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In short the bioactive field is fractal. This is the reason the 'field effect' at stonehenge - the 'shem' stone- MAKES SEEDS GROW...( and the only way to be an architect- make the life giving field!). Note how the Hypogeum cultures- those who knew how to MAKE the bioactive field - kiva- were consistently the turning point when civilization might otherwise have perished [link to www.fractalfield.com]
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Kiva


A kiva is a room used by modern Puebloans for religious rituals, many of them associated with the kachina belief system. Among the modern Hopi and most other Pueblo peoples, kivas are square-walled and underground, and are used for spiritual ceremonies.

Similar subterranean rooms are found among ruins in the American southwest, indicating ritual or cultural use by the ancient peoples of the region including the Ancient Pueblo Peoples, the Mogollon and the Hohokam

For example, kivas found in Mesa Verde were generally keyhole-shaped. In most larger communities, it was normal to find one kiva for each five or six rooms used as residences.

Fifteen top rooms encircle the central chamber of the vast Great Kiva at Aztec Ruins National Monument. The room's "...purpose is unclear..
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Pit houses were built partially underground, lined with large flat stones, and then four large logs were used as posts, set vertically into the floor of the pit (Ferguson, p. 25-6). Four more logs were set horizontally on top of the first four, and the rest of the house was built up with mud, timber and branches to form the walls and roof in a circular or oval shape, completely underground (Ferguson, p. 25-6). An opening, called a sipapu, was left in the top of the roof as an entrance using a ladder, to symbolize the entrance into the spirit world (Ferguson, p. 27). Some pit houses also had an antechamber or corridor at one end as a means of entrance (Ferguson, p. 27). Other features of the pit houses included a fire pit lined with clay in the middle of the floor for cooking and heating, a draft deflector for the fire, a ventilator shaft in one wall, benches, and bins or niches for storage (Ferguson, p. 27; Brody, p. 72).

The direction that pit houses faced is unclear because of conflicting sources, but is an important topic since most cultures had spiritual or religious beliefs which claim certain directions to be sacred. Ferguson claims that pit houses always faced south (p. 25). Brody, on the other hand, asserts that entries faced east or southeast by way of a tunnel or antechamber attached to the pit house (p. 77).

The traditional pit house dwellings of the Anasazi eventually became known as kivas around 900-1000 A.D., when they were used more for religious and social gatherings (Ferguson, p. 25). The kivas of the Anasazi is the focus (and coincidentally the title) of this paper. The basic structure of the pit houses remains the same for kivas, with little variation among different clans or tribes of the Pueblo Indians. The topics that will now be covered are: the meaning behind the kivas, the differences between kivas and great kivas, and a description of the great kiva Casa Rinconada.
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the picture alters when you alter the original motive for the design

there was an era long ago when the field affects of encasing fields within stone and other natural materials of geometric design enhanced not only altered field state of mind but it prompted enhanced bioactive field affect thus it kept you physically feeling okay for longer and it was the physical location you went into to "die" thus you died right because you felt good in death

this will be the origin of returning to the field (nature) belief

funny over the thousands of years as meanings become forgotten strange new meanings are applied to underground (underworld)
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Ancient Pueblo Peoples

Ancient Pueblo peoples or Ancestral Pueblo peoples were an ancient Native American culture centered on the present-day Four Corners area of the United States, comprising southern Utah, northeastern Arizona, northern New Mexico, and southwestern Colorado

One of the most fascinating and intriguing aspects of Ancestral Puebloan infrastructure is at Chaco Canyon and is the Chaco Road, a system of roads radiating out from many great house sites such as Pueblo Bonito, Chetro Ketl and Una Vida, and leading towards small outlier sites and natural features within and beyond the canyon limits.

Through satellite images and ground investigations, archaeologists have detected at least 8 main roads that together run for more than 180 miles (ca 300 km), and are more than 30 feet (10 m) wide.

Sparse concentrations of ceramic fragments along the North Road have been related to some sort of ritual activities carried out along the roadway. Isolated structures located on the roadsides as well as on top of the canyon cliffs and ridge crests have been interpreted as shrines related to these activities.

Finally, features such as long linear grooves were cut into the bedrock along certain roads which do not seem to point to a specific direction. It has been proposed that these were part of pilgrimage paths followed during ritual ceremonies.
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replay

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A morning with a moment to deeply think is a good morning.

I much like a Sunday morning
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"We visit the tomb of Qin Shi Huang in China and parts of Angkor, Cambodia. We also visit the tomb of Lord Sipan in Peru. Then on to Saqqara, Egypt and Mexico and the tomb of Ptah-Hotep in Egypt.

