http://www.bruno-groening.org/english/lectures_uk.html ]]>

http://asheepnomore.net/2014/03/11/n...er-discovered/

Years ago, I came across this info on the evolution of man {soul wise}, or planet earth, as having past root races; these beings were of different sizes {height}, at different points in our history. Reading up on this, tons of older documents made sense, like the fairy tales {myths} of cultures talking about giants having created x or y site. Alot of our unsolved history makes senses when you look at this "root race" stuff, as well as the bridge between metaphysics & science. The stories of Atlantis, Lemuria, or the Gods of all mythologies then make sense.

If you look from science point of view, it is possible to have really tall people, look at the size that dinosaurs were! This also explains Peruvian carvings depicting man riding dinosaurs, etc...And so on...It also explains why every child has a deep fascination & fear of dinosaurs. Why does every child gravitate towards this subject unless its to understand some kind of ancestral? memory.

Going back to the Russian ones, I believe someone wrote about them long ago, but then they disappeared, & the guy was dismissed as cracked. So maybe that's why the delay in the news that they'd have to apologize to him....Also, the very nature of that country maybe why we know little of this news. Looking for more photos, i found this!

- @2:40 it shows round balls of rock sitting on the slabs
- @3:00 {4:18} it shows what looks like weather erosion high up the structure, BUT underneath, not on top of rock. Odd? Like water was that high at one point in time?
- It looks natural, until to see the tunnels inside and other interesting features, alot like in England and Egypt!
- some features look natural, but it also looks like blocks stacked together to create a mountain...or pyramid like structure...And stones seemed to be placed vs natural erosion.
- @7:45 you see the height / size of stones by man standing nearby

Fourth century after Christ.

The Egyptians, who invented geometry, cared little for mathematics. For them it was just a tool to count the flow of days and delineate plots. The Greeks had a different attitude: numbers and philosophy were inseparable, and they took both terribly seriously. We can say that the Greeks indulged in excesses when talking numbers ...

Hippasus Metapontum stood on the deck, preparing for death. Around him gathered the members of a cult, a secret brotherhood he had betrayed. Hippasus revealed a secret that could be lethal to Greek thought, a secret which tended to collapse the whole philosophy that fraternity was scaffolded. Because Hippasus revealed this secret, the great Pythagoras himself had sentenced to death by drowning. To protect his philosophy of numbers, the sect would kill. Yet as serious as was the secret revealed by Hippasus, it was nothing compared to the danger of zero.

The group leader was Pythagoras, a fundamental character of antiquity.According to most sources, he was born in the sixth century BC. Samos, a Greek island off the coast of Turkey, famous for its temple to Hera and for its excellent wine. Even judged against the standards of superstitious ancient Greeks, the Pythagorean beliefs were extravagant. He firmly believed to be the reincarnation of the soul of Euphorbia, a Trojan hero.What Pythagoras encouraged to think that all souls - including animals - passed in new bodies after death. For this reason, it was strictly vegetarian. Beans, however, were taboo because they cause flatulence and resemble genitalia.

Pythagoras was probably a New Age thinker of antiquity, but it was also an exceptional narrator, a renowned scholar and a charismatic teacher.They say he wrote the Constitution for the Greeks living in Italy. Students came to him in large numbers and soon found himself at the head of a bunch of followers who wanted to take advantage of the master's teaching.

The Pythagoreans lived according to the dictates of their leader. They believed, among other things, that it was better to make love to women in winter rather than summer; any discomfort was caused by indigestion; he had to eat raw food, drinking only water and avoid wearing wool. But at the heart of their philosophy, the most important point in holding this revelation: everything is number.

The Greeks inherited their numbers Egyptian surveyors. With the result that, in Greek mathematics, there was no clear distinction between the figures and numbers. For philosophers Greek mathematicians, it was about the same. Today we square numbers and triangular numbers, depending on their composition. At this time, demonstrate a mathematical theorem was reduced to running a stylish design; tools were not the pen and paper - that was the rule and compass. Pythagoras and the link between the figures and numbers was deep and mystical. Each form has a number of hidden meaning, and the best were sacred.

The mystical symbol of worship was naturally the Pythagorean pentacle, a five-pointed star. This simple figure opens to infinity. Nestled within the lines of the star, one detects a pentacle. If it connects with lines corner of this pentacle, emerges a small inverted star that has exactly the same proportions as the original. This star, in turn, contains an even smaller pentacle containing a smaller star with his little pentacle and so on.

As interesting as it is, for the Pythagoreans the most important property of the pentacle lay not in its self-reproduction, but was hidden in the sides of the star. They contained what was the ultimate symbol of the Pythagorean conception of the universe: the golden ratio.

The golden ratio is a little-known discovery of Pythagoras. In modern schools, children hear mention his famous Pythagorean theorem: the square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides. This was nothing new. We knew more than a thousand years before Pythagoras. In ancient Greece, Pythagoras owed his fame to another discovery: the musical scale.

