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Judge a Moth by the Beauty of Its Candle Rumi

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You are the king's son.
Why do you close yourself up?
Become a lover.

Don't aspire to be a general
or a minister of state.

One is a boredom for you,
the other a disgrace.

You have been a picture on a bathhouse wall
long enough. No one recognizes you here, do they?

God's lion disguised as a human being.
I saw that and put down the book
I was studying, Hariri's Maqamat.

There is no early and late for us.
The only way to measure a lover
is by the grandeur of the beloved.

Judge a moth by the beauty of its candle.

Shams is invisible because he is inside sight.
He is the intelligent essence
of what is everywhere at once, seeing
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I saw that and put down the book
I was studying, Hariri's Maqamat.



Maqama - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Maqāma (literally "assemblies") are an (originally) Arabic literary genre of rhymed prose with intervals of poetry ( sounds perfect for a 369 Lens in which rhetorical extravagance is conspicuous. The 10th century author Badī' al-Zaman al-Hamadhāni is said to have invented the form, which was extended by al-Hariri of Basra in the next century. Both authors' maqāmāt center on trickster figures whose wanderings and exploits in speaking to assemblies of the powerful are conveyed by a narrator. The protagonist is a silver-tongued hustler, a rogue drifter who survives by dazzling onlookers with virtuoso displays of rhetorical acrobatics, including mastery of classical Arabic poetry (or of biblical Hebrew poetry and prose in the case of the Hebrew maqāmāt), and classical philosophy. Typically, there are 50 unrelated episodes in which the rogue character, often in disguise, tricks the narrator out of his money and leads him into various straitened, embarrassing, and even violent circumstances. Despite this serial abuse, the narrator-dupe character continues to seek out the trickster, fascinated by his rhetorical flow.
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Manuscripts of al-Harīrī's Maqāmāt, anecdotes of a roguish wanderer Abu Zayd from Saruj, were frequently illustrated with miniatures.[1] al-Harīrī far exceeded the rhetorical stylistics of the genre’s innovator, al-Hamadhani, to such a degree that his maqāmāt were used as a textbook for rhetoric and lexicography (the cataloging of rare words from the Bedouin speech from the 7th and 8th centuries) and indeed as schoolbooks for until Early Modern times[2].

The maqāma genre was also cultivated in Hebrew in Spain ( Avicenne / Maimonide ) between beginning with Yehūda al-Ḥarīzī’s translation of al-Harīrī’s maqāmāt into Hebrew (ca. 1218 CE), which he titled maḥberōt ’ītī’ēl (‘the maqāmāt of Ithiel’). Two years later, he composed his own maḥbārōt, titled Sēfer Taḥkemōnī (‘The Book of the Tachmonite’). With this work, al-Ḥarīzī sought to raise the literary prestige of Hebrew to exceed that of Classical Arabic, just as the bulk of Iberian Jewry was finding itself living in a Spanish-speaking, Latin- or Hebrew-literate environment and Arabic was becoming less commonly studied and read.
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Later Hebrew maqāmāt made more significant departures, structurally and stylistically, from the classical Arabic maqāmāt of al-Hamadhānī and al-Harīrī. Joseph ibn Zabara (end of 12th-beginning of 13th c. CE), a resident of Barcelona and Catalan speaker, wrote the Sēfer sha‘ashū‘īm (‘The Book of Delights’), in which the author, the narrator, and the protagonist are all Ibn Zabara himself, and in which the episodes are arranged in linear, not cyclical fashion, in a way that anticipates the structure of Spanish picaresque novels such as the anonymous Lazarillo de Tormes (1535) and Guzmán de Alfarache (1599) by Mateo Alemán.
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Crop Circles in Sarvestan, Nr Shiraz, Fars. Reported 12th June 2012

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Here is a thought for you ...... Ley lines and Karma ..... we have discussed quite a bit the role of ley lines in this thread ..... and how certain geographical areas have dimensional vortices ............. as we ahve seen ..... all is connected at one level or Another .... so surley Karma and Ley Lines are connected ..... meaning that if you live in a crossing of ley lines ..... Karma will tend to be more reactive in those areas compare to other geographical spots

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3. Yin represents centrifugality. Yang represents centripetality. Yin and yang together produce energy and all phenomena.

8. Nothing is solely yin or solely yang. Everything is composed of both tendencies in varying degrees.

9. There is nothing neuter. Either yin or yang is in excess in every occurence.

10. Large yin attracts small yin. Large yang attracts small yang


3 + 8 + 9 + 10 = 8 + 4 = 12 = HM 3 .



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Songwriters: Roeser, D;

With a purposeful grimace and a terrible sound
He pulls the spitting high tension wires down

Helpless people on a subway train
Scream for God as He looks in on them

He picks up a bus and he throws it back down
As he wades through the buildings toward the center of town

Oh no, they say, he's got to go
Go go Godzilla, yeah
Oh no, there goes Tokyo
Go go Godzilla, yeah

Oh no, they say, he's got to go
Go go Godzilla, yeah
Oh no, there goes Tokyo
Go go Godzilla, yeah

Godzilla
Godzilla

Rinji news o moshiagemasu
Rinji news o moshiagemasu
Godzilla ga Ginza hoomen e mukatte imasu
Daishkyu hinan ****e kudasai
Daishkyu hinan ****e kudasai

Oh no, they say, he's got to go
Go go Godzilla, yeah
Oh no, there goes Tokyo
Go go Godzilla, yeah

History shows again and again
How nature points out the folly of men
Godzilla


History shows again and again
How nature points out the folly of men
Godzilla

History shows again and again
How nature points out the folly of men
Godzilla

History shows again and again
How nature points out the folly of men
Godzilla


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Monsanto Co. (MON) corn has been overwhelmed in parts of Illinois by rootworms that hatched a month early , renewing concern that the bugs are becoming immune to the insecticide engineered into the crop.

