time ago was outside our magnetosphere to know that

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I heard the headaches can be atrocious.
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It actually feels like the lenses of my eyes have been twisted outwardly.

It fixes on the optic nerves and causes phantom heat in the face.

It literally causes a beat all it's own.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Sounds really painful. Hope you find relief shortly.


Also, that is a really good way to describe the warmth sensations I have been receiving.

It was quite prominent yesterday.

hmm
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Good morning cheer


I have recently taken an interest in ancient Egyptians. wink
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


in my recent astrophysical research wanderings (trying to slueth out what the deal is with the precesion of the equinoxes) i have realized that it is very dificult to measure our (the solar system's) position and velocity within the greater (local) galactic context, beacuse, well, everything is moving...

it turns out that where we are is relative to where everything else is and our position and velocity depends on what we choose as referance points. Seeing this truth, i asked myself: how do we measure the length of our year (wanting to start small, u know?

and goddammit if even *that* is on shaky ground. I mean, think about it: how do we know we've gone one full rotation around Sol? It seems simple and obvious, but it is far from. I mean it's easy to know aproximatly from the seasons and the position of the sun in the sky, but to know *exactly*? not so much.

We used to think of the stars as fixed and used them as a measure, but what with the realazation that the large majority of the sky presseses, spins 'backwards' with respect to our yearly roation, it becomes a bit problematic.

look into "sidereal time" to get a feel for it.

current science measures our earth year using very distant quazars, cuz they *seem* to be the most 'stable' referance and we believe that pression (the great year = roughly 25,000 years) is caused by a gyroscopic 'wobble' in the earth's rotation and this works kinda if you think about it a while.

but there's a problem: first, this hypothosis, assumes that the earth is a solitary system (which we - meaning us here on this thread- know is not correct) and this pression and woble depends only on earth based dynamics. There are some incredibly complex math that 'almost' predicts the rate of pression, but here again is a problem, cuz this rate changes and current theroy cannot predict this changing rate, so every few years or so they (the mathematicians) tweak their equations to account for measured data.

it's all quite mind bending when you take the time to really look into the subject...

back to the egyptians : they had a very unique (to us calendar) and it was based on Sirius, the dog star. It was delightfully simple: 12 30 day months followed by 5 (and once every 4 years 6) holy days, or days out of time. and unlike any other calendar, the months stayed true year after year within sidereal time!

so what is so interesting about the dogstar (the brightest star in the sky, comprised of two stars actually: a binary system)?

1: if we choose sirius as our stellar referance (sirius is only 7 light years away, btw) then our earth year is *exactly* 365 and 1/4 days long, as apoosed to a few minutes shorter or longer, measured using the distant quasars or earth, respectively.

2: sirius is the *only* star that does not precess along with all the rest of the zodiac. that is to say that while Ares has been replaced by Pisces at the spring spring eqinox, sirius resolutly remains still in the sky.

3: if we consider the precession as a consequence of the solar system's rotation about a near stellar mass, then not only does the dogstar become the perfect canidate for that mass, but the change in rate of the pression of the eqinoxes becomes easily explainable in terms of keplarian eliptical orbital dynamics and the observed change in rate becomes predictable.

further reading:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to www.viewzone.com]

[link to www.binaryresearchinstitute.org]


be prepared to have your mind bent
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And back we are to khnemu ra the ram headed fish that formed man from primordial clay.
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I heard the headaches can be atrocious.
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It actually feels like the lenses of my eyes have been twisted outwardly.

It fixes on the optic nerves and causes phantom heat in the face.

It literally causes a beat all it's own.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Sounds really painful. Hope you find relief shortly.


Also, that is a really good way to describe the warmth sensations I have been receiving.

It was quite prominent yesterday.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


If there has been intense wind about. It could be the excitation you are picking up.

