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Oh! I hadn't seen that analogy before.

Colour of cable used for chassi to earth:

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The motif of the samic flag comes from a ceremonial drum and the poem 'Paiven parneh' (son's of the sun).

The circle stands for spirituality connecting the elements of the flag and the united sun (red half) and moon (blue half). The green strip is nature and animals, the yellow strip is the sun. The red field are fire, and the blue field are water. The balance towards the blue are significant.

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The motif of the samic flag comes from a ceremonial drum and the poem 'Paiven parneh' (son's of the sun).

The circle stands for spirituality connecting the elements of the flag and the united sun (red half) and moon (blue half). The green strip is nature and animals, the yellow strip is the sun. The red field are fire, and the blue field are water. The balance towards the blue are significant.




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beautiful Analogy ..... grounding oneself also is good for your health .... or grounding our Red side so our Aerial Antenna can act as a true receiver / emitter



little piece of info : most ( not all ) Shaman Ceremonies are done Bare footed .....
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Barefoot running, also called "natural running", is the act of running without footwear. Throughout human history, running barefoot was the natural way to run, and cultures such as the Tarahumara people in Mexico still practice it today. Barefoot running became popular in the latter half of the 20th century, as notable Olympic runners such as Abebe Bikila, Bruce Tulloh, and Zola Budd participated barefoot.

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Scientific research into the practice of running barefoot has not reached a clear consensus regarding its risks or its benefits. While shoes provide necessary foot protection from cuts, bruises, and the weather, proponents of barefoot running argue that it offers benefits and is healthier for the feet by reducing the risk of chronic injuries (notably repetitive stress injuries) due to the impact of heel striking in padded running shoes.

To provide the benefits of both running barefoot and shod, different varieties of barefoot-inspired footwear are available, including thin-soled and flexible shoes such as traditional moccasins and huaraches, and modern footwear like Vibram FiveFingers. Running barefoot in thin-soled shoes may be termed minimalist running.

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The show posted previously .... mentions Changeling .......

changeling .... fractal .... shape shift ........

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and the legend exist all over Europe .... and beyond ....

one area caught my attention .... as we know Fulcanelli was last seen there : see also p 36.... ... The Brain is an Advanced Fractal Antenna

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In Asturias (North Spain / Pyrenee Mountains ) there is a legend about the Xana, a sort of nymph who used to live near rivers, fountains and lakes, sometimes helping travellers on their journeys. The Xanas were conceived as little female fairies with supernatural beauty. They could deliver babies, "xaninos," that were sometimes swapped with human babies in order to be baptized. The legend says that in order to distinguish a "xanino" from a human baby, some pots and egg shells should be put close to the fireplace; a xanino would say: "I was born one hundred years ago, and since then I have not seen so many egg shells near the fire!".
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The xana is a character found in Asturian mythology. Always female, she is a creature of extraordinary beauty believed to live in fountains, rivers, waterfalls or forested regions with pure water. She is usually described as small or slender with long blonde or light brown hair (most often curly), which she tends to with gold or silver combs woven from sun or moonbeams. The origin of the Asturian word xana is unclear, though some scholars see it as a derivation from the Latin name for the goddess Diana. References to where the mythological xanas lived are still common in Asturian toponyms.
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Besides exchanging other women's children for their own, the xanas promise treasures and can be disenchanted. Some xanas also attack people and steal their food. They live in fountains and caves.[1]

A xana can be a beneficial spirit, offering love water[clarification needed] to travelers and rewards of gold or silver to those found worthy through some undefined judgment. Their hypnotic voices can be heard during spring and summer nights. Those who have a pure soul and hear the song will be filled with a sense of peace and love. Those whose souls are not pure will feel they are being suffocated and may be driven insane.

Xanas are usually depicted in one of two ways. In one, they appear as young Nordic girls, very beautiful, with long blonde hair ( see also legend of Lourdes Water also by the Pyrennee Mountains ). This image is usually associated with xanas who possess a treasure or those under a spell. In contrast, in tales in which the xanas steal children and enter homes to bite or steal, the xanas are small, thin and dark-colored.[2]






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Medina-Sidonia is a city and municipality in the province of Cádiz in the autonomous community of Andalusia, southern Spain. It is considered by some to be the oldest city in Europe, used as a military defense location due to its elevated location. Locals are known as Asidonenses. The city's name comes from Medina (Arabic for city) and Sidonia (of Sidon), meaning "City of Sidon".

