January 13, 2018 at 4:11 am #628
Here is the Syllabus for Temple Coin for anyone who wants to know what we are doing as a Community.
Christmas- Launch Temple Coin, a Proof-of-Stake Litecoin Clone, and Spread it on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter, while keeping it away from people who already have a ton of different coins, so as to create a new Community, instead of getting existing Bitcoiners to come into our Community.
Week after Christmas- Create Chat Room, Create Currency Symbol, Recruit Temple Coin Emissaries
First Month- Launch a Cryptonote Mining Pool for when we start launching Cryptonotes, Launch the first Town Based Cryptonote, January 20th 2018 make the first Temple Coin sale for Malawi Strains, Give out as many Temple Coins as possible.
That first sale will create value for the Coin. The first Bitcoin sale was 10,000 Bitcoins for 2 Pizzas. That is now over $10,000,000 in Bitcoin. And I was there when Bitcoin was $5 and we personally had to go in large numbers beg companies like Paypal to accept Bitcoins. I was part of Bitcoin becoming what it is, it is guaranteed that I can get value for Currencies I make. I know what I am doing.
Second Month- Announce Temple Coin, the first Temple Coin sales, and the Community and the Chat Room and the Cryptonote Mining Pool on Bitcointalk, Bitsharestalk, and all Cryptocurrency related forums.
Find an Exchange- At this point we will begin contacting Exchanges to let them know about the Community we have that they can collect fees from if they add our coin to their exchange.
And if there is anyone that has Temple Coins but no patience, you can go ahead and start contacting Exchanges and asking them to list Temple Coin. I will get it listed somewhere by some time in February, but if you really really just have no patience, go ahead and start asking websites like these to list us:
STEP 3- Creating Value
Once we are on an exchange, we will just start making money hand over fist.
(A) First, what I will do, is this: even if the coin is only $0.001 each or something, I will take a large portion of the Coins I have, and I will buy Silver with them. Then I will start offering Silver for sale in exchange for Temple Coins and our Town Currencies. This will create a flood of people who want to buy the Coin, because if they buy the Coin and hold it in their Wallet, it will gain 8% interest per year, and they could either wait for the Coin to go up in value a little, then use it to buy Silver, or use that 8% every year to buy Silver. And because you will be able to do that, the value will go up. I will also create Ethereum Tokens and Bitshares Assets, that we can use for Trading; and we will create a Steemit group where we all create accounts with tons of voting power.
(B) Then, once we have Silver being traded for Coins, then we will get land and start building a physical Temple. And once we have a Physical Temple, we will begin to fill it with these things:
Trading Sacred Items for Coins
Japa mala or Mala (माला), meaning: garland, is a set of beads commonly used by Hindus and Buddhists, usually made from 108 beads, though other numbers are also used. Malas are used for keeping count while reciting, chanting, or mentally repeating a mantra or the name or names of a deity. This practice is known in Sanskrit as japa.
Vibhuti (vibhūti Sanskrit: विभूति; Bengali: বিভূতি ; Kannada: ವಿಭೂತಿ; Telugu: విభూతి), also called Bhasma (ash), “Viboodhi” (Telugu: విబూది) or Thiruneeru (Tamil: திருநீறு), is a word that has several meanings in Hinduism. Generally, it is used to denote the sacred ash which is made of burnt dried wood in Vedic rituals. Hindu devotees apply vibhuti traditionally as three horizontal lines across the forehead and other parts of the body to please the god Shiva. Vibhuti smeared across the forehead to the end of both eyebrows is called Tripundra.
Puranas describe these faces of Shiva as:
“Sadyojata, Vamdeva, Tatpurusha & Aghora are the four faces,
The fifth is Ishana, unknowable even to the seers”
Ishana (sanskr. Īśāna) – name of aspect of Shiva.
The name Ishana is also mentioned in Shiva Mahapurana as one of five names of the god. Īśāna has its roots in the word “ish”, which means the invisible power that governs the universe. The wielder of this power, or this power itself, is “Īśāna”. It is synonymous with Ishwar, which means “The Lord”. In Hindu Scriptures this is a name given to Shiva. As per Hindu scriptures Shiva has five heads, each denoting one of the five tattvas (elements) namely Fire, Earth, Air, Water and Ether (also called as Sky-element or aakash-tattva in sanskrit) that make up the universe. This fifth head of Shiva faces the upward direction, towards the sky.
Īśāna signifies the subtle ethereal form of Shiva that represents transcendental knowledge. This dimension is reinforced by Vaastu Shastra, which says that Ishanya-disha (north-eastern direction) represents Prosperity and Knowledge. So Īśāna also has a symbolic meaning. In Hindu customs, north represents wealth and happiness while the east symbolizes knowledge and peace; Īśāna is a combination of both. It is also considered to be the name of the god of Vastu Śāstra. the Brahman splits into male (Parashiva) and female (Parasakti) and manifests as the universe. The Parashiva has five aspects:
Sadyojata – west aspect that propagates manifest Brahman-associated with brahma – represents earth.
Vamadeva – north aspect that sustains manifest Brahman – associated with Vishnu – represents water
Aghora – south aspect that rejuvenates manifest Brahman – associated with Rudra – represents fire
Tatpurusha – east aspects Rishi, Muni, Jnani, yogi – represents air
Isana – internal aspect that conceals – associated with all that exist – represents ether
From here it gets a little harder to explain as a point by point operation, so I will more generally explain what I am trying to say.
If you live in America you probably think that Religion is all about Heaven and Hell, but it turns out most Religions don’t even believe in those things.
In Hinduism Cows are considered important, and you have probably wondered why. It is because Cows give us milk, so they are considered one of your Mothers. And even today Milk is right along side Orange juice as a staple in many people’s fridge. Cows are pretty much treated like people because they are seen as a representation of the Mother Goddess Kamadhenu. No Temples are dedicated to her, but the Cows are her Temples.
The 7 Mothers are known as Matrikas or Matara and are important to Shaktism, which is the worship of the Feminine forces of nature.
And if you look in to other Polytheistic Religions they treat Cows similarly, but they would also eat the Cow. They just thought it was fun to treat it nice first.
The word “Yoga” means “to add” or “to join” or “combined”, and it can be visualized as putting a Yoke onto an Ox, in that you are employing your body for a purpose. Yoga practice is meant to be focused on the 5 Sheaths or 5 Kosha, which are: Foodstuff, Energy, Mnd-stuff, Wisdom & Bliss. The goal is to practice these things and line your body up with them so that the 5 Kosha are working together and at full capacity.
An important part of this process is learning about your Prana, which is in your breathing & heart.
According to the Doctrine of the Three bodies in Hinduism, the human being is composed of three sariras or “bodies” emanating from Brahman by avidya, “ignorance” or “nescience”. They are often equated with the five koshas (sheets), which cover the atman. The Three Bodies Doctrine is an essential doctrine in Hinduism.
Shaktipat or Śaktipāta (Sanskrit, from shakti – “(psychic) energy” – and pāta, “to fall”) refers in Hinduism to the conferring of spiritual “energy” upon one person by another. Shaktipat can be transmitted with a sacred word or mantra, or by a look, thought or touch – the last usually to the ajna chakra or third eye of the recipient.
A Mantrik or mantric is someone who specializes in practicing mantra. In India the word mantrik & similar names are synonymous with magician in different languages. Generally a mantrik is supposed to derive his powers from the use of charms, mantras, spells and other methods. A Hindu mantrik is known to worship Kali and is often mentioned in the same breath as tantric, though there are subtle differences. A Mantrik is one who chants to please a god or evil spirit for his benefit. Mantras are sacred chantings containing magical and mystical words.
Sahasrara (Sanskrit: सहस्रार, IAST: Sahasrāra, English: “thousand-petaled”) or crown chakra is the seventh primary chakra, according to Hindu tradition.
