Pining Reflection

Reflection

I Love U!

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I have come curiously close to the end, down
Beneath my self-indulgent pitiful hole,
Defeated, I concede and move closer
I may find comfort here.
I may find peace within the emptiness,
How pitiful.
It’s calling me…
And in my darkest moment, fetal and weeping
The moon tells me a secret, my confidant
As full and bright as I am
This light is not my own and
A million light reflections pass over me
The source is bright and endless
She resusitates the hopeless
Without her, we are lifeless satellites drifting
And as I pull my head out I am without one doubt
Don’t wanna stay down here surving my narcissism
I must crucify the ego before it’s far too late
I pray the light lifts me out
Before I pine away.
So crucify the ego, before it’s far too late
And leave behind this place so negative and blind and cynical
And you will come to find that we are all one mind
Capable of all that’s imagined and all conceivable
So let the light touch you and let the words spill through
Just let them pass right through bringing out our hope and reason
Before we pine away.
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Farewell No V Ember 2013 – 4 ever ! have a great day everyone…
Q

Reflection including Lyrics by Tool

 

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frum the album Lateralus `

above art by Alex Grey Visit his site here

Track List
The Grudge 0:00
Eon Blue Apocalypse 8:38
The Patient 9:41
Mantra 17:00
Schism 18:08
Parabol 24:56
Parabola 28:00
Ticks and Leeches 34:04
Lateralus 42:14
Disposition 51:38
Reflection 56:24
Triad 1:07:33
Faaip De Oiad 1:16:22

Sorry no Opium For Breakfast.

No V ember is burned an ovcer now, so move on!

move forward without hesitation this fine day…

be grateful ya are alive if ya like life

Peace – Out

Q

pond ripples 4 ever

If you merely wish for more,

what you’ll get the most of is frustration.

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Yet when you make use of what you have,

what you’ll get is real accomplishment.

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When you complain about your situation in life,

what you’ll get is a lot of destructive, depressing anger and resentment.

When you use your situation as a platform from which to move forward, what you’ll get is the life you choose.

Moving Forward without hesitation is a wise choice.

believe in ur self and believe in those u love and what they have to say, they too have a soul and heart, even in Werlds set apart. Sumtimez a Reblog is a better value fer da day as one watches the snow in the new old way, stay warm everyone 🙂 Q

Quarksire

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Quarked Over In Da Rockies!

Quarksire Quacks Bout Ripples!

Like Waves on the Seashore or even Ripples in ponds:)

like trees upon trees in Da’ forest:)

 even the fish ponds found in the sky that rise so high lol…anyhow really now….ripples in ponds? From a fortunate one to be alive after crashin’ so many times lol…still wonder bout the ripples though and throughout and the effect we might possibly have { gewd er bad} on others every day in our daily lives:)…in the real werld, or many other unexplainable worlds, from fantasy worlds, to imaginary werlds; how far can jest three werds go…welp ive seen 3 werds go roud  in a few short Years.

Those that have left a quandry of ripples upon my soul after departing, some deciesed and some alive…still have an impact quite often in my daily life and routines...i hear voices lol…no really now …when ever anything i…

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A to Z Gods Before Jesus

Great Mother of the Gods
From The Concise Columbia Encyclopedia
by Columbia University Press, and Wikipedia2

an cuz Demetri Says Spread da werd Q an i figured it was bout time to clear up a few facts bout the age of religions and the age of the werld…..so get it er not it is up to u…sure hope U do who ever U are: & remember that Dignity Truth Honor Integrity and Pride sumtimes are more important than all the Bullshit the Werld Can feed Ya from the time Ur Born:) I am getting very fed up with the Stories from so many different opposing forces that say “there is only one way” lol our way …follow us,,,give us money we need money lol..All started for me when i learnt once upon a time stories of horus and isis etc etc,,went from there,,,Read on and enjoy I do so hope , learn if ur not learnt, U’ll find over 100 links on this page within the text:)  take care Q 🙂

Sandro Botticelli + NASA (etc) via dimitri

Great Mother of the Gods, in ancient Middle Eastern religion (and later in Greece, Rome, and W Asia), mother goddess, the great symbol of the earth’s fertility. As the creative force in nature she was worshiped under many names, including Astarte (Syria), Ceres (Rome), Cybele (Phrygia), Demeter (Greece), Ishtar (Babylon), and Isis (Egypt). The later forms of her cult involved the worship of a male deity (her son or lover, e.g., Adonis, Osiris), whose death and resurrection symbolized the regenerative power of the earth.

Gaea Gaea, in Greek mythology, the earth; daughter of Chaos, mother and wife of both Uranus (the sky) and Pontus (the sea). She was mother, by Uranus, of the Cyclopes, the Titans, and others, and, by Pontus, of five sea deities. She helped cause the overthrow of Uranus by the Titans and was worshiped as the primal goddess, the mother of all things.




Adonis, in Greek mythology, beautiful youth loved by Aphrodite and Persephone. When he was killed by a boar, both goddesses claimed him. Zeus decreed that he spend half the year above the ground with Aphrodite, the other half in the underworld with Persephone. His death and resurrection, symbolic of the seasonal cycle, were celebrated at the festival Adonia.