Some tombs do not look like tombs at all. I am talking about places they call tombs but never found any bodies inside. Some look like massive underground bunkers. Some look like what we might call a warehouses today. The Ancient past is so clouded with half truths, out right lies and cover ups. If you know the truth they can no longer control what you think. Wake up world, research the ancient past for yourselves. Do not let others do it for you. Peace Everyone."

The music is from Makyo, the song is called Soar angelic.

"Love is the key, helping each other turns the key and unlocks the door"
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Why did the NOBODY "cross" the road?
Because he wanted to get to the other side.

1 Dimension = 1 (line)
2 Dimension = + (2 Lines)A cross, or graph x,y
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A morning with a moment to deeply think is a good morning.

I much like a Sunday morning
Thanks aether



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from the author of video
"We visit the tomb of Qin Shi Huang in China and parts of Angkor, Cambodia. We also visit the tomb of Lord Sipan in Peru. Then on to Saqqara, Egypt and Mexico and the tomb of Ptah-Hotep in Egypt.

Some tombs do not look like tombs at all. I am talking about places they call tombs but never found any bodies inside. Some look like massive underground bunkers. Some look like what we might call a warehouses today. The Ancient past is so clouded with half truths, out right lies and cover ups. If you know the truth they can no longer control what you think. Wake up world, research the ancient past for yourselves. Do not let others do it for you. Peace Everyone."

The music is from Makyo, the song is called Soar angelic.

"Love is the key, helping each other turns the key and unlocks the door"
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emotional video prompting era`s long gone when near instant communication over distance within structures of natural environmental design prompted feelings into currently unimagined reality
and
the soft emotional sensations of physical presence of non earth origin emotion blended so beautifully with our own soft emotional designs (imaginative emotion)
it truly is magnificence of emotion being within this universe of devotion

thanks for that cutbait
wonderful sunday sensations on our gentle mothers day
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Why did the NOBODY "cross" the road?
Because he wanted to get to the other side.

1 Dimension = 1 (line)
2 Dimension = + (2 Lines)A cross, or graph x,y
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likely true


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nassim is fired up sun



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Seeing nassim holding a surfboard, ready to hit the waves in that video was cool.

The transparency of being through nature does awaken something deep within if we allow it, it seems


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back in the day,


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the debate has reached an interesting moment
by scientific experiment witnessed by all a break through has arisen which is best represented by this:

At the very least, the work of Ampere, Gauss and Weber should be reexamined to see how Weber was able to deduce by 1870! the existence of the charged atomic nucleus and oppositely charged orbiting electrons, the classical electron radius, and the nuclear binding force. Some of these things had to wait until the 20th century for their eventual discovery, without any mention of the priority of the aforementioned distinguished scientists. So goes the scandalous politics of science. [link to www.holoscience.com]
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Not only is the "Weber" missrepresented, but the fact that the "Bell", and the "Tesla" values, (among others) were originaly ascribed to real, observed forces as a UNIT of referance, is simply ignored. Today, the Bell is used in decimal places of, and the Tesla not at all as it is such a large measure, only the strongest of magnets are described in terms of Tesla's.

For the origins to be so large, there must be an accompanying like size field as a BASE line. Not to then work below, as is done now, but to work FROM. [link to www.holoscience.com]
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it will be interesting to notice how theosophy handles this /z\ occurrence
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while we await theosophy`s reply to the laboratory experiments we can hover over what is being shown

Tesla (unit)

The tesla (symbol T) is the SI derived unit of magnetic flux density, commonly denoted as T, (which is also known as "magnetic field").

Because the tesla is so large in regards to everyday usage, common engineering practice is to report the strength of magnets in gauss.

The strongest fields encountered from permanent magnets are from Halbach spheres which can be over 5 T
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what we are being shown is our environment possess a scale of invisible force which becomes noticeable ( causes affect) when a structure is created within our environment which by it`s design, prompts our environment to express this invisible force through the function of the created structure

it is never the structure creating a force that was not existing before the structure was created
it is always the structure prompts our environment to utilize the structure to express the force that was always there to be expressed

thus we understand our environment is motivated because it chooses how it expresses it`self within structures as in:
does or does not
and
if it does
it does so in varying degree's of expression
as in:
it expresses within it`s motive
the motive that our environment is expressing before any thought of design of structure was imagined by the structures creator and presented to our environment for motive match