Ajna (Sanskrit: आज्ञा, IAST: Ājñā, English: “command”) or third-eye chakra is the sixth primary chakra according to Hindu tradition.
Vishuddha (Sanskrit: विशुद्ध, IAST: Viśuddha, English: “especially pure”), or Vishuddhi, or throat chakra is the fifth primary chakra according to the Hindu tradition.
Anahata (Sanskrit: अनाहत, IAST: Anāhata, English: “unstruck”) or heart chakra is the fourth primary chakra, according to Hindu Yogic, Shakta and Buddhist Tantric traditions. In Sanskrit, anahata means “unhurt, unstruck and unbeaten”. Anahata Nad refers to the Vedic concept of unstruck sound (the sound of the celestial realm). Ananhata is associated with a calm, serene sound devoid of violence.
Manipura (Sanskrit: मणिपूर, IAST: Maṇipūra, English: “jewel city”) or solar plexus/navel chakra is the third primary chakra according to Hindu tradition.
Svadhishthana (Sanskrit: स्वाधिष्ठान, IAST: Svādhiṣṭhāna, English: “one’s own base”) or sacral chakra is the second primary chakra according to Hinduism.
Muladhara (Sanskrit: मूलाधार, IAST: Mūlādhāra, English: “root support”) or root chakra is one of the seven primary chakras according to Hinduism. It may be represented by the color red, but its root square form is usually yellow.
Yoga, including breathing techniques and postures (asana), is employed to balance the energies in the body/mind.
Mudras, or gestures
Mantras: syllables, words, and phrases
Yantras: symbolic diagrams of forces at work in the universe
Identification with deities
Many people don’t know this, but 92 Percent of the World’s Diamond Industry is centered in Surat India. Diamonds are actually not as expensive as we make them, and supposedly one Jewelry company owns more diamonds than the rest of the world combined. Diamonds were not a popular engagement gift in America until around the 1940s and the whole process to create diamonds that reflect light comes from the Hindu religion. When Britain owned most of the world they spread Diamonds to everyone, just like tea, and the Cullinan Diamond (the biggest diamond in the world) is still kept by the Royal family.
Diamonds are pretty much unbreakable, which is what makes them so useful. They are used on the tips of tools so that etchings can be made in rocks, or metal. But the main thing that people think of when they think of a Diamond are the facets. Diamond cutting is about getting all the right angles so that the light is most utilized and shines out in all directions as much as possible. This comes from Hindu tradition. You can see the same idea in a Rudraksha bead. A Rudraksha bead is meant to symbolize Shiva’s Eyes, the word for Diamond in Sankrit is Vairja which is the same word for lightning bolt, and lightning is associated with the God Indra. The Vairja is important to both Hindu and Buddhist cultures.
The picture of an orange seed is a Rudraksha Seed, you can see it has many faces just like a diamond.
Ancient Hindu scriptures mention eight types of diamonds
1. Hanspati: transparent white color like a conch,
2. Kamlapati: transparent pinkish white, like lotus petal.
3. Vajraneel: transparent blue-white, like the color of the neck of a blue jay,
4. Vanaspati: transparent green-white, like fresh blade of grass,
5. Shyamvajra: transparent smoky-grey color
6. Telia: oily,and dark color.
7. Sanloyi: yellow-green or pale green color,
The 2 topped, tapered, or scroll looking object is a ritual object is known as a Vairja, and it is meant to represent lightning and diamonds.
Diamond Tipped Tools
Diamond Alternative Material
Coffee & Cuban Coffee, in Cuba they boil their coffee down to a small amount, so it’s a lot stronger. Like if you made a pot of coffee with a coffee machine, then put it in a metal pot on the stove and boiled the pot down to one shot glass.
Guarana, Contains Caffeine and Theobromine. So has the effects of Coffee and Chocolate.
Guyusa, kind of like Tea, but it is used in place of Coffee in some places. And is stronger than Tea.
Yerba Mate, Kinda of like Tea, but it is used in place of Coffee in some places. And is stronger than Tea.
Oilahuasca: Oilahuasca is using simple things like Cinnamon/Clove Tea to turn off your P450 Enzymes, then taking something like Basil Extract, to achieve effects like ecstasy. It is similar to how Ayahuasca works.
Enchymoma: A word from the 1800s, it means “An Elixir Made in the Stomache”
Hotentot Tea: A Dream Brew including Imphepho flowers and a few other things, meant to promote dreaming.
Soma: An Ancient Vedic Brew, some Historians believe it is Opium Poppy, some Historians believe it is Amanita Muscaria, some Historians believe it is a brew Similar to Ayahuasca.
Ambrosia: An ancient Greek brew, possibly containing Opium, but definitely containing some kind of Psychoactive plant.
White Lotus Wine: The Ancient Egyptians used to let their Wine soak up the stuff inside Lotus before drinking it, so that they had a Lotus Tea/Wine. White lotus contains a compound that attaches to dopamine receptors.
Kratom: Has been made into tea by Buddhists for hundreds if not thousands of years. Contains Opiates that are not illegal, because they are not the same as the Opiates in Opium. And they may not show up on drug tests, I would double check though.
Lemon Grass: Contains Myrcene which can also be found in Hops/Beer. Has a slight Opiod Analgesic effect.
Black Cohosh: Attaches to 5HT serotonin receptors, can be made into a Tea or Capsule.
Mucuna Seed/Velvet Bean: Contains L-DOPA and Tryptamines, people use it as a Mood Enhancer.
Catnip: Can be made into a tea and drank by humans for light sedative effect, about 80% of cats are effected by it.
Valerian Root: Can effect cats similar to Catnip. Causes sedative effects in humans.
Silver Vine: Can effect cats similar to Catnip. Probably has effects for humans.
Bog Bean Leaves: Can effect cats similar to Catnip, used by humans in place of coffee.
Dittany of Crete: A Cooking Spice grown in Europe, this plant does not drop seeds and can only be cultivated by growing a clone, and it has been passed down this way for a LONG time. It has some sedative effects from what I have read, but I have not tried it.
Voaconga Africana: Contains things similar to Ibogaine and could be used for drug treatment.
Inebriating Mint: Used around Turkey, made like Tea, has a sedative effect.
Indian Warrior: A Natural Sedative/Tranquilizer
Mulungu: Said to be “Nature’s Valium” by some people.
Wild Dagga: Contains Leourine, similar to Cannabis but not the same. Can be smoked or made into a tea.
Clip Dagga: Just like Wild Dagga
Motherwort/Siberian Motherwort: Contains the same thing as Wild Dagg and Clip Dagga.
Virola Elongota: Used by people in the Amazon as an entheogen and arrow poison.
Desfontainia: Known as “Chilean Holly”, used as a Hallucinogen by native people.
Typha Capensis: Root Mass used as Entheogen
Maconha Brava: Used as an Entheogen in some places.
Black Horehound: Contains Diterpenes and is said to have some entheogen effects.
Stone Root: Has effects on the central nervous system and other parts of the body.
Horny Goat Weed: Used as a Sexual Stimulant for Men
Yohimbe: Used as a Sexual Stimulant for Men and Women
Belladonna Eye Drops: Used to make your eyes Dilated
Passion Flower: MAOI/Antidepressant
Aconite aka Monks Hood aka Wolf’s Bane. It has been used to kill wolves and was said to turn people in to werewolves. It is poison and can kill someone who eats to much, some people smoke it though.
Acacia is known as “Waddle” in Australia and has species all over the world, the bark contains DMT, 5-MeO-DMT and other Tryptamines.
Acorus Calamus aka Sweet Flag. Can cause hallucinations. It is used in medicine and food.
Amanita Muscaria aka Fly Agaric. Hallucinogenic and possibly Narcotic. You have probably seen them with toads on them, or gnomes under them, or in Alice in Wonderland.
Some species of Ants have been used to achieve ritual hallucinations. Some ants contain hallucinogens you can use by swallowing them.