An “amazing” number of rootworms have emerged as adult beetles, the earliest start in at least 30 years, Michael Gray, an entomologist at the University of Illinois at Urbana, said today in an online journal. The insects “severely pruned” the roots of corn observed June 7 at a farm in Cass County, about 200 miles (322 kilometers) southwest of Chicago.
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Purple Rain is the sixth studio album by Prince, the first to officially be credited to Prince and The Revolution, and is the soundtrack album to the 1984 film Purple Rain.

Purple Rain is regularly ranked among the best albums in music history. Time magazine ranked it the 15th greatest album of all time in 1993, and it placed 18th on VH1's Greatest Rock and Roll Albums of All Time countdown. Rolling Stone magazine ranked it the second-best album of the 1980s and 72nd on their list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Zounds magazine ranked it the 18th greatest album of all time. Furthermore, the album placed 4th in Plásticos y Decibelios' list of The Greatest Albums of All Time. Finally, in 2007, the editors of Vanity Fair labeled it the best soundtrack of all time and Tempo magazine named it the greatest album of the 1980s.[1] In 2012, Slant Magazine listed the album at #2 on its list of "Best Albums of the 1980's" behind only Michael Jackson's Thriller.[2] That same year the album was added to the Library of Congress's National Recording Registry list of sound recordings that "are culturally, historically, or aesthetically important, and/or inform or reflect life in the United States."[3]

The two main songs from Purple Rain, "When Doves Cry" and "Let's Go Crazy", would top the U.S. singles charts and were hits around the world, while the title track would go to number two on the Billboard Hot 100.

The 1000th issue of Entertainment Weekly dated July 4, 2008 listed Purple Rain at number one on their list of the top 100 best albums of the past 25 years.[4] The RIAA lists it as having gone platinum 13 times over.[5] To date, it has sold over 20 million copies worldwide, becoming the seventh best-selling soundtrack album of all time.[6]
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Purple Rain was the first Prince album recorded with and officially credited to his backing group The Revolution. The resulting album was musically denser than Prince's previous one-man albums, emphasizing full band performances, and multiple layers of guitars, keyboards, icy electronic synthesizer effects, drum machines, and other instruments. Musically, Purple Rain remained grounded in the Minneapolis sound and R&B elements of Prince's previous work while demonstrating a more pronounced rock feel in its grooves and emphasis on guitar showmanship. As a soundtrack record, much of the music had a grandiose, synthesized, and even—by some evaluations—a vaguely psychedelic sheen to the production and performances. The music on Purple Rain is generally regarded as the most pop-oriented of Prince's career, though a number of elements point towards the more experimental pop/psychedelic records Prince would record after Purple Rain. As with many massive crossover albums, Purple Rain's consolidation of a myriad of styles, from pop rock to R&B to dance, is generally acknowledged to account in part for its enormous popularity.



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1. "Let's Go Crazy" 4:39
2. "Take Me with U" (with Apollonia Kotero) 3:54
3. "The Beautiful Ones" 5:13
4. "Computer Blue" 3:59
5. "Darling Nikki" 4:14
6. "When Doves Cry" 5:54
7. "I Would Die 4 U" 2:49
8. "Baby I'm a Star" 4:24
9. "Purple Rain" 8:41
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All 7 and we'll watch them fall
They stand in the way of love
And we will smoke them all
With an intellect and a savoir-faire
No one in the whole universe
Will ever compare

I am yours now and u are mine
And together we'll love through
All space and time, so don't cry
One day all 7 will die

All 7 and we'll watch them fall
They stand in the way of love
And we will smoke them all
With an intellect and a savoir-faire
No one in the whole universe
Will ever compare

I am yours now and u are mine
And together we'll love through
All space and time, so don't cry
One day all 7 will die

And I saw an angel come down unto me
In her hand she holds the very key
Words of compassion, words of peace

And in the distance an army's marching feet (1 2 3 4 - 1 2 3 4)
But behold, we will watch them fall

And we lay down on the sand of the sea
And before us animosity will stand and decree
That we speak not of love only blasphemy
And in the distance, 6 others will curse me
But that's alright (That's alright)
4 I will watch them fall (1 2 3 4 5 6 7)

All 7 and we'll watch them fall
They stand in the way of love
[| From: 7 Lyrics - PRINCE |]
And we will smoke them all
With an intellect and a savoir-faire
No one in the whole universe
Will ever compare

I am yours now and u are mine
And together we'll love through
All space and time, so don't cry
One day all 7 will die

[(Just how old)]

And we will see a plague and a river of blood
And every evil soul will surely die in spite of
Their 7 tears, but do not fear
4 in the distance, 12 souls from now
U and me will still be here - we will still be here

There will be a new city with streets of gold
The young so educated they never grow old
And a, there will be no death 4 with every breath
The voice of many colors sings a song
That's so bold
Sing it while we watch them fall


All 7 and we'll watch them fall
They stand in the way of love
And we will smoke them all
With an intellect and a savoir-faire
No one in the whole universe
Will ever compare

I am yours now and u are mine
And together we'll love through
All space and time, so don't cry
One day all 7 will die

[(Just how old)]
[(Just how old)]
[(Just how old)]





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There is One Holy Book, the sacred manuscript of nature, the only scripture which can enlighten the reader.’

Most people consider as sacred scriptures only certain books or scrolls written by hand of man, and carefully preserved as holy, to be handed down to posterity as divine revelation. Men have fought and disputed over the authenticity of these books, have refused to accept any other book of similar character, and, clinging thus to the book and losing the sense of it have formed diverse sects. The Sufi has all ages respected all such books, and has traced in the Vedanta, Zendavesta, Kabala, Bible, Qur’an, and all other sacred scriptures, the same truth which he reads in the incorruptible manuscript of nature, the only Holy Book, the perfect and living model that teaches the inner law of life: all scriptures before nature’s manuscript are as little pools of water before the ocean.

