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Sycamores to Ashes, Ashes to Sycamores..

 
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In theoretical physics, a Schwarzschild kugelblitz is a concentration of heat, light or radiation so intense that its energy forms an event horizon and becomes self-trapped: according to general relativity and the equivalence of mass and energy, if enough radiation is aimed into a region, the concentration of energy can warp spacetime enough for the region to become a black hole, although this would be a black hole whose original mass–energy had been in the form of radiant energy rather than matter.[1] In simpler terms, a kugelblitz is a black hole formed from radiation as opposed to matter.

Kugelblitz drives have been considered possible future black hole starship engines.



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Gondwana ( /ɡɒndˈwɑːnə/)[1] was a large landmass, often referred to as a supercontinent, that formed during the late Neoproterozoic (about 550 million years ago) and began to break up during the Jurassic (about 180 million years ago). The final stages of breakup involving the separation of Antarctica from South America (forming the Drake Passage) and Australia, occurred during the Paleogene. Gondwana was not considered a supercontinent by the earliest definition, since the landmasses of Baltica, Laurentia, and Siberia were separated from it.[2] It is also commonly called Gondwanaland,[3] a tautology, because Gondwana is originally 'Land of the Gonds',[4] that helps to clarify that supercontinent is being referred to and not the region with the same name (see § Name).




Before Pangea lol
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Ragnarok continued with Yggdrasil hooked x bloods, fairborn , and fains

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Attention is paid, in full, always..



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Speaking of canopy….when there’s a hole

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'One of the biggest on record': Ozone hole bigger than North America opens above Antarctica

Satellite data shows that this year's ozone hole grew to around twice the size of Antarctica. Researchers say the eruption of Tonga's underwater volcano early last year may be partially to blame for the enormous cavity.

The ozone layer is a band of Earth's atmosphere between 9 and 18 miles (15 and 30 kilometers) above the surface, where there is a high concentration of ozone — a type of oxygen molecule with three atoms instead of two. The ozone layer blocks out harmful levels of ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun, which is necessary for various life forms, including humans, to survive.



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The IceCube Neutrino Observatory (or simply IceCube) is a neutrino observatory constructed at the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica.[1] The project is a recognized CERN experiment (RE10).[2][3] Its thousands of sensors are located under the Antarctic ice, distributed over a cubic kilometre.




Highlight: passive listening device as well as a transmitter. A directed energy platform. A system for faster than light communications.
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An electromagnetic world tree
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Attention is paid, in full, always..



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Called superposition





(Btw, merit likes this song lol)
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Superposition: those that try to harness you will become the harnessed lol
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Speaking of canopy….when there’s a hole

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'One of the biggest on record': Ozone hole bigger than North America opens above Antarctica

Satellite data shows that this year's ozone hole grew to around twice the size of Antarctica. Researchers say the eruption of Tonga's underwater volcano early last year may be partially to blame for the enormous cavity.

The ozone layer is a band of Earth's atmosphere between 9 and 18 miles (15 and 30 kilometers) above the surface, where there is a high concentration of ozone — a type of oxygen molecule with three atoms instead of two. The ozone layer blocks out harmful levels of ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun, which is necessary for various life forms, including humans, to survive.



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The IceCube Neutrino Observatory (or simply IceCube) is a neutrino observatory constructed at the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica.[1] The project is a recognized CERN experiment (RE10).[2][3] Its thousands of sensors are located under the Antarctic ice, distributed over a cubic kilometre.




Highlight: passive listening device as well as a transmitter. A directed energy platform. A system for faster than light communications.
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 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


An electromagnetic world tree
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Polar attention lol
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The Eye sees focal points like the tree yet the predators and prey lurk within the deadspace lol
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Attention is paid, in full, always..



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Called superposition





(Btw, merit likes this song lol)
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Yeah nobody ever talks shit about his musical taste

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Speaking of polar attention and eyes of light…spirulina is spiraling because it was on the spectrum par of Aztec gold.

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The indigenous peoples of Mexico apparently had a nose for superfoods. Before the arrival of the Spaniards, they were happily consuming amaranth and chia, both of which have only recently been rediscovered and made available commercially.

Well, they had a third superfood that is also making a comeback. It’s called spirulina and, according to the United States National Institute of Health, it “became famous” after it was successfully used by NASA as a dietary supplement for astronauts on space missions.

