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Yea, I could see where 17 more than what they knew of could fuck things up:-) do we know what their symbology of 17 is?
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Ahhh...I see Italy took gold in mens archery...I did not know they could shoot so well, but I watched and they were damn good!
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hey dion, i like you sharing visuals on your emotive experience (life)
i`ve said it before and i wanted to say it again rockon
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Cheers, I'm just spending time floating in the pool with my sons and flipping back and forth to remembrances of pictures from my sensory deprivation experiences floating as a child.

As I've stated before, I believe forms (visual constructs) to be the cohesive force between the two realms, breadcrumbs to birthing Ideas.

The Corpus Collosum of individuated creativity if you will.
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hey dion, i like you sharing visuals on your emotive experience (life)
i`ve said it before and i wanted to say it again rockon
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Cheers, I'm just spending time floating in the pool with my sons and flipping back and forth to remembrances of pictures from my sensory deprivation experiences floating as a child.

As I've stated before, I believe forms (visual constructs) to be the cohesive force between the two realms, breadcrumbs to birthing Ideas.

The Corpus Collosum of individuated creativity if you will.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10790883


Love this.


IOWs...a Bridge.

Hope your Summer has been beautiful, Dion.

long stem




Do you know of the Sirrah Bridge?

alone1
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evening dion,,

so in essence it would be true to say,, that lessons learnt slowly are better and more deeply absorbed,,

time,, should it ever proove,, to comfortably exist,, beyond the 3d perspective therein,,

yet with an upward glance,, would this design be fruitless as a path,,

the negations of such a paramount truth,, bare only,, too teach the receded inclusion,,

much love,,
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As to each conciousness it's own interpretation to the interaction with what it is aware of as the sum total of synergizing experiences.

In simple terms: Any action is repeated that the user feels provides the greatest output for that they deem necessary.

Otherwise frustration and new patterns are emergent.

Feeling about things is a subjective experience (emotional sense). But, in an intuitive sense, feeling is more than a sum total of thought as reflected by the needs of the individual we construe to have the premiere need to an object relationship.

It shows us the order of things more directly when we have a direct relationship with no mind to dividends. All we are aware of is the interaction without the muddying effects for what in all purposes becomes a survival mandate reflex. Some would term it emotional greed.

It twists all other forms in the mirror of 'artificial' necessity.

To make a long blather short: It is all dependant on the subjects ability to listen without presupposing cast in their own shadow.
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hey dion, i like you sharing visuals on your emotive experience (life)
i`ve said it before and i wanted to say it again rockon
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Cheers, I'm just spending time floating in the pool with my sons and flipping back and forth to remembrances of pictures from my sensory deprivation experiences floating as a child.

As I've stated before, I believe forms (visual constructs) to be the cohesive force between the two realms, breadcrumbs to birthing Ideas.

The Corpus Collosum of individuated creativity if you will.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10790883


Love this.


IOWs...a Bridge.

Hope your Summer has been beautiful, Dion.

:long stem:




Do you know of the Sirrah Bridge?

:alone1:
 Quoting: Seer777


In a way: yes, but I'm a creature of stress and bluntness. But, I do relish the languid moments where thoughts are allowed to swim. Most often as you are fading between states. And no, The name eludes me.
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In a way: yes, but I'm a creature of stress and bluntness. But, I do relish the languid moments where thoughts are allowed to swim. Most often as you are fading between states. And no, The name eludes me.
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Yes...lovely.

I couldn't agree more.


I only saw direct reference to it once sometime in May in one these 'Nobody' threads.


Essentially.... it was said to be a a Celestial Bridge between dimensions...I believe spoken about in the Kabbalah but I am not certain about that.


It hit me particularly profoundly that day, being that I had named my 'Imagined' World...SeeRa...among other things...

damned

ahhh <--- was one of those days...

tounge



I attempted to find the reference yesterday and was unsuccessful.



Instead, I was able to locate the star 'Sirrah' in the Alpha Andromedae constellation.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]



I also found this reference when I looked up 'Sirah Bridge'.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Text with image...