Venus Aphrodite, in Greek mythology, goddess of love, beauty, and fertility. She was either the daughter of Zeus and Dione, or she emerged from the sea foam. Married to Hephaestus, she loved and had children by other gods and mortals, e.g., Harmonia was fathered by Ares, and Aeneas was the son of Anchises. Aphrodite was awarded the apple of discord by Paris, leading to the Trojan War. Probably of Eastern origin, she was similar in attributes to the goddesses Astarte and Ishtar. The Romans identified her with Venus.

Sol Apollo, in Greek mythology, one of the most important Olympian gods; son of Zeus and Leto, twin brother of Artemis. He was concerned with prophecy, medicine (he was the father of Asclepius), music and poetry (he was also the father of Orpheus and the patron of the Muses), and the pastoral arts. A moral god of high civilization, he was associated with law, philosophy, and the arts. He was widely known as a god of light, Phoebus Apollo; after the 5th cent. B.C. he was often identified with the sun god Helios. Apollo’s oracles had great authority; his chief shrine was at Delphi, where he was primarily a god of purification. In art he was portrayed as the perfection of youth and beauty. The most celebrated statue of him is the Apollo Belvedere, a marble copy of the original Greek bronze, now in the Vatican in Rome.

Ares, in Greek mythology, Olympian god of war; son of Zeus and Hera. The Romans identified him with Mars.

Artemis Artemis, in Greek mythology, goddess of the hunt. She was the daughter of Zeus and Leto and the twin sister of Apollo. Artemis is associated with chastity, marriage, children, wildlife, and, as a complement to the sun god Apollo, with the moon. The Romans identified her with Diana.

Astarte, Semitic goddess of fertility and love. Dominant in ancient Eastern religions, she was the most important goddess of the Phoenicians, corresponding to the Babylonian Ishtar and the Greek Aphrodite. See also Great Mother of the Gods.

Athena or Pallas Athena, in Greek mythology, one of the most important Olympian deities, sprung from the forehead of Zeus. She was the goddess of war and peace, a patron of arts and crafts, a guardian of cities (notably Athens), and the goddess of wisdom. Her most important temple was the Parthenon and her primary festival the Panathenaea. A virgin goddess, Athena is represented in art as a stately figure, armored, and wielding her breastplate, the aegis. The Romans identified her with Minerva.

Atlas, in Greek mythology, a Titan. After the defeat of the Titans by the Olympians, he was condemned to hold the sky upon his shoulders for all eternity.

vegetation Bacchus, in Greek and Roman religion, god of wine, vegetation, and fertility. His worship was celebrated in orgiastic rites such as the Bacchanalia.

caduceus, wing-topped staff, wound about by two snakes, carried by Hermes. In earlier cultures, notably the Babylonian, the intertwined snakes symbolized fertility, wisdom, and healing. The staff was carried by Greek officials and became a Roman symbol for truce and neutrality. Since the 16th cent. it has served as a symbol of medicine; it is the insignia of the medical branch of the U.S. army.

Ceres, in Roman mythology, goddess of grain; daughter of Saturn and Ops. Her worship involved fertility rites and rites for the dead, and her chief festival was the Cerealia. She was identified with the Greek Demeter.

Chaos, in Greek mythology, the vacant, unfathomable space from which everything arose. In the Olympian myth Gaea sprang from Chaos and became the mother of all things.

Cronus or Kronos, in Greek myth, the youngest Titan; son of Uranus andChaos, He led the Titans in a revolt against Uranus and ruled the world. By his sister Rhea, he fathered the great gods—Zeus, Poseidon, Demeter, Hera, Hades, and Hestia. Fated to be overthrown by one of his children, he tried unsuccessfully to destroy them. Zeus later led the Olympian gods in defeating him in a battle, described by Hesiod, called the Titanomachy. Cronus is equated with the Roman god Saturn.

Cybele, in ancient Asiatic religion, Great Mother of the Gods. The chief centers of her early worship were Phrygia and Lydia. In the 5th cent. B.C. her cult spread to Greece and later to Rome. She was primarily a nature goddess, responsible for maintaining and reproducing the wild things of the earth. leaf Her annual spring festival celebrated the death and resurrection of her beloved Attis, a vegetation god.

Cyclops plural of Cyclopes, in Greek mythology, immense one-eyed beings. According to Hesiod, they were smiths, sons of Uranus and Gaea, who gave Zeus the lightning bolts that helped him defeat Cronus. In Homer, they were a barbarous people, one of whom (Polyphemus) was encountered by Odysseus in his wanderings.

Delphi, town in Phocis, Greece, near the foot of Mt. Parnassus. It was the seat of the Delphic Oracle, the most famous and powerful oracle of ancient Greece. The oracle, which originated in the worship of an earth-goddess, possibly Gaea, was the principal shrine of Apollo. It was housed in a temple built in the 6th cent. B.C. The oracular messages were spoken by a priestess in a frenzied trance and interpreted by a priest, who usually spoke in verse. The oracle’s influence prevailed throughout Greece until Hellenistic times. Delphi was the meeting place of the Amphictyonic League and the site of the Pythian Games. It was later pillaged by the Romans, and the sanctuary fell into decay.

