Monday, June 19, 2017

Sacrificed on the Alter of Greed ...

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Glenfell Towering Inferno... The Burning Tower of London..  So many different scenarios come to mind with this.  It is very clear from all of the newspaper reports and from personal accounts from those who knew this building very well that the local burrough council who were the administrators were clearly at fault. 

Fire Officers asked to turn a blind eye to the non existent fire stairs on the outside of building.  This has been an issue for years.  Council decided it would be too expensive.  This is why those people died - because of greed.  Greed, corruption, cost-cutting, this in a single dreadful incident demonstrates how bad things are in the UK.

Looks like if the officials are preparing the greatest cover up ever of the 21st century.Said Addis I believe the Grenfell tower was disturbing the view of rich people in the area so they used all means to get rid of it regardless if this would cost the life of humans. Named & shamed Amanda Gill head of housing Kensington & Chelsea, this women should be behind bars. 
https://www.linkedin.com/in/amanda-gill-93a13534/?ppe=1

Below are various headlines etc from reports, click the links to follow.


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 On 13 August 2013 the Grenfell Tower residents blogged their concerns about the danger of power surges in their building. (It looks like it was a power surge to a fridge which started the fire). 
  https://grenfellactiongroup.wordpress.com/2013/08/13/no-justice-for-grenfell-tower-power-surge-victims/


So five days later we are supposed to believe 50 people lost their lives.  I understand this figure to be around 538 who have lost their lives.  This is looking like the biggest cover up since colonizing the empty Australia.
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Monday, June 12, 2017

That ol Observer effect again..

In physics, the observer effect are changes that the act of observation will make on a phenomenon being observed.   I have written about this before.  Why?  I think its on the edge of it all really.


Watch the video ... You will be amazed!

You fully realize the implications of this at an atomic cellular level?   The light is allowing the object to know we are watching it so it behaves differently.  Its like it warns it.   Like we act a bit different when we are being filmed. 

That is the stuff of Quantum Physics.  I am in awe because they are so close to understand how the power of thought plays an integral part in this game where things respond to each other, which is basically everything.

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I know the butterfly thought it was cool hanging out with us.. Stayed a full day before disappearing.  We spent much time talking with each other while camped on the Lismore sacred plateau.  Butterfly landed right next to the sacred fire on the wood.

Thursday, June 08, 2017

Ten Years since the Pasha Bulker beached at Nobbys, Newcastle



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It's no secret that Newcastle is one of my favorite places and it's ten years ago today that a bulk carrier became grounded on the beach of  Newcastle's Nobby's beach.  It was huge news and people descended on Newcastle from around the country to witness the spectacle. I really wanted to go and see it for myself because I am an ex Novacastrian and it would have been a sight to see first hand.  I married my children's father on the beach not far from Nobby's down the coast away at Susan Gilmore Beach back in 1982.

Early on the morning of June 8, 2007, the Newcastle Port Corporation radioed the 56 ships waiting off the coast to load coal.  They were warning the ships to make their way out to the open sea in order to get protection from the predicted rugged storm activity.  The Pasha Bulker and ten other ships took no notice of these warnings. When the storm finally hit that part of the coast those ships were stuck where they were unable to get away from the coast.  At quarter past nine in the morning she finally beached. While Newcastle was copping a battering from storms and flooding there was a frightening helicopter rescue of the crew of the vessel.
Salvage efforts failed after continually snapping cables and dealing with huge seas. Several attempts were made to get the ship back into the water and finally in July 2nd the same year they finally got her floated again.   Vital repairs were performed in Newcastle Harbour then the Pasha Bulker sailed back over to Japan for further extensive repairs.

No charges were laid against the captain because no negligence could be proved beyond reasonable doubt. It was said the Master left the bridge and was having breakfast when she ran aground.

The Pasha Bulker has now been renamed the MV Drake.  It is a Panamax bulk carrier of 76,741 tonnes deadweight (DWT) operated by the Lauritzen Bulkers shipping company and owned by Japanese Disponent Owners.

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Toxic Station Creek at Urunga

SAM 8209 Antimony Toxicity in Urunga NSW  

http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/resources/beach/bppsob/bpp0203_mainreport.pdf

Levels of arsenic and antimony measured in Pipe Clay Creek were generally low, and similar to those measured at Sea Lido.
In contrast, levels of arsenic and antimony measured in Station Creek were much higher than those at Sea Lido.
Antimony levels exceeded the NHMRC (1996) drinking water quality guideline of 3 on all occasions, while levels of arsenic consistently exceeded the ANZECC (2000) swimming water quality guideline of between March and May 2003.
Levels of both arsenic and antimony in Station Creek increased after February 2003, a period dominated by many small rainfall events.

These results suggest that arsenic and antimony are washed into the creek during wet weather. 


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This is an update to an earlier blog which I am unable to locate and fear it may have been taken down.  I will add more to this as I regather my previous information.

URUNGA TOXICITY

Isaac Newton the Alchemist




https://www.etsy.com/listing/125125351/emerald-tablet

I found an Etsy site that sells reproductions of the Emerald Tablet



Transcript of Isaac Newton’s Translation of “The Emerald Tablet”  
By: Courtney, Riva, Lizzy,Kelly, & Angela

Isaac Newton's Translation of the Emerald Tablet and Alchemy

Who was Isaac Newton? The Emerald Tablet Reveals the secret of the primordial substance and its transmutations and contain a "recipe" for the Philosopher's Stone also known as Smaragdine Table, Tabula Smaragdina, or The Secret of Hermes

Thought to be the work of Hermes Trismegistus, or "Hermes the Thrice-Greatest".  Origins are lost in legends that go back over 10,000 years.
Molded out of a single piece of green emerald or crystal.  Around the year 400 AD, it was reportedly buried somewhere on the Giza plateau to protect it.  Many believe the tablet still exists

