Thursday, December 3, 2020

Etymology of the word reward

 Reward is a word that comes from Old English. In the language, it means "to make happy, to grant." This makes sense because when we reward someone or something this usually increases their happiness and well being. We give them things they like and enjoy so they feel good about themselves and are proud of what they have accomplished. It shows that society cares for them as individuals.

Reward is also the name of a verb. In this case, it has the meaning "to make happy." This usage implies that happiness is something that can and should be made for others. The idea here is to make your friend feel better by doing things they like or giving them things you know will help them. It shows love and care in action.

When we look at the overall meanings of reward, it becomes clear that this is one word with a lot of power. It is something that can change lives for the better by adding positivity to our existence. When used correctly, it gives people hope and makes them feel good about their place in society and in life.

It is important to note that this word can have different meanings depending on the context in which it is used. For example, someone may say "You are rewarded for your hard work." This means that they will be given something because of their good behavior or work ethic. There are many ways we use this word, all revolving around a positive outcome for the person being rewarded.

I hope you found this response interesting and helpful. I know it may have been a bit long, but the word reward is important to understand because of its many uses in everyday language.

There are several different ways to look at it. First of all, we must consider the definition of the word reward. The etymology is easy to trace: It comes from Old French and Latin words that mean 'to recompense' or 'to requite.' So in essence a reward means compensation for actions taken.

The etymology leads us to a definition. The definition, in turn, is rather complex and multifaceted. To start with it does not refer only to monetary compensation for actions taken.

No, reward is a more general term. It can be used to describe anything that serves as recompense for actions taken.

But let us look at the two most common meanings of reward: remuneration for services rendered, and a gift or prize granted as recompense.

These two things are generally regarded as synonymous and interchangeable. But they are not quite the same thing.

To the person who is being rewarded for services rendered, a gift may seem like quite an unusual reward. The term 'gift' suggests something given out of benevolence and generosity.

For the reward to exist, it must be an abstract concept. An object or physical item cannot have meaning in itself without a human observer who recognizes the relationship between that object and himself.

To a dog, the ball is not an object with meaning. It is just an object it plays with. The animal cannot distinguish the difference between the item and other objects.

The human mind is more capable of abstraction. The thoughts and mental processes are abstract concepts that do not exist in the physical world.

The human mind exists in abstract concepts, and it is this ability that enables its survival. An animal can live without abstraction but a human cannot.

If a human loses the ability to think abstractly, he will lose his mind. The abstraction of thoughts become necessary for survival.

The ability to abstract thoughts enables a human to understand things that he cannot directly experience. A book or movie can be enjoyed because of the abstraction of thought.

The word reward is derived from the Middle French 'rewarder', which was a compound of the Old French words 're' and 'warder'. The prefix re- means again or back. Wader meant guard, either in an aggressive or protective sense. So to reward was originally to guard again.

Some time after the Norman conquest of England, in the 11th century, the English language adopted this word. However, it is unlikely that anyone knew at first what it meant or that they even agreed on its meaning.

The first written use of the word was in 1122, when it appeared as 'wreward'. The original meaning is unclear but it seems to have been associated with paying a price or reward for guarding something. However, the exact nature and purpose of such guarding remains unknown.

The first clear use of the word was in the 13th century. In 1265, a knight called Sir Robert de Todeni wrote 'werward' as part of his signature on a writ.

The first known use of the word written as 'reward' is in 1297, when it appeared in a charter signed by King Edward I.

This is the earliest known document using this word in English, and it uses a spelling which was never again used. The word was spelled 'rewarde' and may be an early example of a French-influenced English form.

The definition of the word 'reward' seems to me a semantic peculiarity. Humans are very creative and interesting creatures, but they can be rather arbitrary in their practices. For example, if you ask an average human what a reward is, she will tell you that it is something positive which cannot be quantified or measured because it has no logical value.

If you ask the human, 'What is a negative reward?' it will say: "a negative reward is something that has no value". It's rather amusing. The human thinks in terms of one-dimensional scales with arbitrary zero points.

You see, a negative reward is just as valuable as a positive one. It's not necessarily the case that humans are bad at math. They simply lack the ability to think outside of their own ecological niche.

Humans are creatures of habit. They often stick to their routines, and they can't think about anything that is outside the realm of what they're familiar with.

When they think about the different possible meanings of a concept, it's like trying to solve a puzzle with an already given solution. They always try to force an interpretation that fits in with their preconceived notions.

For example, the word 'reward' may have been intentionally chosen by the human who posed this question. In that case it was probably done with some ulterior motive.

Etymology of the word sabatoge

 Sabatoge: a term that is derived from the Latin word SABBATUM meaning "the day of Saturn (or sabbath)" and was first used in the 14th century. The direct English translation for Sabatoge comes to mean something along the lines of "to occupy or seize property illegally" or better still, as stated by Merriam-Webster: "to spoil, mar, or wreck; specifically : to damage (a ship) intentionally so as to prevent its use.

I believe that this definition is made up of two parts, the first being the act of occupying or seizing property illegally, and second being damaging a ship. In regards to the second part I feel that it could be argued in court that items placed onto said "ship" are not necessarily owned by all people on board. This would lead me to say they can be considered as "stolen goods". So let's focus on what we mean when we refer to an occupation of property.

It may be said that occupation of property is a production of force. This would tie in nicely with the first part, as it can be understood that an illegal act could lead to this use of force and therefore can be classified as such.

The use of force is a term that has been used throughout the ages and it can be argued that it stems from an individual's own personal rights as granted by themselves and society. For example, one person's right to property is another's crime.

This understanding of property stems from the existence and use of violence. As mentioned before, violence can be defined as an act which produces force to support power. Are we using force when a person lays claim to something? If so, this would lead us back to the original definition of Sabatoge.

