"Leonardo da Vinci’s sublime fresco, The Last Supper, showing the moment when Christ has accused Judas of betrayal, is actually a star code. The stances of Christ and the disciples model the twelve constellations of the zodiac, the star path of the sun. Leonardo used the stars as his template for the painting."
"When you study ancient maps of the world, you'll see a wave in the middle of the earth moving around the equator, this is called a sine-wave. It is the path of the sun moving through the 12 constellations.Between the maps and diagrams are four vignettes with allegorical depictions of the Four Elements (air, fire, earth and water)."
"When we go from the age of Pisces into the age of Aquarius, we will get a higher doses of this “Christ” consciousness. We will then go from “mutable Water” (Pisces) to “fixed Air” (Aquarius). The fifth element “Aether” is the course. All other four elements come from Aether. The element “Fire” is the first born from Aether which means “the fires in the sky” or electricity. From “Fire” comes “Air”, from “Air” comes “Water”, and from “Water” comes “Earth"."
The creation happens in cerebrum, here in Aries, the top of the head, and in embryology the first of the systems to develops the cerebrospinal system. Aries rules the cerebrum. Taurus rules the bottom half and the neck. Gemini rules the hands as Da Vinci indicated. Scorpio rules the sacrum, the five fused vertebrae at the bottom of the spine. But the very last tail bone is the horses tail of Sagittarius. Let’s look at the cerebrum in more detail. It proceeds a fluid which descends and makes the rest of the body the corpuscles of the body. This is first gland of the body. as it descends it gets differentiated at the pineal gland and pituitary gland into a magnetic and electric fluid. It then gets differentiated at the other glands and the other glands do their making. So this beautiful oil proceeds and descends, it falls from the heavens. Falls al the way to this rock here, the sacrum, the bottom chakras. This is hell, this is where generation happens, Sodom and Gemorrah, and Egypt is down here, below the kidneys. The ribs are the mid-guard, the midpoint, from here one can proceed upward toward the heavens (the head). There is the optic thalamus. The eye that sees.
"The “man in the sky” is Adam Kadmon, the first being to emerge with the creation of the Cosmos. His body is the body of the world. “As above so below”, so it also represents our human bodies. When you place the sine-wave over the body of Adam Kadmon, you'll see the relation of the body with each star sign. For instance, the constellation of Aries rules the head, the constellation of Tauries rules the neck, the constellation of Gemini rules the shoulders and lungs and so on. By knowing this and by knowing your birth chart, you'll know yourself"
"The second column shows the traditional rulers of the signs. It is headed 'house' because ancient terminology referred to the signs that the planets ruled as being their natural 'houses' or 'homes'.
Apart from the Sun and Moon, each of the planets rules one sign by diurnal expression (D) and one by nocturnal expression (N). Hence Mars rules both Aries and Scorpio, but in Aries, its diurnal rulership, its energies are expressed more openly and directly; in Scorpio (its nocturnal rulership), its energies are more introverted and unconsciously driven. Diurnal simply means 'of the nature of the day'; nocturnal, 'of the nature of the night'. The terms 'diurnal and nocturnal' are synonymous with 'masculine and feminine', 'yin and yang', 'extrovert and introvert'. Diurnal energy usually gives a more spontaneous reaction where inner drives are consciously expressed and clearly apparent. Nocturnal energy is usually more reflective and operates at a deeper level of consciousness." Read More: (via Skyscript.Co.Uk)
Understanding Your Birth Natal Chart
"Your Birth Chart (also referred to as a Natal chart or Horoscope) is a diagram that shows the position of the planets in the sky at the precise time you were born.
Normally you will see a birth chart drawn as a circle. The circle represents you. Now imagine a horizontal line bisecting the circle; this represents the horizon line. Those planets that were visible at the time of your birth are recorded above that line, while those that were not visible are recorded below it.
The circle is then divided into twelve parts. These parts represent the twelve signs of the zodiac, and are called houses. The first house is situated just below the horizon line on the left side of your chart. The signs of the zodiac will be assigned to the dividing lines between each house. The lines are also known as cusps.
The sign on the left horizon of your birth chart is the ascendant, or rising sign; this sign changes every two hours or so. This makes knowing your correct time of birth very important, as the rising sign affects how you present yourself to the world.
