Sleep Therapy as per the Oquaga Spirit. I have been so fortunate. My family and I spent at least 15 beautiful summers on Oquaga Lake. The entire family got to go with me. I was employed as the house piano player at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. As a result I have added another profession: That of a working poet. Scott’s is located in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains of New York state. There, I met the presence of a spirit. I call it the Oquaga Spirit. “In the mornings I’d stroll and the spirit would be afloat.” The spirit spoke in poetic verse. The verse was mostly in simple quatrains in triple meter. A square four or angular two has dominated business, music, dance and poetry. Get ready for a soothing new wave of triple meter. As the spirit states: Return ye to the waltzes of Vienna. Incidentally, I am currently playing the piano at the Sarasota Crab and Fin on St Armand’s Circle. See events on DSOworks.com. Come and listen to me outdoors and enjoy beautiful melodies of Strauss waltzes.
So What did the Oquaga Spirit Say About Sleep Therapy?
The spirit’s poem is from the “The Morning lake in July”. I sensed the spirit to be a female American Indian from the Lennie Lenope tribe. They, at one time. lived around the lake. Also, be sure to listen to the free youtube video above of me reciting some of this spirit’s wonderful poems.
The morning lake in July
Has no wrinkles or crinkles.
Its flat facade gently flows
Marked only by a few sprinkles.
Just like a youthful lad
Whose skin is smooth and healthy
Without a care and trouble free
As if he were quite wealthy.
But later in the day,
When the winds begin to blow,
And boats are out by the dozens,
It’s then that age will show.
The next morning with the rising Sun,
The lake is once more new.
Just like us, after a good night’s sleep
We dispel the feeling of blue.
Roosters Offer a Sense of the Seasons. First, some important facts about terminology. Mature male chickens less than one year old are called cockerels. The term “rooster” originates in the United States. The term is widely used throughout North America, as well as Australia and New Zealand. The older terms “cock” or “cockerel”, the latter denoting a young cock, are used in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The Tastes and Smells of Autumn was dictated to me by the Oquaga Spirit. Our family spent many summers on Oquaga Lake. I was the house piano player at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. Also my wife, Sharon, and I did feature shows. On my time off, I’d stroll around this incredible lake. It has a spirit that liked to communicate to me through poetry. As I say in the book that resulted is called, The Oquaga Spirit Speaks: “So much she needed an ear, she ignored my tranquility.” Oquaga Lake is located in the foothills New York’s Catskill Mountains. It is spring fed that stays cool even in the summer.
Here is a free sample of one of the 80 poems in the book. The entire color -illustrated book is available as a product on DSOworks.com. This roosters poem is entitled: The Smells of Childhood. Enjoy life. And oh yes, may the Oquaga Spirit be with you. The lake was once home to the Lennie Lenope tribe of American Indians. They were a branch of the Algonquins.
It’s half past six in the morning
The roosters start their call;
It used to be four-thirty.
But now it’s closer to Fall.
The blackberries have finally ripened,
From green to red to black.
They take their time all summer
And wait ’till Autumn’s back.The berries are the bells of Summer;
Wild strawberries in June
Then raspberries and blueberries.
Blackberries bring the Harvest Moon.Apples have reached full size;
Looking luscious on trees.
Gold and red and green
All sweetening before the freeze.
The acorn and the chestnut,
The pumpkin and the squash
Are readied for the table.
The season’s almost awash.
The baking warmth of kitchen
The smell of apple pie.
Excited chattering children
Can’t wait to give it a try
The smells of childhood remembered
Harken back to Fall
The kitchen congregation,
The festive banquet hall.
With a fresh cup of cider
Just pressed at the mill,
Let’s toast this tasty season
And pies on window sill.
Hidden Heptagon Can Be Attached to Great Pyramid’s Blueprint. Or, is it vice versa? First, what is a heptagon? In geometry, a heptagon is a seven-sided polygon or 7-gon. The heptagon is also occasionally referred to as the septagon, using “sept-” (an elision of septua-, a Latin-derived numerical prefix, rather than hepta-, a Greek-derived numerical prefix) together with the Greek suffix “-agon” meaning angle.