Diagram of "Plain of Assembly"(Ard al-Hashr) on the Day of Judgment, from autograph manuscript of Futuhat al-Makkiyya by Sufi mystic and philosopher Ibn Arabi, ca. 1238. Shown are the 'Arsh (Throne of God), pulpits for the righteous (al-Aminun), seven rows of angels, Gabriel (al-Ruh), A'raf (the Barrier), the Hauzu'l-Kausar (Fountain of Abundance), al-Maqam al-Mahmud (the Praiseworthy Station; where the prophet Muhammad will stand to intercede for the faithful), Mizan (the Scale),

As-Sirat (the Bridge),

Jahannam (Hell) and Marj al-Jannat (Meadow of Paradise).[




I also found this...

In the Arabic language the word sira or sirat comes from the verb sara, which means to travel or to be on a journey.

A person's sira is that person’s journey through life, or biography, encompassing their birth, events in their life, manners and characteristics, and their death.

In modern usage it may also refer to a person's resume. It is sometimes written as

"seera", "sirah" or "sirat", all meaning "life" or "journey".

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


hmm

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Nice research seer! ;-)
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...



Why do people keep saying Que Sera Sera?

 Quoting: Open Your Eyes


Cue Sarah.

 Quoting: Shrike


Sarah Shahi!

 Quoting: Open Your Eyes


Skekinah

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9274432


wink


tounge


posted 2/22/12

lol



dragonnebula

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Nice research seer! ;-)
 Quoting: NA Spirit


grinning


Thanks.

Unfortunately, I still haven't found the reference I was referring to.

Perhaps someone else might remember.


hf
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I did just recently read about a painting that is in the MM church about twins...says two boys, but the book makes reference to' her' pending on which story you go by..it said
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SoS,

referring back to a previous post regarding a gravitron black hole. Your thoughts ended at the event horizon of the black hole.

Imagine a situation where the gravitron black hole reached saturation. The attraction force of the black hole however was still collecting loose gravitrons. The saturated highly compressed black hole attempts to swallow another gravitron. In doing so it reacts much like a stable atom would when a errant photon disrupt its energy levels. It's internal structure, the energy levels (orbits) of it's electron become displaced. In it's struggle for stability it ejects an electron from it's bond, thus creating a chain reaction.

Now at the black hole event horizon this ejection produces a massive release of energy. This release in turn feeds gravitrons back into the saturated black hole. Sustained reaction fed constantly by saturation.
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SoS I know you get this and it seems elementary to you and others here. I come to you because you present a convenient entry point.
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.............It hit me particularly profoundly that day, being that I had named my 'Imagined' World...SeeRa...among other things...
 Quoting: seer


as in:
invisible structure (world) our visible world functions within ?
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.............It hit me particularly profoundly that day, being that I had named my 'Imagined' World...SeeRa...among other things...
 Quoting: seer


as in:
invisible structure (world) our visible world functions within ?
 Quoting: aether


Ka (vital spark)


The Ka (k3) was the Egyptian concept of vital essence, that which distinguishes the difference between a living and a dead person, with death occurring when the ka left the body. The Egyptians believed that Khnum created the bodies of children on a potter's wheel and inserted them into their mothers' bodies. Depending on the region, Egyptians believed that Heket or Meskhenet was the creator of each person's Ka, breathing it into them at the instant of their birth as the part of their soul that made them be alive. This resembles the concept of spirit in other religions.

The Egyptians also believed that the ka was sustained through food and drink. For this reason food and drink offerings were presented to the dead, although it was the kau (k3w) within the offerings that was consumed, not the physical aspect. The ka was often represented in Egyptian iconography as a second image of the king, leading earlier works to attempt to translate ka as double.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

it all goes around the same theme, the wheel = vortice , the double = visible within invisible , the breath of the invisible = enlivening life

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thinking about it the topics our environment utilizes to gain our attention (synchronicity) are going to be topics that fits our environments design of what it desires to tell/show

most likely in these early days of our knowing the nature of our environment and it`s utilization of feedback will mean the motive of the topics is not for us to confirm what we already know so much as recognize there is a dialogue to be enjoyed that is somewhat unfamiliar to us in content

even the simplest of things in our knowing may be utilized by our environment to indicate that which we never associated to that same simplicity because it is likely our environment, at this moment, sees differing meaning in many things we believe we know the meaning of

