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Perpetual creation? Part 5 death


 

In my observances and discussions throughout my, so far, short life, I’ve come across many different beliefs and explanations of what happens when we die. From nothing to everything.

It is not my intention for this post to go into what lies beyond this life. I have talked to many people who have had near death experiences. I have been lucky enough to speak with people who were clinically dead and came back. I have been at the door of death myself, and have carried on discussions with those who have already gone.

What I have learned is no straight answers. There are similarities and great differences. But I think that is the answer in itself.

We are all individuals, we group together or pull apart based on our individualities. This individuality is where the differences stem.

This society in America is known for mass production. It even tries to mass produce a society. But you can’t change how we are made. We will always be individual. No matter how much time and effort is put into mass producing a culture, it will not fully eventuate. It can’t because in order for humans to exist, they have to be different. That is part of living, but also a part of surviving, and it is the core of life itself.

Americans are beginning to understand the imbalance created by the destruction of species variations. Yet so many fail to grasp that lack of variations in human societies is just as destructive.

The ones behind this current society want the lack of individuality, for the purpose of control.

If you’ve ever played the board game called risk, imagine a million players with vast variations that need to be figured in. Instead, if you have twenty opponents with slight variations, but who are very similar, it’s much easier to control the board, to know what all your opponents are doing all at once.

All their work, thousands of years of work to control the board, and in turn dominate, is all for naught. This isn’t a belief of mine, it is a knowing, through knowing people, and how vastly different they are. Knowing that a thousand years of learning will not come close to knowing people in all their complexities. A knowing that to try and control humanity is a death sentence for it.

One of the ways I see the world we life in, might be considered strange by many. I see that a requirement for life to live, is for life to be taken. As soon as a baby is created in the womb, it needs food. That food must come from the death of some living thing. Plant or animal, they both live, think feel, know, have societal structures, communities, friends, enemies.

I believe that as corn was given as a gift of food for the people, so were animals put into our circle to provide. In planting our corn, we enter into an age old agreement to protect and care for that plant, to carry the seed onto another generation, to keep it pure as a gift given. So do we also have a responsibility to hold to our agreements with the animals to provide for them a place they can call home, so they can carry their seed untainted to the next generation.

In this service to them, they provide for us a way to provide for our people, and pass our seed on to another generation untainted.

Death is a natural part of the cycle of life. But just because this is a natural part of life does not mean it should be embraced. There is a required balance to all things.

When we look to respect all life, we seek to minimize our destruction to what is a requirement of life. A deer was made with just enough brains to tan its own hide, no more no less.

When we hunt for the food to feed the people, we enter into a responsibility to waste nothing. The life of the deer is a precious thing, but they are in our circle for food that we need to live healthy lives. So we must take this precious life, but in doing so, we can be responsible. We can keep them from being a sport, only take what we need, was is absolutely needed, no more, no less.

We can look for food that is given without a loss of life. Like fruits, nuts, seeds, grains.

Respect for life, even in the taking of it. The culture I was raised in would consider that an oxymoron. But in gathering the knowledge of the natures of various forms of life, in looking at our own natures and how they work with and against the natures of others, one can see our place in the circle. Listening to our own bodies, seeing what makes us healthier and sicker, we can see what we need. Hard work to a certain point is required to keep us fit. Hard work requires strong muscles. Strong muscles require certain nutrients. But there is more to the health of muscle than nutrients.

There is an energy in the muscle that requires fuel. Red meat for red meat. It’s a simple understanding that has been complicated to the point of ridiculousness.

Even my own people lost sight of this. When they began to take the lives of humans for food. Humans aren’t in the circle of food for humans. This is evidenced by the mind sickness that can come. We can eat the brains of many animals with no ill effect. But when we eat the human brain, our minds can get sick. This is a message in itself. The twisting of the knowledge given of what is good food, shows up in the twisting of the body.

The death that is required for our life was set into a balance. We cannot lose sight of that, or it will be to our detriment and that of the earth.

