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NRL Scientists Produce Densest Artificial Ionospheric Plasma Clouds Using HAARP


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U.S. Naval Research Laboratory research physicists and engineers from the Plasma Physics Division, working at the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) transmitter facility, Gakona, Alaska, successfully produced a sustained high density plasma cloud in Earth's upper atmosphere.

"Previous artificial plasma density clouds have lifetimes of only ten minutes or less," said Paul Bernhardt, Ph.D., NRL Space Use and Plasma Section. "This higher density plasma 'ball' was sustained over one hour by the HAARP transmissions and was extinguished only after termination of the HAARP radio beam."

--------------

The NRL group succeeded in producing artificial plasma clouds with densities exceeding 9 x 105 electrons cm3 using HAARP transmission at the sixth harmonic of the electron cyclotron frequency.

Optical images of the artificial plasma balls show that they are turbulent with dynamically changing density structures. Electrostatic waves generated by the HAARP radio transmissions are thought to be responsible for accelerating electrons to high enough energy to produce the glow discharge in the neutral atmosphere approaching altitudes of nearly 170 kilometers.


hmm artificial plasma clouds huh
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Thought this was interesting:

The earliest usage of Licorice was back in the first syllables of recorded time. Licorice freaks throughout history have included Pharaohs and Prophets. Generous supplies were discovered in Emperor King Tut's tomb, while Egyptian hieroglyphics record the use of Licorice in a popular beverage by men in the days when the Bible was still being written! Alexander the Great, the Scythian armies, Roman Emperor Caesar, and even India's great prophet, Brahma, are on record endorsing the beneficial properties contained in Licorice. Warriors used it for its ability to quench thirst while on the march, while others (including Brahma and venerable Chinese Buddhist sages), recognized Licorice's valuable healing properties.
[link to www.licorice.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


I just have to add that chewing liquorice root, does taste a little like liquorice, but not the candy liquorice :)

I remember tasting it as a child, thinking it would be a piece of liquorice, well it wasn't

it was more like a stick that had a hint of liquorice, a very strange experience, and you had to chew on it until it would soften up a bit, not really a big hit with children, when we have the candy version hehe ;)

But I can imagine the success back in the days
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Thought this was interesting:

The earliest usage of Licorice was back in the first syllables of recorded time. Licorice freaks throughout history have included Pharaohs and Prophets. Generous supplies were discovered in Emperor King Tut's tomb, while Egyptian hieroglyphics record the use of Licorice in a popular beverage by men in the days when the Bible was still being written! Alexander the Great, the Scythian armies, Roman Emperor Caesar, and even India's great prophet, Brahma, are on record endorsing the beneficial properties contained in Licorice. Warriors used it for its ability to quench thirst while on the march, while others (including Brahma and venerable Chinese Buddhist sages), recognized Licorice's valuable healing properties.
[link to www.licorice.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


notice how our information is being presented differently

until the latter part of our last century herbew was presented as our oldest language we possessed, this belief is still portrayed within the faith

this is how it is presented within the past few months

Hebrew belongs to the Canaanite group of languages. In turn the Canaanite languages are a branch of the Northwest Semitic family of languages.

Hebrew flourished as a spoken language in the kingdoms of Israel and Judah during the 10th to 7th centuries BCE. Scholars debate the degree to which Hebrew was a spoken vernacular in ancient times following the Babylonian exile, when the predominant international language in the region was Old Aramaic.

Hebrew was nearly extinct as a spoken language by Late Antiquity, but it continued to be used as a literary language and as the liturgical language of Judaism, evolving various dialects of literary Medieval Hebrew, until its revival as a spoken language in the late 19th century.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

this follows the discovery that one the two judah`s was never hebrew

Israel and Judah were related Iron Age kingdoms of the ancient Levant. The Kingdom of Israel emerged as an important local power by the 9th century BCE before falling to the Neo-Assyrian Empire in 722 BCE. Israel's southern neighbor, the Kingdom of Judah, emerged in the 8th century and enjoyed a period of prosperity as a client-state of first Assyria and then Babylon before a revolt against the Neo-Babylonian Empire led to its destruction in 586 BCE.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

you can see what that leads to

In Christian tradition, the Lion of Judah represents Jesus. Jesus was from the tribe of Judah and he is mentioned as the Lion of Judah in Revelation. Many Christian organizations and ministries use the lion of Judah as their emblem or even their name.
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Little archaeological evidence of an extensive, powerful Kingdom of Judah before the late 8th century BCE has been found, leading some archaeologists of the minimalist school to doubt its extent as depicted in the Bible. Around 1990–2010, an important group of archaeologists and biblical scholars formed the view that the actual Kingdom of Judah bore little resemblance to the biblical portrait of a powerful monarchy. These scholars say the kingdom was no more than a small tribal entity. Some people doubt whether the kingdom existed at all.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Tree and human health may be linked

................“ There’s a natural tendency to see our findings and conclude that, surely, the higher mortality rates are because of some confounding variable, like income or education, and not the loss of trees,” said Donovan. “But we saw the same pattern repeated over and over in counties with very different demographic makeups.”

