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sorry in advance for the long post...but you should read it:

from: Abraham Maslow


Self-actualization

The last level is a bit different. Maslow has used a variety of terms to refer to this level: He has called it growth motivation (in contrast to deficit motivation), being needs (or B-needs, in contrast to D-needs), and self-actualization.

These are needs that do not involve balance or homeostasis. Once engaged, they continue to be felt. In fact, they are likely to become stronger as we “feed” them! They involve the continuous desire to fulfill potentials, to “be all that you can be.” They are a matter of becoming the most complete, the fullest, “you” -- hence the term, self-actualization.

Now, in keeping with his theory up to this point, if you want to be truly self-actualizing, you need to have your lower needs taken care of, at least to a considerable extent. This makes sense: If you are hungry, you are scrambling to get food; If you are unsafe, you have to be continuously on guard; If you are isolated and unloved, you have to satisfy that need; If you have a low sense of self-esteem, you have to be defensive or compensate. When lower needs are unmet, you can’t fully devote yourself to fulfilling your potentials.

It isn’t surprising, then, the world being as difficult as it is, that only a small percentage of the world’s population is truly, predominantly, self-actualizing. Maslow at one point suggested only about two percent!

The question becomes, of course, what exactly does Maslow mean by self-actualization. To answer that, we need to look at the kind of people he called self-actualizers. Fortunately, he did this for us, using a qualitative method called biographical analysis.

He began by picking out a group of people, some historical figures, some people he knew, whom he felt clearly met the standard of self-actualization. Included in this august group were Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, Albert Einstein, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jane Adams, William James, Albert Schweitzer, Benedict Spinoza, and Alduous Huxley, plus 12 unnamed people who were alive at the time Maslow did his research. He then looked at their biographies, writings, the acts and words of those he knew personally, and so on. From these sources, he developed a list of qualities that seemed characteristic of these people, as opposed to the great mass of us.

These people were reality-centered, which means they could differentiate what is fake and dishonest from what is real and genuine. They were problem-centered, meaning they treated life’s difficulties as problems demanding solutions, not as personal troubles to be railed at or surrendered to. And they had a different perception of means and ends. They felt that the ends don’t necessarily justify the means, that the means could be ends themselves, and that the means -- the journey -- was often more important than the ends.

The self-actualizers also had a different way of relating to others. First, they enjoyed solitude, and were comfortable being alone. And they enjoyed deeper personal relations with a few close friends and family members, rather than more shallow relationships with many people.

They enjoyed autonomy, a relative independence from physical and social needs. And they resisted enculturation, that is, they were not susceptible to social pressure to be "well adjusted" or to "fit in" -- they were, in fact, nonconformists in the best sense.

They had an unhostile sense of humor -- preferring to joke at their own expense, or at the human condition, and never directing their humor at others. They had a quality he called acceptance of self and others, by which he meant that these people would be more likely to take you as you are than try to change you into what they thought you should be. This same acceptance applied to their attitudes towards themselves: If some quality of theirs wasn’t harmful, they let it be, even enjoying it as a personal quirk. On the other hand, they were often strongly motivated to change negative qualities in themselves that could be changed. Along with this comes spontaneity and simplicity: They preferred being themselves rather than being pretentious or artificial. In fact, for all their nonconformity, he found that they tended to be conventional on the surface, just where less self-actualizing nonconformists tend to be the most dramatic.

Further, they had a sense of humility and respect towards others -- something Maslow also called democratic values -- meaning that they were open to ethnic and individual variety, even treasuring it. They had a quality Maslow called human kinship or Gemeinschaftsgefühl -- social interest, compassion, humanity. And this was accompanied by a strong ethics, which was spiritual but seldom conventionally religious in nature.

And these people had a certain freshness of appreciation, an ability to see things, even ordinary things, with wonder. Along with this comes their ability to be creative, inventive, and original. And, finally, these people tended to have more peak experiences than the average person. A peak experience is one that takes you out of yourself, that makes you feel very tiny, or very large, to some extent one with life or nature or God. It gives you a feeling of being a part of the infinite and the eternal. These experiences tend to leave their mark on a person, change them for the better, and many people actively seek them out. They are also called mystical experiences, and are an important part of many religious and philosophical traditions.

Maslow doesn’t think that self-actualizers are perfect, of course. There were several flaws or imperfections he discovered along the way as well: First, they often suffered considerable anxiety and guilt -- but realistic anxiety and guilt, rather than misplaced or neurotic versions. Some of them were absentminded and overly kind. And finally, some of them had unexpected moments of ruthlessness, surgical coldness, and loss of humor.

Two other points he makes about these self-actualizers: Their values were "natural" and seemed to flow effortlessly from their personalities. And they appeared to transcend many of the dichotomies others accept as being undeniable, such as the differences between the spiritual and the physical, the selfish and the unselfish, and the masculine and the feminine.



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from: Potential - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The mathematical study of potentials is known as potential theory; it is the study of harmonic functions on manifolds. This mathematical formulation arises from the fact that, in physics, the scalar potential is irrotational, and thus has a vanishing Laplacian — the very definition of a harmonic function.
In physics, a potential may refer to the scalar potential or to the vector potential. In either case, it is a field defined in space, from which many important physical properties may be derived.
Leading examples are the gravitational potential and the electric potential, from which the motion of gravitating or electrically charged bodies may be obtained.
Specific forces have associated potentials, including the Coulomb potential, the van der Waals potential, the Lennard-Jones potential and the Yukawa potential.
In electrochemistry there are Galvani potential and Volta potential.
In Thermodynamics potential refers to thermodynamic potential.

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Indeed...You are King of Your own Castle (ie YOU )...and with it comes the Joy and Burden of any leader of a Nation...except that it is your Country and Held Responsible by Yourself

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Table Characteristics of Self-Actualized Persons

They are realistically oriented.
They accept themselves, other people, and the natural world for what they are.
They have a great deal of spontaneity.
They are problem-centered rather than self-centered.
They have an air of detachment and a need for privacy.
They are autonomous and independent.
Their appreciation of people and things is fresh rather than stereotyped.
Most of them have had profound mystical or spiritual experiences although not
necessarily religious in character.
They identify with mankind.
Their intimate relationships with a few specially loved people tend to be profound and
deeply emotional rather than superficial.
Their values and attitudes are democratic.
They do not confuse means with ends.
Their sense of humor is philosophical rather than hostile.
They have a great fund of creativeness.
They resist conformity to the culture.
They transcend the environment rather than just coping with it.



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Its claimed to be the ability to make gold from other stuff.

Search Francis Bacon.

Its for you to ponder till you succeed. The problem is, its your imagination that may eventual make it possible.

I think its coded in the periodic table, B a c o n. But it was encoded by cyphers in his books to prevent is head from being chopped off.

Its also claimed William Shakespeare is bacon.. the dark arts are very dark indeed.

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Sir Francis Bacon also wrote the first version of the King James Bible....but I'm not looking to make gold...rather sharing the gold

Francis Bacon and the James 1st Bible

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The first edition of the King James Bible, which was edited by Francis Bacon and prepared under Masonic supervision, bears more Mason's marks than the Cathedral of Strasburg.-Manly P. Hall, from a lecture Rosicrucian and Masonic Origins 1929
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It is also speculated that 1001 nights and other Middle Eastern "Stories" where of great Inspiration to Shakespeare...If you want to know who Shakespeare was...take his name...you know that to each Letter Correspond a Number...I let you ponder on that .