NAME: Sir Isaac Newton
OCCUPATION: Philosopher, Mathematician, Astronomer, Physicist
BIRTH DATE: January 04, 1643
DEATH DATE: March 31, 1727
EDUCATION: The King's School, University of Cambridge, Trinity College
PLACE OF BIRTH: Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
PLACE OF DEATH: London, England, United Kingdom
Isaac Newton's Translation
1. This true without lying, certain most true.
2. That which is below is like that which is above that which is above is like that which is below to do the miracles of one only thing.
3. And as all things have been arose from one by the mediation of one: so all things have their birth from this one thing by adaptation.
4. The Sun is its father, the moon its mother,
5. The wind hath carried it in its belly, the earth its nurse.
6. The father of all perfection in the whole world is here.
7. Its force or power is entire if it be converted into earth.
a. Separate thou the earth from the fire, the subtle from the gross sweetly with great industry. 8. It ascends from the earth to the heaven again it descends to the earth and receives the force of things superior and inferior.
9. By this means ye shall have the glory of the whole world thereby all obscurity shall fly from you.
10. Its force is above all force. for it vanquishes every subtle thing and penetrates every solid thing.
a.So was the world created.
11. From this are and do come admirable adaptations whereof the means (Or process) is here in this.
12. Hence I am called Hermes Trismegist, having the three parts of the philosophy of the whole world.
13. That which I have said of the operation of the Sun is accomplished and ended. Hermes Trismegistus, "Hermes the Thrice-Greatest"
  • The transformation of base metals to noble metals, specifically gold and silver
  • Royal Society believed that his manuscripts were “not fit to be printed”.
  • His papers were rediscovered in the 20th century and led scholars to believe that he was initially an alchemist/
  • His inspiration for the laws of light and theory of gravity came from his alchemical work
  • Transmuted lead into gold
  • He thought of his work as a “secret”
  • Believed in Hermetic Tradition Influence Basis of medieval and Renaissance alchemy
  • Only piece of non-Greek Hermetica to attract widespread attention in the WestSo valuable is because it contained the instructions for the goals of alchemists
  • Hinted at the recipe for alchemical gold, as well as how to set one's level of consciousness to a new degree
  • Provide key to ideas of earth, fire, sun, moon, etc.
  • Foundation of European art 

Friday, April 07, 2017

Yes let's eat fruit and vegetables! - GLYPHOPHOSPATE POISONED!

Its a scary prospect buying food from the supermarkets in this country and probably others as well.  It's grown with poison and then there is Glyphophospate or Glyphosate, otherwise known by its Monsanto's rock star name of "Round Up".

David Suzuki on GMO 

Today in Australia we are growing our cotton  as a Round Up ready crop. Which, incidentally we will wear on our bodies.  Why are we participating?  Large companies getting rich making ordinary mums and dads addicted to the lifestyle and making babies (sick babies or in turn make sicker babies).

According to David Suzuki and I agree emphatically:
We have no idea what the long-term consequences of these genetic manipulations will will be on the public. There is no way that our health authorities can test all possible combinations and permutations over a large enough population over a long enough period to be able to say with assurance. So, basically by slipping it into our food without our knowledge without any indication that there are genetically modified organisms in our food we are now unwittingly part of a massive experiment.

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Tuesday, April 04, 2017

The Library at Alexandria

And how far have we come as a humanity? The information that was contained within the walls of the Alexandrian Library will never be recovered.


The founding of this library has been called the beginning of modern history.  It was the most important centre of learning in the ancient world.

Alexandria is 130 miles north west of Cairo, it is Egypt's second largest city and the main port. 

In the 4th century BC the Greek, Alexander the Great founded Alexandria in 332 BC.  It was a natural harbour and it was suited to be the centre of the worlds greatest things.   Socrates taught Plato who taught Aristotle and he taught Alexander the Great.   His father was Macedonian King Phillip.

Alexander loved learning. 
Educated men are as much superior to uneducated men as the living are to the dead, the fate of empires depends on the education of youth. ~ Aristotle 4th Century BC

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Alexander was crowned a Pharoah in Egypt.  He was not Egyptian but he sort immortality.  It is said mysteriously he could be the son of Armen and not Phillip.  This comes from a dream that Alexander had.   In his dream Armen told him to found the city of Alexandria and he saw his mother embrace Armen.

In 323 BC Alexander the Great suddenly died.  He never got to see his library.  This heralded a new period of leadership by Ptolemy I, Alexanders most trusted General.

The Ptolemy's dynasty ruled for over 300 years.   Ptolemy still carried Alexander's dream.   Influential scholars came from all over the world.  He mixed with the best scholars.  Ptolemy collected books as Greeks do.  People would brings books from all over the world.  Aristotle's library was there also.   It is said that there were in excess of 4 to 5 hundred thousand books.   

Scribes copied priceless books that we still have some access to today because of those scribes in Alexandria.

Euclid the mathematician worked out of the Library and published a textbook and opened his own school.  Euclid's rules are still worked today in Geometry.

Human anatomy and Physiology began with Herophilos who was a Greek physician deemed to be the first anatomist. Born in Chalcedon, he spent the majority of his life in Alexandria.

Ptolemy I died in 283 BC and Ptolemy II took over and the Ptolmaic dynasty continued until the death of Cleopatra.

Ptolemy II ruled with his sister ArsinoeII.  Pictured coin : Ptolemy II Philadelphus, and his sister/wife Arsinoe II

During Ptolemy II's rule he had the Hebrew scrolls on papyrus. It is known to today as the Septuagint because Ptolemy II had 70 scribes translate the Hebrew Bible into Greek (Septuagint = 70).  There were many Jews in Alexandria and they were fast forgetting their native tongue of Hebrew so their Book of Law was transcribed in order for them to keep their law.

Ptolemy II built the the lighthouse on the Island of Pharos.  One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, for many centuries it was one of the tallest man-made structures in the world.

 Badly damaged by three earthquakes between AD 956 and 1323, it then became an abandoned ruin. It was the third longest surviving ancient wonder (after the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus and the extant Great Pyramid of Giza) until 1480, when the last of its remnant stones were used to build the Citadel of Qaitbay on the site.

246 BC Ptolemy the 3rd was crowned and became "Benefactor".   Eratosthenes was his teacher and he figured the circumference of the Earth.  They knew the Earth was round thousands of years before Columbus did.  (false history).  In socrates dialogues he said...   Eratosthenes said the Earth was  24,650 miles around which is only 200 miles out. He figured this out through the shadows cast and the distances of these.

Archimedes visited his friend Erastosthenes .. he is credited with the cry Eureka..  I have found it!  He was the first Physicist

In Alexandria they first figured out our planet rotates around the sun.  What an amazing place it must have been to solve the problems of life the universe and Everything.

During the period of Ptolemy IV's reign the library was losing is shine.

