Kin 157: Red Magnetic Earth begins the Crystal Dragon Moon of Cooperation and Wavespell 13

CABAN        Kin 157

Red Magnetic Earth

 
Red Magnetic Earth
 
Blue Magnetic Hand Red Magnetic Earth White Magnetic Wind
  Yellow Cosmic Seed
 
I unify in order to evolve
attracting synchronicity.
I seal the matrix of navigation
with the magnetic tone of purpose.
I am guided by my own power doubled.
 
Magnetic Hand is the Antipode, Self-Existing Hand is the G-Force, and the CDK is Overtone Hand.
The PSI for the first 3 days of the Crystal Moon is Overtone Moon, which also codes this year.
 
17.1“The purely fourth-dimensional collective radiosonic mass released from third- dimensional anchoring within it radiantly perfected transport vehicle or soul boat, encounters the future in all of its luminously radial hyperdimensionality.   Absorbed into the pure future of post-organic hyperdimensional time, the radiosonic collective mass enters true timelessness, experienced as the quality of  “always existing.””
 
   DALI 1:  TARGET;  CROWN  Chakra07.gif
The 7:7::7:7  Tower Day:  UR EARTH 1  is synchronized with the Dreamspell Kin:  1 EARTH  🙂 
 
  This 45th Week corresponds to Codon 17:  AROUSING  JOY: 
Time  Evolves  Way  of  Wielding  Power
 
Red EARTH Wavespell 13:     Power of Navigation and Synchronicity
 
Crystal Moon of Cooperation:  How Can I Dedicate Myself to all That Lives?”
 
Corresponds to Baktun 12:  Baktun of the Hidden Seed [1728 days:  AD 1224-1618]
During this Moon, we awaken the 12th Articulation [Left Knee] of Single Wing Red Fire
 
The Totem for the 12th Moon is the Rabbit, and this 12th Moon is coded by Kin 181:  Crystal Dragon
 
 
This Crop Circle was discovered at the Sanctuary near Avebury, Wiltshire [16.12 on Spectral 27]
 
This planetary alignment  on the first day of the 13th Earth Wavespell and the 12th Crystal Moon is an auspicious sign for Synchronicity, Dedication and Cooperation  🙂
 
N. S.  1. 23. 12. 1.        Spirit Tower/UR EARTH 1         Kin 157 
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8 thoughts on “Kin 157: Red Magnetic Earth begins the Crystal Dragon Moon of Cooperation and Wavespell 13

  1. Year Bearer and BOTH the PSI/Chrono and the Long Count todaya are Red Overtone Moon, so that makes 3. That must be (relatively) rare!

    Kin 181 that Codes this Crystal Moon is ‘this’ Red Crystal Moon’s Guide. (And the ‘Cube Constant’ 😉 )

    Synchronicities… fun to discover, even more fun to share! 🙂

    Today we also begin
    4-day Harmonic
    40 : Self-Existing Matrix : Self-Regulate Universal Fire of Form
    Corresponding Codon
    56 : Voyaging : Time Travel Unifies the Mind

    Love and in lak’ech

    • Another little synchronicity from the beginning of this Moon/Wavespell. The first (Analog) Watch was coded by Kin 222, and Crystal 1/Magnetic Earth appeared on page 222 of the Almanac. 😉

      It was such a notable Magic Flight ~ to a Noo Wavespell, Moon and Castle all on one night ~ I decided to calculate the difference between the last Watch of Kin 156 and the Spectral Moon (Kin 105) and the first Watch of Kin 157 and the Crystal Moon (Kin 222), which is 117. And Kin 117 Cosmic Earth (17.13) is the last day of the Serpent Wavespell which begins with Kin 105, and 17 is this Heptad’s Codon and Red Earth is Wavespell 13 !!

      (Did that same calculation for a few other dayas and so far it appears that the last digit of the resulting Kin # is always 7. H’mmm… Do more learned minds than mine know why that would be?)

      In lak’ech!

  2. Dear TMQ,

    this morning eye dream whit a person that looks like Jose Arguelles,
    because in the dream eye «think» I’m alive (not in a dream) i supposed he was his twin brother, i talk to him saying that i was very greatfull for all the things I learned true the moon calendar and so on, he just look at me whit a peacefull regard and said nothing…so I still not sure who reallly was… whit the monkey factor arround (as my guide 11.13 and Jose kin), my question is, what was his brother position about all this happenig around his twin brother…do u know or someone else knows? he is not alive ah? when he died?