 

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Perpetual creation? Part 2 life


 

In part one energy, I spoke of languages. I wanted to start this part off expanding on that just a bit. As there may be some if not many who are wondering if this is true.

The mind and heart speak in the same fashion your mouth does. If you are excited in a certain way, you get louder, be it angry, surprised, joyful, etc. The faster your energy pulses, the louder you get. The same is true with the mind and heart, they are connected remember?

Have you ever felt like “someone” was thinking about you? They were, and that’s communication. It’s not some mystical thing, some magic, it’s a communication, just like speaking. And just like we learn to speak our languages when we are very young, we also don’t learn to speak languages.

We all experience this to one degree or another. Most I have known, just get the hints here or there like someone is thinking of them, some hear a little more, but hide from it because they think it might be the beginning of schizophrenia. Others, like me, hear it so clearly when they are young they learn that it is something that cannot be mistaken. If they are also like me, they learn that others don’t accept this, or understand it, and try to put it in a “safe” place for them. Years ago it was insuline and electric shock, now it’s heavy medication and institutions. Luckily, I learned early that this was so, and figured out ways to hide it. Though at times, I would slip, and ask someone what they said. It is becoming something of a new age fad to tout the psychics, speaking with the other world and such, and so it is not so feared as it once was. But because of those very same things, it is becoming distorted and misunderstood. Leading people to be tricked. A toy of con artists to rake in the dough. Pitiful really when it began by people trying to understand a natural form of communication.

When you are angry, and you allow that emotion to flow freely, and you allow your thoughts to flow freely along with the emotion, leading from one reason to another for you to stay angry, the longer you are in this excited state, the harder it is to keep your voice down. Think about an angry child and how they will stomp out of a room. They are speaking with their feet instead of their mouths, but they are still shouting. Or when someone slams a door, same difference.

In my experience the heart will almost always shout first, then the mind, then the body.

The calmer you are, the gentler, kinder, more peaceful you are, the quieter you are. There are some I hardly ever hear.Two Elders I know by proxy come to mind.

So for those of you out there worried about your privacy, calm down, keep yourself peaceful and you won’t shout anymore.

Now, to the focus of this part. Life. Germanic origin meaning body.

What is life? Is it something that breaths, eats, dies, feels, laughs, cries? What about spirits? Are they alive? If so, then what is life? If not, then what are they?

Life for me goes beyond a living organism as it’s understood in main stream society. To me, wind is living, water is living, rocks are living, the sun is living, the earth is living.

Compared to us, how small are the bacteria in our intestines, the mites that eat our dead skin? Compared to the earth, how small are we? Compared to our galaxy, how small is the earth? Compared to the universe, how small is our galaxy? I’d really like to see a comparison ratio with that context.

If you consider the earth as a living being, and consider from her perspective, we are micro organisms. Kinda like skin mites. And if you are like a skin mite, how gross is a skin mite? If a skin mite is gross, how gross are you? Think about it.

Think about this, when the temperature outside our bodies gets to a certain degree, we sweat. Tiny drops of liquid come to our surface, and evaporate. When the sun raises the temperature of the air, what does the earth do? Tiny drops of liquid come to the surface and evaporate.

Life comes in all shapes and sizes, each has it’s place, each has a role to play, and each has a place it’s supposed to live to maintain a balance.

Vegitarians will say they will not eat meat because they don’t want to kill to eat. I have never understood this. From what I see corn kernels are seeds, planted in the mother will grow old and die of old age, unless they are killed before their time. Could be floods, hurricanes, tornados, raccoons, worms, or humans. I see no difference in the cycle of a human.

Let me explain a bit. What does corn eat? Nutrients from the soil right? How do those get there? Something dies right? Well it could be worm poop. So go a few steps, For corn to live, something has to die, then decay, and spread nutrients into the soil. How many of our grandparents ate crops fertilized by battlefields? A farmer in Tennessee was plowing a field and came upon a burial ground, his family ate crops from ground fertilized by my ancestors.