Now Let's Take the Example of 1001 Night...who are the Protagonist:

from: One Thousand and One Nights - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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One Thousand and One Nights (Arabic: كتاب ألف ليلة وليلة‎ Kitāb alf laylah wa-laylah) is a collection of Middle Eastern and South Asian stories and folk tales compiled in Arabic during the Islamic Golden Age. It is often known in English as the Arabian Nights, from the first English language edition (1706), which rendered the title as The Arabian Nights' Entertainment.[1]

The work was collected over many centuries by various authors, translators and scholars across the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa. The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Turkish, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature. In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān (Persian: هزار افسان, lit. A Thousand Tales) which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.[2]

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār (from Persian: شهريار, meaning "king" or "sovereign") and his wife Scheherazade (from Persian: شهرزاد, possibly meaning "of noble lineage"[3]) and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves. The stories proceed from this original tale; some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord. Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.
1001 10 / 01 Mirror 6 3 9

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the ruler Shahryār (from Persian: شهريار, meaning "king" or "sovereign") and his wife Scheherazade



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Some of the stories of The Nights, particularly "Aladdin's Wonderful Lamp", "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves" and "The Seven Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor", while almost certainly genuine Middle-Eastern folk tales, were not part of The Nights in Arabic versions, but were interpolated into the collection by Antoine Galland and other European translators.
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What you have to Understand...as is the case today for the English Language...At the Time of the Renaissance, much of the Alchemical books available to those Wisdom Seekers were written in Arabic...Even Isaac Newton Spoke and read Arabic ...Today much of the scientific publications are written in English...so to Acquire knowledge you have to learn the Language and its subtleties in which these Sacred Books were written in



If you want I could give a more recent example than One Thousand and One Nights , this one i hold dear , I would recommend anyone to read it:

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Foundation is the first book in Isaac Asimov's Foundation Trilogy (later expanded into The Foundation Series). Foundation is a collection of five short stories, which were first published together as a book by Gnome Press in 1951. Together, they form a single plot.
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The Psychohistorians

(0 F.E.) (First published as the book edition in 1951)

The first story is set on Trantor, the capital planet of the 12,000-year-old Galactic Empire. Whilst the empire gives the appearance of stability, beneath this façade it is suffering a slow decay. Hari Seldon, a mathematician and psychologist, has developed psychohistory which equates all possibilities in large societies to mathematics, allowing predictable long term outcomes.

Seldon discovers a horrifying truth to the Empire's decay, but his results are considered treasonable and attract attention from the Commission of Public Safety — the effective rulers of the Empire. This leads to his arrest. A young mathematician Gaal Dornick, who has just arrived on Trantor, is also arrested. On trial, Seldon shares the discoveries made through psychohistory, such as the collapse of the Empire within 500 years, followed by a 30,000-year period of barbarism.

Seldon proposes an alternative to this future; one that would not avert the collapse but shorten the interregnum period to a mere 1000 years. But this plan would require a large group of people to develop a compendium of all human knowledge, titled the Encyclopedia Galactica.

A still skeptical commission, worried of making Seldon a martyr, offer him the choice of execution for treason or acceptance of exile with his group of 'Encyclopedists' to a remote planet Terminus. There, they will carry out the Plan under an imperial decree, while Seldon would remain barred from returning to Trantor.
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Asimov on psychohistory

On September 25, 1987, Asimov gave an interview to Terry Gross on her National Public Radio program, Fresh Air.[1] In it, Gross asked him about psychohistory:
Gross: "What did you have in mind when you coined the term and the concept?"
Asimov: "Well, I wanted to write a short story about the fall of the Galactic Empire. I had just finished reading the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire [for] the second time, and I thought I might as well adapt it on a much larger scale to the Galactic Empire and get a story out of it. And my editor John Campbell was much taken with the idea, and said he didn't want it wasted on a short story. He wanted an open-ended series so it lasts forever, perhaps. And so I started doing that. In order to keep the story going from story to story, I was essentially writing future history, and I had to make it sufficiently different from modern history to give it that science fictional touch. And so I assumed that the time would come when there would be a science in which things could be predicted on a probabilistic or statistical basis."
Gross: "Do you think that would be good if there really was such a science?"
Asimov: "Well, I can't help but think it would be good, except that in my stories, I always have opposing views. In other words, people argue all possible... all possible... ways of looking at psychohistory and deciding whether it is good or bad. So you can't really tell. I happen to feel sort of on the optimistic side. I think if we can somehow get across some of the problems that face us now, humanity has a glorious future, and that if we could use the tenets of psychohistory to guide ourselves we might avoid a great many troubles. But on the other hand, it might create troubles. It's impossible to tell in advance."

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from: Elements of the Human Body/Pattern/Process

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You are right. Instinct.
Since completing that spreadsheet many things have come to light.
Things like...
animals being disconnected from earth.
how Tesla's tower represents that.
the internal control systems animals require, born from that disconnection.
again Tesla shows the function of that and it's purpose.
how elements become other elements (called by many names).

But specifically regarding the spreadsheet, I believe it is representative of the magnetic fields. Based primarily on that it was NMR derived frequencies. I look forward to determing the relationship if any with the Emission Spectra of the elements.

Walter Russell's statement, roughly re-stated about the language of light being evident in the Emission Spectra of the elements rings a chord. That and his reference about 'thinking in light' has geared me toward understanding what the spectra means and it's relationships.

The fractal in itself is the most awe inspiring understanding I have gained to date. It reveals so much. Maybe I will discover it's representation in the spectra?

Mechanically Tesla showed a way to control the flow. There is a strong suggestion that there is something similar to the same function in humans. My first instinct is meditation. Meditation along with the bifilar circulatory system and the pulse waves created by the heart... discovery is a wonderful thing.

It does feel like the right direction to go with my level of awareness. Let's see what we find!
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Prof. Searl (Searl engine) worked with magic squares

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------------------also Spectroscopy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Spectroscopy ( /spɛkˈtrɒskəpi/) is the study of the interaction between matter and radiated energy.[1][2] Historically, spectroscopy originated through the study of visible light dispersed according to its wavelength, e.g., by a prism. Later the concept was expanded greatly to comprise any interaction with radiative energy as a function of its wavelength or frequency. Spectroscopic data is often represented by a spectrum, a plot of the response of interest as a function of wavelength or frequency.
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Introduction

Spectrometry and spectrography are terms used to refer to the measurement of radiation intensity as a function of wavelength and are often used to describe experimental spectroscopic methods. Spectral measurement devices are referred to as spectrometers, spectrophotometers, spectrographs or spectral analyzers.

Daily observations of color can be related to spectroscopy. Neon lighting is a direct application of atomic spectroscopy. Neon and other noble gases have characteristic emission colors, and neon lamps use electricity to excite these emissions. Inks, dyes and paints include chemical compounds selected for their spectral characteristics in order to generate specific colors and hues. A commonly encountered molecular spectrum is that of nitrogen dioxide. Gaseous nitrogen dioxide has a characteristic red absorption feature, and this gives air polluted with nitrogen dioxide a reddish brown color. Rayleigh scattering is a spectroscopic scattering phenomenon that accounts for the color of the sky.