Once the signs are positioned, the Sun, Moon and Planetsare placed in their appropriate areas to represent where they were at the time of your birth. Some charts also include large asteroids, minor planetary bodies and fixed stars. The colored lines through the center are the aspects, and they will affect how a planet is expressed. They tell you how the planets relate to each other in your chart.
Our horoscope is decided at the time of our birth and the planetary positions signify personality traits that will follow us for the rest of our lives. One’s birth chart in astrology is their unique fingerprint in this life as at the time of our birth, the universe seems to classify us under a star sign.
Our birth-sign is the sign in which the Sun was placed on your birthday. Astrologers call it your Sun Sign. This marks your deep character, the stamp of your most fundamental energies and potential for spiritual growth. However, there are other very important signs, including your Ascendant or rising sign, Moon sign, Ruling Planet, and the signs of the other planets and sensitive points in the chart, such as the Part of Fortune and the Moon's nodes." Read More: Via (CrystaLinks & TheNatalChart)
The Primum Mobile, The Crystalline Sea, The Firmament "In all the ancient Mysteries, matter was regarded as the source of all evil and spirit the source of all good, for matter inhibits and limits, often so clogging the inner perceptions that man is unable to recognize his own divine potentialities. Since matter thus prevents humanity from claiming its birthright, it is called the Adversary, the power of evil. The fourth world, D, is the world of solar systems, comprising not only the one of which the earth is a part but all the solar systems in the universe. Opinions differ as to the arrangement of the globes of this last world, D 1 to D 10 inclusive. The ruler of the fourth world is D 1, called by some the Fiery Heaven; by others the Primum Mobile, or the First Motion. From this whirling fire emanates the material starry zodiac, D 2, in contradistinction to the invisible spiritual zodiac of the Yetziratic World. From the zodiac, D 2, are differentiated the spheres of the planets in concatenate order." Via (BibliotecaPleyades)
"The cosmology of Ancient Egypt is represented visually by Geb (the earth god) recumbent on the ground with his sister/wife Nut (the sky goddess) arched over him with only her feet (toes) and fingers touching the ground. The god of air, Shu is shown standing and supporting Nut (or separating Geb and Nut), this is symbolic of the earth and sky being separated by the air"
"The heart's nervous system contains around 40,000 neurons called "Sensory Neurites" They call it "The Little Brain In The Heart"."
“The pineal gland is a link between the consciousness of man and the invisible worlds of Nature. Whenever the arc of the pituitary body contacts this gland there are flashes of temporary clairvoyance, but the process of making these two work together consistently is one requiring not only years bur lives of consecration and special physiological and biological training. This third eye is the Cyclopean eye of the ancients, for it was an organ of conscious vision long before the physical eyes were formed, although vision was a sense of cognition rather than sight in those ancient days.”
"The Flammarion engraving (1888) depicts a traveler who arrives at the edge of a flat Earth and sticks his head through the firmament."
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B i g B a n g T h e o r y ? "The Big Bang Theory was first postulated in 1927 as the 'hypothesis of the primeval atom' by Georges Henri Joseph Édouard Lemaître (1894-1966), a Priest at the Catholic University of Louvain in Belguim"
"...the idea of the earth as a geometric shape goes back in history at least to the Pythagorean school of thinking in ancient Greece. Its famous adherent, Plato, wrote that ‘the earth, viewed from above, resembles a ball sewn from twelve pieces of skin.’"
"According to Dr. Royal R. Rife, every disease has a frequency. He found that certain frequencies can prevent the development of disease and that others would destroy disease. Substances with higher frequency will destroy diseases of a lower frequency. The study of frequencies raises an important question, concerning the frequencies of substances we eat, breathe and absorb. Many pollutants lower healthy frequency. Processed/canned food has a frequency of zero. Fresh produce has up to 15 Hz, dried herbs from 12 to 22 Hz and fresh herbs from 20 to 27 Hz." Via (RifeVideos)
"Milankovitch cycles refer to long term variations in the orbit of the Earth which result in changes in climate over periods hundred of thousands of years and are related to iceagecycles." - Wikipedia
Ayahuasca is a psychedelic tea derived from the ayahuasca vine, Banisteriopsis caapi, and the Psychotria viridis plant, both of which are native to the Amazon.
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