People eat frogs, frogs eat flies, among other things flies hatch from dead bodies. No doubt death is a part of life. Death begins a circle that allows life to exist. But without the beginning of life, there would be no death.

Take the cicadas that every seven years come out of the ground only to lay their eggs in the tree, and die. A closed circle? To me yes and no. If the cicada lays eggs in the tree, how do the eggs get into the ground? I’m pretty sure they work out of the tree like splinters work out of our skin. When they die they fertilize the tree, paying it back for protecting their eggs, and seeding them to make a new generation. But the tree is not the only thing that eats the cicada, everything from turtles to squirrels eat them, so the cicadas become part of all those other circles. So what do cicadas eat? This i dont know, but would love insight on this if someone would be so kind.

If they fall from the tree to the ground, how do they get underground? The tree drops its leaves every year, fungus eats the leaves, makes mulch along with bark etc. etc. beetles eat the mulch, as do grubs, etc. etc. they poop, it mixes with dust from broken down rocks, carried in by a flood maybe? Squirrels dig for nuts, armadillos, raccoons, birds, etc. etc. more mulch, so on and so on, for seven years, then the circle starts again. How many of the eggs are eaten by woodpeckers, who looking for nesting, push the protected eggs that were pushed out of the tree, into the dirt? One life cycle in making new life, and dying, effects and is a part of every other cycle around it. Wheels within, connecting, and turning other wheels, that turn the wheel that turned them, and others, so on and so on. And all of this around one tree, that is a tiny hair on a world, that is a child to a sun, that is a tiny dot in a galaxy, that is a tiny speck in a universe.

 

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Perpetual creation? Part 1 energy


 

Another discussion a brother and I were having, where I shared my view of creation as perpetual motion in an open system.

I know it sounds like I was trying to use science to base my viewpoint, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth, I only used perpetual motion as a description for a larger picture.

To clarify, I’m using the definition of perpetual motion in the context of both and neither definitions.

Basically an open system that sustains itself, but also a transfer of energy in and out as to seem endless or continual to a certain perspective, that actually is continual. If you are lost already, I’m not surprised, and I will try to explain in a way that makes sense to others.

Do you consider the only fuel for your life the food you eat, if so, why?

Everything has a limited amount of energy, and to continue operation, we need to introduce fuel, for the body that is food, but what about the heart, or the mind?

Everything is connected is some way, why would we exclude the heart/mind/body from that connection?

They are in fact so connected as to effect the function of the other. The heart depressed will bring the mind and body down with it. The mind worried will make the heart fear, and the body shake. So on and so on, one always effects the other.

If you break down the body to the very “building blocks” it is energy.

So what is the mind, and the heart? This I do not know in a way I can describe, but I will try and share what I see.

The mind can be shared, so can the heart, telepathy and empathy are the words used today.

Tele pathy from the Greek meaning, Far off suffering or feeling, not really accurate to say “mental communication” is it? But it is interesting to wonder if the Greeks considered emotions to come from the mind.

Em pathy From the Greek meaning inside suffering or feeling. So maybe they didn’t think emotions came from the mind, now I’m confused.

Anyway, mind language, and heart language, we’ll go with that for the sake of clarity.

In my experience few people realize just how much everyone talks with their mind and their heart.

We recognize body language, why not heart and mind language?

From my experience people get worried, and feel violated when they realize they transmit their thoughts.

My experience also shows me that if everyone heard the heart language, they would break. The enormity of the suffering, darkness, rudeness, etc. that is ever increasing is a heavy weight to carry all the time. Most people don’t want to recognize this now, and they surely wouldn’t want to feel all of it.

But enough of that tangent, back to languages. The mind, heart and body “speak” to each other constantly. They are one of a whole, no matter how much we may try and suppress one or the other.

In this “speaking” energy is shared, if you have ever seen the old Celtic trinity, it’s like that, ever flowing. This symbol is much older than the Christianity that adopted it to assimilate, and it is rooted in every white person from that land.