Ayahuasca is a mixture of 2 things. Any plant containing MAOIs mixed with any plant containing DMT, then drank together.
Belladona seeds are poisonous and have been used to achieve hallucinations for a long time. They say that the reason “witches fly on broom sticks” is because they would use broom sticks to put the Belladona seed in a… weird place. Then they would “Fly”.
Betel leaf is chewed by about 1/10th of the world’s population as a mild stimulant similar to cigarettes.
Brugmansia contains Scopolamine which can cause vivid hallucinations via making you extremely delirious. It is not a hallucinogen, it is a delliriant and a poison that can kill you.
caesalpinia sepiaria is said to cause hallucinations.
Camellia Sinensis aka Tea Leaves, contains both Caffeine and L-Theanine, which together work differently than either of them would alone.
Cannabis aka Marijuana aka Pot also Hash contains THC and other Cannabinoids.
Chocolate contains Theobromine.
Cantharides aka Spanish Fly. An Aphrodisiac made from the wings of a beetle. Supposedly Sudanese people grind up dung beetles and drink them with water, no known reason for this yet though.
Coffee contains Caffeine.
Datura is just like Brugmansia.
Duboisia Hopwoodii aka Pituri grows in Australia and has nicotine and a stronger (more poisonous) relative of nicotine in it.
Ephedra aka Mormon Tea contains Ephedrine, a stimulant which has been used to treat asthma.
Fugu aka Puffer fish. It’s liver contains a nuerotoxin that kills most people, some people survive with no vital signs, then wake back up after 3 days. It is a delicacy in Japan because you have to trust the chef to not kill you, even on accident.
Guarana contains both Theobromine and Caffeine.
Heimia Salicifolia aka “Sun Opener” has the ability to turn your vision yellow when you drink it in a tea.
Henbane is poisonous and some people smoke it.
Iboga contains Ibogaine which has in recent times been used to cure Heroine and other opiate addictions. It could also be useful for cigarette smokers and methamphetamine users.
Inebriating Mint is used as a sedative and light hallucinogen in Turkey and a few other places.
Kava Kava has the same descriptive qualities as marijuana (Sedative/Euphoriant), but it is not the same when you take it, they are different. Mixing them together gives them Synergy though.Kava will make your moth numb and does not taste awesome.
Kratom is a sedative or a stimulant depending how much you take, and people chew it or make it into a tea.
lycopodium complanatum has been used by natives as a stimulant.
lycopodium selago causes a “mild narcotic hypnosis” at low doses and coma at high doses.
Mandrake root is poisonous and has historically been used in tons of potions and stuff. It was the plant that had a crying baby as a root in Harry Potter. The roots actually do look like people sometimes and historically they have been involved in all kinds of crazy stuff.
Morning Glory Seeds contain LSA which is a cousin of LSD.
Myelobia Smerintha Moths are said to be able to give you dreams when eaten, and the Aztecs claimed a moth as their underworld God, so someone should see what is in those ones.
the Nightmare fish is known to cause terrible nightmares. It could be kyphosus vaigiensis or kyphosus fuseus.
Osteophloeum Platyspermum is used in Ecuador for it’s hallucinogenic properties.
Peyote is known to contain Mescaline.
Psilosybe mushrooms (usually Psilosybe Cubensis) are known as “Magic Mushrooms” commonly.
Puffballs are the mushrooms genuses: Lycoperdon, Bovista and Calvatia and have been known to cause Auditory Hallucinations.
Qat aka Khat is eaten in the middle east, it is used commonly like coffee, but is more like Amphetamine.
San Pedro is similar to Peyote.
Scirpus has traditionally been used as a Hallucinogen in Mexico, but it’s effects have not been studied.
Scotch Broom supposedly has hallucinogenic seeds, and leaves that when smoked, make colors seem more vibrant.
Syrian Rue contains MAOIs which shut off parts of your immune system, allowing certain plants to take stronger effect (ex: used in Ayahuasca to make DMT orally effective) but it will also make Chocolate, Alcohol and Cheese poisonous during the duration of its effect on you because you can not break them down properly. This is called the “Cheese Syndrome” or “Cheese Effect”
Tree Tobacco is much like Tobacco but contains nicotine and other things, and it grows in South America.
Wild Lettuce (all lettuce actually, but this one has the most) contains opiates, not the same at the opiates in opium, but they hit the same receptors in the brain. It used to be called “Poor man’s opium”, and it probably grows in your yard.
Virola is known to contain DMT and other things.
Yohimbe bark is used as an Aphrodisiac and Stimulant for both men and women.
Yopo contains 5-HO-DMT which is mixed with Edible Lime and blown into people’s noses in south America.
Uziza: Contains Caryophyllene, which is also in Cannabis and works similar to Cannabinoids.
Syrian Oregano & Thyme: Both of these contain Thymol, which is related to Propofol, which is the stuff that Michael Jackson was using to sleep. Thymol does not act like Propofol only because it is broken down in the stomach and liver.
Betel Leaf and Nut: Contains Chavicol, the leaves and nut are chewed like tobacco all over the world, and drops of extract can be added to a cigarette or joint for a stimulant effect.
Dragon’s Head (Dracocephelums): Sedative Effect
Wool Grass: Root mass is used as an Entheogen
Sun Opener: Used as part of a Mixture in Mexico by Natives. It has effects of its own, but they are hard to pin point. Maybe a skeletal muscle relaxant, it has a weird hangover.
Coleus: Used by the same tribe that invented Salvia, it is a Sedative but has not been studied much.
Hops: Contain Myrcene, which works as a light Opiod Analgesic.
Indian Bay Leaves: Contains Caryophyllene
Uncaria Rhynchophylla: Has effects on the NMDA receptor.
Ylang Ylang: Contains Caryophyllene and other Terpenes.
Tecoma Stans: Works in some cats like Catnip. Could have effects in humans.
Tartarian Honey Suckle Bark: Works like Catnip in some cats. Could have effects in humans.
Cigarette Tobacco/Nicotiana Tobaccum: Used for dreaming by Native Americans, not used to Relax or Stimulate.
Jasmine Tobacco: A Species of Tobacco whose flowers smell like Jasmine
Bitter Calea: Used to promote dreaming.
Graviola: 5HT1a Agonist
Senegalia greggii: Native to Texas to California and in Sonora Mexico, the extract has stimulant effects
Here are some others
Adrenorphin (Cow Brain)
Deltorphin (Waxy Leaf Frog)
Dermorphin (Waxy Leaf Frog)
Salvia Divinorum (Illegal in some places, also very active on other receptors)
Nigella Sativa Seed
Chocolate (Reports say that Chocolate makes other Opiods stronger)
Yellow Horned Poppy
Spinorphin (Cow Spine)
D-Phenylalanine (Enkephalinas Inhibitor)
Marijuana (CBD is an Opiod)
January 13, 2018 at 4:15 am #629
- This topic was modified 5 months, 1 week ago by shaivi5_wp.
Plants considered Sacred to Shiva:
Marijuana, Golden Apples (Bael fruit), Ashoka Trees, Peepal Trees, Banyan Trees, Coconut Trees, Red Sandalwood Trees, Kesara Trees & Champaka Trees.
Concepts to Know
Rudraksha beads are considered sacred to Shiva.
Mercury (Parad) is considered sacred to Shiva.
Venus = ♀
Mars = ♂
Saturn = Saturday = Lead
Sun = Sunday = Gold
Moon = Monday = Silver
Mars = Tuesday = Iron
Mercury = Wednesday = Mercury
Jupiter = Thursday = Tin
Venus = Friday = Copper
Ashtadhatu is a mixture of all metals.