Although the study shows the association between loss of trees and human mortality from cardiovascular and lower respiratory disease, it did not prove a causal link. The reason for the association is yet to be determined..................
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.fs.fed.us]

 Quoting: aether


Just thought I would share...

I saw your link earlier and it triggered a memory for me but I needed to check with my parents to find out for sure.

They just got back to me, having forgot their phone.


It is a memory which holds a lot of meaning for me. Your link aether refers not to just Oregon but to the 'Ash' tree.


When I was born my parents planted a Mountain Ash tree for me in the backyard. In reference to the property, which was substantial 1/4 or so, they planted it in the middle of the yard.

As I grew, I watched it grow along. My parents took a picture of myself and my baby brother in front of the tree, which at that time was still very small that I still fondly recall.


By the time of my 15th year, the tree had grown tall and broad. Offering much shade in the scorching heat of Southern Oregon Summers.

I was watching a movie one afternoon I didn't particularly enjoy, the entire house was rocked by a crack and a crash.

Upon inspection of the backyard I saw that 1/3 of my tree, that which faced the back of the house, had fallen.

A huge gash at least 3 ft long remained in the trunk and at least 30ft of tree lay on the lawn.

As I stood there looking on my tree, I had a moment of deep precognition.

...


Over the proceeding years my parents attempted to save my tree. But it had been infected by the beetle aether referenced,

researchers found that Americans living in areas infested by the emerald ash borer, a beetle that kills ash trees


[link to www.fs.fed.us]



I found it interesting as well, that the beetle has 'emerald' in the name, being that is the gemstone of May.

TreeofLifeKeyhol
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that could be a sad story tounge

i see the may the emerald way
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Tree and human health may be linked

................“ There’s a natural tendency to see our findings and conclude that, surely, the higher mortality rates are because of some confounding variable, like income or education, and not the loss of trees,” said Donovan. “But we saw the same pattern repeated over and over in counties with very different demographic makeups.”

Although the study shows the association between loss of trees and human mortality from cardiovascular and lower respiratory disease, it did not prove a causal link. The reason for the association is yet to be determined..................
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.fs.fed.us]

 Quoting: aether


Just thought I would share...

I saw your link earlier and it triggered a memory for me but I needed to check with my parents to find out for sure.

They just got back to me, having forgot their phone.


It is a memory which holds a lot of meaning for me. Your link aether refers not to just Oregon but to the 'Ash' tree.


When I was born my parents planted a Mountain Ash tree for me in the backyard. In reference to the property, which was substantial 1/4 or so, they planted it in the middle of the yard.

As I grew, I watched it grow along. My parents took a picture of myself and my baby brother in front of the tree, which at that time was still very small that I still fondly recall.


By the time of my 15th year, the tree had grown tall and broad. Offering much shade in the scorching heat of Southern Oregon Summers.

I was watching a movie one afternoon I didn't particularly enjoy, the entire house was rocked by a crack and a crash.

Upon inspection of the backyard I saw that 1/3 of my tree, that which faced the back of the house, had fallen.

A huge gash at least 3 ft long remained in the trunk and at least 30ft of tree lay on the lawn.

As I stood there looking on my tree, I had a moment of deep precognition.

...


Over the proceeding years my parents attempted to save my tree. But it had been infected by the beetle aether referenced,

researchers found that Americans living in areas infested by the emerald ash borer, a beetle that kills ash trees


[link to www.fs.fed.us]



I found it interesting as well, that the beetle has 'emerald' in the name, being that is the gemstone of May.

:TreeofLifeKeyhol:
 Quoting: Seer777


whoa
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

In the beginning, there were two regions: Muspellsheimr in the south, full of fire, light and heat; and Niflheimr in the north, full of arctic waters, mists, and cold.[3] Between them stretched the yawning emptiness of Ginnungagap, and into it poured sparks and smoke from the south and layers of rime-ice and glacial rivers from the north. As heat and cold met in Ginnungagap, a living J&#491;tunn, Ymir, appeared in the melting ice. From his left armpit, the first man and woman were born. From his legs, the frost jötnar were born. Ymir fed on the milk of the cow Auðhumla. He licked the blocks of salty ice, releasing Buri.

Buri's son Bor had three sons, the gods Óðinn, Vili and Vé. The three slew Ymir, and all of the frost giants but Bergelmir were drowned in the blood. From Ymir's body, they made the world of humans: his blood the seas and lakes, his flesh the earth, his bones the mountains and his teeth the rocks. From his skull they made the dome of the sky, setting a dwarf at each of the four corners to hold it high above the earth. They protected it from the jötnar with a wall made from Ymir's eyebrows. Next they caused time to exist, sending Night and Day to drive around the heavens in horse drawn chariots. They also set a girl Sun and a boy Moon on paths across the sky. These two must drive fast to outrun the wolves who pursued them.