Medina-Sidonia was one of Spain's most important ducal seats in the 15th century; producing an admiral, Alonso Pérez de Guzmán, 7th Duke of Medina Sidonia, who led the Spanish Armada against England in 1588. The title of Duque de Medina Sidonia was bestowed upon the family of Guzmán El Bueno for his valiant role in taking the town. The line continues and was led until March 2008 by the controversial socialist, Luisa Isabel Álvarez de Toledo, 20th Duchess of Medina Sidonia (born 1936).


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Amongst its innumerable monuments, of note are: the Roman Archaeological Complex (Sewers and Road), the Visigoth Hermitage of Los Santos, the Town Hall (XVII c.), the Market Square (XIXc.); its churches and convents, such as the gothic-renaissance style “Iglesia Mayor” (High Church) and the Monastery of San José del Cuervo; the Walls and Doors of the Muslim town; the ruins of the Castle and Old Town; and the Torrestrella Castle, amongst many others dispersed throughout its vast district.

Considered to be one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, Medina Sidonia is also a paradise of tranquility, where you can escape from the world and come into complete contact with nature, between both the Cádiz countryside and the Alcornocales Natural Park.
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Puerta del Sol (Door of the Sun) / : Puma Punku has also a gateway of the sun

It is one of the oldest doors in the town. Its name is due to the fact that it faces the same direction as the rays of sunshine at dawn. It is located behind that which, in its time, was the Ducal Palace of the Medina Sidonia.
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Lancelot (father of Galahad )[5] is the son of King Ban of Benwick (or Benoic) and Elaine.[6] While Lancelot is an infant, his father is driven from his kingdom, seen in Britain, by his enemy Claudas de la Deserte.[7] Ban and Elaine flee, carrying the child with them. As Elaine is tending to her wounded husband, Lancelot is carried off by the Lady of the Lake who raises the child in her magical kingdom. It is from this upbringing that Lancelot earns the surname, du lac


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The Matres (Latin "mothers"[1]) and Matrones (Latin "matrons ( OR MA TRON "[1]) were female deities venerated in North-West Europe from the 1st to the 5th century AD. They are depicted on votive objects and altars that bear images of goddesses, depicted almost entirely in groups of three, that feature inscriptions (about half of which feature Celtic names, and half of which feature Germanic names), that were venerated in regions of Germania, Eastern Gaul, and upper Italy (with a small distribution elsewhere) that were occupied by the Roman army from the first to the fifth century AD.[2]

Information about the religious practices surrounding the Matres is limited to the stones on which their depictions and inscriptions are found, of which over 1,100 exist.[2] The Germanic matres have been connected with the later Germanic dísir, valkyries, and norns attested largely in 13th century sources.[1]




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Some mention Freya as the female Odin, and the valkyries being the female einhärjar, the spiritual warriors living in Valhalla. Today that 'school' of female spiritual warriors are thought to be lost due to christianity et al, but it is supposed that it once were, and should be revived by females wishing to walk the path. Who knows, maybe it isn't forgotten at all, just patriarchal society that is blind... The women in the old nordic society were truly representing Othala/Odal, the initial rune of Odin. Maybe the farm were inherited in the bloodline of the husband but it were no question about who took care of it and made the desicions.

The changeling, yes it's a very familiar story. The trolls live in the granite mountains, and if they take you inside, you'll never get out again. If you think you have gotten a changling, put it out in the snow. After a while, the troll mother will swap back, because she can't stand seeing the poor troll baby being mistreated like that.


The Xana reminds of the 'Forest empress' (skogsrået), the most beautiful woman ever seen, sometimes naked, but when she turns around you'll see her back is hollow, and then you die. Or something. No known survivors to tell exactly what happens. Some do survive, but their soul stays with her and they won't talk about it. A siren of sort. But can be helpful as well.


The 'river man' (Näcken, 'the naked' also Bäckahästen, 'the river horse') is a male variety, a Pan figure who plays the violin so beautiful from below the water that kids and grown-ups fall into it and drowns. Also a siren, a male one.