Spectroscopic studies were central to the development of quantum mechanics
and included Max Planck's explanation of blackbody radiation, Albert Einstein's explanation of the photoelectric effect and Niels Bohr's explanation of atomic structure and spectra. Spectroscopy is used in physical and analytical chemistry because atoms and molecules have unique spectra. These spectra can be interpreted to derive information about the atoms and molecules, and they can also be used to detect, identify and quantify chemicals. Spectroscopy is also used in astronomy and remote sensing. Most research telescopes have spectrographs. The measured spectra are used to determine the chemical composition and physical properties of astronomical objects (such as their temperature and velocity).
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Theory

One of the central concepts in spectroscopy is a resonance and its corresponding resonant frequency. Resonances were first characterized in mechanical systems such as pendulums. Mechanical systems that vibrate or oscillate will experience large amplitude oscillations when they are driven at their resonant frequency. A plot of amplitude vs. excitation frequency will have a peak centered at the resonance frequency. This plot is one type of spectrum, with the peak often referred to as a spectral line, and most spectral lines have a similar appearance.

In quantum mechanical systems, the analogous resonance is a coupling of two quantum mechanical stationary states of one system, such as an atom, via an oscillatory source of energy such as a photon. The coupling of the two states is strongest when the energy of the source matches the energy difference between the two states. The energy (E) of a photon is related to its frequency (ν) by E = hν where h is Planck's constant, and so a spectrum of the system response vs. photon frequency will peak at the resonant frequency or energy. Particles such as electrons and neutrons have a comparable relationship, the de Broglie relations, between their kinetic energy and their wavelength and frequency and therefore can also excite resonant interactions.

Spectra of atoms and molecules often consist of a series of spectral lines, each one representing a resonance between two different quantum states. The explanation of these series, and the spectral patterns associated with them, were one of the experimental enigmas that drove the development and acceptance of quantum mechanics. The hydrogen spectral series in particular was first successfully explained by the Rutherford-Bohr quantum model of the hydrogen atom. In some cases spectral lines are well separated and distinguishable, but spectral lines can also overlap and appear to be a single transition if the density of energy states is high enough.
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Btw: What Maslow has showed you was the Human Condition through the Iron Age...That is not the case for the Golden Age...remember 6 3 9







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a fractal construct has an 'efficient function', it has a fractal ergonomy to them, they function on multiple levels and in multiple dimensions:
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Think Free Energy Research....you need inspiration

David Lynch on Consciousness, Creativity and the Brain (Transcendental Meditation) - YouTube

watch it....and find your own version of it...be it fishing, running , reading ...all these are opportunities to meditate close to Nature

You are by nature: a Telestis "one who is aimed"

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Telestis: Greek word from Telos: goal, aim. they were Gaian theologists. totally illuminated by their practice of ecstatic contact with nature. The best definition: one who is aimed. If you are aimed by Gaia, you will go where she sends her arrow.
find the one that resonates with you

the legend says that Leonardo Da Vinci took 15 min nap with a spoon in his hand so as not to oversleep...and Isaac Newton was sitting against "a tree when the Apple fell"

If you read this Thread...you'll know how Dr Vogel found His Inspiration for the Hard Drive Coating used in all the Computers Today


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Here is Another one whom Ishtar blessed with her touch:

Frank Lloyd Wright - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Frank Lloyd Wright (born Frank Lincoln Wright, June 8, 1867 – April 9, 1959) was an American architect, interior designer, writer and educator, who designed more than 1,000 structures and completed 500 works. Wright believed in designing structures which were in harmony with humanity and its environment, a philosophy he called organic architecture. This philosophy was best exemplified by his design for Fallingwater (1935), which has been called "the best all-time work of American architecture".[1] Wright was a leader of the Prairie School movement of architecture, and developed the concept of the Usonian home, his unique vision for urban planning in the United States.

His work includes original and innovative examples of many different building types, including offices, churches, schools, skyscrapers, hotels, and museums. Wright also designed many of the interior elements of his buildings, such as the furniture and stained glass. Wright authored 20 books and many articles, and was a popular lecturer in the United States and in Europe. His colorful personal life often made headlines, most notably for the 1914 fire and murders at his Taliesin studio. Already well-known during his lifetime, Wright was recognized in 1991 by the American Institute of Architects as "the greatest American architect of all time".[1




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Frank Lloyd Wright was born in the farming town of Richland Center, Wisconsin, United States, in 1867, and named Frank Lincoln Wright. His father, William Carey Wright (1825–1904) was a locally admired orator, music teacher, occasional lawyer and itinerant minister. William Wright had met and married Anna Lloyd Jones (1838/39 – 1923), a county school teacher, the previous year when he was employed as the superintendent of schools for Richland County. Originally from Massachusetts, William Wright had been a Baptist minister but he later joined his wife's family in the Unitarian faith. Anna was a member of the large, prosperous and well-known Lloyd Jones family of Unitarians, who had emigrated from Wales to Spring Green, Wisconsin. One of Anna's brothers was Jenkin Lloyd Jones, who would become an important figure in the spread of the Unitarian faith in the Western United States. Both of Wright's parents were strong-willed individuals with idiosyncratic interests that they passed on to him. In his biography his mother declared, when she was expecting her first child, that he would grow up to build beautiful buildings. She decorated his nursery with engravings of English cathedrals torn from a periodical to encourage the infant's ambition. The family moved to Weymouth, Massachusetts in 1870 for William to minister a small congregation. In 1876, Anna visited the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia and saw an exhibit of educational blocks created by Friedrich Wilhelm August Fröbel. The blocks, known as Froebel Gifts, were the foundation of his innovative kindergarten curriculum. A trained teacher, Anna was excited by the program and bought a set of blocks for her family. Young Wright spent much time playing with the blocks. These were geometrically shaped and could be assembled in various combinations to form three-dimensional compositions. Wright's autobiography talks about the influence of these exercises on his approach to design. Many of his buildings are notable for their geometrical clarity.

The Wright family struggled financially in Weymouth and returned to Spring Green, Wisconsin, where the supportive Lloyd Jones clan could help William find employment. They settled in Madison, where William taught music lessons and served as the secretary to the newly formed Unitarian society. Although William was a distant parent, he shared his love of music, especially the works of Johann Sebastian Bach, with his children.

Soon after Wright turned 14 his parents separated. Anna had been unhappy for some time with William's inability to provide for his family and asked him to leave. The divorce was finalized in 1885 after William sued Anna for lack of physical affection. William left Wisconsin after the divorce and Wright claimed he never saw his father again.[2] At this time Wright changed his middle name from Lincoln to Lloyd in honor of his mother's family, the Lloyd Joneses. As the only male left in the family, Wright assumed financial responsibility for his mother and two sisters.