    LOVE !
    MBL

  3. It’s kind of a Magic T/UR/Tle moonth in the sense that this is the Chinese year of the Metal Rabbit –

    The Year of the Hare is associated with the earthly branch symbol 卯. 😉

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    According to the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of 2011 is the Year of the Golden Rabbit, which begins on February 3, 2011 and ends on January 22, 2012. The Rabbit is the fourth sign of the Chinese Zodiac, which consists of 12 animals signs. The Rabbit is a lucky sign. Rabbits are private individuals and a bit introverted. People born in the Year of the Rabbit are reasonably friendly individuals who enjoy the company of a group of good friends. They are good teachers, counselors and communicators, but also need their own space.

    According to Chinese tradition, the Rabbit brings a year in which you can catch your breath and calm your nerves. It is a time for negotiation. Don’t try to force issues, because if you do you will ultimately fail. To gain the greatest benefits from this time, focus on home, family, security, diplomacy, and your relationships with women and children. Make it a goal to create a safe, peaceful lifestyle, so you will be able to calmly deal with any problem that may arise.

    Not many people know that the Rabbit is the symbol of the Moon, while the Peacock is the symbol of the Sun, and that together, these two animal signs signify the start of day and night, represent the Yin and Yang of life. It is said that anyone making supplications for wishes to be fulfilled are certain to get what they want… and in the Year of the Rabbit, the wish-granting aspect of the Sun and the Moon combined is multiplied. The Moon is YIN and this is the Yin of Heaven, signifying magic. Thus on each of the Full Moon nights of this year, go out into your garden to gaze into the Full Moon and visualize plenty of Moon dust and Moon glow flowing into you, filling your whole body with bright white light and granting you fearlessness, love and courage. This will not only strengthen your inner “Chi” energy, it will also bring wisdom into your life.

    Rabbits and the 5 elements Metal Rabbits – Years 1951 and 2011
    Metal gives Rabbits more strength, resilience and determination. Metal Rabbits are more intense in their actions, whether they’re work-related or romantic.

    Which leads me to 1951 – 1/11/1951 – Seli, Resonant 2, GAP Kin 218

    WHITE PLANETARY MIRROR
    I Perfect in order to Reflect
    I Produce Order
    I seal the matrix of endlessness
    With the Planetary tone of Manifestation
    I am guided by the power of Death

    The founding of

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nevada_Test_Site

    The Test Site is broken down into areas. Some of the areas and their uses include the following:

    Area 1
    Four early atmospheric tests were conducted above Area 1 in the early 1950s, as well as three underground tests in 1971 and 1990. In 1955, a Civil Defense experiment (called Operation Cue in the press) studied nuclear blast effects on various building types; a few structures still stand.
    Heavy drilling equipment and concrete construction facilities are sited in Area

    1. Non-destructive X-ray, gamma ray, and subcritical detonation tests continue to be conducted in Area 1.
    The radioactivity present on the ground in Area 1 provides a radiologically-contaminated environment for the training of first responders.[17] 😉

    Area 2
    Main article: Area 2
    Area 2 witnessed 144 😉 nuclear tests involving 169 explosions. Shot “Gabbs” intended for 1993 was abandoned in place in Area 2.[18]
    [edit]Area 3
    Area 3 held 266 nuclear tests with 288 detonations—the largest number of any NTS test area.
    As part of Operation Tinderbox, on 24 June 1980, a small satellite prototype (DSCS III) was subjected to radioactivity from the “Huron King” shot in a vertical line-of-sight (VLOS) test undertaken in Area 3. This was a program to improve the database on nuclear hardening design techniques for defense satellites.
    The final nuclear test detonation at Nevada Test Site was Operation Julin’s “Divider” on 23 September 1992, just prior to the moratorium temporarily ending all nuclear testing. Divider was a safety experiment test shot that was detonated at the bottom of a shaft sunk into Area 3.
    In 1995 and 1997, plutonium-contaminated soil from “Double Tracks” and “Clean Slate 1” of Operation Roller Coaster (1963) was picked up from the Tonopah Test Range and brought to the Area 3 Radioactive Waste Management Site as a first step in eventually returning Tonopah Test Range to an environmentally neutral state. Corrective action regarding the contaminated material from the “Clean Slate 2” and “Clean Slate 3” tests has yet to be agreed upon.[19]

    Area 4
    Area 4 was the site of 40 nuclear tests with 44 detonations.