Last christmas I forgot (stupid) to share the christmas food with my house pixy, the one who looks after my property and animals for me. Blown fuses and lots of other small annoyments were occuring until I realised my mistake and put out food. He didn't eat it but the harassement stoped. I hope we are fair and square again.


This character evolved into Coca-Cola Santa during the 1900's but it is a misunderstanding (or is it? ) because the one that always has given us the presents traditionally is:

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Ahem. And problems with editing too. Another try:

The one who traditionally gives us christmas presents are:



Not very far fetched really.
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sweet info ........... but you also have to consider the evolution of the "myth" through "Kali yuga" / Patriarchal Goggles ..... what was was once a Protecting Siren becomes a dangerous one ... woman is today associated with darkness / evil / Temptation etc ... there is a saying ..... When the cat cannot get the meat , he spits on it .... those on top that cannot find the light .... they figured might as well have everybody keep them company in their ignorance ..... and that is their downfall .... clinging to old belief ..... walk the walk or be left behind .... imho

example : what does number 13 represent to the average person

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Some mention Freya as the female Odin, and the valkyries being the female einhärjar, the spiritual warriors living in Valhalla. Today that 'school' of female spiritual warriors are thought to be lost due to christianity et al, but it is supposed that it once were, and should be revived by females wishing to walk the path. Who knows, maybe it isn't forgotten at all, just patriarchal society that is blind... The women in the old nordic society were truly representing Othala/Odal, the initial rune of Odin. Maybe the farm were inherited in the bloodline of the husband but it were no question about who took care of it and made the desicions.

The changeling, yes it's a very familiar story. The trolls live in the granite mountains, and if they take you inside, you'll never get out again. If you think you have gotten a changling, put it out in the snow. After a while, the troll mother will swap back, because she can't stand seeing the poor troll baby being mistreated like that.


The Xana reminds of the 'Forest empress' (skogsrået), the most beautiful woman ever seen, sometimes naked, but when she turns around you'll see her back is hollow, and then you die. Or something. No known survivors to tell exactly what happens. Some do survive, but their soul stays with her and they won't talk about it. A siren of sort. But can be helpful as well.


The 'river man' (Näcken, 'the naked' also Bäckahästen, 'the river horse') is a male variety, a Pan figure who plays the violin so beautiful from below the water that kids and grown-ups fall into it and drowns. Also a siren, a male one.



Last christmas I forgot (stupid) to share the christmas food with my house pixy, the one who looks after my property and animals for me. Blown fuses and lots of other small annoyments were occuring until I realised my mistake and put out food. He didn't eat it but the harassement stoped. I hope we are fair and square again.


This character evolved into Coca-Cola Santa during the 1900's but it is a misunderstanding (or is it? ) because the one that always has given us the presents traditionally is:

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A Rune sacred to Freya, Goddess of fecundity and love.
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Fehu – “Fay-Who” – Literally: “Cattle” – Esoteric: Mobile Property, New Beginnings, Wealth
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Freya taught magic to the Aesir, Odin in particular. Freya's magic is termed Seidr - a type of trance magic whose fully realized forms include shape shifting and astral projection Freya herself has a falcon cloak which allows any who wears it to become a bird. This cloak was often borrowed by Loki when he still worked to save the Aesir.

Cats ( see also post on HIRA ) are particularly sacred to Freya. In addition to the two large cats who pull her chariot, other cats are generally associated with this kind and loving Goddess. Some believe that cats journey to Folkvang after death, spending their afterlives frolicking in the fields and scampering about Sessrumnir, the Hall of Freya. Whether it's their grace, their beauty or their fierce nature when provoked, cats are the special darlings of Freya, often carrying messages for her. (Of course, sometimes they take a nap while enroute...)
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Uruz - “Oo – Ruse” – Literally: “Aurochs” – Esoteric: Endurance, Formation, Manifestation

Key Concepts: life force, physical health, courage, organic structure, manifestation, formation, healing, vigor, endurance


Psi: determination, persistence, freedom, courage, will, territoriality, independence

Energy: Vital formative force, archetypal patterning, raw primal power, survival, healing, endurance, manifestation, organic structuring