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Srīnivāsa Rāmānujan FRS pronunciation (help·info) (Tamil: சீனிவாச இராமானுஜன்) (22 December 1887 – 26 April 1920) was an Indian mathematician and autodidact who, with almost no formal training in pure mathematics, made extraordinary contributions to mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite series and continued fractions. Ramanujan was said by the English mathematician G.H. Hardy to be in the same league as mathematicians like Euler and Gauss in terms of natural genius.[1]

Born in Erode, Madras Presidency, to a poor Brahmin family, Ramanujan first encountered formal mathematics at age 10. He demonstrated a natural ability, and was given books on advanced trigonometry written by S. L. Loney.[2] He mastered them by age 12, and even discovered theorems of his own, including independently re-discovering Euler's identity. He demonstrated unusual mathematical skills at school, winning accolades and awards. By 17, Ramanujan conducted his own mathematical research on Bernoulli numbers and the Euler–Mascheroni constant. He received a scholarship to study at Government College in Kumbakonam, but lost it when he failed his non-mathematical coursework. He joined another college to pursue independent mathematical research, working as a clerk in the Accountant-General's office at the Madras Port Trust Office to support himself.[3] In 1912–1913, he sent samples of his theorems to three academics at the University of Cambridge. Only Hardy recognised the brilliance of his work, subsequently inviting Ramanujan to visit and work with him at Cambridge. He became a Fellow of the Royal Society and a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, dying of illness, malnutrition and possibly liver infection in 1920 at the age of 32.

During his short lifetime, Ramanujan independently compiled nearly 3900 results (mostly identities and equations).[4] Although a small number of these results were actually false and some were already known, most of his claims have now been proven correct.[5] He stated results that were both original and highly unconventional, such as the Ramanujan prime and the Ramanujan theta function, and these have inspired a vast amount of further research.[6] However, the mathematical mainstream has been rather slow in absorbing some of his major discoveries. The Ramanujan Journal, an international publication, was launched to publish work in all areas of mathematics influenced by his work.[7]

In recognition of his contribution to mathematics, the Government of India declared in Dec 2011 to celebrate Ramajuan's birthday as the 'National Mathematics Day' every year on 22 December and declared 2012 as the 'National Mathematical Year'.
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Personality and spiritual life

Ramanujan has been described as a person with a somewhat shy and quiet disposition, a dignified man with pleasant manners.[79] He lived a rather Spartan life while at Cambridge. Ramanujan's first Indian biographers describe him as rigorously orthodox. Ramanujan credited his acumen to his family Goddess, Namagiri of Namakkal. He looked to her for inspiration in his work,[80] and claimed to dream of blood drops that symbolised her male consort, Narasimha, after which he would receive visions of scrolls of complex mathematical content unfolding before his eyes.[81] He often said, "An equation for me has no meaning, unless it represents a thought of God."[82][83]

Hardy cites Ramanujan as remarking that all religions seemed equally true to him.[84] Hardy further argued that Ramanujan's religiousness had been romanticised by Westerners and overstated—in reference to his belief, not practice—by Indian biographers. At the same time, he remarked on Ramanujan's strict observance of vegetarianism.
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Namagiri is a Hindu goddess worshipped especially in the Namakkal district of Tamil Nadu state in Southern India. The name "Namagiri" translated from Sanskrit into Tamil sounds like "Namakkal". Her devotees worship her as a consort of Narasimha, an avatar (incarnation) of the deity, Vishnu. Namagiri was the mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan's family deity.
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Quan Yin, the great goddess and Mother of Compassion, loved and revered throughout Asia. A beautiful expression of Divine Mother. Mercy means there is more assistance given through love than through merit earned. Following her ascension Kwan Yin turned back to save others and made this pledge - "Never will I seek, nor receive, private individual salvation, never will I enter into final peace alone, but forever and everywhere will I live and strive for the redemption of every creature throughout the world from the bonds of conditioned existence". Kwan Yin is associated with the earth, fertility, and birth, and healing. She has also brought forth the energies of Magnified Healing. Quan Yin is known as the Goddess of Compassion and is often depicted riding on a dragon. She is the eastern counterpart of Mother Mary and she works to balance the feminine energy. She is one of the Lords of Karma representing the sixth ray. Isis carried the same 'mother energy' in Egyptian and Hinduism, Shakti (Vishnu's wife), Pavarti (Shiva's wife) and Sita (Rama's wife). Her proper name is Kuanshih Yin and means "She who harkens to the cries of the world". She is honored in Japan and China. A Celestial Bodhisatva and Ascended Master


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The Ascended Masters have worked with mankind throughout the centuries. Most of the time in the past the Ascended Masters have worked in the background. There were some Ascended Masters who have assisted mankind such as Sanat Kumara. also known in the Bible as the "Ancient of Days", by some He is known as the "Lord of the World".

Sanat Kumara came ages ago to give assistance to the Earth when it would have been dissolved otherwise. He offered His own free will to supply the Light required to sustain the Earth and keep the Earth in the system until enough so mankind could be raised to a point where they could carry the responsibility of emitting sufficient Light.

Ascended Master Saint Germain's Cosmic Name is "Freedom". He is the Cosmic Father of the people of America. Saint Germain's work for the freedom of mankind began in that civilization seventy thousand years ago; when a whole civilization could have been raised into the Ascension had they continued to give obedience instead of becoming rebellious.

Saint Germain's most recent work with mankind came forth in the 1930's. He worked with Mr. & Mrs. Ballard to establish the focus on the "I AM" Presence. Through the Ballards, Saint Germain and other Ascended Masters gave dictation's. Some of the other Ascended Masters where, Great Divine Director, Mighty Victory, Mighty Victory and Ascended Master Jesus.

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(0 F.E.) (First published as the book edition in 1951)

The first story is set on Trantor, the capital planet of the 12,000-year-old Galactic Empire. Whilst the empire gives the appearance of stability, beneath this façade it is suffering a slow decay. Hari Seldon, a mathematician and psychologist, has developed psychohistory which equates all possibilities in large societies to mathematics, allowing predictable long term outcomes.

Seldon discovers a horrifying truth to the Empire's decay, but his results are considered treasonable and attract attention from the Commission of Public Safety — the effective rulers of the Empire. This leads to his arrest. A young mathematician Gaal Dornick, who has just arrived on Trantor, is also arrested. On trial, Seldon shares the discoveries made through psychohistory, such as the collapse of the Empire within 500 years, followed by a 30,000-year period of barbarism.

Seldon proposes an alternative to this future; one that would not avert the collapse but shorten the interregnum period to a mere 1000 years. But this plan would require a large group of people to develop a compendium of all human knowledge, titled the Encyclopedia Galactica.

A still skeptical commission, worried of making Seldon a martyr, offer him the choice of execution for treason or acceptance of exile with his group of 'Encyclopedists' to a remote planet Terminus. There, they will carry out the Plan under an imperial decree, while Seldon would remain barred from returning to Trantor.
Hidden in plain sight when scifi becomes reality

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Parable - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A parable is [1] a succinct story, in prose or verse, which illustrates one or more instructive principles, or lessons, or (sometimes) a normative principle. It differs from a fable in that fables use animals, plants, inanimate objects, and forces of nature as characters, while parables generally feature human characters. It is a type of analogy.[2]

Some scholars of the Canonical gospels and the New Testament apply the term "parable" only to the parables of Jesus,[3] though that is not a common restriction of the term. Parables such as "The Prodigal Son" are central to Jesus' teaching method in both the canonical narratives and the apocrypha.