Spirulina looks like algae, but it’s something even more primitive. I first heard the word used when I visited the back yard of my neighbor, Rodrigo Orozco. At the far end of his property there is a big hothouse, which I assumed was for growing vegetables.

“Actually, I’m growing something else in here, something blue-green and slimy,” Orozco told me as he opened the hothouse door. Inside I found 24 huge, translucent vats.
“Inside these is spirulina,” said my neighbor. “It’s a cyanobacterium, one of the first living things to exist on our planet and because it’s able to do photosynthesis, it’s green in color. It also produces oxygen, but curiously, can only live in a very alkaline environment. Thousands of years ago, people in Africa and Mexico noticed it. In Mexico, the Aztecs, especially the runners, consumed it regularly.


Cyano printing photosynthetic bacteria. Converts light energy into chemical energy. A very different mingle of Tiamat as it is naturally within tropical and subtropical lakes with high ph. Cultivated raceway ponds agitate the waters for agricultural development. As they say, 90% of our cellular energy is produced by our mitochondria.
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Speaking of polar attention and eyes of light…spirulina is spiraling because it was on the spectrum par of Aztec gold.

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The indigenous peoples of Mexico apparently had a nose for superfoods. Before the arrival of the Spaniards, they were happily consuming amaranth and chia, both of which have only recently been rediscovered and made available commercially.

Well, they had a third superfood that is also making a comeback. It’s called spirulina and, according to the United States National Institute of Health, it “became famous” after it was successfully used by NASA as a dietary supplement for astronauts on space missions.

Spirulina looks like algae, but it’s something even more primitive. I first heard the word used when I visited the back yard of my neighbor, Rodrigo Orozco. At the far end of his property there is a big hothouse, which I assumed was for growing vegetables.

“Actually, I’m growing something else in here, something blue-green and slimy,” Orozco told me as he opened the hothouse door. Inside I found 24 huge, translucent vats.
“Inside these is spirulina,” said my neighbor. “It’s a cyanobacterium, one of the first living things to exist on our planet and because it’s able to do photosynthesis, it’s green in color. It also produces oxygen, but curiously, can only live in a very alkaline environment. Thousands of years ago, people in Africa and Mexico noticed it. In Mexico, the Aztecs, especially the runners, consumed it regularly.


Cyano printing photosynthetic bacteria. Converts light energy into chemical energy. A very different mingle of Tiamat as it is naturally within tropical and subtropical lakes with high ph. Cultivated raceway ponds agitate the waters for agricultural development. As they say, 90% of our cellular energy is produced by our mitochondria.
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like mana
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Speaking of polar attention and eyes of light…spirulina is spiraling because it was on the spectrum par of Aztec gold.

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The indigenous peoples of Mexico apparently had a nose for superfoods. Before the arrival of the Spaniards, they were happily consuming amaranth and chia, both of which have only recently been rediscovered and made available commercially.

Well, they had a third superfood that is also making a comeback. It’s called spirulina and, according to the United States National Institute of Health, it “became famous” after it was successfully used by NASA as a dietary supplement for astronauts on space missions.

Spirulina looks like algae, but it’s something even more primitive. I first heard the word used when I visited the back yard of my neighbor, Rodrigo Orozco. At the far end of his property there is a big hothouse, which I assumed was for growing vegetables.

“Actually, I’m growing something else in here, something blue-green and slimy,” Orozco told me as he opened the hothouse door. Inside I found 24 huge, translucent vats.
“Inside these is spirulina,” said my neighbor. “It’s a cyanobacterium, one of the first living things to exist on our planet and because it’s able to do photosynthesis, it’s green in color. It also produces oxygen, but curiously, can only live in a very alkaline environment. Thousands of years ago, people in Africa and Mexico noticed it. In Mexico, the Aztecs, especially the runners, consumed it regularly.


Cyano printing photosynthetic bacteria. Converts light energy into chemical energy. A very different mingle of Tiamat as it is naturally within tropical and subtropical lakes with high ph. Cultivated raceway ponds agitate the waters for agricultural development. As they say, 90% of our cellular energy is produced by our mitochondria.
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like mana
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Yes, and esoterically thors hammer is connected to sif the giantess. Remembering the Essenes knew the firstborn wisdom was the prototype called the first light. The light of light forever. The light from the power of god was also the pure emanation of gods glory. Recalls the image of the thunderbird here:

~Pictographs show a heartline connects the mouth to the chest by a line into a triangle. Many times is to show they possessed supernatural power.
Thunderbirds have x shape(or oval) and curved necks whose eyes shoot lightning and wings create winds.