Rome was looking to invade in 48 BC  When Cleopatra was the Pharoah and co ruler of Egypt with her brother whom she married.  She was however a Greek.  She was a great scholar who was well versed in many languages. She spoke Egyptian and Latin as well as her Greek tongue.  Cleopatra claimed Julius Caesars heart. He sided with Cleopatra in a civil war with her brother whom she struggled with for leadership.
Julius Caesar died in 44BC and Cleopatra aligned herself with Mark Antony.  Mark Antony and Cleopatra were defeated and he committed suicide as did Cleopatra 30BC and that was the end of the Ptolemaic rule.
Plutarch said the Library was destroyed in the Great fire of Alexandria. But Mark Antony donated books from Pergamon. 

Rome took over under Augustus Caesar who was the first Roman Emperor who was the nephew of Julius Caesar.
200AD

400AD  Emperor Theodosius outlawed paganism in favor of Christianity.  (From Wiki)
Between 389 and 391 he issued the "Theodosian decrees," which established a practical ban on paganism; visits to the temples were forbidden, remaining pagan holidays abolished, the sacred fire in the Temple of Vesta in the Roman Forum extinguished, the Vestal Virgins disbanded, auspices and witchcraft punished. Theodosius refused to restore the Altar of Victory in the Senate House, as requested by pagan Senators.
In 392 he became emperor of the whole empire (the last one to be so). From this moment until the end of his reign in 395, while pagans remained outspoken in their demands for toleration, he authorized or participated in the destruction of many temples, holy sites, images and objects of piety throughout the empire in actions by Christians against major pagan sites. He issued a comprehensive law that prohibited any public pagan ritual, and was particularly oppressive of Manicheans. He is likely to have suppressed the Ancient Olympic Games, whose last record of celebration is from 393.

The real destruction of what was left of the Library came when in 616 AD the Islamic faith rode in and the Roman Alexandrian's in Egypt surrendered to the Muslims. 

Legend then says they ordered all of the books that remained to be burned.  And the stones from the Alexandrian Library and the Great Alexandrian Lighthouse  were used to build the Citadel of Qaitbay in 1499 by the Sultan Al-Ashraf Sayf al-Din Qa'it Bay on top of the Lighthouse site.  It still stands in Alexandria today after a few refurbishments and uses and today is a museum.



Citadel of Qaitbay
Image Source: Flickr Adam Groffman


Friday, March 31, 2017

The spread of the Mystery Schools and Druidism

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Hu Gadarn, the Joshua of the Old Testament, came to Britain in the early to mid 1300's B.C.


A fragmentary Welsh record, called the Welsh Triad, reads as follows:

'First was the race of the Cymry, who came with Hu Gadarn to Yns Prydain.' Hu came from the 'land of summer'

-- a land located somewhere in what later constituted the realm of Constantinople (capital of the eastern Roman Empire)

Read more here...
.http://www.cryaloud.com/joshua_hu_gadarn_druids.htm



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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Cyclone Debbie, the eyes of the nation watch North Queensland.



 Cyclone Debbie is bearing down on the North Queensland coast around Mackay and the Whitsunday Islands.  Forecast to cross the coast just before 11:00am today Tuesday, 28th March.   Wind gusts forecast to be 250klm an hour.

 http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-03-28/cyclone-debbie-makes-landfall-in-north-queensland-live-blog/8391312

The main concern for the Mackay area is the storm surge with the high tide occurring simultaneously!  Will Debbie make the list of worst cyclones ever to hit the coast of Queensland.



 Live streaming to ABC North Queensland here : https://radio.abc.net.au/stations/itinerant_one/live

 A bit of History on Australian cyclones since white settlement.

 1899 - Category five Tropical Cyclone Mahina  March 4th
Over 400 people killed and the storm surge left porpoises on the tops of cliffs and the destruction was made worse by another cyclone Monsoonal Disturbance Nachon coming at them from the west over the Arafura Sea at the same time.

1918 - Category four Tropical Cyclone Mackay.  January 21st
30 lives were lost in Mackay when this cyclone crossed the coast.  Reports of wave coming into the main street up to 9ft high which is about 3 meters. 

1918 - Category five Cyclone Innisfail.  March 10th
Just after Mackay in January it was Innisfail's turn in March and only 12 houses in the town left standing and 100 people dead in the area.

2006 - Category four Cyclone Larry Innisfail.  March 20th
Worst in three generations the BOM said and that is correct .. since 1918.  10,000 homes were damaged and crops were lost and the economic loss was around $1.5 Billion  and no lives were lost.

2011 - Category five Cyclone Yasi at Far North Queensland at Mission Beach.  February 3rd
Wind gusts estimated at 285 kilometres per hour. Yasi tracked 1000 kilometers inland to Mt Isa with the intensity of a tropical low over the next 20 hours.

Devastation in Edith Street, Innisfail after a cyclone in 1918
Image of Innisfail March 10th 1918  Photo State Library of Queensland

The Cyclone is a large one and the weather reports show it tracking inland when it finally makes land fall and heading in sweeping southerly direction above or around Emerald. 

Brisbane and the Gold Coast and Northern NSW will need to brace themselves as the rain sweeps down pushed by arctic winds from the south.  

I have organized sandbags for the side of our shed from the local SES.  My friend has already received an SMS warning from her insurance company to expect up to 400m of rain in this area where we are on the mountain.  This is why I organized sandbags.  One side of the shed is vulnerable and my furniture is in there.  Better to do it now that when its too late.

UpDate 31st March 2017: Earlier this morning ... The omens were in the sky. The big birds ... lots of gigantic wings and then a heart. This is a personal omen and in past times it has always been death.

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UpDate 3rd April 2017:  5 people dead and 3 still missing.
http://www.news.com.au/technology/environment/queensland-cyclone-debbie-five-people-killed-in-horror-weather/news-story/1d2d9148a0f3e4500f4da13540d17628

Update from New Zealand 3rd April 2017 :  The remnants of Tropical Cyclone Debbie are threatening to develop into a serious situation in the next 72 hours
http://m.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11830617

Images @ Eminpee Fotography

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

How Dungog got its name.

My personal introduction to Dungog was in 1981.   I had friends who moved to this area from Newcastle.  We would travel up through the Hunter Valley and visit them often.  The joke was to say you were off to the town of "Dead Dog".  Dungog was affectionately known as  this by many people.

Dungog is a Dairy and Timber town in the Upper Hunter Valley on the Williams River, which is one of ten tributaries which flow into the Hunter River.

