January 13 (DRAFT)

January 13 is the 13th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar.

There are 352 days remaining until the end of the year (353 in leap years).
It is sometimes celebrated as New Year's Eve (at least in the 20th & 21st centuries) by ethnic groups and religious orders still using the thirteen-days-adrift Julian calendar

(Old New Year) JAN 13

 

1+1 [IN PROGRESS]

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1+1=1 some beliefs // 1+1=2 blinded and for those that wish to see 1+1 = 0

 BAD DATA   IN  =  BAD DATA   OUT 

If you are given  BAD (THOUGHT) DATA (1) + ( BAD (THOUGHT) DATA (1) = BELIEF(2)

FOR EXAMPLE

( I LOVE FUR ) + ( I HATE FUR ) = FUR ( PROBLEM )

( FUR ) + ( FUR ) = FUR ( NO BIG DEAL)

1+1 can also be seen a pillars (a structural element in architecture) When you place 2 pillars it creates the space between it. defining the parameters of possible situations.

When one is asked to choose between two pillars the person being asked is manifesting that thought within the paramaters set by the pillars created by the creator.

Let's see some examples.

Eagle_nebula_pillarsThe Pillars of Creation. 

  • named because the gas and dust are in the process of creating new stars
  • 7,000 light years from Earth
  • taken April 1, 1995 (April FOOLS anyone?)

 

NASA's series of Great Observatories satellites are four large, powerful space-based telescopes. The four missions were designed to examine a specific region of theelectromagnetic spectrum using very different technologies. Dr. Charles Pellerin, NASA's Director, Astrophysics invented and developed the program during 1994.

Great Observatories[edit]

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The Sun and the Moon create our two pillars when it comes to earth.

We have the Sun(1) + Moon(1) = Earth(2)

We've always known the Sun is there, the Moon is there.. the rest is up for interpreation. Give a dog a bone…We are born into this dualistic nature. Instead of teaching us they are a single entity, they make sure to repeat the dualistic nature of the sun and the moon.

THE BLACK WHITE HYPNOSIS OF THE MASSES

 

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The V(___________) Cube

Let's take a look at the infamous Valentine's Day. So much love.
Or is it even about the love you perceive to be love?

Let's Go.

Saint Valentine's Day, also known as Valentine's Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine,[1] is a holiday observed on February 14 each year. It is celebrated in many countries around the world, although it is not a holiday in most of them.

Question is… Why do they need us to LOVE on this day.

Was it about love in the first place? Here's where it started for "love"

The day was first associated with romantic love in the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in the High Middle Ages, when the tradition of courtly love flourished. In 18th-century England, it evolved into an occasion in which lovers expressed their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery, and sending greeting cards (known as "valentines"). In Europe, Saint Valentine's Keys are given to lovers "as a romantic symbol and an invitation to unlock the giver’s heart", as well as to children, in order to ward off Saint Valentine's Malady.[6] Valentine's Day symbols that are used today include the heart-shaped outline, doves, and the figure of the winged Cupid. Since the 19th century, handwritten valentines have given way to mass-produced greeting cards.[7]

WHO IS 

Geoffrey Chaucer?

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Geoffrey Chaucer (/ˈɔːsər/; c. 1343 – 25 October 1400), known as the Father of English literature, is widely considered the greatest English poet of the Middle Ages and was the first poet to be buried in Poets' Corner of Westminster Abbey.

While he achieved fame during his lifetime as an author, philosopher, alchemist and astronomer, composing a scientific treatise on the astrolabe for his ten year-old son Lewis, Chaucer also maintained an active career in the civil service as a bureaucrat, courtier and diplomat. Among his many works, which include The Book of the Duchess,

the House of Fame, the Legend of Good Women and 

Troilus and Criseyde, he is best known today for 

The Canterbury Tales.

Chaucer was a crucial figure in developing the legitimacy of the vernacularMiddle English, at a time when the dominant literary languages in England were French and Latin.

 

WAIT WAIT.. what is this about 
scientific treatise on the astrolabe for his ten year-old son Lewis

Medieval Era

The English author Geoffrey Chaucer (ca. 1343–1400) compiled a treatise on the astrolabe for his son, mainly based on Messahalla. The same source was translated by the French astronomer and astrologer Pélerin de Prusse and others. The first printed book on the astrolabe was Composition and Use of Astrolabe by Christian of Prachatice, also using  M Messahalla , but relatively original.

