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# X Marks the Spot

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Do they limit access to it all the time or specifically just on solstice or equinox events?
Quoting: ArunaLuna

You can only get near the stones on set times like the solstice and so on.

Normal price on normal day, with no access to stones is £7.00

Quoting: acuk 36235101

Dang on the price, although I'd pay it one time if I lived close.
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Every planetary body (including the Earth) is surrounded by its own gravitational field
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indigenous /\

Gravity decreases with altitude

If the Earth were a sphere of uniform density then gravity would decrease linearly to zero as one traveled in a straight line from the Earth's surface to its center
Quoting: observation

up or down reduces emotional contact with our indigenous emotional field /\

Boitatá is indigenous this: \/

Telluric current

A telluric current (from Latin "earth"), or Earth current, is an electric current which moves underground or through the sea. Telluric currents result from both natural causes and human activity, and the discrete currents interact in a complex pattern. The currents are extremely low frequency and travel over large areas at or near the surface of Earth.
Quoting: observation

global electric circuit is this: \/

Atmospheric electricity

Atmospheric electricity is the regular diurnal variations of the Earth's atmospheric electromagnetic network or, more broadly, any planet's electrical system in its layer of gases. The Earth's surface, the atmosphere and the ionosphere, together are known as the global atmospheric electrical circuit. Atmospheric electricity is a multidisciplinary topic
Quoting: observation

we have discovered no one in authority on earth since the end of our golden age when this topic arose knows anything emotionally loving or practical concerning these matters
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Quoting: aether

How does buoyancy fit in:

Any object, wholly or partially immersed in a fluid, is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object.

— Archimedes of Syracuse
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"A great scientific instrument lies sprawled over the entire surface of the globe. At some period - perhaps it was over 4,000 years ago - almost every corner of the world was visited by a group of men who came with a particular task to accomplish. With the help of some remarkable power, by which they could cut and raise enormous blocks of stone ,these men erected vast astronomical instruments, circles of erect pillars, PYRAMIDS, underground tunnels, cyclopean alignments, whose course from horizon to horizon was marked by stones, mounds, and earthwork.
Quoting: history

John Mitchell's "The View Over Atlantis", p69:

so we know upon this day the system ison in a manner it was not before

i get it
it does not absorb incoming very excessive energy it radiates it back into the universe a la tesla style silently and efficiently being it`self powered by telluric currents

oh i get it

Large "telluric currents" have been found circulating through Earth's crust because our magnetic field induces current flow in conductive strata. Thousands of amperes flow beneath the surface, varying according to conductivity. Since the Sun can affect Earth's magnetic field through geomagnetic storms, fluctuations in telluric currents can occur when there is an increase in sunspots or solar flares, because they create oscillations in the ionosphere
Quoting: science

the system feeds of telluric currents
if those currents approach potential to alter our magnetic field the system kicks in and utilizes the currents thus dissipating their energy back into our universe silently and efficiently by conversion into longitudinal waves (scalar)
no heat or mess,just energy/information effectively back to source (universe)
Quoting: aether

Thread: Marko Rodin - Smart Lazer Technology (Page 57)

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Damn, that would be so fun. Do they not have someone making sure no one goes close to them? Especially on equinoxes?
Quoting: Septenary Man

Yes that is why it costs so much so we can go in amongst the stones on that day, normally they charge £7.00 for access yet that still puts you about 20 meters away from the stones.

The naughty bugger in me still says jump the fence hahaha, 141 is far to nice for all that, he appears incorruptible, guess I just gotta try harder hehehehe
Quoting: acuk 36235101

I don't live far from the henge, I thought it was free as it is a religious ceremony? I heard normally 20,000 people go? Have you been before?
Quoting: songwaves

That many on solstice, equinox is meant to be a lot less.

hahah I bet that security guard thinks they are all nutters

Quoting: acuk 36235101

Ahh ok I see my confusion, I just asked a friend..it is free at equinoxes summer and winter and you can get stand within the circle (if you can get that far in by the sounds of it).

I think the security there are used to the people that turn up, I've witnessed some very odd characters myself there and at Avebury.