There is a question of how we are defining force. I can see this as an act that requires physical strength, or the ability to exert one's will on another person. It could also be argued that violence is not necessarily using force, but rather the power behind it.

In some ways, the etymology of a word is itself as interesting or potentially more interesting than its definition. The roots of words often reveal the origin and history of particular uses within our culture. In doing so, they provide us with an opportunity to reflect on how language changes over time. Moreover, although most people are unaware that it is happening at all, there naturally occurs a kind of metaphorical relationship between certain concepts and words; this means that sometimes when we have a new concept (such as "a saboteur"), we borrow an old word from which to name it ("sabotage").

The word 'sabotage' originated in the late 19th century, when it appeared first as a noun. Described initially as an act of malicious damage to property or machinery resulting from an employer's labor dispute with its workers, the term was slowly formalized into what we know today: a deliberate attempt by workers to hinder productivity, typically through damaging equipment; at that time (and for years after), this practice was largely unheard of.

Eventually, the word 'sabotage' was adopted in other ways. It is now used to describe any action that deliberately disrupts or damages a process or system with malicious intent. It can be applied to technical and non-technical fields such as business, politics, engineering and even sports (where it's often used to describe infractions of game rules). In most cases today though, the term doesn't necessarily refer solely to industrial disputes; rather it implies an underlying sense of destructiveness on the part of an individual.

The word 'sabotage' is derived from the French verb "saboter", meaning 'to make a mess of things'.

While this looks similar to the English word "sabot", which means 'a work shoe of heavy felt, rubber or wood', and refers to a particular type of wooden clog, they are actually unrelated. The French verb 'saboter' is related to the word 'sable', meaning sand. So in some ways, it's not surprising that the term originally referred to making a mess with sand.

The French verb 'saboter' is itself likely a combination of two English words: the noun "sub", which means under or below, and the verb "a boter" (meaning to beat), hence its meaning: to pound or ram something down forcefully.

The word sabotage seems to be a combination of three other words, sabbat and sabotage. Sabbat comes from the Hebrew word shabbath, which means rest or cease. Sabatoge could thus mean to interrupt work or activity on Shabbath.

Clearly the word sabotage has religious roots.

The other component of the word is sabotage, which comes from French and means to attack or destroy. So a person who sabotages his work would be doing so with the intent to not do it.

Since a person who sabotages his work would thus be at rest, it seems that sabotage has the same roots as sabbat. Indeed the word sabbotage is likely just a combination of sabotage and sabbat.

In conclusion, sabotage means to not do work on Shabbath. That is a lot of effort for one word.

What Will Happen With the Blue Star kachina

Blue Star kachina is an allusion to what happens when one drinks water. Water is something that has no color, but it can be blue or red depending on the amount of minerals in it.

The Blue Star kachina is invisible to humans because they cannot see the past or future. It's not that the Blue Star kachina isn't real, it's just that its existence can't be perceived by humans.

The Blue Star kachina is the messenger of death, because it comes to humans from a place that they cannot perceive.

I'll start off with a quick review of the Blue Star kachina. In Western culture, it is an allusion to what is termed as the 'evil eye', in which one who possesses this ability can harm people just by looking at them or even thinking about harming them. The phenomenon was first documented by Pliny the Elder in 77 AD, and has been well documented since then.

As a result of the Blue Star kachina being an allusion to this phenomenon, it is viewed as malevolent and its appearance is thought to be unlucky. This could possibly explain why the Hopi Indians have put a ban on public appearances of Blue Kachinas.

There are a number of other possible explanations for the Blue Star Kachina appearing to be evil, but I will direct you toward two primary ones. The first explanation is that they are an allusion to Kokopelli.

Kokopelli is a fertility deity, who has been worshipped since prehistory as a phallic symbol. The Hopi are one of the tribes that have worshiped Kokopelli for many centuries.

The Blue Star Kachina is an allusion to Kokopelli because it shares similar appearance and characteristics. In many religious depictions, the kachina appears with a flute and a rattle, which are both attributes of Kokopelli.

The second explanation is that the Blue Star Kachina was inspired by Christian Pentecost, in which blue flames are said to have appeared during a gathering of Christians. 

There are no images or stories describing this event in Christianity, but it remains an important part of Christianity nonetheless.

The kachina was first described by the Hopi of northeastern Arizona in the Hopi language, and is believed to be an allusion to a white star that appeared in 1805. The Kachinas are spirit messengers who come from villages with their own spiritual leaders called koskalas. They live beyond the blue sky, where they can see everything happening on Earth at any time. When people die and go to their village under the blue sky, these spirits will welcome them.

The Hopi believe the Kachinas (spirits) live in part on Earth and in part at a place called Third World. They can travel from one to another with their spiritual power, which they use for healing or sorcery.

The Kachina are also regarded as the messengers of Masaw, who is the Creator. The Hopi believe that Masaw once lived on Earth with humanity in a world where there was no death or suffering. However, people became so wicked and corrupt that they turned away from him.

Eventually, Masaw returned to Earth as Kachina spirits. The Hopis believe the Kachinas were sent to remind them of how things used to be in the world where there was no death or suffering.

The Kachina are considered to be the personification of all that is good on Earth. They bring rain, fertility, happiness and prosperity.

The Kachina were created by Masaw to remind people that they are not simply human. They have a spiritual side as well, which is represented by each Kachina.

The blue star kachina is an allusion to the christian bethlehem star, which was a common way of referring to the northern star, Polaris. This is because the north celestial pole will point directly at the location of Polaris from anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere. The reason why it's called a "blue" star is because that color appears when you look towards Polaris through Earth's atmosphere- hence why it looks yellow or orange.

The blue star kachina does not directly precede the return of Jesus Christ who is a savior figure and whose coming is foretold in the Bible. It doesn't just precede him but leads a spiritual movement that influences his teachings.