Crown = Violet = Clear Quartz
Third Eye = Indigo = Amethyst
Throat = Blue = Sodalite
Heart = Green = Rose Quartz
Solar Plexus = Yellow = Citrine
Sacral = Orange = Carnelian
Root = Red = Hematite
Shiva/Rudra = Marijuana/Rudraksha = Shiva Lingum
Kali = Datura = Crematorium
The Earth goes around the Sun, as we all know, and as the Earth goes around the Sun the Sun actually seems to move across the Horizon and it passes through those Constellations. Every day the Sun comes up in a slightly different spot than the day before, and in 365 days it goes back to the original spot. This is how Egyptians and Mayans had such great Calendars, they just made a wall to act as a fake Horizon for the Sun, then they would mark a line on the wall where the Sun rose, and at the end of the year they had 365 marks. And as the Sun seems to move around the Earth throughout the year, it passes through different Stars, and these Stars became the Constellations.
Aries, the Ram=April=Amethyst
Taurus, the Bull=May=Agate
Gemini, the Twins=June=Beryl
Cancer, the Crab=July=Emerald
Leo, the Lion=August=Ruby
Virgo, the Virgin=September=Jasper
Libra, the Balance=October=Diamond
Scorpio, the Scorpion=November=Topaz
Sagittarius, the Archer=December=Carbuncle
Capricorn, the Goat=January=Onyx Chalcedony
Aquarius, the Waterbearer=February=Sapphire
Pisces, the Fishes=March =Chrysolite
The Ogdoad can be found as a theme throughout most modern religions and some ancient Religions. An example of this is ancient Egypt. In the picture above you can see that the Sun has been placed in a boat, this is known as the Solar boat and it is thought to be part of the force that moves the Sun and the Moon across the sky. But if you look in the Solar boat you will see more Gods than just the Sun and moon, this is because the Egyptians noticed the Planets in the sky and called them Gods, just like the Sun is a God. This religion can be found in Ancient Egypt, Ancient Sumeria, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome and Modern India/Hinduism.
Then there was Horus who represented the Horizon, but he was the planet Mars. They figured out the Cycle of Mars just like the Sun, and they also had the Moon’s Cycles (And Moon Cycles give the lengths of our Months) and the Cycles of various planets. Even the Jewish Nomads knew about some of the Planets, they called Mars ‘The Blushing One’. And in Christianity the 7 known planets of the time can be found in the Ancient Greek Christian Gnostic idea of The 7 Heavens which represented the Bodies in the Heavens the Heavenly Bodies or Planets. Some people like to say “They Planets were named after the Gods, the Gods weren’t named after the planets” but that would only be true if Greece and Rome discovered the planets independently, but Greece found them first and gave them to Rome. And Egypt and Sumeria actually found them first. The 7 Heavenly bodies can still be found in our days of the week “Sun day” for the Sun, “Mon Day” for the Moon, etc. And the spoked wheel spread with this knowledge, an the spokes and their function are themselves a symbol of this.
A lot of people see statues of Zeus now a days and think that Ancient people thought Zeus threw lightning bolts at them, but before people knew about Gravity and the Atmosphere, they thought the Planets controlled the weather and it was specifically thought that Jupiter (Zeus) controlled the Lightning.
Many plants used to be thought to have a cycle based on the Planets and not the sun, and in the modern ‘Old Farmer’s Almanac’ every year they publish the planetary crop planting cycle. And the history of Machines and Gears actually comes from the measuring of the sky on boats, and people making mechanical navigation devices. So Machines come from this also.
In Dream Yoga the Dream world is seen as a place where you can gain enlightenment, and the goal of Dream Yoga is to make massive progress in your dreams.It is similar to regular Yoga and is based on some of the same ideas. For example “Sadhana” which is Spiritual Progress, which is the base word of “Sadhu”, which is a Shaivite Priest.
When you read most Lucid Dream Guides, they will usually just get you to the Point of Lucid Dreaming. Much of it is focused on the WILD, MILD, DILD, WBTB, etc etc. Techniques. But often times people do not make suggestions past that, except maybe to Fly or Meditate or use Jedi powers. But in Tibetan Dream Yoga “Realize You are Dreaming” is step 1. Not the last step like in usual guides, that is the first step in Dream Yoga.
The next goal in Dream Yoga is to eliminate any fears while dreaming. So once you “Realize you are in a dream” you have to actually “Realize you are not in the real world” so you have no restrictions. Breathe underwater, Put out fire with your hands, Jump off a cliff, Find a snake or anything else you may be afraid of or think can harm you.
Then once you are aware that you are not in the real world, the goal is to contemplate the real world and how it is similar in how time passes and things happen, etc. Meditate on reality while you are in your dream.
You can always go back to thinking about reality and interchange between different goals, but the next goal is to take control of the dream world. Playing with the Physics instead of just living within them. Not just making yourself fly, but making a tree carry you to the clouds. Or changing the weather or moving the Sun, Moon and Stars. Or Shrinking a mountain. Also try making things completely different, for example turning a Fish into a Dog, or turning a Tree into a Person.
Then, you have to realize that in the dream you are not a constant object. You can also change in the dream to become other things.
Then from there, the goal is to contact different entities in the dream and travel to different places with them or through them. These worlds are known as “Loka” in the ancient Sanskrit Language and are also talked about in Hindu tradition. The Entities you are supposed to seek are known as “Yidam” and can also be found in Buddhist Yoga.
Comparing your dreams to reality is a must in Dream Yoga so writing down your dreams is probably a good way to start doing that. Also thinking about your dreams while you Meditate is a good opposite technique to Meditating on Reality while you are dreaming.
A Ritual used in Tibetan Dream Yoga is known as the “RAOM GAOM” Mantra, where you say “RRRAAAOOOMMMM” and “GGGGAAAOOOMMM” with special emphasis on the “O”. This is meant to help you remember your dreams if you do it when you wake up.
This is the Dream Yoga technique for inducing Dreams. The Symbol below is the Tibetan Syllable that sounds like “Ah”. If you imagine this symbol in the middle of your chest, and think “Ahhhhhhh” in your head. It will help you go into a Vivid or Lucid dream.
The Calendar is 52 Weeks, a Card Deck is 52 Cards. The Deck of Cards that we all know today comes from Tarot Cards. Spades is Swords, Clubs is Wands, Diamonds is Pentagrams/Coins, and Hearts is Chalices. There are 52 Cards in a Deck, and 52 Weeks in a year. There are 4 Suits, and there are 4 Seasons. Knowing this you can begin to see how Systems were created for Predicting things using Cards.
Each of the 4 Seasons has been associated with a Direction, a Lunar Pattern, a Solar Pattern and a Color; The Seasons are also associated with the Birth Signs (Capricorn, Aquarius, Leo, Libra, Pieces, etc). This is what is used in Cultures all over the world, it is also in the Native American Medicine Wheel. And in the Chinese Calendar, as well as other Calendars, the Years are associated with Animals. In the Chinese Animals Calendar you can begin to see the larger Cycles of time, that are forgotten in the modern day to day, year to year thinking.
Panchaloha (Sanskrit Devanagari: पञ्चलोह; Tamil: பஞ்சலோகம், ஐம்பொன்(aimpon); IAST: pañcaloha; Tibetan: ལྕགས་རིགས་སྣ་ལྔ, Wylie: lcags rigs sna lnga) (also called Panchaloham, Panchdhatu – literally, “five metals”) is a term for traditional five-metal alloys of sacred significance used for making Hindu temple idols (Murti). Making Panchaloha images was a well kept secret for a long time and their color changing properties added to their mysticism.
The composition is laid down in the Shilpa shastras, an ancient Sanskrit text on idol making. It is traditionally described as an alloy of gold(Au), silver(Ag), copper(Cu), iron(Fe) and lead(Pb) as the major constituent. Instead of lead, some use tin (Sn) or zinc (Zn). It is widely believed that wearing jewellery made of Panchaloha / Panchdhatu brings balance in life, self-confidence, good health, fortune, prosperity, and peace of mind.