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My people, and many other first nations, use the medicine wheel, I will not say all, because I do not know that for sure.

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We see four, celtics saw three, but there is a shared knowledge of the mind heart body between the two.

Anyway, this sharing of language and energy, is not limited to what makes up humans. This same circle is in all life, formed different ways for the place in the circle, but it is still there.

A tree speaks in these, as does the bird that lives in it, or the rabbit that makes the home in its roots, or the grass that grows at it’s feet, or the mother it sets it’s roots into. All speak these three languages, besides their own particular language.

Everything we interact with shares this language with us, and we with it.

Selective hearing is a perfect description of what I see. A man that does not respect his woman, will not give her his ear, and listen to her when she needs to talk through what is troubling her. The exact same thing has happened between humans and all the nations around us. For some they still respect, and they still listen, but the full communication has been forgotten over time.

We Cherokee have stories that include lines of long ago when the animals spoke with us. This is not a myth, a fantasy story, or just a story to entertain children. It is a story to remind us of what was, how we lost this I don’t know, someone might, but I don’t.

Anyway, this language is an energy, like our voice travels on waves of sound, so do these languages travel on waves of other forms of energy.

As far as my understanding goes, there are multiple layers overlapping each other that we exist in. The mind would be one, the heart another, the body another, yet another is life.

The best analogy for this I have seen so far, is sunlight shining through glass, crystal, diamond, water, the atmosphere, etc. Where the light containing many waves of light is separated into different colors. A door to a house with designs and beveled glass will throw rainbows for example. We see the sunlight as a whole, not all the different colors. But the sunlight shines in all these colors at once to our eyes, and we do not see the layers of light separated. For some reason I’m like a prism.

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I don’t know another way to describe this, but there is a “balance energy” that flows into, through, around, all things. Life and death flow intermingled within this. So do masculine and feminine. Positive and negative.

This flows through us, and within us is a “circle with two halves” positive and negative. When we are happy or angry, we produce and access this balance energy. Whichever we take into our heart, we share with others, happy or angry. It flows into us like a river, and out like “liquid spheres”.

Everything feels and reacts to these spheres we send out. Watch a child when you are angry, but silent, an animal when you are afraid or willing to kill, all around you when you are filled with peace.

The environment around you isn’t dependent on actions alone, but thoughts, and feelings.

When I lay on a grassy hill, close my eyes, let my body relax into the grass, forget the rocks that I am laying on, listen to the wind flowing through the blades of grass, the birds in the trees, I find a calm.

When I keep this going, I focus on the peaceful feeling inside me, I let all the troubles, worries, stress, noises, go away.

When you calm yourself, find that peace in your own heart, and let it become all you are, these languages begin to get loud enough you can hear.

I thank the grass for its softness, the wind for its gentle touch, the birds for their beautiful songs, and I thank creator for making it all.

Here is a link to one story of long ago and languages.

http://www.cherokee.org/AboutTheNation/KidsArea/TraditionalStories/24591/Information.aspx
It cannot become a contest, something to win, or an achievement. You cannot worry about not doing it right, you cannot try to hear these things.

The only way that has ever worked for me, is to not think about it, not try to do anything, just let the peace flow through me. Appreciate the place I am in, and the beauty in nature around me.

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These two are sine waves. Sound, ripples on a pond, follow this pattern, but also so does the atmosphere.

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This, is a diagram of air flows and currents around the earth. Imagine a coil like the one below running north to south around the earth. See the dots and Xs on the coil? Put them alternately in line and compare them to this diagram, and you can see one circle turning the other.

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This is a magnetic field around a coil. Notice the circular fields at the curves of the coil. Stretch this coil out, to look more like a sine wave, less compressed basically.

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This diagram shows more detail about the circular nature of the atmosphere. Which is easily evident simply by watching clouds and paying attention to winds.

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This is a diagram of a hurricane, notice the same circular pattern in the clouds, that was described in the earth diagram, third from the top.