Demeter, in Greek mythology, goddess of harvest and fertility; daughter of Cronus and Rhea; mother of Persephone by Zeus. She and her daughter were the chief figures in the Eleusinian Mysteries, and her primary festival was the Athenian Thesmophoria. The Romans identified her with Ceres.

Luna Diana1, in Roman mythology, goddess of the moon, forests, animals, and women in childbirth. Both a virgin goddess and an earth goddess, she was identified with the Greek Artemis.

Dionysus, in Greek mythology, god of fertility and wine, later considered a patron of the arts. Probably of Thracian origin, Dionysus was one of the most important Greek gods and the subject of profuse and contradictory legends. He was thought to be the son of either Zeus and Persephone or of Zeus and Semele. Dionysus was attended by a carousing band of Satyrs, Maenads, and Nymphs. He taught humans viticulture but was capable of dreadful revenge upon those (e.g., Orpheus and Pentheus) who denied his divinity. His worship was characteristically drunken and orgiastic. The chief figure in the Orphic Mysteries and other cults, Dionysus had many festivals in his honor. From the music, singing, and dancing of the Greater Dionysia in Athens developed the dithyramb and, ultimately, Greek drama. The Romans identified him with Liber and Bacchus, who was more properly the wine god.

Wheaties

Eleusinian Mysteries, principal religious Mysteries of ancient Greece, held at Eleusis. The secret rites, which celebrated the abduction of Persephone and her return to her mother Demeter, symbolized the annual cycle of death and rebirth in nature, as well as the immortality of the soul. Dionysus was also much honored at the festival.

Eleusis, ancient city of Attica, Greece, NW of Athens. It was the seat of the Eleusinian Mysteries, dedicated to Demeter. The Eleusinian games were also held there.

Elysian fields or Elysium, in Greek mythology, happy otherworld in the west for heroes favored by the gods.

Furies or Erinyes, in Greek mythology, goddesses of vengeance. Born from the blood of Uranus, they punished wrongs committed against blood relatives regardless of the motivation, as in the case of Orestes. Named Megaera, Tisiphone, and Alecto, they were usually represented as crones with bats’ wings, dogs’ heads, and snakes for hair.

Hades, in Greek mythology, 1. The ruler of the underworld, commonly called Pluto. 2. The world of the dead, ruled by Pluto and Persephone. Guarded by Cerberus, it was either underground or in the far west, and was separated from the land of the living by five rivers. One of these was the Styx, across which the dead were ferried. Three judges decided the fate of souls; heroes went to the Elysian Fields, evildoers to Tartarus.

Hebe, in Greek religion, goddess of youth; daughter of Zeus and Hera and wife of Hercules.

Hecate, in Greek mythology, goddess of ghosts and witchcraft. An attendant of Persephone, she was a spirit of black magic, able to conjure up dreams and the spirits of the dead. She haunted graveyards and crossroads.

Sol Helios, in Greek mythology, the sun god; son of the Titans Hyperion and Theia; father of Phaëthon. Each morning he left a palace in the east and crossed the sky in a golden chariot, then returned along the river Oceanus. He was a national god in Rhodes, where a Colossus represented him. In Rome, he was known as Sol and was an important god.

Hephaestus, in Greek mythology, Olympian god; son of Hera and Zeus; husband of Aphrodite. Originally a Middle Eastern fire god, in Greece he was the divine smith and god of craftsmen, worshiped in centers such as Athens. Usually a comic figure, he was represented as bearded, with mighty shoulders, but lame. He worked at huge furnaces, aided by Cyclopses. The Romans identified him with Vulcan.

Hera, in Greek mythology, queen of Olympian gods; daughters of Cronus and Rhea; wife and sister of Zeus; mother of Ares and Hephaestus. A jealous wife, she plagued Zeus, his mistresses, and his progeny, e.g., Hercules. Hera was powerful and widely worshiped as the protectress of women, marriage, and childbirth. The Romans identified her with Juno.

Hercules, Heracles or Herakles, most popular Greek hero, famous for strength and courage. The son of Alcmene and Zeus, he was hated by Hera, who sent serpents to his cradle; he strangled them. Later Hera drove Hercules mad and he slew his wife and children. He sought purification at the court of King Eurystheus, who set him 12 mighty labors: killing the Nemean lion and Hydra; driving off the Stymphalian birds; cleaning the Augean stables; capturing the Cerynean hind, Cretan bull, mares of Diomed, Erymanthian boar, cattle of Geryon, and Cerberus; and procuring the girdle of Hippolyte and the golden apples of the Hesperides. He was later involved in the Calydonian hunt and the Argonaut expedition. At his death he rose to Olympus, where he was reconciled with Hera and married Hebe. Represented as a powerful man with lion’s skin and club, he was widely worshiped. He is the hero of plays by Sophocles, Euripides, and Seneca.

