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    Originally posted by unicorno View Post

    Any idea for "Interesting at least £ - ups sorry 3"
    in - somma :
    "interesting at least (partially free)"
    "ups" - delivery service is not quite clear.....


    AHHHHHHHHHHH now I understand :
    "Interesting at least



    Something from Nothing

    My understanding of the Magrav Power Unit
    and the Keshe Foundation with a bit of Tesla thrown in.

    A Conversation with Dan Winter about Mr. Keshe and Plasma Science

    By your own efforts Waken yourself, watch yourself.
    And live joyfully.
    You are the master.


    sHe care...


    The power of GANS
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    Mark Chapter 6
    The right squares (the one with horizontal lines) descend in the order of 4,2,1,.5,.25,.125; the obligue (rotated) squares descend in the order of 1.4142,.7071,.3535, which is 1, .5 and .25 times the square root of 2

    Decoding Giza Pyramids

    Bless us, divine number, thou who generated gods and men! O holy, holy Tetractys, thou that containest the root and source of the eternally flowing creation! For the divine number begins with the profound, pure unity until it comes to the holy four; then it begets the mother of all, the all-comprising, all-bounding, the first-born, the never-swerving, the never-tiring holy ten, the keyholder of all.

    EArth infrared

    Will they SOON respond to what we MUST do , Our Children are Waiting....

    “anklets of Krishna”

    Ackling Dyke, nr Sixpenny Handley, Dorset, United Kingdom. Reported 22nd August
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      January 2nd 2017 Part 2 of 2 Q Coil Conversations English and Part German

      Part 1

      Advantages with the Q Coils over making a KF Magrav design (only a few from a list of many reasons listed here)
      1. The saving of time and materials making KF Magrav coils
      2. The saving of time and materials nano coating like you would with the KF Magrav coils
      3. The saving of time and materials in the production of GANS that you would do with the KF Magrav coils


      • #4

        So long as we keep to the standpoint of those nineteenth-century theologians who held that human evolution can take its course purely in the inner being of man, and has nothing to do with the external world of the Macrocosm, we cannot reach an objective appreciation of Christ Jesus; we come to all kinds of grotesque ideas, but never to a relationship with the Christ-Event. For anyone who believes that he can reach the highest human ideal compatible with Earth-evolution merely by an inner soul-path, through a kind of self-redemption, a relationship with the objective Christ is impossible. We may also say that wherever the redemption of man is thought of as a matter for psychology to deal with, there is no relationship to the Christ. Anyone who penetrates further into cosmic mysteries soon finds that when a man believes that he can attain his highest ideal of Earth-existence solely through himself, only through his own inner development, he cuts off altogether his connection with the Macrocosm. Such a person believes that he has the Macrocosm before him as a kind of Nature, and that his inner souldevelopment, side by side with the Macrocosm, is something running parallel with it. But a connection between the two he cannot find. This is just what is so terribly grotesque in the evolution of the nineteenth century. The connection that should exist between Microcosm and Macrocosm, has been torn asunder. If this had not happened, we should not have seen all those misunderstandings that have arisen over the terms ‘theoretical materialism’ on the one hand and ‘abstract idealism’ on the other. Just consider — the sundering of Microcosm and Macrocosm has led men who care little for the inner life of the soul to assign it, as well as the external life of the body, to the Macrocosm, thus making everything subject to material processes. Others, aware that there is nevertheless an inner life, have fallen gradually into abstractions concerning everything of significance to the human soul.

        And in the moment when a man becomes conscious that with his sin, with his error, something objective happens; when he knows that what he has done, what he has given out from himself, is not connected merely with himself but with the whole objective course of cosmic development, then he will no longer be able to say to himself that compensation for what he has brought about is only an inner concern of the soul. There is indeed a good and significant possibility that a man who sees that thoughts and feelings are objective may also see that what has brought and brings people into mistakes through successive earth-lives is not an inward affair related to a single life, but is the consequence of karma.