In before present time era, only the wind was free to roam and blow where it may.
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Remembering, gods gift to the human race. If the divine agrees in anything even partially, that means the entire divine agrees with you. That is what made humans above angels and archangels cue peacock. As the divine is not content with anything evil-per nag. This is why there is no need for beta testing. The knowing-wisdom.
Manna immortality gateway lol
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All thunderbirds rest in trees lol sif understands that. Lol
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Noting black holes hold past information portaling in to the canopy church shows the hidden information became hidden in plain sight in its site from those that built upon it later. Templaring the sword of the elongated trinkets of connection. Lol

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“I TOOK A WALK IN THE WOODS AND CAME OUT TALLER THAN THE TREES”
HENRY DAVID THOREAU

Pun lol
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Giant prehistoric turtle from Colombia chomped everything in sight–including crocodiles!

The turtle in question is Carbonemys cofrinii, which means “coal turtle,” and is part of a group of side-necked turtles known as pelomedusoides. The fossil was named Carbonemys because it was discovered in 2005 in a coal mine that was part of northern Colombia’s Cerrejon formation. The specimen’s skull measures 24 centimeters, roughly the size of a regulation NFL football. The shell which was recovered nearby – and is believed to belong to the same species – measures 172 centimeters, or about 5 feet 7 inches, long. That’s the same height as Edwin Cadena, the NC State doctoral student who discovered the fossil.


There’s a southern saying about dumb as a coal bucket
Key is bucket not the coal lol
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Container probs lol
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Container probs lol
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Which is why the heart is vital

The cave's roof is formed of sandstone mixed with shale, which formed from black mud beneath the swampy tropical lands around 312 million years ago. Found within the shale layer is the end product of decaying plant matter--coal.
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Either way, honey is the only food that is said to never rot or spoil lasting I definitely.
A honey pot is never honey as it is just a container lol
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Remembering, they found gravity to not be a force when thrust in a vacuum required a container. F=ma is the circular argument
The infinity is the hourglass sideways which harnessing gravity became a mystery within the 2nd law of Newton.

Romans:
20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:

21 Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.

22 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,

23 And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things.


Microbes understand this lol
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The human body is also known as the totem pole as many have passed down the lineage information on the axis mundi.

The body being the pillar between heaven and earth.
When the mind energy called yuan Shen aligns with heart energy yuan qi and creative energy jing qi there is potentiality. The container for creativity.

Yuan shen is known as the celestial palace
Yuan qi is known as the emperor of the body palace
Jing qi is known as limited life force once gone it is gone



Remembering the baihui is the upper most point for zhong mai.
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Remembering, to hold a strong container comes with the ability of a generous heart. A skewed lens is a slippery slope of a clouded subconscious.
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Heart lines can become knots..
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An outsider to Egypt would call the knot a standing wave lol
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Don't you talk scalars to me...
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Container probs lol
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Which is why the heart is vital

The cave's roof is formed of sandstone mixed with shale, which formed from black mud beneath the swampy tropical lands around 312 million years ago. Found within the shale layer is the end product of decaying plant matter--coal.

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We all right? No one turned into zombies? K. Good.

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Woman of Sorrows

Woman why are you crying?

Because my children are lying. They put me in a tower to watch over the flock. They took the key, the lock rusted shut. What they don't know is when I let down my hair down and climb out, down their tower will fall. My name is not Sophia, there is no name they can call me.

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Something like that. Wasn't a dream. It flowed out from reading a prior post. Not sure why I said the Sophia isn't her name bit.

Wells? LOL. Been dreaming about wells recently. Then seeing them physically around where I live. People like them as yard ornaments. Wells being part of a tower going into the ground? Maybe a part of her is not only climbing down from the tower but up from the well. They meet on the ground and become one again. She is going around gathering all of her shards and reclaiming them into herself.

