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Essentially, a profound direction in archaeoastronomy. It would be more effective with a shorter presentation; I realize what you are conveying by showing the cad steps in real time is the intellectual adventure, with a spirit of full disclosure. You can still achieve this by shortening the visual steps to emphasize the images of gnomonic standards and their relationships you have discovered.
As you have already worked on exploring and extrapolating the world mysteries for some time, it is exciting to produce a culmination such as this; varying the music will enhance what you are saying, here. As it stands, the theme is appropriate but then continues into a redundancy which has a cumulative effect that takes away from the whole.
Redundancy is indeed intrinsic to measure and mathematics, but you surely have other music to vary it with.
Anyway, it's what you have to say about the nuances that I find most intriguing about the soundtrack.
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I know a little...the Black Knight cannot be responsible for all the kornkreise activity around the world, but it may well be involved in modern ones. The tech being ancient and advanced simultaneously brings the thing into focus.....but the modern flap began in the mid-1970's, right?
And the satellite~bat-god was known...what, by some reports, early as the 1950's, or as slippery as the mind itself, receding into mythic antiquity, just like crop circles have re-emerged from prior flaps....
When was that nuke test in orbital space? The late 1960's?
If I were the Black Knight, that would definitely wake me up from my orbital bat cave.
Thing is, the soil, water, and crops are being irradiated. That's the deeply fascinating and disturbing scientific end of the action. The codes, the psychic interplay, the dazzling beauty and precision.....are awesome.
But, new cell structures are being beamed into our food.
Paranoid conspiracy fear could say this is how we are dumbed down, where the real eugenics program shapes nations over the ages, by modulating specific frequencies of radiation in our air, food, and water. While GMOs frighten one class of people, this other thing a million times more ominous than fluoride slips right past the tinfoil hats on the heads of the gun- toting good old boys drinking whiskey on their front porches, not even the bloodhounds notice. Religion, martial arts, philosophy: nothing on Earth can protect the biosphere from....dun dun Dunnn....orbital robot of DOOOOM.
Personally, I have seen enough impossibly strange stuff to entertain the notion of any manner of possibility, while keeping belief pared down to the bare minimum. Because no matter what, there is no real distinction between the people of the Universe and the Universe.
We are the Universe, in a particularized experience.
On another tack, the Black Satellite does seem to qualify as a (Clarke monolith!) truly ancient, possibly fully automated sentinel. I think it is likely to be of a kind of machine, and with protocols, perhaps carrying out ancient commands with a limited parameter of adaptation.
Tangent to these, modern agriculture has crops that have changed very little since they were first domesticated, which was in a very short order of time that has rather eluded historians.
I don't mean potatoes in all their varieties, nor corn in it's.
I mean wheat, rye, spillet, rice, barley.....the classic, bread-and-beer grains used by warring nations for millennia.
Kamut of Egypt and Amaranth of the Americas and Black Rice of Asia are a little different....more complete nutritionally.
Now, there is a bread by Food for Life, called Ezekiel 4:9.
It literally follows the recipe from that scripture by taking certain of these incomplete, classic grains, mashing them up, and baking it. It is awesome with olive oil, but the thing is, this recipe contains all of the essential amino acids. That is, of the "20" Amino's that make up the human body, we produce some ourselves, and the rest--the 'essentials'--we require from our diet.
If......you regularly satisfy the amino requirements of yourself, your family, community, whatever...a nation, the whole world: the result is greater health, cumulative higher intelligence, longevity, vitality....
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In the spirit of universal well-being, I submit this light-breathing dance
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So ! I am learning about this Google plus thingy, and saying my music is posted on Soundcloud under 9jadejaguar. Pounce !!!
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This cat thinks outside the hat, and goes outside the box of ideas commonly mistaken for the limits of science.
Like the myth and the metaphor, little Jaguar is intimate with quantum entanglement, and disentanglement.
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