Hermes, in Greek mythology, son of Zeus and Maia; messenger of the gods and conductor of souls to Hades. He was also the god of travelers, of luck, music, eloquence, commerce, young men, cheats, and thieves. He was said to have invented the lyre and flute. The riotous Hermaea festival was celebrated in his honor. Hermes was represented with winged hat and sandals, carrying the Caduceus. He is equated with the Roman Mercury.

Hestia, in Greek mythology, goddess of the hearth; daughter of Cronus and Rhea. Widely worshiped, she was a kind deity who represented personal and communal security and happiness. The Romans identified her with Vesta.

Horus Horus, in ancient Egyptian Religion, sky god, god of light and goodness. The son of Osiris and Isis, he avenged his father’s murder by defeating Set, the god of evil and darkness.

Ishtar, ancient fertility deity, the most widely worshiped goddess in Babylonian and Assyrian religion. Ishtar was important as a mother goddess, goddess of love, and goddess of war. Her cult spread throughout W Asia, and she became identified with various other earth goddesses (see Great Mother of the Gods).

Isis, nature goddess whose worship, originating in ancient Egypt, gradually extended throughout the lands of the Mediterranean world and became one of the chief religions of the Roman Empire. The worship of Isis, together with that of her brother and husband, Osiris, and their son, Horus, resisted the rise of Christianity and lasted until the 6th cent. A.D.

maenads, in Greek and Roman mythology, female devotees of Dionysus or Bacchus. Waving the thyrsus, they roamed the mountains and forests, and performed frenzied, ecstatic dances. They are also known as Bacchae.

Muses, in Greek mythology, the nine patron goddesses of the arts; daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne, a Titan who personified memory. They were: Calliope (epic poetry and eloquence), Euterpe (music and lyric poetry), Erato (love poetry), Polyhymnia (oratory or sacred poetry), Clio (history), Melpomene (tragedy), Thalia (comedy), Terpsichore (choral song and dance), and Urania (astronomy).

mysteries, important secret cults in Greek and Roman religion. Possibly based on primitive fertility rites, their elaborate, mystic ritual appealed to individuals who had tired of the formalistic, state-centered rites of traditional Greek and Roman religion, and who sought a promise of personal salvation and immortality. Some mysteries were survivals of indigenous rites, while others (e.g., the cult of Cybele) were of foreign origin. Especially important in Greece were the Eleusinian and Orphic Mysteries.

nymph, in Greek mythology, female divinity, immortal or long-lived, associated with various natural objects or places. Some represented specific localities, e.g., the acheloids of the River Achelous; others were identified with more general physiographic features, e.g., oreads with mountains, naiads with bodies of fresh water, nereids with the Mediterranean, oceanids with the ocean, dryads with trees; and some were associated with a function of nature, e.g., hamadryads, who lived and died with a particular tree. Nymphs were regarded as young, beautiful, musical, and amorous.

Olympian, in Greek myth, one of the 12 gods who ruled the universe from their home on Mt. Olympus. Led by Zeus, they were: Hera, his sister and wife; Poseidon and Pluto (Hades), his brothers; Hestia, his sister; and his children, Ares, Hermes, Apollo, Hephaestus, Athena, Aphrodite, and Artemis. Similar to humans in appearance and character, the Olympians are known to us mainly from the works of Homer and Hesiod.

oracle, in Greek religion, priest or priestess who imparted a god’s response to a human questioner; also the response itself and the shrine. Methods of divination included interpretation of dreams, observation of signs, and interpretation of the actions of entranced persons. Among the famous oracles were those of Zeus at Dodona and of Apollo at Delphi.

Orphic Mysteries or Orphism, religious cult of ancient Greece, ascribed to Orpheus. The Orphics affirmed the divine origin of the soul, but also the dual aspect of human nature as good and evil. They believed that through initiation into the Orphic Mysteries and through the process of transmigration, leaf the soul could be liberated from its inheritance of evil and achieve eternal blessedness. Orphism followed a strict ethical and moral code and adopted practices such as Vegetarianism for purification.

Osiris, in Egyptian Religion, legendary ruler of predynastic Egypt and god of the underworld. Osiris symbolized the creative forces of nature and the imperishability of life. Called the great benefactor of humanity, he brought to the people knowledge of agriculture and civilization. In a famous myth he was slain by his evil brother Set, but his death was avenged by his son Horus. The worship of Osiris, one of the great cults of ancient Egypt, gradually spread throughout the Mediterranean world and, with that of Isis and Horus, was especially vital during the Roman Empire.

Pan, in Greek mythology, pastoral god of fertility (god of woods, fields and flocks); worshiped principally in Arcadia. He was depicted as a merry, ugly man with a goat’s horns, ears, and legs. All his myths deal with his amorous affairs. He came to be associated with the Greek Dionysus and the Roman Faunus, both fertility gods.