 

 

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On the back of the mater there is often engraved a number of scales that are useful in the astrolabe's various applications; these vary from designer to designer, but might include curves for time conversions, a calendar for converting the day of the month to the sun's position on the ecliptic, trigonometric scales, and a graduation of 360 degrees around the back edge. The alidade is attached to the back face. An alidade can be seen in the lower right illustration of the Persian astrolabe above. When the astrolabe is held vertically, the alidade can be rotated and the sun or a star sighted along its length, so that its altitude in degrees can be read ("taken") from the graduated edge of the astrolabe;

hence the word's Greek roots: "astron" (ἄστρον) = star + "lab-" (λαβ-) = to take.

 

 

Court of love // People's Court : Judge Judy : Divorce Courth

The earliest description of February 14 as an annual celebration of love appears in the Charter of the Court of Love. The charter, allegedly issued by Charles VI of France at Mantes-la-Jolie in 1400, describes lavish festivities to be attended by several members of the royal court, including a feast, amorous song and poetry competitions, jousting and dancing.[47] Amid these festivities, the attending ladies would hear and rule on disputes from lovers.[48] No other record of the court exists, and none of those named in the charter were present at Mantes except Charles’s queen, Isabeau of Bavaria, who may well have imagined it all while waiting out a plague.[47]

 

What has happened on the infamous FEBRUARY 14th

February 14 is the 45th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 320 days remaining until the end of the year (321 in leap years).

 
FEBRUARY 14 EVENTS

STAR DUST]

STAR DUST BOOKS

       
       
       

StardustA Novel (Google eBook)

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FaithWordsMay 15, 2012 – Fiction – 320 pages
 
Shortly after burying her unfaithful husband, Georgia Peyton unexpectedly inherits the derelict Stardust motel from a distant relative. Despite doubts from the community and the aunt who raised her, she is determined to breathe new life into it. But the guests who arrive aren't what Georgia expects: Her gin-loving mother-in-law; her dead husband's mistress; an attractive but down-on-his-luck drifter who's tired of the endless road; and an aging Vaudeville entertainer with a disturbing link to Georgia's past.

 

 

 

 

Can Georgia find the courage to forgive those who've betrayed her, the grace to shelter those who need her, and the moxy to face the future? And will her dream of a new life under the flickering neon of the STARDUST ever come true?

 

 


Stardust

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Dramatic PublishingJan 1, 1946 – Theater – 119 pages
 

It's an interesting comedy about Prudence, an actress, facing a difficult choice between choosing between her love, Arthur Scott, and acting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Stardust (Google eBook)

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Harper CollinsOct 13, 2009 – Fiction – 352 pages

 

 

 

 

Young Tristran Thorn will do anything to win the cold heart of beautiful Victoria—even fetch her the star they watch fall from the night sky. But to do so, he must enter the unexplored lands on the other side of the ancient wall that gives their tiny village its name. Beyond that old stone wall, Tristran learns, lies Faerie—where nothing, not even a fallen star, is what he imagined.

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Neil Gaiman comes a remarkable quest into the dark and miraculous—in pursuit of love and the utterly impossible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


StardustSupernovae and Life – The Cosmic Connection

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Yale University PressAug 1, 2001 – Body, Mind & Spirit – 260 pages

 

 

 

 

We are made of stardust-and so is all life as we know it. All the chemical elements on earth except hydrogen-including the ones in our bodies-have been processed inside stars, scattered across the universe in great stellar explosions, and recycled to become new stars, planets, and parts of us. In this engrossing book, John and Mary Gribbin relate the developments in twentieth-century astronomy that have led to this shattering realization. They begin their account in the 1920s, when astronomers discovered that the oldest stars are chiefly composed of the primordial elements hydrogen and helium, produced in the birth of the universe in a Big Bang. They then describe the seminal work of the 1950s and 1960s, which unlocked the secret of how elements are "cooked" by nuclear fusion inside stars. The heart of the story is their discussion of supernovae, only recently understood as great stellar explosions in which the resulting ash is spread far and wide through the cosmos, forming new generations of stars, planets, and people. Focusing on the relationship between the universe and the Earth, the authors eloquently explain how the physical structure of the universe has produced conditions ideal for life.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