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what we are being shown is our environment possess a scale of invisible force which becomes noticeable ( causes affect) when a structure is created within our environment which by it`s design, prompts our environment to express this invisible force through the function of the created structure

it is never the structure creating a force that was not existing before the structure was created
it is always the structure prompts our environment to utilize the structure to express the force that was always there to be expressed

thus we understand our environment is motivated because it chooses how it expresses it`self within structures as in:
does or does not
and
if it does
it does so in varying degree's of expression
as in:
it expresses within it`s motive
the motive that our environment is expressing before any thought of design of structure was imagined by the structures creator and presented to our environment for motive match
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with that in mind /z\ we may look at the structures of our past of scale we still cannot replicate to and say
if past cultures constructed structures of scale we today still cannot it is likely they could utilize any substance within their construction they desired because they must have been clever enough to do so
they chose, without exception to create structure by design utilizing only stone and some wood thus we can say they chose organic only substances by design
thus we may consider that their motive was never to create a "machine" that it`self formed something
their motive was to create structure that unlocked the invisible forces of our environment by prompting our environment to utilize the creators structures
thus we may consider the creators motive matched our environments motive in varies visible degrees
and
until we possess the same motive as the creators of the structures, the structures will never fulfill their design motive
because the thing all these structures possess in common is
they we all designed to function with someone inside them
thus person (people)inside are an intrinsic part of their design

A great scientific instrument lies sprawled over the entire surface of the globe. At some period, thousands of years ago, almost every corner of the world was visited by people 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 people created vast astronomical instruments, circles of erect pillars, pyramids, underground tunnels, cyclopean stone platforms, all linked together by a network of tracks and alignments, whose course from horizon to horizon was marked by stones, mounds and earthworks. [link to www.newdawnmagazine.com]
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hi

This is like something I would do.

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Perhaps one day we won't hold so tight to the straight line in the vain attempt to proclaim we have risen above.

The only way up is out.
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hi

This is like something I would do.

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Many tourists have climbed to the top, which is not an easy journey. One such person was Sir Siemenís, a British inventor. He climbed to the top with his Arab guides. One of his guides called attention to the fact that when he raised his hand with outspread fingers, he would hear an acute ringing noise. Siemen raised his index finger and felt a distinct prickling sensation. He also received an electric shock when he tried to drink from a bottle of wine that he had brought with him. Being a scientist, Siemen than moistened a newspaper and wrapped it around the wine bottle to convert it into a Leyden jar (an early form of a capacitor). When he held it above his head, it became charged with electricity. Sparks then were emitted from the bottle. One of the Arab guides got frightened and thought Siemen was up to some witchcraft and attempted to seize Siemenís companion. When Siemenís noticed this, he pointed the bottle towards the Arab and gave him such a shock that it knocked the Arab to the ground almost rendering him unconscious.
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The electric pyrometer, which is perhaps the most elegant and original of all William Siemens's inventions, is also the link which connects his electrical with his metallurgical researches. Siemens pursued two major themes in his inventive efforts, one based upon the science of heat, the other based upon the science of electricity; and the electric thermometer was, as it were, a delicate cross-coupling which connected both. Imbued with the idea of regeneration, and seeking in nature for that thrift of power which he, as an inventor, had always aimed at, Siemens suggested a hypothesis on which the sun conserves its heat by a circulation of its fuel in space, afterwards reprinting the controversy in a volume, On the Conservation of Solar Energy.
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hi

This is like something I would do.

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good morning

that /z\ will prompt seer to miss the capstone tounge
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Perhaps one day we won't hold so tight to the straight line in the vain attempt to proclaim we have risen above.

The only way up is out.
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good morning
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hi

This is like something I would do.

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good morning

that /z\ will prompt seer to miss the capstone tounge
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Good morning.


It prompted me to ponder on desertification.

However, stunning view at the top indeed.

:)
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hi

This is like something I would do.

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good morning

that /z\ will prompt seer to miss the capstone tounge
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Good morning.


It prompted me to ponder on desertification.

However, stunning view at the top indeed.

:)
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good morning

........The Sahara is the world's largest hot desert. At over 9,000,000 square kilometres (3,500,000 square miles), it covers most of Northern Africa, making it almost as large as the United States or the continent of Europe. The desert stretches from the Red Sea, including parts of the Mediterranean coasts, to the outskirts of the Atlantic Ocean. Some of the sand dunes can reach 180 meters (600 ft.) in height. Mixed in with the oceanic sands there are large rock formations, boulders, stones and pebbles. Some have compared areas of the Sahara to the surface of Mars.

