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Turns of Phrase

I post the following mainly because I liked a few turns of phrase in the quoted paragraph.
On August 27, 1998 - a gamma and X-ray burst bombards Earth , from a collapsed magnestar. Scientists speculate that similar X-ray cosmic blasts may have been the cause of species extinction and fast new stages of evolution, such as the beginning of the Cambrian period 540 million years ago. The Galactic Center exists in eternal samadhi or bliss. High frequencies are slowly building in Earth, especially in 2D ( the breadth of our 1st chakra - from our coccyx root to the center of Earth's crystalline core ) which is transmuting humans in 3D into silica based creatures. Our galactic center pulses out nuclear waves of energy which are received by the 7D galactic information highways of light. As humans we obtain samadhi by opening our Crown chakras. Since 1998, samadhi waves have been increasing exponentially, which is radically altering nature. Higher dimensions observe our world becoming radiant. Attempting to cope with this force, many individuals and groups are becoming obsessed with apocalyptic beliefs. This is dysfunctional as the real need today is to value life and its powers of transmutation. What is left of Earth's biological intelligence will pass through a Black Hole in 2012 . This "Black Hole" is also a biological singularity. This winnowing of life that is valued by human love prepares us for the next stage of human evolution.

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Oct. 19th, 2007 08:29 pm (UTC)
I'll stick with just one topic: What is a "samadhi wave," and how do you detect and quantify it? The quoted paragraph does say "increasing exponentially," which infers discrete quantity, and "altering nature," which infers visible effects. So let's hear how it's done!
Oct. 20th, 2007 12:24 am (UTC)
If I thought that applying strategic pressure to this stuff would yeild some lucid exposition, and if I had to choose just one bit from the quoted paragraph, I'd bear down on, "Higher dimensions observe our world becoming radiant."

To each his own.
Oct. 19th, 2007 08:49 pm (UTC)
when you read pseudo-scientific texts don't forget to seek for:
1. Thesis
2. Prediction (optional)
3. Experimental data/ proof
4. References
Oct. 20th, 2007 04:09 pm (UTC)
Turn of Phrase
This piece fails on all counts. Still, I enjoyed some of the turns of phrase. Kinda like almost meaningful song lyrics that repeat themselves in your mental chatter giving a semblance of coherent narrative and unifying framework for your experiences but which dissolves into vagaries, truisms and ambiguities if closely scrutinized.
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