StardustThe Cosmic Seeds of Life (Google eBook)

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Springer Science & Business MediaApr 8, 2013 – Science – 289 pages
How did life originate on Earth? For over 50 years, scientists believed that life was the result of a chemical reaction involving simple molecules such as methane and ammonia cooking in a primordial soup. Recent space observations have revealed that old stars are capable of making very complex organic compounds. At some point in their evolution, stars eject those organics and spread them all over the Milky Way galaxy. There is evidence that these organic dust particles actually reached the early Solar System. Through bombardments by comets and asteroids, the young Earth inherited significant amounts of stardust. Was the development of life assisted by the arrival of these extraterrestrial materials?   In this book, the author describes stunning discoveries in astronomy and solar system science made over the last 10 years that have yielded a new perspective on the origin of life.   Other interesting topics discussed in this book  The discovery of diamonds and other gemstones in space The origin of oil Neon signs and fluorescent lights in space Smoke from the stars Stardust in our hands Where oceans come from The possibility of bacteria in space

 

 

 

 

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Stardust

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HarperCollins PublishersJan 1, 1995 – Actors and actresses – 119 pages
Haley has grown up and grown out of her starring role in a hit TV show. When her family leaves Hollywood, Haley has to attend sixth grade in a new school–with regular kids. Although she tries her best to adapt and fit in with the in crowd, the nearly perfect Andy Valdez seems to know she's only playing another role.
 

 

 

 

 

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You are Stardust

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Owlkids Books, 2012 – Juvenile Nonfiction – 32 pages

 

 

 

 

You Are Stardust begins by introducing the idea that every tiny atom in our bodies came from a star that exploded long before we were born. From its opening pages, the book suggests that we are intimately connected to the natural world; it compares the way we learn to speak to the way baby birds learn to sing, and the growth of human bodies to the growth of forests. Award-winning author Elin Kelsey — along with a number of concerned parents and educators around the world — believes children are losing touch with nature. This innovative picture book aims to reintroduce children to their innate relationship with the world around them by sharing many of the surprising ways that we are all connected to the natural world.

 

 

 

 

Grounded in current science, this extraordinary picture book provides opportunities for children to use their imaginations and wonder about some big ideas. Soyeon Kim’s incredible diorama art enhances the poetic text, and her creative process is explored in full on the reverse side of the book’s jacket, which features comments from the artist. Young readers will want to pore over each page of this book, exploring the detailed artwork and pondering the message of the text, excited to find out just how connected to the Earth they really are.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ziggy Stardust

A persona adopted by David Bowie in the early 1970s

Upon its release on 6 June 1972, Ziggy Stardust reached No. 5 in the UK and No. 75 in the US. It was eventually certified platinum and gold in the UK and US 

6 June 1972 ( 6 / 6 / 9 )

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STAY WITH ME

 

OK. So where are we at. We took a detour with Geoffrey Chaucer? … 

 

1. Winter Solstice – 13 weeks – Minor sabbath

  • December 21 – Yule
  • December 21-22 – Winter Solstice/Yule. One of the Illuminati's Human Sacrifice Nights 
  • February 1 and 2 – Candlemas and Imbolg, a.k.a. Groundhog's Day. One of the Illuminati's Human Sacrifice Nights 
  • February 14 – Valentine's Day

February 14

Valentine's Day – is a pagan festival that encourages love and physical lust.
 
It is celebrated precisely 13 days after Imbolg, thus imprinting upon it the number '13', Satan's number of extreme rebellion. While most people view this day as the day to honor your wife or your lover, this celebration is steeped in paganism

Consider the camouflaged occult gods in Valentine's Day:
1. Cupid, the son of Venus, is really Tammuz, son of Semiramis

2. Venus, daughter of Jupiter, is really Semiramis herself. Jupiter is the head deity, a sun god – Nimrod, Semiramis' husband, is considered a sun god in the Babylonian Mysteries.
"The name of this month comes from the Roman goddess Februa and St. Febronia (from Febris, the fever of love). She is the patroness of the passion of love … Her orgiastic rites are celebrated on 14 February – still observed as St. Valentine's Day – when, in Roman times, young men would draw billets naming their female partners…
 
This is a time of clear vision into other worlds, expressed by festivals of purification. On 1 February is the celebration of the cross-quarter day, or fire festival (Imbolc) a purificatory festival. It is followed on the 2nd by its Christian counterpart, Candlemas, the purification of the Virgin Mary."
[“The Pagan Book of Days”, Nigel Pennick]
Valentine's Day is a day of "orgiastic rites" in which the pagans encouraged the flow of lustful passion.

