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Euclid’s Reverie

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In 1869 it was Thomas Huxley who considered the mysterious force, at the time named protoplasm, “the physical basis of life”. The mysterious liquid inside the cell walls surrounds the cell nucleus in eukaryote and prokaryote cells.

There are two types of protoplasms, tree-like structures called dendrites and axons.

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Body of a cell

These two projections work together to spread electrical stimulation via synapses.

It is important to note that the longest axons in the human body are those of the sciatic nerve which run from the base of the spine down to the big toe of each foot.

Retinal ganglion cells, found in the inner most layer of the retina, all share the defying property of having a long axon (protoplasm) that extends into the brain. These axons form important aspects of the optic system including the optic nerve, the optic chiasm and the optic tract. Here they project information into the brain where they synapse at the thalamus.

Many different functions are linked to the thalamus including auditory, somatic, visceral, gustatory and visual systems.

The thalamus and the hippocampus are linked through the limbic system. Most of the functions involving the hippocampus pertain to short and long term memory.

http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/limbicsystem.html

Our memories, or our reflections of specific moment in time/space, are largely reorganized and reinterpreted by our own self in a variety of ways.  Throughout the totality of our global-concioussness grid, our collective memories fragment and intermingle feverishly in order to construct the formation of our physical reality.

Music can be a powerful trigger for past moments and imagination, as can certain smells and tastes. Looking back on our past largely results in a quasi-fictitious interpretation of what truly was reality.

The physical moment of each quickly experienced “in-the-now” life event instantly begins to fade and morph in our mind into an interpreted reflection which is now susceptible to our own imagination and bias. Interestingly enough, our own reinterpretation becomes implanted in our brain as a truth, and thus, reshapes our emotional body to said time/place as well as our own physical body at the cell-memory level.

This can be best recognized through the fluidity of attachment and the power of emotional magnetism.

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Your brain is made up of billions of brain cells called neurons which use electricity (photonic energy) to communicate with one another. This electrical activity traveling along an axon in the brain can be detected and measured through the use of medical equipment like an EEG (electroencephalogram).

This is best known as a brainwave pattern.

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Waves are defined as an energy transport phenomenon. A pulse, or single disturbance moving through a medium from one location to another location, repeatedly constitutes the wave pattern.

http://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/waves/Lesson-1/What-is-a-Wave

A frequency refers to the number of waves that pass through a fixed place in a certain amount of time. This measurement of waves was named after 19th century physician Heinrich Rudolf Hertz and is what we today recognize as “hertz”.

A432 Hz simply refers to an A note vibrating (number of waves or disturbances) 432 times per second.

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Cymatics A432 hz

During a dream our brainwaves are typically measured at the theta level which is around 4-8 Hz. This range is most closely associated with relaxation, trance meditation, imagination, deep sleep and inspiration. At this level the physical body goes nearly limp and the mind disconnects from the body’s sensory connection to the outside world.

http://drjoedispenza.com/files/understanding-brainwaves_white_paper.pdf

It is at this point, the point of disconnection from physical reality, that we are said to be dreaming.

This is also sometimes referred to as the astral plane.

Many amazing works of art have been inspired from this level consciousness including John Lennon’s “Number 9”, Edgar Allen Poe’s “Dream Within a Dream”, And Robert Schumann’s “Traumerei”.

To further facilitate your abilities to reach the theta level you can listen to the recording below especially around the time of meditation or sleep.

As all actions first begin as an inspiration or an idea it is important to exercise your imagination and connect to the realm of thoughts and dreams. The astral plane, along with the mental and etheric planes are the layers which descend downwards towards the physical plane.

The bridge being the plasma plane.

We all must take part in the physical dream that we agree upon to be our reality and so it must be us who decide to make our reality exactly that…

A dream.

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“One day it will have to be officially admitted that what we have christened reality is an even greater illusion than the world of dreams.” – Salvador Dali

The Entwined Ascension of the Caduceus

 

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Oxygen. The most abundant element in the human body. The human body consists of roughly 60% H2O (hydrogen and oxygen.) The most utilized source of energy (a quantized transference of force) is glucose (C6H12O6) or in other words, Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen.

Within the physical body oxygen acts as the most significant electron acceptor and a catalyst for virtually every chemical reaction in the body.

A visual depiction of that process can be seen in the link below.

The process of Aerobic cellular respiration, characteristic of Eykaryotic cells, produces ATP (the energy currency of cells) only once sufficient oxygen levels are met.

Intro to Cellular Respiration: The Production of ATP

When we inhale oxygen into our lungs it immediately enters the bloodstream via the alveoli. The pulmonary veins then transports the oxygen-rich blood to the the bodies cells via the protein Hemoglobin.