Mundane: physical health, stamina

Divinations: Strength, constancy, vitality, tenacity, pattern, luck, health, pragmatic knowledge, understanding; or weakness, obsession, misdirected force, inconstancy, sickness, ignorance, uncontrolled rage, insensitivity, brutality


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Tiwaz – “Tea-waz” – Literally: “The god, Tyr” – Esoteric: Justice, Sacrifice

Rune of the balance and justice ruled from a higher rationality. The rune of sacrifice of the individual (self) for well-being of the whole (society). Open Source

Psi: spiritual warrior, honour, righteousness

Energy: sovereign order, sacrifice, right decision making

Mundane: the rule of law, fairness, peace keeping

Divinations: faith, loyalty, justice, rationality, self-sacrifice, analysis, victory, honesty, even-handedness; or mental paralysis, over analysis, over-sacrifice, injustice, imbalance, defeat, tyranny.


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but you also have to consider the evolution of the "myth" through "Kali yuga" / Patriarchal Goggles ..... what was was once a Protecting Siren becomes a dangerous one
So true. The 'forest empress' today lesser known qualities is that she helps the one's living and working in the forest. If she blows down the rifle pipe, it then afterwards never misses it's target (except the individual animals that she protects ). She will awaken the tree coal burners if their stack catches fire, and so on. In a sense, she may be Diana.

Odin hunts her like an animal, whenever he sees her, uncertain why. That says something about Odin, the great patriarc. In all his wisdom, he is also the ignorant male. Thankfully Freya is his anima and balance is restored.
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So true. The 'forest empress' today lesser known qualities is that she helps the one's living and working in the forest. If she blows down the rifle pipe, it then afterwards never misses it's target (except the individual animals that she protects ). She will awaken the tree coal burners if their stack catches fire, and so on. In a sense, she may be Diana.

Odin hunts her like an animal, whenever he sees her, uncertain why. That says something about Odin, the great patriarc. In all his wisdom, he is also the ignorant male. Thankfully Freya is his anima and balance is restored.
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The Huldra is a seductive forest creature found in Scandinavian folklore. (Her name derives from a root meaning "covered" or "secret".) In Norwegian folklore, she is known as the skogsrå or skogsfru/skovfrue (meaning "Lady (read, counterpart of a Lord) of the forest"). She is known as Tallemaja (pine tree Mary) in Swedish folklore, and Ulda in Sámi folklore. Her name suggests that she is originally the same being as the völva Huld and the German Holda.[1] A male hulder is called a huldu, or, in Norway, a huldrekarl.[citation needed]

Male huldes, called Huldrekarl, also appear in Norwegian folklore. This being is closely related to other underground dwellers, usually called tusser. Like the female counterpart, the huldrkarl is a shapeshifter who often lures girls under a fair countenance.
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The huldra is a stunningly beautiful, sometimes naked woman with long hair; though from behind she is hollow like an old tree trunk, and has an animal's tail. In Norway, she has a cow's tail, and in Sweden she may have that of a cow or a fox. Further in the north of Sweden, the tail can be entirely omitted in favor of her hollow or bark-covered back.[citation needed]

In Norway, the huldra has often been described as a typical dairymaid, wearing the clothes of a regular farm girl, although somewhat more dazzling or prettier than most girls.[

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The huldra is one of several rå (keeper, warden), including the aquatic Sjörå (or havsfru), later identified with a mermaid, and the bergsrå in caves and mines who made life tough for the poor miners.[citation needed]

More information can be found in the collected Norwegian folktales of Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe
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Ulddašvággi is a valley southwest of Alta in Finnmark, Norway. The name means "Hulder Valley" in North Sámi. The peak guarding the pass over from the valley to the mountains above has a similar name, Ruollačohkka, meaning "Troll Mountain" - and the large mountain presiding over the valley on its northern side is called Háldi, which is a term similar to the above mentioned Norwegian rå, that is a spirit or local deity which rules a specific area.
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Entering Faerie - Elves, Ancestors & Imagination