Pandora, in Greek mythology, first woman on earth. Zeus ordered her creation as vengeance on man and his benefactor, Prometheus, to whose brother Epimetheus he sent her. Zeus gave her a box that he forbade her to open. She disobeyed and let out all the world’s evils. Only hope remained in the box.

Persephone or Proserpine, in Greek and Roman mythology, goddess of fertility, queen of the underworld; daughter of Zeus and Demeter. She was abducted by Pluto, who held her captive in Hades. Demeter persuaded the gods to let her return to earth for eight months a year. daisy Her story, celebrated in the Eleusinian Mysteries, symbolized the vegetative cycle. When she left the earth, life withered; when she returned, it blossomed anew.

Poseidon, in Greek religion, god of the sea, protector of all waters. Powerful, violent, and vengeful, he carried the trident, with which he caused earthquakes. He was the husband of Amphitrite and the father of many sons, most either brutal men (e.g., Orion) or monsters (e.g., Polyphemus). He was also important as Hippios, god of horses, and was the father of Pegasus. The Romans identified him with Neptune.

Prometheus, in Greek mythology, Titan benefactor of man, whom, in one legend, he created. He stole fire from the gods, gave it to man, and taught him many arts and sciences. In retaliation, Zeus plagued man with Pandora and her box of evils, and chained Prometheus to a mountain, where an eagle preyed on his liver. In some myths Hercules released him. Prometheus is the subject of many literary works, including Aeschylus’ Prometheus Bound and Shelley’s Prometheus Unbound.

Rhea, in Greek mythology, a Titan; wife and sister of Cronus; mother of Zeus, Poseidon, Pluto, Hestia, Hera, and Demeter. She aided Zeus in the overthrow of Cronus. Associated with fertility, her worship was prominent in Crete. In Rome Rhea was worshiped as Magna Mater and identified with Ops.

Saturn, in Roman religion, god of harvests; husband of Ops; father of Jupiter, Juno, Ceres, Pluto, and Neptune; identified with Cronus. After the Titans’ fall, he was said to have fled to Italy, settled on the Capitoline Hill, civilized the people, and taught them agriculture. On his festival, the Saturnalia, work ceased, gifts were exchanged, and war was outlawed.

satyr, in Greek myth, forest and mountain creature. Part human, with horses’ tails and ears, and goats’ horns and legs, they were merry, drunken, lustful devotees of Dionysus.

Tartarus, in Greek mythology, lowest region of Hades, where the wicked, e.g., Sisyphus, Tantalus, were punished.

thyrsus, a staff tipped with a pine cone and twined with ivy, carried by Dionysus, Dionysian revelers, and satyrs.

Titan, in Greek mythology, one of 12 primeval deities; children of Uranus and Gaea. They were Cronus, Iapetus, Hyperion, Oceanus, Coeus, Creus, Theia, Rhea, Mnemosyne, Phoebe, Tethys, and Themis. Their descendants, e.g., Prometheus, Atlas, Hecate, Helios, were also called Titans. Led by Cronus, they deposed Uranus and ruled the universe. They were in turn overthrown by the Olympians, led by Zeus, in a battle called the Titanomachy. Afterward Cronus ruled the Isle of the Blessed and Atlas held up the sky. The others, except Prometheus, who had helped Zeus, were condemned to Tartarus.

Typhon, in Greek mythology, was the final son of Gaea, this time with GaeaTartarus, the offspring of the Earth and the cavernous void beneath.2

Uranus, in Greek mythology, the heavens, first ruler of the universe; son and husband of Gaea; father of Titans, Cyclops, and Hundred-handed Ones. Uranus was castrated and dethroned by Cronus. His blood, falling onto Earth, produced the vengeful Furies; from his discarded flesh and the sea Aphrodite arose.

Venus Venus, in Roman religion, goddess of vegetation; identified from the 3d cent. B.C. with the Greek Aphrodite. In imperial times she was worshiped as Venus Genetrix, mother of Aeneas; Venus Felix, bringer of good fortune; Venus Victrix, bringer of victory; and Venus Verticordia, protector of feminine chastity. Among the famous sculptures of the goddess are the Venus of Milo (Louvre) and the Venus of Medici (Uffizi, Florence).

Zeus, in Greek religion, supreme god; son of Cronus, whom he succeeded, and Rhea; brother and husband of Hera. After the overthrow of the Titans, when lots were cast to divide the universe, the underworld went to Hades, the sea to Poseidon, and the heavens and earth to Zeus. An amorous god, he loved goddesses, nymphs, and mortals, and fathered many children. Ruling from his court on Mt. Olympus, Zeus was the symbol of power, rule, and law; the rewarder of good; and the punisher of evil. Also the god of weather (his most famous weapon was the thunderbolt) and fertility, he was worshiped in connection with almost every aspect of life. The Romans equated Zeus with their own supreme god, Jupiter.

ZEUS IS END OF STORY TODAY

FROM QUARKSIRE 2 U ..