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In that link it is a cosmic ash tree blink
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[link to www.nrl.navy.mil]

NRL Scientists Produce Densest Artificial Ionospheric Plasma Clouds Using HAARP


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U.S. Naval Research Laboratory research physicists and engineers from the Plasma Physics Division, working at the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) transmitter facility, Gakona, Alaska, successfully produced a sustained high density plasma cloud in Earth's upper atmosphere.

"Previous artificial plasma density clouds have lifetimes of only ten minutes or less," said Paul Bernhardt, Ph.D., NRL Space Use and Plasma Section. "This higher density plasma 'ball' was sustained over one hour by the HAARP transmissions and was extinguished only after termination of the HAARP radio beam."

--------------

The NRL group succeeded in producing artificial plasma clouds with densities exceeding 9 x 105 electrons cm3 using HAARP transmission at the sixth harmonic of the electron cyclotron frequency.

Optical images of the artificial plasma balls show that they are turbulent with dynamically changing density structures. Electrostatic waves generated by the HAARP radio transmissions are thought to be responsible for accelerating electrons to high enough energy to produce the glow discharge in the neutral atmosphere approaching altitudes of nearly 170 kilometers.


hmm artificial plasma clouds huh
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"it seems there is a joint of nations on it. The question is, what for?
But why Peru,Norway,Sweden,Australia,India and mainly Russia are joined to a USA military project?
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Science at Lancaster university UK and member of HAARP have been admitting , "We`ve created artificial ionosphere""

The ionosphere shields our lower atmosphere from dangerous solar ultraviolet and X rays.
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................“ There’s a natural tendency to see our findings and conclude that, surely, the higher mortality rates are because of some confounding variable, like income or education, and not the loss of trees,” said Donovan. “But we saw the same pattern repeated over and over in counties with very different demographic makeups.”

Although the study shows the association between loss of trees and human mortality from cardiovascular and lower respiratory disease, it did not prove a causal link. The reason for the association is yet to be determined..................
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.fs.fed.us]

 Quoting: aether


Just thought I would share...

I saw your link earlier and it triggered a memory for me but I needed to check with my parents to find out for sure.

They just got back to me, having forgot their phone.


It is a memory which holds a lot of meaning for me. Your link aether refers not to just Oregon but to the 'Ash' tree.


When I was born my parents planted a Mountain Ash tree for me in the backyard. In reference to the property, which was substantial 1/4 or so, they planted it in the middle of the yard.

As I grew, I watched it grow along. My parents took a picture of myself and my baby brother in front of the tree, which at that time was still very small that I still fondly recall.


By the time of my 15th year, the tree had grown tall and broad. Offering much shade in the scorching heat of Southern Oregon Summers.

I was watching a movie one afternoon I didn't particularly enjoy, the entire house was rocked by a crack and a crash.

Upon inspection of the backyard I saw that 1/3 of my tree, that which faced the back of the house, had fallen.

A huge gash at least 3 ft long remained in the trunk and at least 30ft of tree lay on the lawn.

As I stood there looking on my tree, I had a moment of deep precognition.

...


Over the proceeding years my parents attempted to save my tree. But it had been infected by the beetle aether referenced,

researchers found that Americans living in areas infested by the emerald ash borer, a beetle that kills ash trees


[link to www.fs.fed.us]



I found it interesting as well, that the beetle has 'emerald' in the name, being that is the gemstone of May.

TreeofLifeKeyhol
 Quoting: Seer777


whoa
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

In the beginning, there were two regions: Muspellsheimr in the south, full of fire, light and heat; and Niflheimr in the north, full of arctic waters, mists, and cold.[3] Between them stretched the yawning emptiness of Ginnungagap, and into it poured sparks and smoke from the south and layers of rime-ice and glacial rivers from the north. As heat and cold met in Ginnungagap, a living J&#491;tunn, Ymir, appeared in the melting ice. From his left armpit, the first man and woman were born. From his legs, the frost jötnar were born. Ymir fed on the milk of the cow Auðhumla. He licked the blocks of salty ice, releasing Buri.

Buri's son Bor had three sons, the gods Óðinn, Vili and Vé. The three slew Ymir, and all of the frost giants but Bergelmir were drowned in the blood. From Ymir's body, they made the world of humans: his blood the seas and lakes, his flesh the earth, his bones the mountains and his teeth the rocks. From his skull they made the dome of the sky, setting a dwarf at each of the four corners to hold it high above the earth. They protected it from the jötnar with a wall made from Ymir's eyebrows. Next they caused time to exist, sending Night and Day to drive around the heavens in horse drawn chariots. They also set a girl Sun and a boy Moon on paths across the sky. These two must drive fast to outrun the wolves who pursued them.

