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Triple
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M O O N That Spells



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[link to www.geo.tv]

Gwadar island spewing methane
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Subduction zones mark sites of convective downwelling of Earth's lithosphere (the crust plus the top brittle portion of the upper mantle). Subduction zones exist at convergent plate boundaries where one plate of oceanic lithosphere converges with another plate. The descending slab—the subducting plate—is over-ridden by the leading edge of the other plate. The slab sinks at an angle of approximately twenty-five to forty-five degrees to Earth's surface. At a depth of approximately 80–120 kilometres, the basalt of the oceanic slab is converted to a metamorphic rock called eclogite. At this point, the density of the oceanic lithosphere increases and it is carried into mantle by the down-welling convective currents. It is at subduction zones that Earth's lithosphere, oceanic crust, sedimentary layers, and some trapped water are recycled into the deep mantle.
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I found this.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
But I don't think that was the story or place I was told of. There is a place in east tennessee that was mined and was caves that was shut down but I think it was because of sulfur not methane. I'll post if I can find.
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Gwadar island spewing methane
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Subduction zones mark sites of convective downwelling of Earth's lithosphere (the crust plus the top brittle portion of the upper mantle). Subduction zones exist at convergent plate boundaries where one plate of oceanic lithosphere converges with another plate. The descending slab—the subducting plate—is over-ridden by the leading edge of the other plate. The slab sinks at an angle of approximately twenty-five to forty-five degrees to Earth's surface. At a depth of approximately 80–120 kilometres, the basalt of the oceanic slab is converted to a metamorphic rock called eclogite. At this point, the density of the oceanic lithosphere increases and it is carried into mantle by the down-welling convective currents. It is at subduction zones that Earth's lithosphere, oceanic crust, sedimentary layers, and some trapped water are recycled into the deep mantle.
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I found this.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
But I don't think that was the story or place I was told of. There is a place in east tennessee that was mined and was caves that was shut down but I think it was because of sulfur not methane. I'll post if I can find.
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derp to me, here it is

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Moon. That spells moon.

"Mahaamaayaa who represents the supreme virtue by reigning over all three virtues, has Bhimalochana as her Bhairava, and derides the worldly trappings by dancing naked, resides in this cave of Hingula that enshrines her sacred head."
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An important stop during the pilgrimage is the mud volcano called Chandrakup literally 'Moon Well'.
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In the link

The Makran Coastal Highway linking Karachi with Gwadar runs parallel to Balochistan's Arabian Sea coast. It was built by Frontier Works Organisation and follows the same path which Alexander the Great took when he ended his campaign. The highway has made the pilgrimage and visiting the shrine very convenient.
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Moon. That spells moon.

"Mahaamaayaa who represents the supreme virtue by reigning over all three virtues, has Bhimalochana as her Bhairava, and derides the worldly trappings by dancing naked, resides in this cave of Hingula that enshrines her sacred head."
 Quoting: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

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An important stop during the pilgrimage is the mud volcano called Chandrakup literally 'Moon Well'.
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In the link

The Makran Coastal Highway linking Karachi with Gwadar runs parallel to Balochistan's Arabian Sea coast. It was built by Frontier Works Organisation and follows the same path which Alexander the Great took when he ended his campaign. The highway has made the pilgrimage and visiting the shrine very convenient.
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Hingula means cinnabar (HgS Mercuric Sulphide).
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This is really inspiring...

Thread: The Amazing Transformation of a Guy Who Didn't Give Up!
Feel like giving up ?

hf
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:)
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Moon. That spells moon.

"Mahaamaayaa who represents the supreme virtue by reigning over all three virtues, has Bhimalochana as her Bhairava, and derides the worldly trappings by dancing naked, resides in this cave of Hingula that enshrines her sacred head."
 Quoting: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

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An important stop during the pilgrimage is the mud volcano called Chandrakup literally 'Moon Well'.
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I don't think I've heard of mud volcanoes before

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

About 86% of the gas released from these structures is methane, with much less carbon dioxide and nitrogen emitted.
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That is strange.