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This is a diagram of the Parker spiral the magnetic field of the sun produces. Consider this same process conceptually coming from the earth, making waves of energy resulting in the alternating circular winds in the third diagram.

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This is an artist rendering of our galaxy. I often wonder about these “glowing center” renderings, if we can see stars so far away, how is it we never see this glowing center? I used this to show the placement of the earth, but also to show the arms of the galaxy. Compare this rendering to the diagram of the hurricane, and remember how the winds turn.

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This shows the solar plane in relation to the galactic plane. Notice it is nearly 90 degrees. As the spiral arm of the galaxy turn, just like in a hurricane, it carries the earth around with it, and the circular nature of the galaxy being just like that of a hurricane, sets the planets spinning.

When I began to learn about this energy I see and feel, I was taught to track it. How and where it began, when it changed, how it was the same and different than other things in creation.

I’ve already said energy for the body comes from the food we eat, and that was the first example I was taught. To understand how something tangible for everyone worked, it would help me to understand the things selective to me.

More on this in living…

Just like our bodies have an energy, so do plants and animals. When we eat these things, we also consume an energy. We know about the nutrients, but few know about the energy consumed also.

If what we eat is corrupted, be it pesticides, genetic restructuring, various chemicals from the water, the plant or animal is in turn corrupted, and the nutrients and energy we eat are in turn corrupted.

Corrupting the body weakens it, allowing diseases that would normally be dealt with to take hold. It also lowers our tolerance of the mind and heart. We become more impatient, less flexible, less adaptable, quicker to anger, slower to compassion.

Those are also an energy produced. Our bodily fuel and fitness depends on how well the energy from the mind and heart are transmitted. In electronics, if you have poor quality parts the transmissions and receptions will be degraded. It is the same basic concept in the body, it is simply a living technology, instead of one built of dead separated and transformed things.

Fire flickers at a certain frequency depending on its fuel. An experiment was done at stone henge and another at a stone henge replica in Washington, testing the effects of drums reverberating within the stone enclosure.

http://soundsofstonehenge.wordpress.com/

It is known that a steady tone repeated will effect the beat of our heart. It is also known that sound waves at a certain frequency change the wave patterns in our brains.

It is known that alpha waves at certain frequencies alter what we perceive. That certain people who have claimed certain extra senses have varied wave patterns in their brains.

Plug up an AC adapter to a wall plug but leave it detached from a charging source, can you hear the high pitched whine coming from it?

It is known that electricity generating stations emit an electro magnetic field at such strength that it can cause “hallucinations”.

What do you think the blanket of electro-magnetic energy caused by all the electricity we produce causes?

I have read about chakras, acupuncture, and the like. I have experienced acupuncture and it works, though I knew it would if done properly, as I see the energy points they describe, and know a bit about how they work.

I see “fire spots” in the bodies energy system, and I see them elsewhere some seem to be described much like the chakras are, but I will not use those terms because I do not follow that way, and have no idea of their teachings and what they mean. So I will call it like I see it.

Fire spots I guess could also be described as sun spots, as they are round, very bright, and warm. I call them fire spots because you can look at some fire, depending on the intensity, of course the sun is fire, so it’s a bit of apples and oranges.

Also because when a person is weak, they resemble embers or coals. The sun as we see it, only sets and comes again. That weakness can come from many sources. Stress, diet, lack of enough fuel, among a few.

Like a fire, when the fuel is used up, the fire dies. But if fuel is continually added, the fire will stay lit. Or like a storm, fuel or lack of fuel.

This is an ultraviolet picture of spicules swaying in alfvenic waves on the sun.

http://solarcellcentral.com/sun_page.html

Notice the similarities between these two?

http://celldynamics.org/celldynamics/research/cytokinesis/index.html

If one of these eruptions caused a small mass of liquid from the sun (about the size of the earth there) to separate, and it being liquid made a sphere in space as liquid does, then as it distanced itself from the sun it cooled, a crust would be made on the outside.


Notice the similarities in magnetic fields?

 

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