I just normally witness the hippie fallout after.
“I’m sleeping, but my heart is keeping watch”. The Song of Songs.
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03/18/2013 01:39 PM
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Do they limit access to it all the time or specifically just on solstice or equinox events?
Quoting: ArunaLuna

You can only get near the stones on set times like the solstice and so on.

Normal price on normal day, with no access to stones is £7.00

Quoting: acuk 36235101

Dang on the price, although I'd pay it one time if I lived close.
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667

Yes is a kick in the teeth, same as they put the holiday prices up on school holidays.
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03/18/2013 01:41 PM
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9/9/2011 2:41 PM

"A great scientific instrument lies sprawled over the entire surface of the globe. At some period - perhaps it was over 4,000 years ago - almost every corner of the world was visited by a group of men who came with a particular task to accomplish. With the help of some remarkable power, by which they could cut and raise enormous blocks of stone ,these men erected vast astronomical instruments, circles of erect pillars, PYRAMIDS, underground tunnels, cyclopean alignments, whose course from horizon to horizon was marked by stones, mounds, and earthwork.
Quoting: history

John Mitchell's "The View Over Atlantis", p69:

so we know upon this day the system ison in a manner it was not before

i get it
it does not absorb incoming very excessive energy it radiates it back into the universe a la tesla style silently and efficiently being it`self powered by telluric currents

oh i get it

Large "telluric currents" have been found circulating through Earth's crust because our magnetic field induces current flow in conductive strata. Thousands of amperes flow beneath the surface, varying according to conductivity. Since the Sun can affect Earth's magnetic field through geomagnetic storms, fluctuations in telluric currents can occur when there is an increase in sunspots or solar flares, because they create oscillations in the ionosphere
Quoting: science

the system feeds of telluric currents
if those currents approach potential to alter our magnetic field the system kicks in and utilizes the currents thus dissipating their energy back into our universe silently and efficiently by conversion into longitudinal waves (scalar)
no heat or mess,just energy/information effectively back to source (universe)
Quoting: aether
Quoting: aether

Thread: Marko Rodin - Smart Lazer Technology (Page 57)

the bold looks like ison, the comet
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03/18/2013 01:45 PM
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Yes that is why it costs so much so we can go in amongst the stones on that day, normally they charge £7.00 for access yet that still puts you about 20 meters away from the stones.

The naughty bugger in me still says jump the fence hahaha, 141 is far to nice for all that, he appears incorruptible, guess I just gotta try harder hehehehe
Quoting: acuk 36235101

I don't live far from the henge, I thought it was free as it is a religious ceremony? I heard normally 20,000 people go? Have you been before?
Quoting: songwaves

That many on solstice, equinox is meant to be a lot less.

hahah I bet that security guard thinks they are all nutters

Quoting: acuk 36235101

Ahh ok I see my confusion, I just asked a friend..it is free at equinoxes summer and winter and you can get stand within the circle (if you can get that far in by the sounds of it).

I think the security there are used to the people that turn up, I've witnessed some very odd characters myself there and at Avebury.

I just normally witness the hippie fallout after.
Quoting: songwaves

Ahh so I wont have to jump the fence, nice, shame though was hoping to get 141 to be a bad boy for once
He appears incorruptible, although I have gradually got him semi swearing saying bugger off and the like hahahah.
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03/18/2013 01:56 PM
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Quoting: Tiny Trink

3 min guy is wondering /z\ how can an ancient forest be discovered deep in sand like the sand arrived instantly

seer has been mentioning this
and
today it is pinned

Has doubled the history of humanity.....like we believe the lies.

In 13 years they have excavated only 13% of it!

Must be huge.

CROW
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Quoting: aether

i have to tell none of the commentators imaginative thoughts on the topic in that video /z\ fit reality they are looking at in their "best guess"
but
all reflect the difficulty academics experience when reality in the form of physical experience confounds their beliefs that provides/supports their label academic within society

example

if you are unknowing of the nature of our universe you can never imagine planets moving and the environmental affects cause by their moving

thus 20ft of sand covering the location is a mystery etc.etc.etc.
Quoting: aether
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03/18/2013 02:29 PM
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Oh the synchronicity!

I went to bed last night thinking about the sand at Gobekli Tempe...