In some traditions, particularly Tibetan, it was considered auspicious to use thokcha, meteorite iron; either as a component of the alloy in general, or for a specific object or purpose. The amount used could vary, depending upon the material’s availability and suitability, among other considerations. A small, largely symbolic quantity of “sky-iron” might be added, or it might be included as a significant part of the alloy-recipe.
Practical compositions are Cu, Au, Ag, Pb and Zn; Cu, Ag, Pb, Fe and Sn; and Sn, Cu, Fe, Pb, and brass. Because of the cost, gold and silver are now omitted from the manufacture of general-purpose icons, where copper, brass, and lead in the ratio 29:2:1 are used.
In Hinduism, a murti (Devanagari: मूर्ति), or murthi, or vigraha or pratima typically refers to an image that expresses a Divine Spirit (murta). Meaning literally “embodiment”, a murti is a representation of a divinity, made usually of stone, wood, or metal, which serves as a means through which a divinity may be worshiped. Hindus consider a murti worthy of serving as a focus of divine worship only after the divine is invoked in it for the purpose of offering worship. The depiction of the divinity must reflect the gestures and proportions outlined in religious tradition.
A murti is a means of communication with the god or Brahman in Hinduism. Murti is a Sanskrit term which is meant to point to the transcendent “otherness” of the divine; therefore the word “murti” cannot be substituted with or translated as statue or idol without losing the underlying concept’s inherent meaning and taking on unrelated connotations.January 13, 2018 at 4:16 am #630
Abraxas. For this name the Greek table is used. Abraxas in Greek is Ἀβραξας. Α = 1, β = 2, ρ = 100, α = 1, ξ =60, α = 1, ς = 200, the sum being 365, the number of days in the year. This number furnishes the key to the mystery of Abraxas, who is symbolic of the 365 Æons, or Spirits of the Days, gathered together in one composite personality. Abraxas is symbolic of five creatures, and as the circle of the year actually consists of 360 degrees, each of the emanating deities is one-fifth of this power, or 72, one of the most sacred numbers in the Old Testament of the Jewish people and in their Qabbalistic system.
One of the most popular of magical devices was the amulet, worn upon the person or attached to objects and animals (the Hebrew word for amulet, kame‘a, has the root meaning “to bind”) . Even in our supposedly non-superstitious age the good-luck charm is still quite familiar, apologetically displayed on watch-chain, or carried furtively in the recesses of pockets and purses—the rabbit’s foot, the horseshoe, lucky coins, rings engraved with Chinese or Hebrew letters, animal molars. How much more common, then, are such objects in societies which unashamedly and openly accept them for what they are, whether in the less sophisticated regions of our contemporary world, or in the medieval and ancient worlds, which did not for a moment doubt their efficacy! As a matter of fact, it has been suggested that all ornaments worn on the person were originally amulets.
A familiar characteristic of magic is the injunction to do things in reverse, to walk backward, to put one’s clothing on backward, to throw things behind one’s back. The same principle applies in incantations, and Talmudic and medieval Jewish charms amply illustrate its operation. Biblical quotations were often recited both forward and backward, mystical names were reversed; sometimes the words were actually written backward as they were to be uttered, so that it requires considerable mental agility not to be taken in by the unnatural rendering. Phrases that are capable of being read alike in either direction were especially highly prized. The purpose was to capitalize the mystery of the bizarre and unfamiliar, and the power that is associated with the ability to reverse the natural order of things.
One type of incantation whose power derived from its form rather than its content was especially suited to dispel demons. Its Jewish archetype is found in the Talmudic spell against the demon Shabriri, which runs:
As Rashi explained its effect, “The demon shrinks and finally vanishes as he hears his name decreasing letter by letter.
The greatest feat to which the magician aspired was that of creation. Discussing this subject in the pages of the Talmud, R. Papa observed that the creative power of magic covered only gross and massive objects and creatures, such as the camel, but not fine and delicate things, and R. Eliezer maintained that the demons, to whom the magician owes this power, can create nothing smaller than a barley-corn. This was the standard limitation imposed on sorcerers by medieval writers, though, as the Gemara explained: “The demons cannot actually create even large beings, but merely assemble already created but unused primeval matter.” Thus the ultimate act of genesis was reserved for God alone. It was nowhere suggested that human life could be created by ordinary magical means.
But the Talmud recognized also a second method of creation, which required the application of the “Laws of Creation,” probably an oral collection of mystical traditions relating to the original creation of the universe. The kind of magic comprised in these “Laws of Creation” was the only one that was “permitted ab initio.” By means of it, “if the righteous so desired they could create a universe. Raba created a man and sent him to R. Zeira, who conversed with him but he could not answer; so he exclaimed, ‘You are created by magic, return to your dust!’ Rabbis Ḥanina and Oshaya used to sit every Friday and occupy themselves with the Book [read: Laws] of Creation and create a three-year-old calf which they ate.” For a description of this method we must rely on the tradition preserved by the commentators; Rashi wrote, “They used to combine the letters of the Name by which the universe was created; this is not to be considered forbidden magic, for the works of God were brought into being through His holy Name.” The Talmudic Laws of Creation (unrelated to the later mystical Book of Creation) appear, then, to have been an exposition of the familiar name-magic, the foremost constituent of medieval Jewish practice, but in consonance with the difficulty and the prodigiousness of its object, a very exalted and esoteric department. Medieval Jews, like their Christian contemporaries, were avid of the power to create human life, and believed implicitly in man’s ability to do so. William of Auvergne (thirteenth century) wrote, “Men have tried to produce, and thought that they succeeded in producing human life in other ways than by the usual generative process,” but the methods pursued by non-Jews were less subtle than the one proposed by the Talmud. For example, a fourteenth-century Christian writer cited the Arab Rasis (tenth century) on generating a human being by putting an unnamed substance in a vase filled with horse manure, for three days.
The thirteenth-century German Ḥasidim (Pietists and Mystics) were especially intrigued by this problem. From them comes the use of the word golem (literally, shapeless or lifeless matter) to designate a homunculus created by the magical invocation of names.
The image was to be made of “virgin soil, from a mountainous place where no man has ever dug before,” and the incantation, which comprised “the alphabets of the 221 gates,” must be recited over every single organ individually. A further detail, often noted, was the incision upon the forehead of the name of God, or of the word emet (“truth”). The destruction of this creature was effected by removing that name, by erasing the initial letter of emet, leaving met (“dead”), or by reversing the creative combinations, for, as R. Jacob b. Shalom, who came to Barcelona from Germany in 1325, remarked, the law of destruction is nothing more than a reversal of the law of creation.
The 72 names of God
January 13, 2018 at 4:20 am #631
In Hinduism, yajña (Sanskrit: यज्ञ; IAST: yajña) is a ritual of offerings accompanied by chanting of Vedic mantras derived from the practice in the historical Vedic religion. Yajna is an ancient ritual of offering and sublimating the havana sámagri “herbal preparations” in the fire.
Vedi is the term for “sacrificial altar” in the Vedic religion. Such altars were an elevated enclosure, generally strewed with Kusha grass, and having receptacles for the sacrificial fire; it was of various shapes, but usually narrow in the middle.
mahavedi, the great or entire altar
uttaravedi, the northern altar made for the sacred fire (agnyayatana)
dhishnya, a sort of subordinate or side-altar, generally a heap of earth covered with sand on which the fire is placed
drona, an altar shaped like a trough
adhvaradhishnya, a second altar at the Soma sacrifice
Homa (also known as homam or havan) is a Sanskrit word (Sanskrit: हवन) which refers to any ritual in which making offerings into a consecrated fire is the primary action. Its practice by “Rishis” in ancient time refers close to the Vedic era. At present, the words homa/homam and havan are interchangeable with the word Yajna & Agnihotra.