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Heme, an iron-containing metalloid and the most important component to hemoglobin, is what binds the oxygen molecule to hemoglobin. Heme is responsible for the red color when a piece of metal rusts, the dirt on the planet Mars and blood.

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The unique properties of heme have even found there way into the food industry through the development of sophisticatedly-modified synthetic meat alternatives.

http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2016/06/21/482322571/silicon-valley-s-bloody-plant-burger-smells-tastes-and-sizzles-like-meat

It is important to note that non-heme iron (iron from plant sources) can be made bio-available with the addition of vitamin C. Examples include Cacao and Camu Camu, or Spinach and Lemon. The relationship between vitamin C and iron is well documented mainly due to vitamin C’s role as a reducing agent, in the case of iron Fe3 – Fe2.

http://dergiler.ankara.edu.tr/dergiler/24/1716/18327.pdf

This elaborate bio-chemical process occurs with every inhalation of oxygen and is recycled and regenerated with every exhale carbon dioxide.

A process that is largely subconscious.

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Conscious breathing exercises such as Nadi Shodhana or, alternate nostril breathing, is an ancient form of Ayurvedic medicine said to have the extraordinary effect of balancing both the left and right hemispheres of the brain.

Nadi Shodanas influence on the brain

The technical application of proper breath work can help clear two major Nadi channels the Ida and the Pingala and help in purifying the bioplasma body.

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Ida and the Pingala

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The visual depiction of the Ida and Pingala can be seen in various ways expressed through ancient works of art, occult symbolism and the construct of human DNA.

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Proper breath work can do wonders for an individual’s overall health and well being as the transportation of oxygen throughout the physical body is a very important component for the cleansing of impurities.

In music, Opera virtuosos utilizes advanced breathing techniques to convey some of humanities most profound musical moments.

The importance of breath must never to be lost on us as individuals. Oxygen is the life force which flows through everyone of us.

It is important to do the best you can to acknowledge each breath as doing so strongly aligns your physical and mental body to the immediate moment constituting a myriad of macro and micro events.

All begins and began with breath so remember to find a quiet moment to relax your mind and simply breathe, it will do wonders for clearing your complex web of thoughts and physical body.

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-B

“The kundalini is sleeping, closing the door of the Sushumana.  She sleeps above the Kanda or where the Nadis unite.  She gives liberation to the Yogi and bondage to fools.  He who knows her knows Yoga.” – The Hatha Yoga Pradīpikā

The Embroiled Dance With Disordered Chaos

 

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“Eureka! I have found it.” – Archimedes

In physics, energy is a property of objects which can be transferred to other objects or converted into different forms.

Simply defined, energy is the capacity for doing work. Human beings get their energy from food through a process called cellular respiration. It is important to note that energy is never lost, it is only ever transferred.

The following is an article elaborating on the process of cellular respiration

http://www.evolutionnews.org/2015/03/take_a_deep_bre094581.html

Within the mitochondria matrix resides the energy storage molecule ATP. Inside the dual membrane of the mitochondria we find what’s called the Electron Transport Chain or (ETC).

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The ETC transports high-energy coenzymes called NADH. NADH is critical to the mechanized process of transporting hydrogen throughout the matrix and converting the Suns powerful energy into ATP.

This whole process is a major transference of energy. From low energy to high energy. This chemical conversion has an enormous influence over the encompassed whole that is our physical body.

These intense energetic transference take place primarily within the Eurkaryote and Prokaryote cells.

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The Prokaryote contain no mitochondria and, instead, the Prokaryote are broken into dual segments, Bacteria and Archaea.

Taken from Wikipedia…

Although probable prokaryotic cell fossils date to almost 3.5 billion years ago, most prokaryotes do not have distinctive morphologies and fossil shapes cannot be used to identify them as archaea.[41] Instead, chemical fossils of unique lipids are more informative because such compounds do not occur in other organisms.[42] Some publications suggest that archaeal or eukaryotic lipid remains are present in shales dating from 2.7 billion years ago;[43] such data have since been questioned.[44] Such lipids have also been detected in even older rocks from west Greenland. The oldest such traces come from the Isua district, which include Earth’s oldest known sediments, formed 3.8 billion years ago.[45] The archaeal lineage may be the most ancient that exists on Earth.

The Archae and Eurkayotes have lived together in a dual, symbiotic existence since the beginning of planet Earth.

https://www.britannica.com/science/archaea

https://answersingenesis.org/biology/microbiology/information-processing-differences-between-archaea-and-eukarya/

Much of their connection is embedded in our genetic (DNA and RNA) makeup.

http://biology.stackexchange.com/questions/2645/how-do-archaea-relate-to-eukaryotes-and-bacteria

Blue-green algae, a form of Prokaryotic bacteria, provides a great source of protein, minerals, fatty acids and vitamins for the human body. Blue-green algae is one of the richest nutrient sources on the planet.