The featured picture is from my 1st volume, p.393, of The Staff of God. I worked many summer seasons at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House as their piano player. There, a spiritual presence made itself known. I was educated in the ways of the ancients. The Oquaga Spirit Speaks, was one of the results. It relates through quatrains with rhyme the character of this spirit. Here is a sample from the opening poem entitled The Oquaga Spirit:
What a communicator was she
This sprite both blithe and free.
So much she needed an ear,
She ignored my tranquility.
NOW FOR THE HIDDEN HEPTAGON
To the best of my knowledge, I think I was one of the first to rediscover the hidden heptagon. Even more significant: I think the triangle of the Pyramid’s dimensions originally came from this hiding heptagon. Not the other way around. Every book I’ve seen previously has defined the triangle as giving birth to the Great Pyramid. This involved many geometrical constructions. Here’s the simpler way to draw its dimensions from the heptagon: Set your compass at point “C”, Mark its length AC. Mark point “D” from point “C”. Draw a straight line along ICBD. Connect lines for triangle CDA. You have the essential proportional measures of the Great Pyramid.
More blogs will be written on this topic. Here’s one application. Hebrew language has 3 “mother” letters. It also has 7 double letters. That is, letters with 2 distinct sounds.
A 2nd heptagon can be drawn on the other side of the triangle (not pictured). It’s basic side is defined by line AC. It then extends to the left. The 1st heptagon is on the right.
The one mother that gives birth to the 2 heptagons wedged in the lower center between the 2 heptagons. .
With the Hebrew language, the 3 mother letters give birth to the 7 double letters. The diagram geometrically defines this pattern.
Possibility exists that I might go to the Lake House once more this summer. There I would recite poetry. Also I would offer expeditions to commune with the spirit, and play the piano.
Greco-Hebraic Bond by Number 3168. This “3168” figure is virtually ubiquitous throughout the ancient world. John Michell discusses 3168 in City of Revelation. Chapter VII is entitled: 3168, the Perimeter of the Temple. He also discusses how the number ties into measurement. Here is a brief excerpt.
31,680 inches = ½ mile.
31,680 feet = 6 miles
31,680 furlongs (660 feet) = radius of the Earth (3,960 miles).
By an ancient science called gematria, the Greeks equated 3168 with “Lord Jesus Christ.” See City of Revelation p.82. This is found in the ancient Greek practice of equating numbers and letters called gematria. Hebrew does the same. So do many ancient languages.
Greco-Hebraic Bond is Quite Unique
In my featured picture above we have the blueprint and numbers of “the ancient temple plan.” Here we find the Greco-Hebraic bond. This is a source of ancient building. The idea was to draw on the numbers of this blueprint. Whatever units of measure you used didn’t matter. The idea was to draw on the numbers. It could be numbers in shorter Egyptian cubits (1.718 feet) , Palestinian cubits (2.107 feet) , English yards (3 feet) or even megalithic yards (2.72 feet). Please notice the outer hexagon numbers 528 on each side. Multiply number 528 by the 6 sides of the hexagon and we have: 528 x 6 = 3168.
You are probably wondering how or where I discovered this ancient temple plan. I found it on beautiful Oquaga Lake. While I was hiking, the Oquaga Spirit offered me the vision in the featured blog picture. This spirit has became a part of my life. This is true even when I am away from Oquaga Lake. I’ve memorized every poem this spirit has dictated. I recite the poems to myself daily. The result was the poetry book entitled, The Oquaga Spirit Speaks. From the Greco-Hebraic bond to wisdom about number squares, the spirit freely offered knowledge to me. In turn I am sharing her knowledge with you.
Indian Summer as Related by the Oquaga Spirit. Oquaga Lake is imbued with a spiritual presence. It is a spring fed lake perched high in the Catkskill mountains. I sensed the spirit was female and from the Lennie Lenape tribe. This particular tribe was matrilineal. She dictated poetry every summer. Many of my blogs on DSOworks.com share her wisdom about number squares. Soon I’ll be starting a 2nd website called Reviving Antiquity.com. She taught me about the “grain of mustard seed.” It is the 3 x 3 number square which grows like a luxuriant plant. It is the smallest of number squares. Yet it grows to infinity. The 3 x 3 square hides lost number codes. These codes were part of the knowledge once found at the library of Alexandria in Egypt. The poem below is an excerpt from The Oquaga Spirit Speaks. It is a product on DSOworks.