26 “Make the tabernacle with ten curtains of finely twisted linen and blue, purple and scarlet yarn, with cherubim woven into them by a skilled worker. 2 All the curtains are to be the same size—twenty-eight cubits long and four cubits wide.[a] 3 Join five of the curtains together, and do the same with the other five. 4 Make loops of blue material along the edge of the end curtain in one set, and do the same with the end curtain in the other set. 5 Make fifty loops on one curtain and fifty loops on the end curtain of the other set, with the loops opposite each other. 6 Then make fifty gold clasps and use them to fasten the curtains together so that the tabernacle is a unit.
7 “Make curtains of goat hair for the tent over the tabernacle—eleven altogether. 8 All eleven curtains are to be the same size—thirty cubits long and four cubits wide.9 Join five of the curtains together into one set and the other six into another set. Fold the sixth curtain double at the front of the tent. 10 Make fifty loops along the edge of the end curtain in one set and also along the edge of the end curtain in the other set. 11 Then make fifty bronze clasps and put them in the loops to fasten the tent together as a unit. 12 As for the additional length of the tent curtains, the half curtain that is left over is to hang down at the rear of the tabernacle. 13 The tent curtains will be a cubit[c] longer on both sides; what is left will hang over the sides of the tabernacle so as to cover it. 14 Make for the tent a covering of ram skins dyed red, and over that a covering of the other durable leather.[d]
15 “Make upright frames of acacia wood for the tabernacle. 16 Each frame is to be ten cubits long and a cubit and a half wide,[e] 17 with two projections set parallel to each other. Make all the frames of the tabernacle in this way. 18 Make twenty frames for the south side of the tabernacle 19 and make forty silver bases to go under them—two bases for each frame, one under each projection. 20 For the other side, the north side of the tabernacle, make twenty frames 21 and forty silver bases—two under each frame. 22 Make six frames for the far end, that is, the west end of the tabernacle, 23 and make two frames for the corners at the far end. 24 At these two corners they must be double from the bottom all the way to the top and fitted into a single ring; both shall be like that. 25 So there will be eight frames and sixteen silver bases—two under each frame.
26 “Also make crossbars of acacia wood: five for the frames on one side of the tabernacle, 27 five for those on the other side, and five for the frames on the west, at the far end of the tabernacle. 28 The center crossbar is to extend from end to end at the middle of the frames. 29 Overlay the frames with gold and make gold rings to hold the crossbars. Also overlay the crossbars with gold.
30 “Set up the tabernacle according to the plan shown you on the mountain.
31 “Make a curtain of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen, with cherubim woven into it by a skilled worker. 32 Hang it with gold hooks on four posts of acacia wood overlaid with gold and standing on four silver bases. 33 Hang the curtain from the clasps and place the ark of the covenant law behind the curtain. The curtain will separate the Holy Place from the Most Holy Place. 34 Put the atonement cover on the ark of the covenant law in the Most Holy Place. 35 Place the table outside the curtain on the north side of the tabernacle and put the lampstand opposite it on the south side.
36 “For the entrance to the tent make a curtain of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen—the work of an embroiderer. 37 Make gold hooks for this curtain and five posts of acacia wood overlaid with gold. And cast five bronze bases for them.
This is how the Freemasons do it, and this is how we will be doing it. First, once we have a Public Location (The Shaivite Temple is already a Non-Profit in Colorado), anyone can come in, and ask questions. And the way the Freemasons used to do it is that you would send them a letter requesting an invitation, but you can call now. So once you request an invitation, you will come to a meal that we will have scheduled there every weekend and you will meet everyone at the Temple. Then, you will start a Petition to become a full fledged member of the Temple, you can get a basic ID card before that though.
So once you get the Petition signed, we will go to meet your Wife/Husband, Roommates, or Family or whoever you live with, and we will talk to them about what we are, and then after that you will be a Full Member.January 13, 2018 at 4:24 am #632
The Egyptian Tree of Life is identified as an actual Tree, and if you read the Christian Bible, Moses uses the Egyptian Tree of Life (The Acacia Tree) to build the Tabernacle, which is the tent where the Christian God was said to live on Earth, Moses’ Altar was also made from this tree. And the Christians talk about the Tree of Life and Tree of Knowledge in the Garden of Eden story.
The Acacia tree is the Tree of Life. If you are in Australia reading this, I am talking about the Wattle Tree. The Wattle Tree is the Tree of Life.
There are species of Acacia tree all over the world, and they have been around for 20,000,000 years. Acacia Trees show us that at one point some parts of the planet were a lot hotter, or even on fire, because it emits a gas that allows it to not catch fire. This is why Historians think Moses met God through a burning Acacia bush because an Acacia tree next to a heat vent would not burn away, but it would have gas burning around it and some leaves and bark vaporized to fill the cave with DMT and 5-MeO-DMT, which explains Moses’ experience. That is what some Historians say probably happened.
The Acacia Tree in Africa has evolved to live in Harmony with Ants, it actually lets out little drops of nectar/sap that the Ants can eat and use to feed their young, then the Ants protect the Tree from Termites and other invasive species.
The Acacia Trees in Texas has spikes as long as your finger.
The Acacia Tree is also thought to be the Tree that Jesus’ crown was made of. Since it has massive spikes.
Lab Equipment that will be involved in Initiation Ceremonies
Glass Extraction Tube
150 Micron Screens
Silicon Deep Dish
Chemical Resistant Gloves
800x Digital Microscope
Glass Stir Rod
Vacuum Purge System
Stands and Clamps for Glassware
(.001g) mg Scale
Fritted Glass Funnel
Plastic tub for Ice Bath
Plastic tub for Hot Water Bath
Small Silicon Jars (2ml)
Closed Loop Extractor
Internal Steam Distillation Apparatus
Everyone should write letters to Dead people, to tell them about Dreams you had.
The Ancient Symbol for Pharmacy
The Medical Applications of Electric Currents
Transcranial Direct Stimulation (tCDS) This is where currents are sent to the head through the skull to change brainwaves
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) This is where magnets are used to change brainwaves
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) This is where currents are sent through the skin to stimulate nerves
Electroencephalography (EEG) can also be used in order to perfect the art of stimulating specific parts of the brain by using tDCS/TMS/TENS and then using EEG to pin point what is happening and repeat that in other people.
Electric Currents can even induce Lucid Dreaming
Dreams are meant to be used to bring the Future and the Past together. Ancestors and Inventions come together in one place where they both exist, even though neither of them exist while you are awake.
Ancient people did not say “Left” and “Right” for directions, because those don’t really make sense in the big picture, they would say “East” or “West” or “North” or “South”, or whatever it was in their language. This was how most ancient cultures were, people were much more united. This is also how the Dream world was viewed. It wasn’t viewed as “My dream” in “My head”, it was considered to be a place shared by all people and in some cultures the dream world was identified as the Spirit world.
Once you are able to Lucid Dream regularly and feel as if you have a handle on it, try to find someone else who is good at Lucid Dreaming and take a Dream Herb or an Ubulawu mixture or Hottentot tea, and see if you can have the same dream. Once more people are saying “Our dream” instead of “My dream” when they wake up, the better off the world will be.
Then, once you are good at group Dreaming, try to bring that space into reality using Ayahuasca. Ayahuasca can allow you to access the Spirit world while you are awake.
The Stone that is said to be associated with Dreaming is Amethyst
The Ancient Science of Nano Medicine
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Hindu Ayurveda and Chinese Medicine, both of which contain various combinations of Oils and Extracts, as well as the extraction processes themselves. Many modern Lotions things like Deodorant Sticks and similar products were originally Religious Products. For example, both Hindu Aryuveda and Chinese Medicine are Eastern, but in the Western Tradition of Christianity, Jesus is known as “Christ”, which means “The Anointed One”; meaning he was Anointed in the proper Oils in a Ritual manner (Theurgy). Other examples within Hinduism include the creation of Incense, and Hindu Metals (Allurgy). Different Metals are combined in different ways considered sacred, for example Parad (the Metal form of Mercury) is Holy to the God Shiva. Sometimes the mixtures are meant to change colors over time, an example of how this would work is the same way the Statue of Liberty turned Green. And Pigments can be created by mixing Calcium Hydroxide with different plants and dyes. And the Sacred Soma, described in the most Ancient Holy Hindu Book, the Rig Veda. Is described in a process where Milk and a Wool Sieve are used to extract from the plant, the Soma drink. And today in India, this process with the Wool Sieve is used with Marijuana and is extracted into Milk. Marijuana us considered to be the Soma by most Hindus today.
