Silent Communication…

Silence is noisy until we become accustomed to it. In silence we can hear the sound of our own pulse and heartbeat, the flowing rhythms of our own blood in our veins, – and the rhythm of the Universe – in the inner ear. When we quiet the endless verbal chatter echoing through our language-filled brains, there is a quieter, more universal mode of communication and knowing waiting to be tapped…

~ T. Manekshaw


“Consciousness is the underlying reality at the heart of existence.”

~ Anon I mus

The Sacred Void (quantum field of pure potentiality) is the womb of creation; it is not a vacuum of empty space, a wasteland or oblivion. This primordial Source (the I AM) can be said to be the zero-point field of possibility (free from any concept, quality or quantity).

Nothingness is the shapeless and formless construct where everything is imagined and created into being. This timeless, nameless and dimensionless realm is the empty canvas that contains all content (infinite possibilities).

what is not…

Thirty spokes join the wheel nave
And make of void and form a pair,
And a wagon’s put to use.

Clay is thrown to shape a pot
And make of void and form a pair,
And a vessel’s put to use.

Door and window vent a home,
And make of void and form a pair,
And a home is put to use.

Thus the value of what is
Depends for use on what is not…

~ Lao Tzu

Swastika Plate 5000 BC is a Model of the Milky Way

Science and Religion Reconciled with a little help from my friends

UPDATE January 19th 2021


Magnetic field streamlines detected by SOFIA are shown over an image of the Whirlpool galaxy, M51, from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. For the first time, SOFIA’s infrared view shows that the magnetic fields in the outer arms do not follow the galaxy’s spiral shape and are instead distorted. The intense star formation activity in these regions, shown in red, may be causing the chaos, along with the forces from the yellow neighboring galaxy, NGC 5195, tugging on one of the spiral arms. Credit: NASA, the SOFIA science team, A. Borlaff; NASA, ESA, S. Beckwith (STScI) and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)

Clearly what the PhD learns about Messier 51 will help us understand our own Milky Way spiral galaxy …

stay tuned

UPDATE December 30th, 2020

It has been 5+ years since the last update in 2015.
This article we saw just today is from…

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