I'm just amazed the extent that the caffeine screws up our natural rhythm.
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Millennium Twain 2010

meanwhile here are my revised numbers from yesterday
(correcting a dropped decimal place, factor of ten error in the radius
and velocity numbers) [link to www.ojaipost.com]

this new model derives velocities based on an ellipse, rather than a circle,
so the orbital velocities vary -- from a high of 270 km/sec at Apogee and Perigee
to a low of 88 km/sec at mid-point of Sol's orbit about Sirius.

the velocities for Sirius, orbiting about Sol, vary from 29 km/sec to 88 km/sec.

my number's and Walter Cruttenden's are converging now, and we are
corresponding on the modeling. here is a discussion page:
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]

the Cross at 12,600 BCE marks the closest approach of Sirius and Sol, about a light year distant from each other, at that time, about 14,600 years ago. [By the way, I am now using 25,800 years as my baseline, not 26,000 years -- so these dates will change slightly.]

the 400 CE date is the 'darkest' portion of our orbit, the center year of the Kali Yuga eras, when Sirius and Sol are at their most distant point of the 25,800 Year great orbit.

2010 is not just for reference, it is where we are now!

I just posted your link to the Sirius Sol group page:
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]

Where I had posted the same info, courtesy Uwe Homann, yesterday.

There is no contradiction. You will note that the Sun and Sirius are ALSO moving towards each other, at 8 km/sec at this time, approaching each other.

All of the stars in the local groups are co-rotating about each, as they also spirally-propagate with each other about the Milky Way galaxy. Some of these co-orbiting group relationships are long-lived (in the hundreds of millions of years to billions?) and some are short-lived (millions of years?) -- we just need to paint a clearer picture now of which of the local streams, groups and clusters are actually traveling together, and around each other.

From the new numbers I generated today, see new illustration posted, I derived new numbers not only for our orbit of Sirius, but also for Alpha Centauri ... and we can do the same for Vega and Alcyone and others.
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hello buddy, my 11 year old asked what eyebrows are for today hahaha, so I wiggled mine with a cheesy grin and said expression.

Glad I am being on point, this detox is doing me wonders, might just make it a lifestyle.

Soon I would like to discuss why you and aether feel so different from others, if okay with you guys, but am still processing it and how it feels.
 Quoting: acuk 35067343


i have been doing a (lunar) month long cleanse every year for ten years now: in the spring cuz that just makes sense to me. i spend a month free from alcohol, sugar, wheat, meat, and caffine. i take it a bit further than most and go into extreme hunger in the middle of the process. turns out that the only science that demonstrates increased longevity is starvation. The idea is that when the body experiences long periods of hunger deep celualar repair mechanisms come online and dna is repaired and 'junk' dna replaced: the bits that are lost durring cell division.

more than any other healthly practice this has freakin' *changed* me. The last coupla of years i have aged backwards and while i am 45 years old, many people mistake me for young 30's...
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I heard the headaches can be atrocious.
 Quoting: Seer777


It actually feels like the lenses of my eyes have been twisted outwardly.

It fixes on the optic nerves and causes phantom heat in the face.

It literally causes a beat all it's own.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Sounds really painful. Hope you find relief shortly.


Also, that is a really good way to describe the warmth sensations I have been receiving.

It was quite prominent yesterday.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


If there has been intense wind about. It could be the excitation you are picking up.

I'm just amazed the extent that the caffeine screws up our natural rhythm.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


No wind. It feels more like pressing.

:)
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...



We do it too, via goosebumps and the fine hairs on our body standing on end imho, not just with tv's or electrical appliances.


The shiver and goosebumps are when interaction is taking place on an electrostatic level, so we are communicating atomically with the surrounding fields, earth guardian, higherselfs, et, etc...

possibly, all speculation on my part, but feels about right.


peace
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Yes, this is a topic introduced last year through the stories of the psychic connections natives had through long hair.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


hello buddy, my 11 year old asked what eyebrows are for today hahaha, so I wiggled mine with a cheesy grin and said expression.

Glad I am being on point, this detox is doing me wonders, might just make it a lifestyle.

Soon I would like to discuss why you and aether feel so different from others, if okay with you guys, but am still processing it and how it feels.
 Quoting: acuk 35067343


likely, because the agenda is full discourse rather than a personal bent or temporal fad.

Yesterday, I posted a statement saying that being inauthentic, even if it is projecting what you believe to be you would cause all information reflected back to you to be inauthentic; Thus trapping you in an artificially looping construct.