Etymology

The word "parable" comes from the Greek παραβολή (parabolē), meaning "comparison, illustration, analogy".[4] It was the name given by Greek rhetoricians to any fictive illustration in the form of a brief narrative. Later it came to mean a fictitious narrative, generally referring to something that might naturally occur, by which spiritual and moral matters might be conveyed.[5]

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In mathematics, the parabola ( /pəˈræbələ/; plural parabolae or parabolas, from the Greek παραβολή) is a conic section, the intersection of a right circular conical surface and a plane parallel to a generating straight line of that surface. Given a point (the focus) and a corresponding line (the directrix) on the plane, the locus of points in that plane that are equidistant from them is a parabola.

The line perpendicular to the directrix and passing through the focus (that is, the line that splits the parabola through the middle) is called the "axis of symmetry". The point on the axis of symmetry that intersects the parabola is called the "vertex", and it is the point where the curvature is greatest. Parabolas can open up, down, left, right, or in some other arbitrary direction. Any parabola can be repositioned and rescaled to fit exactly on any other parabola — that is, all parabolas are similar.

The parabola has many important applications, from automobile headlight reflectors to the design of ballistic missiles. They are frequently used in physics, engineering, and many other areas.

Parabolic compass designed by Leonardo da Vinci



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The Abydos Helicopter & The Golden Section

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At Abydos, in the ancient temple built by Seti I, and his son Ramses II, on a heavy stone slab supporting the ceiling are hieroglyphical writings, which are illustrated by a most eye catching, and thought provoking scene - an array of four futuristic craft.
dIf this were modern art, we would have no doubt that it clearly shows a helicopter next to a stacked formation of three harder to identify advanced craft. Disavowal stems strictly from the fact that this art is over 3,000 years old, and we know that there was no advanced technology and science in our misty past -
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Menmaatre Seti I (also called Sethos I after the Greeks) was a Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt (Nineteenth dynasty of Egypt), the son of Ramesses I and Queen Sitre, and the father of Ramesses II. As with all dates in Ancient Egypt, the actual dates of his reign are unclear, and various historians claim different dates, with 1294 BC – 1279 BC[4] and 1290 BC to 1279 BC[5] being the most commonly used by scholars today.

The name Seti means "of Set", which indicates that he was consecrated to the god Set (commonly "Seth"). As with most Pharaohs, Seti had several names. Upon his ascension, he took the prenomen mn-m3‘t-r‘, which translates as Menmaatre in Egyptian,which means " Eternal is the Justice of Re."[1] His better known nomen, or birth name is technically transliterated as sty mry-n-ptḥ, or Sety Merenptah, meaning "Man of Set, beloved of Ptah". Manetho incorrectly considered him to be the founder of the 19th dynasty.
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Ramses II (Berber: Ramsis Wiss 2) , according to L. Balout, C. Roubet and C. Desroches-Noblecourt, study titled 'La Momie de Ramsès II: Contribution Scientifique à l'Égyptologie (1985).' Balout and Roubet concluded that "the anthropological study and the microscopic analysis" of the pharaoh's hair showed that Ramses II was "a fair-skinned man related to the Prehistoric and Antiquity Mediterranean peoples, or briefly, of the Berbers of Africa."
Shoshenq I (Berber: Cicnaq), Egyptian Pharaoh of Libyan origin, founder of the Twenty-second dynasty of Egypt
[edit]Kings of Numidia
Masinissa (Berber: Masnsen), King of Numidia, North Africa, present day Algeria and Tunisia
Jugurtha (Berber: Yugerten), King of Numidia
Juba I
I (Berber: Yuba Wiss 2), King of Numidia
[edit]Roman Emperors and Generals
Macrinus, Roman emperor for 14 months in 217 and 218
Clodius Albinus, governor of Britannia
Lusius Quietus, governor of Judaea and one of the best Trajan's chief generals
Quintus Lollius Urbicus, governor of Britannia from 138 to 144
Septimius Severus, Roman emperor from 193 to 211
[edit]Writers
Terence (Berber: Tirines), (Publius Terentius Afer), Roman writer
Apuleius (Berber: Afulay), Roman writer ("half-Numidian, half-Gaetulian")
Priscian , Latin grammarian of the 5th Century, born in modern Algeria
[edit]Christians
Saint Augustine of Hippo, from Tagaste, was Amazigh
Saint Monica of Hippo, Saint Augustine's mother
Arius, who proposed the doctrine of Arianism
Donatus Magnus, leader of the Donatist schism
[edit]Others
Tacfarinas (Berber: Takfarin, Takfarinas), who fought the Romans in the Aures Mountains
Firmus, who fought the Romans Between 372 and 375
Gildo (Berber: Gildu, Gellid), who fought the Romans in 398
[edit]In medieval times

Adrian of Canterbury, Abbot of St Augustine's Abbey in Canterbury
Dihya or al-Kahina
Aksil or Kusayla
Salih ibn Tarif of the Berghouata
Tariq ibn Ziyad, one of the leaders of the Moorish conquest of Iberia in 711.
Ibn Tumart, founder of the Almohad dynasty
Yusuf ibn Tashfin, founder of the Almoravid dynasty
Ibn Battuta (1304–1377), Moroccan traveller and explorer
al-Ajurrumi (famous grammarian of Arabic)
Fodhil al-Warthilani, traveler and religious scholar of the 18th century
Abu Yaqub Yusuf I, who had the Giralda in Seville built.
Abu Yaqub Yusuf II, who had the Torre del Oro in Seville built.
Ziri ibn Manad founder of the Zirid dynasty
Sidi Mahrez Tunisian saint
Ibn Al jهzzar famous doctor of Kairouan, 980.
Muhammad Awzal (ca. 1680–1749), prolific Sous Berber poet (see also Ocean of Tears)
Muhammad al-Jazuli, author of the Dala'il al-Khairat, Sufi
Imam Buseiri, poet and author of the famous poem Qasida Burda – lived in Alexandria
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Chamharouch, the king of "jinn"

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At about 2,000 meters above sea level halfway between the village of Imlil and refuge NELTI (located at the foot of Toubkal), Chamharouch is a well known place of pilgrimage around the mountain.

This place, supposed to honor the King of "jinn", would have the power to heal people with mental illness. To get rid of its evils, the pilgrim patient must stay long enough. Some remained there for years, according to the words of one local resident. A huge rock, painted white covers, according to legend, the place came to collect the "djinn" Chamharouch. It is at this precise location, in a cavity beneath the huge rock that "pilgrims" to collect.

In the mountains, among Berbers, roam the trails jnoun mainly in the evening or at night. The jnoun are the demons, the spirits that take the behind, pressing to look over your shoulder. They accompany you everywhere. Sometimes your own jnoun (plural of djinn ) will take quarrel with those of your partner. This explains the sudden bursts of antipathy which sometimes overwhelm you for no apparent reason during a first meeting. Conversely if your jnoun and his family are friendly, so immediately you become best friends.

The jnoun attend preferably some places, the vicinity of cemeteries, sunken roads, desolate places. It is important not to let the bad jnoun in the house. Sometimes you will notice a door on the imprint of a hand-dipped in color. It is the hand that pushes the evil eye, clearly indicating "Keep driving, you do not want bad jnoun here.."

The jnoun are incredibly present in the life of every day. They mingle shamelessly affairs of the living. Sometimes they are bad but sometimes they defend the innocent and do justice to the humble.

