Cycles Part Two-2 About the Nature of Time. Today, many are taken with measuring speed. We all know the speed of light in vacuum. It commonly denoted c. That is a universal physical constant. It important in many areas of physics. Its exact value is 299,792,458 metres per second (approximately 3.00×108 m/s, or 300,000 km/s (186,000 mi/s)[Note 3]). However, in the past, cycles of time were more significant and relevant than its speed. The Stonehenge being a prime example. Eclipses of the Sun deserved more attention then the amount of time light takes to get the Earth from the Sun.
We have a Foundation for the Study of Cycles. It was initiated by Edward R. Dewey. It affiliated with of the University of Pittsburgh. The Foundation acts as a clearinghouse for various types of cycles. They co-ordinate cycles of social and physical scientists. In 1964 they published a list of 1280 cycles.
Also below is an internal link. It co-orinates musical triads, the Moon and cyclic nature of time.
The Foundation for the Study of Cycles found that seemingly unrelated topics were related by cycles of time. If a certain cycles lasts for “X” number of months, then:
Other cycles last an equal length of time.
Also, their high and low points of cyclic activity occur together.
In this manner a 9.6 year cycle is shared by the following populations: (1) Salmon fish in the Atlantic Ocean. (2) Chinch bugs in Illinois. (3) Canadian snowshoe rabbits. (4) Populations as lynx, marten, hawks and other fish. These populations increase for one-half of the time of the total cycle. They then decrease for the other half. Even the incidence of heart disease in the United States follows the same pattern.
It’s about time we stopped measuring everything only in terms of speed. Quantity counts. However, an argument can be made that quality is even more significant. Time must be considered in all its aspects. That is what we should consider. Certainly, our ancestors did.
Plato is my friend — Aristotle is my friend — but my greatest friend is truth.
So What Are Ten Eighty Musings?
First, to define 1080. Numbers, in the lost past, had associations. 1080 was lunar and terrestrial. The establish four elements were earth, air fir and water. 1080 was water. It expressed the Moon’s influence on the cycles of nature.With the psyche, it represents intuition. Ten eighty guides the unconscious mind.
So where does 1080 figure into today’s theme? First, let’s look at the ancient attitude to “zero”. It wasn’t a real number. It was synthetic. Ten was a combination of two opposite numbers on the 3 x 3 number square. Therefore, past civilizations could read 1080 as 18. They had the option of reading it as 108.
So how were Ten Eighty Musings Used By Advanced, Lost Civilizations, Including Atlantis?
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Note the Moon. Its diameter was taken on 1080 miles. Its metal was silver. Note silver’s standard atomic weight average of 107.8682(2).
Bearish Lake Found in American, Indian Territory. What is this blog about. It is the 1st of a series. Basically, “A Great Miracle Happened There.” This will be explained over a number of blogs. Bearish Lake Found serves as the introduction. First, the specific tribes that this blog is about. Oquaga Lake was a part of their domain. My entire family lived for some 15 summer seasons on Oquaga Lake. I was the piano player at Scotts Oquaga Lake House. The Lenape (English: /ləˈnɑːpi/ or /ˈlɛnəpi/), also called the Lenni Lenape and the Delaware, are an indigenous people of the Northeastern Woodlands. They live in Canada and the United States. They are also called Delaware Indians. Their historical territory included present-day New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania. It is set along the Delaware Riverwatershed, New York City, western Long Island, and the Lower Hudson Valley.[notes 1
Bearish Lake and Bear Legends
The following I relate from The Illustrated Signs and Symbols Sourcebook, writtenby Adele Nozedar. In Celtic culture, “bear” and “warrior” were interchangeable. Men and women were included with the “bear” name. This title was applied to Artio. She was the ferocious warrior queen of the Gauls. The root for the name bear among the Celts was “artos”. Some claim the name applies to King Arthur. Others try to refute the “King Arthur” connection. Regardless, the Greek Goddess of the hunt was Diana/Artemis. She shares the bear title.
The bear has a strong connection to the Moon.
The Moon disappears for a period of time. This is during New Moon. By parallel, the bear hibernates during the winter months. For this reason, ancients connected the two. In northern European pre-Christian culture, the bear was the equivalent of the lion. Both represented power and authority. In the northern sky Ursa Major and Ursa Minor are the Great Bear and the Little Bear. They are the stellar incarnations of the Goddess.
As my 1st subject on the bear, I hoped to create a background. It was on bear-shaped Oquaga Lake that I received understanding. The insight was about of number squares. It was given by the Oquaga Spirit. With blog No 1, I hoped to tie together, the Lake, the Moon and the Bear. Keep watching for part two on DSOworks.com. It will be called Bearish Lake II. By the way, off-season I offer piano lessons in Sarasota.
Source: Is There a Stamp that Fabricates Our Universe? Yes. The obvious answer is our Creator, God. But does our Creator go through a medium? Does He use a preferred tool? I searched for years. Like the Greeks, I looked to geometry. I became convinced it was the five regular polyhedrons. Plato discusses how they are the idealized shapes behind everything.
I tend to look for overriding patterns between dissimilar things. This is because of my piano playing. You play the same patterns of notes on the keys: Eight white keys. Then two black. Then three black over and over. Yet, the tune or music can always be different. Looking at what things have in common is called “wisdom”. This quality promotes peace. Only looking at differences promotes strife and war. I think that in the Bible, that explains why David was first a musician. That’s also why Plato, in his Republic, said music should be mandatory study for everyone until the age of 30.
So why did I think the 5 regular polyhedrons were the source? Because of a parallel I found between the number of degrees that their polygons contained and the diameters of the Earth, Sun and Moon expressed in miles.
Earth: Diameter often quoted as 7,920 miles. The Octahedron has 8 triangulated faces. 180 degrees/triangle x 8 = 1440. A dodecahedron has 12 pentagons. Each angle of each of the 5 angles of one pentagon 108 degrees. Thus, their total 540 degrees per pentagon x 12 pentagons = 6480 degrees Add the two: 1440 + 6480 = 7,920. Bingo, the Earth’s number.
God, working through the solids, wanted to be sure arrived at the Earth’s diameter a second way: Add the degrees of whole Platonic solids as follows: The 720 (of a tetrahedron) + 1440 (of the octahedron) + 3600 (of the icosahedron) + the 2160 ( of the cube). Total = 7920.
Moon: Its diameter is often given as 2160 miles. A cube has 6 squares. Each square has 360 degrees between its four corners with 90 degrees per corner. 6 squares x 360 = 2,160. Another bingo, 2160 is a commonly given diameter of the moon in miles.
Sun: Its diameter is often approximated as 864,000 miles. I’ve blogged about are multiplication by powers of ten are continually happening on the 3 x 3 number square. You can only realize this after you understand its hidden number codes. Go to DSOworks.com. Then click on “all posts”. Now, the 720 (of a tetrahedron) + 1440 (of the octahedron) + 6480 (of the doecahedron) total 8640. When multiplied by 10 x 10 (100) you get the approximation of the Sun’s diameter in miles-864,000.
To conclude: The source is a life long search. But, it’s well worth the effort. By the way, my realizations finally came from a spirit. I call her the Oquaga Spirit. She dwells around Oquaga Lake in Deposit, New York. I was the piano player at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. Her dictated book of poetry is now available on DSOworks.com as a product. I’ve memorized the poems and am available for recitations. If you can’t afford the book, eventually I will blog about the poems.-David