Category Archives: As Above So Below

Ken L. Wheeler – The Missing Secrets Of Magnetism

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If you are looking for fresh insights and a deeper understanding of life, the universe and everything then now is the perfect opportunity to get acquainted with Ken Wheeler. If you are sitting comfortably then the following couple of videos … Continue reading

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Myths of the Cherokee: Sacred Numbers

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The Religious Instruction I received back in the days of black and white television didn’t explicitly encompass Sacred Numbers. The Indian has always four as the principal sacred number, with usually another only slightly subordinated. The two sacred numbers of … Continue reading

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Lawler Alignments – Galactic Roller Coaster

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WARNING If you like your Science Settled or your History served with a thick Gradualist Gloss then you should stop reading now and retreat to your preferred Safe Space. Early in the 17th century Galileo Galilei discovered the Milky Way … Continue reading

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Neal Adams: 09 – The Growing Earth and Universe

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Neal Adams presents his ideas regarding The Growing Earth and Universe. 12th May 2015 Interview

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Liesegang Cavities: 7 – Seismic Forked Tongue

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Trawling through the mainstream documentation it becomes apparent that Earth Scientists have to operate in a bi-polar world where there is one set of Settled Science covering the Earth’s Crust and another set of Settled Science governing the Earth’s Mantle … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 6 – Omori’s Seismic Cascade

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When the mainstream talks about seismic waves they usually focus upon a single big earthquake and generally seem to ignore the smaller aftershocks. An aftershock is a smaller earthquake that occurs after a previous large earthquake, in the same area … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 5 – Antipodal Hotspot

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Mainstream Earth Scientists tend to view Hotspots as “anomalously hot”. In geology, the places known as hotspots or hot spots are volcanic regions thought to be fed by underlying mantle that is anomalously hot compared with the surrounding mantle. They … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 4 – A Tale of Two Models

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There are finite limits on the knowledge of Earth Scientists. For example, the deepest borehole drilled into the Earth only reached a depth of 12,262 metres. The Kola Superdeep Borehole is the result of a scientific drilling project of the … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 3 – The Ringing Wet Earth

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The beauty of Georgi Gladyshev’s Liesegang Cosmology is that a small nodule of agate [which contains a central cavity i.e. a geode] is a natural As Above – So Below analogue for a silica planet. The Agate Analogue for the … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 2 – The Ringing Moon

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The beauty of Georgi Gladyshev’s Liesegang Cosmology is that a small nodule of agate [which contains a central cavity i.e. a geode] is a natural As Above – So Below analogue for a silica planet. The Agate Analogue for the … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 1 – Hollow Rocks

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Liesegang Rings have vexed mainstream scientists for over a hundred years. Liesegang rings are a phenomenon seen in many, if not most, chemical systems undergoing a precipitation reaction, under certain conditions of concentration and in the absence of convection. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liesegang_ringsContinue reading

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The Phi Frequency

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Joseph Weber’s eponymous Weber Bars are 2 metres in length, 1 metre in diameter and were engineered to resonate at a frequency of 1,661 hertz [or 1,660 hertz according to Wikipedia]. A Weber bar is a device used in the … Continue reading

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As Above So Below – Nassim Haramein

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Nassim Haramein is an extraordinary human with an extraordinary Natural Philosophy that truly encompasses the concept of As Above – So Below. The Natural Philosophy of Nassim Haramein really doesn’t require any third party interpretation because he is very adroit … Continue reading

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Brownian Motion – In-coherent Science

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Welcome to the weird and wacky world of In-coherent Science. The history of In-coherent Science can be traced back to the early years of the 20th century when the motion picture business was in its infancy. Around the turn of … Continue reading

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Carver Mead: Coherent Science

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Carver Mead is a very interesting engineer and scientist who has achieved a very impressive list of “firsts”. In relation to his 2002 award with the National Medal of Technology, his biography at a webpage of the Technology Administration of … Continue reading

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As Above So Below – Georgi Gladyshev

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The pioneering cosmology of Georgi Gladyshev [originally published in 1977] embodies the concept of As Above, So Below by explicitly stating that “Liesegang’s theory of periodic condensation can be used to explain the empirical Titius-Bode rule of planetary distances”. Physicochemical … Continue reading

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As Above So Below – Timo Niroma

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A previous posting introduced a concept that has echoed down the ages: As Above, So Below. The concept of As Above, So Below can be seen embedded in the cosmology of Johannes Kepler [Mysterium Cosmographicum – 1596] because he thought … Continue reading

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Phi in the Sky – As Above So Below

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The renaissance of Natural Philosophy in the Renaissance period laid the foundation stones which enabled the construction of the modern scientific edifice. The Renaissance also renewed interest in anti-Aristotelian theories of nature considered as an organic, living whole comprehensible independently … Continue reading

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