My Poem as Dictated by the Spirit Called Indian Summer
Fall blew in today
While summer took her time,
Fall was a quicker runner.
He came with trumpet fanfare
Running on a cool North breeze,
Falling many leaves
Bending branches on trees.
Summer was caught by surprise
By autumn’s sudden sprint
As he whoosed right by her
Brushing her leaves with tint.
Under grey sky cover
With thick and fluffy clouds
This challenger ran right by
To cheering fans and crowds.
But wait, says Summer she,
He cannot keep his pace:
This young impetuous challenger
Thinking to win this race.
Summer, a wise old Indian,
Will wait ’till Fall slows down
Then run as fast as she can
Before he turns around.
She’ll then regain the season
Warming hill and tree,
A beautiful Indian summer
For all of us she’ll be.
Nucleic Acids are Based the 1st Number Square. Three by three makes the 1st number square. 1 x 1 is defines the center of all odd numbered number squares. At the center of all even number squares is 2 x 2 center. Thus, the squaring of the first two digits as 1 x 1 and. 2 x 2 creates these centers. The 1st actual independent number square is 3 x 3. Being a odd number, one number (5) sits at its center. It sets the pattern in motion. #5 is the prime center of all number squares.
Others first patterns with number 3 include:
In two dimensions the triangle is the 1st polygon.
In three dimensions, the tetrahedron (pictured below) is the 1st regular polyhedron. This “Platonic solid” is the basic builiding block of the Universe. Plato, of course, had access to Egyptian knowledge. Egyptians had knowledge from Neolitic times.
Another threefold event is: Action- Reaction and a stable Resultant. The resultant is stable only if action and reaction show up as positive and negative helixes of triangles (See Synergetics by R. Buckminister Fuller section 108.01-.02).
Be it 3, 3², or √3, – all were understood and worked with in prehistoric times. We briefly discussed 3 and 3 x 3. How about √3? The square of three is also coded by hundreds. When it is, the central number becomes 555.
View the square above by 3 numbers at the time. Pair them by opposites. Also, any three numbers that cross the center is its own complementary 555 number. Their sum is always 1,110. Example, 492 + 618 = 1,110. Or, 951 + 159 = 1,110. The average of the two triple numbers becomes 555.
Finding to the 320 Proton Total of the 5 Nucleic Acids
Now, here is where RNA-DNA come into play by √3: Take the 555 of this 1st number square. Divide it by square root of three. The quotient is 320.4294… The number of protons in the nucleic acids is 320. In Neolitic cultures, the square root of three is at the basis of many sacred sites. The vesica piscis (vessel of the fish) demonstrates this square root.
Th 3 x 3 number square is the number square of man. In this regard click on the following blogs on DSOworks.com They are free. Share with friends!
Where did my insights comes from? Beautiful Oquaga Lake. It is the home of the Oquaga Spirit. Everyone should make a trip to this most sacred and isolated place of incomparable beauty. Enjoy the poetry given to me by this spirit. The Oquaga Spirit Speaks is a book of poetry available on DSOworks.com
Mantra of “Ahav” is Most Wonderful for Meditation. What is a mantra? The following description is from Wikipedia: The earliest examples of mantras are many hymns and verses of Vedas. People read them aloud. They thought that by doing so they would get the blessings of the gods and other beings. The system continued in Hindu practices of worship and meditation. Even now, many Hindus believe in the power of mantras to gain health and wealth.
Scott’s has a sign over the entrance to the hotel: “Love is Spoken Here.”Associations happen naturally on Oquaga Lake. The word “ahav” came into my mind after looking at the Scott’s sign. “Ahav” is the phoenetic sound of the Hebraic verb for “love.”
A spirit guide from the Lennie Lenope tribe dictated many books to me over the summers that our family was there. Some summers she spoke in poetic verse. The rhymes in the book pictured above was such a book. It is now available on DSOworks.com as a product.