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In that link it is a cosmic ash tree blink
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


yes

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Thought this was interesting:

The earliest usage of Licorice was back in the first syllables of recorded time. Licorice freaks throughout history have included Pharaohs and Prophets. Generous supplies were discovered in Emperor King Tut's tomb, while Egyptian hieroglyphics record the use of Licorice in a popular beverage by men in the days when the Bible was still being written! Alexander the Great, the Scythian armies, Roman Emperor Caesar, and even India's great prophet, Brahma, are on record endorsing the beneficial properties contained in Licorice. Warriors used it for its ability to quench thirst while on the march, while others (including Brahma and venerable Chinese Buddhist sages), recognized Licorice's valuable healing properties.
[link to www.licorice.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


notice how our information is being presented differently

until the latter part of our last century herbew was presented as our oldest language we possessed, this belief is still portrayed within the faith

this is how it is presented within the past few months

Hebrew belongs to the Canaanite group of languages. In turn the Canaanite languages are a branch of the Northwest Semitic family of languages.

Hebrew flourished as a spoken language in the kingdoms of Israel and Judah during the 10th to 7th centuries BCE. Scholars debate the degree to which Hebrew was a spoken vernacular in ancient times following the Babylonian exile, when the predominant international language in the region was Old Aramaic.

Hebrew was nearly extinct as a spoken language by Late Antiquity, but it continued to be used as a literary language and as the liturgical language of Judaism, evolving various dialects of literary Medieval Hebrew, until its revival as a spoken language in the late 19th century.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

this follows the discovery that one the two judah`s was never hebrew

Israel and Judah were related Iron Age kingdoms of the ancient Levant. The Kingdom of Israel emerged as an important local power by the 9th century BCE before falling to the Neo-Assyrian Empire in 722 BCE. Israel's southern neighbor, the Kingdom of Judah, emerged in the 8th century and enjoyed a period of prosperity as a client-state of first Assyria and then Babylon before a revolt against the Neo-Babylonian Empire led to its destruction in 586 BCE.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

you can see what that leads to

In Christian tradition, the Lion of Judah represents Jesus. Jesus was from the tribe of Judah and he is mentioned as the Lion of Judah in Revelation. Many Christian organizations and ministries use the lion of Judah as their emblem or even their name.
 Quoting: observation


Little archaeological evidence of an extensive, powerful Kingdom of Judah before the late 8th century BCE has been found, leading some archaeologists of the minimalist school to doubt its extent as depicted in the Bible. Around 1990–2010, an important group of archaeologists and biblical scholars formed the view that the actual Kingdom of Judah bore little resemblance to the biblical portrait of a powerful monarchy. These scholars say the kingdom was no more than a small tribal entity. Some people doubt whether the kingdom existed at all.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: aether

I've been wondering how the Hebrews wound up being enslaved by the Egyptians and where they came from before Egypt.
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Thought this was interesting:

The earliest usage of Licorice was back in the first syllables of recorded time. Licorice freaks throughout history have included Pharaohs and Prophets. Generous supplies were discovered in Emperor King Tut's tomb, while Egyptian hieroglyphics record the use of Licorice in a popular beverage by men in the days when the Bible was still being written! Alexander the Great, the Scythian armies, Roman Emperor Caesar, and even India's great prophet, Brahma, are on record endorsing the beneficial properties contained in Licorice. Warriors used it for its ability to quench thirst while on the march, while others (including Brahma and venerable Chinese Buddhist sages), recognized Licorice's valuable healing properties.
[link to www.licorice.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


I just have to add that chewing liquorice root, does taste a little like liquorice, but not the candy liquorice :)

I remember tasting it as a child, thinking it would be a piece of liquorice, well it wasn't

it was more like a stick that had a hint of liquorice, a very strange experience, and you had to chew on it until it would soften up a bit, not really a big hit with children, when we have the candy version hehe ;)

But I can imagine the success back in the days
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good morning
yes the aphrodisiac aspect is wtf to my senses
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Theories on the Rocks – In a Flash (Part One)
Feb 28, 2013

The thunderstone is familiar from the folklore of virtually every culture, but plays no ‘roll’ in the serious sciences.

In the eyes of most, the proposition that thunderbolts deposit rocks is an asinine artefact of superstitious belief – an antiquated theme that epitomises an infant stage in the intellectual evolution of the human mammal. But has this neglect of common folk traditions hit rock bottom with such swift dismissal?

The conviction that no stones come down in the lightning hails from the same period when scientists proscribed the fall of meteorites – the 18th century, when Aristotle’s fiction of an immutable and unpolluted sky still commanded sufficient clout to veto the descent of any rocks from the heavens at all. As meteorites have long since gained recognition, the thunderstone deserves renewed attention, too.

Upon inspection, the ‘thunderstone’ appears to be a mixed bag, as no less than five categories of objects have been thus labelled in traditional societies. These are the following, each illustrated with a smattering of examples.........................
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[link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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In Norse mythology, Bifröst[pronunciation?] (or sometimes Bilröst) is a burning rainbow bridge that reaches between Midgard (the world) and Asgard, the realm of the gods.