A Boumalne Dades, the jnoun intervened several times. Mohamed told me the story. Mohamed is not particularly superstitious, or even truly believing. It is not one to rush to the mosque every call to prayer. He studied at Ouarzazate. But Boumalne in the 80's, he was a child, there was a warrant officer of the gendarmerie that was law and order. One day the police captured a man in the souk of the village. They dragged him to the brigade to make him confess his sins, actual or imaginary. There, they shut him up, he was brutalized.

And while the village sleeps, that the police are about to take exhausted a well deserved rest, the first stone hits the front. Others follow, a deluge of stones came from nowhere. The windows broke, the door cracks, stones fly in, the furniture rush in all directions. The police are trying an output, the gun battery. Impossible, you must take cover. Person on whom to fire, except those that arise stones flying from the sky, whistling in their ears. The next day, the accused is released for lack of serious evidence.

A short time later, Mohamed I swear he was there with his bike and he has seen it all, some time later, the sergeant was transferred to another position. He commanded a cart, he pushes his personal belongings, furniture. The bed just charge ignites spontaneously reduced to ashes in an instant the contents of the trailer.

Mohamed does not draw further conclusion that the evidence of the existence of jnoun. These are the jnoun who spoke to hunt and to continue their brutal vengeance this Warrant and hated.


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You should listen to this show; especially when he talks about Seti 1 Father of Ramses II

William Henry - Light Beings 01/11

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Elusive molecules in the Earth’s atmosphere may be helping to cool the planet more efficiently than scientists previously thought, a new study suggests.

They are called Criegee intermediates, or Criegee biradicals (named after the German chemist Rudolf Criegee), and are short-lived molecules that form in the Earth’s atmosphere when ozone reacts with alkenes (a family of organic compounds). While scientists have known about the intermediates for decades, they haven't been able to directly measure how the molecules react with other atmospheric compounds, such as the pollutants nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide, until now.
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Good to read you Dave

You guys should check this out...a DIY 3D Led 8*8*8 Cube:



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also: this looks fun and easy to make:

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also about the 3d 8*8*8 cube:



Walter Russell Drawings







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Now, I'm going to ask you to use the child residing inside you ...and please watch the following...it is available online if you look for it

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Once Upon a Time... Space differs from the rest of the Once Upon a Time titles in the sense that the series revolve on a dramatic content rather than an educational premise. The series still has a handful of educational information (such as an episode discussing the rings of the planet Saturn).

The series succeeds Once Upon a Time... Man. It reprises almost the entire totality of the characters of the previous series and adapts them into a science-fiction context.

The story tells about the confrontation of many big galactic powers. Among them there is the Omega Confederation, of which Earth is a member of; the military republic of Cassiopée led by the general Le Teigneux; and a powerful supercomputer which controls an army of robots. A group of super powerful creatures called the Humanoids later appear in the series. Once Upon a Time... Space features the adventures of Pierrot (son of colonel Pierre and president Pierrette) and his friend Psi.


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The Friendship Case ( Il Caso Amicizia ) Full-Length Part 1 - YouTube

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English Version (in 5 parts) of an Italian documentary describing the extraordinary Italian case of alien contact with a group of men. Part 3 contains an apparent real recording of a message of friendship given by them to us (see 6 : 11 ). See part 5 for a UFO connection with Voltaire and St. Germain

It had been kept secret for half a century, but only just recently came to light after the death of one the men involved (Bruno Sammaciccia had asked for it to be kept secret until after his death).

In Pescara, during the 50s to 70s, a group of extraterrestrials had contacted a number of unsuspecting people directly. This project was called 'Amicizia.' These men would be brought to their (etheric) 'bases' located on earth and apparently on board the UFOs.

The people involved were of high social and cultural status, among them was the notable Console Alberto Perego. This is a collection of testimonials from them, which also shows excellent quality footage and photography of the phenomena, as well as apparent 'messages' (of love and goodwill) given to us from these beings.

Author: Pier Giorgio Caria, Director: Luca Trovellesi Cesana, Executive Producer: Diego Corvaro, Montage: Pietro Di Stefano, Giorgio Di Stefano.


You will be surprised how much info is in this Animated series



best way to influence a culture is through her children

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Principle of Correspondence

sorry for the long story but here is an example taken from the book Freakonomics : Story about the KKK

After just a few weeks inside the Klan, Kennedy was eager to hurt it any way he
could. When he heard about Klan plans for a union-busting rally, he fed the
information to a union friend. He passed along Klan information to the assistant
attorney general of Georgia, an established Klan buster. After researching the
Klan’s corporate charter, Kennedy wrote to the governor of Georgia suggesting
the grounds upon which the charter should be revoked: the Klan had been
designated a non-profit, non-political organization, but Kennedy had proof that
it was clearly devoted to both profits and politics.
None of Kennedy’s efforts produced the desired effect. The Klan was so
entrenched and broad-based that Kennedy felt as if he were tossing pebbles at a
giant. And even if he could somehow damage the Klan in Atlanta, the thousands
of other chapters around the country—the Klan was by now in the midst of a
serious revival—would go untouched.
Kennedy was supremely frustrated, and out of this frustration was born a stroke
of brilliance. He had noticed one day a group of young boys playing some kind
of spy game in which they exchanged silly secret passwords. It reminded him of
the Klan. Wouldn’t it be nice, he thought, to get the Klan’s passwords and the
rest of its secrets into the hands of kids all across the country? What better way to
defang a secret society than to infantilize—and make public—its most secret
information? (Coincidentally, in Birth of a Nation, a former Confederate soldier
is inspired to start the Klan when he sees a pair of white children hide under a
sheet to scare a group of black children.)
Kennedy thought of the ideal outlet for this mission: the Adventures of
Superman radio show, broadcast each night at dinnertime to millions of listeners
nationwide. He contacted the show’s producers and asked if they would like to
write some episodes about the Ku Klux Klan. The producers were enthusiastic.
Superman had spent years fighting Hitler and Mussolini and Hirohito, but with
the war over, he was in need of fresh villains
.

Kennedy began feeding his best Klan information to the Superman producers.
He told them about Mr. Ayak and Mr. Akai, and he passed along overheated
passages from the Klan’s bible, which was called the Kloran. (Kennedy never did
learn why a white Christian supremacist group would give its bible essentially
the same name as the most holy book of Islam.) He explained the role of Klan
officers in any local Klavern: the Klaliff (vice president), Klokard (lecturer),
Kludd (chaplain), Kligrapp (secretary), Klabee (treasurer), Kladd (conductor),
Klarogo (inner guard), Klexter (outer guard), the Klokann (a five-man
investigative committee), and the Klavaliers (the strong-arm group to which
Kennedy himself belonged, and whose captain was called Chief Ass Tearer). He
spelled out the Klan hierarchy as it proceeded from the local to the national level:
an Exalted Cyclops and his twelve Terrors; a Great Titan and his twelve Furies; a
Grand Dragon and his nine Hydras; and the Imperial Wizard and his fifteen
Genii. And Kennedy told the producers the current passwords, agenda, and
gossip emanating from his own Klan chapter, Nathan Bedford Forrest Klavern
No. 1, Atlanta, Realm of Georgia.
The radio producers began to write four weeks’ worth of programs in which
Superman would wipe out the Ku Klux Klan.
Kennedy couldn’t wait for the first Klan meeting after the show hit the air. Sure
enough, the Klavern was in distress. The Grand Dragon tried to run a normal
meeting but the rank and file shouted him down. “When I came home from work
the other night,” one of them complained, “there was my kid and a bunch of
others, some with towels tied around their necks like capes and some with
pillowcases over their heads. The ones with capes was chasing the ones with
pillowcases all over the lot. When I asked them what they were doing, they said
they were playing a new kind of cops and robbers called Superman against the
Klan. Gangbusting, they called it! Knew all our secret passwords and everything.
I never felt so ridiculous in all my life! Suppose my own kid finds my Klan robe
some day?”
The Grand Dragon promised to expose the Judas in their midst.
“The damage has already been done,” said one Klansman.
“Our sacred ritual being profaned by a bunch of kids on the radio!” said the
Kladd.
“They didn’t put it all on the air,” the Grand Dragon offered.
“What they didn’t broadcast wasn’t worth broadcasting,” said the Kladd.
The Dragon suggested they change their password immediately, from “red-
blooded” to “death to traitors.”
After that night’s meeting, Kennedy phoned in the new password to the
Superman producers, who promised to write it into the next show. At the
following week’s Klan meeting, the room was nearly empty; applications for new
membership had fallen to zero.