Observing the town from my perspective back in 1981, I could see that Dungog had become a quiet place and it appeared a shadow of its former self.  This was evident in the buildings of the main street still there for all to see when I visited for the first time.  I am seriously not sure what it looks like now after the fatal 2015 weather event.


My friends lived in a tin house.  The entire house was corrugated iron.  Apparently this was a very cheap way to clad a house in the early part of the 20th Century.  The house would have been erected   around the 1920's circa.  It was a funny old house with a grape vine with the sweetest grapes I have ever tasted growing from the grape trellis build on the southern side of the house.   This area was an oasis to sit down under during the heat in the endless summers of the Upper Hunter Valley area. 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gringai

The Gringai people, a group of indigenous people of Australia, are those Australian Aborigines that were united by a common language, strong ties of kinship and survived as skilled hunter–fisher–gatherers in family groups as a clan of the Worimi people, whose traditional land is now known as the Port Stephens of New South Wales, Australia.
Gringai lands are mostly in the Williams River and the Manning Valley, and include what is now known as Dungog, Paterson, Gresford, Brookfield, Tocal, to the headwaters of the Williams and Chichester rivers.

Gringai land also includes the southern valleys of the Barrington Tops.

Two people of the Gringai are known by that name as a result of their arrest and subsequent trials. Wong-ko-bi-kan and Charley were both arrested within a year or so of each other in the 1830s.
Wong-ko-bi-kan was sentenced to be transported to Tasmania for manslaughter after spearing a John Flynn, where he died soon after. Charley was the only man to be hanged in the town of Dungog on the Williams River, as a demonstration to his fellow Gringai.

Another was Jack Cook Maloogat (born 1830, Cobark Station NSW, died 1925), Captain Thunderbolt's horse boy. Maloogat was also one the last of his tribe to have gone through the last known Keepara - Kiapara ceremony or Boombit (from boy to man) where he got his name (Maloogat-son of thunder).
One of the Bora rings, initiation grounds of the local tribe, was in the Bulliac-Tugrabakh area, 4 miles (6 km) from Gloucester. Another two Bora rings where they used to camp and hold their corroborees are located where the Gloucester Public School now stands; one ring was used by the women and the other used by the men.
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Looking across the valley overlooking Gloucester

Captain Thunderbolt - Fred Ward a close friend of my great grand father Edward Butler.  They often met in the bush for smoko.  This is a well known story in my family told to me by grandmother and her sisters.
On the 21st April, 2015 a devastating weather event occurred in the Dungog area.  This resulted in houses washed away and the human and material cost was gigantic.

NSW wild weather: Dungog like 'war zone' after flash flooding

Updated  

"Despite their best efforts, three elderly people died when their homes were literally swept away after 300 millimetres of rain hit the area in less than 24 hours."
It became known as Dungog's stormageddon!

Link ABC:  Dungog like 'war zone' after flash flooding

Images @ Eminpee Fotography

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

The Mystic and Mysticism

Mysticism is a doctrine of humility, it is a doctrine in which the individual steps aside and allows the truth to live through him.

Mysticism is a person in a very gentle humble kindly unselfish relationship with life. The mystic expects to be a servant. He is a servant of truth, a servant of God, and a servant of his fellow man regardless of his estates or dignities.

It is then natural that the mystic by having fewer false pressures upon his life is able to release more of the internal computerization because he is not primarily concerned with personal advantage, he is not trying to gain something for himself. He is not trying to twist facts to suit his personal preferences.

~ Manly Palmer Hall ~




Mysticism is an excerpt from MPH's lectures on Intuition that can be listened to on YouTube.


 Manly Palmer Hall founded the Philosophical Research Society in 1934. Its headquarters are in Los Angeles, California. The building is at 3910 Los Feliz Boulevard Los Angeles.

Images @ Eminpee Fotography

Thursday, March 02, 2017

The Observer Principal and the Double Slit Experiment.



When we look at things, they change.  It is like they know we are watching!  Dr Thomas Campbell explains this fascinating principal of physics.


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Natural Dyeing Workshop - Deepwater School of Arts
Our pieces were beautiful as we gazed lovingly upon each others samplers


Images @ Eminpee Fotography

Monday, February 27, 2017

The Convicts who had no Choice

The first fleet consisted of ..... ships that were sent here full of people who had done very little wrong and they were sent to the other side of the world for this.  That should give you some idea of the type of people we have in charge now.  Not much has changed, although today money is the deciding factor on whether you are on alright person or not.   11 ships filled with sorrow and misery and anger and a mixture of English, Irish and Scottish people together.

First Fleet Peopler

I note there are 37 "John Shaw's" in the convict records of people transported to the colony, this astounded me.  If you want to take a closer look at the first fleet records go to this link:
http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-62574532/view?partId=nla.obj-62574785#

Our shared history starts here with these poor souls torn from their families, some never to be seen again or died on the boat over here.

Early Stanthorpe 1874

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Fly Free to the next level Ram AyAna.. passed from here 26.12.16

Rams posts  about all things interesting will be sorely missed.  I was shocked he left at this time.  We did need so many souls like his here to effect the aggregate.  However he has  a higher job to do now.  Fly free my friend.

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To Infinity and Beyond:
This Is the Afterlife

~ Ram Ayana~,
November 14, 2012


Turning inside out, the young shaman falls though a long swirling tunnel formed of his inverted self, his unbodied mouth and eyes agape in a primal rush toward extinction.

He accelerates through a tightly wound vortex that shifts and bends to accommodate his course, always centred in the swirling tube which never touches his falling, disembodied perspective. The tunnel is made of light, and of his own bloodstream, and of all the memories and unremembered details of materiality and personality that made up his life – yet not merely ‘his’ life.

Every human, fish, bird, animal, insect, cell and blood corpuscle that has ever lived is there with him, all at once – the dying shaman can feel their bright fear and ecstasy pouring through him as they all rush toward an unseen destination around the curving, translucent bends of the primal vortex. Even though every being dies alone – no matter if a multitude of witnesses is present – the moment of death itself is one great screaming orgasm experienced simultaneously by every one, every single thing that has ever lived – all our eyes and mouths and ganglia agape at the same simultaneous culmination of our material existence.

The tunnel is an eternally vivid living record of past events and future dreams, all memories and visions embroidered into the seamless fabric of its swirl – and Ram’yana’s private past and the panoply of his personal memories are displayed most prominently to him, brightly livid episodes which emerge from the tubular walls as he passes. His strongest experiences – the most impressive ones, that imprinted themselves most brightly into the palimpsest of his being – leap out at him in high relief as he turns and twists and falls and flies, a singular eye of consciousness accelerating toward the endless end of the convoluted time tunnel that’s leading him home.