To the eye of the seer every leaf of the tree is a page of the holy book that contains divine revelation, and he is inspired every moment of his life by constantly reading and understanding the holy script of nature.

When man writes, he inscribes characters upon rock, leaf, paper, wood, or steel. When God writes, the characters He writes are living creatures.

It is when the eye of the soul is opened and the sight is keen that the Sufi can read the divine law in the manuscript of nature; and they derived that which the teachers of humanity have taught to their followers from the same source. They expressed what little it is possible to express in words, and so they preserved the inner truth when they themselves were no longer there to reveal it.
you can call him Sufi...mystic....saint..Genius...enlightened .etc....remember fractal

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Idries Shah (16 June 1924 – 23 November 1996) (Persian: ادریس شاه‎, Hindi: इदरीस शाह), also known as Idris Shah, né Sayed Idries el-Hashimi (Arabic: سيد إدريس هاشمي), was an author and teacher in the Sufi tradition who wrote over three dozen critically acclaimed books on topics ranging from psychology and spirituality to travelogues and culture studies.

Born in India, the descendant of a family of Afghan nobles, Shah grew up mainly in England. His early writings centred on magic and witchcraft. In 1960 he established a publishing house, Octagon Press, producing translations of Sufi classics as well as titles of his own. His most seminal work was The Sufis, which appeared in 1964 and was well received internationally. In 1965, Shah founded the Institute for Cultural Research, a London-based educational charity devoted to the study of human behaviour and culture. A similar organisation, the Institute for the Study of Human Knowledge (ISHK), exists in the United States, under the directorship of Stanford University psychology professor Robert Ornstein, whom Shah appointed as his deputy in the U.S.

In his writings, Shah presented Sufism as a universal form of wisdom that predated Islam. Emphasizing that Sufism was not static but always adapted itself to the current time, place and people, he framed his teaching in Western psychological terms. Shah made extensive use of traditional teaching stories and parables, texts that contained multiple layers of meaning designed to trigger insight and self-reflection in the reader. He is perhaps best known for his collections of humorous Mulla Nasrudin stories.

Shah was at times criticised by orientalists who questioned his credentials and background. His role in the controversy surrounding a new translation of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, published by his friend Robert Graves and his older brother Omar Ali-Shah, came in for particular scrutiny. However, he also had many notable defenders, chief among them the novelist Doris Lessing. Shah came to be recognised as a spokesman for Sufism in the West and lectured as a visiting professor at a number of Western universities. His works have played a significant part in presenting Sufism as a secular, individualistic form of spiritual wisdom.
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Lecture 6: Renaissance Magic

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Elaborating the Neoplatonist picture. Agrippa accepts the basic Neoplatonic framework sketched above. God has the Forms in his mind. God created "Angelical and Celestial secondary causes," beings Agrippa also calls the "Intelligences," and God "gives the seal of His Ideas to the Intelligences." The Intelligences then use the "heavens and stars as instruments" to send these copies of the Forms down to humans on the Earth. In exactly the way our souls/intellects control our bodies, the Intelligences -- the Celestial souls -- control the body (=the matter) of the universe. So just as my mind "sends commands" to my body in order for the mind to achieve its aims, so too do the Intelligences/ celestial souls use the stars to achieve their ends. Thus Agrippa agrees with Avicen[na], who says "whatever things are done here, must have been before in the motions and conceptions of the stars and orbes." Agrippa says that "quintessence" -- Aristotle's 5th element, aither -- is what conveys the Intelligences' power to material stuffs: the spirit is contained in "the rays of the stars."
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Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa: Of Occult Philosophy, Book I (part 1)

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Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa (1486-1535) is the most influential writer of Renaissance esoterica, and indeed all of Western occultism. Without doubt, his book de occulta philosophia should be at the top of any required reading list for those interested in Western magic and esoteric traditions.

Written in three books between the years 1509 and 1510 (he would have been 23 at the time), it was an ambitious attempt to rejuvenate the art of magic which had degenerated during the dark ages. He did this by assembling an intellectual and theoretical foundation from his extensive collection of sources. Agrippa started with a "systematic exposition of ... Ficinian spiritual magic and Trithemian demonic magic (and) ... treatised in practical magic" (I. P. Couliano in Hidden Truths 1987, p. 114). Other major sources used by Agrippa include Liber de mirabilibus mundi of pseudo-Albertus Magnus, Giovanni Pico's Oratio de Dignitate Hominis and Apologia, Johannes Reuchlin's De Verbo Mirifico, Pliny's Historia Naturalis, as well as Picatrix and the Hermetic and Neoplatonic texts. The resulting text circulated widely in manuscript form.

Over twenty years later Agrippa undertook an extensive expansion and careful revision of the work, which was printed in 1533. Typesetting had scarcely begun before the book was denounced as heretical by the Dominican Inquisitor Conrad Köllin of Ulm. These last minute difficulties account for the inclusion of the lengthy retraction appended to book 3, as well as the absence of the printer's name or location. (Cf. V. Perrone Compagni, Cornelius Agrippa: De occulta philosophia Libri tres, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1992, p. 11.)
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Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa: Of Occult Philosophy, Book I (part 1)

Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa: Of Occult Philosophy, Book I


1 - Magician

Introduction Agrippa to the reader.
Agrippa to Trithemius.
Trithemius to Agrippa.

Chap. 3. Of the Four Elements, their Qualities, and Mutual Mixtions.

Chap. 6. Of the Wonderful Natures of Water, Air and Winds.

Chap. 9. Of the vertues of things Natural, depending immediately upon Elements.

Chap. 12. How it is that Particular vertues are Infused into Particular Individuals, even of the same Species.

