The Philosophy of the Recent Off Topic Posts and How They Tie In
I realize I just posted a small series of off-topic threads. I tend to do that from time to time. I would philosophically make the case that these "off topic" posts aren't really too off-topic. For instance, I don't want to sound too 'doom and gloom' about nuclear energy, but the very existence of the use, and especially the meltdown of nuclear reactors, and what that means pertaining to human culture (and therefore cultural remains) should be made aware of- we should be embracing more "free" and "green" energy by this stage of the game, but the special business interests keep it from being so.
Further, anomalous readings on the seismograph chart are also interesting; the anomaly could have anything to do with the earth's resonance, pole shifts, the earth going "rogue", cosmic radiation, you name it. There is no doubt in my mind that the seers of the ancient past at least built some monuments (looking at the global phenomenon of monument building here) to keep track of not only the arch of the sun, the constellations and night sky, tracking time, etc., but also probably in response to some of these very anomalies as well.
Concerning oscillation and consciousness, I will quote a few lines from the book "Stalking the Wild Pendulum" by Itzhak Bentov a copy of which I have at hand;
"When we magnify our physical matter very much, we find that we are mostly void permeated by oscillating fields. This is what objective physical reality is composed of.
This matrix of oscillating fields, which is the human body, is easily influenced by outside fields, whether natural, such as the changing low-frequency electro-magnetic fields generated by weather patterns or by changing magnetic and gravitational fields affected by the moon and the sun; or it can be influenced by artificial fields produced by humans, such as broadcasting fields of radio and television networks.
Our bodies generate electrostatic fields of their own.
When in the meditative state, our bodies go into resonance with the electric field of the planet."
I would add to the above notion, that furthermore, stone sites are also in a resonance with the planet, in this case, in a grid (however localized, such as the Ceremonial Stone Landscape practices of Eastern Native culture(s).) This is one reason why pale bucket artifacts (post colonial, but still within a Native American ceremonial context) are found at a lot of older sites- these ritual objects were/ are in a sense interacting with the electric field of the planet by reflecting and refracting light, not to mention the material composition of the stones themselves (granite, quartz, etc.), especially when shaped out into say, a conical upright. In the ancient world, in this case be it Algonkian, Iroquoian, Sioux, etc., this concept also related to the spirits (and in animistic cultures, EVERYTHING has an expression of Spirit), and I will leave it at that. In the Fall 2016 bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society there is a great article titled "Quantitative Assessment of Stone Relics in a Western Massachusetts Town" by Rolf Cachat-Schilling, who is part Native himself (Nipmuc and Mohawk tribes.) He writes,
"The nature of sacred stone relics is ethereal, echoic, and symbolic, not material and personal."
Lastly I should address the John Lamb Lash off topic clip that I shared. Let it be known that I do not go around worrying about "mandella effects." However, I believe that this comparative mythologist's over-all interpretation of this effect is more or less accurate- he is basically saying, "calm down people, this mandella effect isn't what you think it is, it is simply the life-force of the planet trying to ping your attention." Lash has a cogent narrative of the creation myth of the earth itself, the intelligence of the planet, the astronomy and make-up of the cosmos, as well as cogently describing phenomenon such as electro-magnetic discharges of energy, and how this was interpreted in the ancient past. Those are the reasons why I shared that particular video, but let it be known that I do not particularly follow or endorse the whole of JLL's work. I would also say I did not mean to come off as being narcissistic concerning Judaism, Christianity or Islam. Although it is true I am critical of all three in some sense, I am also very aware of the Sacred Scriptures and the Holy Sciences contained therein, with reverence. It is true that there are many great teachings and works in the scriptures.
Many more posts and pictures of New England sites coming this June, so stay tuned!