    ]Area 5
    Main article: Area 5
    Five atmospheric tests were detonated, starting on 27 January 1951 at Area 5 as part of Operation Ranger. These were the first nuclear tests at NTS. Further tower detonations were studied at Area 5, and the “Grable” shot which was fired from an artillery piece located in Area 11 exploded in Area 5. The Priscilla test was conducted at Area 5 on 24 June 1957.
    Five underground tests were setup at Area 5; four of those suffered accidental release of radioactive materials. On 16 March 1968, physicist Glenn T. Seaborg toured the upcoming “Milk Shake” shot of Operation Crosstie.[20] Milk Shake’s radioactive release was not detected outside of NTS boundaries.
    A total of 19 nuclear test detonations took place in Area 5.

    Area 6
    Four nuclear tests were conducted at Area 6, comprising six detonations.

    Area 7
    Area 7 had 92 test explosions.
    During Operation Buster, four successful tests were conducted via airdrop, with bomber aircraft releasing nuclear weapons over Area 7.
    It is also the site of Matthew Rileys book called Area 7.
    Shot “Icecap” planned for 1993 was abandoned in Area 7 following 1992’s testing moratorium. The tower, shaft and wiring remain in place, along with a crane intended to lower the nuclear test package into the shaft.[18] 😉

    Area 8

    Radioactive materials were accidentally released from the 1970 Baneberry shot in Area 8.
    Thirteen nuclear tests happened at Area 8; 15 detonations in all.
    Area 8 hosted the “Baneberry” shot of Operation Emery on 18 December 1970. The Baneberry 10-kilotonne-of-TNT (42 TJ) test detonated 900 feet (270 m) below the surface but its energy cracked the soil in unexpected ways, causing a fissure near ground zero and the failure of the shaft stemming and cap.[21] A plume of fire and dust was released, raining fallout on workers in different locations within NTS. The radioactive plume released 6.7 million Curies of radioactive material, including 80 kCi of 131I.[22] 😉

    Area 9
    Area 9 saw 115 nuclear test events incorporating 133 😉 detonations.
    In Area 9, the 74-kilotonne-of-TNT (310 TJ) “Hood” test on 5 July 1957, part of Operation Plumbbob, was the largest atmospheric test ever conducted within the continental United States; nearly five times larger in yield than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima. A balloon carried Hood up to 460 meters above the ground where it was detonated. Over 2,000 troops took part in the test in order to train them in conducting operations on the nuclear battlefield. 11 million Curies of Iodine-131 (131I) were released into the air.[22] Wow.

    Area 10
    Nuclear tests at Area 10 detonated 71 devices during 57 shots.
    The first underground test at NTS was the “Uncle” shot of Operation Jangle. Uncle detonated on 29 November 1951 within a shaft sunk into Area 10.
    The “John” shot of Plumbbob, on 19 July 1957, was the first test firing of the nuclear-tipped AIR-2 Genie air-to-air rocket designed to destroy incoming enemy bombers with a nuclear explosion. The 2-kilotonne-of-TNT (8.4 TJ) warhead exploded approximately three miles above five volunteers and a photographer who stood unprotected at “ground zero” in Area 10 to show the apparent safety of battlefield nuclear weapons to personnel on the ground.[23] The test also demonstrated the ability of a fighter aircraft to deliver a nuclear-tipped rocket and avoid being destroyed in the process. A Northrop F-89J fired the rocket.
    The “Sedan” test of Operation Storax on 6 July 1962, a 104-kilotonne-of-TNT (440 TJ) shot for the Operation Plowshare which sought to discover whether nuclear weapons could be used for peaceful means in creating lakes, bays or canals. The explosion displaced twelve million tons of earth, creating the Sedan crater which is 1,280 feet (390 m) wide and 320 feet (100 m) deep.

    Area 11
    Main article: Area 11 (Nevada Test Site)
    Nine test detonations were carried out at Area 11. Four of the tests were weapons safety experiments conducted as Project 56; they spread so much harmful radioactive material around the test sites that Area 11 has been called “Plutonium Valley”. As is the case with Area 1, background radiation levels make Area 11 suitable for realistic training in methods of radiation detection.[19]

    Area 12
    A 600-bed camp in Area 12 served as temporary housing to Mesa-region workers who didn’t want to commute back home
    The Rainier Mesa and Aqueduct Mesas within Area 12 held 61 nuclear tests, one of which involved two detonations.
    At 7,675 feet (2,339 m), the top of Rainier Mesa is the highest elevation within NTS. As of 2008, Area 12 was being used by the Office of Secure Transportation as a secure training facility.[24]