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obstructionism, and intimidation—

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Happy New Year of The Dragon...seems to be following us ...the Dragon that is

from the link you provided:

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The Bodhisattvacharyāvatāra or Bodhicaryāvatāra, sometimes translated into English as A Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life, is a famous Mahāyāna Buddhist text written c. 700 AD in Sanskrit verse by Shantideva (Śāntideva), a Buddhist monk at Nālandā Monastic University in India. It has ten chapters dedicated to the development of bodhicitta (the mind of enlightenment) through the practice of the six perfections (Skt. Pāramitās). The text begins with a chapter describing the benefits of the wish to reach enlightenment. The sixth chapter on the Pāramitā of patience (this i need ) (Skt. Kṣānti, kshanti) is considered by many Buddhists to be the pinnacle of writing on this subject and is the source of numerous quotations attributed to Śāntideva. Tibetan scholars consider the ninth "Wisdom" chapter to be one of the most succinct expositions of the Madhyamaka view. The tenth chapter is used as one of the most popular Mahāyāna prayers.

Harmonic Math


ps: she is definitively coming...

Idir-A Vava Inouva by Lionel Tunisiano - YouTube song in berber...amazing

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from: Essaouira - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Essaouira presents itself as a city full of culture: several small art galleries are found all over the town. Since 1998, the Gnaoua Festival of World Music is held in Essaouira, normally in the last week of June. It brings together artists from all over the world. Although focussed on gnaoua music, it includes rock, jazz and reggae. Dubbed as the "Moroccan Woodstock" it lasts four days and attracts annually around 450,000 spectators.

Essaouira in the mid-sixties was the place where hippies gathered a number of communities that hosted among other artists like Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa, Bob Marley, Sting. Jimi Hendrix to attract gnaoua was in Essaouira, Morocco introduced to music by blacks slaves.

Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - No Quarter Unledded "GNAWA"

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Having found the 7 Cathedrals, I turned my eyes back to Morocco...Did you know that in the region of Essaouira, there is a legend about the 7 Saints

so i searched some more Zawiyah, and found a peculiar photo...the least you could say...I'll keep you hanging a bit...

The Region it was found in , is known for a long historical presence of a Jewish population and Jewish Saints, which to this day is visited



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The spring Regraga



Annually in Morocco, is held in late March by the brotherhood popular Regraga Daour a year. This pilgrimage, which takes place on the territory of Chiadma in the province of Essaouira, lasts 44 days and involves 40 steps. A singular event popular, religious, economic ...

The fabulous tour of the Seven men Regraga According to an immutable tradition, was launched, as every spring for forty-four successive days, the pilgrimage circular Regraga around the tombs of the Seven Saints.

The fascinating history of Regraga is maintained by a living tradition which makes Haouariyoun (the apostles), followers of Sidna Aissa (Jesus) through Saint-Jean (Sidi Yahya).

Rites and observed in their songs Moussem by Abdelkader Mana, recorded in his famous book on Regraga also strangely remind the biblical story of the Table Spread. Arrived in Andalusia according to this legend, the ancestors of these four Regraga fled by sea the persecution they endured in their monotheistic faith, to land on the banks of Oued Tensift to Kouz they have established a place of prayer, called Berber Timzkden n'houren (Mosque of the Apostles).

Disciples of Jesus, professing a belief similar to Arianism, the Regraga particularly proud of their second top-fact: their encounter with the Prophet Mohamed and Islam Sidna in Arabia, which makes them companions, first introducers of Islam in Morocco. However, a thesis put into question by the ulama of Fez of the seventeenth century, but still strongly defended by Regraga.

According to this belief: seven men reportedly went to Saudi to meet the chosen of God, which they expected Sidna Mohamed prophecy. Converted to Islam, they receive the blessing of the Prophet to spread the new religion among their countrymen. Mission accomplished if one believes the legend that the jumper would have found Oqba Ibn Nafii Haha Islamized the country on entry into Morocco.

As warrior monks, followers of orthodoxy, the Regraga also illustrated by their struggle against heretics Berghouata, introduction of legal chadilite rite in Morocco and later, their battles against the Portuguese occupiers, while up to the present, their baraka fertilization is earnestly invoked by the tribes and Chiadma Haha.

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This pilgrimage is performed by thirteen circular zaouias, down or affiliates of seven saints. It takes place in forty-four steps and thirty-eight days. Reference to the forty days of flood and saints hidden apotropéens who took turns to carry the burden of the mystical world. From the outset, we are in the mystical symbolism of numbers. The 40 days of the flood, the 40 hidden saints apotropéens who take turns to carry the burden of the mystical world.

There are only thirteen zaouias (sanctuaries of direct or indirect descendants of the seven holy founders). But the other steps are either Seyyed (sanctuaries without descendants), or a simple cenotaph (where lords hoarding their money in troubled times, they say). Or without domes catafalques, tombs disproportionately located near a major Argan Tree, a cave or atop a sacred mountain.

Legend of the Seven Saints is quite answered in the Mediterranean. One of the best known versions is that the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus in Turkey mentioned in Sura of the Cave:
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On the heels of their trajectory, the Regraga draw on the geographical area of Chiadma two huge wheels that seem to reproduce a cosmic constellation on earth. It is perhaps no coincidence that one of the tribes called Njoum precisely: the stars.

start at 1 min 10

to you old friend, you know who you are

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Wah Wah - Robert Plant

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From my island home I feel a chance
Kiss the tide - goes time and circumstance
Give me peace of mind and let me dance
Bury all my pain of years beneath the sand
On my heels these wings I gladly wear
Laugh into the face of anger and despair
Give me peace of mind and let me dance
Bury all my pain of years beneath the sand


powerful

original statue Flying Mercury




Nass El Ghiwane London 1980 By nass-elghiwane.com - YouTube

when i listen to it it reminds me of the sons of the wind ....