        OH YES!!!!! Look!!! TORUS appears on GIANT SUPERCELL!!

        YES!!!! Re-invented: The "SUPER CELL" Magnetic Field VIEWER!! AMAZING!

        ... John the Baptist declared: ‘Change your conception of the world, for the times have changed. Now you will no longer be able to rise up into the spiritual as in the past, for the vision that could see into the old spirituality is lost. Change your thinking, and accept the Divine Being who is to give anew to men what they have had to lose through their descent to earth!’

        Your Golden Merkaba is the vehicle. The Great Solar Light Key is your ignition key. The Golden Ray is your vehicle's fuel. Your Higher Self is the driver. Your heart is the control panel. Activate Yours Today!

        After man had lost his primal connection with the Gods, what did he find when he looked out at the material world? Through his descent into the material realm, his perception of the spiritual, of the physical manifestation of the Divine in the cosmos, steadily declined. The remnants of the old clairvoyance faded by degrees, and nature, for him, was in a certain sense deprived of the Divine. A merely material world was spread out before him. And in face of this material universe he could in no way maintain a belief that the Christ-Principle was at work there. The nineteenth-century Kant-Laplace theory, whereby our solar system developed out of a cosmic nebula, and eventually life arose on individual planets, has led finally to the universe being regarded as a collaboration of atoms. If we try to think of Christ in this setting, as conceived by materialistic scientists, it makes no sense. There is no place for the Christ-Being in this cosmogony, no place for anything spiritual. You remember someone saying — I read you the passage — that he would have to tear up his whole conception of the universe if he had to believe in the Resurrection. This shows that in contemplating Nature, or in thinking about Nature, all possibility of penetrating into the living essence of natural facts has disappeared.

        The aim of Theosophy is to work in such a way that we shall grasp in the spirit itself something concrete, something real. By means of meditation, concentration and all that we learn as the knowledge of higher worlds, men become ripe in their inner being not merely to experience thought-worlds, or worlds of abstract feelings and perceptions, but to permeate themselves inwardly with the element of the Spirit; thereby they will experience the Communion in the Spirit; thereby thoughts, meditative thoughts, will be able to live in man; they will even be the very same, only from within outwards, as the symbol of the Holy Communion, the consecrated Bread, has been from without inwards. And as the undeveloped Christian can seek his way to Christ through the Holy Communion, so the developed Christian who, through progressive knowledge of the Spirit has learnt to know the Form of the Christ, can raise himself in spirit to what will indeed be in the future an exoteric path for men. That will be the force which is to bring to men a widening of the Christ-Impulse. But then all ceremonies will change, and that which formerly came to pass through the attributes of bread and wine will come about in the future through a spiritual Communion. The thought of the Sacrament, the Holy Communion, will remain. Only it must be made possible that certain thoughts which flow to us through what is imparted within our Movement, certain inner thoughts and feelings, shall permeate and spiritualise our inner being — thoughts and feelings as fully consecrated as in the best sense of inner Christian development the Holy Communion has spiritualised the human soul and filled it with the Christ.

        The Cosmic Orgasm – Sacred Geometry

        The tragedy is that this very science — and anyone familiar with it will grant this — owing to its deep seriousness and its tremendous, devoted industry, which one can only admire, has led to a complete splitting up and destruction of what it wished to teach. When in the future course of evolution people look back at our time, they will feel it to be particularly tragic that men sought to conquer the Bible by means of a science worthy of endless admiration — and succeeded only in losing the Bible.

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            The Great Pyramid's chronological representation depends upon the angle of the slope of the Passage System. This angle (26 degrees 18 minutes 9.7 seconds) is called the "Christ Angle" and forms the "Christ Triangle (see figure below).

            This angle of slope, when taken as a "rhumb line" (not a great circle arc) bearing north of true east, describes, from the Great Pyramid, a direct route that passes successively over Israel's crossing of the Red Sea (sea of reeds), through Bethleham, and over Israel's crossing of the Jordan. The two crossings define that beginning and ending of the children of Israel's "wanderings," after coming out of Egypt. (see figure below).