HOW I CAME TO KNOW THE MANTRA, AHAV
When people would come to Scotts Oquaga Lake House they arrived filled with everyday troubles and anxieties. However, they left feeling wonderful about themselves and the rest of the world. The sound of “Ahav” expresses the essence of this equation:
“Ah” is the sound of love, caring release and relaxation.
“Ha” (the next part of the word) is the sound of joy and laughter.
“Aha” is the combination of love and laughter. The combination brings about enlightenment as in the combined sound “Aha”. An aha moment is one of sudden realization.
The final vibrating “v” sound emanates love, laughter and wisdom outward in ever growing spirals. The sound encapsulates outwards; like ripples that fill a lake.
A special thank you to the wonderful Indian spirit around the lake. Many more blogs will appear about love and its ancient mantra, “ahav”.
Scriptures That Reveal the Hidden Code. The key that can open the door to peace on earth is here. It has been here all along. Many biblical passages refer to this key. It’s a simple mathematical puzzle: Set numbers 1 to 9 in a grid. Any row of three must total 15. The picture is below. Also, in this blog I will point out a few of the Biblical references. More will be referred to in future blogs. To see the hidden code, here’s what to do:
First, confining lines must be removed.
To get you started, read the code by hundreds as follows. 276 + 834 = 1110. Or, 753 + 357 = 1,110 etc. The perimeter around the Great Pyramid of Egypt is 1,110 megalithic yards.
Any row by hundreds that does not cross the cental 5 must be added to its opposite 3 numbers, only backwards. Then it equals 1,110.
Any row that crosses the center is its own number forwards and backwards. This is also illustrated immediately above.
Among the Key Scriptures that Give it Reference is Isaiah 45:2-3.
To understand the meaning of this heading remember from previous blogs: Add the numbers 1 to 9 together. They total 45. That is the chapter number in the heading above. The key central number is 5. Add the two verse numbers in this Scripture as 2 + 3 = 5. Here is the Biblical text: ““I will go before thee, and make the crooked places straight: I will break in pieces the gates of brass, and cut in sunder the bars of iron: And I will give thee the treasures of darkness, and hidden riches of secret places, that thou mayest know that I, the LORD, which call thee by thy name, am the God of Israel.”
(Isaiah 45:2-3). Number 5 is surrounded by the 8 other numbers. Number five is thus encapsulated. It holds “the treasure of darkness, and hidden riches…”
But, The Scriptures Do Not Stop Here. Consider the 4 Gospels
St. Matthew 3:3 Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his paths straight.
St. Mark:1-3 Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his paths straight.
St. Luke 3:4 Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his paths straight.
St John 1:23 Make straight the way of the Lord.
By making straight the way of the Lord (which refers to removing the grid from the numbers) the code can be read. The lines, put simply, confine and limit. Finally, the spirit that revealed the code to me is a poetess. On my walks in the Catskill Mountains, she dictated a book of poetry. It is now a product on DSOworks.com. The title is The Oquaga Spirit Speaks. The second and enlarged version is now available. Italso filled with color pictures of the area around Deposit, New York. . The poetry and picture offers hours of fun and many surprises. I worked at a resort as a piano player during the summers. It is called Scotts Oquaga Lake House. On hikes is when the spirit dictated her poetry. Here’s some of her wisdom: “If it’s life you wish to live and enjoy it to the marrow; then get thee a walking stick and hear the morning sparrow”.
Mankind: 120 Years. They question then becomes what is the source of Genesis 6:3- And Jehovah said, My spirit shall not strive with man for ever, for that he also is flesh: yet shall his days be a hundred and twenty years. The Hebrew from the Torah of the Scripture are: וַיֹּאמֶר יְהוָה, לֹא-יָדוֹן רוּחִי בָאָדָם לְעֹלָם, בְּשַׁגַּם, הוּא בָשָׂר; וְהָיוּ יָמָיו, מֵאָה וְעֶשְׂרִים שָׁנָה.