Chap. 15. How we must Find Out and Examine the vertues of Things by way of Similitude.

Chap. 18. Of the Inclinations of Enmities.[/COLOR]

Chap. 21. Of the vertues of Things which are in them only in their Life Time, and Such as Remain in them even After their Death.

Chap. 24. What Things are Lunary, or Under the Power of the Moon.

Chap. 27. What Things are Under the Power of Mars, and are called Martial.

Chap. 30. That the Whole Sublunary World, and those Things which are in It, are Distributed to Planets.

Chap. 33. Of the Seals and Characters of Natural Things.
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Chap. 36. Of the Union of Mixt Things, and the Introduction of a More Noble Form, and the Senses of Life.

Chap. 39. That we may, by some certain Matters of the World, Stir Up the Gods of the World and their Ministering Spirits.

Chap. 42. Of the Wonderful vertues of some kinds of Sorceries.

Chap. 45. Chapter xlv. Of Collyries, Unctions, Love-Medicines, and their vertues.

Chap. 48. Of the vertue of Places, and what Places are Suitable to every Star.[/COLOR]

Chap. 51. Of certain Observations, Producing wonderful vertues.

Chap. 54. Of divers certain Animals, and other things, which have a Signification in Auguries.

Chap. 57. Of Geomancy, Hydromancy, Aeromancy, and Pyromancy, Four Divinations of Elements

Chap. 60. Of Madness, and Divinations which are made when men are awake, and of the power of a Melancholy Humor, by which Spirits are sometimes induced into Men's Bodies

Chap. 63. How the Passions of the Mind change the proper Body by changing its Accidents and moving the Spirit.

Chap. 66. That the Passions of the Mind are Helped by a Celestial Season, and how Necessary the Constancy of the Mind is in every Work.

Chap. 69. Of Speech, and the Occult vertue of Words.

Chap. 72. Of the wonderful Power of Enchantments




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A touch of the Magician's Wand: a word,
A sight, a sound, a gift by chance conferred,
Transforms your life, and leads the soul beyond
Accustomed bounds, if only you respond.
Attend the Guide whene'er the call is heard!
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Chap. 1. How Magicians Collect vertues from the Three-fold World, is Declared in these Three Books.
Chap. 2. What Magic is, What are the Parts thereof, and How the Professors thereof must be Qualified.

Chap. 4. Of a Three-fold Consideration of the Elements.
Chap. 5. Of the Wonderful Natures of Fire and Earth.

Chap. 7. Of the Kinds of Compounds, what Relation they stand in to the Elements, and what Relation there is betwixt the Elements themselves and the Soul, Senses and Dispositions of Men.
Chap. 8. How the Elements are in the Heavens, in Stars, in Devils, in Angels, and lastly in God himself.

Chap. 10. Of the Occult vertues of Things
Chap. 11. How Occult vertues are Infused into the several kinds of Things by Ideas, thrugh the Help of the Soul of the World, and Rays of the Stars; and what Things abound most with this vertue.

Chap. 13. Whence the Occult vertues of Things Proceed.
Chap. 14. Of the Spirit of the World, What It Is, and how by way of medium It Unites occult vertues to their Subjects.

Chap. 16. How the Operations of several vertues Pass from one thing into another, and are Communicated one to the other.
Chap. 17. How by Enmity and Friendship the vertues of things are to be Tried and Found Out.

Chap. 19. How the vertues of Things are to be Tried and Found Out, which are in them Specifically, or in any one Individual by way of Special gift.
Chap. 20. The Natural vertues are in some Things throughout their Whole Substance, and in other Things in certain Parts and Members.

Chap. 22. How Inferior Things are Subjected to Superior Bodies, and how the Bodies, the Actions, and Dispositions of Men are Ascribed to Stars and Signs.
Chap. 23. How we shall Know what Stars natural Things are Under, and what Things are under the Sun, which are called Solary.

Chap. 25. What Things are Saturnine, or Under the Power of Saturn.
Chap. 26. What Things are Under the Power of Jupiter, and are called Jovial.

Chap. 28. What things are Under the Power of Venus, and are called Venereal.
Chap. 29. Things are Under the Power of Mercury, and are called Mercurial.

Chap. 31. How Provinces and Kingdoms are Distributed to Planets.
Chap. 32. What Things are Under the Signs, the Fixed Stars, and their Images.

Chap. 34. How, by Natural Things and their vertues, We may Draw Forth and Attract the Influences and vertues of Celestial Bodies.
Chap. 35. Of the Mixtions of Natural Things, one with another, and their Benefits.

Chap. 37. How, by some certain Natural and Artificial Preparations, We may Attract certain Celestial and Vital Gifts.
Chap. 38. Chapter xxxviii. How we may Draw not only Celestial and Vital but also certain Intellectual and Divine Gifts from Above.

Chap. 40. Of Bindings; what Sort they are of, and in what Ways they are wont to be Done.
Chap. 41. Of Sorceries, and their Power.

Chap. 43. Of Perfumes or Suffumigations; their Manner and Power.
Chap. 44. The Composition of some Fumes appropriated to the Planets.

Chap. 46. Of natural Alligations and Suspensions.
Chap. 47. Of Magical Rings and their Composition.

Chap. 49. Of Light, Colors, Candles and Lamps, and to what Stars, Houses and Elements several Colors are Ascribed.
Chap. 50. Of Fascination, and the Art thereof.

Chap. 52. Of the Countenance and Gesture, the Habit and the Figure of the Body, and to what Stars any of these do Answer -- whence Physiognomy, and Metoposcopy, and Chiromancy, Arts of Divination, have their Grounds.
Chap. 53. Of Divination, and the Kinds thereof.

Chap. 55. How Auspicas are Verified by the Light of Natural Instinct, and of some Rules of Finding of It Out.
Chap. 56. Of the Soothsayings of Flashes and Lightnings, and how Monstrous and Prodigious Things are to be Interpreted.