According to the Prose Edda, the bridge ends in heaven at Himinbjörg, the residence of the god Heimdallr, who guards it from the jötnar. The bridge's destruction at Ragnarök by the forces of Muspell is foretold. Scholars have proposed that the bridge may have originally represented the Milky Way and have noted parallels between the bridge and another bridge in Norse mythology, Gjallarbrú.


Gangleri may call it a rainbow. High says that the bridge consists of three colors, has great strength, "and is built with art and skill to a greater extent than other constructions."


spock
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they are checking to determine if the column of light that accompanied the russian asteroid was z pinch affect

Okay, I have looked over some footage and I think I can demonstrate conclusively that there were two light sources. One was from the moving meteor and one was from a moving column of light. I have uploaded 17 screen captures that show this to my blog. You can view them here:
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In Norse mythology, Bifröst[pronunciation?] (or sometimes Bilröst) is a burning rainbow bridge that reaches between Midgard (the world) and Asgard, the realm of the gods.

According to the Prose Edda, the bridge ends in heaven at Himinbjörg, the residence of the god Heimdallr, who guards it from the jötnar. The bridge's destruction at Ragnarök by the forces of Muspell is foretold. Scholars have proposed that the bridge may have originally represented the Milky Way and have noted parallels between the bridge and another bridge in Norse mythology, Gjallarbrú.


Gangleri may call it a rainbow. High says that the bridge consists of three colors, has great strength, "and is built with art and skill to a greater extent than other constructions."


spock
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this floats around the topic in visuals

[link to saturndeathcult.com]
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In Norse mythology, Bifröst[pronunciation?] (or sometimes Bilröst) is a burning rainbow bridge that reaches between Midgard (the world) and Asgard, the realm of the gods.

According to the Prose Edda, the bridge ends in heaven at Himinbjörg, the residence of the god Heimdallr, who guards it from the jötnar. The bridge's destruction at Ragnarök by the forces of Muspell is foretold. Scholars have proposed that the bridge may have originally represented the Milky Way and have noted parallels between the bridge and another bridge in Norse mythology, Gjallarbrú.


Gangleri may call it a rainbow. High says that the bridge consists of three colors, has great strength, "and is built with art and skill to a greater extent than other constructions."


spock
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


another variation

Close typological parallels between “modern” Maypole festivities and traditional practices known from other cultures suggest to them that, in origin, the ritual of the Maypole represents a north-European variation on the universal practice of tree and pillar cults. More specifically, recent research into the comparative mythology of the so-called axis mundi or world pillar identifies a number of striking correspondences between worldwide traits of this mythical sky-pillar and the way European people adorn and treat their Maypoles today.
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[link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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Thought this was interesting:

The earliest usage of Licorice was back in the first syllables of recorded time. Licorice freaks throughout history have included Pharaohs and Prophets. Generous supplies were discovered in Emperor King Tut's tomb, while Egyptian hieroglyphics record the use of Licorice in a popular beverage by men in the days when the Bible was still being written! Alexander the Great, the Scythian armies, Roman Emperor Caesar, and even India's great prophet, Brahma, are on record endorsing the beneficial properties contained in Licorice. Warriors used it for its ability to quench thirst while on the march, while others (including Brahma and venerable Chinese Buddhist sages), recognized Licorice's valuable healing properties.
[link to www.licorice.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


I just have to add that chewing liquorice root, does taste a little like liquorice, but not the candy liquorice :)

I remember tasting it as a child, thinking it would be a piece of liquorice, well it wasn't

it was more like a stick that had a hint of liquorice, a very strange experience, and you had to chew on it until it would soften up a bit, not really a big hit with children, when we have the candy version hehe ;)

But I can imagine the success back in the days
 Quoting: Michael_


good morning
yes the aphrodisiac aspect is wtf to my senses
 Quoting: aether


morning :)
yeah a strange concept, but not the strangest people have been using as aphodisiac, and more humane than using animal parts, superstition, what can you do.

Last Edited by Michael_ on 02/28/2013 07:53 AM
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Thought this was interesting:

The earliest usage of Licorice was back in the first syllables of recorded time. Licorice freaks throughout history have included Pharaohs and Prophets. Generous supplies were discovered in Emperor King Tut's tomb, while Egyptian hieroglyphics record the use of Licorice in a popular beverage by men in the days when the Bible was still being written! Alexander the Great, the Scythian armies, Roman Emperor Caesar, and even India's great prophet, Brahma, are on record endorsing the beneficial properties contained in Licorice. Warriors used it for its ability to quench thirst while on the march, while others (including Brahma and venerable Chinese Buddhist sages), recognized Licorice's valuable healing properties.
[link to www.licorice.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


I just have to add that chewing liquorice root, does taste a little like liquorice, but not the candy liquorice :)

I remember tasting it as a child, thinking it would be a piece of liquorice, well it wasn't

it was more like a stick that had a hint of liquorice, a very strange experience, and you had to chew on it until it would soften up a bit, not really a big hit with children, when we have the candy version hehe ;)

But I can imagine the success back in the days
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good morning
yes the aphrodisiac aspect is wtf to my senses
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I would chew it in university to further quell my already lacking sex drive lmao

...