This is what I was thinking...I read somewhere about comet ISON possibly being on a 13,000yr orbit (actually less than 13,000yrs). Something along the lines of a comet coming near (very near) earth every 13,000 yrs (which would be half of the 26,000yr precession of the equinox ...I'm rounding up ofcourse) which either brings life or destroys it...if the beings knew about said comet would they have time to bury their structures to ensure they would be found later?

I'm not sure on what to think but I do know I was really brainstorming on Gobekli Tempe last night...
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03/18/2013 02:32 PM
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the bold looks like ison, the comet
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Astronomers Gearing Up for Possible 'Comet of the Century'
18 March 2013

NASA has brought together a small team of experts to organize an observing campaign for Comet ISON, which could potentially shine as brightly as the moon when it makes its closest pass by the sun in late November if the most optimistic scenarios play out.
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03/18/2013 02:49 PM
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Traditional mud brick houses shaped like beehives, in the ancient village of Harran, Turkey.
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03/18/2013 02:51 PM
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Traditional mud brick houses shaped like beehives, in the ancient village of Harran, Turkey.
Quoting: aether

The History of Beehive-Shaped Homes

The conical dwelling, putative ancestor of the beehive house, predates man's recorded beginnings by a wide margin.
Quoting: observation

Beehive houses are some of the oldest known structures in Ireland and Scotland. Dating from as far back as around 2000 BC and some were still being built as late as the 19th century.
Quoting: observation

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Traditional mud brick houses shaped like beehives, in the ancient village of Harran, Turkey.
Quoting: aether

The History of Beehive-Shaped Homes

The conical dwelling, putative ancestor of the beehive house, predates man's recorded beginnings by a wide margin.
Quoting: observation

Beehive houses are some of the oldest known structures in Ireland and Scotland. Dating from as far back as around 2000 BC and some were still being built as late as the 19th century.
Quoting: observation

Quoting: aether

For a minute there as I was looking at the light coming through in that picture, I was reminded of the Norway spiral.

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03/18/2013 02:58 PM
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How much longer to pg 2222?
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03/18/2013 03:01 PM
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How much longer to pg 2222?
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609 pages

next page we will be 333 from 1947
Nus
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03/18/2013 03:04 PM
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How much longer to pg 2222?
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609 pages

next page we will be 333 from 1947
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Ha..thanks;-)
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energies shifted a lot for me friday night, I got a high fever which only gave me rest this morning, looks like it was a rocky weekened for more than a few out there
Nus
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Traditional mud brick houses shaped like beehives, in the ancient village of Harran, Turkey.
Quoting: aether

The History of Beehive-Shaped Homes

The conical dwelling, putative ancestor of the beehive house, predates man's recorded beginnings by a wide margin.
Quoting: observation

Beehive houses are some of the oldest known structures in Ireland and Scotland. Dating from as far back as around 2000 BC and some were still being built as late as the 19th century.
Quoting: observation

Quoting: aether

For a minute there as I was looking at the light coming through in that picture, I was reminded of the Norway spiral.

Quoting: acuk 36235101

you just took me here

i remember cisterns

Good stuff ;)
Three trilithons in the hypogeum - metaphorical trinities of Christ...

The statuettes of the sleeping lady - restful Gaia

Temple in the womb.

The density of the surroundings dictates. A resonant chamber in Gaia is linked.

Add water to the mix and you have a baptismal, a place of healing.
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hey just a dude
it arose from the cistern ac
never knew it existed, feels lovely inside and the radiance of the "walls" definitely forms a "womb sensation" to me
or how i would want a womb to feel
amazed
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Quoting: aether

noticing the sensation within a beehive home would feel the "same"
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03/18/2013 03:09 PM
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How much longer to pg 2222?
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You want the short cut or the detour?

:)
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Is a reoccurring discussion in my home at the moment, so nice sync, How we would feel about living in a round house, not a square one with a capstone on top.

Would the energies move around the home different, I think they would, they would create a better 'spin', I reckon.

Did you see that willow the wisp cartoon, the box/tv was the baddie...
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03/18/2013 03:17 PM
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How much longer to pg 2222?
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You want the short cut or the detour?