It is in Thai and says 'The turbine wheel or the Group MEW.'
At least that is what google translate says, lol

but went to another translate and says:

'Measure turbine or the temple in flint, a kite '

More cherts and kitesafro
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Good morning.

Not sure if it correlates but I nearly mentioned 'MEW' a couple days ago as what is created by rotating the '3'.

3, M, E, W.

:)
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Good morning. Interesting. In the one link with the turbines it has 3 blades.
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Moon. That spells moon.

"Mahaamaayaa who represents the supreme virtue by reigning over all three virtues, has Bhimalochana as her Bhairava, and derides the worldly trappings by dancing naked, resides in this cave of Hingula that enshrines her sacred head."
 Quoting: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

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An important stop during the pilgrimage is the mud volcano called Chandrakup literally 'Moon Well'.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47378446


I don't think I've heard of mud volcanoes before

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

About 86% of the gas released from these structures is methane, with much less carbon dioxide and nitrogen emitted.
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For those of us that watched the Gulf underwater cams, besides a few discussing Methane Hydrates, the Cinnabar color really stood out too. There was a rich Yellow color too. The Red and Yellow though is what I try to reproduce when I do the Solar prints (lithographs) of the ROV images.
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This is really inspiring...

Thread: The Amazing Transformation of a Guy Who Didn't Give Up!
Feel like giving up ?

hf
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:)
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That just made me cry.
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Saw this yesterday and wanted to share.


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Awww, so cute!
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Oh, hello everyone.


[link to youtu.be]
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Oh man, I keep meaning to rewatch that movie. I just can't sit through stephen king. The air about his movies annoys me, lol
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This is really inspiring...

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Feel like giving up ?

hf
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:)
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That just made me cry.
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Me too.

Triumph of the human spirit over adversity, is a beautiful thing. Watching him take off running, was the icing on the cake.

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This is really inspiring...

Thread: The Amazing Transformation of a Guy Who Didn't Give Up!
Feel like giving up ?

hf
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:)
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I saw that before. Still a beautiful story.
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This is really inspiring...

Thread: The Amazing Transformation of a Guy Who Didn't Give Up!
Feel like giving up ?

hf
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:)
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That just made me cry.
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Me too.

Triumph of the human spirit over adversity, is a beautiful thing. Watching him take off running, was the icing on the cake.

flower
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I liked watching him fall, he always got back up, reminds me of me.

We often relate to others by seeing our self in them.
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flower feedback has flipped out

Rock Science
Sep 25, 2013

Things may be carved in stone and still be nebulous.

Petroglyphs come without captions; clues of their intended meanings are more often missing than not. Yet though certainty is rarely to be had, the quest for the meaning of rock art is as legitimate as any line of research in archaeology.

The image above is part of Europe’s second-largest repository of petroglyphs after Valcamonica (Italy). Located in the Vallée des Merveilles (southeastern France) are an estimated 30,000 carvings hugging the southern and western slopes of Mount Bégo – a peak whose name appears to be based on an Indo-European word for ‘god’. The authorities propose a rough date of 3000 BCE for the carving activity, based on depicted agricultural tools, but concede the infirmity of the guess. An upper boundary of c. 8000 BCE is set by the clearing of glacial ice in the area.

The overwhelming majority of petroglyphs in the valley consists of variations on the themes of ‘corniforms’ or horns, ploughing oxen and halberds, with symbolic connotations that escape modern visitors. The imagery seems steeped in religious symbolism, but less than 1% of it depicts indisputably cosmological or mythological subjects. Preciously few seem to be related to the plasma instabilities related to rock art by Anthony Peratt – a few spirals and concentric circles, encircled rayed ‘suns’ or wheels, an elongated hand-held staff with knots at various distances and surmounted by a bird, the group called ‘stairway to paradise’ and the curious abstract configuration reproduced above.

