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Orange Catholic Bible

The Orange Catholic Bible (abbreviated to O. C. Bible or OCB) is a fictional book from the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. Created in the wake of the crusade against thinking machines known as the Butlerian Jihad, the Orange Catholic Bible is the key religious text in the Dune universe and is described thus in the glossary of the 1965 novel Dune:

ORANGE CATHOLIC BIBLE: the "Accumulated Book," the religious text produced by the Commission of Ecumenical Translators. It contains elements of most ancient religions, including the Maometh Saari, Mahayana Christianity, Zensunni Catholicism and Buddislamic traditions. Its supreme commandment is considered to be: "Thou shalt not disfigure the soul."

 Quoting: Wiki


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Hah, this is pretty neat.

In Dune, Dr. Yueh gives Paul Atreides his copy of the Orange Catholic Bible during their initial trip to Arrakis. This copy is a space-traveler's miniaturized edition of the book, set in tiny print on fragile pages made from "filament paper." It is described as "black, oblong, no larger than the end of Paul's thumb" but contains eighteen hundred pages. Yueh instructs Paul in its use:

It has its own magnifier and electrostatic charge system ... The book is held closed by the charge, which forces against spring-locked covers. You press the edge — thus, and the pages you've selected repel each other and the book opens ... the charge moves ahead one page at a time as you read. Never touch the actual pages with your fingers. The filament tissue is too delicate.

 Quoting: wiki


[link to en.wikipedia.org]


The link has a lot of nice quotes from the fictional book that occur in the Dune universe.
 Quoting: 1908247


Lovely.

Dune is one of my all-time favorite movies.

How to 'open the book' reminds me of this...


I just want to offer my musing about the crop circle today after I looked at it for a bit...

PandorasCube2


For me it seems to be a representation of Pandora's 'Box'...this one however in 'cube' form.

If I am reading the directions correctly it seems one must push equally on all sides simultaneously to open as indicated by the arrows.

Instead of attempting to pull it apart, one must push in.

The perhaps it will 'pop' open.


damned


That is what I was able to glean from the image.




Just to note, I have mentioned a few times, I don't often remember my dreams any longer. It was quite distressing for me for sometime but now I have grown use to it.

I woke with one this morning that I found so curious I relayed it to another before I had seen the crop circle image.



Take it for what it is...

A Dream.


I was in a type of rubble field. I unearthed a tin-type box out of a wall which surprisingly broke away very easily.

I sensed the wall and the box had been there for some time.


When I opened the box, within it lay an assortment of 9-12 large precious jewels. A Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, and so on.

All different, priceless, and set carefully apart as to display each individually.

Each lay in its respective spot, but was held in place by no means I could glean.

I found that curious with them having been in the box so long and not gently removed from the wall.



hf
 Quoting: Seer777


that is how "sacred geometry" does what it does, from the inside outwards as described by you because the information arises from within and the "instructions" radiate out into the completed shape

the interesting part of your dream is discovery of what is by tradition is precious (jewels/material)
but your attention focused on the invisible (non material) influence that formed/sustained them
this tells you by nature see what is not traditionally seen and what traditionally distracts (causes no desire to see further) does not distract your vision
 Quoting: aether



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