:)
Quoting: ArunaLuna

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03/18/2013 03:18 PM
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I just ran into someone I haven't seen since like 1999, wow!

Virgil the cook at a place I used to work at.
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I just ran into someone I haven't seen since like 1999, wow!

Virgil the cook at a place I used to work at.
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Which I just looked up Virgil and came upon hexameter, inventor is Hermes. I wonder if it is the poetry of indra?
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In the words of Mr. Cosby...A word to the wise isn't necessary, it's the stupid ones that need the advice.

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Is a reoccurring discussion in my home at the moment, so nice sync, How we would feel about living in a round house, not a square one with a capstone on top.

Would the energies move around the home different, I think they would, they would create a better 'spin', I reckon.

Did you see that willow the wisp cartoon, the box/tv was the baddie...
Quoting: acuk 36235101

There was a documentary, which I tried to find a while ago, that was about people living in homes that have been weathered by saltwater winds and how much healthier the people were rather than living with metal roofs and such.
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Is a reoccurring discussion in my home at the moment, so nice sync, How we would feel about living in a round house, not a square one with a capstone on top.

Would the energies move around the home different, I think they would, they would create a better 'spin', I reckon.

Did you see that willow the wisp cartoon, the box/tv was the baddie...
Quoting: acuk 36235101

There was a documentary, which I tried to find a while ago, that was about people living in homes that have been weathered by saltwater winds and how much healthier the people were rather than living with metal roofs and such.
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667

Sounds interesting.

For sometime I have felt that the shape of our homes are to work against us, and how we interact with energy.
Take smudging for example, it tells you to smudge the nooks and crannies, basically the corners, this has derived from somewhere.

If there was no corners, the energy would flow in the correct manner, it feels.

"Smudging

Smudging with sage (I prefer white sage) is a simple and powerful way in which to remove negative energy from the area. Place a few leaves in a fire proof container or a albacore shell, and light the leaves or light the bundle. The flame should go out in a short time and the sage will begin to smolder. Fan the smoke with your hand or feather. Say a blessing of protection, or prayer, as you walk around. Fan the smoke around you imagining it passing through you. It flows through you drawing out all of the imperfections that have collected within yourself. I recommend going to the farthest part of your house and work yourself towards the front, opening a window where you can draw all of the negative energy out. Don’t forget to smudge closets, basements, nooks and crevices, etc."

if you do find don't forget to post.

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Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5199985

In the words of Mr. Cosby...A word to the wise isn't necessary, it's the stupid ones that need the advice.

Quoting: ArunaLuna

It is said that if you line up all the cars in the world end to end, someone would be stupid enough to try to pass them.

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That would probably be me...
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Is a reoccurring discussion in my home at the moment, so nice sync, How we would feel about living in a round house, not a square one with a capstone on top.

Would the energies move around the home different, I think they would, they would create a better 'spin', I reckon.

Did you see that willow the wisp cartoon, the box/tv was the baddie...
Quoting: acuk 36235101

There was a documentary, which I tried to find a while ago, that was about people living in homes that have been weathered by saltwater winds and how much healthier the people were rather than living with metal roofs and such.
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667

Sounds interesting.

For sometime I have felt that the shape of our homes are to work against us, and how we interact with energy.
Take smudging for example, it tells you to smudge the nooks and crannies, basically the corners, this has derived from somewhere.

If there was no corners, the energy would flow in the correct manner, it feels.

"Smudging

Smudging with sage (I prefer white sage) is a simple and powerful way in which to remove negative energy from the area. Place a few leaves in a fire proof container or a albacore shell, and light the leaves or light the bundle. The flame should go out in a short time and the sage will begin to smolder. Fan the smoke with your hand or feather. Say a blessing of protection, or prayer, as you walk around. Fan the smoke around you imagining it passing through you. It flows through you drawing out all of the imperfections that have collected within yourself. I recommend going to the farthest part of your house and work yourself towards the front, opening a window where you can draw all of the negative energy out. Don’t forget to smudge closets, basements, nooks and crevices, etc."

if you do find don't forget to post.

Quoting: acuk 36235101

I'll post if I find it.
I guess its like the joints in the body, energy can get built up and sluggish.