OVER AN OUT…….Q

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An Awakening

An Awakening can be likened sometimes like gettin kicked in da head 🙂

Thanks Terrian ! i needed that 1:) Q

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so…. to men and women alike:)

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A time comes in your life when you finally get it…
When in the midst of all your fears and insanity you
stop dead in your tracks and somewhere, the voice
inside your head cries out – ENOUGH!

Enough fighting and crying, or struggling to hold on. And, like a child quieting down after a blind tantrum, your sobs begin to subside, you shudder once or twice, you blink back your tears and through a mantle of wet lashes, you begin to look at the world through new eyes.

This is your awakening…
You awaken to the fact that
you are not perfect 

and that not everyone will always love,
appreciate or approve of who or what you are …
and that’s OK. (They are entitled to their own views and opinions.)
And you learn the importance of loving and championing yourself and in the process, a sense of new found confidence is born of self-approval. You stop complaining and blaming other people for the things they did to you (or didn’t do for you) and you learn that the only thing you can really count on is the unexpected.
You learn that people don’t always say what they mean or mean what they say and that not everyone will always be there for you and that it’s not always about you. So, you learn to stand on your own and to take care of yourself and in the process, a sense of safety & security is born of self-reliance. You stop judging and pointing fingers and you begin to accept people as they are and to overlook their shortcomings and human frailties and in the process, a sense of peace & contentment is born of forgiveness. You realize that much of the way you view yourself and the world around you, is a result of all the messages and opinions that have been ingrained into your psyche. You begin to sift through all the junk{ 4th step}< you’ve been fed about how you should behave, how you should look and how much you should weigh, what you should wear and where you should shop and what you should drive, how and where you should live and what you should do for a living, who you should marry and what you should expect of a marriage, the importance of having and raising children or what you owe your parents. You learn to open up to new worlds and different points of view. You begin reassessing and redefining who you are and what you really stand for. You learn the difference between wanting and needingand you begin to discard the doctrines and values you’ve outgrown, or should never have bought into to begin with and in the process, you learn to go with your instincts. You learn that it is truly in giving that we receive and that there is power and glory in creating and contributing and you stop maneuvering through life merely as a“consumer looking for your next fix. You learn that principles such as honesty and integrity are not the outdated ideals of a by gone era, but the mortar that holds together the foundation upon which you must build a life. You learn that you don’t know everything; it’s not your job to save the world and that you can’t teach a pig to sing. You learn to distinguish between guilt and responsibility and the importance of setting boundaries and learning to say NO. You learn that the only cross to bear is the one you choose to carry and that martyrs get burned at the stake. You learn to look at relationships as they really are and not as you would have them be. You stop trying to control people, situations and outcomes. You learn that just as people grow and change, so it is with love; and you learn that you don’t have the right to demand love on your terms, just to make you happy. You learn that alone does not mean lonely. You look in the mirror and come to terms with the fact that you will never be a size 5 or a perfect 10 and you stop trying to compete with the image inside your head and agonizing over how you “stack up.” or if ur a guy how big ur manhood is cuz she once put it down:(…then…You come to the realization that you deserve to be treated with love, kindness, sensitivity and respect and you won’t settle for less. You allow only the hands of a lover who cherishes you, to glorify you with hisor her touch and in the process, you internalize the meaning of self-respect. And you learn that your body really is your temple. And you begin to care for it and treat it with respect.You learn that fatigue diminishes the spirit and can create doubt and fear. So you take more time to rest. Just as food fuels the body, laughter fuels our soul; so you take more time to laugh and to play. You learn that for the most part in life, you get what you believe you will deserve and that much of life truly is a self-fulfilling prophecy. You learn that anything worth achieving is worth working for and that wishing for something to happen, is different from working toward making it happen. More importantly,you learn that in order to achieve success you need direction, discipline and perseverance. You also learn that no one can do it all alone and that it’s OKto risk asking for help. You learn that the only thing you must truly fear is the great robber baron of all time; FEAR itself. You learn to step right into and through your fears, because you know that whatever happens you can handle it and to give in to fear, is to give away the right to live life on your terms. You learn to fight for your life and not to squander it living under a cloud of impending doom. You learn that life isn’t always fair, you don’t always get what you think you deserve and that sometimes bad things happen to unsuspecting, good people. On these occasions, you learn not to personalize things. You learn that God isn’t punishing you or failing to answer your prayers; it’s just life happening.
You learn to deal with evil in its most primal state; the ego.
You learn that negative feelings such as anger, envy and resentment must be understood and redirected or they will suffocate the life out of you and poison the universe that surrounds you.You learn to admit when you are wrong and to build bridges instead of walls.You learn to be thankful and to take comfort in many of the simple things we take for granted; things that millions of people upon the earth can only dream about; a full refrigerator, clean running water, a soft warm bed, a long hot shower.(even if i got to drive to da springz:).. Slowly, you begin to take responsibility for yourself, by yourself and you make yourself a promise to never betray yourself or another:( and to never ever settle for less than your heart’s desire. You hang a wind chime outside your window so you can listen to the wind, and you make it a point to keep smiling, to keep trusting and to stay open to every wonderful possibility. Finally, with courage in your heart and with God by your side you take a stand, you take a deep breath and you begin to design the life you want to live as best as you can! 🙂
ps: only thing u can really count on is the unexpected today
quarksire aka mike:)

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LINK OF Da Dayfrum Q is as follows…
“The Mundane Shell is a vast Concave Earth,
an immense Harden’d Shadow of all things upon our Vegetated Earth,
Enlarg’d into Dimension and deform’d into indefinite Space,
In Twenty-seven Heavens and all their Hells,
with Chaos And Ancient Night and Purgatory.
It is a cavernous Earth Of labyrinthine intricacy,
twenty-seven folds of Opaqueness,
And finishes where the lark mounts.”