            Loosing track...

            Chlorophyll, Hematin, and 137 The Fine Structure Constant

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              @ 6min18


              The Heart is not a pump as claimed in academia. The Heart is Blood flow regulator which controls the imploding blood in our bodies via twin opposing vortices created within the Heart. The Heart has never pumped a drop of blood, it is not a pressure pump as Frank Chester has documented so clearly in his work.

              Blood is a Very Special Fluid

              Leonardo da Vinci - vortex studies & anatomical Drawings


              The Heart is NOT a Pump ~ The Esoteric Backstory on Physiology
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              • #8
                AbioGenesis – The Frankenstein Effect by John Mount

                During work on an electrical experiment, an astonished scientist found that he had accidentally created life. This is the story of what he discovered over 150 years ago— and more…

                Throughout the 1940s and 1950s, science was busy trying to replicate the primitive pre-life conditions that were supposedly responsible for the early beginnings of life on this planet. In laboratories around the world, white-coated priests of this religion nouveau subjected their test tubes, containing a multitude of weird and wonderful concoctions, to heat and electric current, whilst muttering strange incantations with words like “amino acids” and “chromosomes” as they vainly tried to coax life from their primordial soups and stews.

                However, there is a possibility that the answer to the question of the origin of life on Earth may have surfaced well over a hundred years previously in an old house in the English countryside.

                Publication of successful experiments performed by a solitary experimenter around the 1830s was suppressed at the time, though two other researchers (one of them the electrical luminary Michael Faraday) later claimed similar results.

                Andrew Crosse, in the year 1836, would have been known by his peers as “an electrician” or “a scientific amateur”. This was the era of the birth of electrical science. The few newspapers extant at the time were glowing with reports of the marvellous experiments of Michael Faraday, of Ohm, Morse and other electricity pioneers.

                According to his family and friends, Crosse was an honest and simple, God-fearing man. A small income from an “encumbered estate” ensured he was able to work virtually unhindered on his electrical experiments in his Quantock Hills home in the south of England. His passion was the then-little-known field of electricity that used electric current to generate crystals.

                Local gossip would have it that he was in league with the Devil. People often reported to the local constabulary, seeing eerie flashing lights and hearing weird crackling, hissing noises coming from Crosse’s house during the night and well into the wee hours. It was this type of phenomenon that eventually earned Crosse the title, “the Thunder and Lightning Man”.

                During the autumn of 1837, Crosse was busy trying to synthesise crystals of silica by passing a continuous weak current from Leyden condensers and galvanic batteries through oxide of iron, whilst a fluid medium of silicate of potash and hydrochloric acid was allowed to seep gradually through the iron. (It is interesting to note that Dr Wilhelm Reich, during experiments in the 1930s and 1940s with substances he called “bion fluids”, suggested that static electricity like that in Leyden jars was similar to, if not the same power as, his “orgone energy” which he believed was the “fundamental phenomenon of life”.)

                For two weeks, Crosse patiently awaited the results of the experiment. The formation of crystals as he had expected was not immediately forthcoming, but something much more unusual and unexpected began to occur. In his diary, Crosse described the results of his experiment:

                On the fourteenth day from the commencement of this experiment I observed through a lens a few small whitish excrescences or nipples, projecting from about the middle of the electrified stone. On the eighteenth day these projections enlarged, and struck out seven or eight filaments, each of them longer than the hemisphere on which they grew.

                There was nothing odd or different about this observation. Crosse had seen these “excrescences” on other occasions and knew them as merely preludes to the eventual formation of solid crystals.

                On the twenty-sixth day these appearances assumed the form of a perfect insect, standing erect on a few bristles which formed its tail. Till this period I had no notion that these appearances were other than an incipient mineral formation. On the twenty-eighth day these little creatures moved their legs. I must now say that I was not a little astonished. After a few days they detached themselves from the stone, and moved about at pleasure.

