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Insects Found to Use Stars (Milky Way) for Orientation

 
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Some pretty amazing stuff here...

Animals have an amazing capability to align with planetary fields...

This article explains/details part of a study about Dung beetles and their innate ability to align with the stars!


[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

"An insect with a tiny brain and minimal computing power has become the first animal proven to use the Milky Way for orientation. Scientists from South Africa and Sweden have published findings showing the link between dung beetles and the spray of stars which comprises our galaxy."


I am so glad more and more research is being dedicated to animals and their relationship with constellations...wish they would perform more studies relating to humans and their activities related to celestial objects positioning but we all know these wouldn't fly...




Magnetic Orientation and Navigation in Marine Turtles, Lobsters, and Molluscs: Concepts and Conundrums

[link to icb.oxfordjournals.org]


Cattle, Deer Graze Along Earth's Magnetic Field

[link to news.nationalgeographic.com]



A few threads about magnetite in humans (the article above about the beetles mainly highlights their sense of various wavelenghts of light) but all of this is connected:



Thread: New Research - Animal Migration and Magnetism - The Source of Guidance: Magnetite

Thread: Magnetite In The Brain.


Want to learn more (and read a few research articles on this topic)?

Visit Google Scholar [link to scholar.google.com] (I am not sure if the scholarly articles will post here) and then type in "Animals AND magnetite" or "humans AND magnetite" then scroll through some of the studies being published nowadays, you will be surprised at the number of studies on these two subjects...if you want to dig in even further, add electromagnetic field in to some of the search queries

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"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
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Some pretty amazing stuff here...

Animals have an amazing capability to align with planetary fields...

This article explains/details part of a study about Dung beetles and their innate ability to align with the stars!


[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

"An insect with a tiny brain and minimal computing power has become the first animal proven to use the Milky Way for orientation. Scientists from South Africa and Sweden have published findings showing the link between dung beetles and the spray of stars which comprises our galaxy."


I am so glad more and more research is being dedicated to animals and their relationship with constellations...wish they would perform more studies relating to humans and their activities related to celestial objects positioning but we all know these wouldn't fly...
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Revelation says that a third of the stars will far to earth like ripened figs. That would be consistent a third of heaven's angels being cast out. If the insects align with stars, could it be their very existence is living in that loss and intrinsically tied to it on a lifeforce level? If fallen angels are in the mold of the serpent, then what would be eroded in lifeforce in that fall from being in the image of God?

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Some pretty amazing stuff here...

Animals have an amazing capability to align with planetary fields...

This article explains/details part of a study about Dung beetles and their innate ability to align with the stars!


[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

"An insect with a tiny brain and minimal computing power has become the first animal proven to use the Milky Way for orientation. Scientists from South Africa and Sweden have published findings showing the link between dung beetles and the spray of stars which comprises our galaxy."


I am so glad more and more research is being dedicated to animals and their relationship with constellations...wish they would perform more studies relating to humans and their activities related to celestial objects positioning but we all know these wouldn't fly...
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Revelation says that a third of the stars will far to earth like ripened figs. That would be consistent a third of heaven's angels being cast out. If the insects align with stars, could it be there very existence is living in that loss and intrinsically tied to it on a lifeforce level?
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I think I understand what you are asking...I think we are all tied to the cosmos. Electromagnetic energy is what creates all of us down to our very core. Our DNA resonates like an antennae both sending/receiving information from our environment. Animals are much more in "tune" to these natural rhythms and where we came from :)
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
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Some pretty amazing stuff here...

Animals have an amazing capability to align with planetary fields...

This article explains/details part of a study about Dung beetles and their innate ability to align with the stars!


[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

"An insect with a tiny brain and minimal computing power has become the first animal proven to use the Milky Way for orientation. Scientists from South Africa and Sweden have published findings showing the link between dung beetles and the spray of stars which comprises our galaxy."


I am so glad more and more research is being dedicated to animals and their relationship with constellations...wish they would perform more studies relating to humans and their activities related to celestial objects positioning but we all know these wouldn't fly...
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Revelation says that a third of the stars will far to earth like ripened figs. That would be consistent a third of heaven's angels being cast out. If the insects align with stars, could it be there very existence is living in that loss and intrinsically tied to it on a lifeforce level?
 Quoting: Jesus Christ is the way


I think I understand what you are asking...I think we are all tied to the cosmos. Electromagnetic energy is what creates all of us down to our very core. Our DNA resonates like an antennae both sending/receiving information from our environment. Animals are much more in "tune" to these natural rhythms and where we came from :)
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The above article is about the beetles ability to sense light for direction/orientation, but there are a few different ways animals can sense their directions :)

Animals also have higher levels of magnetite that helps their bodies act like a compass to help with alignment. Humans have this substance in their body as well, except many times it is in very low quantities..this articles says the beetles use the light to help them with alignment. I'm sure there are quite a few different mechanisms animals use for orientation to natural rhythms.