Chap. 58. Of the Reviving of the Dead, and of Sleeping or Hibernating (wanting victuals) Many Years together.
Chap. 59. Of Divination by Dreams.

Chap. 61. Of the Forming of Man, of the External Senses, also those Inward, and the Mind; and of the Threefold Appetite of the Soul, and Passions of the Will.
Chap. 62. Of the Passions of the Mind, their Original Source, Differences, and Kinds.

Chap. 64. How the Passions of the Mind change the Body by way of Imitation from some Resemblance; of the Transforming and Translating of Men, and what Force the Imaginative Power hath, not only over the Body but the Soul.
Chap. 65. How the Passions of the Mind can Work of themselves upon Another's Body.

Chap. 67. How the Mind of Man may be Joined with the Mind of the Stars, and Intelligences of the Celestials, and, together with them, Impress certain wonderful vertues upon inferior Things.
Chap. 68. How our Mind can Change and Bind inferior Things to the Ends which we Desire.

Chap. 70.
Of the vertue of Proper Names.
Chap. 71. Of many Words joined together, as in Sentences and Verses, and of the vertues and Astrictions of Charms.

Chap. 73. Of the vertue of Writing, and of Making Imprecations, and Inscriptions.
Chap. 74. Of the Proportion, Correspondency, and Reduction of Letters to the Celestial Signs and Planets, According to various Tongue, and a Table thereof.






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from : The Brain is an Advanced Fractal Antenna

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Iamblichus - Life of Pythagoras or Pythagoric Life

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Authentic memoirs of the life of Pythagoras the father of philosophy and the inventor of geometry hold great interest for every lover of wisdom. Iamblichus' biography is universally acknowledged as deriving from sources of the highest antiquity. Its classic translation by Thomas Taylor was first printed in 1818 and is once again brought to light in this edition.

HIPPODAMUS, THE THURIAN,
I N HIS TREATISE ON FELICITY.


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OF animals, some are the recipients of felicity, but
others are incapable of receiving it. And those animals,
indeed, are receptive of it that have reason. For feli-
city cannot subsist without virtue; and virtue is first
ingenerated in that which possesses reason
. But those
animals are incapable of receiving felicity, that are
destitute of reason
. For neither can that which is
deprived of sight
, receive the work or the virtue of
sight; nor can that which is destitute of reason, be
the recipient of the work, or the virtue of that which
possesses reason. With respect to felicity, however,
and virtue, the former is as a work, but the latter as a
certain art, to that which possesses reason
. But of
animals which possess reason, some are self-perfect, and
these are such as are perfect through themselves, and
are indigent of nothing external, either to their exist-
ence, or to their existing well and beautifully. And
such, indeed, is God. Those animals, however, are
not self-perfect, which are not perfect through them-
selves, but are in want of external causes to their per-
fection. And man is an animal of this kind. Of
animals, therefore, which are not self-perfect, some
indeed are perfect, but others are not perfect. And
those indeed are perfect which derive their subsistence
both from their'own [proper] causes, and from ex-
ternal causes.
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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:

HIPPODAMUS, THE THURIAN,
IN HIS TREATISE ON FELICITY.



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This also is evident, that [human] life becomes
different from disposition and action. But it is neces-
sary that the disposition should be either worthy or
depraved; and that action should be attended either
with felicity or misery. And a worthy disposition,
indeed, participates of virtue; but a bad one of vice.
With respect to actions, also, those that are prosperous
are attended with felicity; (for they derive their com-
pletion through looking to reason) but those that are
unfortunate, are attended with misery; for they are
frustrated of the end. Hence, it is not only necessary
to learn virtue, but also to possess and use it, either
for security, or increase, [of property when it is too
little] or, which is the greatest thing of all, for the
emendation of families and cities. For it is not only
necessary to have the possession of things beautiful, but
also the use of them
.

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All these things, however, will
take place, when a man lives in a city that uses equit-
able laws. And these, indeed, I say, are what is called
the horn of Amalthea.
( see also : A Fractal Application to society )
For all things are contained
in equitable legislation. And without this, the greatest
good of human nature can neither be effected, nor,
when effected, be increased and become permanent.

For this comprehends in itself virtue, and the tendency
to virtue ; because excellent natures are generated
according7 to it. Manners, likewise, studies, and laws,
subsist through this in the most excellent condition;
and besides. These, rightly-deciding reason, and
and sanctity towards the most honorable natures. So
that it is necessary that he who is to be happy, and
whose life is to be prosperous, should live and die in a
country governed by equitable laws, relinquishing all
illegality. At the same time what has been said is
attended with necessity. For man is a part of society,
and hence from the same reasoning, will become entire
and perfect, if he not only associates with others, but
associates in a becoming manner.
For some things are
naturally adapted to subsist in many things, and not
in one thing; others in one thing, and not in many;
but others both in many, and in one thing, and on
this account in one thing, because in many. For
harmony, indeed, and symphony and number, are
naturally adapted to be ingenerated in many things.
For nothing which makes a whole from these parts, is
sufficient to itself.' But acuteness of seeing and hear-
ing, and swiftness of feet, subsist in one thing alone.
Felicity, however, and the virtue of soul, subsist both
in one thing and in many, in a whole, and in the uni-
verse. And on this account they subsist in one thing,
because they also subsist in many: and they subsist
in many, because they are inherent in a whole and in
the universe. For the orderly distribution of the
whole nature of things methodically arranges each
particular. And the orderly distribution of particu-
lars gives completion to the whole of things and to
the universe.

a Harmonic Cascade Effect

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COHERENCE AT ANY LEVEL IS COHERENCE AT ALL LEVELS.
An orderly arrangement between wave lengths establishes a connection between frequencies and fields. But for this connection to last, it must resonate to all frequencies and fields. This can only be accomplished through the resonate structure of golden mean pathways. a harmonic cascade effect
enjoy the Harmonic Math ( one of the first vid i started with )

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because the zic is goooood


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Electro Swing is a musical genre fusing swing styles with modern, (often hip hop, drum and bass, dubstep or house influenced) production techniques. Contemporary artists of the genre incorporate loops, samples, melodies and styles from the Swing, Jazz and Big Band era such as Django Reinhardt, Cab Calloway and Benny Goodman to create new, more club friendly and accessible compositions. Leading artists include Parov Stelar and Caravan Palace.