As the world we experience slips past us at the periphery of our sensoria, an ongoing tunnel vision moves with us at the extremity of our perceptions, whether dying, dead or alive. Journeying out of the physical plane, outside the material matrix of the world, Ram’yana is beyond time and the ken of time-bound beings; as he leaves four dimensional Timespace and approaches the speed of light everything twists into a tunnel which lengthens fore and aft.

He sees his grandfather and grandmother, Mickey Mouse and Pluto, all the dogs and cats and mice and goldfish that shared his boyhood years, the smells of his houses and the flavours of his lovers. He hears the laughter of his kindergarten friends, their bright faces visible all around him singing ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star’, while pretty little Abigail jumps over a spinning rope twirled by Gina and Hannah, her long blonde pink-ribboned pigtails rotating around the sides of her head.

He holds his mother’s huge hand, grasping her finger through the wooden bars of his bassinet while she sings to him in the sultry evening air. He witnesses the expression of semi-resigned shock on his father’s face during the Cuban missile crisis and again when Kennedy was shot, sees the squashed remains of mosquitoes on the wall above his crib, watches the strange lights moving in the sky while all the neighbours point and speculate, sinks again with a collapsing sandbank on Bondi Beach, swept away with hundreds of panicking faces being pulled out to the deep sea along with him, while hundreds of man-eating sharks are driven off by the beating, splashing oars of desperate lifesavers.

He sees his mother’s eyes for the first time all over again and screams at the hard slap on his bottom as he hangs before Doctor Traub’s thick-lensed glasses in the bright, antiseptic birth theatre. His paternal grandmother smiles at him as she leans over and obscures his view of the magnificent giant yellow flowers of the magnolia tree while she wheels him in his pram; he can still smell the cloying fragrance of the flowers. His mother’s mother screams as he holds a dingo puppy up for her inspection and she tumbles over backward in her bedroom, breaking her hip while his eight year old eyes wash the scene away with tears that burn through the illusory years.

The Cat in the Hat and the Mighty Thor; the smell and Hungarian accent of alcoholic Uncle Tony, putting him off beer for years with his first taste of bitter ale at the age of six, and the bright laughing face of his babysitter Wendy by the blazing wood fire; the spray of blood when he cut his wrist falling onto a broken bottle at the age of three and the dizzying view from the emergency surgeon’s high private balcony; the first time he kissed a girl and the first time he dreamed of kissing a girl, all bound up together; flying through the sky in a propeller-driven passenger plane, watching circular rainbows following him in the clouds below.

White sulphur-crested cockatoos and sparrows circle his yard while kookaburras laugh in the gum trees; the first terrifying time his father holds him up high in the air to place him in the fork of a tree; his first night after he ran away from home, reclining on a beanbag in a Kings Cross commune reading Philip Jose Farmer’s pertinent To Your Scattered Bodies Go – everything is there, each scene and sensation embedded within and revealing a multitude of others. Everything. His dying mind seeks out everything he’s ever experienced, seeking a way back into the womb of living as he falls through something else entirely, riding a rollercoaster beyond the imagination of the most topologically tormented tycoon.

As Ram’yana falls he flashes before the eyes of his whole life – as others fall with him, many others, all others, sharing the time tunnel with his self-judging awareness. In the eternity of the Fall everything hidden or repressed is exposed in the Divine Light of clear sight and each being is their own Judge, emerging from the blindfold of their material existence to weigh their own soul on the ineradicable scales of justice and mercy. Conscience is the soul and the soul is immortally, inescapably honest with itself when released from the fetters of self-deceit and delusion.

Beyond time, at the singular moment of the great primal rush that is the birth and death canal leading from one world to the next, everyone experiences the same thingat the same time. We all come and go together in a mind-blowing orgasm; dreaming or screaming, laughing or crying, all emotion quails and pales before the rush of unstoppable motion that dwarfs any and every trivial concern.

No thought of gods or devils, life or death in the primal scream toward the Light at the end of the tunnel – the only thing that matters is holding onto your headless hat and the wordless regrets felt toward all the people, animals and conscious entities you ever knew deeply, or ever loved – and still love, deeply, tenderly, with a perspective of forgiveness, understanding and compassion never vouchsafed to your flesh-bound, in-coiled, emotion-embroiled mortal personality.

Ram is every human who ever lived and died, every fish ever caught in a current to swirl down into lightless depths beyond its control, every bird caught in a whirlwind that flings it to flinders, every animal diving for cover into cloaking vegetation from an inescapable predator, every individual blood corpuscle flinging itself on the way to the crushing pressure at the heart of its warm, pulsating cosmos. As he pours through the end of the world the tunnel twists and whirls, always hiding the point of it all, the point of no return, the heart of the matter, the source of every thing and being – and his mind expands to simultaneously see his spiraling course as a single thread in a vast interwoven image.

The tunnel is one thread among myriad drab and colourful strands in a great uncharitable tapestry, an inextricable part of its intricate pattern. The dying shaman follows the course of his life along its undulating strand and sees that his thread rises and falls above and beneath uncountable other interlocking threads, a spectrum of hues and textures in the enormously unfathomable tapestry. As his thread rises above another he is ‘conscious’, while the thread it occludes is ‘dreaming’; where his strand is covered by another thread, his mortal body sleeps and dreams while the other strand lives their waking life. Everyone and everything is there, all at once, simultaneously, lain out and displayed before him with no need for the flow of time to elucidate the infinite multiplicity of being.

Turn the tapestry around. The thought comes unbidden and the cloth reverses itself around him in a loopy topological twist; the implicately shared complementary nature of consciousness becomes apparent to his blown mind as he sees himself dreaming the lives of others, and others dreaming through his waking eyes and flesh. The intermingling pathways wind around the curving delineaments of their divine co-creation, which turns into itself like a Moebius strip until the beginning of one thread seamlessly winds into the end of another. The falcon is the hunter is the arrow is the feather is the truth. All is alive and whole; nothing is partial or frayed.

The tapestry is vast, but he’s able to follow his individuated thread through the colourful patterns and sees that the enormous conglomeration of dreams and lives is incomplete – not completed by the path of the single thread that is his experience of existence, rising from the tapestry to enter him as him. At the same timeless moment, Ram’yana approaches the plexus of light that is the destiny of all nations, women and men – the future and past of all that are born to fall along with him, minds blown in the blinding light of the immortal portal.

