May 5, 2020
Rebecca Parkes, Dee Taylor-Mason and Magenta Pixie
May 5, 2020
An uplifting video by three awakened and spiritually aware ladies explaining how to cope with these difficult times and with your awakening to the true reality of Ascension for Humanity and the Earth. It is time to dream your biggest dream for yourself and for Humanity.
December 30, 2019
From Kryon Book Nine: The New Beginning
Let me talk about energy. Do you understand why the masters are here? Do you understand why the grid has the masters within it? We’ve talked about new information pouring into your cellular structure. We’ve talked about your "looking within" for inter-dimensionality. Do you want to know what you’re calibrating to? It should be obvious! You’re calibrating your own reality to the masters who have walked on this earth – that have your energy and theirs ready to be intermingled.
~ KRYON, through Lee Carroll, the Original Kryon Channel
"To live in the world without becoming aware of the meaning of the world is like wandering about in a great library without touching the books."
- Manly P. Hall, author of 'The Secret Teachings of All Ages'
The Truth is not Arbitrary or a Matter of Opinion, but can be Investigated, and Those who Earnestly Search for the Truth will Find It. The Truth is Hidden to the Blind, but he who has the Mental Eye Sees the Truth.
- Buddha - The Three Personalities of Buddha, XCVIII
“The criers of the Mysteries speak again, bidding all men welcome to the House of Light. The great institution of materiality has failed. The false civilization built by man has turned, and like the monster of Frankenstein, is destroying its creator. Religion wanders aimlessly in the maze of theological speculation. Science batters itself impotently against the barriers of the unknown. Only transcendental philosophy knows the path. Only the illumined reason can carry the understanding part of man upward to the light. Only philosophy can teach man to be born well, to live well, to die well, and in perfect measure be born again. Into this band of the elect--those who have chosen the life of knowledge, of virtue, and of utility--the philosophers of the ages invite YOU.”
― Manly P. Hall, The Secret Teachings of All Ages
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For the great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie - deliberate, contrived and dishonest - but the myth - persistent, persuasive, and unrealistic. Too often we hold fast to the clichés of our forebears. We subject all facts to a prefabricated set of interpretations. We enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought.
- John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Enlighten the people generally,
and tyranny and oppressions of body and mind
will vanish like evil spirits at the dawn of day.
~ Thomas Jefferson
White Wolf Pack : 02 Jan 2016
In one of the great tragedies of our age, indigenous traditions, stories, cultures and knowledge are winking out across the world. Whole languages and mythologies are vanishing, and in some cases even entire indigenous groups are falling into extinction.
This is what makes the news that a tribe in the Amazon—the Matsés peoples of Brazil and Peru—have created a 500-page encyclopedia of their traditional medicine all the more remarkable. The encyclopedia, compiled by five shamans with assistance from conservation group Acaté, details every plant used by Matsés medicine to cure a massive variety of ailments. "The [Matsés Traditional Medicine Encyclopedia] marks the first time shamans of an Amazonian tribe have created a full and complete transcription of their medicinal knowledge written in their own language and words," Christopher Herndon, president and co-founder of Acaté, told Mongabay in an interview .
The Matsés have only printed their encyclopedia in their native language to ensure that the medicinal knowledge is not stolen by corporations or researchers as has happened in the past. Instead, the encyclopedia is meant as a guide for training new, young shamans in the tradition and recording the living shamans' knowledge before they pass. "One of the most renowned elder Matsés healers died before his knowledge could be passed on so the time was now. Acaté and the Matsés leadership decided to prioritize the Encyclopedia before more of the elders were lost and their ancestral knowledge taken with them," said Herndon.
Acaté has also started a program connecting the remaining Matsés shamans with young students. Through this mentorship program, the indigenous people hope to preserve their way of life as they have for centuries past.
"With the medicinal plant knowledge disappearing fast among most indigenous groups and no one to write it down, the true losers in the end are tragically the indigenous stakeholders themselves," said Herndon. "The methodology developed by the Matsés and Acaté can be a template for other indigenous cultures to safeguard their ancestral knowledge."
The Telegraph, UK : 17 Aug 2015
DNA 'language' is said to be similar to binary code used in computers.