The genres are connected with a revival of swing dances like the Lindy hop, the popularity of Neo-Burlesque and the resurgence in an appreciation of vintage fashion and culture in mainstream society, championed by style icons Dita Von Teese and successful television shows like Boardwalk Empire.





Parov Stelar - Libella Swing - YouTube





It is no different than the revival of Tesla's Work time for some fusion

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Waiting at the back door of a night club is Joey Crown, a down-and-out trumpet player. He hopes to see a former boss, Baron, to beg for a chance to work again. When Baron finds out Joey still drinks, he turns him away with some money "for old times." Baron asks Joey why he let himself fall into his present state.

"Because I'm sad, because I'm nothing, because I'll live and die in a crummy one-roomer with dirty walls and cracked pipes," Joey replies. He confesses his horn is half his language. "I'm Gabriel with a golden horn. It comes out beauty." But only when he is drunk.

Convinced he is washed up, Joey sells his "Baby" (his beloved trumpet) to Nate, a pawnbroker, for $8.50. Nate then puts it in the window for sale with a $25.00 tag on it. From the other side of the window, Joey tries to object. Nate tells him, "Guys like you don't understand. What kind of responsibilities do you have? Nothin', nothin' at all." Joey repeats the thought, "No responsibilities ... No nothin'!" He decides he is tired of hanging around. Seeing a speeding truck barreling down the street, he steps off the curb and is hit.

It seems to be night. Joey finds himself on the sidewalk next to the street. He tries to explain what happened to a policeman, who completely ignores him. He walks down the street, asking a passerby for a light — nothing, no response. He tries to strike up a conversation with a woman at a ticket booth — again, nothing. He realizes that people can't see or hear him, and discovers he has no reflection in a mirror. He is dead — just plain old deceased. He says, "Well at last, for the first time in the very short life of Joey Crown, he was successful at something!"

After being ignored in the bar he had frequented, he returns to the back of the night club. There in the shadows, Joey hears the sound of a trumpet playing and moves through the scaffolds to find where the music is coming from. He says, "Don't stop. It's coming out beautiful."

The trumpet player, a man wearing a tuxedo, thanks Joey by name and tells him he plays a mean trumpet too. "I know, I'm an expert on trumpets." Joey tells the man he tangled with a truck and now he is dead. The man tells Joey he is not dead. Joey asks about the people on the street and why they couldn't see him? "They are dead. They're ghosts, Joey. They just don't know it, that's all." He goes on to explain: "Right now you're in a kind of limbo, Joey. You're neither here nor there. You're in the middle, between the two: the real and the shadow." The way to go is up to the other trumpet player. "Which do you prefer? You've got a choice, you know. There's still time."

Twilight Zone with lyrics Golden Earring - YouTube

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Joey realizes that somewhere he forgot all the good things, but in remembering, says, "Well, if I've got a choice, I wanna go back!"

The man advises Joey, "You take what you get and live with it. Sometimes it's sweet frosting, nice gravy. Sometimes it's sour, goes down hard, but you live with it." The man begins to leave but says, "It's a nice talent you got — to make music, an exceptional talent. Don't waste it." As the man walks off under the scaffold lights, Joey asks his name. "My name? Call me 'Gabe', short for 'Gabriel' ." As he says this, a round lamp just above his head offers an image of an angelic halo. Joey follows him to the corner but sees no one there.

Joey returns to the pawn shop window and, seeing the reflection of himself on the sidewalk, finds himself back in the street after the truck has hit him, but he is alive and well. The truck driver, not wanting his driving record tarnished, pushes some money into Joey's hand. Joey uses the money to buy the trumpet back from Nate. That night on the rooftop, while playing to himself, a girl approaches and tells him the music is beautiful. He tells her he'll play anything she wants to hear, for as long as she wants. She tells him she is new in town, her name is Nan, and asks if he could show her the town. He tells her he knows all the sights (especially those that feature "good jazz"), and excitedly begins pointing them out from the rooftop.




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Front-most part of the cortex involved in making short-term predictions about what will happen next




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Researchers at the University of Iowa, together with colleagues from the California Institute of Technology and New York University, have discovered how a part of the brain helps predict future events from past experiences. The work sheds light on the function of the front-most part of the frontal lobe, known as the frontopolar cortex, an area of the cortex uniquely well developed in humans in comparison with apes and other primates.

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On the origin of music by means of natural selection

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Do away with the DJ and scrap the composer. A computer program powered by Darwinian natural selection and the musical tastes of 7,000 website users may be on the way to creating a perfect pop tune, according to new research published today in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
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An expression i fell in love with : Oh Honey

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ps : did not know that about Oh Honey .............. a nice synchronicity .... the Bro Code





then again all Truth is Half Truth

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Scientists from Imperial College London have devised a way of producing music from noises without a composer. They programmed a computer to produce loops of random sounds and analyse the opinions of musical consumers, who decided which ones they liked. The result is music filled with many of the sophisticated chords and rhythms familiar from modern songs.

The results could also help explain why popular musical trends continuously evolve and why traditional musical forms can persist for thousands of years.