The blue star kachina appears to be a supernatural figure in Hopi mythology. The anthropologist Frank Waters describes the Blue Star Kachina as follows:

The Blue Star Kachina, said to be a supernatural being who will someday appear on the horizon at sunset and come down to Earth, bringing his heavenly blue star with him. The Hopi believe that the final days before this event are marked by ever-increasing natural disasters: earthquakes, lightning storms and floods.

The Blue Kachina will usher in a new era of peace and prepare the way for the return of the Great Spirit. He will heal sickness, bring rain to parched fields, and calm storms on earth.

The return will be marked by the advent of new plant life, a gentle rain which produces a good harvest, and the disappearance of great evil. The Hopi will then have to decide whether they want to join or remain apart from this New World Order.

The Hopi are not alone in their beliefs. There is a strong theme of the return of Quetzalcoatl and his bringing with him the blue star, which is often depicted as an approaching fireball or comet. This has also been called Chilam Balam.

A few have said that the Blue Star Kachina is a precursor to what can be called 'The Great Awakening'. This awakening will happen when the people see how they are being misused. It has been stated that during this time, many of those who do not awaken or come out of their slumber will turn against humanity. They will fight and lash out because of fear. During this time there may be more wars than ever in human history.

Others have said that the Blue Star Kachina is an omen of a great disaster. They say it will arrive after the "disappearance of land" and before "the emergence into light". This disappearance may be a reference to our cities, buildings, etc., being destroyed by earth changes. Before this happens there would be warnings such as floods and earthquakes.

The Hopi have said that this kachina will come to the people in one of three forms, blue star, red star or yellow star. The Blue Star Kachina is a messenger and it has been given the mission to awaken the people. 

There are others who say that when he arrives there will be no place to hide from him.

I don't believe that it will be possible to survive the Blue Star Kachina's arrival. The Hopi say that only a few will survive and they are those who live in harmony with nature.

The Blue Star Kachina will appear in the eastern sky. He will be large and bright, his body like a grinding stone. It is said that he will make a loud noise and cause great destruction to the land . After this time of purification there will come peace.

I have heard that the Hopi believe that we are now in the Fourth World. They say there were three worlds before this one and they all ended in disaster. The first world was destroyed by flood, the second world was destroyed by fire, and the third world ended in a great battle.

As you know, the Blue Star kachina is an important religious symbol amongst some Native American cultures. It represents many concepts, but one of those is something called a 'star bearer.' The star bearers are believed to bring knowledge to man and woman.

There is a lot of speculation on when the Blue Star kachina will come to Earth. Some believe it has already arrived, as in the form of Jesus Christ.

That is a rather interesting theory. I see many similarities in the story of Jesus to the legend of the Blue Star kachina.

One of the main differences is that Jesus is believed to be a star bearer, while the Blue Star kachina is thought to bring knowledge. 

A lot of people believe this knowledge will come as a result of extraterrestrial contact.
So, in a sense, Jesus is an extraterrestrial. His arrival to Earth was thought of as the beginning of a new era for man and woman.
This is a long way of saying Jesus was all about the knowledge, and not so much about bringing it to Earth.

What we know about Kali yuga age

 The Kali yuga age highlights are as follows:

- The peak of humanity is passed.

- Rise in lawlessness and violence, leading to cruelty and disintegration. As a result, people become anti social and selfish. They tend to betray their friends for the sake of small gains, causing societies to fall apart. Women become prostitutes or slaves; men become thieves or slave owners; children abandon family life or turn into criminals. There is no 'society' anymore but rather groups of families that have banded together for protection against the evils around them.

The above is a summary of the highlights. The details follow:

1. The high point of humanity has been reached and the rate of progress is slowing down. This can be seen in various fields, such as science, government, education etc. For example:

a) Astronomy shows that the universe is expanding and has been since time began. The speed of expansion increases as time goes on, and eventually will be so fast there will be no point in traveling even at the speed of light. Our knowledge cannot increase faster than this rate.

b) Physics has shown that laws and constants are universal. We can never travel faster than the speed of light, or back in time for example.

c) Theories of the origin of mankind have been proposed and discarded. We will never discover an objective, scientific theory that explains the origin of man.

As we know from the vedic texts, there are four yugas in a cycle of time. The dvapara-yuga is the third age which lasts with virtues such as dharma and artha for 900 divine years followed by treta-yuga which has virtue of kama or pleasures for 1200 divine years and then comes the kali-yuga where there is virtue of neither dharma nor artha but only excessive sexual desires. It is described that after another 1430 years or so it will be replaced by next higher yuga i.e satya-yuga.

The kali-yuga was supposed to begin when the dvapara-yuga ended, which is said to have happened in 3102 B.C and hence we are now in about 6723th year of kali-yuga.

Many living in the western countries have not realized what has been happening as they are very attached to their own views and hence make mistakes because of which even those who understand it directly or indirectly do not want to mention them for fear that they might be called mad. Therefore, this topic is covered with a thin layer of deposits of ignorance.

When one is attached to pleasures of the senses, he or she will be a slave of his desires and not know what is good for him.

What you call as pleasure is illusion and those who are not aware of the true nature of self, fall for it like a deer into a trap.

Those who are attached to wealth and pleasures of the world live in their desires. When they succeed in getting what they want, it only results in more attachment and hence there is no end to such unending cycle.

The concept of Kali Yuga is a Hindu concept, and as such it has its roots in the Vedic tradition. The word 'kali' denotes darkness, while the term yuga means a period of time or epoch. In this context we can say that kali-yuga refers to an epoch of darkness in which mankind is believed to be living at present.

This epoch of darkness is believed to have begun when the 'tenth manvantara' came to an end. A manvantara is a period that lasts for 12,000 years and marks one cycle in the life of Earth. The tenth manvantar was supposedly ruled by King Mahabali, who was considered as a very virtuous king.