DNA could be used to store digital information and preserve essential knowledge for thousands of years, research has shown. Scientists exploring the archiving potential of DNA conducted a test in which error-free data was downloaded after the equivalent of 2,000 years. The next challenge is to find a way of searching for information encoded in strands of DNA floating in a drop of liquid.
Lead researcher Dr Robert Grass, from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), said: "If you go back to medieval times in Europe, we had monks writing in books to transmit information for the future, and some of those books still exist. Now, we save information on hard drives, which wear out in a few decades."
DNA has a "language" not unlike the binary code used in computers, said Dr Grass. While a hard drive uses zeros and ones to represent data, the DNA code is written in sequences of four chemical nucleotides, known as A,C,T and G. But DNA can pack more information into a smaller space, and also has the advantage of durability. In theory, a fraction of an ounce of DNA could store more than 300,000 terabytes of data, said Dr Grass. And archaeological finds had shown that DNA dating back hundreds of thousands of years can still be sequenced today.
Dr Grass's team managed to encode DNA with 83 kilobytes of text from the 1921 Swiss Federal Charter, and a copy of Archimedes' famous work The Method dating from the 10th century. The DNA was encapsulated in silica spheres and warmed to nearly 71C for a week - the equivalent of keeping it for 2,000 years at 10C. When decoded, it was found to be error-free. The scientists are now working on ways to label specific pieces of information on DNA strands to make them searchable. "In DNA storage, you have a drop of liquid containing floating molecules encoded with information," said Dr Grass. "Right now, we can read everything that's in that drop. But I can't point to a specific place within the drop and read only one file."
DNA storage could be used to preserve troves of historical texts, government documents or entire archives of private companies - all in a single droplet, he added. The main drawback of the technology was cost. Encoding and saving just a few megabytes of data in DNA currently cost "thousands of dollars", so personal DNA hard drives were unlikely to be within reach of ordinary consumers any time soon.
Internet pioneer Vint Cerf has warned of a "digital dark age" descending as computer hardware and software becomes obsolete. Speaking at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in February, he said: "We are nonchalantly throwing all of our data into what could become an information black hole without realising it."
To search means, first, I need Being, Truth;
second, I do not know where to find it;
and third, an action takes place that is not based on fantasies of certainty -
while at the same time a waiting takes place that is rooted not in wishful thinking
but in a deep sense of urgency.
~ Jacob Needleman
James Devitt : Phys.org :06 Mar 2015
A developing form of computer memory has the potential to store information more quickly and more cheaply, while using less energy, than what’s used today by the semiconductor industry, NYU Physics Professor Andrew Kent concludes in an analysis that appeared in the journal Nature Nanotechnology.
A developing form of computer memory has the potential to store information more quickly and more cheaply, while using less energy, than what's used today by the semiconductor industry, NYU Physics Professor Andrew Kent concludes.
In an analysis that appears in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, Kent and his colleague Daniel Worledge of the IBM Watson Research Center discuss a new type of memory, spin-transfer-torque magnetic random access memory (STT-MRAM). STT-MRAM relies on magnetism to store information, like that used in existing hard drives. However, in contrast to hard drives, STT-MRAM is written and read electrically—that is, by applying only electric currents. It does not have moving parts like a magnetic hard drive and therefore can operate much faster than a hard drive. More significantly, STT-MRAM can operate as fast as the fastest semiconductor based random access memories, and thus be used as a computer and portable device's (e.g. smartphone) working memory—a memory that is accessed frequently. As a result, these magnetic devices can be used to improve the performance of such devices, adding speed while, at the same time, greatly reducing the amount of energy needed.
Kent and Worledge caution that several "technological challenges must be met before STT-MRAM can be widely adopted in the most advanced applications"—perhaps most importantly, advances that increase their information storage capacity. However, they note that the progress made over the past decade, thanks to rapid advances made in academic and industrial research, offers great hope that this pioneering memory technology will find its way into our computers and portable devices in the future.
More information: "A new spin on magnetic memories." Nature Nanotechnology 10, 187 - 191 (2015) DOI
Journal reference: Nature Nanotechnology
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