                Crosse continued monitoring the experiment, and in the course of a few weeks about a hundred of the creatures made their appearance on the stone. He examined them with a microscope and observed that the smaller ones appeared to have only six legs, the larger ones eight.

                Crosse was unsure exactly what he had discovered:
                These insects are pronounced to be of the genus Acarus, but there appears to be a difference of opinion as to whether they are of a known species; some assert that they are not.

                Although an amateur, Crosse was no fool and began to suspect that his equipment had somehow become contaminated with the eggs of ordinary Acari. After a thorough examination of his equipment and the room, Crosse was satisfied that there could have been no contamination from any source, either airborne or otherwise. However, being the keen and conscientious investigator that he was, he determined in future to take steps to ensure that contamination would never be a problem.

                Crosse by now had lost interest in his original experiments of generating crystals, and began preparations to conduct further experimentation in this new, exciting field.
                In that same year, Crosse wrote two papers on his experiments. One was published in Transactions of the London Electrical Society(1838), and the other in Annals of Electricity (Oct 1836–Oct 1837).

                As news of his discovery spread, the local people, mostly simple villagers and farm folk, were convinced that Crosse was either mad or possessed, and by the year’s end he had been damned from one end of England to the other. He was frequently insulted, and many unkindly referred to him as “a blasphemer” and “a reviler of our holy religion”, while, conversely, a very small number hailed him as “a modern Prometheus”.

                Mary Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein, had been released nearly 20 years earlier, and Crosse’s detractors now compared him to the book’s mad scientist who managed to “electrically create life”.
                Somewhat unnerved at this personal form of attack, Crosse wrote to a colleague in complaint:
                I met with so much virulence and abuse…in consequence of the experiments that it seemed as if it were a crime to have made them.”

                Crosse was relieved when he heard that another amateur, a Mr Weeks from Sandwich, had successfully repeated some of his experiments but had used even more stringent precautions to prevent contamination.
                Before commencing work, Weeks baked all his equipment in an oven at high temperatures, used only distilled water, filled his receivers over mercury troughs using “manufactured air” (oxygen), and even heated his silicate solutions strongly. After a year and a half of electrification, the Acari made their appearance. Control experiments, using everything except electricity, always failed; no Acari appeared.

                Weeks submitted a summary of his results to the Electrical Society, but, as it appears now, even less is known about this amateur than is known about Crosse.
                Somewhat heartened, Crosse returned to his work with renewed vigour. Becoming more innovative, he dispensed with the electrified porous stone and began using glass cylinders or tubes filled with concentrated solutions of copper nitrate, copper sulphate and zinc sulphate. The Acari again made their appearance, though this time at the edge and two inches below the fluid surface. Remarkably, he found that after they emerged from the solution, if by accident they fell back into the liquid they were “destroyed”.

                Now this is very intriguing. Zinc sulphate, like all zinc compounds, is very poisonous, and copper sulphate and copper nitrate are used in insecticides. Apparently the Acari womb is also the Acari tomb! It seems incredible that they are born in this fluid and yet cannot return to it!

                Crosse next used an even stronger substance, hydrofluoric acid—an acid so strong it was often stored in wax-lined bottles because of its tendency to dissolve glass. A small piece of quartz was immersed in the acid which contained silica in solution (H2SiF6) to a depth of two inches. This quartz was kept “negatively electrified” and, after a period of more than 12 months, three Acari became visible on the piece of quartz.

                Crosse’s next experiment required the use of a hot silicate solution, prepared the same as for the first experiment. This time he used an hermetically sealed vessel. Upon connecting up the battery, he noticed that oxygen and hydrogen gases were being liberated, and on the 140th day he saw one of the tiny creatures crawling about within the retort. At this point, Crosse realised he had forgotten to place in the retort a resting place for the insect, and before long it fell back into the acid and disappeared! He expressed his amazement that in a solution so caustic, a creature could be born!