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Standard cosmology can not prove space-time warps, yet that's a quite accepted theory. Just as a quark cannot be proved, only inferred. Just as the speed of c can not be proved. It travels at c in the space inside our solar system, a space filled with all sorts of electrons, ions and positive charges as well. Just as it travels slower in air or water. Since we have never been outside the galaxy, what proof is there it travels that same speed in the voids between galaxies except belief that it does so? The space inside the galaxies influence area is filled with plasma and dust, pulled in along the Birkeland Currents.

The dielectric medium responds magnitudes of orders faster than c, because it does not rely on the long range movement of particles to transmit force, just a slight polarization which transmits the stored energy in polarized fields. Matter moves, the dielectric responds instantly to this excess charge by polarizing itself between objects of mass and transferring that energy not instantly, but orders of magnitude faster than c. Exactly what is observed, gravity always points to the instantaneous positions of objects, not their position of aberration. This is because the dielectric medium already contains charge and magnetic energy in storage, it simply needs to polarize to transmit that energy. Conductors on the other hand must rely on the movement of charged particles which travel at c or less, a process that undergoes aberration and is much too slow to match observations. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
 Quoting: observation


Dielectric

A dielectric is an electrical insulator that can be polarized by an applied electric field.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Insulator (electricity)

An electrical insulator is a material whose internal electric charges do not flow freely, and which therefore does not conduct an electric current, under the influence of an electric field.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Polarization
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

polarization is motivated (self aware) motion

medium

(plural media or mediums) The nature of the surrounding environment, e.g. solid, liquid, gas, vacuum, or a specific substance such as a solvent.
(plural media or mediums) The material or empty space through which signals, waves or forces pass.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wiktionary.org]

so dielectric medium is the label given to the collective effect of our non material dimensions

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the speed this is being embraced is surprising
but
maybe not , maybe intuitively many have been anticipating

Concerning CERN: Cliff Burgess on the discovery of the Higgs boson
16th july 2012

...........
You can think of the whole picture as an analogy where elementary particles are replaced by fish. Suppose you were interested in the properties of fish and how they move and why some fish move faster than others given the same amount of effort. This would be very hard if you did not understand what water was. In order to understand properly the motion of fish, you must first also understand the environment through which they move.

Now, those who study fish never doubted the existence of water because, unlike the fish, scientists do not live in it. If you were the first to propose that water existed, it might be a harder sell since everyone would take it for granted. The acid test would be to move the water, or to excite a water wave, since that would show that there was something “there” besides just fish. So the radical theoretical proposal is that we are all moving through a medium, and it is the properties of this medium that partially control the behaviour of elementary particles. Again the acid test is to perturb the vacuum and excite a wave in it. This is what the experiments at CERN seem to have done for the very first time..........
 Quoting: observation

[link to phys.org]

notice the telling is:
we (all that is us) are all moving through a medium and the elementary (smallest) particles (pieces of matter) that form and sustain us (all that physically is ) is partially controlled by the medium we move constantly through

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with cern and water visuals in mind, look what can occur when you match your visuals with reality.........

.........I was kind of in training zone…where I just kind of focus on my own vibration…it’s going to sound funny but when I run I kind of feel like a boat and I imagine the bow cutting through the water and visualize the waves going out all around me…it’s stupid I know it’s just me. ................

.............I meet eyes with this person and then all of a sudden I get a forward down-rush feeling in my head like when you do a summersault...and I hear/feel the "crunch". I don't know how to explain really what happened...I thought I fell forward and kind of did a kick step to catch myself from falling flat on my face and I'm floating. I have never felt or been able to do that just out of nowhere...like I didn't even try to do it. I realized what happened and look back and I'm standing on the sidewalk just still, with my eyes open and then "me" looked at "me"...

