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Let's use a 'scalar' model of human third eye, galaxies, then plasmoids.

We've got spin, and we have a Life-Like, Self-Organizing Properties, has Tendency to Form Cellular/Filamentary Structures, and is vortical.

All physical existences are weaved in vortical motion; nothing physical in nature is not vortical.
 Quoting: Vortical

[link to uvs-model.com]

We know this not because we have 'changed', but because our environment has allowed us access to information beyond our own solar system. This new 'locality' is providing us the ability to 'translate' the alteration that occurred in our past, as well as the ability to discern the scalable nature of our universe.

The 'secret story' was recently discovered that let it be known that there is no cause, there is only a twining (entangled spins) of effects.

The 'Eye of Providence' discovered that the material universe's shape (vortical) is NOT caused (formed) by the material universe, but surprisingly it is caused (formed) from non-material aspects of reality.

The Eye of Providence (or the all-seeing eye of God) is a symbol showing an eye often surrounded by rays of light or a glory and usually enclosed by a triangle. It is sometimes interpreted as representing the eye of God watching over humankind
 Quoting: EYE

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the eye of providence is vortical physics (vortice)
 Quoting: aether


hmm

OH!

Our third eye is possibly behaving as a plasmoid!
The pineal gland's interior is the third eye.
If it is behaving similar to a plasmoid, then it is naturally picking up the 'consciousness' of existence, like plasmoids do. It is naturally picking up the 'cause' of the non-material...shit, this is hard to describe.

Just as the shape of the material universe is a 'cause' of the non-material forming a particular... gaah

I see it, lol, but I can't verbalize it.

The non-material 'consciousness' that is forming the material is way, way beyond words. The plasmoids are shaped, formed, and are effects of the non-material consciousness. Our third eye, AND the Eye of Providence, and plasmoids all are 'linked'...no, are the effects of the non-material consciousness - I don't know what else to call it. They are 'naturally' structured by this/these effect/s of the non-material.

If our third eye behaves as a plasmoid, then it is linked to the consciousness that is way, way beyond words. Hence the need for symbols, visions, etc that the third eye uses for communication with our brains and bodies residing in the material.

So, if plasmoids want to 'communicate' with us, it is done in a foundational manner, so to speak. A universal manner, which is not just through material means, but by the shape/form/effects of the non-material.
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Thread: The Spiraling Pattern Manifest in All
Thread: Unfiltered conciousness and the golden age (Page 6)
Imagine the whole thing moving, emitting sound energy and recapturing light. The two pyramidal structures creating spin and vortices, concurrently able to freely spin 360 degrees on any axis. The circle of spin subsuming the cube of field, ebbing and flowing.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus



:dragontetraktys:

:fourspheres:

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:chargesequence:

:tesseractsphere:

:q1/2spin:

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:scalartorus:

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We've got spin!

woohoo
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can you repeat the question
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lol, I know. I kind of just jumped into this one. It was a response of mine on another thread that I thought would be cool to explore.
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We've got spin!

woohoo
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lmao

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We've got spin!

woohoo
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lmao

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now we see the secret story we see the third eye label within a different light

The third eye is often associated with religious visions, clairvoyance, the ability to observe chakras and auras, precognition, and out-of-body experiences. People who are claimed to have the capacity to utilize their third eyes are sometimes known as seers.

In some traditions as Hinduism the third eye is supposedly located around the middle of the forehead, slightly above the junction of the eyebrows. In other traditions, as in Theosophy, it is believed to be connected with the pineal gland.

Hindu tradition associates the third eye with the sahasrara, or crown, chakra. However, in the Tantra yoga system it is associated with the sound Om, and is known as the Ajna chakra. In Tantra, the crown is believed to be the Shivatic lotus of ten thousand petals

In Taoism and many traditional Chinese religious sects such as Chan (a cousin to the Zen school), "third eye training" involves focusing attention on the point between the eyebrows with the eyes closed, and while the body is in various qigong postures.

According to the Christian teaching of Father Richard Rohr, the concept of the third eye is a metaphor for non-dualistic thinking; the way the mystics see

According to the neo-gnostic teachings of Samael Aun Weor, the third eye is referenced symbolically and functionally several times in the Book of Revelation 3:7-13, a work which, as a whole, he believes describes Kundalini and its progression upwards through three and a half turns and seven chakras
 Quoting: observation

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we can see that the motive of secret story is universal
local translation of how and why the secret story functions differ from locality to locality

this differencing locality translating of how and why altered significantly in our recent past

with that in mind our eye of providence story , the dominant secret story on this planet in material terms of military and industrial might experienced a "revelation" that forced it to reconsider the storyline of it`s authority

the discovery was it`s storyline treated an affect as a cause
thus no cause of affect was known from the moment of the discovery
a shock to the system

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one human archetype appears bigger than others probably because it is symbolizing all natural archetypes of form

The Eye of Providence (or the all-seeing eye of God) is a symbol showing an eye often surrounded by rays of light or a glory and usually enclosed by a triangle. It is sometimes interpreted as representing the eye of God watching over humankind
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: aether


this is what our human eye of providence archetype is wary of

The stars in all galaxies must move otherwise they would fall toward the center and create a gigantic black hole. By spinning, galaxies avoid that fate. Some irregular galaxies exist with stars going every which way. Gravity makes some stars give energy to other stars so some will fall toward the center of those galaxies. That might make irregular galaxies start spinning. Nobody knows, but irregular galaxies should have a whole lot more stars drop toward the center than happens in a regular galaxy. That should make the black hole spin. A black hole gives off tremendous gravity. It gives off more as stars fall into it. That should start the galaxy spinning.

the eye of providence is vortical physics (vortice)

All physical existences are weaved in vortical motion; nothing physical in nature is not vortical.
[link to uvs-model.com]
 Quoting: aether


our eye of providence has discovered two things recently

it is an effect caused by our non material dimension of charge/field/rotation

at it`s most magnificent manifested scale within our infinite universe, the eye of all galaxies (eye of providence), is within it`s heart, is a plasmoid

A plasmoid is a coherent structure of plasma and magnetic fields`
 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether
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We've got spin!

woohoo
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lmao

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See the 'Eye'?


