Category Archives: Science and Mathematics

Listen Very Carefully to the Sound of My Voice

Franz Anton Mesmer (May 23, 1734 – March 5, 1815) I have always wondered why this whole ‘thing’ about Mesmerism should be the cause of so much concern. Today, we call it Hypnosis, but in the early stages it was … Continue reading

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Is It Time to Rewire the Brain?

Neuroplasticity Watching the CBC’s “Nature of Things” last night, I was amazed at the healing improvements for most of the people featured in the program. But it’s not a new idea, I’ve even hinted at it before, here. The two … Continue reading

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It’s an Old, Old, Old, Old Story: Atlantis and the Continental Drift

Pangea I was watching a replay of ‘The Search for Atlantis’ episode of “The UnXplained” on the History Channel last night: it was discussing (yet again) about all the theories of how Atlantis disappeared beneath the waves in the ancient … Continue reading

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Anecdotal Evidence: Does the Moon Affect My Blood Sugars?

Or is This Because of the mRNA Vaccine? Since becoming fully vaccinated with Pfizer, I have noticed an interesting trend in my blood sugar numbers. In fact, I wrote about it before after the first dose, but I thought that … Continue reading

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Extended Metaphor: How to Visualize the Galactic Centre

Our Galaxy’s Umbilical Cord I was partway through Ariele Adams’ “Galactic Center Thoughts” video (part XI) on YouTube, during which she was discussing how someone (herself, in this case) might describe what the GC is like, and I got a … Continue reading

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Fingers Crossed: Is This the End of COVID-19?

COVID-19 Variants It’s Memorial Day weekend in the United States, and everyone is breaking out of the government control of their lives. (Last weekend in Canada we celebrated Victoria Day in much the same way, even though those of us … Continue reading

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Did the Recent Lunar Eclipse Effects Indirectly Affect Me?

Flower Blood Supermoon (May 26, 2021) Call it a hunch, or whatever you want, but something happened to me starting on the night of May 25th and ending on the morning of May 27th. I had a blood sugar overload. … Continue reading

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The Enneagram (Redux)

Originally posted on cdsmiller17:
? It’s an interesting image, the Enneagram. The hidden message is the solution to π: 3.142857. I have tried to encode the following poem with the same message.     Enneagram   The symbol of esoteric…

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In 364 AD, Theon of Alexandria Observed Two Eclipses

Solar Eclipse (June 16, 364) There is one (double) inconjunct, linking the Mercury/Jupiter conjunction with the Ascendant @ 1° Scorpio. Mercury Inconjunct Ascendant This aspect may mean that you enjoy working with your mind, learning new skills and ways to … Continue reading

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The First Human Being in Outer Space

Yuri Gagarin (March 9, 1934 – March 27, 1968) Sixty years ago today, this man broke the bounds of earth and flew once around the globe. But he was destined to die seven years later in a fatal plane crash, … Continue reading

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