Clocks, Seasons, and Cycles

Written by Skye Thomas

Why should you follow astrology? How can people believe thatrepparttar planet Neptune is affecting our choices and actions here on earth? If it's been studied forever, then why can't they prove it? What benefit is there in knowing about horoscopes and whererepparttar 122245 planets are at any given time? How does it work? Why does it even matter?

I could answer your questions with vague concepts that don't mean anything to anyone, and say something like "The electroplasmodic waves ofrepparttar 122246 individual planets travel throughrepparttar 122247 quantum solar field to combine withrepparttar 122248 neurotelepsychic particles within our individual aura fields, thus causing psychoelectron pulses to begin effectingrepparttar 122249 synapses within our brains." But answers like that don't really mean anything to most of us and besides I made that up! The truth is that science has barely figured out howrepparttar 122250 moon affects us. We know that it movesrepparttar 122251 tides through it's gravitational pull. We know that women's menstrual cycles are often in alignment withrepparttar 122252 moon. We know thatrepparttar 122253 apparent waxing and waning ofrepparttar 122254 moon is really just shadows being cast upon it's surface. It isn't really disappearing and reappearing. We know that more babies are born on full moons then any other time inrepparttar 122255 lunar cycle. We know that lunacy isrepparttar 122256 weirdness that sometimes effects people duringrepparttar 122257 nights ofrepparttar 122258 full moon. But why? Why shouldrepparttar 122259 size of a shadow effect such things? Isn'trepparttar 122260 moonrepparttar 122261 same size and therefore haverepparttar 122262 same amount of magnetic gravitational pull no matter how much shadow covers it's face? Modern science knows a little bit about our relationship withrepparttar 122263 moon mostly through observation. Whenrepparttar 122264 astronauts walked around onrepparttar 122265 moon, they didn't find some magical reason for all of these lunar influences.

There was a time in ancient history when mankind thoughtrepparttar 122266 moon was a grandmother goddess that decided when women would be pregnant and when they would menstruate instead. If you asked them why they believed it or how didrepparttar 122267 moon regulate pregnancies and menstrual flows, you would have been told to observe it for yourself. It's no different thenrepparttar 122268 seasons and their continual cycle of birth and death. To arguerepparttar 122269 point would have been ridiculous. Of course Grandmother Moon is in charge of such things, look for yourself, silly! Mankind hasn't really gotten too much further along in his understand of such things. We put our focus and energy into studying other things, like medicine, weapons, and commerce. There's so many amazing mysteries to explore while we're on this planet, it's not really surprising to me that we still don't know very much aboutrepparttar 122270 magical workings of anything. We observe a lot and take notes to compare future events to past events in hopes of finding patterns and cycles that will somehow explain things or at least let us predict what's next. This is most apparent in our scientific study of weather, earthquakes, and volcanoes. The same holds true for astrology.

Astrologers have observedrepparttar 122271 planets movements and documented what effect those movements seem to have on humanity. They have discovered patterns. Why do those patterns exist? We don't honestly know. They have also found that asrepparttar 122272 planets line up in mathematical angles to one another, that too seems to consistently create certain predictable cause and effect scenarios. For someone to userepparttar 122273 planets to predictrepparttar 122274 future is a lot like saying, that whenrepparttar 122275 next full moon comes quite a few women will start menstruating. Why? Don't know, but it's true. Will every single woman who isn't pregnant start to menstruate? Of course not. Will every single pregnant woman deliver their baby on that moon? Of course not. But it's a reasonably accurate prediction to say that more women then usual will deliver babies and more women then usual will start menstruating. The art of astrology is a bit scientific observation and a bit psychic premonition. Of allrepparttar 122276 events that could be predicted, which one will hold true forrepparttar 122277 most people?

Spiritual Science

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

From my Encyclopedia:

“NASA to study man who survives on liquids and sunlight

June 30 2003

An Indian man, who claims to have survived only on liquids and sunlight for eight years, has been invited by NASA to show them how he does it. Hira Ratan Manek - also known as Hirachand - a 64-year-old mechanical engineer who lives inrepparttar southern state of Kerala, apparently started disliking food in 1992,repparttar 122244 Hindustan Times newspaper reported. In 1995, he went on a pilgrimage torepparttar 122245 Himalayas and stopped eating completely on his return.

His wife, Vimla, said: ‘Every evening he looks atrepparttar 122246 sun for one hour without batting an eyelid. It is his main food. Occasionally he takes coffee, tea or some other liquid.’

Last June, scientists fromrepparttar 122247 US space agency verified that Manek spent 130 days surviving only on water,repparttar 122248 report said.

They even named this subsistence on water and solar energy after him: The HRM (Hira Ratan Manek) Phenomenon. Mr Manek is now inrepparttar 122249 US to show NASA's scientists how he survives without food. The US space agency hopes to userepparttar 122250 technique to solve food storage and preservation problems on its expeditions,repparttar 122251 report said.

Mr Manek said he "eats through his eyes" inrepparttar 122252 evening, whenrepparttar 122253 sun's ultraviolet rays are least harmful. He and his wife claimrepparttar 122254 technique is totally scientific. However, doctors warn that staring atrepparttar 122255 sun can make you blind.

His wife said: ‘He has a special taste for sun energy. He believes only 5 per cent of human brain cells are used by most people. The other 95 per cent can be activated through solar energy.’ This story was found at:”

BIO-RAM, OAK RIDGES: - Inrepparttar 122256 April, 2000 issue of Scientific American that highlighted 'Quantum Teleporting' there was a brief report onrepparttar 122257 discovery from 1999 at Oak Ridges National Laboratory (key to Atomic Bomb research and Black Ops or secret programs) of a biological part of future computers.

The chlorophyll receptors of spinach have been used to make part of a computer chip. The report went on to say in three years they will have a complete circuit and self-powered

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