Kin 53 begins the Red Skywalker Wavespell Five on Crystal Seli 2

Kin 53:   Red Magnetic Skywalker

Red Magnetic Skywalker
Blue Magnetic Night Red Magnetic Skywalker White Magnetic Worldbridger
  Yellow Cosmic Star
“I Unify in order to Explore,  Attracting Wakefullness.
I seal the output of Space with the Magnetic tone of Purpose.
I am guided by my own power doubled.”
Today’s Occult is Kin 208, Yellow Cosmic Star, and Kin 53’s G-Force is Kin 43:  Blue Self-Existing Night.  Moon 12;  Day 2 reminds us of 12.2, a Pacal Votan Clear Sign.
Postulate 13.1 “In the Dominion of Time, everything comes from a natural sense of opening to the now.  Superior intelligence dwells nowhere else but in the now.  In the now is the synchronic experience of the union of the Third-dimensional entitiy and its Fourth-dimensional Holon double or alternative personality.”
  Seal 13;  SKYWALKER a.k.a. Prophet and Culture-Bringer exemplifies the Spirit of Prophecy as the enactment of Wisdom.  SP-Mars;  SIGNAL;  Northern Regions;  SOLAR PLEXUS.

Red Skywalker Wavespell  Five:  Power of Space

Red Magnetic Skywalker

White Lunar Wizard
Red Cosmic Serpent

Yellow Crystal Seed

Blue Electric Eagle
Blue Spectral Night

Yellow Self-existing Warrior
White Planetary Wind

Red Overtone Earth

White Rhytmic Mirror

Blue Resonant Storm

Yellow Galactic Sun

Red Solar Dragon

SELI 2:  FLOW;  GK-Venus;  ROOT:  “My Mother is the Ultimate Sphere.  I See the Light.”  Build  Bottom of Radion Cube and place ██████████ (Yang;  TIME) on the Right Face of the Cube for Codon 11DYNAMIZING.

SELI 1:  Second Solar Witness Kin 195:  Blue Cosmic Eagle, who codes the Second Katun: -AD 712. “WALK in BEAUTY”

TELEKTONON DAY 2:  Baktun 2:  BC 2718:  The Pyramid.  “Pacal Votan enters the Great Pyramid-vows to remain in Earthly Tomb of Materialism until the return of Bolon Ik.  Rise of first Babylon.Invisible Unicorn, another fine Science TShirt   “And the second Angel poured out his vial upon the sea; and it became as the blood of a dead man: and every living soul died in the sea.”  ***Book of Revelation: Chapter 16, Verse 3

 Today is the 41st day since  2.9 MILLION GALLONS of Oil (the equivalent of 3 football stadiums full of oil) per day  began pouring into the Gulf of Mexico. The circumstances regarding the initial cause of this catastrophe, coupled with the addition of  toxic substances instead of the use of better solutions,  suggest a controversial question:  “Have the forces of Babylon decided to fulfill the Second Prophecy by intentionally destroying one the richest bio-regions on Earth, which is the source of more oxygen than the Amazon Rainforest?”

Red Magnetic Skywalker codes two Artists who memorialized Nature:  James Audubon was a French-American who is known throughout America for the National Aububon Society he founded for the conservancy of Nature.    He is also famous as an ornithologist who “created the most spectacular and complete set of bird pictures ever made”.  Roseate Spoonbill Art Print

  His painting of White Gyrfalcons reminds us of the first line of the Dreamspell Genesis:  “Just as the Falcon entering its Gyre henceforth spins without turning back, so once a Planetary Kin has entered the Magnetic Dragon Gate of the Castle of Turning, there is no turning back…”  Yesterday, we completed that Red Eastern Castle of Turning, and today we enter the White Northern Castle of Crossing in this 33rd Galactic Spin since the year Quetzalcoatl Returned as 1987A.SN1987A in the Large Magellanic Cloud by Hubble Heritage. “Astronomers in the Southern Hemisphere witnessed the brilliant explosion of this star, 1987 A,  on Feb. 23, 1987. (Kin 141, 1.11)”

Ansel Adams A black-and-white photograph shows a large, still lake extending horizontally off the frame and halfway up vertically, reflecting the rest of the scene. In the distance, a mountain range can be seen, with a gap in the center and one faint smaller mountain in between.  The sky is cloudy and large dark clouds rest at the very top of the frame. A dramatically-lit black-and-white photograph depicts a large river, which snakes from the bottom right to the center left of the picture. Dark evergreen trees cover the steep left bank of the river, and lighter deciduous trees cover the right. In the top half of the frame, there is a tall mountain range, dark but clearly covered in snow. The sky is overcast in parts, but only partly cloudy in others, and the sun shines through to illuminate the scene and reflect off the river in these places. captured stunning photographs of Nature.  His  “photographs eloquently mirror his favorite saying, a Gaelic mantra, which states:

“I know that I am one with beauty and that my comrades are one. Let our souls be mountains, Let our spirits be stars, Let our hearts be worlds”.  🙂

N. S.  1. 22. 12. 2.             “WALK IN BEAUTY”          Kin 53

12 thoughts on “Kin 53 begins the Red Skywalker Wavespell Five on Crystal Seli 2

  1. Dear TMQ, a most inspiring and thought-provoking blog amongst many, dear one. I had never heard that Gaelic mantra adopted by Ansel Adams, but it is indeed perfect to accompany our “Walk in Beauty”.

    “…there is no turning back.”

    With love,

  2. kiwiallegiance said…
    The Justice court system of Aotearoa New Zealand is crumbling under the weight of the stress and frustration of the Gregorian calendar. My/our fight to prove my/our heart bio-rhythm is connected to mother natures 13 moons, sun and planets 13.20 frequency. When i/we are found not guilty by a jury of my/our peers due exclusively to the negative affects of the Gregorian calendar of time is money, then we will have no choice but to adopt the 13 moon calendar of beautiful synchronicity. Any and all assistance would be gratefully excepted, i am a solo dad and i refuse to let my heart bio-rhythm which is connected to our mother nature be affected by my lack of money. My/our bio-heart connections have/are being deliberately assaulted on a daily basis through mass media mild control techniques invented in the early 50’s by the cia and kgb. I/we have been requested to have a court ordered psychiatric report on Blue Overtone Night on Cosmic 4 (30/6/10). So lets pray for Dr Pillai of the Puriri Centre, Mason Clinic, Pt Chevalier, Aotearoa New Zealand, lets pray so he/she will hear mother natures tears for the love of our babies, our unborn babies. We will be free, all of us, know the knowing God is us/all, i am another yourself.

  3. for me this kin represents the DooT2007
    which was visited in DrieBergen, the Netherlands

    DrieBergen spells Three Mountains in English

    the kin 53 is often related to REED1 and its legend QuetzalCoatl

    ~~~ 2 numbers pop up from that name (as an oracle reading base):

    10 6 5 7 1 1 12 3 12 1 7 12 => 28 28 19 => 75

    the other one lowers this number with 6 points into 69

    ma reading:
    these 2 numbers as kin reside in the 6th wave starting at 66, worldbridger
    69 is the mystery number at self-existing / self-exciting tone 4 / ::
    75 is the planetary / manifesting tone

    where we start the 5th wave todaya, the next one is spotted to the interesting core in the 12th moon which is associated to the spice of “crystal clearness”.


    • S’ace, I had noted this interview A’shayana Deane just yesterday when I was on the Project Camelot website looking for my friend Asolara Liberalis’ interview ~ I am working my way through it now and I have downloaded the PDF files and I would recommend it; the diagrams are very detailed. The similarities with Dreamspell are notable; actually brought tears to my eyes. Thank you (seems like I am always saying this to you, my wayshower brother! 🙂 ) for ensuring I did not miss it.

      With love,
      Melovia xo

  4. This is my portal:

    Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus
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    Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus
    Author Ludwig Wittgenstein
    Subject(s) Philosophy
    Publication date 1921
    Media type Paperback

    Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus is the only book-length philosophical work published by the Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein during his lifetime. It was an ambitious project, to identify the relationship between language and reality and to define the limits of science.[1] It is recognized as one of the most important philosophical works of the twentieth century. G. E. Moore originally suggested the work’s Latin title as homage to Tractatus Theologico-Politicus by Baruch Spinoza.[2]

    Wittgenstein wrote Tractatus while he was a soldier and prisoner of war during World War I. It was first published in German in 1921 as Logisch-Philosophische Abhandlung. The Tractatus was influential chiefly amongst the logical positivists of the Vienna Circle, such as Rudolf Carnap and Friedrich Waismann. Bertrand Russell’s article “The Philosophy of Logical Atomism” is presented as a working out of ideas that he had learnt from Wittgenstein.[3]

    Tractatus employs a notoriously austere and succinct literary style. The work contains almost no arguments as such, but rather declarative statements which are meant to be self-evident. The statements are hierarchically numbered, with seven basic propositions at the primary level (numbered 1–7), with each sub-level being a comment on or elaboration of the statement at the next higher level (e.g., 1, 1.1, 1.11, 1.12).