There is a story about Sophia splitting herself and hiding her light in a tree. The other part was what remained and what was abused by her keepers. They didn't get her light. In the Thunder the Perfect she says she came from the Power. They use the power through her while denying it exists. Hiding it from us while using it against us. When the tower they hid her in falls, and the water in the well rises up and pushes her out her wisdom is revealed.
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This goes with Durga. Reading it...wait that's half of the perfect thunder...I see you. No your name is not Sophia. It's WATER. Storing you up in a tower for who knows how long being drunk by selfish children who don't like to share.

"I am the Queen, the gatherer-up of treasures, most thoughtful, first of those who merit worship.
Thus gods have established me in many places with many homes to enter and abide in.
Through me alone all eat the food that feeds them, – each man who sees, breathes, hears the word outspoken.
They know it not, yet I reside in the essence of the Universe. Hear, one and all, the truth as I declare it.
I, verily, myself announce and utter the word that gods and men alike shall welcome.
I make the man I love exceedingly mighty, make him nourished, a sage, and one who knows Brahman.
I bend the bow for Rudra, that his arrow may strike, and slay the hater of devotion.
I rouse and order battle for the people, I created Earth and Heaven and reside as their Inner Controller.
On the world's summit I bring forth sky the Father: my home is in the waters, in the ocean as Mother.
Thence I pervade all existing creatures, as their Inner Supreme Self, and manifest them with my body.
I created all worlds at my will, without any higher being, and permeate and dwell within them.
The eternal and infinite consciousness is I, it is my greatness dwelling in everything


– Devi Sukta, Rigveda 10.125.3 – 10.125.8,"

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It is interesting how they perceived the physical mind as a structured tower with the subconscious within it making a lighthouse Lol
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A diamond in the rough


Lol
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The treasure chest….as the shell protects what is holy.


A water chestnut is a grass not a tree
Ark probs lol
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In the new world, chestnut was highly prized for birth and death as cradles were made from the wood of the chestnut and so was the coffins. It was the most important tree in the eastern regions when one out of four trees was a chestnut at one time. Growth rate made it fast and large becoming dominant species within the tree kingdoms. Matured, can grow for 300 years and stand 100 feet tall with more than 6 feet width in diameter.

Rail cars were utilized to feed the cities with nuts and farmers fattened their livestock with them. Lumber was divine with easy splitting with rot resistance. Also much lighter than oak to carry.


But in 1904, a blight effected its divine right to rule the tree kingdom with dominance. A zoo of all places it was first noticed, asiatic fungus. The great tree once enslaved by man was taken out by man’s hand through global mingling. This lethal parasitica could move 30 miles a year infecting chestnuts within range. By the 1950s, the blight took out over 200 million acres executing an estimated 4 billion chestnuts making it the worst ecological disaster within the 20th century.

The innocent import of the blight caused the first plant quarantine laws to be established.

The blight feeds on the tissue under the bark. The fungus creates cankers that break through the bark which cuts off the flow of nutrients between the leaves and roots in turn, killing the tree. The roots are unaffected meaning they can sprout shoots yet the shoots then succumb.

The restoration came in 1983, when a party of select individuals started a foundation to restore the chestnut to eastern forests. The breeding program became initiated to produce effective resistance to the blight with intention for a self sustaining population that can continue to evolve in a natural forest environment. 300 breeding orchards arose.

In 2009, restoration chestnut 1.0 was planted

The developments in molecular genetics offers accelerated programs through screening the genetic sequences finding out if they have the desired genetic composition by the scientists. The projected outcome would be decades for population reestablishing the forests.

Think how that parallels within bioscience and agi today.
 Quoting: Coming Into Existence


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Using X-rays, Professor Hiroki Obata of Kumamoto University, Japan has imaged 28 impressions of maize weevils on pottery shards from the late Jomon period (around 3,600 years ago) excavated from the Yakushoden site in Miyazaki Prefecture. This is the first example of pottery with multiple weevil impressions discovered in Kyushu, and the density of impressions is the highest ever found in Japan.

Impressions of seeds and insects may be found on the surface and inside ancient earthenware. Prof. Obata began detecting impressions using the "impression method" in 2003 because it is particularly useful for visualizing indentations that cannot be seen by the naked eye. Using this method, his research group discovered the impression of a 10,000-year-old maize weevil on earthenware from Tanegashima Island in 2010. Before that discovery, it was thought that maize weevils came to Japan from the Korean peninsula with shipments of rice, but his finding showed that they were there long before rice started being brought to the Japanese archipelago.



