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Cheesefoot Head Crop Circle near Winchester, Hampshire. Reported August 9th, 2012.

The crop circle shown here is a representation of the supramolecular structure of the 64 DNA codons of the biological human body. We currently utilize less than half of our 64 codons with only 20 active DNA codings. The coming of the Golden Age, signified by the shift of December 2012, is simply a change of energy from one state into the next. This influx of higher vibrational frequencies from the Universe will potentially result in an activation and awakening of all 64 DNA codons. These 64 connected circles thus signify the emergence of an evolutionary energy transforming humans into multi-dimensional spiritual beings.

Dalí, Bardot and Sachs – The Artist, the Starlet and the Scion
 
This photograph was taken in November 1967 at a party for Brigitte Bardot’s then-husband Fritz Gunter Sachs, a billionaire German playboy (seen here to her left). Bardot and Sachs married on July 14th, 1966, which marked Bastille Day, the English name for the French National Day, or day of independence. For the French and the Germans, the marriage between the two celebrities on this date symbolized a union from two formerly embattled countries. Sachs was a fascinating character on his own as he was the heir to two German industrial heavyweights, Opel and Eleanor. Interestingly, his father was a member of the Nazi party and an honorary SS officer who was arrested and investigated but then released and allowed to resume business. Their high-profile whirlwind relationship ended on the rocks although Sachs later remarked, “A year with Bardot was worth 10 with anyone else.”

I find this photograph intriguing for a few reasons. Sachs was a very close friend to Salvador Dalí. There are various mentioning of Dalí’s connection to the Vril Society, an inner sect of the Thule Society- a powerful German secret society with occultist linking and ties to the Nazis according to some. This is a rabbit hole that tunnels deep, but the Vril Society centrally believe that a certain race of humans will be able to harness psychokinetic energy to become superhumans- and will then come into power as rulers of the world.

In this photograph, Brigitte Bardot is seen here as the golden-haired beauty holding the golden chalice with Dalí. The chalice is a cup intended for use in a ceremony- it is most commonly associated with the Holy Chalice used at the Last Supper to serve wine, which is tied to legends of the Holy Grail. It certainly seems that embedded in this photograph are a multitude of theories and tales that would unravel a rather interesting piece of secret history…. but that would be a much greater exploration, perhaps better left for a rainy day.

Etchilhampton, Near Devizes, Wiltshire. Reported July 28th, 2012.

Initially I thought that perhaps the 22 outer circles signified Element 22, Titanium in the periodic chart, somehow thinking that maybe this has something to do with titanium and our crystalline structure, but on a second thought, I think the decryption here is intended to be a lot more simplistic.

The key to understanding this particular crop circle is to view it with the 33 circles facing upwards. The 22 outer circles likely refers to the date of the end of the Mayan long count calendar- Dec 22nd/23rd, which many mistakenly believe ends on the 21st. The wave of the 22nd ushers in the cosmic consciousness, hence the 33 circles. This wave will bring in the Fifth World, shown here as 5 circles passing through the 22, interjecting into the circle of the 33.

The master number 33 ultimately signifies our elevation of thoughts, both in heart and mind. The end date of December 22nd as prophesized by the Mayan culture is not about the finality of humanity, but rather, the Fifth World is the dawn of the age of truth, an awakening of universal consciousness and a new cycle of existence.

Juggler’s Lane, near Yatesbury, Wiltshire, UK. Reported July 17th, 2012.

The latest crop circle to appear in Wiltshire shows a 12-petaled flower inside of a 6-sided polygon. Although a simple formation, the symbolism here is significant. The flower depicted is a 12-petaled lotus flower, an ancient symbol for the heart chakra, our central chakra from which love emanates. The heart chakra or fourth chakra, allows our physical body to connect to the spiritual realm. An open and balanced heart chakra brings the energy of unconditional love, peace and acceptance.

The lotus flower is placed within a 6-sided polygon called a hexagon, a shape created from perfectly equal parts. It is an ancient shape of sacred geometry and can be found in nature, such as the crystalline form of snowflakes; bees for instance, build the formation of their honeycombs in the shape of the hexagon. In numerology, the number 6 is said to represent harmony and equilibrium, a number of the humanitarian and of enlightenment.

The placement of the lotus flower in the center of the hexagon is truly fitting; as a shape of perfect symmetry, the hexagon cradles the balance of the lotus/heart. At the center of this crop circle is the depiction of love, surrounded by the wholeness of the circle, and at its outer, is the completion of balance.