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Elves and Faerie folk are alive and well in modern culture, especially among the culture of magical folk and those pursuing a nature spirituality, but also most obviously in children's literature. Fictional representations of the Hidden People are drawing more and more on the study of folklore and actual present-day accounts of "meeting the Other Crowd." Rejecting the term "supernatural" and the dichotomy between subjectivity and objectivity, I consider the reality of the Sidhe as something that is part of Nature and part of the human psyche at the same time. Modern Druids must walk a fine line between the study of old folklore and the creation of new folklore. How do we live in a culture of scientific materialism and yet challenge the dominant knowledge paradigm? Looking at both fiction and non-fiction, I suggest a middle way between credulity and skepticism that posits the power of imagination as central to perception, and perceptions of the Faerie realms as manifest in many ways . However we commune with the Faerie realms, we do well to recognize the importance to our Ancestors of magical beings as integral parts of their world.
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sweet info ........... but you also have to consider the evolution of the "myth" through "Kali yuga" / Patriarchal Goggles ..... what was was once a Protecting Siren becomes a dangerous one ... woman is today associated with darkness / evil / Temptation etc ... .... imho

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The world of our Ancestors was a world in which the realm of Faerie was always just around the bend. Faith and Reason were not in conflict for our Ancestors, but in the past few generations, the tensions have increased between cultural notions of what is rational and a faith in personal experiences with Otherworld beings. Faerie highways and hills still are given respect by those in the know, and folklore materials documenting experiences with Fairies have been collected throughout the twentieth century in Britain, Scotland, Ireland and in North America. Yet, folklorists suggest that the Fairy Faith is a dying belief system, based more in traditional storytelling than in actual experiences. The traditional storytellers and their sessions losing in the competition with television and radio, a culture educated into scientific materialism and positivism can only categorize such stories as "fiction." Belief in Fairies is presumed, by the dominant culture led by orthodox academia, to be a thing of childhood or so-called "primitive" societies operating without the benefit of adult reason or methods of empirical validation. Note in this characterization the central rhetorical trope: Science is adult while belief in spirits is childish.
Despite this view, it is interesting to note that within druid and pagan circles the same time period during which such pre-scientific beliefs are supposed to have diminished has seen an upsurge of books about practices involving the folk of Faerie. There is a segment of society, druids among them, who openly embrace belief in the realm of Faerie and often claim to have experienced otherwise inexplicable encounters with this "Otherworld." Such adult believers are neither children nor members of a primitive society. Theirs is belief, but not a naïve belief. At least not always. Instead of credulity, we find active imagination.
Druids in orders such as OBOD work intentionally with the beings of Faerie through meditation and inward journeys. There are branches of Wicca and other neopagan paths devoted to such work as well, using the term "Fairy" or not. Devas, nature spirits, the spirit of Dana or the land itself – all point to the same active imagination of a broader sort of Nature (e.g., Findhorn, McEowan, Stepanich).
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Thanks for the link to the 'Other Realm' of Fair Folk MrM. During the opening discussion about the langauge used he mentioned the Celtic word SIDHE (Shee) which I believe to mean woman. The Sanskrit for woman is STRI or SRI or SREE. Common links between apparently different cultures again

In Indian mythology Sree also known as Lakshmi, is regarded as mother earth. Sree, was one of fourteen treasures obtained from the 'ocean' or kosmik soup, when it was churned by the gods/anti-gods at the beginning of time. Sree was an entrancing beauty and the guardians of the eight points of the compass pursued her, but she chose Vishnu. In the article the 'Shee Folk' were described as people of the hollow hill. In Indian myth, the name of Sita (a representation of Sree) means 'a furrow'

You will be familiar with the Sri Yantra, sacred geometry used in christian temples- another representation of this feminine [faerie] energy.

You are right Monsieur, woman have lost their true meaning and have been devalued via later days religions and the media (being the biggest cult of all) Only fear us females if you go against the heart of the forest.
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You will be familiar with the Sri Yantra, sacred geometry used in christian temples- another representation of this feminine [faerie] energy.

You are right Monsieur, woman have lost their true meaning and have been devalued via later days religions and the media (being the biggest cult of all) Only fear us females if you go against the heart of the forest.
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Modern pagan and druidic philosophy and beliefs are, by contrast, based on the Hermetic principle of "as above, so below" which at its heart explodes the dichotomy between "above" and "below." Indeed, it explodes the hierarchical view of the cosmos itself and points towards circles, spirals, or what the physicists call a holographic universe in which every part reflects and contains the whole . .
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THE PLANES OF CORRESPONDENCE

"As above, so below; as below, so above."