An immaculate blazing white-hot sun glows at the end of the tunnel. He can see it ever more clearly through the transparing walls of the vortex, thinning and fading in the face of the overwhelmingly brilliant source and core of existence. Ram sees the arcs of a trans-finite net spreading outward from the source, sees an infinitude of other vortices approaching its plexus from more angles than he can wrap his bodiless head around. They pass through each other in ways that defy and tease his mortal three-dimensionally entrained mind – but the arrangement makes subtle sense to a higher form of his being, trembling on the edge of an unchartable metamorphosis into something so much greater as to be intrinsically unimaginable. Simultaneously, on another level, the individual personality of the shaman approaches its ultimate rebirth and transformation in his flight toward the blinding light of the central sun.

The source of all is the hot, bright core and central axis of the centreless multiverse, the eternal end of every tunnel; the maw of a transdimensional creature about to swallow him up, the Infinite Light of God and his own silent heart gently glowing in timeless repose. He flies around a final bend in the dissolving tunnel, surging toward the arcane net that veils the core – which flares into him as the tunnel widens, opening into the final straight.

Ram’yana flashes toward the weave that’s flung to the ends of the cosmos, spreading himself to embrace the Light – and as he reaches it, he encounters the safety net. A web-like sieve is strung across the open maw of All, and as Ram’yana passes though it a great, resounding BOUMMB fills the boundless universe – the sound of one heartbeat, as loud as the boom that eternally creates the unborn, ever-living universe; the sound of Shiva’s eye opening and of one hand clapping.

Before your time, he hears and feels, not ready, not yet – unfinished – and he feels himself shrinking toward an infinitesimally small spot in the multitude of multiverses – back into the weave, where plan net X marks the spot where all things meet in his current-bound primate life.
Boumb… Boom…. Boom!

"That’s why I’m here, writing this to you ‘now’ – the same ‘now’ that you are reading it in, really. I and eye remember it all vividly, not as something to slowly forget or avoid in the unfocused mind’s eye, but as an ongoing experience that is with me now, always, dynamically imprinted. It is with me as it is with you, when you close your eyes and open your memory to see truly through the waters of forgetfulness, to the infinite waters of eternal life.
Life and death, sensory wakefulness and super sensory dreaming are the same thing, appearing as the warp and weft of the reversible tapestry of existence. And everyone, each of us, is the whole tapestry, inextricably interwoven – everyone is everyone, and that’s about as close as this constraining corsetry of early third millennium Inglesh needs to get at this point in infinite time – xcept, perhaps, for the most important thing of all -

Every one you truly touch and are touched by, in every way, leaves the deepest and most prominent engravings in your heart, mind and soul. What we do unto others is what we do to ourselves – and other living beings are more than mere memory mirrors or handy usable tools. That’s what draws us back for more, and more again – the need to do better by our selves – over and over, until we do it right. Then we get another choice – or another chance to ride the carousel Wheel of Fortune again, if we so choose.

The multiple layers of ascendant consciousness are a self-filtering system of co-evolution – a system of slowly developing focus and perspective that leads our awareness to other dimensions, already inextricably interwoven with the relatively ‘familiar’ bounds of our largely unknown but ever-present reality. There’s no dim-witted hierarchy of order-givers or sword-wielding guardians barring the doors of higher perception – the gateway to Heaven on Earth. There’s just you – and me, and all of us, together. We all have our time to shine, and that time is always now.

Yet Death is not Dying. In the Bardo spaces between thy flowering carnations of existence, all the bright religious hopes and turgid superstitious terrors await the untrained monkey mind in its ongoing fall toward dissolution or reintegration. The Bardo Realms are entire worlds or pocket universes as apparently solid as the full-blown reality ye imagine around thee, right where thou art sitting, right now. How do ye know thou art alive, not dreaming this experience, right here and now? Do ye think that’s air you’re breathing?

Monday, December 12, 2016

Pavlov’s plants: new study shows plants can learn from experience

 And then remember.

PRUDENCE GIBSON, THE CONVERSATION 9 DEC 2016

Pavlov's plants: new study shows plants can learn from experience

Prudence Gibson, UNSW Australia
The first time I met the Australian evolutionary ecologist Monica Gagliano, she was wearing colourful paisley trousers and was giving an animated talk at a 2014 environmental humanities conference in Canberra.
Despite her passionate presentation, trouble was brewing. Something was not right in the room. A woman beside me in the audience kept shifting her weight. A man to my left had crossed his arms and released several voluble sighs.
Why? Because Gagliano was using phrases such as “plant cognitive ecology”, “learning and communication”. And because she was, and is, opening up areas of knowledge that some might feel threaten the sovereignty of humans over nature.
That day in Canberra three years ago, Gagliano’s time frames were questioned. The frequency of her experiments were interrogated. Her apparatus was cross-examined. Yet, despite resistance, I believe her work is ground-breaking and opens up debate about plant subjectivity and ethics.

Sensitive plants

In a famous 2013 New Yorker article by Michael Pollan, The Intelligent Plant, Gagliano was introduced to readers as someone whose experiments are extending the concept of cognition to the plant world.
The problem she is addressing is that if plants have brain-like functions and make sentient-like decisions, our existing perception of nature and ourselves must change.
These implications need further analysis. But, first: the experiments. What Gagliano did with her Mimosa pudica plants – also called “sensitive” plants – was to custom-build an apparatus whereby the plants could be suddenly dropped a foot or so on a regular basis.
Initially, on dropping, the plant retracted and curled its leaves, but after repeats, it stopped reacting. Not only did it appear to “learn” a behaviour (without a brain, mind you) but it also remembered.
Gagliano repeated the experiment at intervals and found that even after a break of a month or more, the Mimosa would still not retract its leaves after being dropped.
How does this work? According to Gagliano:
https://theconversation.com/pavlovs-plants-new-study-shows-plants-can-learn-from-experience-69794


Mimosa pudica is also known as the ‘sensitive plant’, and appears to be able to learn from experience. Flickr/foam, CC BY-SA

Gagliano has published her findings and edited various scholarly books on plant research, ethical implications and changed perceptions. She has collaborated with environmental lawyer Alessandro Pelizzon and others on the language problems of writing about plant life.
There is no vocabulary that can be used to talk about brain-like plant structures beyond mere vascular and survival processes, nor about decision-making, sentience, intelligence, learning and memory in the plant world.
There is much more work to be done by artists and humanists to develop these vocabularies together. Scholars such as Michael Marder, Dalia Nassar, Natasha Myers and myself are working in this field where there may be a realm of sophisticated activity in plant life that humans have not yet even fully comprehended.
A forthcoming book titled The Language of Plants is edited by Gagliano and colleagues, and deals with this complex and provocative problem, following on from her book The Green Thread.