    Area 13
    There is no Area 13 within NTS, [heh,] though such a name is attached to a section of Nellis Air Force Range which abuts the northeastern corner of Area 15.[25] Project 57’s weapons safety test was conducted here on 24 April 1957, spreading particles emitting alpha radiation over a large area.[26] In 1981, the hundreds of thousands of cubic yards of contaminated soil of Area 13 were carried into NTS and stored at a waste facility. A 1998 reassessment of Area 13 found that buried metal debris exists in a landfill onsite. Data regarding Area 13’s fate are still under review.[19]

    Area 14
    This geologically isolated area has not been the site of nuclear detonation tests. Non-nuclear tests have taken place in Area 14, and MX missile deployment shelters have been assessed.

    Area 15
    The old, abandoned Crystal and Climax mines are found at Area 15. Three underground detonations took place in the area in the mid-1960s. Storage tanks hold contaminated materials, and two test sites remain in the area. The Hardhat-Piledriver site has a massive underground installation: “Piledriver” was an expensive Department of Defense test studying the survivability of hardened underground bunkers undergoing a nuclear attack.
    From 1964 to 1984, the Environmental Protection Agency operated a research farm in Area 15, including a 30-acre (120,000 m2) dairy farm and a herd of pigs.

    Area 16
    Area 16 hosted at least 4 detonations.[16]

    Area 17
    This area was not used for any detonations.[16] (Then what was it used for???)

    Area 18
    Area 18 hosted at least 2 detonations and includes the Pahute Airstrip.[16]

    Area 19
    Main article: Area 19
    Area 19 was the site of 36 tests, including high yield ones greater than one megaton in size. Tests were conducted at Area 19 from 1966 to 1992.
    Shot “Greenwater” awaits its fate in Area 19. Preparations for it lay abandoned until a decision is made.[18]

    Area 20
    Main article: Area 20
    Area 20 was used for 49 nuclear tests, beginning in 1965 with “Palanquin”, a part of Operation Whetstone. The final test was “Montello”, a treaty verification test, in 1991, part of Operation Sculpin.[3]

    Area 22
    Area 22 once held Camp Desert Rock, a staging base for troops undergoing atmospheric nuclear blast training; as many as 9,000 troops were camped there in 1955. Desert Rock Airport was enlarged to 7,500 ft (2,300 m). length in 1969 by the Atomic Energy Commission. It is a transport hub for personnel and supplies going to NTS and also serves as an emergency landing strip.

    Area 23
    The town of Mercury, Nevada lies within Area 23. The area is the main pathway to and from NTS test locations by way of U.S. Route 95. 😉 An open sanitary landfill is located to the west of Mercury, and a closed hazardous waste site abuts the landfill.

    Area 25
    Area 25 is the largest section of NTS, and has its own direct access from Route 95. 😉 The majority of Area 25 is composed of a shallow alluvial basin called Jackass Flats. No nuclear explosions have occurred within Area 25. Non-explosive nuclear tests were carried out at various sites: Project Pluto was tasked with engineering a nuclear ramjet engine, and the NERVA Program designed a nuclear rocket engine at the Nuclear Rocket Development Station (NRDS). Both projects were successful, but other technologies were selected instead. On 8 December 1962, President John F. Kennedy came to Area 25 to gauge the progress of the nuclear rocket engine program.[20]
    The Rock Valley Study Area, at the southern boundary of Area 25, was used for studies of radiation in a desert ecosystem, starting in 1960.
    High-level radioactive materials handling studies were carried out at the Engine Maintenance Assembly and Disassembly (E-MAD) building.
    The BREN Tower currently stands within Jackass Flats, where it was moved after 1963 for the High Energy Neutron Reaction Experiment (HENRE) series.
    A “Treatability Test Facility” was established in Area 25 to study the physics of decontaminating soil containing plutonium or uranium.
    Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository studies are being conducted at the site of earlier NRDS work. Yucca Mountain extends into Area 25.

    Area 26
    Area 26 is the most arid section of NTS. An old abandoned mine, the Horn Silver Mine, was used for waste disposal between 1959 and the 1970s; some of the waste is radioactive. Water flow past the shaft could pose a human health risk, so corrective action has been planned.[27]
    In Area 26, there were some tests related to Project Pluto; those buildings have been used recently as mock reactor facilities in the training of first responders. No nuclear explosions were ever generated at Area 26.

