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A Lady of Magdala, Providence and The Pineal Gland

December 1, 2013 Leave a comment

Emanating Halo Aura through Pineal Gland activation.

“Why?” I asked Her. “Why do all of this?”

“Because someday, you will become like me. Because that is what you are. You are one of my kind.”

“Whoa,” I said, incredulously. “You mean I’m a god?”

“No. Not yet. You are a fetus. You are still growing. Once you have lived every human life throughout all time, you will have grown enough to be born.”

“So the whole universe, then…” I said, “it’s just-”

“An egg.” She answered.

“Now it’s time for you to move on.” And I sent you on your way.

(credits: Andy Weir, Dustin M. Jackson)

“I have seen (the) god face to face and I will call the place Piniel”. -Jacob

The Eye of Providence.

The Eye of Providence.

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Writing in Maya Glyphs

September 30, 2013 Leave a comment

Learn how to write in a new… err, ancient language.

Writing in Maya Glyphs – .pdf link here:

For something more in-depth, I recommend “Reading Maya Art: A Hieroglyphic Guide to Ancient Maya Painting and Sculpture”

Lavishly illustrated, fully cross-referenced and indexed: an invaluable book for anyone wishing to see and understand Maya art through the eyes of ancient scribes and artists.

The art of the ancient Maya may be considered their most singular cultural achievement. Yet despite a surge of popular interest in these remarkable people, few are fully aware of the richness of their artistic legacy, unique in all of pre-Columbian America.

Presented here for the first time is a compendium of one hundred hieroglyphs that are also the building blocks of ancient Maya painting and sculpture. Organized thematically, the symbols touch on many facets of the Maya world, from the natural environment—animals, plants, the heavens—to the mental landscape of gods, myths, and rituals. Using hundreds of line drawings and photographs, Andrea Stone and Marc Zender show how to identify these signs, understand their meaning, and appreciate the novel ways they appear in art. In addition to providing a basic introduction, the authors also offer many new and exciting interpretations. 535 black-and-white illustrations.”

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Maya art is a rare combination of linear elegance and naturalism blended with dazzling symbolic complexity. Decorated objects, ranging from painted vases and carved jade and shell ornaments to towering stone monuments and building facades, bear the traces of a symbol system that, while fascinating, can make an understanding of these images elusive to the uninitiated.

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