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Thought this was interesting:

The earliest usage of Licorice was back in the first syllables of recorded time. Licorice freaks throughout history have included Pharaohs and Prophets. Generous supplies were discovered in Emperor King Tut's tomb, while Egyptian hieroglyphics record the use of Licorice in a popular beverage by men in the days when the Bible was still being written! Alexander the Great, the Scythian armies, Roman Emperor Caesar, and even India's great prophet, Brahma, are on record endorsing the beneficial properties contained in Licorice. Warriors used it for its ability to quench thirst while on the march, while others (including Brahma and venerable Chinese Buddhist sages), recognized Licorice's valuable healing properties.
[link to www.licorice.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


I just have to add that chewing liquorice root, does taste a little like liquorice, but not the candy liquorice :)

I remember tasting it as a child, thinking it would be a piece of liquorice, well it wasn't

it was more like a stick that had a hint of liquorice, a very strange experience, and you had to chew on it until it would soften up a bit, not really a big hit with children, when we have the candy version hehe ;)

But I can imagine the success back in the days
 Quoting: Michael_


good morning
yes the aphrodisiac aspect is wtf to my senses
 Quoting: aether


morning :)
yeah a strange concept, but not the strangest people have been using as aphodisiac, and more humane than using animal parts, superstition, what can you do.
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yes
i believe sexual arousal is closely connected emotional belief
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Thought this was interesting:

The earliest usage of Licorice was back in the first syllables of recorded time. Licorice freaks throughout history have included Pharaohs and Prophets. Generous supplies were discovered in Emperor King Tut's tomb, while Egyptian hieroglyphics record the use of Licorice in a popular beverage by men in the days when the Bible was still being written! Alexander the Great, the Scythian armies, Roman Emperor Caesar, and even India's great prophet, Brahma, are on record endorsing the beneficial properties contained in Licorice. Warriors used it for its ability to quench thirst while on the march, while others (including Brahma and venerable Chinese Buddhist sages), recognized Licorice's valuable healing properties.
[link to www.licorice.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


I just have to add that chewing liquorice root, does taste a little like liquorice, but not the candy liquorice :)

I remember tasting it as a child, thinking it would be a piece of liquorice, well it wasn't

it was more like a stick that had a hint of liquorice, a very strange experience, and you had to chew on it until it would soften up a bit, not really a big hit with children, when we have the candy version hehe ;)

But I can imagine the success back in the days
 Quoting: Michael_


good morning
yes the aphrodisiac aspect is wtf to my senses
 Quoting: aether


I would chew it in university to further quell my already lacking sex drive lmao

...

Good morning cheer
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


good morning



yes
i believe sexual arousal is closely connected emotional belief
 Quoting: aether


/z\ tounge
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Carl Gustav Jung – the Alchemist

I
In 1928 he got in the possession of a book of Chinese alchemy that served him to associate his interior search with that of the alchemists. This book is called ‘Mystery of the Golden Blossoming’, whose oral tradition goes up to the 8th century BC.

I practically devoured the manuscript, as its content came to corroborate my ideas about the mandala and the route of a circle’s circumference. The contact with this work ended my isolation, because through its pages I got to know my ideological precursors and to relate to them, confesses Jung in his memoirs.



From that moment on, Jung will sink in Alchemy, getting to have one of the richest collections of books and manuscripts in the world, counting more that two hundred volumes. Almost all this alchemistic library was in his possession in 1940. Knowing Latin and Greek facilitated the reading and the intense study of these texts. ‘The alchemists’ experiences were my own experiences and their world was, in a certain measure, my own world’, confessed Jung [link to www.vopus.org]
 Quoting: observation


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In Norse mythology, Bifröst[pronunciation?] (or sometimes Bilröst) is a burning rainbow bridge that reaches between Midgard (the world) and Asgard, the realm of the gods.

According to the Prose Edda, the bridge ends in heaven at Himinbjörg, the residence of the god Heimdallr, who guards it from the jötnar. The bridge's destruction at Ragnarök by the forces of Muspell is foretold. Scholars have proposed that the bridge may have originally represented the Milky Way and have noted parallels between the bridge and another bridge in Norse mythology, Gjallarbrú.


Gangleri may call it a rainbow. High says that the bridge consists of three colors, has great strength, "and is built with art and skill to a greater extent than other constructions."


spock
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


this floats around the topic in visuals

[link to saturndeathcult.com]
 Quoting: aether


I've heard that with each age ending and entering the new one the earth will be destroyed and birthed different each time. This norse one sounds like the gnostic one where it is destroyed by fire. Also revelation says the heavens will crash down on each other or something like that.
And the last time it was the deluge/water.