Pavlov’s plants

Gagliano and her colleagues have just published a paper in Nature Scientific Reports that could rock our sense of human “self”.
This is a major coup for the plant scientist, who has suffered rejection from journals, for moving plant physiology into the domain of philosophy, for extending animal studies concepts of sentience to plants and more. Does this caution by journal editors reflect a fearfulness about our human place in the world?
The new paper explains her recent experiments where she sought to show plants can “learn” via classical conditioning, similar to the classic Pavlov’s dogs experiment.
Instead of food as the reward (the unconditioned simulus) and a bell as a neutral cue (the conditioned stimulus), she used light as the reward and air flow as the cue.
Gagliano and her colleagues used the air flow caused by a fan to predict the location and time of light. They found that the plants conditioned by the fan would grow towards the source of the air flow even when the light was not present, but only if they were “trained” to do so. This is like Pavlov ringing the bell and the dogs salivating, even if there was no food around.
Gagliano’s peas, Pisum sativum, also behaved according to a simulated circadian rhythm (temperature and light/dark control) and a sense of time of day, which is known to modulate behavioural processes such as learning in animals.
This experiment appears to show associative learning in plants. Gagliano has shown that plants don’t just respond to light and food in order to survive. They also choose and predict.
These findings will get people asking some tough questions. Do plants, like animals, have consciousness? If plants learn, choose and associate, what does this mean for our ethical relationship with them? Can humans learn from the adaptive capacities of plants?
To respond to light, fans and temperature in this way suggests that plants have far more sophisticated abilities than previously thought. The philosophical and ethical implications of this information are confounding.
It provokes further questions about the plant world that we have historically seen as inert and lacking in agency. With no brain, how can plants have cognition? Yet they exhibit functions we typically only associate with a brain.
Where does all this lead us? Well, into troubled waters, so grab your boat and paddle. We are in for a rough philosophical ride.
The Conversation

Prudence Gibson, Art writer and Tutor, UNSW Australia
This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article.

Friday, December 09, 2016

Tsunami Warning issued.. Solomon Islands rocked by 8.0 Quake today!

Map showing the epicentre of the Friday morning's earthquake.

A tsunami warning has been issued for the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, and Nauru after a massive 8.0. magnitude earthquake struck 70km off the Solomon Islands. 

According to USGS,  “Widespread hazardous tsunami waves are possible.” This was the stated warning issued by the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center this morning.
"Just people running with their belongings, with their kids and all that to the main road, [trying] to get away as far from the coast as possible in fear of a tsunami."  - Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation journalist Georgina Kekea.

READ MORE:
http://www.smh.com.au/world/tsunami-warning-after-strong-earthquake-strikes-near-solomon-islands-20161208-gt7ar2.html
http://www.abc.net.au/…/solomon-islands-rocked-by-p…/8105686
http://www.disclose.tv/…/apocalyptic_80_earthquake_h…/136913
So the Solomon Islands were named by the Spanish navigator Alvaro de Mendana in 1568.    Its a Constitutional Monarchy today with Queen Elizabeth II the head of state.  Manasseh Sogavare is the current Prime Minister.  There Parliament buildings were a gift from the United States of America.
  • The name Solomon is from our two luminaries, the Sun and the Moon in combination.  This means Right and Left Brain balance. Both hemispheres working together in a balanced nature minus the programming.     Creativity and Action in balance. 
  •  Word SOL means "Sun" in Latin, OM or AUM means "Sun" in Hindu Sanskrit and ON means "Sun" in Egyptian. The word for Sun in three ancient languages.
  • The word AUM is pronounced "OM" and is a Yogic mantra for the invocation of divine solar energies.  This is widely considered to be the creative principal in the make up of our soul (sol).  Light is equated with the Sun.  The Sun is equated with the highest goodness there is (God) and the absence of humanities moral law.

    IMG 9585  The Sun through Fog

    SOL
    - solar aspect of the newly risen Sun - on the East
    OM or AUM - the Sun shining on zenith, the highest point on horizon (the South)
    ON - the diminishing Sun, sunset on the West

    This trinity relates to the human condition and the threefold divisions in the life of humanity: birth, life and death.  Once again another trinity.  Thoughts feelings and actions.
Minus the vowels in the word SOLOMON you are left with the letters S L M N.
In the Hebrew language these letters are Samekh, Lamed, Mem, Nun. The gematric values are 60, 30, 40, 50.  Those numbers become 180.  180  is the number of degrees of the Suns journey from East to West. This is equated with the cycles of  Birth to Death.

