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  • Sacred Number Embedded in Everyday Phenomena :

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8F-Ma2XHSQ

  • Boring A+ blood type here. At least it is the agriculturalist 'vegetarian' type, so that was handy. But there is no alien in me :(

    There are a fair few stories I could share that illustrate ''Reality is stranger than fiction'', (stories that also illustrate (to me) that how things are, is exactly how God intends them to be)...but I will share this one as it is a Christmas tale.

    Many years ago we lived in a very old stone cottage in the mountains, far from any village. We had three children, ranging from newborn to 5 years old. We had no car and my husband used to hitch-hike to town once a week with a large duffel bag and get groceries...to be honest I don't know how we managed. I rarely went into a town and once a couple of years had elapsed since I had even been off the mountain! As the children were growing, however, we were thinking that maybe we could do with a car. One day about 2 weeks before Christmas, my husband's mother phoned to say she had an old Lada car which she was thinking of getting rid of, and that we could have it if we could afford the insurance. We lived on very little money at the time. The insurance company quoted us 1200 pounds as we had no driving history -  it was an astronomical sum for our budget, completely unthinkable.

    The same day we got the insurance quote - within a matter of hours - a friend of my husband phoned us, completely out of the blue, a guy he had not seen since boarding school. This friend was now a Hare Krishna and he had brought over a shipment of jewellery and art from India and he wondered if my husband would be interested in coming up to Belfast to help him sell it from a stall on the street. So, my husband packed up his kitbag and hitched to Belfast next morning, and I stayed on the mountain with the children.

    He worked all the way up to Christmas Eve, sleeping in a hostel, and he had this money pouch that he kept tied around his waist. His payment for working was a percentage of the take on sales, so after every transaction he would stuff the percentage he had earned into the bag. Over the fortnight he took out whatever he needed for food and board and otherwise did not go near it. Before he came home on Christmas eve he bought the children their gifts from Santa, and me a bread crock which is something I had wanted. (Romantic, I know!)

    He came home very late on Christmas eve, and after his supper he emptied out onto the table the bunched up notes and the load of coins he had been carrying around and he counted it. The total came to 1200 pounds and fifty pence. Enough left over for a Mars Bar, he said!

    PS for your numbers..The Serpents Egg by Jake Baddeley

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    • “The universe doesn’t give you what you ask for with your thoughts - it gives you what you demand with your actions.”

      4e1c9bcade6ab8af73cf613fea15543c--the-universe-consciousness.jpgfifty pence ..... for a Mars Bar :)

      The square root of five = 2.236....  This number appears in the fractional expression for the golden ratio

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    how many fingers does a Human have in one hand

    how many teeth does the average human have

    how many senses does a human have

    what are the parts of a Human that are in constant contact with its exterior environment ( if you don' wear shoes .... hint hint )

    how many chromosomes does a human have  and which are the sex chromosomes

    how many apparent "holes" are there on ( or is it in ) a human head  ( ex: a mouth is a hole )

    ....

    • *A baby's temperature while in the womb remains constant at about the same body temperature as the mother's, which is about 99.86 degrees F

       

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    • did yhu know :

      Left-handedness is significantly more common in persons who were born in the spring or early summer (March to July ( a period of 5 month )  .... that would be in astrology  Pisces to Cancer )

      On the societal level, left-handers might enjoy a selective advantage because of their increased interhemispheric connectivity, possibly leading to enhanced cognitive abilities, such as creativity and language skills.Greater interhemispheric connectivity in left-handers might account for the reported findings that left-handers are more likely to have an IQ score above 131 and to have exceptional mathematical ability  for more : Understanding Left-Handedness

      * not a believer in IQ scores ....

      March to July / Pisces to Cancer

      350px-Analemma_Earth.pngsolar-analemma-070000-UTC.jpg?width=230In astronomy, an analemma (/ˌænəˈlɛmə/; from Greek ἀνάλημμα analēmma "support")[a] is a diagram showing the variation of the position of the Sun in the sky over the course of a year, as viewed at a fixed time of day and from a fixed location on the Earth.

       The Analemma is the figure 8 image we discovered based on the recording of positions of the sun seen at the same time and from the same fixed point throughout a full year.

      The reason for this is because of two factors: firstly, the Earth is tilted on its axis at 23.5° in relation to the plane of its orbit going around the sun and secondly, the Earth doesn’t actually orbit the sun in a circle, but in an ellipse, which is a more elongated curve.

      Understanding Left-Handedness
      The human cerebrum is asymmetrical, consisting of two hemispheres with differing functions. Recent epidemiological and neurobiological research has s…
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        Individuals with the RH-negative blood type often have the following characteristics:

        • Higher IQ
        • Blue, green or hazel eyes
        • Reddish hair
        • Piercing eyes
        • Empathic qualities
        • Sensitivity to heat
        • Unexplained phobias
        • Highly tuned senses

        *not much research done on this ....but there was a japanese obsession with blood types linked to character

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        Traits of Rh- Negative Individuals
        Rh-Negative People are said to share some common traits including a predominance to blue or green eyes, esp, reddish hair and more.
        • let's move to another topic :

          thank you for mentioning

          Matsya The Fish

          Matsya (Sanskrit: मत्स्य, lit. fish), is the avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu in the form of a fish. Often listed as the first avatar in the lists of the ten primary avatars of Vishnu, Matsya is described to have rescued the first man, Manu, from a great deluge.....   following the fall of a Comet  maybe  or  the passage of a large celestial body  ....