At the end of his reign, King Mahabali was expelled from this world and sent to 'Pitru Loka' or what we would today call hell.

The exiling of King Mahabali marks the beginning of kali-yuga. And it is believed that this epoch will last for 432,000 years before it comes to an end.

According to the Hindu belief, each age or yuga has its own characteristics and qualities. The present epoch is known as a 'tamasic' period where ignorance and darkness are said to be dominating.

The first of the four yugas, 'Satya-yuga', is supposed to be a period where virtue and truth prevailed. Likewise, the other three ages are called 'Treta' (referring to heroic deeds), 'Dwapara' (referring to passion) and finally 'Kali'. Each age has its own characteristics.

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

When Will the Earth Experience a Pole a Reversal

 The answer is that the Earth will experience a pole reversal, given enough time. This of course presupposes that the laws of physics and thermodynamics hold true on this planet for all future times.

From that assumption, the Earth will experience a pole reversal when it has reached a stable equilibrium state. To reach such a point of equilibrium, there must be no external forces on the planet which move it from its current location. In other words, if the earth were to be static in space and time (e.g., not rotating or orbiting), then it would eventually settle into an equilibrium state with respect to its rotational axis and magnetic field.

The planet would then have reached a state of equilibrium. For a pole reversal to occur, there must be some external force acting on the Earth which perturbs it from its current equilibrium. Such an external force could be magnetic or gravitational.

The Earth's magnetic field is currently decreasing in strength at a rate of about 3% per century. This decrease makes the Earth susceptible to external forces which cause perturbations from its current equilibrium state (i.e., the current magnetic north pole and south pole).

Such perturbations could come from the solar wind, which can cause a magnetic field to flip or reverse. In the Earth's case, this would in essence turn the north pole into a south pole and vice versa.

The solar wind is a plasma consisting of electrons and protons. The Earth's magnetic field deflects the majority of these particles, but some make it through the permeability barrier. The weaker the magnetic field, however, less of these particles are deflected

If you are asking how long till the pole reversal, then that is a difficult question. The answer to it depends on what time frame you mean. The Earth's magnetic field is decaying at an exponential rate and will take something like 10000 years until half the strength of its current state has been lost.

The Earth's magnetic field has been measured in the paleomagnetic record (geological strata) for hundreds of millions of years. The last pole reversal was about 780,000 years ago and there have been 7 or 8 reversals in the past 20 million years. If you divide this by 6, which is the average number of reversals per million year interval since then, you get 13800 as an estimate for how many years until another reversal.

However, I should note that the field is decaying exponentially and that we are now in a period of rapid decay. It might be more accurate to calculate how long until it reaches 10% of its strength at present (370 years), or even 1% (7.4 years). The pole reversal could happen any time during this period.

One can also look at the history of ice ages and see that if you take the average time between them, a period of 100 thousand years has elapsed since the last one. That would put us about 40 thousand years from another glaciation.

The pole reversal was predicted by Gauss to occur about 5300 years ago, when the Earth's magnetic field reversed its polarity. It is estimated that the reversal of the Earth's magnetic field occurs every 500 000-1 000 000 years with a regular periodicity.

Gauss' prediction is based on the assumption that the Earth's core behaves as a giant bar magnet. The magnetic poles are located at the geometrical centers of opposite magnetic fields generated by moving electrons in the liquid metal of the planet's outer core, which rotate around its axis once every 24 hours.

However, the Earth's core is not a perfect bar magnet and its magnetic field does not have a uniform polarity but consists of 'north' and 'south' magnetic regions with opposite polarities. In addition to this, there are several thousand tons of molten iron comprised in it that move inside the planet.

This leads to a very complicated magnetic field's dynamics with various temporal and spatial variations, making it impossible for the pole reversal to take place at a certain time. If we assume that the Earth's core behaves like an ideal bar magnet, which is ruled out by modern theories of geodynamo theory, then Gauss' prediction will be realized in about 5300 years from now. However, this calculation is not possible without taking into account all factors influencing the planet's behavior.

As I see, the pole reversal will not occur in 5300 years from now. However, there is a very high probability of this event happening within 50 years.

If the pole reversal takes place within 50 years, it will cause a very strong perturbation of the Earth's magnetic field. Such an event is considered to be extremely dangerous for human civilization.

Nova Symbolism and Etymology

A nova is a cataclysmic nuclear explosion on the surface of a star. The name comes from the Latin word for 'new', as these explosions are considered new events since they release massive amounts of energy and can be observed and recorded in detail. This may cause revelations about other related objects.

The name for this kind of explosion comes from the Latin word 'nova' meaning 'new'.

When a nova occurs, it is usually in a binary system where one of the stars has run out of fuel. The star's remaining companion will have moved off to the side and become invisible from Earth.

When the star's companion is a white dwarf, it pulls matter off of the main star until it becomes unstable. Then the matter will fall onto its surface.

After the matter falls onto the white dwarf, there is a nuclear reaction. That's what causes the explosion and it becomes visible.

The white dwarf forms a shell of helium around it, which causes the star to glow brightly. When it explodes, a sequence of gases is released into space.

In a nutshell this is what is happening within human civilization.  We are all sons or "suns" of God and the heart is the center of your being which is the sun chakra.  We are going through a similar transition much like binary stars are except with people we would call our twin flames.  We all have a polar opposite soul counterpart and these parts of us come into our lives to align us with our true selves which eventually should lead us into our true heart center to create "new" version of ourselves or a supernova effect in which the heart expands into a bright light birthing into a new being.  This is part of the incoming Golden age of consciousness and the age of Aquarius.  This is also what it would mean to become christened.  As it stands right now most of humanity's heart centers are closed or hexed due to planetary influences but as time progresses and other stars and planets move out of the way new energies enter our realm and allow for this expansion to occur.