William Blake, Selection From Milton

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From Beyond the Frontier of the Mind by Osho

Let the Bodies Hit the Floor

Kewl
Or
Not so COOL?
I thi-ink Dell is super cool 🙂 he has hundreds of videos on youtube now,,Has trained hundreds of students, an even has kids that fly these now 🙂 I am going to end up with a trike soon enuff to add to my toys list, one day at a time to get to that point though, till then I’ll put some Skiis on my trike and dream of getting one like dells.
Check out his you tube here > Dell Schanze he is presently training in Sandy Eggo , MY home town, hope to get there to visit mom and dell one day soon i do! and my prefered wing is the flat top..INFO ON Dell HERE: THEN WATCH THIS AND WELL HAVE A GREAT NIGHT,
MY BODY IS GOING TO HIT DA’ FLOOR LoL ! 🙂 Q
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http://u-turnusa.com Paramotor World Champion Dell Schanze does his trademark endless wingtip drag winning the WPPGA YouTUBE World Championship by an astonishing amount. No other pilot on earth can currently come close to matching this incredible display of masterful piloting. Powered Skydiving or Paragliding is the power sport for the 21st century. The equipment flown here is the 2010 Limited Edition Flat Top 200 SUPER with the Medium Eris III RS from Sky Paragliders. Incredibly the Flat Top paramotor flown here still maintains the highest safety record for any ultralight aircraft. Zero deaths and only one injury to date have ever occured on this particular model because of the amazingly innovative features. The only injury ever recorded was a Team Red Bull Pilot who death spiraled the aircraft into the ground at over 50mph and he has since recovered. 1 injury!! You may watch what these incredible pilots do and think they are going to die any second but remarkably this particular unit known as the Flat Top has so many safety features that just 1 single injury total and zero deaths, out of all the units on the market has ever been reported. That is just unheard of in any action sport. To contact the distributor for more information just go to http://u-turnusa.com or call them at 801-631-1731 or in the USA you can call them toll free at 800-707-2525. This remarkable aircraft breaks down in minutes to only the size of a large suitcase and can travel with you anywhere you go. Your own personal backpack aircraft with an unlimited number of uses.
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Jest Jump – Into the drowning Pool 🙂 be brave Lol..er not…………

 

Cure 4 Cancer Anyone

Well, I have debated as to whether er not i should do a blog bout this er not
…but finally here it is……
Anyone really interested in the

TRUTH

can explore further below here
as to what i got to say bout dat~

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CURE FOR CANCER ANYONE!
and THOUSANDS OF OTHER DISEASES
fer less than 500 bucks!

………well read on……

BELIEVE IT ER NOT!>>>

god bless mr google…..stevo….
guess his googling days he didnt come across
the truth and the werks of
mr

Royal Rife
>not soon enuff anyhow, he was into the quantum machnes and rife freq’s used at scripps ranch in sandy eggo, read on>>>>>>
Q

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Royal Raymond Rife was trained for six years by the Carl Zeiss Optical Company in Germany. He became the inventor of powerful microscopes, leading to the discovery of a beneficial phenomenon dealing with viruses.

Rife received the backing of Mr. Timken, of the Timken Roller Bearing Company, who supplied funds to establish a laboratory in San Diego to finance his research. Rife reasoned that if he was going to find a cure for diseases such as cancer, it was important to be able to see the live virus that caused the disease. In 1920, Royal Rife designed the first of several highly advanced microscopes, recognized as the most powerful in the world, and the only one that could be used to see viruses alive.

Rife’s microscopes had resolutions and magnifications far more powerful than others of his day (or even today). Rife’s Universal Microscope (1933) magnified 31,000 times; other microscopes of his day magnified only 3,000 times. Rife found that making a microscope with extreme magnification was not sufficient to see a colorless virus. Staining them with existing aniline dyes was unsuccessful because the virus was too small to absorb the colloidal particles. Rife noted that the different frequencies of light caused certain microorganisms to  luminate (light up)in their own resonant colors. So he invented a system of rotating prisms to select the appropriate light frequency (color), essentially staining the specimen with light.