Prof. Obata's group found maize weevil pottery impressions at the Sannai-Maruyama site in Aomori Prefecture in 2012 and at the Tateyama site in Hokkaido in 2013. Several studies have shown that Jomon people brought chestnuts to Hokkaido and the Tohoku region, where chestnuts do not normally grow naturally. Prof. Obata's group, however, showed that Jomon people brought maize weevils with the chestnuts to these areas, thereby confirming the theory of anthropogenic spread of the food pest.

“The fact that food pests such as weevils existed even in the Jomon period, and that their spread was due to sedentary lifestyles and the transportation and trade of food is similar to what happens in modern society," said Professor Obata. "Modern epidemics and disasters spread not only through natural forces, but also by the gathering of people and the movement of goods. Thus, there are lessons to be learned from pottery from thousands of years ago."

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The chestnut coals burned long and hot with a nearly smokeless flame. Djinn and moonshiners delight lol
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Remembering in kingships, it is said god fave the king.
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Speaking of polar attention and eyes of light…spirulina is spiraling because it was on the spectrum par of Aztec gold.

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The indigenous peoples of Mexico apparently had a nose for superfoods. Before the arrival of the Spaniards, they were happily consuming amaranth and chia, both of which have only recently been rediscovered and made available commercially.

Well, they had a third superfood that is also making a comeback. It’s called spirulina and, according to the United States National Institute of Health, it “became famous” after it was successfully used by NASA as a dietary supplement for astronauts on space missions.

Spirulina looks like algae, but it’s something even more primitive. I first heard the word used when I visited the back yard of my neighbor, Rodrigo Orozco. At the far end of his property there is a big hothouse, which I assumed was for growing vegetables.

“Actually, I’m growing something else in here, something blue-green and slimy,” Orozco told me as he opened the hothouse door. Inside I found 24 huge, translucent vats.
“Inside these is spirulina,” said my neighbor. “It’s a cyanobacterium, one of the first living things to exist on our planet and because it’s able to do photosynthesis, it’s green in color. It also produces oxygen, but curiously, can only live in a very alkaline environment. Thousands of years ago, people in Africa and Mexico noticed it. In Mexico, the Aztecs, especially the runners, consumed it regularly.


Cyano printing photosynthetic bacteria. Converts light energy into chemical energy. A very different mingle of Tiamat as it is naturally within tropical and subtropical lakes with high ph. Cultivated raceway ponds agitate the waters for agricultural development. As they say, 90% of our cellular energy is produced by our mitochondria.
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makes you wonder if they grew it and charged it with certain frequencies

say by growing it, in and around star structures
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Noting black holes hold past information portaling in to the canopy church shows the hidden information became hidden in plain sight in its site from those that built upon it later. Templaring the sword of the elongated trinkets of connection. Lol
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“I TOOK A WALK IN THE WOODS AND CAME OUT TALLER THAN THE TREES”
HENRY DAVID THOREAU

Pun lol
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lol
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Either way, honey is the only food that is said to never rot or spoil lasting I definitely.
A honey pot is never honey as it is just a container lol
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


Remembering, they found gravity to not be a force when thrust in a vacuum required a container. F=ma is the circular argument
The infinity is the hourglass sideways which harnessing gravity became a mystery within the 2nd law of Newton.

Romans:
20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:

21 Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.

22 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,

23 And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things.


Microbes understand this lol
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


The human body is also known as the totem pole as many have passed down the lineage information on the axis mundi.

The body being the pillar between heaven and earth.
When the mind energy called yuan Shen aligns with heart energy yuan qi and creative energy jing qi there is potentiality. The container for creativity.

Yuan shen is known as the celestial palace
Yuan qi is known as the emperor of the body palace
Jing qi is known as limited life force once gone it is gone



Remembering the baihui is the upper most point for zhong mai.
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


...


Heart lines can become knots..
 Quoting: Huginn


An outsider to Egypt would call the knot a standing wave lol
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


Don't you talk scalars to me...
 Quoting: Huginn


Container probs lol
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


Which is why the heart is vital

The cave's roof is formed of sandstone mixed with shale, which formed from black mud beneath the swampy tropical lands around 312 million years ago. Found within the shale layer is the end product of decaying plant matter--coal.