One day, according to legend, Pythagoras played on a monochord, a box on which was hung a rope. Sliding up and down a room placed astride the rope, a sort of capo, Pythagoras changed the notes that instrument issued. He soon discovered that the strings each have a particular behavior, although predictable. When you pluck the string without asking capo, you get a pure note, called

Pythagoras, playing music was a mathematical instrument. As squares and triangles, lines were figures-numbers, also split a string into two parts fell on the same idea that establishing a relationship between two numbers. Harmony was the monotonous harmony of mathematics - and the harmony of the universe. Pythagoras concluded that the rules governing not only music but also all that is beautiful. For the Pythagoreans, proportions and ratios directs the musical beauty, physical beauty, and mathematical beauty. Understand the nature is as easy as understanding the proportions in math.

This philosophy - the interchangeability of music, mathematics and nature - led to the first Pythagorean model of the planetary system. Pythagoras walked the Earth was the center of the universe and that the Sun, Moon, planets circled in successive spheres. The proportions between the spheres were harmonious and fair and when moving, they emit music.The most planets outside, Jupiter and Saturn, had the fastest moving and emitted notes the highest perched. The inner planets, like the Moon, emit lower notes. The planets all together created a "harmony of the spheres" and the skies were a wonderful mathematical orchestra. This is what Pythagoras implied when proclaimed: "All is number. "

To understand the nature, the Pythagoreans Greek mathematicians and their successors devoted much study to the proportions who were key.Finally they classified him into ten categories, under the name: the soundboard. One of the results gave many the most beautiful in the world: the golden ratio. To find that happy number, divide a line in a certain way, so that the ratio between the small part and is largely the same between the high part and the whole. Described as, it has nothing extraordinary, but the figures that apply these proportions are the most beautiful. Today, artists and architects intuitively know that objects whose length and width to meet this proportion are the most attractive, and that the golden ratio is the basis of quantity of works of art and architecture. Some historians and mathematicians argue that the Parthenon in Athens was built entirely on this basis. Nature itself seems to draw his plans with the golden number.Compare proportions between two successive rings of a nautilus, or those scales of a pineapple up in the direction of clockwise and those going in the opposite direction, and you have these proportions tend to the number of gold. [...]

The Pythagoreans had tried to stifle a disturbing concept - the irrational.This notion first brought into question Pythagorean designs, and the Brotherhood tried to keep it secret. When the secret escaped the cult turned to violence.

The concept of irrationality was disguised as a bomb in Greek mathematics. Because of the dual-number form count returned almost to the Greeks to measure a segment. Thus the ratio between the two numbers was compared between the two segments of different lengths.However, to perform any action, you need a standard to compare the length of the lines. For example, take a long line of one foot. Make a mark, say five and a half inches from one end and dividing the foot into two unequal parts. The Greeks represent the fraction by dividing the right in small spaces, each one-half inch. A segment contains 11, the other 13.The ratio between the two segments is 11 to 13.

For everything in the universe is governed by ratios such as the Pythagoreans wanted everything that rule the universe must be reduced to an exact proportion and pleasant. This must be literally

Square, one of the simplest geometry figures, was duly revered by the Pythagoreans. (He had four sides, one for each element: the symbol of perfection numbers.) But the irrational is nestled in the simplicity of the square. If you draw a diagonal - a straight line joining an angle to the opposite corner - the irrational appears. For a concrete example, consider a square foot to one side. Draw the diagonal. Obsessed people of proportion as the Greeks could not fail to ask: what is the relationship between the two lines?

The first thing to do is, again, to create a measuring instrument banal, perhaps a tiny ruler of a half-inch long. The second is to use this rule to divide each line into segments of equal size. With this measurement one-half inch, we can divide the long side of a 24 foot segments. What will happen when we measure the diagonal? With the same rule, we find that the diagonal is .., well, almost 34 segments, but it is not absolutely accurate. The thirty-fourth segment is a little too short; the rule of one-half inch beyond the angle of the slightly square. Do better. Divide the right even shorter segments, using a rule of 1/6th of an inch long. The side of the square is divided into segments 72, while the diagonal was found to be more than 101 but less than 102 segments. Again, the measure does not give an accurate result. What will happen when we try with really smaller segments by measuring elements of a millionth of an inch? The side of the square is 12 million items, and the diagonal reaches a lower number 16970563. Again our rule fails to accurately measure the two lines. And any rules that we take our measure does not fall right.

In fact, as tiny as is the measurement base, none will perfectly measure the side and diagonally. The diagonal is incommensurable with its side.So with an ordinary standard, it is impossible to express a relationship between two lines. This means that we can choose the numbers

That's a lot of trouble for the Pythagorean doctrine! How nature could she be governed by ratio and proportion if something as simple as a square to put this evil system? The idea was hard to admit, but it was inevitable - a consequence of the mathematical laws that the Pythagoreans as appreciated. One of the first mathematical proof of the story allowed to establish incommensurability and irrationality of the diagonal of the square.

