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Wizardry: how to make an immense mound or terraform vast areas of the earth.

 
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06/22/2005 01:00 AM
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Wizardry: how to make an immense mound or terraform vast areas of the earth.
BARDSQUILL: been looking at Bolivia more, they had an awesome program on Discovery
ONLINE FRIEND hmmm

BARDSQUILL: Central Amazon area is incredible, massive terraforming, millions of people then disease wiped them ALL out
BARDSQUILL: but they seemed to have a secret
BARDSQUILL: there are areas of black soil they call the terra preta and it is alive in ways we have forgotten and with implications that are staggering [growing back even when mined]
BARDSQUILL: science hasn´t quite figured it out
BARDSQUILL: some kind of fractal life form in that black soil similar to a microbe although they haven´t isolated the microbe...
BARDSQUILL: Beginning to think that the thousands of mounds (and other terraforming feats) were created by directing that soil-fractal-entity to make a mound
BARDSQUILL: they "grew" the mounds
BARDSQUILL: like some kind of nano-tech
ONLINE FRIEND whoa
BARDSQUILL: nano-tech is more than little machines, rather little living critters...
ONLINE FRIEND agreed...
boundary tween life and tech getting more and more fuzzy...
BARDSQUILL: perhaps crop-circles play in this too, these critters have possibly found a way to communicate back.
BARDSQUILL: Even megalithic stoneworks might figure into this too, rather than manipulating the huge, those old wizards, utilizing a lost tech, manipulated the very small...
BARDSQUILL: fractal geometry is the best interface we have with all this nowadays
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Re: Wizardry: how to make an immense mound or terraform vast areas of the earth.
SEE:
Not very long ago Eden was Everywhere
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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wouldn´t you like to be a preta too.. shroom
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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...we have forgotten that we have forgotten.anon
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BARDSQUILL: some kind of fractal life form in that black soil similar to a microbe although they haven´t isolated the microbe...

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See orgonon energy, Kenton.

[link to www.google.com]

In 1945, Reich performed an experimental investigation of primary biogenesis, which he called "Experiment XX." He boiled screened garden soil for one hour, or autoclaved it at fifteen pounds pressure for a half-hour, and then filtered the water from the boiled soil. The yellowish liquid was then sealed in vials and frozen in the freezer compartment of a refrigerator. Freezing produced a concentration of the yellow in the center of the ice after a week, and upon thawing at this time, white and brown plasmatic flakes appeared. The flakes increased markedly in two to three weeks, and microscopic study revealed that they increased both by adding substance and by division. In a few more weeks, they changed to strongly radiating bionous heaps, and, kept sterile, the spherical bions developed into bean-shaped, immobile forms, which later became mobile protozoa. Reich was thus able to demonstrate that living protozoa forms could develop from mass-free orgone energy which was released from the soil by the boiling.

[link to www.orgonomy.org]

Note: They put Reich in prison where he "mysteriously" died in a short time. Then they tried to burn all his papers, etc.
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[link to www.orgonomy.org]

Hmmmm very interesting Kent.
Still reading...Some of this could support this
Hira Ratan Manek person I know you have heard of.
[link to niejedzenie.info]
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Imagine the Pyramids building themselves!
Wow
Very interesting indeed.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Terra Preta website
[link to www.geo.uni-bayreuth.de]
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Aye, we are culturally trained to see the big, but now thinking nano-nature here.

There are terms from other times and cultures:
prana, ka, chi, orgone, plasma, El, on and on---maybe various states between E and M.
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Bolivian Amazon now desolated and deserted, but here is what the Conquistadores saw:

Orellana and most of his crew managed to make it back to safety and they brought with them fantasic tales of the sights they had seen on this river. Orellana described the Amazon as a busy waterway which had on both sides of the river populous towns with elaborate temples, plazas and fortresses. As his chronicler, Fray Gaspar de Carvajal relates it:

...we tarried so long in this land of Machiparo´s which is 80 leagues in extent, all speaking one language and densely populated with towns and villages with scarcely more than a crossbow shot between them. Some of the towns extended for five leagues without any separation between the houses, quite a wonderful thing to see [a league is about 5.5 kilometres].
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and at this confluence there were great numbers of people and a very pretty and a very fruitful country. Being already the lands and mountains of the Omagua and having so many large towns with so many people who did not like us to land in their port, we had to fight our way through.
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There was great amount of food, that turtles in corrals and alberques of water, and much meat and fish and sponge cake, and this in as much abundance that it could have fed a army of a thousand men for a year which we took from this population without resistance. We also found much food in the way of a special fish that was so much in abundance that we could load well our brigs. This fish the Indians take up into the mountains to sell.