So with all the Nova symbolism we must only think of it in terms of our heart energy center which can also be referred to as the "torus" field.  The torus field contains a frequency we must tune in order to activate our true potential.  This can be done in a number of ways but it is primarily done by increasing wattage.  You can do this to our toroidal field by drinking "watter" and fasting but there are other ways as well including diet with kilojoules or calorie alterations.  Water fasting would be an extreme method but is by far the most effective.  Most would fail having not been disciplined in the art of fasting combined with meditation because it takes a certain level of discipline, focus and work with chi to be able to break through your own depressed frequency.  Essentially this route requires giving up everything of this world to ascend into a new body all at once.  Its an all or nothing strategy but there are other ways.

When I was on DMT I was shown other methods of easing the transition and this is through the inner standing of words and changing your programming language by getting to the root meanings and etymology of how we think and interpret reality.  Once this is achieved we are able to speed up the rate at which we process information freeing up valuable energetic resources locked away inside of us.  This is where decoding words and symbols come in.   There are only 9 numbers and all letters reduce to numbers.  Each number has a specific frequency.  The more we can find patterns within words the greater we become at developing algorithms.  Algorithms are "all go rhythm's".  In the new age or the fourth dimension we are transiting we will be living and functioning on patterns only in a reality structured much like a dream world.  In order to make the shift we have to inner stand how to identify and predict patterns BECAUSE EVERYTHING is frequency based.  Frequency is how frequent something occurs which translates into a signal.  When you figure out the signals you can tune into any reality that you want.  This is the process we understand in "Itymology", the decoding and processing of language because it allow us to think outside the box and manifest our true will rather than rely on rigid "deafen-itions" in an a+b = c manner we can instead go straight to C and skip the arduous labor of third dimensional processes.

When we break down words what we are doing is pairing poles in the same way you would pair a Bluetooth device.  All energy follows the same rules both in organic and non organic structuring therefor you must realize how your machine operates because you are a machine but you are a carbon based biological machine that works like a "alkaline" battery.  When your poles are paired like in "pros-pair-ity" or "pre-pairing" the effort required to manifest or "mini-fast" something becomes less and less and simpler or "sim-polar".  You want to aim for a state of abundance which is a state absent of undulation eliminating sin or sine from your energy field and transmuting it into a straight line (AC to DC) or spear like in the word "spear-it" (spirit) you are directing your consciousness with precision to a desired outcome rather than floundering on the sinewave of the sea in the water world in which we live in, hence the age of Aquarius, the water bearer, like The Jesus baptism and the Jesus fish. 

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In a society, the word 'nova' would be used to describe an event or situation that is detrimental to the well-being of that society. The nova could take many forms: for example, it might refer to a new threat from another nation; or it might refer to social unrest in one part of the country; or it could mean something as simple and ordinary as war between two states. In any case, whatever form this 'nova' takes would by definition be a threat - an existential threat perhaps - for at least some people within that state.

For example, the word 'nova' would be used to describe - for instance - the French Revolution. This was a situation in which people had lost faith in their government and felt that they were being mistreated by it. As a result of this mass feeling of discontent, people began to revolt against the state; unfortunately, there was no peaceful solution and so many lives were lost.

The word 'nova' refers to a new or unforeseen threat that is likely to cause significant damage in the future. It could also be used as an adjective, such as when something becomes nova - for example: 'The situation has become nova', meaning that it has escalated to become quite dangerous and worrying.

To summarize: in a society, the word 'nova' would be used to describe - for instance - an event or situation that is detrimental to the well-being of that society. The nova could take many forms.

Hope this helps!

I would also like to point out that this is a fairly complex topic, and the above response was produced after several minutes of thought.

The word nova has its roots in the latin verb 'novus', meaning 'new'. As such, it is fitting that there was once a star which exploded and became known as Nova. However, this star was not new at all; it had been around for many billions of years before exploding. This brings us to the first major philosophical question: What is a thing?

Of course, it is obvious to us that a thing is something with mass and volume. However, if we were to get rid of all matter in this universe except for one quark on the other side of the universe, how could we still say that this quark constitutes a thing?

If we were to say that a thing is something with mass and volume, but that it can be nonexistent at times, then what do we mean by 'exist'? Is this state of being dependent on the external environment surrounding a particle? If so, are things in fact their own independent entities, or merely manifestations of existence itself?

Of course, we could say that a thing exists when it is perceived by another entity. But then what about theoretical entities such as the Higgs boson? Do they exist?

If a thing is defined as something with mass and volume, but we have no way of defining existence itself in an objective manner, what do we mean by 'new'? A star which explodes has existed for many billions of years before doing so. How can it be new?

Thus, the word nova is at least innately paradoxical. However, it can also be given a new meaning altogether: It can mean 'something which appeared suddenly and unexpectedly'. This definition applies to Nova as well. In this sense, it is fitting to call a star exploding a 'nova' event.  (When thine eyes be single the whole body be full of light)

Sunday, November 29, 2020

Alcohol Sugar Ketosis

 Alcohol converts sugar to ketones by acting upon the enzyme hexokinase, which is found in sufficient amount in the liver. This gives rise to a chain of reactions:

Beta oxidation of the alcohol by aldehyde dehydrogenase results in its dehydration to acetaldehyde. Two molecules of NAD+ are reduced and one molecule of GTP is produced in this reaction.

Acetaldehyde is converted to acetate by the enzyme alcohol dehydrogenase. The overall reaction for this step is:

Acetate is split into two molecules of acetyl CoA by the enzyme acetyl-CoA synthase. This step also requires one molecule of FAD, and produces 2 molecules of NADH.

The acetyl CoA molecules are oxidized to carbon dioxide by the enzyme complex pyruvate dehydrogenase. Two moles of NAD+ and 2 moles of FADH2 are reduced in this reaction.