The irrationality awakened hazards Pythagoras, because it undermined the basis of his universe. To add insult to injury, the Pythagoreans soon discovered that the number of gold, the ultimate symbol of beauty and rationality, was an irrational number. To prevent these horrific numbers undermine the doctrine, they were kept secret. All members of the Pythagorean community had the habit of keeping their language - nobody had even allowed to take notes - and the incommensurability of the square root of two became the best-kept secret, best buried, Pythagoreans.

However, irrational numbers, unlike the zero could not be easily ignored by the Greeks. Irrational is presented and represented in all kinds of geometric constructions. It was difficult to keep the secret deal with irrational obsessed geometry and fractions population. Someone would one day reveal the secret. It was Hippasus Metaponto, Pythagorean mathematician. The secret irrational brought him misfortune.

Stories relating betrayal and destiny Hippasus are vague and contradictory. Today, mathematicians evoke the fate of the unfortunate man who showed the world the secret of the irrational. Some argue that the Pythagoreans threw him overboard and drowned, as just punishment for having undermined a beautiful theory. Ancient sources tell his death at sea, and others that the Pythagorean brotherhood banished him and built a tomb to be excluded from the human world. But whatever the actual fate of Hippasus was, he certainly was cursed by his brothers. The secret revealed that shook the foundations of the doctrine of Pythagoras, but in dealing with the irrational as an anomaly, the Pythagoreans could prevent irrational numbers to bring down all their building. However, the Greeks finally reluctantly admitted to the realm of the irrational numbers. It is not, however irrational that killed Pythagoras, but beans.

Legends running on the end of Pythagoras are also hazy as the murder of Hippasus. However, they are unanimous in attributing to master a strange end. Some versions say that Pythagoras left starving, but the most common state that they are beans that were fatal to him. One day his house was burnt by his enemies (furious that he was not worthy to be received by the master), and all the disciples present in the house tried to escape and fled in all directions. The attackers killed after Pythagorean Pythagorean. There was nothing left of the community. Pythagoras himself escaped and he might have succeeded his escape if he had suddenly found right in a bean field. He stopped and said he preferred to be killed rather than through the bean field. His pursuers took him at his word and tranchèrent throat.

Although the community was scattered and if his head had died, most of the teachings of Pythagoras survived. This would form the basis of soon the most influential philosophy in Western history - the Aristotelian doctrine that would last for two millennia.

Charles Seife,

Invented by the Babylonians, the Greeks rejected, praised by Hindus, zero is at the heart of controversies, struggles, speculation mathematicians, physicists and theologians of all time. Zero is powerful because it triumphs over other figures makes crazy divisions and is the twin brother of infinity. The most dizzying issues of science and religion arise around nothing and eternity, vacuum and infinity. Passionate debates and often violent around zero shook the foundations of philosophy, science, religion.

Pythagoras to Aristotle, who disavowed his existence, Christians who feared that the reintroduced to the Muslims in the West, Charles Seife tells with clarity the extraordinarily eventful history of this figure, this concept is now a key of quantum physics, understanding of black holes and the birth of the Universe. ]]>

There are references to a nine pointed figure, sometimes called “nonagram” in the works of the thirteenth century Catalan mystic Ramon Lull and later in the seventeenth century in the work “Arithmologia” of the Jesuit Athanasius Kircher.2

This symbol is formed by three equilateral triangles, being different from Gurdjieff’s presentation.

The Sufis are said to be the custodians of the Enneagram and the source from where Gurdjieff learned it. So its origins remain a mystery.

The Enneagram is composed of a circle, a triangle and an hexad and nine points around the circle that connect the triangle and the hexad. The circle represents wholeness and completion and is related to the number zero. The triangle 3-6-9 refers to the “Law of Three” that, together with the “Law of Seven” represented by the hexad, form the basic laws of the Cosmos."

http://vlepage.newteam.org/jesus_and_the_way.htm

BTW, the link below is to the "biography page" of the woman whose site the above came from. At the top of the page is her photo. If all humans had a frequency somewhat like hers we would all be in much much better "shape" as a species, and the planet would be far happier, too :)

http://vlepage.newteam.org/biography.htm ]]>

The deeper and deeper you move into the inner dimensional worlds, the further and further you remove yourself from the programming of this world. All preconceived notions fall away, in trade for the awareness of something that is way more vast, complex, intricate and real. You see how all things are connected together as one universal force, like trillions of leaves on one massive tree. A tree that spreads out across eternity, alive as a circuitous flowing motion of celestial light. You can also see how that force condenses itself, giving form to other dimensions and manifesting into other sentient beings within those dimensions."

http://www.thehoodedsage.com/2009/01/the-ancient-gods/ ]]>