We need others to reconcile what is inside us. As no human will have the self sufficiency to see the reason for many of the things which bubble up. Thus by being blunt or forthright, safe in the assumption we only know what we feel.

We can authentically communicate with no mind for an agenda and heal invisible scars that separate.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


/agreed

but it's never always and sometimes (many times) truth and fact do not coinside.

+ i feel that sometimes perfect truth hurts more than it heals.

this i have learned from experience.

yet authentisty is important and context must be considered.

or so i feel....
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hello buddy, my 11 year old asked what eyebrows are for today hahaha, so I wiggled mine with a cheesy grin and said expression.

Glad I am being on point, this detox is doing me wonders, might just make it a lifestyle.

Soon I would like to discuss why you and aether feel so different from others, if okay with you guys, but am still processing it and how it feels.
 Quoting: acuk 35067343


i have been doing a (lunar) month long cleanse every year for ten years now: in the spring cuz that just makes sense to me. i spend a month free from alcohol, sugar, wheat, meat, and caffine. i take it a bit further than most and go into extreme hunger in the middle of the process. turns out that the only science that demonstrates increased longevity is starvation. The idea is that when the body experiences long periods of hunger deep celualar repair mechanisms come online and dna is repaired and 'junk' dna replaced: the bits that are lost durring cell division.

more than any other healthly practice this has freakin' *changed* me. The last coupla of years i have aged backwards and while i am 45 years old, many people mistake me for young 30's...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


Finding out what real hunger is is part of shedding emotionally reactive volatility.

In essence confusing placed desire for actual need.

I myself didn't eat for close to 2 years, but I wouldn't recommend that diet to anyone.
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Another potential of slowing waveform, along with the slowing of frequency of electrics, would be the plasmic inference of altering world current flows and a potent potential cooling force.


Thread: Conciousness, filters and the eschatological age

Plus ca change. Plus c'est la meme chose.
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mai pas tojours, mon amie: jame tojoure, c'est vrai.

sorry about the spelling, my french is verbal... not textual

:P
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Another potential of slowing waveform, along with the slowing of frequency of electrics, would be the plasmic inference of altering world current flows and a potent potential cooling force.


Thread: Conciousness, filters and the eschatological age

Plus ca change. Plus c'est la meme chose.
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mai pas tojours, mon amie: jame tojoure, c'est vrai.

sorry about the spelling, my french is verbal... not textual

:P
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lol, no worries, it's in the communicating that counts.
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i have been doing a (lunar) month long cleanse every year for ten years now: in the spring cuz that just makes sense to me. i spend a month free from alcohol, sugar, wheat, meat, and caffine. i take it a bit further than most and go into extreme hunger in the middle of the process. turns out that the only science that demonstrates increased longevity is starvation. The idea is that when the body experiences long periods of hunger deep celualar repair mechanisms come online and dna is repaired and 'junk' dna replaced: the bits that are lost durring cell division.

more than any other healthly practice this has freakin' *changed* me. The last coupla of years i have aged backwards and while i am 45 years old, many people mistake me for young 30's...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


Finding out what real hunger is is part of shedding emotionally reactive volatility.

In essence confusing placed desire for actual need.


I myself didn't eat for close to 2 years, but I wouldn't recommend that diet to anyone.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I wouldn't recommend it either. As by the 5th month my hair began to fall out. Never to bald spots, but it was quite alarming.

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It actually feels like the lenses of my eyes have been twisted outwardly.

It fixes on the optic nerves and causes phantom heat in the face.

It literally causes a beat all it's own.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Sounds really painful. Hope you find relief shortly.


Also, that is a really good way to describe the warmth sensations I have been receiving.

It was quite prominent yesterday.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


If there has been intense wind about. It could be the excitation you are picking up.

I'm just amazed the extent that the caffeine screws up our natural rhythm.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


No wind. It feels more like pressing.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Increased velocity externally allows for the internal structures to balloon with the inversion of pressure.

We are fish in an electromagnetic sea. Everything becomes nothing to the water. but perhaps ripples made from lead.
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Increased velocity externally allows for the internal structures to balloon with the inversion of pressure.

We are fish in an electromagnetic sea. Everything becomes nothing to the water. but perhaps ripples made from lead.
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I love that.