The great Second Hermetic Principle embodies the truth that there is a harmony, agreement, and correspondence between the several planes of Manifestation, Life and Being. This truth is a truth because all that is included in the Universe emanates from the same source, and the same laws, principles, and characteristics apply to each unit, or combination of units of activity, as each manifests its own phenomena upon its own plane.

For the purpose of convenience of thought and study, the Hermetic Philosophy considers that the Universe may be divided into three great classes of phenomena, known as the Three Great Planes, namely:

I. The Great Physical Plane. II. The Great Mental Plane. III. The Great Spiritual Plane.

These divisions are more or less artificial and arbitrary, for the truth is that all of the three divisions are but ascending degrees of the great scale of Life, the lowest point of which is undifferentiated Matter, and the highest point that of Spirit. And, moreover, the different Planes shade into each other, so that no hard and fast division may be made between the higher phenomena of the Physical and the lower of the Mental; or between the higher of the Mental and the lower of the Physical.

In short, the Three Great Planes may be regarded as three great groups of degrees of Life Manifestation. While the purposes of this little book do not allow us to enter into an extended discussion of, or explanation of, the subject of these different planes, still we think it well to give a general description of the same at this point.
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Quite a number of individuals have, over many centuries of human storytelling, claimed to cross over a kind of boundary from our world of normal reality to another world in which wonders occur. Among the wonders are encounters with strange cultures of apparently immortal beings, encounters with dead relatives or neighbors, banquets of uncanny sumptuousness, music and dancing with an uncanny quality, and, perhaps most notably, the passage of time in some inexplicable way so that people who enter Faerie and re-emerge into our ordinary world find that time has passed much more quickly here than there. Some, like Oisín, return and step back into the world they left, only to be reduced to old age and death. John Matthews in his firsthand account, The Sidhe, records extensive interviews with one of the denizens of Faerie and comments upon the irregular quality of Time in that realm and the fluidity of inner and outer realities.
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Eldar is both a Hebrew first/last name meaning "god resides" and a rare Norse first name meaning "Warrior who fights with fire"(Eld+ar (ar=Harjar)) Eld=fire. It is also a name meaning 'ruler' in the Turkic language. "El" means state or country in Turkic language, dar is a suffix from Persian language. Its also the word for 'fires' in the Icelandic, Swedish and Norwegian language. It is also a common first name among the Tatars, the Crimean Tatars, the Azerbaijanis, the Georgians and the Bashkirs.

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Adjective

fou (comparative more fou, superlative most fou)
Crazy
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ufo, UFO
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Etymology 1

From Old English full, from Proto-Germanic *fullaz, from Proto-Indo-European *pl̥h₁nós.
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Adjective

fou (comparative mair fou, superlative maist fou)
full
well-fed, full of food or drink, sated, replete
drunk, intoxicated
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fou (comparative mair fou, superlative maist fou)
fully, very, quite, rather, too

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Reduced form of Latin focus
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Noun

fu m (oblique plural fus, nominative singular fus, nominative plural fu)
fire
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French: feu
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Etymology 2
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fu
First-person singular past historic of faire
Second-person singular past historic of faire
Third-person singular past historic of faire
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An Emerald (..Tablet )
A Cross (like Hendaye)
A Trident (Poseidon / Atlantis / Aquarius )
Arrow pointing Straight Up
Now i think we can translate the symbols :

A Dragon : two meanings

2012 -----> year of the Dragon

Dragon Represent Number 9 = 12 / 21 / 12

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Nine is strongly associated with the Chinese dragon, a symbol of magic and power. There are nine forms of the dragon, it is described in terms of nine attributes, and it has nine children. It has 117 scales - 81 yang (masculine, heavenly) and 36 yin (feminine, earthly). All three numbers are multiples of 9 (9x13=117, 9x9=81, 9x4=36)[2] as well adding up individually to 9 (1+1+7=9, 8+1=9, 3+6=9).
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Rune of the essential link or connection with the patterns of divine or archetypal consciousness, such as the Valkyrie.
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Winter Solstice

Maltese / St. John's Cross

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In addition to the windmill analogy mentioned above, this is sometimes called the Regeneration Cross because it has eight points. Eight symbolises regeneration for many religious ideas. It is the holistic number in Buddhism for the number of steps to end suffering.