Described by the park authorities as a ‘rectangular area with curled appendages’ or ‘with closed appendages’, this puzzling form evades attempts at a practical or mundane interpretation. Except for the solid rectangle at the centre, the appendages bear a striking resemblance to a category of petroglyphs Peratt dubbed ‘pipettes’. These match a stage in the sequence of an intense plasma z-pinch column, when stacked plasmoids appear as flattened bars with bright foci at the sides:...........................
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Valley of Wonders

The Valley of Wonders is a Valley Mercantour in the Alpes which were discovered more than 40,500 prints protohistoric , also known as " rock carvings "dating from the Chalcolithic and the Bronze Age old, among other prints more Recent .
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Occitan Cross


It is a cross with four arms of equal length, which has very little to do with the Latin cross, which symbolizes the crucifixion of Jesus and some martyrs.

In heraldry , it is called cross of Toulouse and is blazoned cross cléchée (branches shaped key blade), drained (you can see the field through its branches) and pommetée twelve pieces (Each point is trimmed with a "little apple" called "cheekbone") Its color is gold (yellow) background Gules (red). If you want to interpret it as a symbol, there is a choice: the total twelve cheekbones could symbolize the twelve apostles (which themselves are twelve in reference to the twelve tribes of Israel, which can be self- same function in the twelve signs of the zodiac , etc.).

Crosses pommetées BCE found as shown in an engraving dating back nearly five thousand years in the Valley of Marvels near Tende . There is a similar Christian cross, dating from the eighth or ninth century AD in Turkestan Chinese, engraved by Christian Nestorian .

According to Bertran Farge , the Occitan Cross could come from a synthesis of trefoil cross original Coptic (cross of Saint-Maurice) and a Byzantine cross. Other scholars have put forward influences Visigoth . For Pierre Salies , this figure would have been made in the entourage of the Counts of Toulouse, during the first Crusades.

Currently, many historians suggest that this cross first appeared in Provence, Venasque in the twelfth century, for Henri Rolland , in the entourage of the viscounts of Marseille in the eleventh century to Antoine de Rufi , and perhaps with Guilhem I of Provence, Guilhem said the Liberator, who defeated the Saracens at La Garde-Freinet in 972 .

The colors are "gold fund faces" (yellow and red heraldic) the arms of the major lineages of Occitan: Barcelona (4 vertical strips), Foix (three vertical stripes), Rouergue (Leopard) Carlat (Lion) , Turenne (oblique stripes), Auvergne (old, from the dukes of Aquitaine) (1 band across) Gevaudan (8 vertical strips), Castile (castles), Navarre (channels), Béarn (cow), Aquitaine (Leopard ), which will become 'of England (three lions) ...
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looks like the origin of 12 around 1 /z\
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Valley of Wonders

The Valley of Wonders is a Valley Mercantour in the Alpes which were discovered more than 40,500 prints protohistoric , also known as " rock carvings "dating from the Chalcolithic and the Bronze Age old, among other prints more Recent .
 Quoting: observation

[link to translate.google.co.uk]


Occitan Cross


It is a cross with four arms of equal length, which has very little to do with the Latin cross, which symbolizes the crucifixion of Jesus and some martyrs.

In heraldry , it is called cross of Toulouse and is blazoned cross cléchée (branches shaped key blade), drained (you can see the field through its branches) and pommetée twelve pieces (Each point is trimmed with a "little apple" called "cheekbone") Its color is gold (yellow) background Gules (red). If you want to interpret it as a symbol, there is a choice: the total twelve cheekbones could symbolize the twelve apostles (which themselves are twelve in reference to the twelve tribes of Israel, which can be self- same function in the twelve signs of the zodiac , etc.).