Oh, reading that, was the cause a huge z pinch/pillar of light like what they are trying to figure out with the russian asteroid?
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The Secret of the Golden Flower

To use Chinese terms, these philosophical works include yin thought with yang thought, that is, they reflect intuitive as well as rational perception. Intuitive perception accumulates and improves with practice and time. Rational thought benefits from an enhanced acuity of intuitive perception.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

this is why we have two paths to go by /z\
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

In Norse mythology, Bifröst[pronunciation?] (or sometimes Bilröst) is a burning rainbow bridge that reaches between Midgard (the world) and Asgard, the realm of the gods.

According to the Prose Edda, the bridge ends in heaven at Himinbjörg, the residence of the god Heimdallr, who guards it from the jötnar. The bridge's destruction at Ragnarök by the forces of Muspell is foretold. Scholars have proposed that the bridge may have originally represented the Milky Way and have noted parallels between the bridge and another bridge in Norse mythology, Gjallarbrú.


Gangleri may call it a rainbow. High says that the bridge consists of three colors, has great strength, "and is built with art and skill to a greater extent than other constructions."


spock
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


this floats around the topic in visuals

[link to saturndeathcult.com]
 Quoting: aether


I've heard that with each age ending and entering the new one the earth will be destroyed and birthed different each time. This norse one sounds like the gnostic one where it is destroyed by fire. Also revelation says the heavens will crash down on each other or something like that.
And the last time it was the deluge/water.


Oh, reading that, was the cause a huge z pinch/pillar of light like what they are trying to figure out with the russian asteroid?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


yes the Russian asteroid analysis , i`m only posting the headlines

on the topic of ages we remember in our system joining into our suns current system we on earth experienced long periods of linear time when saturn , venus and mars were affecting our environment from close proximity and we still have to fit in uranus

In ancient myth recorded by Hesiod's Theogony, Cronus envied the power of his father, the ruler of the universe, Uranus. Uranus drew the enmity of Cronus' mother, Gaia, when he hid the gigantic youngest children of Gaia [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: observation


so including the for ever environment (age) we experienced before the realignments began we have 5 ages before this present settled one and each of them would likely experience some form of catastrophe as described

so you see how that become a must be reoccurring cycle of how change arrives

what we are actually experiencing is our first ever noticeable environment alteration not caused by realignment

it is electrical, just as the others all were but it`s cause is different thus the affect will be different upon us because we will not experience the scale of natural catastrophic we did in realignment change

this is personality change with symptoms reminding us of catastrophe we have experienced before

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The Secret of the Golden Flower

To use Chinese terms, these philosophical works include yin thought with yang thought, that is, they reflect intuitive as well as rational perception. Intuitive perception accumulates and improves with practice and time. Rational thought benefits from an enhanced acuity of intuitive perception.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

this is why we have two paths to go by /z\
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That reminds me of the saying make your eyes single.
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The Secret of the Golden Flower

To use Chinese terms, these philosophical works include yin thought with yang thought, that is, they reflect intuitive as well as rational perception. Intuitive perception accumulates and improves with practice and time. Rational thought benefits from an enhanced acuity of intuitive perception.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

this is why we have two paths to go by /z\
 Quoting: aether


That reminds me of the saying make your eyes single.
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Just thought those two thoughts could be like the two currents, telluric and atmospheric.

Plus thinking as having a body, you can't digest food without water.
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The Secret of the Golden Flower

To use Chinese terms, these philosophical works include yin thought with yang thought, that is, they reflect intuitive as well as rational perception. Intuitive perception accumulates and improves with practice and time. Rational thought benefits from an enhanced acuity of intuitive perception.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

this is why we have two paths to go by /z\
 Quoting: aether


That reminds me of the saying make your eyes single.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Just thought those two thoughts could be like the two currents, telluric and atmospheric.

Plus thinking as having a body, you can't digest food without water.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


yes
i nearly posted this while you told that

You asked: How do you get two smoke trails from one z-pinching bolide?
Answer: I meant z-pinch "effect", which causes plasma to filament into pairs that twist around each-other. The right hand rule thingy.... [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
 Quoting: observation


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In certain situations, it may be useful to use the opposite convention, where one of the vectors is reversed and so creates a left-handed triad instead of a right-handed triad.

An example of this situation is for left-handed materials. Normally, for an electromagnetic wave, the electric and magnetic fields, and the direction of propagation of the wave obey the right-hand rule. However, left-handed materials have special properties, notably the negative refractive index. It makes the direction of propagation point in the opposite direction.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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good morning, everyone.


my eyes burn with lack of sleep (but not too little, thankfully)

interesting discussions this morning...

thought i'd share a bit of music:




the rain has brought some warmth here: i like warm rains.