The source is found in the featured image given above. Hebrew uses gematria. That is the cross over been words and numbers. That cross over does not exist in modern languages. Words are one thing. Numbers are another. Current languages use separate symbols for letters and numbers. Certain old languages, as Hebrew and Greek, used the same symbols.
אָדָם – In Hebrew, generic man expressed as Adam, has a gematria of 45. That states, unequivocally, man’s source is the 3 x 3 number square. Total the numbers from 1 to 9. They equal 45.
מֵאָה וְעֶשְׂרִים שָׁנָה- These are the Hebraic “120 year words”. Look at the featured number square again.
Her’s how 15 can be found in 8 different ways by single numbers on the same number square. That totals the 120. Not only man(45) , but his life span(120 expressed in years) is thus connected to this fundamental number square of all number squares. The 3 x 3 number square is “The grain of mustard seed from which everything grows”.
THE 3 X 3 NUMBER SQUARE OF MANKIND GIVES THE LIFESPAN IN GENESIS 6:3
The three vertical ways are: 4 + 3 + 8. Then 9 + 5+ 1. Finally, 2 + 7 + 6.
The three horizontal ways are: 4 + 9 + 2. Then 3 + 5 + 7. Finally, 8 + 1 + 6.
Then, we have the two diagonal ways: 4+5 + 6. Then, 2 + 5 + 8.
This, 8 x 15 = 120.
I have been shown how the cultures of antiquity used these number squares. My main source and guide was the Oquaga Spirit of Oquaga Lake. The “Lady of the Lake” as I call her. My family and I spent some 15 summers by this lake in the foothills of the Catskills. The lake is on top of a mountain. This spirit dictated my book of some 100 pages of poetry with pictures now available as a product DSOworks. It is called the Oquaga Spirit Speaks. The spirit showed me the source of “truth”. She revealed the hidden number codes in this basic number square. The essence of the spirit is a female of the Lennie Lenpe American Indian tribe. The tribe dwelled around the lake at one time.
Oquaga Spirit: At last, the poetry book by The Oquaga Spirit Speaks has arrived. Here is even better news. The price is only $2.99. See the products page on DSOworks. This spirit dwells around Oquaga Lake. She will make her presence known to any receptive ear. This essence from the Lennie Lenape tribe talked my ear off. I described her disposition in the poem, “The Oquaga Spirit”:
What a communicator was she This sprite both blithe and free So much she needed an ear She ignored my tranquility.
INVITE THE OQUAGA SPIRIT TO YOUR WEDDING
The book’s 1st printing on this website includes 99 pages of poetry and pictures. Most pictures were taken by my family. The cover picture was taken by my daughter. She, like many other brides, loved getting married at Scott’s, right by the lake. Scott’s Oquaga lake House has been in business since 1869, It has been continuously owned and honorably run by the same Scott family. Son-in-law, Gary Holdridge, officiated at our daughter’s wedding. He is a both a captain and justice of the peace. A wedding on Scott’s Showboat of Song is “As Good As it Gets.” What makes this poetry book different from all others, you ask?
Every poem was inspired in or around the Catskill Mountains.
Most of the poetry was written while hiking in the early morning hours. As penned in the poem, “Get Thee A Walking Stick”:
He (the poet) beats the morning Sun To catch beams of words. Sometimes his eyes are blurry The hour seems absurd.
The spirit teaches solid moral values. Even visiting ministers have quoted her lines. I believe these two quatrains offer one of the reasons David wrote his psalms: To praise God. Here is an excerpt from the poem: Why God Created Man:
As a man needs praise For good things he has done; God also needs to hear About his stars and Moon and Sun.
Fulfill your reason to be Ignore not Divine intent Daily sing his praises Fulfilling your covenant.
Where else can you add joy, happiness, revive pleasant memories, or celebrate life in a meaning full way for only $2.99? Heed the words of the Oquaga Spirit. Read, and even memorize, her poems. Each one is a treasure. And yes, I’ve memorized them and practice their recitation, daily. I would be happy to do live poetry with picture programs. Contact me through DSOworks.com. for dates, prices and availability. Also. I will be shortly posting a front page thumbnail of me reciting a sample of the poetry.