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The Church ain’t gonna publicly acknowledge it but today is a considerable Day of the Goddess. It’s a 22-17.
On a date similar:
Slavery in the United States: A preliminary version of the Emancipation Proclamation is released.
An explosion takes place at Gresford Colliery in Wales, leading to the deaths of 266 miners and rescuers.
The Vela Incident (also known as the South Atlantic Flash) is observed near Bouvet Island, thought to be a nuclear weapons test. “He also reported Thompson Island as nearby, although this was later shown to be a phantom island.” Bouvet: a stable for oxen = Taurus (The house of Venus).
…and on Bouvet: An abandoned lifeboat at world’s end
Talking of the Goddess, the Church, and present circumstances (thanks M):
It’s also a 66. Like every Intensified Number it signifies multiplication, negation, assimilation and separation (of 6, in this number’s case). It delivers lessons to do with reconciliation, love, assimilation, liberty, responsibility, peace and compassion; strong ones, and when challenging people struggle to comprehend and come to terms with them. It’s this world focussed, and in world affairs brings together two obstinate (though not as sure of themselves as they like to profess) forces. 66 asks for imagination, creative solutions, authentic intelligence, and jaw-jaw…and if not 66 has one hell of a punch.
The idea that we live in a holographic universe that uses a form of quantum “computer code” to create the physical reality is not a new idea. In the 1940s, some physicists suggested that we live in a “computer generated” universe. In the video at the end of this article, physicists James Gates talks about this form of computer code, which he refers to as “adinkras”.
Physicist Finds Computer Code in the Fabric of Space
If there is one concept which has been under constant attack by psychologists and philosophers over the last few decades, it is the idea of ‘you’ – that you are a real entity or ‘self’. Many modern philosophers and scientists suggest that this sense of being ‘someone’ is illusory, or just a simple product of brain activity. Somehow the billions of neurons in your brain work together to produce it, and all of the thoughts and feelings which it incorporates. This view was expressed very graphically by the scientist Francis Crick, who wrote that:
‘You, your joys and your sorrows, your memories and your ambitions, your sense of personal identity and free will, are in fact no more than the behavior of a vast assembly of nerve cells and their associated molecules.’
Reclaiming the Self: Is your sense of self an illusion? No, it isn’t!
Sorry for the lack of posts at the moment. Personal stuff going on means they will continue to be intermittent.