    Wittgenstein’s later works, notably the posthumously published Philosophical Investigations, retracted many of the ideas in Tractatus. ANTIPODE ENACT. 🙂

    There are seven main propositions in the text. These are:

    1. The world is everything that is the case.
    2. What is the case (a fact) is the existence of states of affairs.
    3. A logical picture of facts is a thought.
    4. A thought is a proposition with sense.
    5. A proposition is a truth-function of elementary propositions.
    6. The general form of a proposition is the general form of a truth function, which is: [\bar p,\bar\xi, N(\bar\xi)].
    7. Where (or of what) one cannot speak, one must pass over in silence.

    [edit] Propositions 1.*-3.*

    The central thesis of 1., 2., 3. and their subsidiary propositions is Wittgenstein’s picture theory of language. This can be summed up as follows:

    * The world consists of a totality of interconnected atomic facts, and propositions make “pictures” of the world.
    * In order for a picture to represent a certain fact it must in some way possess the same logical structure as the fact. The picture is a standard of reality. In this way, linguistic expression can be seen as a form of geometric projection, where language is the changing form of projection but the logical structure of the expression is the unchanging geometric relationships.
    * We cannot say with language what is common in the structures, rather it must be shown, because any language we use will also rely on this relationship, and so we cannot step out of our language with language.

    [edit] Propositions 4.*-5.*

    The 4s are significant as they contain some of Wittgenstein’s most explicit statements concerning the nature of philosophy and the distinction between what can be said and what can only be shown. It is here, for instance, that he first distinguishes between material and grammatical propositions, noting:

    4.003 Most of the propositions and questions to be found in philosophical works are not false but nonsensical. Consequently we cannot give any answer to questions of this kind, but can only point out that they are nonsensical. 😉 Most of the propositions and questions of philosophers arise from our failure to understand the logic of our language. (They belong to the same class as the question whether the good is more or less identical than the beautiful.) And it is not surprising that the deepest problems are in fact not problems at all.

    A philosophical treatise attempts to say something where nothing can properly be said. It is predicated upon the idea that philosophy should be pursued in a way analogous to the natural sciences; that philosophers are looking to construct true theories. This sense of philosophy does not coincide with Wittgenstein’s conception of philosophy.

    4.1 Propositions represent the existence and non-existence of states of affairs.
    4.11 The totality of true propositions is the whole of natural science (or the whole corpus of the natural sciences).
    4.111 Philosophy is not one of the natural sciences. (The word “philosophy” must mean something whose place is above or below the natural sciences, not beside them.)
    4.112 Philosophy aims at the logical clarification of thoughts. Philosophy is not a body of doctrine but an activity. A philosophical work consists essentially of elucidations. Philosophy does not result in “philosophical propositions”, but rather in the clarification of propositions. Without philosophy thoughts are, as it were, cloudy and indistinct: its task is to make them clear and to give them sharp boundaries.
    4.113 Philosophy sets limits to the much disputed sphere of natural science.
    4.114 It must set limits to what can be thought; and, in doing so, to what cannot be thought. It must set limits to what cannot be thought by working outwards through what can be thought.
    4.115 It will signify what cannot be said, by presenting clearly what can be said.

    Wittgenstein is to be credited with the invention of truth tables (4.31) and truth conditions (4.431) which now constitute the standard semantic analysis of first-order sentential logic.[4] The philosophical significance of such a method for Wittgenstein was that it alleviated a confusion, namely the idea that logical inferences are justified by rules. If an argument form is valid, the conjunction of the premises will be logically equivalent to the conclusion and this can be clearly seen in a truth table; it is displayed. The concept of tautology is thus central to Wittgenstein’s Tractarian account of logical consequence, which is strictly deductive.

    😉 5.13 When the truth of one proposition follows from the truth of others, we can see this from the structure of the propositions. 😉
    5.131 If the truth of one proposition follows from the truth of others, this finds expression in relations in which the forms of the propositions stand to one another: nor is it necessary for us to set up these relations between them, by combining them with one another in a single proposition; on the contrary, the relations are internal, and their existence is an immediate result of the existence of the propositions. BE HERE NOW.
    5.132 If p follows from q, I can make an inference from q to p, deduce p from q. The nature of the inference can be gathered only from the two propositions. They themselves are the only possible justification of the inference. “Laws of inference”, which are supposed to justify inferences, as in the works of Frege and Russell, have no sense, and would be superfluous.

    [edit] Propositions 6.*

    In the beginning of 6. Wittgenstein postulates the essential form of all sentences. He uses the notation [\bar p,\bar\xi, N(\bar\xi)], where

    * \bar p stands for all atomic propositions,
    * \bar\xi stands for any subset of propositions, and
    * N(\bar\xi) stands for the negation of all propositions making up \bar\xi.