:D
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The Secret of the Golden Flower

To use Chinese terms, these philosophical works include yin thought with yang thought, that is, they reflect intuitive as well as rational perception. Intuitive perception accumulates and improves with practice and time. Rational thought benefits from an enhanced acuity of intuitive perception.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

this is why we have two paths to go by /z\
 Quoting: aether


Synergy is two or more things functioning together to produce a result not independently obtainable
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

found them here :

No one is equal to or above Him. He is the primeval Lord, or Bhagavan, known as Govinda, and He is the supreme cause of all causes.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

oh

found the hebrew:

The Kabbalah Index

Cause of Causes 178
 Quoting: observation



both western concepts so we see the idea flowed from india to hebrews , eastern side to western side of the "west"

i wonder what they attributed them to in the east (china)

oh

yin yang ?

maybe
 Quoting: aether


there is a translation :

the black and white symbolize the two forces
the two small symbols of the two forces in opposite force to themselves show synergy and the circle is the singular effect symbol

thus this symbol scales macro to micro and back, in answer to all things

the cause of cause
 Quoting: observation




no
that is me having difficulty saying correctly (description)
there is NO opposition it is the white shown smaller in the black and visa versa to symbolize coherence/capability as in:
they both know what they are doing (motivated intelligence) = synergy
 Quoting: aether




haha
we have update:

' each within themselves "
thus each understands the other
completely
synergy
Synergy is two or more things functioning together to produce a result not independently obtainable [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether


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Just thought I would share...

I saw your link earlier and it triggered a memory for me but I needed to check with my parents to find out for sure.

They just got back to me, having forgot their phone.


It is a memory which holds a lot of meaning for me. Your link aether refers not to just Oregon but to the 'Ash' tree.


When I was born my parents planted a Mountain Ash tree for me in the backyard. In reference to the property, which was substantial 1/4 or so, they planted it in the middle of the yard.

As I grew, I watched it grow along. My parents took a picture of myself and my baby brother in front of the tree, which at that time was still very small that I still fondly recall.


By the time of my 15th year, the tree had grown tall and broad. Offering much shade in the scorching heat of Southern Oregon Summers.

I was watching a movie one afternoon I didn't particularly enjoy, the entire house was rocked by a crack and a crash.

Upon inspection of the backyard I saw that 1/3 of my tree, that which faced the back of the house, had fallen.

A huge gash at least 3 ft long remained in the trunk and at least 30ft of tree lay on the lawn.

As I stood there looking on my tree, I had a moment of deep precognition.

...


Over the proceeding years my parents attempted to save my tree. But it had been infected by the beetle aether referenced,

researchers found that Americans living in areas infested by the emerald ash borer, a beetle that kills ash trees


[link to www.fs.fed.us]



I found it interesting as well, that the beetle has 'emerald' in the name, being that is the gemstone of May.

TreeofLifeKeyhol
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whoa
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

In the beginning, there were two regions: Muspellsheimr in the south, full of fire, light and heat; and Niflheimr in the north, full of arctic waters, mists, and cold.[3] Between them stretched the yawning emptiness of Ginnungagap, and into it poured sparks and smoke from the south and layers of rime-ice and glacial rivers from the north. As heat and cold met in Ginnungagap, a living J&#491;tunn, Ymir, appeared in the melting ice. From his left armpit, the first man and woman were born. From his legs, the frost jötnar were born. Ymir fed on the milk of the cow Auðhumla. He licked the blocks of salty ice, releasing Buri.

Buri's son Bor had three sons, the gods Óðinn, Vili and Vé. The three slew Ymir, and all of the frost giants but Bergelmir were drowned in the blood. From Ymir's body, they made the world of humans: his blood the seas and lakes, his flesh the earth, his bones the mountains and his teeth the rocks. From his skull they made the dome of the sky, setting a dwarf at each of the four corners to hold it high above the earth. They protected it from the jötnar with a wall made from Ymir's eyebrows. Next they caused time to exist, sending Night and Day to drive around the heavens in horse drawn chariots. They also set a girl Sun and a boy Moon on paths across the sky. These two must drive fast to outrun the wolves who pursued them.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


In that link it is a cosmic ash tree blink
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Good morning Fancy and everyone.

:)


I found this last night regarding the 'Ash' tree...


In Norse mythology, Yggdrasil is an immense tree that is central in Norse cosmology, in connection to which the nine worlds exist

Yggdrasil is an immense ash tree that is central and considered very holy. The gods go to Yggdrasil daily to assemble at their things. The branches of Yggdrasil extend far into the heavens, and the tree is supported by three roots that extend far away into other locations; one to the well Urðarbrunnr in the heavens, one to the spring Hvergelmir, and another to the well Mímisbrunnr




An ash I know there stands,
Yggdrasill is its name,
a tall tree, showered
with shining loam.
From there come the dews
that drop in the valleys.
It stands forever green over
Urðr's well.




[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Bonsai

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good morning, everyone.


my eyes burn with lack of sleep (but not too little, thankfully)

interesting discussions this morning...

thought i'd share a bit of music:




the rain has brought some warmth here: i like warm rains.


:D
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


good morning

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