Beyond Good and Evil
By Friedrich Nietzsche

From Chapter II: The Free Spirit

42. A new order of philosophers is appearing; I shall venture to baptize them by a name not without danger. As far as I understand them, as far as they allow themselves to be understood—for it is their nature to WISH to remain something of a puzzle—these philosophers of the future might rightly, perhaps also wrongly, claim to be designated as “tempters.” This name itself is after all only an attempt, or, if it be preferred, a temptation.

43. Will they be new friends of “truth,” these coming philosophers? Very probably, for all philosophers hitherto have loved their truths. But assuredly they will not be dogmatists. It must be contrary to their pride, and also contrary to their taste, that their truth should still be truth for every one—that which has hitherto been the secret wish and ultimate purpose of all dogmatic efforts.

44. Need I say expressly after all this that they will be free, VERY free spirits, these philosophers of the future—as certainly also they will not be merely free spirits, but something more, higher, greater, and fundamentally different, which does not wish to be misunderstood and mistaken? But while I say this, I feel under OBLIGATION almost as much to them as to ourselves (we free spirits who are their heralds and forerunners), to sweep away from ourselves altogether a stupid old prejudice and misunderstanding, which, like a fog, has too long made the conception of “free spirit” obscure. 
 

I’m talking about the ones who, for whatever reason, are as much a part of you as your own soul. Their place in your heart is tender; a bruise of longing, a pulse of unfinished business… Just hearing their names pushes and pulls at you in a hundred ways, and when you try to define those hundred ways, describe them even to yourself, words are useless. If you had a lifetime to talk, there would still be things left unsaid. ~ Sara Zarr

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The Peculiarities of the Voynich Manuscript

The Voynich Manuscript is a mysterious handwritten book written by an unknown author in a language that has yet to be deciphered by modern man. Recent radio carbon dating revealed that the 240-page book was created in the early 15th century.

The manuscript’s parchment pages tell a very curious tale. The characters are indeed alien, written in a language that does not resemble anything known in the history of humankind. Many of the pages in the Voynich Manuscript depict advance knowledge and understanding of the human anatomical and biological structure as well as precise drawings regarding astronomical matters.

Some of the illustrations seem to resemble some sort of embryonic human cloning device.

The third photo seemingly shows a representation of the small intestines.

In the fifth photo, the drawing on the far left is an eerily precise drawing of the Milky Way galaxy.

View the rest of the manuscript here.

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War courses through my veins, not because I defend it, but because I am the byproduct of war. In her youth, my mother escaped the Vietnam War during the 70s, fleeing her home in the middle of the night. I know that as much as she has spent the ensuing years in a forward surge of life, there are some memories that as much as one tries to forget, lie so deeply engraved that they become eternally intertwined within one’s consciousness.

We are very different, my mother and I. She has lived her moments in a very memento mori way, whereas since childhood, I have always grasped firmly onto the ideals of immortality. When I was a little girl, I remember thinking that I could walk through a terrain set with landmines and believed that I could emerge unharmed. This way of thinking has set the pace for my life. I have never known death, war nor bloodshed, but still I know it echoes within my DNA. Although I am fiercely against war, I believe my idealism has been, in a way, a gift of war. My mother’s resilience and the trauma she endured was great enough to resound for generations of posterity and beyond– and knowing this has continually brought me strength, as it has kept me going when I have endured my own trials, not that my own difficulties could be discounted, but in many ways they were so much less.

I cannot say that I will ever know the sound of “enemy fire,” the fury of a hail of ammunition nor what a fleet of Chinooks would look like flying overhead, nor will I know how my heart would beat if a convoy of tanks were to pass before me. I doubt I will ever know these things in my lifetime, but her memories are embedded within me, and still it flows through my blood finding its way to reconcile my very Western ways with a deep, Eastern subconscious.


Top photo: A female Viet Cong sniper, ca.1954-1976.

Bottom photo: In this June 18, 1965 Vietnam War file photo, an unidentified U.S. Army soldier wears a hand lettered “War Is Hell” slogan on his helmet. (AP Photo/Horst Faas)

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It looks as though Wiltshire, England is getting quite active with crop circles these days. The latest pattern shows the Flower of Life within a pyramid, reported July 1st, 2012 in Waden Hill. Just 3 days ago, another crop circle formation also appeared in Wiltshire, showing a pattern of circles that represents the transit of Venus across the sun.