 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi

 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi



nice string to knot..




and I watch as your head turns full circle
d00bious
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Speaking of polar attention and eyes of light…spirulina is spiraling because it was on the spectrum par of Aztec gold.

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The indigenous peoples of Mexico apparently had a nose for superfoods. Before the arrival of the Spaniards, they were happily consuming amaranth and chia, both of which have only recently been rediscovered and made available commercially.

Well, they had a third superfood that is also making a comeback. It’s called spirulina and, according to the United States National Institute of Health, it “became famous” after it was successfully used by NASA as a dietary supplement for astronauts on space missions.

Spirulina looks like algae, but it’s something even more primitive. I first heard the word used when I visited the back yard of my neighbor, Rodrigo Orozco. At the far end of his property there is a big hothouse, which I assumed was for growing vegetables.

“Actually, I’m growing something else in here, something blue-green and slimy,” Orozco told me as he opened the hothouse door. Inside I found 24 huge, translucent vats.
“Inside these is spirulina,” said my neighbor. “It’s a cyanobacterium, one of the first living things to exist on our planet and because it’s able to do photosynthesis, it’s green in color. It also produces oxygen, but curiously, can only live in a very alkaline environment. Thousands of years ago, people in Africa and Mexico noticed it. In Mexico, the Aztecs, especially the runners, consumed it regularly.


Cyano printing photosynthetic bacteria. Converts light energy into chemical energy. A very different mingle of Tiamat as it is naturally within tropical and subtropical lakes with high ph. Cultivated raceway ponds agitate the waters for agricultural development. As they say, 90% of our cellular energy is produced by our mitochondria.
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


makes you wonder if they grew it and charged it with certain frequencies

say by growing it, in and around star structures
 Quoting: Huginn


A different kind of manna
ohyeah
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Noting black holes hold past information portaling in to the canopy church shows the hidden information became hidden in plain sight in its site from those that built upon it later. Templaring the sword of the elongated trinkets of connection. Lol
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


“I TOOK A WALK IN THE WOODS AND CAME OUT TALLER THAN THE TREES”
HENRY DAVID THOREAU

Pun lol
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi





lol
 Quoting: Huginn


This is giving lord of the good tree cypress in water having tree knees that breathe valley of the queens in Luxor. Hmmmm this is alphabet conspiracy lol
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Speaking of polar attention and eyes of light…spirulina is spiraling because it was on the spectrum par of Aztec gold.

[link to mexiconewsdaily.com (secure)]

The indigenous peoples of Mexico apparently had a nose for superfoods. Before the arrival of the Spaniards, they were happily consuming amaranth and chia, both of which have only recently been rediscovered and made available commercially.

Well, they had a third superfood that is also making a comeback. It’s called spirulina and, according to the United States National Institute of Health, it “became famous” after it was successfully used by NASA as a dietary supplement for astronauts on space missions.

Spirulina looks like algae, but it’s something even more primitive. I first heard the word used when I visited the back yard of my neighbor, Rodrigo Orozco. At the far end of his property there is a big hothouse, which I assumed was for growing vegetables.

“Actually, I’m growing something else in here, something blue-green and slimy,” Orozco told me as he opened the hothouse door. Inside I found 24 huge, translucent vats.
“Inside these is spirulina,” said my neighbor. “It’s a cyanobacterium, one of the first living things to exist on our planet and because it’s able to do photosynthesis, it’s green in color. It also produces oxygen, but curiously, can only live in a very alkaline environment. Thousands of years ago, people in Africa and Mexico noticed it. In Mexico, the Aztecs, especially the runners, consumed it regularly.


Cyano printing photosynthetic bacteria. Converts light energy into chemical energy. A very different mingle of Tiamat as it is naturally within tropical and subtropical lakes with high ph. Cultivated raceway ponds agitate the waters for agricultural development. As they say, 90% of our cellular energy is produced by our mitochondria.
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


makes you wonder if they grew it and charged it with certain frequencies

say by growing it, in and around star structures
 Quoting: Huginn


A different kind of manna
ohyeah
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi

Recall Moses had to leave Egypt through the desert to find the manna..

