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Standing next



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So go on about a shell. I love hiding now
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Very strange indeed :)
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When I see a wall, was it ever a good thing?

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When I see a wall, was it ever a good thing?


 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


Yes. Often.


As they say...Good fences make good neighbors.
That is also why both 'doors and locks' were created.

Indeed.

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When I see a wall, was it ever a good thing?


 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


Yes. Often.


As they say...Good fences make good neighbors.
That is also why both 'doors and locks' were created.

Indeed.

:ThroughtheKeyhol:

:scales:
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What about Faith Seer and trust? There shouldn't be that barrier, but it is still there
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Yes. Often.


As they say...Good fences make good neighbors.
That is also why both 'doors and locks' were created.

Indeed.

ThroughtheKeyhol

scales
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What about Faith Seer and trust? There shouldn't be that barrier, but it is still there
 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


Trust?

Who do you 'trust' Billy?
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I like your quote Billy about laughing.


You think laughter really could be the best medicine?

My "mentor" said when he met the Dalai Lama the first thing the Dalai Lama even did was start laughing and then he whispered to him "it's all an illusion." Food for thought I guess. If one can heal themselves of cancer by laughing I suppose it can heal about anything...
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Yes. Often.


As they say...Good fences make good neighbors.
That is also why both 'doors and locks' were created.

Indeed.

:ThroughtheKeyhol:

:scales:
 Quoting: Seer777


What about Faith Seer and trust? There shouldn't be that barrier, but it is still there
 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


Trust?

Who do you 'trust' Billy?
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Nobody
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Yes. Often.


As they say...Good fences make good neighbors.
That is also why both 'doors and locks' were created.

Indeed.

ThroughtheKeyhol

scales
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What about Faith Seer and trust? There shouldn't be that barrier, but it is still there
 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


Trust?

Who do you 'trust' Billy?
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'Initial trust' is often a given...We shake hands and introduce ourselves.


Further trust is earned. Continually thereafter. And further 'relationship' developed. Regardless of relation.


And so as it goes. Trust can be 'broken'...Fractured.

'Rebuilding' said, is often difficult, if not impossible.

However, if one properly rectifies for a 'breach of trust'... mends can be made if all parties are willing to accept.

And that is where forgiveness comes in. However, once trust is spurned by another, it remains. As potential of further behavior.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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I don't want to wander away again without saying something.
I am not a projectionist

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Isn't it weird how the Enochian letter which transliterates to "E" in English, looks like a 7?

:e-E::e-E::e-E:

Maybe it even sounds like the monolith "buzz" from 2001: A Space Odyssey?

...and then we have "E" (usually) as the first letter on our vision test charts... And it is associated with the Sun, and forms the number 13 in base-3.

:T111:

:ast-sol:
 Quoting: AkashicRecord


Nice.

I noticed some time ago, that 'E' can be rotated to form: M,W, and 3.
 Quoting: Seer777


Sigma as well.
[link to upload.wikimedia.org]
 Quoting: Seer777


I found this interesting regard Sigma and wanted add. The diagram looks like it says... Go--->Go--->Go.

Haha.


Self-energy

In theoretical physics and quantum field theory a particle's self-energy :Sigma: represents the contribution to the particle's energy, or effective mass, due to interactions between the particle and the system it is part of. For example, in electrostatics the self-energy of a given charge distribution is the energy required to assemble the distribution by bringing in the constituent charges from infinity, where the electric force goes to zero.

In a condensed matter context relevant to electrons moving in a material, the self-energy represents the potential felt by the electron due to the surrounding medium's interactions with it: for example, the fact that electrons repel each other means that a moving electron polarizes (causes to displace) the electrons in its vicinity and this in turn changes the potential the moving electron feels; these and other effects are included in the self-energy. In basic terms, the self energy is the energy that a particle has as a result of changes that it itself causes in its environment.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

:)
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self organizing tounge
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Nice.

I noticed some time ago, that 'E' can be rotated to form: M,W, and 3.
 Quoting: Seer777


Sigma as well.
[link to upload.wikimedia.org]
 Quoting: Seer777


I found this interesting regard Sigma and wanted add. The diagram looks like it says... Go--->Go--->Go.

Haha.


Self-energy

In theoretical physics and quantum field theory a particle's self-energy :Sigma: represents the contribution to the particle's energy, or effective mass, due to interactions between the particle and the system it is part of. For example, in electrostatics the self-energy of a given charge distribution is the energy required to assemble the distribution by bringing in the constituent charges from infinity, where the electric force goes to zero.