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A tsunami warning has been issued for the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, and Nauru after an 8.0. magnitude earthquake struck 70km off the Solomon Islands, according to USGS. “Widespread hazardous tsunami waves are possible,” stated the warning issued by the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center. READ MORE: http://www.disclose.tv/news/apocalyptic_80_earthquake_hits_solomon_islands__tsunami_warnings_issued/136913
7.8 EARTHQUAKE hits Solomon Islands - TSUNAMI WARNINGS issued! 2.8K A tsunami warning has been issued for the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, and Nauru after an SUPERMASSIVE 8.0. magnitude earthquake struck 70km off the Solomon Islands, according to USGS. “Widespread hazardous tsunami waves are possible,” stated the warning issued by the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center. UPDATES TO FOLLOW #Update 1: Downgraded to 7.8 TO - EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT IN THE STATE OF HAWAII SUBJECT - TSUNAMI WATCH A TSUNAMI WATCH IS ISSUED FOR THE STATE OF HAWAII EFFECTIVE AT 0748 AM HST. AN EARTHQUAKE HAS OCCURRED WITH THESE PRELIMINARY PARAMETERS ORIGIN TIME - 0739 AM HST 08 DEC 2016 COORDINATES - 10.7 SOUTH 161.4 EAST LOCATION - SOLOMON ISLANDS MAGNITUDE - 8.0 MOMENT BASED ON ALL AVAILABLE DATA A TSUNAMI MAY HAVE BEEN GENERATED BY THIS EARTHQUAKE THAT COULD BE DESTRUCTIVE ON COASTAL AREAS EVEN FAR FROM THE EPICENTER. AN INVESTIGATION IS UNDERWAY TO DETERMINE IF THERE IS A TSUNAMI THREAT TO HAWAII ( via rt.com ). IF TSUNAMI WAVES IMPACT HAWAII THE ESTIMATED EARLIEST ARRIVAL OF THE FIRST TSUNAMI WAVE IS 0256 PM HST THU 08 DEC 2016 READ MORE: http://www.disclose.tv/news/apocalyptic_80_earthquake_hits_solomon_islands__tsunami_warnings_issued/136913
7.8 EARTHQUAKE hits Solomon Islands - TSUNAMI WARNINGS issued! 2.8K A tsunami warning has been issued for the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, and Nauru after an SUPERMASSIVE 8.0. magnitude earthquake struck 70km off the Solomon Islands, according to USGS. “Widespread hazardous tsunami waves are possible,” stated the warning issued by the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center. UPDATES TO FOLLOW #Update 1: Downgraded to 7.8 TO - EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT IN THE STATE OF HAWAII SUBJECT - TSUNAMI WATCH A TSUNAMI WATCH IS ISSUED FOR THE STATE OF HAWAII EFFECTIVE AT 0748 AM HST. AN EARTHQUAKE HAS OCCURRED WITH THESE PRELIMINARY PARAMETERS ORIGIN TIME - 0739 AM HST 08 DEC 2016 COORDINATES - 10.7 SOUTH 161.4 EAST LOCATION - SOLOMON ISLANDS MAGNITUDE - 8.0 MOMENT BASED ON ALL AVAILABLE DATA A TSUNAMI MAY HAVE BEEN GENERATED BY THIS EARTHQUAKE THAT COULD BE DESTRUCTIVE ON COASTAL AREAS EVEN FAR FROM THE EPICENTER. AN INVESTIGATION IS UNDERWAY TO DETERMINE IF THERE IS A TSUNAMI THREAT TO HAWAII ( via rt.com ). IF TSUNAMI WAVES IMPACT HAWAII THE ESTIMATED EARLIEST ARRIVAL OF THE FIRST TSUNAMI WAVE IS 0256 PM HST THU 08 DEC 2016 READ MORE: http://www.disclose.tv/news/apocalyptic_80_earthquake_hits_solomon_islands__tsunami_warnings_issued/136913
7.8 EARTHQUAKE hits Solomon Islands - TSUNAMI WARNINGS issued! 2.8K A tsunami warning has been issued for the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, and Nauru after an SUPERMASSIVE 8.0. magnitude earthquake struck 70km off the Solomon Islands, according to USGS. “Widespread hazardous tsunami waves are possible,” stated the warning issued by the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center. UPDATES TO FOLLOW #Update 1: Downgraded to 7.8 TO - EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT IN THE STATE OF HAWAII SUBJECT - TSUNAMI WATCH A TSUNAMI WATCH IS ISSUED FOR THE STATE OF HAWAII EFFECTIVE AT 0748 AM HST. AN EARTHQUAKE HAS OCCURRED WITH THESE PRELIMINARY PARAMETERS ORIGIN TIME - 0739 AM HST 08 DEC 2016 COORDINATES - 10.7 SOUTH 161.4 EAST LOCATION - SOLOMON ISLANDS MAGNITUDE - 8.0 MOMENT BASED ON ALL AVAILABLE DATA A TSUNAMI MAY HAVE BEEN GENERATED BY THIS EARTHQUAKE THAT COULD BE DESTRUCTIVE ON COASTAL AREAS EVEN FAR FROM THE EPICENTER. AN INVESTIGATION IS UNDERWAY TO DETERMINE IF THERE IS A TSUNAMI THREAT TO HAWAII ( via rt.com ). IF TSUNAMI WAVES IMPACT HAWAII THE ESTIMATED EARLIEST ARRIVAL OF THE FIRST TSUNAMI WAVE IS 0256 PM HST THU 08 DEC 2016 READ MORE: http://www.disclose.tv/news/apocalyptic_80_earthquake_hits_solomon_islands__tsunami_warnings_issued/136913

Wednesday, December 07, 2016

The Quadrivium

The Quadrivium consist of forms of Number.  It is to be used in conjunction to the Trivium and consists of the classical subjects of Mathematics, Geometry, Music, Astronomy. 

Modern methods as they were known as at that ancient time when Pythagoras was given credit for putting this together.   His commonality he used is Number.  Nature does not contradict itself.

This side of number is mostly hidden in today's standards of education.

Number has so many qualities and is much more than a way to add things up.  The numbers have another life almost another story and the qualities of making analogies.

Geometry is number in space
Music is number in time (harmonic theory),
Astronomy is number in space and time.


One ... Unity
Two... First Division  female
Three... Triad ., All and Complete cycle .. Male
Four ... First instance of encompassment (box)
Five.... First number of life.. five marries male and female (2 and 3)  relate to apples, flowers, hands and feet.
Six... First perfect number. Its factors all add up to six   (one perfect number between one and ten = 6 .  One perfect number between ten and one hundred = 28 and one perfect number between 100 and a 1000 = 496
Also related to its being a perfect number, 496 is a harmonic divisor number, since the number of proper divisors of 496 divided by the sum of the reciprocals of its divisors, 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 31, 62, 124, 248 and 496, (the harmonic mean), yields an integer, 5 in this case.From Reality (shot gun moment)  to a focus and back to reality again to take action.
Observation. .  Diagnosis .. Prognosis ... ACTION (treatment)
Observation, hypothesis ..  Extrapolation, Experiment


IMG 2775


Water being H2o is a ICOSAHEDRON .  It has been called  a fluid crystal ... 
 

Venus draws a five fold pattern around Earth every 8 years..  A pentagram inside a circle is created when Venus comes close to the earth every 588 days.. This is a symbol of the US Airforce.  

Watch  interview

Gene Odening interview, Part 2 – “The QUADRIVIUM” – #050 (+ video)


In tonight’s show we continue our discussion on the Trivium and discuss the Quadrivium with Gene Odening. Here we continue to learn about learning, logic, critical thinking, Hegelian dialectics, Plato, the Trivium, the Quadrivium, the 7 liberal arts, and many other facets of human cognizance.


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