The number 8, like the lemniscate symbol for infinity , is a never-ending line. Tracing the shape of the 8 differs from the circle, square, triangle etc. in that the line crosses itself in the centre. This crossing symbolises death. But the line does not stop there; it carries on into a new life, just as the Christian cross symbolises new life. The eight therefore represents life, death, and rebirth ( ie winter solstice ) .
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Syncretism /ˈsɪŋkrətɪzəm/ is the combining of different (often seemingly contradictory) beliefs, often while melding practices of various schools of thought. Syncretism may involve the merger and analogising of several originally discrete traditions, especially in the theology and mythology of religion, thus asserting an underlying unity and allowing for an inclusive approach to other faiths.


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A Dragon : two meanings

2012 -----> year of the Dragon

Dragon Represent Number 9 = 12 / 21 / 12



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Four is it in qualities,
shining in each of the planes of existence,
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the mystical number.
Based on the qualities of man are the Brothers:
each shall direct the unfoldment of being,
each shall channels be of the Great One
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The number 42 is, in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, "The Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything", calculated by an enormous supercomputer over a period of 7.5 million years. Unfortunately no one knows what the question is. Thus, to calculate the Ultimate Question, a special computer the size of a small planet and using organic components was created and named "Earth". This appeared first in the radio play and later in the novelization of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. The fourth book in the series, the novel So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish, contains 42 chapters. According to the novel Mostly Harmless, 42 is the street address of Stavromula Beta. In 1994 Adams created the 42 Puzzle, a game based on the number 42.




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From Middle English magik, from Old French magique, reborrowed from Latin magice, borrowed from Ancient Greek μαγική (magikē, “magical”) (τέχνη (tekhnē, “art”)), derived from μάγος (magos), from magos magus, sorcerer, of Iranian origin; akin to Old Persian 𐎶𐎦𐎢𐏁 (maguš, “sorcerer”). Displaced native Middle English dweomercraft (“magic, magic arts”) (from Old English dwimor (“phantom, illusion”) + cræft (“art”)), Old English galdorcræft (“magic, enchantment”), Old English drȳcræft (“magic, sorcery”).
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The following are the arts to be studied, together with the Kama Sutra:

The art of understanding writing in cypher, and the writing of words in a peculiar way

The art of speaking by changing the forms of words. It is of various kinds. Some speak by changing the beginning and end of words, others by adding unnecessary letters between every syllable of a word, and so on

Knowledge of language and of the vernacular dialects
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The following are the arts to be studied, together with the Kama Sutra:

The art of understanding writing in cypher, and the writing of words in a peculiar way

The art of speaking by changing the forms of words. It is of various kinds. Some speak by changing the beginning and end of words, others by adding unnecessary letters between every syllable of a word, and so on

Knowledge of language and of the vernacular dialects


you may not have noticed it but we have covered indirectly ( ANALOGY ) each art ..... in our discussion

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Singing

Playing on musical instruments

Dancing

Union of dancing, singing, and playing instrumental music

Writing and drawing

Tattooing

Arraying and adorning an idol with rice and flowers

Spreading and arranging beds or couches of flowers, or flowers upon the ground

Coloring the teeth, garments, hair, nails and bodies, i.e. staining, dyeing, Coloring and painting the same

Fixing stained glass into a floor

The art of making beds, and spreading out carpets and cushions for reclining

Playing on musical glasses filled with water

Storing and accumulating water in aqueducts, cisterns and reservoirs

Picture making, trimming and decorating

Stringing of rosaries, necklaces, garlands and wreaths

Binding of turbans and chaplets, and making crests and top-knots of flowers

Scenic representations, stage playing Art of making ear ornaments Art

Preparing perfumes and odors

Proper disposition of jewels and decorations, and adornment in dress

Magic or sorcery

Quickness of hand or manual skill

Culinary art, i.e. cooking and cookery

Making lemonades, sherbets, acidulated drinks, and spirituous extracts with proper flavor and colour

Tailor's work and sewing

Making parrots, flowers, tufts, tassels, bunches, bosses, knobs, etc., out of yarn or thread

Solution of riddles, enigmas, covert speeches, verbal puzzles and enigmatical questions