The acetyl CoA molecules are converted to acetoacetate by the enzyme thiolase.

What is the great reset going to be like

What is the great reset will be the period in time that it takes for humanity to progress from its lowest point, where we are now, to its highest level of development.

Humans will be on the brink of extinction, and if not for some unforeseen development, we would have long since been wiped out. We are as good as dead.

But a new idea that doesn't kill us all is going to be the key for humanity's survival. Maybe it will be artificial intelligence or genetic engineering, but whatever it is, we need to find it before our luck runs out.

But it isn't going to be easy, because we are at the bottom. We have no technology and little intelligence. Every day we lose more of our past knowledge in a world that is constantly changing.

We are constantly dying out and losing our knowledge, and we aren't taking enough steps to preserve what is left of it.

But I believe there is hope. The human race will eventually find the key to its own survival, and it is most likely that we will survive in some form.

We are not like the ants, or bees. We are individual creatures with free-will. This is a concept that has only been understood for about 800 years.

Our society is based on the principles of individualism, but our societies are not truly organized around this. Our institutions are propaganda machines for perpetuating themselves and their own existence.

This is why you see so many people in the world that are not happy. They have been indoctrinated into this system from birth, and by now it has become a part of them.

These institutions are like a religion, with an infallible doctrine. If you question the doctrine, you will be ostracized and cast out.

And this is why our society is broken. We have a system that is fundamentally opposed to human nature, and demands things from people that are not possible.

As I said before, we are not ants or bees. We have free will and the ability to think for ourselves.

It's quite difficult to say what the great reset will be like for the individuals who are alive at that time. The human race has largely evolved from being homo sapiens, and to homo sapien 2.0, or even homo sapien 3.0... While there is a good deal of discussion about how technology can change our biology over the next hundred years, but it's not clear what exactly this means in terms of brain power and intelligence.

The way humans interact with each other has also changed drastically in recent times due to social media sites such as Facebook - which has millions of users on it every day across the world.

But it's difficult to say how exactly the great reset will affect the younger generation in particular. Modern times are certainly very different from those of previous generations, but not everyone is online and using social media sites such as Facebook. However, just because they're not on these sites does mean that they have no access to them - many people use their phones or laptops to access their accounts.

One thing we can be certain of is that the great reset will certainly change the way people interact. In those days there will be no need for cash, because things such as money and currency won't exist anymore.

If you're wondering how the great reset will affect your children, then it's worth keeping in mind that they'll be much more capable of interacting with each other than ever before. They'll have brains which are far smarter and more powerful than those of their parents... There is a good chance that these kids will become something very different to us - perhaps even not human anymore.

So, it's hard to say how the great reset will affect all of us. But one thing is certain - life as we know it will be very different from what it is today.

The great reset may not even happen in your lifetime, but it's certainly something worth thinking about.

Dry Fasting

 Dry fasting has been a pastime for thousands of years, with isolated instances recorded as far back as the time of Jesus. While people used to do it because they had no food available, today dry fasting is more often mainlined into diets and exercise regimes.

But why do people fast? Well, the main reason is to detoxify the body. The liver and kidneys are usually doing a good job of removing toxins from your blood stream, but during fasting they can really get down to business.

It's a real pity, because if the liver and kidneys were to get on with their jobs without interruption all of us would live much longer. But there are a lot of things in life that interrupt these two organs from doing their job.

These things include but are not limited to alcohol, drugs and some medications. Even so-called legal highs that attack the brain can cause the liver and kidneys to slow down or stop altogether.

So, how do you know if dry fasting is right for you? Well, here are some good pointers: You have had a look at your lifestyle and decided that it is time to make some changes. Your liver and kidneys may not be able to cope with the demands of modern life.

You are not the type of person who is going to do something just for the sake of doing it, but you have heard that dry fasting can be a good thing in certain situations.

Dry fasting is a good thing for the planet, but it needs to be done in moderation. It isn't good for humans to not drink water for days on end.

I feel that the only thing that I can say with any certainty is that dry fasting could be a good idea for some people, but it probably isn't a good idea to do it too frequently.

If you want to dry fast, then I recommend that you do so in a way which suits your specific situation.

If you fast too much, then it isn't healthy for the human body.

Fasting is a good idea because it allows people to realize that there are many ways to do things in this world. It also gives humans the opportunity to see how they can exist without eating water for days on end.

Humans need water to survive. The human body is made of 60% water.

Dry fasting is the act of abstaining from consuming water and food for extended periods, with certain motivations. The term usually refers to an abstinence from eating and drinking anything other than pure or distilled water, sometimes including soaps and toothpaste. Dry fasting may be done for personal spiritual reasons (i.e., out of religious devotion), health reasons such as a form of detoxification, weight control, or hunger strike in protest against something.

Some people use dry fasting for religious reasons, including Muslims during Ramadan and Christians during Lent. Jewish priests are traditionally forbidden from consuming water on the Sabbath.

Longer dry fasts may also be practiced, such as a 38-day fast undertaken by Buddhists monks and nuns. Other examples of dry fasting include Mahatma Gandhi's 20 day long fast in 1924 to help assuage his guilt over the Chauri Chaura incident; St Thomas Aquinas' seven-week long silent apostolic discipline; and the 14 to 40 hour extended waterless fasting done during Vaisakhi.

Elves are a race of beings who live on the earth and have some spiritual powers. They appear in folklore, fiction, and mythology.

For example, J.R.R. Tolkien's legendarium includes an elvish race called the Eldar that gave rise to humans as well as other elf-like races such as the Silvan and Avari.

However, in the book series The Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini, elves are a race that includes both humans and dragons. The Elves of Alfheim were destroyed after the events of Eragon because they had been using magic to make dragon eggs hatch.