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Kalamath Lake, OR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The enormous history of the Archae can even be traced back through centuries Human mythological texts and encompass the ancient aspects of duality, Kenomic world view and Pleromic world view.

http://www.metahistory.org/GAIA%20SOPHIA/

http://www.metahistory.org/gnostique/telestics/MadnessEgo.php

http://www.strangeanimal.net/thisway/tag/kenoma/

Prokaryotes (bacteria and Archae) as well as Eukaryotes comprise the basic construct for energy synthesis throughout the bio-mechanical, physical body.

Maintaining and respecting the bodies process at the cellular level, primarily in regarding food intake is vitally important as it is representative and reflective of the totality of all that is You.

Living plant-sources such as blue-green algae and wheatgrass are prime examples of food rich with high antioxidant content, trace minerals, enzymes, vitamin C and essential amino acids.

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wheatgrass

Take care of your body and optimize the trillions of energetic transferences occurring throughout your totality.  Take pride in what you consume as there is a vibration to every living organism on this earth as well as a vibrational impact with what you feast upon.

We are all, ultimately, part of the same ancient story that dates back billions of years.  To this day that epic continues, reflected vibrantly through the pulsating energy of light and sound.

-B

 

 

The Phytonic Consumption of Agape

 

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Quantum physics thus reveals a basic oneness of the universe.” – Erwin Schrodinger

Kirilian photography, named after the famous Russian inventor Semyon Davidovich Kirlian, captures the aura fields (the electrical magnetic field forming tiny electrical impulses) around our body.

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Kirlian Photography

The image of a halo representing an aura field, or spectrum of light, surrounding ones physical body, has been an extraordinarily popular symbol throughout the history of art.

IMG_0149Light-fields have been depicted in numerous cultures throughout the millennia.

In fact it is now widely accepted throughout both eastern and western sciences that we are not really living in a solid physical reality but rather an ever-connect, multi-dimensional reality that consists of energy.

http://phys.org/news/2015-03-particle.html

 

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The aspect of only a physical body is a mere illusion of the truth.

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Taken from the kundalini website Fullspectrum…

http://www.fullspectrum.org.uk/kirlian-energy-fields/info_43.html

“The human energy is thought to contain information that relates to all the activity going on within and around the person. The human aura or light body is invisible because our eyes only respond to a band of wavelengths called the visible spectrum and as the aura lies outside of this most people are unable to see it with the naked eye.”

The invisible bridge between physical reality and the etheric.

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Aurora borealis

 

 

 

 

 

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Double Rainbow Yosemite, CA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Breathtaking luminosity can be seen throughout nature in the form of various light phenomenon.

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Sun halo Stockholm, Sweden

 

 

 

 

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Aura borealis

Chlorophyll, a very important biomolecule critical to the process of photosynthesis, allows plants to absorb energy from light and, in particular, sunlight.

Photons, best explained through the principals of quantum physics, are the most fundamental particles of light and critical to the light absorption process.

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Photosynthesis

 

 

 

 

 

 

Virtually all the food and oxygen taken into the body are consumed by physical mitochondria producing our bodies energy.

Mitochondria

Mitochondria

“Sunlight is the most abundant energy source on this planet. However, the ability to convert sunlight into biological energy in the form of adenosine-5′-triphosphate (ATP) is thought to be limited to chlorophyll-containing chloroplasts in photosynthetic organisms.  Here we show that mammalian mitochondria can also capture light and synthesize ATP when mixed with a light-capturing metabolite of chlorophyll.  The same metabolite fed to the worm Caenorhabditis elegans leads to increase in ATP synthesis upon light exposure, along with an increase in life span. We further demonstrate the same potential to convert light into energy exists in mammals, as chlorophyll metabolites accumulate in mice, rats and swine when fed a chlorophyll-rich diet.  Results suggest chlorophyll type molecules modulate mitochondrial ATP by catalyzing the reduction of coenzyme Q, a slow step in mitochondrial ATP synthesis.  We propose that through consumption of plant chlorophyll pigments, animals, too, are able to derive energy directly from sunlight.” – U.S National Library of Medicine

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2419839

The role of mitochondria is to extract energy from nutrients to produce the critically important macromolecule ATP.

ATP molecular structure

ATP molecular structure

“The major energy currency molecule of the cell, ATP, is evaluated in the context of creationism. This complex molecule is critical for all life from the simplest to the most complex. It is only one of millions of enormously intricate nanomachines that needs to have been designed in order for life to exist on earth. This motor is an excellent example of irreducible complexity because it is necessary in its entirety in order for even the simplest form of life to survive.”