*See AN ARTIFICIAL LANDSCAPE-SCALE FISHERY
IN THE BOLIVIAN AMAZON
[link to ccat.sas.upenn.edu]
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...there was a villa in which there was a great deal of porcelain ware of various makes, both jars and pitchers, very large, with a capacity of more than twenty-five arrobas, and other small pieces such as plates and bowls and candelabra of this porcelain of the best that has ever been seen in the world, for that of Malaga is not its equal, because it is all glazed and embellished with colours, and so bright that they astonish, and, more than this, the drawings and paintings which they make on them are very accurately drawn just as with the Romans.
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[None of the tricks that had served the Europeans so well when dealing native peoples seemed to work. When they attempted to trade useless trinkets for gold, the Omagua valued what the Spaniards offered for exactly what they were worth]

..a canoe came up to the gourd containing the chaqutra, and they picked it up and showed it to the other Indians, and they valued it so little that it became evident to us that they were making fun of it.
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...we came suddenly upon the excellent land and dominion of the Amazons. These said villages had been forewarned and knew of our coming, in consequence whereof they came out on the water to meet us, in no friendly mood. ...Orellana gave orders to shoot at them with the crossbows and arquebuses, so that they might reflect and become aware that we had wherewith to assail them.
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in front of all the Indian men as women captains, and these latter fought so courageously that the Indian men did not dare to turn their backs, and anyone who did turn his back they killed with clubs right there before us. [these women were] very white and tall, and have hair very long and braided and wound about the head, and they are very robust and go about naked, with their privy parts covered, with their bows and arrows in their hands.
[thus the term, "Amazon" from similar stories ancient Greece
[link to www.pbs.org]
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[link to www.laputanlogic.com]
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SLEUTHS, try to find the detailed journals of the exploration of Francisco de Orellana
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A briefest history of the Amazon
[link to www.amazondiscover.com]

Friar Gaspar de Carvajal, chronicler of Orellana’s adventures

Also see:
Marquis Ferdinand D’Etatis
[link to www.moderndrunkardmagazine.com]

The Account
Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca´s Relación
[link to www.questia.com]
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Was just reading about C60 and the properties of myth imparting ancient knowledge to the future people.

This field has me looking into carbon based life forms and how they manifest, nanobots from the past like Golem and Leviathon are possibilities.

Carbon 60 leads me right back to the Anu Building block, circling the wagons, keep plugging Kenton:

[link to rgrace.org]

But that is one train and the carbon stuff is interesting indeed as nanobots have the same stuff. Here:

"Carbon Nanofoam is the First Pure-Carbon Magnet. Discovered a few years ago,
carbon nanofoam is the fifth known allotrope of carbon, the others being
graphite, diamond, fullerene (e.g., C-60 molecules), and carbon nanotubes.
The foam is, along with aerogel, one of the lightest known solid substances
(with a density of ~2 mg/cm3). But at this week´s APS March Meeting in
Montreal, physicists announced an even more interesting property: though
made entirely from carbon atoms that are normally considered nonmagnetic,
the foam nevertheless can act like a ferromagnet.
(Physics News Update 3/26/04) "

[link to www.groupsrv.com]
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Earthmovers of the Amazon
[link to www.sas.upenn.edu]
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Carbon 60 leads me right back to the Anu Building block
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ICF, the anu model
[link to rgrace.org]

Reminds me of the spirals at Newgrange

see:
Newgrange chamber - new photographs.
[link to www.knowth.com]
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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expand your consciousness, darlins´ alien03


very interesting, Kent.
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[link to mail.readylist.com.au]

"It is helpful to visualize the process of our birth into Lightbody in our second, navel chakra, as we simultaneously visualize Gaia´s
birth into Lightbody in Her second chakra in the Brazilian Amazon. The second chakra represents the feminine ability to gestate new life, whereas the first chakra represents the masculine ability to initiate new life. The masculine and feminine are NOW joined in the
process of creating a new body, for us and for Gaia."

Let´s get started!
D.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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nanobots.







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How do you get from point a - point b?

Seems like a stretch..

And why post your musings with the ever popular "online friend"?

They added no weight to your "discovery".
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How do you get from point a - point b?

Seems like a stretch..
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Hang with the Elders, they know...

The terra preta is a living organism.

It can be...reached.
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non redundant elite feudal controled technology ( like 90% of things today ) you cant ever get a fucking schematic for a 43 dollar china radio ....

Asteroid falls ...

Bact to stone age ...

as 99.9999999999% of population are ignorant ashole system slaves ....

as in the past so is today ...

s226 ← Suck Here !

flip
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Asteroid falls ...
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More like flu, smallpox and measles.

Good thing we´re all elegantly immune nowadays...
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imagine the pyramids built themselves? well that would be nice as Giza marks the point in time where a king organised at a national level, thru conscription of labour, the whole country! the whole of egypt fell in to line to accomplish some vain feat! gone, the days of living your own life forever.
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There are tens of thousands of immense mounds in North America alone.

One of them at Cahokia:

Monk´s Mound, Cahokia´s biggest, is 32 metres tall, spreads over 6.5 hectares and has 623,000 cubic metres of earth (!). A monastery was built on the top of it in the 1800´s, which is how it got the name.

[link to www.interlog.com]

There is no reasonable explanation, except of course my own...