Friday, January 20, 2017

C.G.Jung on the Androgyny of Christ


C.G.Jung on the Androgyny of Christ

 
http://sciencereligionmyth.blogspot.de/2016/12/carl-jung-on-androgyny-of-christ.html



The microwave auditory effect, also known as the microwave hearing effect or the Frey effect, consists of audible clicks (or, with speech modulation, spoken words) induced by pulsed/modulated microwave frequencies. The clicks are generated directly inside the human head without the need of any receiving electronic device. The effect was first reported by persons working in the vicinity of radar transponders during World War II. During the Cold War era, the American neuroscientist Allan H. Frey studied this phenomenon and was the first to publish information on the nature of the microwave auditory effect. Pulsed microwave radiation can be heard by some workers; the irradiated personnel perceive auditory sensations of clicking or buzzing. The cause is thought to be thermoelastic expansion of portions of the auditory apparatus. Competing theories explain the results of interferometric holography tests differently. In 2003–04, the WaveBand Corp. had a contract from the U.S. Navy for the design of a MAE system they called MEDUSA (Mob Excess Deterrent Using Silent Audio) intended to remotely, temporarily incapacitate personnel. The project was cancelled in 2005.

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The Other MEDUSA 

(August 2007)
Officially, it was in 1820 
when a Russian expedition sighted a
continental Ice shelf and that Antarctica was "discovered".

Green Sahara's ancient rainfall regime revealed


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Standing Rock 

Sioux Tribe 

welcomes 

publication of

Notice of Intent for EIS

TOday poliTIcs

19.01.2017

Serbia Counts On Trump


By InSerbia with agencies

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Kako je Tito prebacio 70 fabrika

iz Srbije u Sloveniju i Hrvatsku

Jedna od omiljenih tvrdnji srpskih nacionalista je da su Slovenija i Hrvatska ”ekonomski procvetale na račun Srbije u sklopu paklenog plana Josipa Broza. Ova teza je izveštajem CIA dobila potvrdu...

Američka Centralna obaveštajna agencija (CIA)
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"You're in a prison, Evey. You were born in a prison. You've been in a prison so long, you no longer believe there's a world outside. That's because you're afraid, Evey. You're afraid because you can feel freedom closing in upon you. You're afraid because freedom is terrifying. Don't back away from it, Evey. Part of you understands the truth even as part pretends not to. You were in a cell, Evey. They offered you a choice between the death of your principles and the death of your body. You said you'd rather die. You faced the fear of your own death and you were calm and still. The door of the cage is open, Evey. All that you feel is the wind from outside.”
~ Alan Moore, V for Vendetta
The Prussian mythology was a polytheistic religion of the Old Prussians, indigenous peoples of Prussia before the Prussian Crusade waged by the Teutonic Knights. It was closely related to other Baltic faiths, the Lithuanian and Latvian mythologies. Its myths and legends did not survive as Prussians became Germanized and extinct in the early 18th century. Fragmentary information on gods and rituals can be found in various medieval chronicles, but most of them are unreliable. No sources document pagan religion before the forced Christianization in the 13th century. Most of what is known about Prussian religion is obtained from dubious 16th-century sources (Sudovian Book and Simon Grunau). :::: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prussian_mythology 

Baltic mythology is the body of mythology of the Baltic people stemming from Baltic paganism and continuing after Christianization and into Baltic folklore. Baltic mythology ultimately stems from Proto-Indo-European mythology. The Baltic region was one of the last regions of Europe to be Christianized, a process that occurred from the 15th century and into at least a century after. While no native texts survive detailing the mythology of the Baltic peoples during the pagan period, knowledge of the mythology may be gained from Russian and German chronicles, later folklore, by way of etymology, and comparative mythology. While the early chronicles (14th and 15th century) were largely the product of missionaries who sought to eradicate the native paganism of the Baltic peoples, rich material survives into Baltic folklore. This material has been of particular value in Indo-European studies as, like the Baltic languages, it is considered by scholars to be notably conservative, reflecting elements of Proto-Indo-European religion. The Indo-European Divine Twins are particularly well represented as the Dieva déli (Latvian 'sons of god') and Dievo súneliai (Lithuanian 'sons of god'). According to folklore, they are the children of Dievas (Lithuanian and Latvia; see Proto-Indo-European *Dyeus). Associated with the brothers and their father are two goddesses; the personified SunSaule (Latvian 'sun') and Saules meita (Latvian 'Sun's daughter'). Latvian mythology is set of paganic beliefs of Latvian people reconstructed from written evidence and folklore materials. It is closely related to earlier Baltic mythology. :::: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latvian_mythology
Lithuanian mythology is a type of Baltic mythology, developed by Lithuanians throughout the centuries. :::: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithuanian_mythology

Kryst Spiral vs. Fibonacci Spiral 

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