And my final photo op! I’m so happy with this picture!! Jensen tried to take the pie while I was explaining what I wanted them to do and the poor guy looked heartbroken when I told him I was holding the pie! I just asked them to recreate the EW photo. When I turned back around to thank them, Jared stabbed the pie with his knife, Misha did the same with the spoon, and Jensen calmly handed me the fork😂😂😂


Jared Photo Op - SPNATL

I’ve heard for months how amazing Jared is in his ops: how he gives you his full attention and how he gives amazing hugs. So I was probably more nervous about these photos than I was with Jensen. When it was finally my turn the volunteer had to practically pull me forward. Jared turned and gave me a huge smile and asked if I wanted a hug since I’d hesitated a little after saying hi. I was able to tell him that I had two photos with him and asked if the first could be a hug from behind but turned where we were looking at each other. So he grabs me and practically dips me back which made me squeak a little. 😂 Initially he was just giving me that closed lip half smile he does a lot during ops. And I was trying to do the same, but Chris must have been messing with the camera because after a couple seconds of staring at each other and no flash I started giggling a little. And it was like the sun came out. Jared grinned at me like he was having the time of life, and it literally took my breathe away. And that was when I saw the camera flash. But before he let me go, Jared gave me a little squeeze and winked at me. 😍

After he’d returned to his mark, I just grinned and said that I’d take that hug now. To which he grabbed me in the biggest most engulfing bear hug I’ve ever experienced and squeezed so hard I’m pretty sure it bruised my ribs. As I turned to thank him and go, he rubbed my arms a little and winked at me again before turning to the next person in line. At which point I somehow managed to gather my things and leave the room where I promptly sat in a corner and shook for a good ten minutes.

When the prints came out and I found mine, I actually gasped when I saw the first one and started shaking again. It’s beautiful and makes me want to cry every time I look at it. Jared Padalecki is quite possibly the sweetest and most genuine man I’ve ever met, and this experience with him absolutely made my weekend. I’m going to cherish that smile for the rest of my life.


Sacred Geometry.

Sacred Geometry is the blueprint of Creation and the genesis of all form. It is an ancient science that explores and explains the energy patterns that create and unify all things and reveals the precise way that the energy of Creation organizes itself. On every scale, every natural pattern of growth or movement conforms inevitably to one or more geometric shapes.

As you enter the world of Sacred Geometry you begin to see as never before the wonderfully patterned beauty of Creation. The molecules of our DNA, the cornea of our eye, snow flakes, pine cones, flower petals, diamond crystals, the branching of trees, a nautilus shell, the star we spin around, the galaxy we spiral within, the air we breathe, and all life forms as we know them emerge out of timeless geometric codes. Viewing and contemplating these codes allow us to gaze directly at the lines on the face of deep wisdom and offers up a glimpse into the inner workings of the Universal Mind and the Universe itself.

The ancients believed that the experience of Sacred Geometry was essential to the education of the soul. They knew that these patterns and codes were symbolic of our own inner realm and the subtle structure of awareness. To them the “sacred” had particular significance involving consciousness and the profound mystery of awareness, the ultimate sacred wonder. Sacred Geometry takes on another whole level of significance when grounded in the experience of self-awareness.


Fabulous pictures of Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, and Olivia Poulet at the London premiere of Creation

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Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa - The Cosmic Tree of Universal Matter with Seven Branches and Opposing Triangles, “De Occulta Philosophia”, 1533.

The symbol of the cosmic tree in both its upright and inverted forms is clearly found in the Rg Veda. Both forms of the cosmic tree are used as the basic formulation of the cosmogony and cosmology of the soma sacrifice. 

In Rg Vedic cosmology, the unmanifest realm above is represented by an upright tree. The manifest world below is represented by an inverted tree. These can be graphically depicted as two triangles pointing in opposite directions and mirroring each other. This is the probable origin of the graphic representation of two triangles opposed to each other found in European alchemical and magical traditions. The soma priest used fire along the cosmic pillar/tree to invert it, making it an upward‑pointing triangle. This initiated a reunification of the manifest and unmanifest worlds. The fire (Agni) is said in the Rg Veda to be born directly from the entheogenic lotus (puskara) that induces the inner fire in the heart.

When the two triangles representing the manifest and the unmanifest worlds merge in the heart as explained in the Rg Vedic soma ceremony, the formation of the six‑pointed star body of light results. Fire reverses the inverted tree of manifestation by uniting the manifest with the unmanifest, forming a union of opposites. At this stage celestial soma merges with terrestrial Agni and lights up the solar heart. The six-pointed star body is really a seven‑pointed star body. Along the trunk there are three sets of pairs of limbs, which equal six points. The central pillar is itself the seventh point of the seven‑pointed star body. The luminous solar body of light emerges from the primal waters of creation in the heart‑ocean. This inner star body formed by the union of opposites is found at the basis of many Western mystical traditions including magic, Gnosticism, Kabbalah, alchemy, Hermetic traditions, and the works of Jacob Boehme, Robert Fludd, and John Dee.