    Area 27
    No nuclear detonations have occurred at Area 27. The section contains underground storage bunkers as well as assembly bays and lab space. The Super Kukla Reactor Facility was built in Area 27; it’s now entombed in place.[28]
    The Joint Actinide Shock Physics Experimental Research (JASPER) facility was installed in Area 27, beginning in April 1999 when a former weapons assembly complex was decommissioned and repurposed to house the JASPER two-stage high-energy shock gun. By September 1999, facility modifications were finished,[29] and in April 2003, all qualification testing using non-nuclear materials was complete.[30] By May 2007, a series of tests comparing new plutonium weapons pits with old ones had confirmed that the plutonium cores in US weapons stockpiles were less subject to deleterious aging effects than previously anticipated.[31]

    Area 28
    Area 28 no longer exists; it was absorbed into Areas 25 and 27. ???

    Area 29
    The rugged terrain of Area 29 serves as a buffer between other areas of NTS. A helipad is present at Shoshone Peak.

    Area 30
    The town of Mercury, Nevada is located on the grounds of the NTS, and at one time housed contingents from Los Alamos National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and Sandia National Laboratories. Area 51 and the proposed high-level nuclear waste storage facility at Yucca Mountain are located nearby. The BREN Tower, a 1,527-foot (465 m) high guyed tower originally for radiation experiments with an unshielded reactor simulating the amounts of radiation received by survivors from Hiroshima and Nagasaki, is located in the NTS at Jackass Flats.

    Cultural history

    Yucca Mountain and surrounding lands were central in the lives of the Western Shoshone and Southern Paiute peoples, who shared them for religious ceremonies, resource uses, and social events and Yucca Mountain continues to be considered sacred by the Shoshone people living today.[6][7]

    The Southern Paiute traditionally lived in the Colorado River basin and Mojave Desert in northern Arizona and southeastern California including Owens Valley,[12] southern Nevada and southern Utah. Terminated as a tribe in 1954 under federal efforts at assimilation, the Southern Paiutes regained federal recognition in 1980. Many of these Paiutes traded with coastal tribes; for example. tribes of the Owens Valley have been proven to trade with the Chumash of the Central Coast, based upon archaeological recovery at Morro Creek.[13] A band of Southern Paiutes at Willow Springs and Navajo Mountain, south of the Grand Canyon, reside inside the Navajo Indian Reservation. These “San Juan Paiutes” were officially recognized as a tribe by the Bureau of Indian Affairs in 1980.
    The first European contact with the Southern Paiutes occurred in 1776 when fathers Silvestre Vélez de Escalante and Francisco Atanasio Domínguez encountered them during an attempt to find an overland route to the missions of California. Before this date, the Southern Paiute suffered slave raids by the Navajo and the Utes. The arrival of Spanish and later Euroamerican explorers into their territory increased slave raiding by other tribes. In 1851, Mormon settlers strategically occupied Paiute water sources, which created a dependency relationship. But, the presence of Mormon settlers soon ended the slave raids, and relations between the Paiutes and the Mormons were basically peaceful. This was largely because of the diplomacy efforts of the Mormon missionary Jacob Hamblin. The introduction of European settlers and agricultural practices (most especially large herds of cattle) made it difficult for the Southern Paiutes to continue their traditional lifestyle, as it drove away the game and reduced their ability to hunt, as well as to gather natural foods.

    Cycle cycle cycle…

    • Maya point is that this nuclear unfoldment has roots here – we are especially karmically culpable here in the MonKEY region. If there’s nooledge to be gained on how best to understand how oUR efforts at enacting the noospheric chip will be “tested” within this nuclear op/poR/tun(i)ty (catastrophe) that is, we need to noo the egoistic Gene/sis with a galactic perspective. And question the “official story” when oUR hearts noo something is fishy…we can use the imaginal realm – we can change the story. Hado is true. We are Cosmic Vibratory Roots. Imbue yoUR aligned, cooperative mayand with pURe thoughts. Dance and sing and share yoUR vision. The sea is oUR amniotic sac. It will be interesting if it breaks. What then might be born?

      Love,
      C

  4. “The first European contact with the Southern Paiutes occurred in 1776”

    dunno about contact but they surely heard about ‘cabeza de vaca’ who was considered a healer and unleashed many a potlatch like movement of goods from one village to the next … many stayed with him, their numbers growing into richer and dwindling into poorer areas, he must have past south of them, experienced slavery for years in the South-East.

    one of the most riveting reads i ever found on the net

    Cabeza de Vaca’s
    Adventures in the Unknown Interior of America

    [1542]
    Translated and Annotated by Cyclone Covey

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