    What proposition 6. really says is that any logical sentence can be derived from a series of nand operations on the totality of atomic propositions. This is in fact a well-known logical theorem produced by Henry M. Sheffer, of which Wittgenstein makes use. Sheffer’s result was, however, restricted to the propositional calculus, and so, of limited significance. Wittgenstein’s N-operator is however an infinitary analogue of the Sheffer stroke, which applied to a set of propositions produces a proposition that is equivalent to the denial of every member of that set. Wittgenstein shows that this operator can cope with the whole of predicate logic with identity, defining the quantifiers at 5.52, and showing how identity would then be handled at 5.53-5.532. 😉

    The subsidiaries of 6. contain more philosophical reflections on logic, connecting to ideas of knowledge, thought, and the a priori and transcendental. The final passages argue that logic and mathematics express only tautologies and are transcendental, i.e. they lie outside of the metaphysical subject’s world. In turn, a logically “ideal” language cannot supply meaning, it can only reflect the world, and so, sentences in a logical language cannot remain meaningful if they are not merely reflections of the facts.

    In the final pages Wittgenstein veers towards what might be seen as religious considerations. This is founded on the gap between propositions 6.5 and 6.4. A logical positivist might accept the propositions of Tractatus before 6.4. But 6.51 and the succeeding propositions argue that ethics is also transcendental, and thus we cannot examine it with language, as it is a form of aesthetics and cannot be expressed. He begins talking of the will, life after death, and God. In his examination of these issues he argues that all discussion of them is a misuse of logic. Specifically, since logical language can only reflect the world, any discussion of the mystical, that which lies outside of the metaphysical subject’s world, is meaningless. This suggests that many of the traditional domains of philosophy, e.g. ethics and metaphysics, cannot in fact be discussed meaningfully. Any attempt to discuss them immediately loses all sense. This also suggests that his own project of trying to explain language is impossible for exactly these reasons. He suggests that the project of philosophy must ultimately be abandoned for those logical practices which attempt to reflect the world, not what is outside of it. The natural sciences are just such a practice, he suggests. Forty to the Two. 😉

    At the very end of the text he borrows an analogy from Arthur Schopenhauer, and compares the book to a ladder that must be thrown away after one has climbed it. In doing so he suggests that through the philosophy of the book one must come to see the utter meaninglessness of philosophy.
    [edit] Proposition 7

    As the last line in the book, proposition 7 has no supplementary propositions. It ends the book with a rather elegant and stirring proposition: “Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent.” Empathetic, MathLanGmaticUage. 0.

    Both the first and the final proposition have acquired something of a proverbial quality in German, employed as aphorisms independently of discussion of Wittgenstein.
    [edit] Reception and effects

    Wittgenstein concluded that with the Tractatus he had resolved all philosophical problems, and upon its publication he retired to become a schoolteacher in Austria[citation needed].

    Meanwhile, the book was translated into English by C. K. Ogden with help from the Cambridge mathematician and philosopher Frank P. Ramsey, then still in his teens. Ramsey later visited Wittgenstein in Austria. Translation issues make the concepts hard to pinpoint, especially given Wittgenstein’s usage of terms and difficulty in translating ideas into words.[5]

    The Tractatus caught the attention of the philosophers of the Vienna Circle (1921–1933), especially Rudolf Carnap and Moritz Schlick. The group spent many months working through the text out loud, line by line. Schlick eventually convinced Wittgenstein to meet with members of the circle to discuss the Tractatus when he returned to Vienna (he was then working as an architect). Although the Vienna Circle’s logical positivists appreciated the Tractatus, they argued that the last few passages, including Proposition 7, are confused. Carnap hailed the book as containing important insights, but encouraged people to ignore the concluding sentences. Wittgenstein responded to Schlick commenting, “…I cannot imagine that Carnap should have so completely misunderstood the last sentences of the book and hence the fundamental conception of the entire book.”[6]
    3.0321 Though a state of affairs that would contravene the laws of physics can be represented by us spatially, one that would contravene the laws of geometry cannot.