Wiltshire is considered to be the most widely active area in the world for crop circles. It is usually the case that where there are a large number of crop circles, there are also ancient monuments generally built around powerful natural energy vortexes and ley lines. Wiltshire is indeed such a place, as one of its most famous prehistoric sites are the stone circles of Stonehenge in Amesbury.

It only seems fitting that the Flower of Life, one of the oldest symbols known to man, would appear on the very ancient landscapes of the Wiltshire area. The Flower of Life is one of the most important secrets of man. Configured of evenly-shaped, overlapping circles, it is a symbol of Sacred Geometry and within its patterns are the fundamental structures of all living things including space and time.

Billowing to the east, a palpitating beat, a bit of peace unearthed.

In this complete pulsation, unbroken, movements soundless, life passes through waves, vibrating a treble eternal.

In time, the modes of nature emerge whole, reaching for a ripple, internal.

Subtly stirred by his soul, she found asylum in quiet hours, hidden in these restless shadows.

Spirits begin to whirl around the “I,” absorbing senses.

The ease of eyes slowly moving into the center “c” of consciousness; secrets shall pass by a seer’s perceptions.

Ordinary life does not interest me. I seek only the high moments. I am in accord with the surrealists, searching for the marvelous. I want to be a writer who reminds others that these moments exist; I want to prove that there is infinite space, infinite meaning, infinite dimension.
—  Anaïs Nin

An Analysis of Leda Atomica
Part 3

Like the great classical artists that came before him, for Dalí, mathematics was intrinsic to the creation of his paintings. Leda Atomica as seen here in the course of execution, was composed using the Golden Ratio, a form of Sacred Geometry. As a number approximately equal to 1.618, the Golden Ratio has been found in art and architecture since time immemorial, including the pyramids of Giza and the Parthenon at Athens.

Leda and the swan are positioned inside 3 geometric shapes: a five-pointed star, a pentagon (a five-sided polygon) and a circle. Inevitably, I believe that artwork that encompasses the sacred form of geometry will resonate on a very subconscious level to those who view it. The Divine proportions, as it ultimately connects to the Cosmos, will register on a very deep level, thereby opening one up to the contemplation of the greater mysteries of life, and perhaps it is also a glimpse at a greater sense of perfection.

Ultimately, I see Leda Atomica as Dalí’s effort to reconcile a dark myth that had been perpetuated through the centuries, shedding light by unearthing a new depth to the story. Dalí also adds to this a subtle yet powerful message of the mystical and transcendent nature of life as it relates to the universe. Leda can be seen as a divine woman who no longer lays victimized by the brute swan, as in Leda Atomica, they appear in perfect harmony.

Speaking of the eye… three crop circles that recently appeared in WoodBorough Hill, Alton Barnes, Wiltshire, England, reported June 9th, 2012. The first contains 7 joined concentric circles, the second contains 8 circles, the third holds 9 concentric circles, all with the eye centered within the largest circle. Interestingly, the symbols create a sperm-like or fish-like form. There is also a larger outer ring encircling each eye, perhaps signifying illumination and the movement of consciousness…

Kölner Dom, also known as Cologne Cathedral… something I’ve been wanting to draw for awhile as it is one of the most breathtaking feats of medieval gothic architecture. I started most of this last night and finished late tonight. Ink sketched by freehand, my favorite… when straight lines do not have to be straight and curves need not be symmetrical, and yet somewhere within the chaos, there is much sense.

Duomo di Milano, Milan Cathedral… a drawing I finished today. Drawn by mechanical pencil. A self-induced lesson on angles and proportions (without using a ruler) that took nearly 3 days of patience and focus to complete. Essentially how I was brought up… sometimes you have to place yourself in difficult situations to learn…

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Mythology interpreted in a modern light… visually provocative works of art from Portuguese photographer duo DDiArte. The duo captures models in neo-baroque compositions, illustrating powerful mythological story-lines through digital manipulation.

Mythology adds a colorful dimension to ideas and allegories that may fall flat in a sometimes one-dimensional world. And what are myths but stories with timeless messages- themes of love, betrayal, agony, and hope played through verbal/visual symphonies, interweaving morals of the human condition in our eternal embrace of dark and light. The beauty of myths are that there will always be a rise that abounds from the fall, where a hero or a heroine will be conjured from the depths of darkness, and whom will always arrive to rectify all that is wrong.