We all want to help one another. Human beings are like that. We want to live by each other’s happiness, not by each other’s misery.
We don’t want to hate and despise one another.
In this world, there is room for everyone. The good earth is rich and can provide for everyone.
The way of life can be free and beautiful, but we have lost the way… Continue reading →
Last night, in a small town called Ansty, near Salisbury, Wiltshire, England – An incredible new Crop Circle appeared that is like none we’ve ever seen before.
This one depicts a very Stargate-like glyphs circling the outer ring, surrounded by a tri-fold of flower leaves emerging from the center with a subtle Sixfold symmetrical hexagonal structure behind it, and a near flower of life like geometrical pattern beyond it.
Three’s are an important numerology in this one, three being the number of the trinity, a number which Pythagoras, considered the first “scientist” regarded as the first male number (where 2 is the first female number, and 1 being the origin of all numbers, and container of all numbers within it).
He also described it as the first complete number in linear time, being that it had a beginning, middle, and end.
What does this crop circle mean? I find it remarkably similar to the patterns around the stargate. Maybe it’s time we opened some cosmic portals, what do you think?
There are also 20 glyphs around the edge, of which do appear to mirror themselves on the opposite sides, meaning only 10 glyphs total.
To Pythagoras and in the Numerological setting, 10 represented the Cosmos as a whole. The beginning and end, alpha and omega, 0 and 1, from which all things emerged from and returned to.
Also, because 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 10 made 1, 2, 3, and 4 rather special and important numbers in the creation of all things.
A quote by one of our dear authors Lara Starr:
It amazes me how some people can think all crop circles are made by normal people with ropes and wood. Forget about the fact that these are made by bending the stalks at a perfect 51 degree angle without breaking them.
Forget about the strange electromagnetic energy they give off that screws with electronics including cameras, cellphones and even pacemakers. Forget about the fact that they are made silently, in the dead of night, with no lights and without a single footprint being left behind.
Forget about the fact that these are insanely intricate patterns often depicting clear messages relating to advanced science, mathematics and even important historical significance. Let’s just brush off the last 500 years of recorded crop circles as a bunch of bored drunken college students with nothing better to do. It’s much easier to explain that way.
His latest cartoon is remarkably stunning, touching, and heartfelt. A true masterpiece of modern creations. Have a look.
After watching this, so many things come to mind. I feel a sense of joy in the idea of sharing the stories and passing them on, and the loss in never being able to complete ones goal. Yet, the rebirth in knowing that, as the loss of the stories transpire, a new story is created, which is only realized in the final moments of the video.
Death is something most of us have a fear of. Fear of loss and passing into the next, without completing everything that we originally pictured ourselves wanting.
Yet, sometimes Death comes without a moments warning, and there is no time to prepare. And sometimes the preparation is for naught, when there is nobody to listen, and nobody to care.
The fact that you’re reading this shows that you’re paying attention. You are one of the few. But keep your eyes open, and your mind open too, and the gifts of wisdom will come to you, instead of passing through.
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Writing, Animation, Direction, Musical Composition and Orchestration by Josiah Brooks
Environment Art by Greg Bartlett
Is it this thing we call the physical dimension? Is it what we know in the Mind? Is it the way we perceive our thoughts? Or is it something beyond all of this entirely? This parable below asks that question, in a rather poetic way.
Have you ever heard of Wicca? If so, its quite probable that, unless you’ve practiced it, you don’t know very much about it. This is because there is such a wide array of belief systems associated with Wicca, and other “Modern Pagan Faiths”, that its nearly impossible to pin down exactly what followers of Wicca believe.
However, if you do observe all of the branches of Wicca, you do find many common strains! One of the biggest ones being the intimate connection with nature, and other human beings, on a deeply spiritual level.
To this group, the diverse practices are considered as denominations, and further, not all members of these faiths or beliefs even self-identify themselves as Pagans, Wiccans, or what have you, for the very word Pagan was a title given to them by Catholics in the 3rd century AD, when the Roman state declared them heretics and killed anyone who did not convert to christianity. The word Pagan literally translates to country dweller, and was named as such purposefully as an insult.
The best known and largest strand of Neopaganism today is called Wicca, which stresses the notion of a Goddess of fertility and rebirth, and her male consort, the Horned God of the forest, Yin and Yang of the same unifying spirit. Wicca is a Polytheistic Monotheism, and generally regards the supreme God as the All or the One, which little is known about, and which has many aspects making up the grand unifying whole.