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Dr Rife’s Amazing Microscope

Extrapolating from this resonant effect of light, Rife experimented with electromagnetic radio waves and discovered that for each type of virus, there was a particular resonant frequency that would cause it to burst into pieces and be destroyed. He subjected test animals in his laboratory to lethal doses of pathogenic germs and found that he could invariably save their lives by subjecting their bodies for a few minutes to the electrical energy of the properly chosen frequency. Therefore, before the year 1930, he had built his first microscope and demonstrated that he could electronically kill pathogenic microorganisms

Rife’s Microscope, the largest model of which consisted of 5,682 parts and required a large bench to accommodate it, overcame the greatest disadvantage of the electron microscope and its inability to reveal specimens in their natural living state.

With his invention, Rife was able to look at living organisms. What he saw convinced him that germs could not be the cause, but the result, of disease; that, depending on its state, the body could convert a harmless bacterium into a lethal pathogen, that such pathogens could be instantly killed, each by a specific frequency of light; and that cells, regarded as the irreducible building blocks of living matter, are actually composed of smaller cells, themselves made up of even smaller cells, this process continuing with higher and higher magnification in a sixteen—step, stage—by—stage journey into the micro—beyond.

The Science Museum (South Kensington, London SW7 2DD, UK) possesses a Royal Rife Microscope. It has the inventory number 1990-667 and was presented to the Science Museum in 1990 by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The School had been given the Scope by the daughter of the late owner, Dr B W Gonin, some fourteen years previously. This is one of the very last Rife Microscopes in existence.

Dr. Royal Raymond Rife Created the Original ‘Royal Rife Machine’, A frequency generating device which was used to cure terminally ill cancer patients through selective electronic frequency treatment programs… See below:

“Dr Royal Rife’s investigated the cause of many diseases including cancer.  Dr Rife used the most advanced microscope in the world to identify the existence of a Virus that he believed was the sole contributor to all cancers.  This microscope was the most powerful of its time, and was invented and constructed by Dr Rife himself; for the sole purpose of locating the Virus that contributed to Cancer.. The birth of the Rife Machine was to be the solution to elimination of this Virus, and Rife performed successful Rife Machine treatments with many patients over the years.  This was verified by the U.S.C. Medical School Special Medical Research Committee.” † USC-0292E41-Page1203(b)
If U have cancer or know anyone that does I emplore ya to
read the links below….
as long as ya can get rife machines in the us of A
well i figure …avery doctors ofice ought to own one
and every one with any
DIS_EASES!
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yep proof is in da puddin
rife and quantum machines do werk
amazingly well, im living proof:)
an im telling u!
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buy ur own though
would not recommend borrowing anyones
be careful !
you will start seeing results,
they take it away?
they use it as a power tool
and not a healing device
no brotherly love in that!
In the End anyhow ya end up
going and buying one fer urself
cuz their ego needs it more than urs
lol
Believe it er not have had it happen now on more than several occasions because folks play games with the super conscious quantum machine or the rife machine as a tool to try to control another or manipulate a  relationship..for one reason or another.
Many different variables to the same power game of
Edging God Out
however u perceive it to be {g-d}
they act like they own a golden ferrrari er sumpin’
Q

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READ ON BELOW!
ur 20 pages away
from
KNOWING THE TRUTH
an imagine this
LESS THAN $500 BUCKS FOLKS!
Thousands only a few years ago
for the same tech
read the 20 links below
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yes legal in usa right now!
PS:
The Electron Miscroscopes we use today
well, they alter or kill the disease they are attempting to lewk at?
wats dat all bout lol
gee
“scientists!”
This film covers the amazing story of Royal Raymond Rife’s life and his cure for cancer using his frequency instruments. Barry Lynes the author of “The Cancer Cure That Worked” said of The Royal Rife Story: “The DVD is beautiful. It is an incredible achievement. Thank you on behalf of millions!”

CustomFighters 2 StreetFighters

BELIEVE IT ER NOT!

Da Streetfighterz gang

only real kinna fighterz i like 🙂 lol…

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was able to pull it off another year, here are a few clips of this years adventure, if ur interested in joining in on the fun jest check onto the streetfighters ride of the century website to learn more and do a bit of research. So anyhow ya won’t see me out there wheelin’ round , but ya might see me jest ridin with the pack 🙂 lol….Anyhow, I jest could not leave this alone another day showing what the 2013 spectacle was about also, and someone asked me why i have 3 different kinda motorcycles? well 3 different reasons!…. one for on off road,which i need way up here…but is sittin in back of garage broken at present, another projekt it is.

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one for loud and proud and going to event with etc etc an shows an to keep in family as an heirloom so to speak if i don”t ever hurt it for my son when i pass away. Was a build over 30 thousand dollars, and an incredible one of a kind machine my rhino bike is!

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…. and then well i got the 1200 sportbike below here

i call Ol Blue’ for road trips etc etc,

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and i have a GS for well my son he hasn’t came to pick up yet but is a fun pocket rocket 500cc. Will have it done for him by spring, anothr projekt 🙂  Painted an all! it’s like in the vids here but 500cc…so anyhow this is 2013 ride of the century and i’ll leave the subjekt alone till next time round….

Time for mikey here to put away the bikes and get the snowmobile out !

Namaste’ 2 One an all!  ride Safe and remember

“Crashing is Not an Option”

…unless ya want it to be!

Q