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See the 'Eye'?


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Yep.

The "torus" is the key to many problems in the world.
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Yep.

The "torus" is the key to many problems in the world.
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"The proper rewards are not simply tacked on to the activity for which they are given, but are the activity itself in consummation."

It's curious to apply Lewis' wise words to thoughts.

How oft does one self-reflect on thinking as a partaken action?

How oft does one get lost in the expected rewards of thinking and stop appreciating the inherent reward that is the realization that one is still thinking?


Are you sure it's beyond words or are the symbols themselves the limiting factor that draws this conclusion?

As long as the symbols 'feel' necessary they will continue to be so.

In order to reach a linguistic interpretation, the symbolic ones must first be discarded. As long as any part of the explanation is unilaterally relied upon by the understanding of symbolic meaning, the linguistic explanation will fall short of complete.

Shapes are symbols as well, so the more one looks into the significance and meaning of shapes, the further away from a pure linguistic interpretation one will go.


Which is more akin to the non-material? Words or symbols?

Most would argue that symbols are more representative of something physical in nature. Words are generally argued to be more idealistic, more akin to the non-material part of our existence.

Sorry Sept, I would argue the exact opposite that you are here. I would argue the communication through symbols is not a universal manner of communication, but a still necessary part of the bridge from spiritual to physical understanding.

We would not need the physical reality representative symbols were it not for the physical part of our existence.

Indeed, if non-material consciousness caused (formed) the material universe, there will never be an understanding of creation as long as it is communicated in a physical way. That would be akin to using the existence and understanding of what an egg is to explain how the chicken was created. Oh, wait... :)

The egg came first, but it wasn't laid by a chicken :)

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"The proper rewards are not simply tacked on to the activity for which they are given, but are the activity itself in consummation."

It's curious to apply Lewis' wise words to thoughts.

How oft does one self-reflect on thinking as a partaken action?

How oft does one get lost in the expected rewards of thinking and stop appreciating the inherent reward that is the realization that one is still thinking?


Are you sure it's beyond words or are the symbols themselves the limiting factor that draws this conclusion?

As long as the symbols 'feel' necessary they will continue to be so.

In order to reach a linguistic interpretation, the symbolic ones must first be discarded. As long as any part of the explanation is unilaterally relied upon by the understanding of symbolic meaning, the linguistic explanation will fall short of complete.

Shapes are symbols as well, so the more one looks into the significance and meaning of shapes, the further away from a pure linguistic interpretation one will go.


Which is more akin to the non-material? Words or symbols?

Most would argue that symbols are more representative of something physical in nature. Words are generally argued to be more idealistic, more akin to the non-material part of our existence.

Sorry Sept, I would argue the exact opposite that you are here. I would argue the communication through symbols is not a universal manner of communication, but a still necessary part of the bridge from spiritual to physical understanding.

We would not need the physical reality representative symbols were it not for the physical part of our existence.

Indeed, if non-material consciousness caused (formed) the material universe, there will never be an understanding of creation as long as it is communicated in a physical way. That would be akin to using the existence and understanding of what an egg is to explain how the chicken was created. Oh, wait... :)

The egg came first, but it wasn't laid by a chicken :)

Kitty's $.02
 Quoting: Demon Cat in the Blue Basket


I think disagreement may arise because of 'symbols'.

Can symbols be words? Yes.
Parables are a perfect example of symbols contained within words (language).

Communication through symbols is all we do, both materially and non-materially.

Letters are symbols. Visions are symbols. Sounds can be symbols. etc.

The subconscious gives symbols all the time outside of physical reality as well as within physical reality.

Just different perceptions we are using. For example, the bold above makes absolutely no sense at all, as linguistics uses symbols. So, how can you have linguistics if you remove the symbols that ARE linguistics?
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A symbol is something that represents an idea, a process, or a physical entity. The purpose of a symbol is to communicate meaning. For example, a red octagon may be a symbol for "STOP". On a map, a picture of a tent might represent a campsite. Numerals are symbols for numbers. Personal names are symbols representing individuals. A red rose symbolizes love and compassion.

..."a symbol, like everything else, shows a double aspect. We must distinguish, therefore between the 'sense' and the 'meaning' of the symbol. It seems to me perfectly clear that all the great and little symbolical systems of the past functioned simultaneously on three levels: the corporeal of waking consciousness, the spiritual of dream, and the ineffable of the absolutely unknowable. The term 'meaning' can refer only to the first two but these, today, are in the charge of science – which is the province as we have said, not of symbols but of signs. The ineffable, the absolutely unknowable, can be only sensed. It is the province of art which is not 'expression' merely, or even primarily, but a quest for, and formulation of, experience evoking, energy-waking images: yielding what Sir Herbert Read has aptly termed a 'sensuous apprehension of being'.[3]
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Too cute! You should add that to the purple thread...
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Hold that thought..


what if?
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Evergreen..a symbol of immortality of the soul:)


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Evergreen..a symbol of immortality of the soul:)


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Like the Green Man. Or, the Green Language (Language of the Birds).
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