HeronRipples

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i have been doing a (lunar) month long cleanse every year for ten years now: in the spring cuz that just makes sense to me. i spend a month free from alcohol, sugar, wheat, meat, and caffine. i take it a bit further than most and go into extreme hunger in the middle of the process. turns out that the only science that demonstrates increased longevity is starvation. The idea is that when the body experiences long periods of hunger deep celualar repair mechanisms come online and dna is repaired and 'junk' dna replaced: the bits that are lost durring cell division.

more than any other healthly practice this has freakin' *changed* me. The last coupla of years i have aged backwards and while i am 45 years old, many people mistake me for young 30's...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


Finding out what real hunger is is part of shedding emotionally reactive volatility.

In essence confusing placed desire for actual need.


I myself didn't eat for close to 2 years, but I wouldn't recommend that diet to anyone.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I wouldn't recommend it either. As by the 5th month my hair began to fall out. Never to bald spots, but it was quite alarming.

cool2
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/wisdom Seestar.

i am very careful. there are basic irritriavable hunger points that initiate permanent unhealthy physical changes.

i work closely with my healer to insure that i do not cross that boundary.

all things in their proper measures, yes?
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i have been doing a (lunar) month long cleanse every year for ten years now: in the spring cuz that just makes sense to me. i spend a month free from alcohol, sugar, wheat, meat, and caffine. i take it a bit further than most and go into extreme hunger in the middle of the process. turns out that the only science that demonstrates increased longevity is starvation. The idea is that when the body experiences long periods of hunger deep celualar repair mechanisms come online and dna is repaired and 'junk' dna replaced: the bits that are lost durring cell division.

more than any other healthly practice this has freakin' *changed* me. The last coupla of years i have aged backwards and while i am 45 years old, many people mistake me for young 30's...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


Finding out what real hunger is is part of shedding emotionally reactive volatility.

In essence confusing placed desire for actual need.


I myself didn't eat for close to 2 years, but I wouldn't recommend that diet to anyone.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I wouldn't recommend it either. As by the 5th month my hair began to fall out. Never to bald spots, but it was quite alarming.

cool2
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I popped multi's and drank protein shakes(hemp) for all the essential oils and amino acids.
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I wouldn't recommend it either. As by the 5th month my hair began to fall out. Never to bald spots, but it was quite alarming.

cool2
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/wisdom Seestar.

i am very careful. there are basic irritriavable hunger points that initiate permanent unhealthy physical changes.

i work closely with my healer to insure that i do not cross that boundary.

all things in their proper measures, yes?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


I had it a bit easier or stranger in a way. As I lost all desire to eat.

I was always satiated. Eating anything was near torture. I would gag after a few bites of oatmeal.

Apples were the only thing I could regularly eat. My friends and family watched my physical being dissolve in front of them.

And the worry accompanied.


However, I have maintained my weight of 117lbs for 7 or 8 months. And my appetite has returned.

So I think I'm good.

:)


Also, do I know you by another screen name? As you are referencing me as one another occasionally does.

hmm
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I popped multi's and drank protein shakes(hemp) for all the essential oils and amino acids.
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I survived off Odwalla Superfood with Spirulina for the first 2 months.

'Green juice'.
[link to www.odwalla.com]


:)

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I popped multi's and drank protein shakes(hemp) for all the essential oils and amino acids.
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I survived off Odwalla Superfood with Spirulina for the first 2 months.

'Green juice'.
[link to www.odwalla.com]


:)
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You can make your own with seeds of any type. Lots of talk lately of chia.

I was once in a Guatemala bound train via Mazatlan with a group that was importing Spirulinia Pacifica. Needless to say they were commune kids and made a mint over time.
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You can make your own with seeds of any type. Lots of talk lately of chia.

I was once in a Guatemala bound train via Mazatlan with a group that was importing Spirulinia Pacifica. Needless to say they were commune kids and made a mint over time.
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I have seen it mentioned in theory, that spirulina could have potentially been the 'manna' which fed the Hebrews in the desert.

...


Is it just me or does this desert theme keep returning?

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Ha I just made another connection.

Have wondered what it was that was above his head in the carving on stone.