The sands of the Sahara hold many secrets. It wasn't always a vast desolate ocean of sand; around 5,000 years ago it was a very different terrain. It was a sub-tropical paradise where deer, hippos and elephants were hunted and giraffes and rhinoceros roamed the area. With a plentiful supply of food, thousands of hunter-gatherers flocked to live in this lush savannah.
These facts are evident from the discovery of hundreds of human graves and numerous rock paintings , depicting people hunting and even swimming. Furthermore, radar images taken by the NASA space shuttle show that beneath the sand are networks of rivers, once spanning the entire Sahara. North Africa was once alive with people! What happened to this lush green world?........................

................Where did the Sahara sand come from? It did not exist 6,000 years ago. Experts are proposing that vast oceans of sand formed in less than 3,300 years. This is impossible because Saharan sand is some of the oldest on the planet. Putting this into context means that an area the size of the US has been covered in a vast sea of sand in what has to be the blink of an eye in geological terms. This makes no sense because the time frame for the formation of the sand does not allow it according to consensus theories. If the adjoining deserts swathing out across the Middle East and Asia are also considered, this equates to an area twice the size of the US. Where did all this sand come from?............
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I've felt so lethargic lately
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Me too.

When I was driving here yesterday, it was all I could do to focus on the road.

I was in bed, lights out at 9:15 last night. I woke exactly at 5:55am this morning.


Now I am just waiting out the clock.

1 day left.

:)
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If you don't mind me asking, one day left for what?


Good morning everyone hf
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just 5-starred this and realized the third star's first dot appeared, I first thought it was something dirty on my screen tounge
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I've felt so lethargic lately
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Me too.

When I was driving here yesterday, it was all I could do to focus on the road.

I was in bed, lights out at 9:15 last night. I woke exactly at 5:55am this morning.


Now I am just waiting out the clock.

1 day left.

:)
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If you don't mind me asking, one day left for what?


Good morning everyone hf
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The last day on my 'show run'.

It started last Saturday with Mom's Day at OSU, then Wed-Fri for Street Faire at UofO, and Saturday and today in Medford at the Art in Bloom.

3 shows in 8 days.

Also, I do it solo.



TicToc

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hey see7,, pleased you're having a good weekend,,


much love,,
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hey see7,, pleased you're having a good weekend,,


much love,,
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Lol.

It was too hot. The sales plummeted...as they do.

Weather dependent.

Indeed.


Thank you for your kind words.

It starts at 11 today and ends at 4pm.

Being Mother's Day, Sunday's are often brisk and it is suppose to be a bit cooler today.


Yesterdays high was 91 F/32.777 C on blacktop.

Hot, hot, hot.


I imagine I will be utilizing the spritz bottle again today.

:)

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...


yes. me = human.

but i KNOW!

and i have yet to meet another who knows as i know and thus the collective "you".
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hmm
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[link to img.anonfiles.org]
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Sometimes one thinks they know the things they know, but then they begin to know that they know no thing. Including the thing closest to them.

But, then again, safe assumptions bring little change.
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i 'know' enuf to know that i do not know many many things, yet this "knowledge" i speak of was imposed upon me in a most extreme experience.

this "knowledge" is not the sort that we normally speak of, the sort that can be acquired thru training and normal learning... no. The knowledge i speak of is somatic in nature and arrived thru extreme pain and followed by an experience so profound that my thinking mind fled to the dark corners of my soul while my whole mind/body/soul was taught a lesson it/me/us will NEVER forget.

a "knowledge" that arrives after trust and faith have been passed thru...

undeniable
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sorry to hear that,,

wish you the best luck
with your effort today,,


much love,,
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I've felt so lethargic lately
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Me too.

When I was driving here yesterday, it was all I could do to focus on the road.

I was in bed, lights out at 9:15 last night. I woke exactly at 5:55am this morning.


Now I am just waiting out the clock.

1 day left.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


If you don't mind me asking, one day left for what?


Good morning everyone hf
 Quoting: 1908247


The last day on my 'show run'.

It started last Saturday with Mom's Day at OSU, then Wed-Fri for Street Faire at UofO, and Saturday and today in Medford at the Art in Bloom.

3 shows in 8 days.

Also, I do it solo.



:TicToc:

:)
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eye see you, seaStar

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sorry to hear that,,

wish you the best luck
with your effort today,,


much love,,
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No worries.

I have been doing this a long time.

You win some and you lose some. Sometimes the weather cooperates. Sometimes it does not.

'Shows' are applied for months in advance. So there is no way to know what the sky will choose on that weekend...





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it is somewhat ironic dear see7,, as the absolute opposite is the shopping persuasion here,,

yet our temperature's reflect this indeed,,

when the sun shines here,, everybody goes out,,



drink plentiful and keep well hydrayted,,

much love,,


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