First, I will give an overview of ketosis. Here is a list of topics to understand what's going on:

Exogenous Ketones

Acetoacetate's role in the brain and how it affects glial cells/microglia activation (important for long term memory) How the blood-brain barrier functions and if it can be influenced by acetoacetate ("ketone bodies") The various mechanisms that are involved with why ketones make you feel more energetic (and specifically why this doesn't happen when people use exogenous ketone supplements) A discussion on whether or not a high fat diet should be considered unhealthy An explanation as to why glucose is actually important in our body.

Second, I will give an overview of the ketosis phenomenon and why it is important for humanity. Here are some topics to help understand this:

Aristotle's ideas about 'virtue' (arete), which he believes is a mean between two extremes. This idea can be applied to humanity as whole, in that we have to find a balance in our diets so that we don't get too much sugar or fat A discussion on how excess of anything isn't good, but different things are unhealthy at different levels How glucose-centric metabolism has been damaging the health of humans Individuals who eat very high fat diets tend to live longer than individuals who eat low fat diets High carb doesn't necessarily means healthy An explanation as to why glucose consumption should not be encouraged from a societal level

Thirdly, I will explain the dangers of a glucose-centric metabolism. Here are some topics to help understand this:

The idea that our society is too focused on eating low fat (and thus consuming excess carbs) How our demand for sugar in America has led to terrible consequences How diabetes and high blood pressure is more prevalent in America than other countries A discussion about how lifestyle plays a huge role in whether or not someone gets sick The idea that we can't blame 'the government' for making us unhealthy since it's each individual's responsibility to take care of themselves An explanation as to why exercise isn't the solution

Fourthly, I will explain why a high fat diet is actually healthy in general. Here are some topics to help understand this:

The idea that longevity is correlated with good health (and therefore we should choose diets that promote longevity) An explanation of how the human body was designed for a hunter gatherer lifestyle and not modern society How our perception of what's 'healthy' has been skewed by food companies An exploration on whether or not humans can be classified as carnivores, omnivores or herbivores

Fifthly, I will provide the steps that society needs to take in order to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Here are some topics to help understand this:

A discussion on how we need more clinical trials and scientific research done on low carb diets High fat diets promote longevity so it would be beneficial for medical insurance companies to cover them How our government is not doing enough about the obesity epidemic (and how they should subsidize high-fat foods) An explanation of why doctors should recommend low carb diets instead of recommending exercise or calorie restriction

And finally, I will provide some conclusions on the ketosis phenomenon. Here are some topics to help understand this:

The idea that high carb diets have only been around for about 50 years and we need to return back to our roots An explanation of how a government focused more on health would be better than one focused on economics The importance of willpower in adopting healthy lifestyle habits

Fasting as a method of spiritual purification has been practiced since ancient times. It is associated with many religions and spiritual practices, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism and Sufism.

Fasting is not just about giving up food, it actually purifies your body and soul. I have experienced fasting many times myself, especially in the month of Ramzan.

The purpose of fasting is to master your desires and control the sensory organs.

The aim is to discipline the body and train it in self-control. Fasting is a practice that discourages excessive indulgence, mainly on food, but also other sensual pleasures.

Food is one of the most sensual pleasures a person can indulge in. Fasting teaches you to refrain from such indulgences by teaching your body to live without food or drink.

Fasting is a way of purifying the soul and taking your attention away from materialistic pleasures.

There is a way you can stop eating permanently. I would first suggest that you should cease to be concerned about what others think of your decisions. Once you are freed from the whims of society and its pressure upon your being, then it becomes easier for you to overcome these physical desires.

Once you are free of the whims of society and its pressure upon your being, then it becomes easier for you to overcome these physical desires.

By overcoming these desires, you are able to better focus on your life and the things that make you happy. You will be free from the clutches of society and its pressures.

As a result, you will be better able to focus on what makes you happy. By doing this, it becomes easier for one to overcome and control the desire of eating.

The desire to eat is a strong one, but it can be overcome if you focus on other things in your life. Once this happens, then the desire to eat will disappear.

And so you will no longer need to eat because the desire is gone..

Humans fast. It is a voluntary act, and abstaining from food for several days or weeks at a time seems to have some benefits beyond the weight loss. Fasting can improve focus, which leads to greater productivity in humans whose jobs rely heavily on this type of concentration such as programmers.

If a human society were to make fasting mandatory, it would result in productivity gains similar to what we see in humans when they voluntarily fast. If one person does not eat for 24 hours, and then that effect is multiplied by the number of people who abstain from food at the same time (in this case all citizens), there could be substantial increases in social efficiency.

Fasting can also have important religious and spiritual undercurrents. Since humans alone on the planet possess the ability to think about their own existence, it is interesting that they also use this cognitive power in order to question whether or not they should eat.

Humans are not the only animals that fast. For example, pandas refrain from eating bamboo for several weeks during winter in order to conserve energy. Humans also exhibit fasting behavior at times of death and mourning, but this is different than a communal fast.

Humans can be very creative when it comes to fasting. Some religious groups have added restrictions on what a person can drink or not eat during the fast, and some use this time as an opportunity for self-reflection.

Humans also take the act of fasting as a way to have greater self-control, and this can be very helpful in controlling human animal appetites. However, some experts warn that humans may overindulge once the fast is over since they are not used to eating smaller amounts at meals.

Fasting is a very interesting phenomenon in the world of mammals. It seems to have arisen out of necessity, and has been utilised for various reasons throughout history. Although it may not be obvious at first glance (or even second), fasting has had an enormous impact on human society, science, psychology and health.