    A more recent interpretation comes from the New Wittgenstein family of interpretations (2000-).[7] This so-called “resolute reading” is controversial and much debated. The main contention of such readings is that Wittgenstein in the Tractatus does not provide a theoretical account of language that relegates ethics and philosophy to a mystical realm of the unsayable. Rather, the book has a therapeutical aim. By working through the propositions of the book the reader comes to realize that language is perfectly suited to all his needs, and that philosophy rests on a confused relation to the logic of our language. The confusion that the Tractatus seeks to dispel is not a confused theory, such that a correct theory would be a proper way to clear the confusion, rather THE NEED of any such theory is confused. The method of the Tractatus is to make the reader aware of the logic of our language as he is already familiar with it, and the effect of thereby dispelling the need for a theoretical account of the logic of our language spreads to all other areas of philosophy. MANIFEST ERROR/DESTINY. Thereby the confusion involved in putting forward e.g. ethical and metaphysical theories is cleared in the same coup. James F. Conant argues that Wittgenstein’s method in the Tractatus mirrors the method of Kierkegaard’s Climacus works.[6] In the appendix of Concluding Unscientific Postscript, Kierkegaard writes:

    [The reader] can understand that the understanding is a revocation–the understanding with him as the sole reader is indeed the revocation of the book. He can understand that to write a book and to revoke it is not the same as refraining from writing it, that to write a book that does not demand to be important for anyone is still not the same as letting it be unwritten.[1]

    Turn turn kick turn!

    Wittgenstein would not meet the Vienna Circle proper, but only a few of its members, including Schlick, Carnap, and Waissman. Often, though, he refused to discuss philosophy, and would insist on giving the meetings over to reciting the poetry of Rabindranath Tagore with his chair turned to the wall. He largely broke off formal relations even with these members of the circle after coming to believe Carnap had used some of his ideas without permission.[8]
    Kin 244 Planetary Seed guided by Free Will

    Free-verse translation by Tagore (Gitanjali, verse VII):[89]

    “My song has put off her adornments. She has no pride of dress and decoration. Ornaments would mar our union; they would come between thee and me; their jingling would drown thy whispers.”

    “My poet’s vanity dies in shame before thy sight. O master poet, I have sat down at thy feet. Only let me make my life simple and straight, like a flute of reed for thee to fill with music.”

    For Bengalis, [Rabindranath’s songs] their appeal, stemming from the combination of emotive strength and beauty described as surpassing even Tagore’s poetry, was such that the Modern Review observed that “[t]here 😉 is in Bengal no cultured home where Rabindranath’s songs are not sung or at least attempted to be sung … Even illiterate villagers sing his songs”. Arthur Strangways of The Observer introduced non-Bengalis to rabindrasangeet in The Music of Hindostan, calling it a “vehicle of a personality … [that] go behind this or that system of music to that beauty of sound which all systems put out their hands to seize.”[69] Among them are Bangladesh’s national anthem Amar Shonar Bangla (আমার সোনার বাঙলা) and India’s national anthem Jana Gana Mana (জন গণ মন), making Tagore unique in having scored two national anthems. He influenced the styles of such musicians as sitar maestro Vilayat Khan, and the sarodiyas Buddhadev Dasgupta and Amjad Ali Khan.[68]

    I love my Skywalkers. No matter – where s/he is. 😉 Only love.

    Chris T i ne

    I like it. 😉

    I feel I mUSt compensate with joy and provide the antipode to the soul drain stemming from the spill. And I can’t figure out whether TMQ posted this or I found it after but a voluntary angel can’t be ignored.

    Click to access ArchangelMichaelBeforeJuly172010.pdf

    On July 17, the day of the penetration of your entire solar system by the radiation of the
    central sun [Alcyone] will begin, and from that day on without exception whether the Heart is
    open or not all will hear distinctly and clearly the words of the Divine Mary. Some of you who
    are messengers of Mary, those who have already ignited your chakra lamps will establish
    contact between your interdimensional consciousness and will open the limited to the limitless
    and to Mary Herself.
    No doubt will be possible by any falsification of technology [such as Bluebeam and other tools
    of the darkside] because the vibration of the Heart in this exchange will be very real for those
    who live in and also for those who have turned away from the light. Beloved Starseeds, I
    would also like to tell you the feeling I have (if indeed I can speak for the Archangels, but
    these are probably the best words I can find) of deep joy and a profound peace and a sense of
    communion that We the Archangels now have for all of you individually and collectively.
    Beloved Starseeds, before I leave this room and turn this over to the Divine Mary, if you have
    any questions about what is happening now and what will happen every day, I am willing to
    shed further Light to your Heart so it has the best possible reception for what is to come.

  5. My house and heart is open, i live at 30 Camelot place, Glenfield Auckland Aotearoa New Zealand. All are welcome, for those that ache come home, dos’nt matter red, white, blue, yellow or green if you know the love of our babies the love of our unborn babies people matter most, 13 moons matches our heart bio-rhythms the frequency of mother nature, moon, sun planets. Free the minds, they squeezed 13 beautiful feminine cycles and man’s 13, 28 day, heart bio-rhythm cycle into 12 months of stress and frustration.

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