Egypt's one of the few places that doesn't have star forts

They were wiped away if ever there at all

Maybe helping the energy find less chaotic paths with constructive endings

I'm sure light prefers to be captured within photosynthesis

To emerge from the aether through the quantum superposition that is a plants ability to capture photons:)

I'm high AF sorry not sorry
d00bious
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Either way, honey is the only food that is said to never rot or spoil lasting I definitely.
A honey pot is never honey as it is just a container lol
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


Remembering, they found gravity to not be a force when thrust in a vacuum required a container. F=ma is the circular argument
The infinity is the hourglass sideways which harnessing gravity became a mystery within the 2nd law of Newton.

Romans:
20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:

21 Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.

22 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,

23 And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things.


Microbes understand this lol
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


The human body is also known as the totem pole as many have passed down the lineage information on the axis mundi.

The body being the pillar between heaven and earth.
When the mind energy called yuan Shen aligns with heart energy yuan qi and creative energy jing qi there is potentiality. The container for creativity.

Yuan shen is known as the celestial palace
Yuan qi is known as the emperor of the body palace
Jing qi is known as limited life force once gone it is gone



Remembering the baihui is the upper most point for zhong mai.
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


...


An outsider to Egypt would call the knot a standing wave lol
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


Don't you talk scalars to me...
 Quoting: Huginn


Container probs lol
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


Which is why the heart is vital

The cave's roof is formed of sandstone mixed with shale, which formed from black mud beneath the swampy tropical lands around 312 million years ago. Found within the shale layer is the end product of decaying plant matter--coal.

 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi

 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi



nice string to knot..




and I watch as your head turns full circle
 Quoting: Huginn


As the Italian witches say women are the neck is men is the head lol
Order out of chaos

Remember


The Egyptians say that the divine right of kings was taught how to restore order and balance and avert chaos. And by uniting upper and lower Egypt and restoring Ma'at, threat of crisis averted. It was tied by lotus plants on the windpipe.


tyingegypt2
 Quoting: Fancypantz


I like aradia lol
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Speaking of polar attention and eyes of light…spirulina is spiraling because it was on the spectrum par of Aztec gold.

[link to mexiconewsdaily.com (secure)]

The indigenous peoples of Mexico apparently had a nose for superfoods. Before the arrival of the Spaniards, they were happily consuming amaranth and chia, both of which have only recently been rediscovered and made available commercially.

Well, they had a third superfood that is also making a comeback. It’s called spirulina and, according to the United States National Institute of Health, it “became famous” after it was successfully used by NASA as a dietary supplement for astronauts on space missions.

Spirulina looks like algae, but it’s something even more primitive. I first heard the word used when I visited the back yard of my neighbor, Rodrigo Orozco. At the far end of his property there is a big hothouse, which I assumed was for growing vegetables.

“Actually, I’m growing something else in here, something blue-green and slimy,” Orozco told me as he opened the hothouse door. Inside I found 24 huge, translucent vats.
“Inside these is spirulina,” said my neighbor. “It’s a cyanobacterium, one of the first living things to exist on our planet and because it’s able to do photosynthesis, it’s green in color. It also produces oxygen, but curiously, can only live in a very alkaline environment. Thousands of years ago, people in Africa and Mexico noticed it. In Mexico, the Aztecs, especially the runners, consumed it regularly.


Cyano printing photosynthetic bacteria. Converts light energy into chemical energy. A very different mingle of Tiamat as it is naturally within tropical and subtropical lakes with high ph. Cultivated raceway ponds agitate the waters for agricultural development. As they say, 90% of our cellular energy is produced by our mitochondria.
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi


makes you wonder if they grew it and charged it with certain frequencies

say by growing it, in and around star structures
 Quoting: Huginn


A different kind of manna
ohyeah
 Quoting: Kisiakanuchi

Recall Moses had to leave Egypt through the desert to find the manna..

Egypt's one of the few places that doesn't have star forts

They were wiped away if ever there at all

Maybe helping the energy find less chaotic paths with constructive endings

I'm sure light prefers to be captured within photosynthesis

To emerge from the aether through the quantum superposition that is a plants ability to capture photons:)

I'm high AF sorry not sorry
 Quoting: Huginn


Lmaooooo well you do like to soar in mind with the winged ones

Good thinking. I noticed in Yellowstone that by every pool there was tracks and excrement from the bigger animals right near the ancient living organisms in the pools. It’s not like they could drink the waters. But what attracted them there? Why move into those pathways? There’s no vegetation. There is heat.





GLP