A game, which consisted in repeating verses, and as one person finished, another person had to commence at once, repeating another verse, beginning with the same letter with which the last speaker's verse ended, whoever failed to repeat was considered to have lost, and to be subject to pay a forfeit or stake of some kind

The art of mimicry or imitation

Reading, including chanting and intoning

Study of sentences difficult to pronounce. It is played as a game chiefly by women, and children and consists of a difficult sentence being given, and when repeated quickly, the words are often transposed or badly pronounced

Practice with sword, single stick, quarter staff and bow and arrow

Drawing inferences, reasoning or inferring

Carpentry, or the work of a carpenter

Architecture, or the art of building

Knowledge about gold and silver coins, and jewels and gems

Chemistry and mineralogy

Coloring jewels, gems and beads

Knowledge of mines and quarries

Gardening; knowledge of treating the diseases of trees and plants, of nourishing them, and determining their ages

Art of cock fighting, quail fighting and ram fighting

Art of teaching parrots and starlings to speak

Art of applying perfumed ointments to the body, and of dressing the hair with unguents and perfumes and braiding it

The art of understanding writing in cipher, and the writing of words in a peculiar way

The art of speaking by changing the forms of words. It is of various kinds. Some speak by changing the beginning and end of words, others by adding unnecessary letters between every syllable of a word, and so on

Knowledge of language and of the vernacular dialects

Art of making flower carriages

Art of framing mystical diagrams, of addressing spells and charms, and binding armlets

Mental exercises, such as completing stanzas or verses on receiving a part of them; or supplying one, two or three lines when the remaining lines are given indiscriminately from different verses, so as to make the whole an entire verse with regard to its meaning; or arranging the words of a verse written irregularly by separating the vowels from the consonants, or leaving them out altogether; or putting into verse or prose sentences represented by signs or symbols. There are many other such exercises.

Composing poems

Knowledge of dictionaries and vocabularies

Knowledge of ways of changing and disguising the appearance of persons

Knowledge of the art of changing the appearance of things, such as making cotton to appear as silk, coarse and common things to appear as fine and good.

Various ways of gambling

Art of obtaining possession of the property of others by means of mantras or incantations

Skill in youthful sports

Knowledge of the rules of society, and of how to pay respect and compliments to others

Knowledge of the art of war, of arms, of armies, etc.

Knowledge of gymnastics

Art of knowing the character of a man from his features

Knowledge of scanning or constructing verses

Arithmetical recreations

Making artificial flowers

Making figures and images in clay
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Numenorian Atlantis
"To put it succinctly, the Atlanteans were mighty and brilliant of mind; but eventually corrupted by power. More specifically, the people were debased by complacency while the leaders became arrogant and warlike. They made war on the nations nearest to them on the Mediterranean coast, and sought to take over ancient Athens. In the end Plato tells us:

…There occurred violent earthquakes and floods; and in a single day and night of misfortune all your warlike men in a body sank into the earth, and the island of Atlantis in like manner disappeared in the depths of the sea."

Sounds like the world today, sadly.
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Just when the search for exoplanets looked like the undisputed fashionable field of study for 2010, the cosmic microwave background (CMB) is stepping to the forefront of astronomy and cosmology. Last month, it was Oxford’s Roger Penrose claiming that he’d found evidence of a cyclical universe in patterns of concentric circles in the CMB, suggesting our universe is just one of many that have come before it (and will come after it). Now, another group of researchers are claiming the CMB contains evidence of other universes that exist concurrently (and outside of) our own.

The new evidence, put forth by a group of researchers at University College London, is based upon the model of “eternal inflation,” which is predicated on the idea that our universe is part of a larger and ever-expanding multiverse. Our universe is contained in a kind of cosmic bubble that exists alongside other universes contained in their own bubbles, and in these universes the rules of physics could be far different than in our own.
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White horses (which are rarer than other colours of horse) have a special significance in the mythologies of cultures around the world. They are often associated with the sun chariot,[1] with warrior-heroes, with fertility (in both mare and stallion manifestations), or with an end-of-time saviour, but other interpretations exist as well. Both truly white horses and the more common grey horses, with completely white hair coats, were identified as "white" by various religious and cultural traditions.







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