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Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
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Excellent, but the insect grey aliens already have that ability. So does this mean our future space pilots will be insects co-ordinating jumps to distant locations while the lowly human dines on caviar and whine while drooling in front of the tele-screen showing jwow and snickers bitchin bout salaries or maybe mob boss wifes pushin and shoving each other for the best lighting while on camera. Maybe, are you smarter than a two year old will be the hit amongst adult drones who no longer think in logical terms or use the mind to walk or reach or talk or, hey wait a minute, they had a song like that called in the year twenty five twenty five.

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Excellent, but the insect grey aliens already have that ability. So does this mean our future space pilots will be insects co-ordinating jumps to distant locations while the lowly human dines on caviar and whine while drooling in front of the tele-screen showing jwow and snickers bitchin bout salaries or maybe mob boss wifes pushin and shoving each other for the best lighting while on camera. Maybe, are you smarter than a two year old will be the hit amongst adult drones who no longer think in logical terms or use the mind to walk or reach or talk or, hey wait a minute, they had a song like that called in the year twenty five twenty five.

Cool...........
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lol I didn't understand about half of that...but I do think humans have these capabilities as well. Unfortunately all of the static energies around us from EMFs and a dormancy in some of genes cause most to be oblivious to it!
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Thanks :)

I love running across this kind of information!
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I'm sure they were doing this since BEFORE humans were around :)
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Khepri (also spelled Khepera, Kheper, Khepra, Chepri) is a god in ancient Egyptian religion. Khepri was connected with the scarab beetle (kheprer), because the scarab rolls balls of dung across the ground, an act that the Egyptians saw as a symbol of the forces that move the sun across the sky. Khepri was thus a solar deity. Young dung beetles, having been laid as eggs within the dung ball, emerge from it fully formed. Therefore, Khepri also represented creation and rebirth, and he was specifically connected with the rising sun and the mythical creation of the world. The Egyptian connected his name with the Egyptian language verb kheper, meaning "develop" or "come into being".

There was no cult devoted to Khepri, and he was largely subordinate to the greater sun god Ra. Often, Khepri and another solar deity, Atum, were seen as aspects of Ra: Khepri was the morning sun, Ra was the midday sun, and Atum was the sun in the evening.

Khepri was principally depicted as a scarab beetle, though in some tomb paintings and funerary papyri he is represented as a human male with a scarab as a head. He is also depicted as a scarab in a solar barque held aloft by Nun. The scarab amulets that the Egyptians used as jewelry and as seals represent Khepri

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Khepri (also spelled Khepera, Kheper, Khepra, Chepri) is a god in ancient Egyptian religion. Khepri was connected with the scarab beetle (kheprer), because the scarab rolls balls of dung across the ground, an act that the Egyptians saw as a symbol of the forces that move the sun across the sky. Khepri was thus a solar deity. Young dung beetles, having been laid as eggs within the dung ball, emerge from it fully formed. Therefore, Khepri also represented creation and rebirth, and he was specifically connected with the rising sun and the mythical creation of the world. The Egyptian connected his name with the Egyptian language verb kheper, meaning "develop" or "come into being".

There was no cult devoted to Khepri, and he was largely subordinate to the greater sun god Ra. Often, Khepri and another solar deity, Atum, were seen as aspects of Ra: Khepri was the morning sun, Ra was the midday sun, and Atum was the sun in the evening.

Khepri was principally depicted as a scarab beetle, though in some tomb paintings and funerary papyri he is represented as a human male with a scarab as a head. He is also depicted as a scarab in a solar barque held aloft by Nun. The scarab amulets that the Egyptians used as jewelry and as seals represent Khepri

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Wow thanks for adding this information! All of it is innerconnected :) fascinating world we live in...makes you wonder how many of the little things around us are synced up to the universe in this manner (I have a feeling its much more than we could ever imagine!)
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Khepri (also spelled Khepera, Kheper, Khepra, Chepri) is a god in ancient Egyptian religion. Khepri was connected with the scarab beetle (kheprer), because the scarab rolls balls of dung across the ground, an act that the Egyptians saw as a symbol of the forces that move the sun across the sky. Khepri was thus a solar deity. Young dung beetles, having been laid as eggs within the dung ball, emerge from it fully formed. Therefore, Khepri also represented creation and rebirth, and he was specifically connected with the rising sun and the mythical creation of the world. The Egyptian connected his name with the Egyptian language verb kheper, meaning "develop" or "come into being".

There was no cult devoted to Khepri, and he was largely subordinate to the greater sun god Ra. Often, Khepri and another solar deity, Atum, were seen as aspects of Ra: Khepri was the morning sun, Ra was the midday sun, and Atum was the sun in the evening.

Khepri was principally depicted as a scarab beetle, though in some tomb paintings and funerary papyri he is represented as a human male with a scarab as a head. He is also depicted as a scarab in a solar barque held aloft by Nun. The scarab amulets that the Egyptians used as jewelry and as seals represent Khepri

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Wow thanks for adding this information! All of it is innerconnected :) fascinating world we live in...makes you wonder how many of the little things around us are synced up to the universe in this manner (I have a feeling its much more than we could ever imagine!)
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NOT A HEAD DRESS its Khepri [link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Awesome thread!!!!!
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Strange Nebulas and Their Earthly Doppelgangers
Still, that got us thinking: Just how much do all those other nebulas actually resemble their biological namesakes? In this gallery, we take a side-by-side comparison of animal-shaped nebula and their animal doppelgangers. Please let us know which ones are most (or least) deserving of their titles and whether you can think of a better alternative in the comments.