Christian Monks at one time called Yeast “God-is-Good” and have Brewed Wine and Beer for Centuries. Christianity is the First Religion which kept Yeast, most other ceremonies involved using the Natural Yeast on Grapes or in Palms, etc, but Christians kept and Bred Yeast Strains. You can still get Trappist Yeast, and it has a Plumb Flavor. There is also Hefe Yeast, which has a Banana Flavor. Christian Chemistry also involved the Royal Purple and Crimson, which comes from the Phoenicians who created the Colors from Glands collected from Conch shells. And they would heat the Purple Gland Dye to turn it either Blue or Crimson, but it was naturally Purple. The Phoenicians also created Clear Glass, and Stained Glass Windows are now a big part of Christian Aesthetics. Christians also create Incense, and wave it in a globe, and consider Frankincense and Myhr to be Holy.
Ayahuasca preparations from plants containing DMT and MAOIs are used in American Religious Ceremonies that come from the Amazon, this Church in America is known as the Santo Diame Church. The people in the Amazon say that the plants taught them how to make the Combination, and Western Science was not aware of MAOIs, and was convinced that DMT was an inactive substance because it is not active orally, until extensive research was done on the plants that are added to Ayahuasca Brews. Which revealed a series of Tryptamines and Carbolines, some of which had never been seen before in Western Science and most of which were not completely understood. Harmaline was at one time called Telepathine. And the people in the Amazon say that the plants taught them how to create the mixture.
Amanita Muscaria Mushrooms, the Red Mushrooms with the White spots, contain Muscimol and Ibotenic Acid. Ibotenic Acid can cause side effects, so, the Chukchi people who use the Mushroom as a Sacrament, wait for Reindeer to eat them, and they go through the Deer’s system, where the Ibotenic Acid is Decarboxylized into Muscimol. The Chukchi people collect the Urine, and drink the stronger Muscimol.
Yopo preparation from plant seeds or Toad venom containing 5-OH-DMT, which can make your blood vessels hurt, but the Tribes use Edible Lime (Calcium Hydroxide). This alters the Molecule slightly, allowing for it to be used as a Religious Sacrament in smoked or snuff form.
The South American Kambo Frog, the Waxy Monkey Leaf Frog, contains a venom in its sweat which contains Opioids. The Tribes capture the frog, string it up by its hands and feet like a canvas, then they poke it with a stick to make it sweat, then they use a split branch as a wedge to collect sweat from the frog’s skin. A small burn is then applied to the skin, and the dried frog sweat is applied to the burn like an injection, and the scars are seen as a Status Symbol.
Ubulawu is a mixture of plants used by the Xhosa people, and in the Yoruba Religion for Dream Ceremonies. It contains Silene Capensis, which may have links to Early Homo Sapien development. The Yoruba Religion also includes the use of Iboga, as well as various other Medicinal plants.
Perfume Making in Ancient Egypt and Turkey were Religious processes, and in Turkey Perfumes are still made from the same Species of Rose. In Ancient Egypt substances like Naphtha were used in the creation of Religious Art, and Cinnamaldehyde was use like Formaldehyde in Embalming. And in Ancient Egypt they would mix White Lotus in Wine, allow the Wine to draw out the Aporphine, giving the Wine a Warm effect.
In Ancient Greece, Western Medicine was invented in the Temples to the God Aesclapius, the God with the Snake Rod. In these Temples they would pray to Gods and ask for Dreams, and answers. Patients would be given Poppies to sleep, and Dogs were allowed to lick their wounds, while Aeslapius snakes were allowed to crawl on them. If Dreams could not answer the problem, surgery would be preformed while the Patient could not feel pain because of the Poppies. There is a book called “Sacred Tales” in which a Roman went to one of these Hospitals on a Pilgrimage, just when Pilgrimages for Healing became Popular, which is when Jesus came and was a Healer. And these Temples are where Modern Hospitals come from, and Originally stemmed from Temples to the Inventor and later God Imhotep in Ancient Egypt.
n, adj: dietary supplement that helps support certain brain functions, such as memory, mental speed, and focus.
There is a class of Chemicals known as Nootropics, or Smart Drugs; They are prescribed in many other Countries, but in the US they are just “Not FDA Approved”. It is hard to figure out what is what, so I am going to explain them in a way that makes it all a lot more simple. Everyone knows what Tryptophan is, Tryptophan is in Turkey, but not in high enough amounts to make you tired. You can get Tryptophan Powder, and you could even buy it by the Barrel on Alibaba, and it is a sleep aid better than Melatonin. Melatonin is another example of a Nootropic, but it has basically defined the laws for FDA non-approved remedies, and has not really been considered a Nootropic. But Melatonin is a sleep Regulator, Tryptophan is a sleep Aid.
Tryptophan is related to Tryptamine, with is in DMT, which many people have probably heard of. And Melatonin is related to Serotonin. Another example of something closely related to Serotonin is 5-HTP, which is 5-Hydroxytryptophan. Then there are Cholergenics. People have probably heard that Nicotine can induce Dreams, and that if you wear a Nicotine patch and aren’t a smoker, it can cause Dreams. Nicotine is Cholerginic. Choline is in Milk, it is in Eggs, it is in a lot of different things, and you can buy pure Choline Powder. But you can also get Alpha-GPC, because Choline mostly is destroyed by your Stomache acids, so Alpha-GPC is more bio-Available. Then, once you have Choline in your system, what it does is create Acetylcholine, which Regulates Thoughts and Dreams. So once you have the Choline, you can activate it. You can do that with Piracetam, or Phenylpiracitam, which cause your brain to use it’s Acetylcholine. You can also get Galantamine, which is an Acetylcholine Esterase Inhibitor. The way this works is similar to an SSRI, but for a completely different part of the brain. Acetylcholine Regulates Thought and Dreams. Acetylcholine Esterase is an Ezyme that breaks down any “extra” Acetylcholine your brain makes. And Acetylcholine Esterase Inhibitor, inhibits the action of the Acetylcholine Esterase, so that all Acetylcholine created is used and none is wasted.
Then there are things like Octopamine, which is in Bitter Orange Peel. It is similar to Caffeine, but is related to Adrenaline, so it is more natural. And there are other similar Nootropics. As well as things like GABA, which can help you relax or sleep. Then there is Modafinil which is a Prodrug of Provigil, and breaks down in the stomache to do the exact same thing. So when getting a Nootropic, you just have to figure out how it relates to Human Biochemistry, and maybe figure out what the plant equivalent is.January 13, 2018 at 4:57 am #636
Btw, the Temple will include ID cards, and as mentioned in an Earlier post: Initiations and Ceremonies. To be a full fledged member, every other Member will have to personally know you and members of you family. You can get an ID card before that though.
And we are suing the DEA to get exemption, as per their guidelines, as soon as they don’t respond to our petition long enough.
Here are the DEA guidelines, and worst case scenario we will just have to buy a bunch of land and use barbed wire and everything to get approved. But we will open the door for other Temples.
https://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/pubs/rfra_exempt012209.pdfJanuary 13, 2018 at 3:21 pm #639
Chemistry effects and can effect your brain in various ways, naturally as well as through consumption, etc. Recently there has been a Public interest in Brain health, but it often times does not get in to more detail than to eat certain foods, or to take supplements such as Fish Oil (Omega-3) or Vitamin D and other Vitamins. But there are many substances that can be taken in order to promote Brain health, as well as Chemical functions in your Brain, which you can specifically work to improve if you are aware of them.