Crosses pommetées BCE found as shown in an engraving dating back nearly five thousand years in the Valley of Marvels near Tende . There is a similar Christian cross, dating from the eighth or ninth century AD in Turkestan Chinese, engraved by Christian Nestorian .

According to Bertran Farge , the Occitan Cross could come from a synthesis of trefoil cross original Coptic (cross of Saint-Maurice) and a Byzantine cross. Other scholars have put forward influences Visigoth . For Pierre Salies , this figure would have been made in the entourage of the Counts of Toulouse, during the first Crusades.

Currently, many historians suggest that this cross first appeared in Provence, Venasque in the twelfth century, for Henri Rolland , in the entourage of the viscounts of Marseille in the eleventh century to Antoine de Rufi , and perhaps with Guilhem I of Provence, Guilhem said the Liberator, who defeated the Saracens at La Garde-Freinet in 972 .

The colors are "gold fund faces" (yellow and red heraldic) the arms of the major lineages of Occitan: Barcelona (4 vertical strips), Foix (three vertical stripes), Rouergue (Leopard) Carlat (Lion) , Turenne (oblique stripes), Auvergne (old, from the dukes of Aquitaine) (1 band across) Gevaudan (8 vertical strips), Castile (castles), Navarre (channels), Béarn (cow), Aquitaine (Leopard ), which will become 'of England (three lions) ...
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Moon. That spells moon.

...

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An important stop during the pilgrimage is the mud volcano called Chandrakup literally 'Moon Well'.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47378446


I don't think I've heard of mud volcanoes before

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

About 86% of the gas released from these structures is methane, with much less carbon dioxide and nitrogen emitted.
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For those of us that watched the Gulf underwater cams, besides a few discussing Methane Hydrates, the Cinnabar color really stood out too. There was a rich Yellow color too. The Red and Yellow though is what I try to reproduce when I do the Solar prints (lithographs) of the ROV images.
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how about this for fairy land 10,000 years ago tounge

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Hi Aether, I wish you and all here well.

Thank you for this film, have only just got round to watching it.



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Very interesting....but leaves one asking more!

Such as what was before this, why did this occur, why have people forsaken each other .......on and on?

On the same note, I wondered if you had seen these two symbols before and had any type of information regarding them? (they were not in the film)

:circle-line:

:heart2:

The only reason I ask is that the first has been chasing me around ( the same as the number 47) and the second, in which each circle is in fact a heart and the orientation of said may be any way, has become.......well basically burnt onto my physical form!!

Thank you

hf
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how about this for fairy land 10,000 years ago tounge

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More Alexander

After bringing the Persian Empire to an end, Alexander the Great tried to rule the area through one of his military commanders. But Ariarathes, a Persian aristocrat, somehow became king of the Cappadocians. Ariarathes I (332—322 BC) was a successful ruler, and he extended the borders of the Cappadocian Kingdom as far as to the Black Sea. The kingdom of Cappadocia lived in peace until the death of Alexander. The previous empire was then divided into many parts, and Cappadocia fell to Eumenes. His claims were made good in 322 BC by the regent Perdiccas, who crucified Ariarathes; but in the dissensions which brought about Eumenes's death, the son of Ariarathes recovered his inheritance and left it to a line of successors, who mostly bore the name of the founder of the dynasty.
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how about this for fairy land 10,000 years ago tounge

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nice cone shapes
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Scientists found aquatic appearing diatom fragment in earth's stratosphere, and say with no known mechanism to send them up 24 to 27 km high, that it came in from outer space and is alien. The father of Panspermia, Wickramshe? is in on the paper, and says that a possible method is from gigantic blue jets that have been observed in the stratosphere. This observation is extremely reasonable, yet the scientists ignore it, and claim it came from space.
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That's quite incredible. If anything it confirms that panspermia does happen but the system of origin is the Earth. This is amazing. The Earth is the Garden of Eden.
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Interesting

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Heard this on the radio this morning. They joked he hid his stash in it, lol

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