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          for a while i wanted to approach the subject of "beings of the water" but did not know how to go about it .....  will follow on  it soon

          for starter :

          Dogon Tribe - The NoMMos are also referred to as “Masters of the Water, “the Monitors”, and "the Teachers”.....  in Sumerian : NINAZU - Lord Knowing the Waters

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          Moon you replied :

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          Heh, coincidentally I was skyping on Sunday with a pal of mine in Bulgaria and she told me all about a book she is reading - Beyond Atlantis, by Frank Joseph, which apparently goes in to the aquatic ape style theory. Since then I discovered Frank Joseph is a reprehensible sort, a Neo Nazi with pedophile predilections so I'm gonna completely ignore him. Still the theory is obviously out there.

          Instead I will link to Thomas Sheridan's recent video on the Dogon tribe, also coincidental since I just watched it before you mentioned Dogon. Thomas is a hard to decipher chap, grouchy, irritable, a grumpy bollox according to a friend of mine who met him. He lives in a town nearby me, and someday I intend to meet him to see what's his story. Underneath all the hatred for Abrahamic religions, his affection for casting spells and his artistic rage, I reckon he has a good heart. Haha, seriously! At least he is a determined contrarian, which I admire."

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mD2KztZaoQ4

          Sanskrit
          Sanskrit (IAST: Saṃskṛtam; IPA: [sə̃skr̩t̪əm]) is the primary liturgical language of Hinduism; a philosophical language of Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhis…
          • through my various vagabondage , i stumbled on these following patterns :

            • many of Parravicini’s prophecies refer to the contact with extraterrestrial beings, which he names "astronavigator" (astronavego), "the Blue Beings" from the planet "KI--EN-KI", which have already been in the earth thousands of years ago and will be back "in their enormous fish shape red ships":

            Interplanetary ships, invisible to the human eye, are coming right now to the earth. These beings, invisible to the human eye, have always coexisted in our planet, and they dwell in temples and convents because they are mystics and they try to impose the faith. (year 1939)

            this  is from : THE BENJAMIN SOLARI PARRAVICINI's PROPHETIC MESSAGE - by Tomás Latino

            but wait ....  recently  i have watched a presentation by a French EthnoBotanist : Romuald Leterrier

            • in which (at 14 min of the vid : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBLoPvwkXxc ; ) he describes his experience with the ayahuasca of the sky ( there seems to be many different types of ayahuasca which results  in different experiences )  ;  in  his vision there are beings similar to those mentioned by Solary and not only that ,

            The shaman goes on to say that through his vision quest , he thought that the beings he saw were ET's when in fact they are originally from Earth and that they existed on Earth before their were Plants on Earth  and lived in The Oceans .....  afterwards they left Earth .... but come back often ....  the Botanist asked what do they look like ....  the Shaman  answers :  Pulpo

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            Alien intelligence: the extraordinary minds of octopuses and other ...

            • Why Aliens Look Like Octopuses

              octopus by Ernst HaeckelHave you ever noticed that extra-terrestrials in most “aliens-make-contact” science fiction usually resemble octopuses, squids, or other cephalopods? At least, when they don’t just look like humans in Halloween masks or cheap make up. Arrival, Independence Day, War of the Worlds, The Simpsons… the list goes on. The default non-humanoid aliens seem to always have bulbous heads, tentacles, and slimy skin.

              SPECIAL SKILLS

              Then there’s the fact that cephalopods possess a number of skills and attributes we lack, many of which can seem magical, alien or impossible to us:

              – Incredibly sophisticated adaptive colouration system (if you’ve never seen octopuses or other cephalopods camouflaging, check this out!)

              long-arm squid by NOAA– Limbs that regenerate when severed

              Blue blood (copper-based rather than iron-based)

              – Three hearts

              – Ink they expel to blind and confuse the senses of predators

              – Paralysing poison they inject into prey

              – Eyes with rectangular pupils that are good at seeing in the dark

              – The ability to squeeze into incredibly small spaces

              All of these emphasise their difference to humans and provide inspiration for creepy alien traits. The recent film Arrival, for example, made use of ink expulsion

              DNA & EVOLUTION

              Phragmoteuthis conocauda fossilCephalopods are an ancient species, with the first living over 500 million years ago. The earliest octopus fossil is 296 million years old, so early octopuses were around before the dinosaurs, when land-dwellers were still small reptiles. Suffice to say, you have to go a very long way back to find a common ancestor for cephalopods and hominids – our branches have been evolving separately for millions of years.

              It’s unsurprising, then, that the DNA of an octopus is organised very differently to our own, enough that it has been described as “alien” by some scientists (several tabloid news sites took this to mean octopuses are actually extra-terrestrial, and a spate of misleading headlines ensued). In spite of this “alien” DNA, and our different evolutionary paths, octopuses have independently developed some similar features to us that we recognise as advanced, such as camera-like eyes, prehensile limbs, large brains and complex nervous systems. So when we’re looking in our own backyard for something utterly different, ancient, and yet still relatable, octopuses are a logical choice.

              read on ....

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