[link to encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com (secure)]


The thing above his head looks an awful lot like the pic below.

[link to lithiumdreamer.tripod.com]


Dion, cheers for reply, that makes sense, but spidey senses saying there is more hahaha, maybe not in your case, still delving.

My totem is a thunder bird, would love a headset like the natives, would wear it down the shops, look like a nutter in the market as I pick my fruit.
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You can make your own with seeds of any type. Lots of talk lately of chia.

I was once in a Guatemala bound train via Mazatlan with a group that was importing Spirulinia Pacifica. Needless to say they were commune kids and made a mint over time.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I have seen it mentioned in theory, that spirulina could have potentially been the 'manna' which fed the Hebrews in the desert.

...


Is it just me or does this desert theme keep returning?

scratching
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We're currently standing in an intellectual one. No one sees the reason for the richness of biodiversity yet (potential). As they are tied up in their streetfights with dead saints, imams and ninja clad rebbe as the far east cycles itself into the toxins of horatio alger dreams and repaves the dao in a minimalist image.

Time to slaughter the golden calf.
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Ha I just made another connection.

Have wondered what it was that was above his head in the carving on stone.

[link to encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com (secure)]


The thing above his head looks an awful lot like the pic below.

[link to lithiumdreamer.tripod.com]


Dion, cheers for reply, that makes sense, but spidey senses saying there is more hahaha, maybe not in your case, still delving.

My totem is a thunder bird, would love a headset like the natives, would wear it down the shops, look like a nutter in the market as I pick my fruit.
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Rest assured, I don't generally take myself too seriously.
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You can make your own with seeds of any type. Lots of talk lately of chia.

I was once in a Guatemala bound train via Mazatlan with a group that was importing Spirulinia Pacifica. Needless to say they were commune kids and made a mint over time.
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I have seen it mentioned in theory, that spirulina could have potentially been the 'manna' which fed the Hebrews in the desert.

...


Is it just me or does this desert theme keep returning?

scratching
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Have been to the deserts during my obe travels.

I named them the deserts of oblivion, as labels seem to help, is a mountain with a cave opening on the side and inside that cave was a being of great light, I landed outside and called to him, he zapped me with light, think I disturbed him, left a mark on me, to go with all the blooming others hahahaha.

Teach me for lifting rocks and sticking head in holes lol.

How are you seerstar?
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Is it just me or does this desert theme keep returning?

scratching
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Have been to the deserts during my obe travels.

I named them the deserts of oblivion, as labels seem to help, is a mountain with a cave opening on the side and inside that cave was a being of great light, I landed outside and called to him, he zapped me with light, think I disturbed him, left a mark on me, to go with all the blooming others hahahaha.

Teach me for lifting rocks and sticking head in holes lol.

How are you seerstar?
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I am good. The flow seems nice today. Much more gentle. Less turbulent.

Which is nice. I hope it lasts.

:)


To me the desert represents solitude and want.

Want of water.


TheDesertCave

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Millennium Twain 2010

meanwhile here are my revised numbers from yesterday
(correcting a dropped decimal place, factor of ten error in the radius
and velocity numbers) [link to www.ojaipost.com]

this new model derives velocities based on an ellipse, rather than a circle,
so the orbital velocities vary -- from a high of 270 km/sec at Apogee and Perigee
to a low of 88 km/sec at mid-point of Sol's orbit about Sirius.

the velocities for Sirius, orbiting about Sol, vary from 29 km/sec to 88 km/sec.

my number's and Walter Cruttenden's are converging now, and we are
corresponding on the modeling. here is a discussion page:
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]

the Cross at 12,600 BCE marks the closest approach of Sirius and Sol, about a light year distant from each other, at that time, about 14,600 years ago. [By the way, I am now using 25,800 years as my baseline, not 26,000 years -- so these dates will change slightly.]

the 400 CE date is the 'darkest' portion of our orbit, the center year of the Kali Yuga eras, when Sirius and Sol are at their most distant point of the 25,800 Year great orbit.

2010 is not just for reference, it is where we are now!

I just posted your link to the Sirius Sol group page:
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]

Where I had posted the same info, courtesy Uwe Homann, yesterday.