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same as:

Kamli Wale Mohammed - Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (Part 1/3) - YouTube

or this one...which is unbelievable (sorry for the update )

Ravi Shankar, Alla Rakha - Tabla Solo in Jhaptal - YouTube

and listen to what he says


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Wah Wah - Robert Plant





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Nass El Ghiwane London 1980 By nass-elghiwane.com - YouTube

when i listen to it it reminds me of the sons of the wind ....
look what i found ..nice coincidence

Amazon.com: The Sons of the Wind: The Sacred Stories of the Lakota (9780806132242): D. M. Dooling: Books




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This is a central myth of the Plains tribes, especially the Lakota, or Sioux. It tells how the Lakota first received their sacred pipe and the ceremony in which to use it. It has often been related, for example by Black Elk, Lame Deer and Looks for Buffalo.

In the days before the Lakota had horses on which to hunt the buffalo, food was often scarce. One summer when the Lakota nation had camped together, there was very little to eat. Two young men of the Itazipcho band – the ‘Without-Bows’ – decided they would rise early and look for game. They left the camp while the dogs were still yawning, and set out across the plain, accompanied only by the song of the yellow meadowlark.

After a while the day began to grow warm. Crickets chirruped in the waving grass, prairie dogs darted into their holes as the braves approached, but still there was no real game. So the young men made towards a little hill from which they would see further across the vast expanse of level prairie. Reaching it, they shielded their eyes and scanned the distance, but what they saw coming out of the growing heat haze was something bright, that seemed to go on two legs, not four. In a while they could see that it was a very beautiful woman in shining white buckskin.

As the woman came closer, they could see that her buckskin was wonderfully decorated with sacred designs in rainbow-coloured porcupine quills. She carried a bundle on her back, and a fan of fragrant sage leaves in her hand. Her jet-black hair was loose, except for a single strand tied with buffalo fur. Her eyes were full of light and power, and the young men were transfixed.

Now one of the men was filled with a burning desire. ‘What a woman!’ he said sideways to his friend. ‘And all alone on the prairie. I’m going to make the most of this!’

‘You fool,’ said the other. ‘This woman is holy.’

But the foolish one had made up his mind, and when the woman beckoned him towards her, he needed no second invitation. As he reached out for her, they were both enveloped in a great cloud. When it lifted, the woman stood there, while at her feet was nothing but a pile of bones with terrible snakes writhing among them.

‘Behold,’ said the woman to the good brave. ‘I am coming to your people with a message from Tatanka Oyate, the buffalo nation. Return to Chief Standing Hollow Horn and tell him what you have seen. Tell him to prepare a tipi large enough for all his people, and to get ready for my coming.’
I have to say honestly my jaw dropped when read it



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‘Look on this,’ she said, ‘and always love and respect it. No one who is impure should ever touch this bundle, for it contains the sacred pipe.’

She unrolled the skin bundle and took out a pipe, and a small round stone which she put down on the ground.

‘With this pipe you will walk on the earth, which is your grandmother and your mother. The earth is sacred, and so is every step that you take on her. The bowl of the pipe is of red stone; it is the earth. Carved into it and facing the centre is the buffalo calf, who stands for all the four-leggeds. The stem is of wood, which stands for all that grows on the earth. These twelve hanging feathers from the Spotted Eagle stand for all the winged creatures. All these living things of the universe are the children of Mother Earth. You are all joined as one family, and you will be reminded of this when you smoke the pipe. Treat this pipe and the earth with respect, and your people will increase and prosper.’

The woman told them that seven circles carved on the stone represented the seven rites in which the people would learn to use the sacred pipe. The first was for the rite of ‘keeping the soul’, which she now taught them. The remaining rites they would learn in due course.

The woman made as if to leave the lodge, but then she turned and spoke to Standing Hollow Horn again. ‘This pipe will carry you to the end. Remember that in me there are four ages. I am going now, but I will look on your people in every age, and at the end I will return.’

She now walked slowly around the lodge in a sunwise direction. The people were silent and filled with awe. Even the hungry young children watched her, their eyes alive with wonder. Then she left. But after she had walked a short distance, she faced the people again and sat down on the prairie. The people gazing after her were amazed to see that when she stood up she had become a young red and brown buffalo calf. The calf walked further into the prairie, and then lay down and rolled over, looking back at the people.

When she stood up she was a white buffalo. The white buffalo walked on until she was a bright speck in the distant prairie, and then rolled over again, and became a black buffalo. This buffalo walked away, stopped, bowed to the four directions of the earth, and finally disappeared over the hill.
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This is the only myth in which White Buffalo Woman appears. Moreover, there is no attempt to create a whole life story for her, and she has no identifiable family or husband, unlike the Navajo’s Changing Woman. She is altogether mysterious, appearing on the distant horizon, bringing her gifts, and then departing. In her self-sufficiency and virgin inviolability she is like the Greek goddesses Athene and Artemis, though since the coming of the Native American Church, many Native people have identified her with the Virgin Mary.
[quote]When the White Buffalo Woman enters the lodge she walks around it in the solar directions, to meet the chief in the west (opposite the east, place of dawn and therefore of enlightenment). The spotted eagle feathers on the pipe are symbols of transcendent solar spiritual power. His feathers are equated with rays of the sun. As Joseph Epes Brown says, when a Lakota wears the eagle-feathered war bonnet, he ‘actually becomes the eagle, which is to say that he identifies himself, his real Self, with Wakan Tanka.’ Thus when the Ghost Dancers sang, ‘The Spotted Eagle is coming to carry me away,’] they were referring to spiritual transcendence of the material world.[/QUOTE

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Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni[1] (6 March 1475 – 18 February 1564), commonly known as Michelangelo (Italian pronunciation: [mikeˈlandʒelo]), was an Italian Renaissance sculptor, painter, architect, poet, and engineer who exerted an unparalleled influence on the development of Western art.[2] Despite making few forays beyond the arts, his versatility in the disciplines he took up was of such a high order that he is often considered a contender for the title of the archetypal Renaissance man, along with fellow Italian Leonardo da Vinci.

Michelangelo was considered the greatest living artist in his lifetime, and ever since then he has been held to be one of the greatest artists of all time.[2] A number of his works in painting, sculpture, and architecture rank among the most famous in existence.[2] His output in every field during his long life was prodigious; when the sheer volume of correspondence, sketches, and reminiscences that survive is also taken into account, he is the best-documented artist of the 16th century. Two of his best-known works, the Pietà and David, were sculpted before he turned thirty. Despite his low opinion of painting, Michelangelo also created two of the most influential works in fresco in the history of Western art: the scenes from Genesis on the ceiling and The Last Judgment on the altar wall of the Sistine Chapel in Rome. As an architect, Michelangelo pioneered the Mannerist style at the Laurentian Library. At 74 he succeeded Antonio da Sangallo the Younger as the architect of St. Peter's Basilica. Michelangelo transformed the plan, the western end being finished to Michelangelo's design, the dome being completed after his death with some modification.

In a demonstration of Michelangelo's unique standing, he was the first Western artist whose biography was published while he was alive.[3] Two biographies were published of him during his lifetime; one of them, by Giorgio Vasari, proposed that he was the pinnacle of all artistic achievement since the beginning of the Renaissance, a viewpoint that continued to have currency in art history for centuries. In his lifetime he was also often called Il Divino ("the divine one").[4] One of the qualities most admired by his contemporaries was his terribilità, a sense of awe-inspiring grandeur, and it was the attempts of subsequent artists to imitate Michelangelo's impassioned and highly personal style that resulted in Mannerism, the next major movement in Western art after the High Renaissance.

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