In a condensed matter context relevant to electrons moving in a material, the self-energy represents the potential felt by the electron due to the surrounding medium's interactions with it: for example, the fact that electrons repel each other means that a moving electron polarizes (causes to displace) the electrons in its vicinity and this in turn changes the potential the moving electron feels; these and other effects are included in the self-energy. In basic terms, the self energy is the energy that a particle has as a result of changes that it itself causes in its environment.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

:)
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self organizing tounge
 Quoting: aether


= motive in all things = holographic effect = all things self organize = singular effect = everything motivated = coherent

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filaments are obvious.
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Sigma as well.
[link to upload.wikimedia.org]
 Quoting: Seer777


I found this interesting regard Sigma and wanted add. The diagram looks like it says... Go--->Go--->Go.

Haha.


Self-energy

In theoretical physics and quantum field theory a particle's self-energy :Sigma: represents the contribution to the particle's energy, or effective mass, due to interactions between the particle and the system it is part of. For example, in electrostatics the self-energy of a given charge distribution is the energy required to assemble the distribution by bringing in the constituent charges from infinity, where the electric force goes to zero.

In a condensed matter context relevant to electrons moving in a material, the self-energy represents the potential felt by the electron due to the surrounding medium's interactions with it: for example, the fact that electrons repel each other means that a moving electron polarizes (causes to displace) the electrons in its vicinity and this in turn changes the potential the moving electron feels; these and other effects are included in the self-energy. In basic terms, the self energy is the energy that a particle has as a result of changes that it itself causes in its environment.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

:)
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self organizing tounge
 Quoting: aether


= motive in all things = holographic effect = all things self organize = singular effect = everything motivated = coherent
 Quoting: aether



Center for Magnetic Self Organization
in Laboratory and Astrophysical Plasmas


Understanding magnetic self-organization in plasmas is crucial to unraveling puzzles in astrophysical and laboratory plasma behavior. The Center unites laboratory plasma physicists with plasma astrophysicists for this purpose.

Experimenters and theorists participate from six institutions: the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the University of Chicago, Princeton University, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Los Alamos National Labs, and Swarthmore College
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.cmso.info]

In volume, 99.999% of all the observable matter in the universe exists in the plasma state.
 Quoting: los alamos

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These plasma formations also have the effect through "magnetic, electric or electromagnetic (or even unknown field), appears to emanate from some of the buoyant charged masses. Local fields of this type have been medically proven to cause responses in the temporal lobes of the human brain. These result in the observer sustaining his or her own vivid, but mainly incorrect, description of what is experienced. This is suggested to be a key factor in influencing the more extreme reports found in the media and are clearly believed by the 'victims.'

Recently un-redacted sections of the report state that Russian, Former Soviet Republics, and Chinese authorities have made a co-ordinated effort to understand the UAP topic and that Russian investigators have measured (or at least detected) 'fields' which are reported to have caused human effects when they are located close to the phenomena. According to the Ministry of Defence researchers, Russian scientists have connected their UAP work with plasmas and the wider potential use of plasmas and may have done "considerably more work (than is evident from open sources)" on military applications, for example using UAP -type radiated fields to affect humans, and the possibility of producing and launching plasmas as decoys.
 Quoting: observation

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NASA's glamor shot of Saturn includes Earth, moon as tiny specks
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 Quoting: aether


NASA should really be made to post a disclaimer with these images, something like
" This image is the end result of data acquired by specialised, ultra-sensitive instruments, which is then intensively processed by multiple high performance computers and then coloured and fine-tuned by computer graphics specialists. If you were out in space with Cassini, your eyes would see nothing at all."

Anyway, at least the image does show, with good accuracy I believe, just how orderly and well defined the system is, a fact that I find hard to understand if it is all due only to gravity. Just too neat and tidy.
 Quoting: observation
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So for a dimension like heaven to exist, that'd have to become a false statement?
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Heaven

Heaven, the Heavens or Seven Heavens, is a common religious, cosmological or transcendent place from which heavenly beings (such as a God, angels, the jinn, and sky deities like King or Queen of Heaven, Heavenly Father, Heavenly Mother, Son of Heaven, heavenly saints or venerated ancestors) originate, are enthroned or inhabit. It is commonly believed that heavenly beings can descend to earth or incarnate and that earthly beings can ascend to Heaven in the afterlife or, in exceptional cases, enter Heaven alive.

The modern English word heaven is derived from the earlier (Middle English) heven (attested 1159); this in turn was developed from the previous Old English form heofon. By c. 1000, heofon was being used in reference to the Christianized "place where God dwells", but originally, it had signified "sky, firmament" (e.g. in Beowulf, c. 725). The English term has cognates in the other Germanic languages: Old Saxon heƀan "sky, heaven", Middle Low German heven "sky", Old Icelandic himinn "sky, heaven", Gothic himins; and those with a variant final -l: Old Frisian himel, himul "sky, heaven", Old Saxon/Old High German himil, Dutch hemel, and modern German Himmel. All of these have been derived from a reconstructed Proto-Germanic form *Hemina-. In many languages, the word for "heaven" is the same as the word for "sky".
 Quoting: observation

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Firmament

The firmament is the sky, conceived as a solid dome. According to Genesis, God created the firmament to separate the "waters above" the earth (the source of rain) from those below (in the underworld). The word is anglicised from Latin firmamentum, which appears in the Vulgate.