Your Brain is full of Neurons (Brain Cells) which are connected by Dendrites (which are like Arms or Branches of the Neurons), and the Dendrites of various Neurons connect as Synapses (the point of connection between multiple Neuron’s Dendrites). The entire process is fueled Electrochemically. Electricity is a function of Chemistry (Lithium Batteries, Copper Wire, Potato/Lemon Light Bulbs, etc), and your Brain Function comes from Electrochemical signaling. These chemicals are called Neuropeptides. Neuropeptides effect your emotions, etc. and all of these things together (Neurons, Dendrites, Synapses & Neuropeptides) are what form memories, ideas, and everything your Brain does.
Research Papers explaining Neuropeptides
Research Papers about Neuropeptides as Drug Targets
Neuropeptides have actually also been found outside of the brain, in what is called the Gut-Brain Axis. So there are literally, Biologically, Gut Feelings. Here are some Papers about the Gut-Brain Axis
Research Papers about Neuropeptide GPCRs
Research Papers about β-peptides & γ-peptides
Research Papers about Peptidomimetics (Molecules that mimic peptides)
Research Papers about Neuropeptides and SRIF
Research Papers about Neuropeptides and Angiotensin
Research Papers about Neuropeptides and Endothelin
And important part of the Brain that went largely ignored until recently are the Glia, or Glial cells. Glia is the Greek word for Glue, and it was thought that these Cells simply acted as something like a Glue in the Brain holding everything together. Since it was discovered that these cells actually play a role in Brain function, they have been called “The Other Brain”, and Glial Cells actually play a role in Neuropeptide function.
Here are some Research Papers explaining Glial Cells, GDNF and Neuropeptides
Research Papers about Oligodendrocytes and Astrocytes
There are many receptors in the Brain, the most well known of which are the 5-HT receptors, or Serotonin receptors. Activating receptors in your brain can allow it to function better in various ways. An example of how to do this is with 5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan), which is very closely related to Serotonin (5-HT), and hits the 5-HT receptors.
Research Papers about 5-HT receptors
Research Papers about 5-HTP
And Serotonin receptors are not the only receptors in your brain. There are Cholerginic receptors which are effected by Nicotine, and GABA receptors which are effected by Benzos, etc. As well as various forms of Esterase, which eat extra Molecules before they get to your receptors and can be blocked to allow more to get to the receptors. Following are various Molecules that either hit a receptor, or block an Esterase.
Piracetam and Choline Combined
UbulawuJanuary 13, 2018 at 5:03 pm #643
Creating Derivatives of Natural Molecules
David E Nichols x-xAPB Phenethylamines
David E Nichols Bromo-DragonFLY type Phenethylamines
John W Huffman 3-Indolyl-1-naphthylmethane Cannabinoid series
John W Huffman Hybrid Cannabinoid Series
John W Huffman Pyridone Cannabinoid series
John W Huffman
1-Pentyl-3-phenylacetylindole Cannabinoid Series
John W Huffman 1-desoxy-CP-x series Cannabinoids
John W Huffman 2′-methoxy-phenylacetyl Cannabinoid Series
John W Huffman Indole Cannabinoids syntheses
John W Huffman Delta7-THC Cannabinoids syntheses
Sasha Shulgin 5-MeO-DMT Synthesis
THC and other Cannabinoid Syntheses
Syntheses of BAY-x series Cannabinoids, originally invented by Bayer
Ajulemic Acid Synthesis
FAAH Inhibitors/Endocannabinoid Re-uptake Inhibitors
GPR55 The 3rd Cannabinoid Receptor
Opioid Antagonists: Medicine for Heroine over-dose
Synthesis of a Benzodiazepine from Fructose
http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Cristina_Airoldi/publication/49829415_Sugar-Based_Enantiomeric_and_Conformationally_Constrained_Pyrrolo21-c14-Benzodiazepines_as_Potential_GABA%28A%29_Ligands/links/09e4150ac939e8da8e000000.pdf?disableCoverPage=trueJanuary 13, 2018 at 5:06 pm #645
The main person that sequenced DNA, is Craig Venter. When someone says “Humans are 99% similar to Chimps” he is the guy who mapped his Genome and compared it to a Chimp.
After discovering DNA, he went on to create “Synthetic DNA”, “Synthetic Life” and “Biological Teleportation”. While studying Yeast, he found that if you add some simple compounds (Amino Acids), the Yeast will actually use that to make new Chromosomes, New Genetic Material.
So from watching yeast, Craig Venter created a machine, this machine can take DNA and convert it into a computer code of 1’s and 0’s. So DNA is literally not much different than a computer code. The machine that does this is the “Digital Biological Converter”. Then that DNA can be send through the Cloud, and printed out in another Digital Biological Conveter. This is called “Biological Teleportation”.
They can also create DNA by using computer code, and use the Digital Biological Converter to insert that DNA in to an empty cell, and the cell acts like Hardware and the DNA acts like software. It does not matter what kind of cell you use, it will operate as if it is the cell of whatever DNA you put in. The DNA works like a disc and the Cell works like a computer to run the disk.
http://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/oct/13/craig-ventner-marsJanuary 13, 2018 at 5:08 pm #648
We have created a series of Backpacking Routes, which we suggest people go on, in order to create a Global Community that has actually met each other, and have been to each other’s home Coutnries
Texting with Wifi
Cusco to LAX
LAX to Delhi
Palakkad (also Parambikulam Tiger Reserve)
(Maybe Tokyo on the way to Guam)
Back to US, Colombia, India or Nepal
Unique Food Products
Cocao (Chocolate) Seeds
Yopo & Chacruna Seeds
Yopo & Chacruna Seeds
San Pedro/Peruvian Torch Cuttings & Seeds
Leather Products 真皮/zhēnpí (real)
Flavored or Exotic Alcohols
180 Days with extension
Leave then come back or 90 more
90 Days per visit
180 Days per year
15, 30, 90 Days
150 Days per year
72 Hours w/ no Visa
180 with extension
US Territory, no Visa neededJanuary 13, 2018 at 5:12 pm #649
Cross from Spain to Morocco by Boat
Cross from Tunisia to Italy (Trapani) by Boat
Turkey (Tasucu) to Lebanon (Tripoli) by Boat
Lebanon (Beirut) to Cyprus (Larnaca) by Plane
Cyprus (Larnaca) to Israel (Tel Aviv) by Plane
Sharm El Sheikh
Cairo (Maybe get a Visa for Sudan if needed)
Egypt (Aswan) to Sudan (Wadi Halfa) by Boat
From there, Train to Kartoum
Look for Unique Food Products and Musical Instruments Everywhere
Cocoa (Chocolate) Seeds
90 Days in any 180 Day period (including stays in other Schengen countries)
90 Days in any 180 Day period (including stays in other Schengen countries)
90 Days in any 180 Day period (including stays in other Schengen countries)
90 Days in any 180 Day period (including stays in other Schengen countries)
Have to talk to travel agency maybe apply at Embassy
90 Days in any 180 Day period (including stays in other Schengen countries)
Apply at Embassy
Apply at Embassy
Apply at Embassy or talk to Travel Agency and buy 30 Day Visa
Apply at Egyptian Ministry of the Interior for Residency VisaJanuary 13, 2018 at 5:15 pm #650
Fly to Colombo
Fly to Bhutan
Train to Southern India
Within the 3 month period from your first day, you can leave and come back for 30 more days
Must go through travel/tour agencyJanuary 13, 2018 at 5:18 pm #651
Ferry across Caspian Sea
Fly to Turkey
Fly to Egypt
30 Days + Letter of Invitation needed from Travel Agency
3-5 Days Transit visa
10 Days + Letter of Invitation needed from Travel Agency
1 Year no Visa
180 Days per Year no Visa
Precious MetalsJanuary 13, 2018 at 5:19 pm #652