There is no contradiction. You will note that the Sun and Sirius are ALSO moving towards each other, at 8 km/sec at this time, approaching each other.

All of the stars in the local groups are co-rotating about each, as they also spirally-propagate with each other about the Milky Way galaxy. Some of these co-orbiting group relationships are long-lived (in the hundreds of millions of years to billions?) and some are short-lived (millions of years?) -- we just need to paint a clearer picture now of which of the local streams, groups and clusters are actually traveling together, and around each other.

From the new numbers I generated today, see new illustration posted, I derived new numbers not only for our orbit of Sirius, but also for Alpha Centauri ... and we can do the same for Vega and Alcyone and others.
 Quoting: Millennium Twain

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so all of my stellar velocity research was initiated by the desire to *where* we are along the great year and by consequence, exactly when we transition into aquarious (which is 'calculated' by many to be anywhere from the 16th century to to 23rd centruy)...

no answers yet.

i have already assumed that we are infact orbiting a center of mass somewhere between us and the dogstar (prolly really close to sirius i feel) and so now we have a circle roughly 25,000 (ish) years 'long', yes?

but what is the inclination of that orbit?

and what do we use as a reference for where we are along that circle? the galactic center sugests itself - this being the Mayan referance, or so i've come to understand, but even that is unsure cuz no one agrees (as usual).

this is important to me, cuz it seems clear that Gaia ages can be 'clocked' by our position along this orbit, and hence forth the transitional zones between the ages.

it's clear enough that we are in the middle of one such transition, but i surely would like to know if we are past 'center', leading up to it, or already passed it.

as far as i can tell from my research, most don't even believe that we *have* Gaia metaphysical ages, much less any idea or agreement as to where the freakin' heck we are.

i wanna know where i am: it's a thing, you know....?
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I wouldn't recommend it either. As by the 5th month my hair began to fall out. Never to bald spots, but it was quite alarming.

cool2
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/wisdom Seestar.

i am very careful. there are basic irritriavable hunger points that initiate permanent unhealthy physical changes.

i work closely with my healer to insure that i do not cross that boundary.

all things in their proper measures, yes?
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I had it a bit easier or stranger in a way. As I lost all desire to eat.

I was always satiated. Eating anything was near torture. I would gag after a few bites of oatmeal.

Apples were the only thing I could regularly eat. My friends and family watched my physical being dissolve in front of them.

And the worry accompanied.


However, I have maintained my weight of 117lbs for 7 or 8 months. And my appetite has returned.

So I think I'm good.

:)


Also, do I know you by another screen name? As you are referencing me as one another occasionally does.

hmm
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unknown.

i have been lurking and posting on glp since fukushima (having discovered the site cuz it was the only place that agreed with my own findings on the cituation)

i have always been an AC, but i have had many many diferent numbers due to my eratic and mobile life style

could be, could be...

many souls have i exchanged data with here. the none of them do i know in meat space.

SeeStar just seems right for u to me.

*shrug*
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You can make your own with seeds of any type. Lots of talk lately of chia.

I was once in a Guatemala bound train via Mazatlan with a group that was importing Spirulinia Pacifica. Needless to say they were commune kids and made a mint over time.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I have seen it mentioned in theory, that spirulina could have potentially been the 'manna' which fed the Hebrews in the desert.

...


Is it just me or does this desert theme keep returning?

scratching
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We're currently standing in an intellectual one. No one sees the reason for the richness of biodiversity yet (potential). As they are tied up in their streetfights with dead saints, imams and ninja clad rebbe as the far east cycles itself into the toxins of horatio alger dreams and repaves the dao in a minimalist image.

Time to slaughter the golden calf.
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lol

indeed
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Also, do I know you by another screen name? As you are referencing me as one another occasionally does.

hmm
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unknown.

i have been lurking and posting on glp since fukushima (having discovered the site cuz it was the only place that agreed with my own findings on the cituation)

i have always been an AC, but i have had many many diferent numbers due to my eratic and mobile life style

could be, could be...

many souls have i exchanged data with here. the none of them do i know in meat space.

SeeStar just seems right for u to me.

*shrug*
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I see.

You remind me of Endo.


hf
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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