The word "firmament" is first recorded in a Middle English narrative based on scripture dated 1250. It later appeared in the King James Bible. The word is anglicised from Latin firmamentum, used in the Vulgate (4th century). This in turn is derived from the Latin root firmus, a cognate with "firm". The word is a Latinization of the Greek stereoma, which appears in the Septuagint (c. 200 BC).

The word "firmament" is used to translate raqia, or raqiya` ( רקיע), a word used in Biblical Hebrew. The connotation of firmness conveyed by the Vulgate's firmamentum is consistent with that of stereoma, the Greek word used in the Septuagint, an earlier translation. The notion of solidity is advanced explicitly in several biblical passages.

The original word raqia is derived from the root raqa , meaning "to beat or spread out", e.g., the process of making a dish by hammering thin a lump of metal. Raqa adopted the meaning "to make firm or solid" in Syriac, a major dialect of Aramaic (the vernacular of Jesus) and close cognate of Hebrew.

Conservatives and fundamentalists tend to favor translations that allow scripture to be harmonized with scientific knowledge, for example "expanse". This translation is used by the New International Version and by the English Standard Version. The New Revised Standard Version uses "dome", as in the Celestial dome.

The word is used in the Genesis creation narrative:

Then God said, “Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters.” Thus God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament; and it was so. And God called the firmament Heaven. So the evening and the morning were the second day.

An extremely literalistic interpretation of the Bible and non-canonical related texts present a cosmology that is incompatible with modern scientific knowledge. The firmament was a great tent-like ceiling made of solid crystalline-like material, which, according to the pseudepedigraphic 2nd or 3rd century book of 3 Baruch, might be pierced by tower and gimlet. It had many windows, some of which opened and closed for the sun and moon to travel through or to let water, which was held above, fall through as rain. On top there were also warehouses of snow and hail. Stars were small objects that were attached tenuosly to its surface.

The Jewish Encyclopedia describes the firmament as follows:

The Hebrews regarded the earth as a plain or a hill figured like a hemisphere, swimming on water. Over this is arched the solid vault of heaven. To this vault are fastened the lights, the stars. So slight is this elevation that birds may rise to it and fly along its expanse.
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oh

we have read similar /z\ before in many cultures stories
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the noticeable difference going backwards thus far is our beliefs become short term as in: eternity begins and and ends because the cause of eternity makes it so this is believed today by dominant belief upon gaia

as we go backwards we discover our ancestors possessed long term belief , as in: eternity possessing no beginning or end goes on for ever (constant)

our ancestors believe eternity is a constant

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Christian views

Augustine wrote that too much learning had been expended on the nature of the firmament. "We may understand this name as given to indicate not it is motionless but that it is solid." he wrote. Saint Basil argued for a fluid firmament. According to St. Thomas Aquinas, the firmament had a "solid nature" and stood above a "region of fire, wherein all vapor must be consumed."

The Copernican Revolution of the 16th century led to reconsideration of these matters. In 1554, John Calvin proposed that "firmament" be interpreted as clouds. "He who would learn astronomy and other recondite arts, let him go elsewhere," wrote Calvin. Genesis had to conform to popular prejudice regarding cosmology, or it would not have been accepted. "As it became a theologian, [Moses] had to respect us rather than the stars," Calvin wrote. Calvin's "doctrine of accommodation" allowed Protestants to accept the findings of science without rejecting the authority of scripture. According to some Catholics, the Bible simply reflects the cosmological ideas that were prevalent at the time it was written
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Morning hi
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Scientific development

The Greeks and Stoics adopted a model of celestial spheres after the discovery of the sphericity of the Earth in the 4th to 3rd centuries BCE. The Medieval Scholastics adopted a cosmology that fused the ideas of the Greek philosophers Aristotle and Ptolemy. This cosmology involved celestial orbs, nested concentrically inside one another, with the earth at the centre. The outermost orb contained the stars and the term firmament was then transferred to this orb. (There were seven inner orbs for the seven wanderers of the sky, and their ordering is preserved in the naming of the days of the week.)

Even Copernicus' heliocentric model included an outer sphere that held the stars (and by having the earth rotate daily on its axis it allowed the firmament to be completely stationary). Tycho Brahe's studies of the nova of 1572 and the comet of 1577 were the first major challenges to the idea that orbs existed as solid, incorruptible, material objects.

In 1584, Bruno proposed a cosmology without firmament: an infinite universe in which the stars are actually suns with their own planetary systems. After Galileo began using a telescope to examine the sky, it became harder to argue that the heavens were perfect, as Aristotelian philosophy required. By 1630, the concept of solid orbs was no longer dominant
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