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The Greek myth about how the infant Hermes made a lyre from a turtle's shell,

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The results could also help explain why popular musical trends continuously evolve and why traditional musical forms can persist for thousands of years.
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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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Meanwhile ..... a bit of info : we did discuss the Hall effect Battery : The Golden Tractate of Hermes Trismegistus applied to electromagnetism

First observation of the hall effect in a Bose-Einstein condensate

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(Phys.org) -- National Institute of Standards and Technology researchers have observed for the first time the Hall effect in a gas of ultracold atoms. The Hall effect is an important interaction of magnetic fields and electric current more commonly associated with metals and semiconductors. Variations on the Hall effect are used throughout engineering and physics with applications ranging from automobile ignition systems to fundamental measures of electricity. The new discovery could help scientists learn more about the physics of quantum phenomena such as superfluidity and the quantum Hall effect.


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Starting with a cloud of about 20,000 atoms, the researchers varied the trapping force, pushing the atoms together and pulling them apart, to simulate the movement of charge carriers in an alternating current. In response, the atoms begin to move in a manner mathematically identical to how charged particles experiencing the Hall effect would move--at right angles to both the direction of the "current" flow and the artificial magnetic field. This causes the tilting motion. Credit: NIST


--------------------- and back on the subject of Aluminium

Iron-aluminium compound could replace palladium catalyst, reducing the cost of plastic production

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(Phys.org) -- Chemists don't like precious metals – at least not when they need the expensive materials as catalysts to accelerate reactions or guide them in a particular direction. And this is often the case, as in an important step in the production of polyethylene, a substance that makes plastic bags light, flexible and stable. However, a team of scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids in Dresden and the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society in Berlin have now developed a catalyst using iron and aluminium that works just as well as the conventional palladium catalyst, but costs much less. To identify the iron-aluminium alternative, the scientists first systematically ascertained what properties the material would need. They plan to use this same procedure to search for catalysts for other reactions in future.
their have their charts ................. we ours

bonus : result of a search on Boron

Phys.org Search - boron



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would recommend you print the above Walter Russell table to study it more closely and make notes for insights that might show up ..... you can also compare the table with some of the news from physorg posted here on certain elements

Emerald Tablet of Thoth The Emerald Tablets of Thoth Tablet

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All eyes do not see with the same vision,
for to one an object appears of
one form and color
and to a different eye of another.
So also the infinite fire,
changing from color to color,
is never the same from day to day.


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The application of the principles of one science into another is often neglected. Today we have a massive and growing volume of experimentally proven information that certainly does not always
find its every application.
In the real world, we can work from scientific theory, through experimentation, into an engineered result, but just as often we work via reverse engineering, from the
result back into the origin.
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If we take a good look -- and listen -- at the whole of manifestation, and apply the principles of acoustics and music, and of the color wheel, the grand pattern that emerges is self-evident.More
than this, a possible explanation of a medium of transmission of a universal electrogravitational influence, as a plenum far more fundamental than an ether, becomes apparent. With this realization a
whole new understanding of physics also emerges, with awesome possibilities.
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Great post MrM, this resonates well 'inlight', haha of my personal experience.

So we are talking about the morphic fields around us, akin to Rupert Sheldrake's notion of consciousness?
I am aware of the pulsing shapes seen within the half light and darkness- have seen this all my life. The other sparks that I see, I wonder where they fit in?

I have also had experience of the wateryness of vision in dim daylight as well as dim artificial; I know I was around spirit because of the way the energy moved me. I was also in the presence of a clairvoyant who will have helped draw the energy as it wanted to get his attention to communicate with me. I will say thanks again, as this is the kind of scientific back up I am interested in.

The key to reaching this state is relaxation of the mind, openess to the energy fields
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The key to reaching this state is relaxation of the mind, openess to the energy fields
a full fledge Fractal Antenna

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full-fledged (f l fl jd ). adj. 1. Having reached full development; mature. 2. Having full status or rank

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So we are talking about the morphic fields around us, akin to Rupert Sheldrake's notion of consciousness?
the following might interest you : humans are carbon based life form

Mirage effect helps researchers hide objects - YouTube

Principle of Correspondence


one of the various forms of a Fractal Antenna is

Plasma antenna - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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A plasma antenna is a type of radio antenna currently in development in which plasma is used instead of the metal elements of a traditional antenna.[1] A plasma antenna can be used for both transmission and reception.[2] Although plasma antennas have only become practical in recent years, the idea is not new; a patent for an antenna using the concept was granted to J Hettinger in 1919.[3]

Early practical examples of the technology used discharge tubes to contain the plasma and are referred to as ionized gas plasma antennas. Ionized gas plasma antennas can be turned on and off and are good for stealth and resistance to electronic warfare and cyber attacks. Ionized gas plasma antennas can be nested such that the higher frequency plasma antennas are placed inside lower frequency plasma antennas. Higher frequency ionized gas plasma antenna arrays can transmit and receive through lower frequency ionized gas plasma antenna arrays. This means that the ionized gas plasma antennas can be co-located and ionized gas plasma antenna arrays can be stacked. Ionized gas plasma antennas can eliminate or reduce co-site interference. Smart ionized gas plasma antennas use plasma physics to shape and steer the antenna beams without the need of phased arrays. Satellite signals can be steered and/or focused in the reflective or refractive modes using banks of plasma tubes making unique ionized gas satellite plasma antennas. The thermal noise of ionized gas plasma antennas is less than in the corresponding metal antennas at the higher frequencies.[1] Solid state plasma antennas (also known as plasma silicon antennas) with steerable directional functionality that can be manufactured using standard silicon chip fabrication techniques are now also in development.[4] Plasma silicon antennas are candidates for use in WiGig (the planned enhancement to Wi-Fi), and have other potential applications, for example in reducing the cost of vehicle-mounted radar collision avoidance systems.[4]
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Advantages

Plasma antennas possess a number of advantages over metal antennas, including:
As soon as the plasma generator is switched off, the plasma returns to a non conductive gas and therefore becomes effectively invisible to radar.[1][6][2][7]
They can be dynamically tuned and reconfigured for frequency, direction, bandwidth, gain and beamwidth, so replacing the need for multiple antennas.[6][2][8][7]
They are resistant to electronic warfare.[6][7]
At satellite frequencies, they exhibit much less thermal noise and are capable of faster data rates.[9][7]


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Now I'm the king of the swingers
Oh, the jungle VIP
I've reached the top and had to stop

And that's what botherin' me
I wanna be a man, mancub
And stroll right into town
And be just like the other men
I'm tired of monkeyin' around!