Nebula's & star constellations they look like animals..

what do the animals symbolize?

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Awesome thread!!!!!
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Thanks! I think we all can learn from information about animals and their orientation...they are much more connected to these natural rhythms/frequencies :)
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



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Strange Nebulas and Their Earthly Doppelgangers
Still, that got us thinking: Just how much do all those other nebulas actually resemble their biological namesakes? In this gallery, we take a side-by-side comparison of animal-shaped nebula and their animal doppelgangers. Please let us know which ones are most (or least) deserving of their titles and whether you can think of a better alternative in the comments.




Nebula's & star constellations they look like animals..

what do the animals symbolize?

GODS


in space its a ZOO
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perhaps these beetles can see the light/web connecting them to the cosmos :) Perhaps our ancestors could as well, they were reading the stories in the sky! How magical it must have been!
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i wonder if the insects in the wilderness and far from light polution get around easier than city bugs.
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Awesome thread!!!!!
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Thanks! I think we all can learn from information about animals and their orientation...they are much more connected to these natural rhythms/frequencies :)
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Yes, very true. And I believe that us humans used to be more connected to them in the past than we are now...which explains a lot about our detachment from nature and it's mysteries (in my opinion).
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This is why astrology is real and this is what secret societies teach, the science behind astrology.

Our brains tiny level of magnetite orients the current astrological alignment to set the neuron life pattern when we emerge from the womb.
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SCIENCE BEHIND MASONIC ASTROLOGY


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OFF TOPIC im sorry but im a roll and thought you might like this

did you know

Galaxy's centre tastes of raspberries and smells of rum, say astronomers

The hunt for chemicals in deep space that could seed life on other planets has yielded a large, fruity molecule
Astronomers searching for the building blocks of life in a giant dust cloud at the heart of the Milky Way have concluded that it would taste vaguely of raspberries.

The unanticipated discovery follows years of work by astronomers who trained their 30m radio telescope on the enormous ball of dust and gas in the hope of spotting complex molecules that are vital for life.

Finding amino acids in interstellar space is a Holy Grail for astrobiologists, as this would raise the possibility of life emerging on other planets after being seeded with the molecules.

In the latest survey, astronomers sifted through thousands of signals from Sagittarius B2, a vast dust cloud at the centre of our galaxy. While they failed to find evidence for amino acids, they did find a substance called ethyl formate, the chemical responsible for the flavour of raspberries.

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Awesome thread!!!!!
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Thanks! I think we all can learn from information about animals and their orientation...they are much more connected to these natural rhythms/frequencies :)
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Yes, very true. And I believe that us humans used to be more connected to them in the past than we are now...which explains a lot about our detachment from nature and it's mysteries (in my opinion).
 Quoting: Eazy D


absolutely...I am of a firm belief that we are in a 'remembering' process per se. As the energies increase around us, it can have a very real impact on our DNA (antennae) and possibly impact those genes that perhaps were once expressed at a higher rate.

Time to plug back in.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson



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Itsnt the scarab the dung beetle ?
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OFF TOPIC im sorry but im a roll and thought you might like this

did you know

Galaxy's centre tastes of raspberries and smells of rum, say astronomers

The hunt for chemicals in deep space that could seed life on other planets has yielded a large, fruity molecule
Astronomers searching for the building blocks of life in a giant dust cloud at the heart of the Milky Way have concluded that it would taste vaguely of raspberries.

The unanticipated discovery follows years of work by astronomers who trained their 30m radio telescope on the enormous ball of dust and gas in the hope of spotting complex molecules that are vital for life.

Finding amino acids in interstellar space is a Holy Grail for astrobiologists, as this would raise the possibility of life emerging on other planets after being seeded with the molecules.

In the latest survey, astronomers sifted through thousands of signals from Sagittarius B2, a vast dust cloud at the centre of our galaxy. While they failed to find evidence for amino acids, they did find a substance called ethyl formate, the chemical responsible for the flavour of raspberries.

Thread: Galaxy's centre tastes of raspberries and smells of rum, say astronomers
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lol that sounds awesome...I'm not sure I would ever want to come back if I visited :)
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Neil deGrasse Tyson



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i wonder if the insects in the wilderness and far from light polution get around easier than city bugs.
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I bet they do! I know there are some research studies being done on animal orientation and the effect of power lines to their magnetic internal compass.

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Neil deGrasse Tyson



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Itsnt the scarab the dung beetle ?
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From what AC posted above...I believe it is!
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Neil deGrasse Tyson



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Yep! I love this video...I'm so glad its making its way around GLP. I think I've even posted it in a few of my threads.
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
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