“A nanomachine is a complex precision microscopic-sized machine that fits the standard definition of a machine.”

http://www.trueorigin.org/atp.php

In the 1970’s the German scientist Fritz-Albert Popp concluded that DNA, RNA and chlorophyll are major sources of Biophotons.

Biophotons are powerful but small light waves emitted by almost every living creatures.

Popp discovered that wild plants are the richest nutritive source of biophotons.

In fact, organic or wild, chlorophyll-rich dandelion leaves, nettle, edible grasses, mushrooms, nuts and berries as highly recommended sources of Biophotons and to be consumed in raw form in order to maximize their biophotonic potential.

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News emphasizing the importance of Biophotonic energy and aura fields are just now beginning to appear in mainstream media…

 

Raw and, in particular, wild plants/fruits consumed within three to four hours after being picked are the best source of ATP as well as micro-biophotonic energy.

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“Slowly we are beginning to accept that spirit or vital energy is inherent in matter and that without spirit matter cannot exist. The idea that we live in a world of invisible forces, a cosmic soup held together within energy matrixes of varying densities vibrating at different speeds is slowly being substantiated by present day research and ever more sensitive technology.” fullspectrum.org

http://www.fullspectrum.org.uk/kirlian-energy-fields/info_43.html

Kirlian photography was an early breakthrough regarding visual evidence of a literal life-field energy force. Since then the science behind quantum mechanics, astrophysics and spiritual theory have sided with the idea of their being some form of multi-dimensional, higher aspect to our body/reality. This reality would be comprised of light waves and sound waves inter-linked via an ambiguous and dynamic network of ever-expanding intelligence defined by most as consciousness.

What we consume has a profound effect on our physical bodies and, in a literal sense, becomes that which we are comprised of.

Respect the food which you consume and strive for maximum physical, biological potential as it is undeniably linked to all that is You and to all those that surround you.

Find value in the simple act of compassion and embody the most powerful force in the Universe, for that which we embody and that which we consume becomes a reflection of that in which we are…

Love.

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-B

 

 

The Sacred Attunement of Animal and Man

 

 

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“What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the winter time. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the Sunset.” -Crowfoot

The animals.

The sounds of creation echoing primordially via the externalized expression of nature’s brio.

It is the sounds of nature with which we can best hear the articulations of creation itself, and, any given moment the harmonious balance of species living amongst one another is interacting via the materials of creation, vibration and sound.

You can hear this orchestral display in the jungles, forests, deserts and oceans of mother Earth.

Each specie has its own vibration and its own attributes that allow it to hear and communicate with its species and similar others.

Listen to the songs of nature.

The birds, the frogs, the primates all have their own unique artistic and expressive display of song and sound.

A jungle at night is alive with the raging beauty of animal and reptilian dynamism.

The common thread that makes this diversified aural collage become one is the frequency at which nature has attuned itself.

A432 hz is embodied and expressed throughout nature, whether through the song of the whale, the crack of thunder or the buzz of the insect, each creature, no matter its signature physical vibration, is connected through this beautiful and common thread.

Humans are the only species to diverge from this natural connection through the exploration of alternative frequencies. The current frequency we use, A440 hz, is a very unnatural and harsh frequency that we, especially in the U.S, listen to and distort. These small adjustments can and do have a significant impact on our psyche, physical body and our collective as a whole.

As each being on earth is a literal transmitter of energy expressed through the vibrations of sound and light, it is vital that we reassess the frequency at which we attune our music and make the adjustments required to return back to the original frequencies found in nature.

It is vital that we rejoin the balanced harmony of multi-layered, dimensional expression and utilize our unique human powers of artistic creation for the betterment of the collective.

The major difference between us and Gaia’s animal kingdom is the exploration and awareness of consciousness. We are artistic creators with unlimited creativity and ability, and, like the dimensions themselves each creation, each piece of music, is a world unto itself, constructed from sound and expressed billions of times, billions of ways both physically and mentally, via the grid of sound.

We are all connected via the grid of sound, it is a universal connection.

Sound and music is not the only display of vibrational expression, love, truth, athleticism, physique, dance and beauty all uniquely depict human ability.

It is through sound and music that we, as a species, can best explore our imaginative powers of emotional expression and expansion.

Music is a powerful tool with which we can easily access and connect with our higher-self, internal memory and eternal story.

Relish the fact that you are a part of the creation and constantly contributing to creation through your thoughts, actions and sounds. Contribute to the symphony that make up the embodied internal expression of who You are. Interpret the songs of others for you are them and they are You. Include our animal brethren as they are also part of the expression and therefore they are also You. Vibrating and expressing always, adapting their song to form new harmonies and motifs that will thus expand consciousness, You and the story of eternal expression.

-B

“We are the earth, made of the same stuff; there is no other, no division between us and “lower” or “higher” forms of being.” Estella Lauder