 

Februa

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 
 

Februalia, also Februatio, was the Roman festival of ritual purification, later incorporated into Lupercalia.[1] The festival, which is basically one of Spring washing or cleaning (associated also with the raininess of this time of year) is ancient, and possibly of Sabine origin. According to Ovid, Februare as a Latin word which refers to means of purification (particularly with washing or water) derives from an earlier Etruscan word referring to purging.[2]

 

 

 

WHAT WAS THE POINT OF ALL THIS? 

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PURIFICATION: Valentines Day.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

 

Lupercalia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 
 
For the saint by the name 'Lupercus', see Marcellus of Tangier. For the Patrick Wolf album, see Lupercalia (album).

Lupercalia was a very ancient, possibly pre-Roman[2] pastoral festival, observed on February 13 through 15 to avert evil spirits and purify the city, releasing health and fertility. Lupercalia subsumed Februa, an earlier-origin spring cleansing ritual held on the same date, which gives the month of February (Februarius) its name.

The name Lupercalia was believed in antiquity to evince some connection with the Ancient Greek festival of the Arcadian Lykaia (from Ancient Greekλύκος — lukos, "wolf",Latin lupus) and the worship of Lycaean Pan, assumed to be a Greek equivalent to Faunus, as instituted by Evander.[3]

In Roman mythology, Lupercus is a god sometimes identified with the Roman god Faunus, who is the Roman equivalent of the Greek god Pan.[4] Lupercus is the god ofshepherds. His festival, celebrated on the anniversary of the founding of his temple on February 15, was called the Lupercalia. His priests wore goatskins. The historianJustin mentions an image of "the Lycaean god, whom the Greeks call Pan and the Romans Lupercus,"[5] nude save for the girdle of goatskin, which stood in the Lupercal, the cave where Romulus and Remus were suckled by a she-wolf. There, on the Ides of February (in February the ides is the 13th), a goat and a dog were sacrificed, and salt mealcakes prepared by the Vestal Virgins were burnt.

 

 

 

(O N) HOLD 2/11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

George Michael {{{sings}}} yoU goTTa have

Blind Faith - Inlay

Yes. That's right folks. George forgot to tell us it was BLIND  ||||||FAITH!  !   A faith instilled upon us since the days we can only read about. Ive had    BLIND||||||FAITH!  !   /  BLIND  ||||||FAIBLINDTH!  !  to accomplish

   ||||BLIND||FAITH!  !  to challenge myself   strive for good / do good get good / do bad you get the idea

Cross Out those do bad ideas.
 
DO G
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Faith of this?  OF for the WHAT. 

they call it

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    BLIND  ||||||FAITH!  !   doo gotta do BLIND  ||||||FAITH!  !   

to believe in

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twopillars

after you// No No

cause all you have is  BLIND  ||||||FAITH!  !  

after you// No No 

my reality is created by me
   let me help you

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       Fun Fact    

George Michael was born 1963.
He is a creation from the Tokamak TM-3

Oh, you didn't read my post about the tokamak (Russian: токамак)
don't fret

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here's an excerpt:

First full carbon first wall TM-3,
USSR 1963 // major events 

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1976 // 39 years ago we were playing with plasma physics and fusion technology.

what are we doing today?

 

 

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reach for the    St A rS  

 

     or would you rather be the    St A rS  

it's all in your mind.

resonant ___________

 

res·o·nate
ˈreznˌāt/
verb
 
  1. 1.
    produce or be filled with a deep, full, reverberating sound.
    "the sound of the siren resonated across the harbor"

     

     

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    technical
    produce electrical or mechanical resonance.
    "the crystal resonates at 16 MHz"
     

     

     

     

     

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