As soon as I make eye contact with myself…I get that head rush again like I’m going feet over head and I’m back in my body with my heart beating so fast it was all I could physically hear after the giant crunch of getting back in body. The person on the sidewalk is still walking like nothing happened and I’m just standing there like wtf?..........
 Quoting: aruna

Thread: The field of HUMAN ENERGY

1rof1

i remember thinking at the time
"how did aruna know about the "water?""

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Nice research seer! ;-)
 Quoting: NA Spirit


grinning


Thanks.

Unfortunately, I still haven't found the reference I was referring to.

Perhaps someone else might remember.


hf
 Quoting: Seer777


The name seera made me think of she-ra the cartoon.



Which this cartoon is weirdly what we have been talking about. The archetype with a weapon
 Quoting: FancyPants


lol.

I was just discussing the 'Wonder Woman' cartoon yesterday with a friend.

Remember underoos?


I had the Wonder Woman set.

Was cool.

Hehe...



damned

YouTube has everything...



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with cern and water visuals in mind, look what can occur when you match your visuals with reality.........

.........I was kind of in training zone…where I just kind of focus on my own vibration…it’s going to sound funny but when I run I kind of feel like a boat and I imagine the bow cutting through the water and visualize the waves going out all around me…it’s stupid I know it’s just me. ................

.............I meet eyes with this person and then all of a sudden I get a forward down-rush feeling in my head like when you do a summersault...and I hear/feel the "crunch". I don't know how to explain really what happened...I thought I fell forward and kind of did a kick step to catch myself from falling flat on my face and I'm floating. I have never felt or been able to do that just out of nowhere...like I didn't even try to do it. I realized what happened and look back and I'm standing on the sidewalk just still, with my eyes open and then "me" looked at "me"...

As soon as I make eye contact with myself…I get that head rush again like I’m going feet over head and I’m back in my body with my heart beating so fast it was all I could physically hear after the giant crunch of getting back in body. The person on the sidewalk is still walking like nothing happened and I’m just standing there like wtf?..........
 Quoting: aruna

Thread: The field of HUMAN ENERGY

1rof1

i remember thinking at the time
"how did aruna know about the "water?""


{/quote]

know or innate?

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Question,

Anyone know any meanings of a water well? Esoteric, myth, legends?

Thanks!
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Question,

Anyone know any meanings of a water well? Esoteric, myth, legends?

Thanks!
 Quoting: Fancypants-nli 17984635


AgeofAquarius

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Question,

Anyone know any meanings of a water well? Esoteric, myth, legends?

Thanks!
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it feels dowsing related

Dowsing as practiced today may have originated in Germany during the 15th century, when it was used to find metals. As early as 1518 Martin Luther listed dowsing for metals as an act that broke the first commandment (i.e., as occultism).
 Quoting: observation

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I'm posting from the UK because I'm both a British Citizen and our systems are configured with a basic GMT format.

The asteroid measures 677 km by 439 km and has a mass of 5.37 x 5320 kg. It has a magnitude of +5.4
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feels nuts alien03
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Newgrange

Newgrange is a prehistoric monument located in County Meath, on the eastern side of Ireland, about one kilometre north of the River Boyne. It was built around 3200 BC, during the Neolithic period. There is no agreement about what the site was used for,..............

.........The Newgrange monument primarily comprises a large mound, built of alternating layers of earth and stones, with grass growing on top and a reconstructed facade of flattish white quartz stones studded at intervals with large rounded cobbles covering part of the circumference. The mound is 76 m (250 ft) across and 12 m (40 ft) high, and covers 0.4 hectares (one acre) of ground............

.................The complex of Newgrange was originally built between c. 3100 and 2900 BC, meaning that it is approximately 5,000 years old. According to carbon-14 dates, it is more than five hundred years older than the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, and predates Stonehenge by about a thousand years, as well as predating the Mycenaean culture of ancient Greece.............

...........Newgrange contains various examples of abstract Neolithic rock art carved onto it which provide decoration. These carvings fit into ten categories, five of which are curvilinear (circles, spirals, arcs, serpentiniforms and dot-in-circles) and the other five of which are rectilinear (chevrons, lozenges, radials, parallel lines and offsets)..
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

megalithic art Newgrange

[link to whc.unesco.org]

none of that art is absract

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