                Crosse thoughtfully summarised his observations of his previous experiments with the Acari. He found that:

                • The first appearance of the Acari consists in “a very minute whitish hemisphere” which forms upon the surface of the electrified substance. Sometimes it appears at the positive end and sometimes at the negative, occasionally between the two or in the middle of the electrified current, and sometimes upon all.

                • After a few days, the speck enlarges and begins to elongate vertically and begins shooting out filaments of a whitish wavy appearance, which can be easily seen through a lens of very low power.

                • Then begins the first appearance of life. If a sharp point is placed near these filaments, says Crosse, they immediately shrink up and collapse “like zoophytes upon moss”, but expand again after its removal.
                • Some days afterwards, these filaments become legs and bristles and a perfect Acarus electricus is the result. It finally detaches itself from its birthplace, and if under the fluid it climbs up the electrified wire and eventually escapes from the vessel. If one of them is later thrown back into the fluid in which it was produced, it is immediately drowned.

                Crosse also mentions never having heard of Acari being produced under a fluid, or of their ova throwing out filaments, or of ever having observed any ova previous to or during “electrisation, except when a number of these insects in a perfect state congregate, ova are produced.”

                The only acknowledgement ever afforded to Crosse from the scientific establishment came in the form of a paper from Faraday, read at the Royal Institute. He stated that similar appearances had presented themselves during the course of his own experiments, but he was undecided whether they should be regarded as “a case of production or revivification”.

                Apparently the thin line between animal, mineral and vegetable can sometimes become a little blurred.
                Another little-known pioneer of science who dared cross this line was the Indian scientist Sir Jagadis Chandra Bose. Like Crosse, Bose did not fare well with the scientific academia and much of his work was ignored and disregarded. This was the same man who, in 1895, held a scientific demonstration in the Calcutta town hall, presided over by the Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal, Sir Alexander Mackenzie.

                During this demonstration, Bose, with his “metallic coherer”, transmitted radio waves from the lecture hall through several intervening walls to another room, a total of 75 feet away, where a relay was tripped, throwing a heavy iron ball into the air, a pistol was fired and a small mine was detonated. (All this happened while Marconi (the acknowledged discoverer of radio) was in Bologna, still trying to transmit electrical waves without wires. He would not be granted his patent for wire-less transmission of electric waves for at least another year.)

                It was during work on his metallic coherer that Bose noticed that after prolonged use his coherer became less sensitive, but after a period of non-use it somehow rejuvenated itself. Bose commenced experiments into metal fatigue and eventually developed a device which he called a Crescograph. It was as brilliant in its use as it was in its simplicity. The mainstay of this instrument was a simple “optical lever”: when some slight invisible movement was applied to one end, the other end would reflect a light beam, by way of a small mirror, to a screen many yards away. The resultant movements of this focused beam would equal an amplification of movement in the order of “ten million magnifications”.

                Bose was able to show by his device how animals, plants and metals when subjected to external stimuli gave exactly the same reactions. When metals and plants were doused with chloroform and other stupefying drugs, their movements, amplified by the device, would exhibit similar reactions to the effects of general anaesthesia normally exhibited in animal life. And when fire was introduced, both plant and mineral registered the trauma of pain, followed by, if kept in the flame, a sudden rapid shuddering, followed by the stillness or straight line of death! The subjects exhibited similar responses to poisons, acids and other excitation.

                One wonders, in the light of all the above information, if the scientific establishment may have been a little premature in dismissing the theory of abiogenesis—the creation of life from non-living matter.

                It would go a long way if someone were to try to duplicate some or all of the experiments performed by Crosse—which, if nothing else, would at least bring the matter to a conclusion one way or the other. The last word, in all fairness, must go to Crosse:
                To create is to form a something out of nothing. To annihilate is to reduce that something to a nothing. Both of these, of course, can only be the attributes of the Almighty.

                Ironically Crosse, somewhat like his Acari, died in the same room where he was born. He died on 6 July 1855 at the age of seventy-one years.




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