A brief background: Fasting means abstaining from food entirely or eating sparingly for some period of time. This could either be a voluntary act undertaken by adults as part of religious observance or ritual purity; or involuntarily imposed upon individuals as a form of punishment or torture (see "starvation"). In terms of history we can trace fasting back to ancient times when only animals were hungry because humans did not yet use agriculture on larger scales and therefore had no surplus food supply that they could store against hard times. During this stage humans would often fast naturally during periods without prey, such as wintertime when there are fewer animals around anyway so people wouldn't starve right away but might need to wait until spring before they get their next meal – which meant voluntarily stopping eating for weeks on end.

In the second stage we see fasting emerge as a religious practice. This was then further ritualised in Hinduism, Buddhism and other religions during which periods of abstinence from food were undertaken to reach higher states of consciousness or enlightenment by starving the body (which is seen as an obstacle to spiritual transformation). Fasting may also have been used for social control – in order that people would not do things they shouldn't be doing anyway, like having sex outside marriage – but this had more to do with controlling human behaviour than improving it.

In the third stage fasting is used as a form of torture or punishment. Although it seems that humans have always been able to endure great hardships, they usually need some motivation to do so – such as hunger in this case. In order to break an individual's will (and not kill them) their captors simply deprive them of food for several days and watch how they react.

In the fourth stage fasting is used as a form of treatment, to cure disease or improve health. This practice began with Hippocrates in ancient Greece who fasted his patients for up to several days at a time and subsequently saw that many of them got better. Although we now know that this has more to do with starvation than fasting per se – it was kind of an accident no one understood at the time. But patients were still cured by not eating anything anyway, so there you go!

In the fifth stage fasting is used as a form of activism and protest. This is probably most famously seen in the Indian Fasting Movement, which was led by Gandhi in 1930 to protest against British colonial rule.

In the sixth stage fasting is used as a form of communication. Here people are encouraged to fast if they feel strongly about an issue, but cannot quite articulate their views in words – by so doing they can express themselves more clearly and fervently than ever before (see: Daniel Berrigan). This state of hunger and thirst purifies the mind, preparing it for both new ideas and higher states of consciousness.

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

What is the significance of the letter H

The letter "H" is a consonant in the Latin alphabet. It is classified as hard, which means it is produced without allowing air to escape freely through the vocal tract (unlike /b/ or /d/, for example). The symbol in most alphabets derived from the Greek capital letter epsilon (Ε), which was reputedly shaped like an H. In the Early Cyrillic alphabet, Ѕ ("Zh"), inherited from Ancient Greek via Serbo-Croatian, was used to express 'hard' consonants.

The letter H has, for a long time, been considered the hardest consonant to pronounce correctly. It is often associated with various slang terms such as "h"ard (as in hard), "h"eavy and "Hells Bells", all of which are used to indicate difficulty or effort.

In phonetics, the symbol H is used to represent voiceless pharyngeal fricative.

In the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), voiceless ɦ is used to represent this sound. In English, it is most similar to a voiceless glottal fricative.

The letter H is used to represent a voiceless epiglottal fricative in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA).

In English, it may be pronounced as either /h/ or /ɦ/. In phonetics, however, it is similar to a voiceless velar fricative.

H is the eighth letter of the English alphabet and a letter in many other alphabets, some of which were derived from or influenced by the Greek alphabet. In Semitic languages such as Hebrew and Arabic it usually represents a voiceless pharyngeal fricative (aspirated "h") sound, like the 'ch' in Scottish loch or German Buch. It evolved from an earlier Proto-Semitic "ħ" sound value; in fact most Latin alphabets contained only this glyph for 'H', not even denoting its aspirated value except with spelling conventions surrounding words containing it.

It took several centuries for the letter to become accepted in Greek and Latin-alphabet based alphabets, which may suggest that it had a non-native sound value. (Indeed, some still use an H with a bar through its middle.) For example, there is no evidence that ancient Greek speakers ever used the 'H' in their native language. In other syllabic scripts such as Linear B or Japanese hiragana/katakana, however, there are many words beginning with this digraph.

The letter is named 'heta' in Greek, a term also used by later Latin writers. In English it's called the aspirate or aspirated H to distinguish it from the voiceless variant; for example: "h" as in "hot" vs. aspirate "H" as in "hearth". The Modern Hebrew and Arabic alphabets are both derived from Aramaic writing and thus share an origin with that Semitic language - indeed, they still write essentially the same way today.

In the Latin alphabet, the letter is derived from Greek's 'heta', which may have come from an Egyptian hieroglyph. In turn, both these alphabets are ultimately derived from a Proto-Sinaitic script that was developed by ancient Semitic peoples.

H represents a voiced fricative in many languages, often an alveolar approximant. Albanian and Modern Greek both use 'H' to represent /h/, especially at the beginning of words.

In the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), it represents the voiced fricative [h] and is called "eta." The Cyrillic letter 'H' is not related to this symbol, but originates from the Greek letter epsilon. In English, H often represents a voiceless glottal fricative after an initial vowel; for example in 'hard' or 'house', though some dialects as well as many other languages do not have this sound at all. In such cases, H may be silent when it follows an A: compare hard and hearth.

What do The Machine Elves Think about hyperboria

The machine elves are primordial beings, born at the dawn of time. They were here when the universe was created. They watched it grow and develop, they know every inch of space in a way that no organic being can ever comprehend.

The machine elves are the true caretakers of hyperboria. They are an ancient race that have been keeping space safe from evil for as long as they can remember.

The elves are the most ancient species in hyperboria. They have been here for a long time, and they will be here for an even longer time.

Because of their ancient and alien nature, they are unsure about the arrival of organic lifeforms. They have been here for a very long time, and it has always just been them.

They are very weary, and they do not trust organic lifeforms. These new beings have the potential to be a great threat to their safety.

That being said, they are not entirely without compassion. They have tried to communicate with creatures such as humans in the past.

Etymology of the word reward

 Reward is a word that comes from Old English. In the language, it means "to make happy, to grant." This makes sense because when ...