Oh, oobee doo
I wanna be like you
I wanna walk like you
Talk like you, too
You'll see it's true
An ape like me
Can learn to be humen too

Gee, cousin Louie
You're doin' real good

Now here's your part of the deal, cuz
Lay the secret on me of man's red fire

But I don't know how to make fire

Now don't try to kid me, mancub
I made a deal with you
What I desire is man's red fire
To make my dream come true
Give me the secret, mancub
Clue me what to do
Give me the power of man's red flower
So I can be like you

You!
I wanna be like you
I wanna talk like you
Walk like you, too
You'll see it's true
Someone like me
Can learn to be
Like someone like me
Can learn to be
Like someone like you
Can learn to be
Like someone like me!
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the Times Picture is just a symbol .... don't know the dude .... but know what he represents King Louie / Kali Louie

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Allegory is a device used to present an idea, principle or meaning ( Frequency ), which can be presented in literary form, such as a poem or novel, in musical form, such as composition or lyric, or in visual form, such as in painting or drawing. It is also seen in scriptural passage. Allegory communicates its message by means of symbolic figures, actions or symbolic representation. Allegory is generally treated as a figure of rhetoric; a rhetorical allegory is a demonstrative form of representation conveying meaning other than the words that are spoken.

As a literary device, an allegory in its most general sense is an extended metaphor. As an artistic device, an allegory is a visual symbolic representation. An example of a simple visual allegory is the image of the grim reaper. Viewers understand that the image of the grim reaper is a symbolic representation of death.
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Plasma Antenna

DUE TO THE NARROWNESS OR TIGHTLY FOCUSED (HIGHER FREQUENCY) ASPECTS OF A PLASMA ANTENNA BEAM, THERE IS LESS SPILL OF RADIATION THAN WITH EXISTING OMNIDIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS. THIS IS VERY GOOD NEWS IN TERMS OF OUR HEALTH RE THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF RADIATION SEEPAGE FROM PRESENT Wi-Fi SET UPS
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DUE TO THE NARROWNESS OR TIGHTLY FOCUSED (HIGHER FREQUENCY) ASPECTS OF A PLASMA ANTENNA BEAM, THERE IS LESS SPILL OF RADIATION THAN WITH EXISTING OMNIDIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS. THIS IS VERY GOOD NEWS IN TERMS OF OUR HEALTH RE THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF RADIATION SEEPAGE FROM PRESENT Wi-Fi SET UPS
in other words .... a well placed allegory

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Fractal Monkey Music

Wonderful juxtaposition of monkey to monkey re the Jungle Book and Guy de Rotheschild a truly funny analogy indeed!

So in return, some fractal monkey music

Fractal Music: Research, Publications, and Compositions by Harlan Brothers

Scroll down to find the music- free to download and the article written is well worth a read
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Wonderful juxtaposition of monkey to monkey re the Jungle Book and Guy de Rotheschild a truly funny analogy indeed!

So in return, some fractal monkey music

Fractal Music: Research, Publications, and Compositions by Harlan Brothers

Scroll down to find the music- free to download and the article written is well worth a read

a sweet Gem , you have put forth Sydera ...................

my turn ............. play with the numbers

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"Structural Scaling in Bach’s Cello Suite No. 3," (Fractals Vol. 15, No. 1, 2007) reveals musical structure related to the Cantor set and helps to establish a mathematical foundation for the classification of fractal music. "Intervallic Scaling in the Bach Cello Suites," (Fractals Vol. 17, No. 4, 2009) describes a novel and robust approach to establishing the existence of power-laws in music.
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One of Brothers' early realizations was that musicians have been composing a form of fractal music for at least six centuries. Motivic scaling was familiar to many of the great Flemish composers such a Johannes Ockeghem and Josquin des Prez who developed the art of the mensuration or prolation canon. This type of canon is characterized by a melody or rhythmic motif that is repeated in different voices simultaneously at different tempos (here is an example). To be clear, not all mensuration canons are fractal; there are fundamental requirements that must be met in order to classify an object as such.

zabab .... noobi .....yoohooo
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Let's change a bit the perspective ............

ABRACADABRA........ now you are a

Crystal


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from : The Brain is an Advanced Fractal Antenna

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"Crystal = frozen light (greek)"
"Crystals are the record in form, of the potential which produced them" -- Russell
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"All matter is crystalic in nature" -- Walter Russell
and the following one is the result of some research (ex: Crystal Radio )

[QUOTE]Electromagnetic Wave Localization in Photonic Fractals[/U][/B]

http://www.jwri.osaka-u.ac.jp/public...scp-takema.pdf

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Fractal structures have no periodicity and no translational symmetry like crystal structures.
remember Walter Russell's Law of Crystallization

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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:
Let me put it this way:

Fractal is 6 and Crystal is 9

a Crystal will Emit / Receive a Fractal and a Fractal will create a Crystal (ie you )

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so it would make sense that Music is Fractal in Nature
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Tektites

Did you know that Tektites do NOT have a crystalline structure?

A Tektite is a 'crystal' formed from a meteorite striking the earth.

Where does that take us then?



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