Friday, February 21, 2014 Thursday, August 15, 2013
mothernaturenetwork:

How one girl survived a brain-eating amoebaA combination of antifungal medications, body cooling and experimental cancer drugs helped the 12-year-old fight off the parasite.

mothernaturenetwork:

How one girl survived a brain-eating amoeba
A combination of antifungal medications, body cooling and experimental cancer drugs helped the 12-year-old fight off the parasite.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

So I’m reading about electrons and photons and the author posits that perhaps consciousness is contained in these tiny little units of life…  

While reading this it occurs to me that in the Quran, and perhaps other religious texts, it is said that God created three races: the Angels, Djinn, and Humans.  Humans are made of mud & clay, Djinn of smokeless flame, and Angels of light…

Photons are light’s most basic unit, and perhaps existed before all else…

Electrons, when separated from atoms, form a plasma… Plasma is essentially “smokeless flame”…

Friday, February 15, 2013
azidahaka:

O Lion and Serpent! 
 ”The Leonocephalic God appears in many ancient civilizations - as Zurvan (according to a web search), as Ahriman, and Mithra too and perhaps even as a form applicable in Thelema to Baphomet. - The symbol of the lion and the coiled serpent have a universal perhaps archetypal significance - it reminds me always of the Kundalini Serpent and the Will” by *buechnerstod 

azidahaka:

O Lion and Serpent!

 ”The Leonocephalic God appears in many ancient civilizations - as Zurvan (according to a web search), as Ahriman, and Mithra too and perhaps even as a form applicable in Thelema to Baphomet. - The symbol of the lion and the coiled serpent have a universal perhaps archetypal significance - it reminds me always of the Kundalini Serpent and the Will” by *buechnerstod 

vintagedarque:

Akhkharu, Michael W. Fordgreat book on vampyric sorcery, and i don’t mean twilight…to me, it’s an interesting source book for Ahrimanic yoga…and has quite a few interesting elements regarding the qliphoth, which is another interest/expertise of mine…

vintagedarque:

Akhkharu, Michael W. Ford
great book on vampyric sorcery, and i don’t mean twilight…
to me, it’s an interesting source book for Ahrimanic yoga…
and has quite a few interesting elements regarding the qliphoth, which is another interest/expertise of mine…

we-the-demonic:

Ahriman- Mazdean devil
Ahriman is thought to be the first personification of “the Devil” because Zoroastrians believed in a completely dualistic form of religion.

we-the-demonic:

Ahriman- Mazdean devil

Ahriman is thought to be the first personification of “the Devil” because Zoroastrians believed in a completely dualistic form of religion.

Monday, December 17, 2012
bluehellion:

I can’t breathe..

Ha! This demonstrates perception/occurring perfectly. To most humans, the device the bird is perched on occurs as a sex toy, but to the bird it occurs as a perch. In reality it is inherently neither. It is a relatively stable collection of molecules in the shape of a human penis - I’ve seen a number of things in life that look like a human penis, but I wouldn’t suggest they all be used as such…

bluehellion:

I can’t breathe..

Ha! This demonstrates perception/occurring perfectly. To most humans, the device the bird is perched on occurs as a sex toy, but to the bird it occurs as a perch. In reality it is inherently neither. It is a relatively stable collection of molecules in the shape of a human penis - I’ve seen a number of things in life that look like a human penis, but I wouldn’t suggest they all be used as such…

(Source: rex-manning-day)

Sunday, November 18, 2012
expose-the-light:

A multi-spectrum view of our galaxy. 

expose-the-light:

A multi-spectrum view of our galaxy. 

Friday, October 12, 2012
dailymedical:

520 Million Year Old Bug-Like Creature May Have Had the First Modern Brain
Scientists say that the recently discovered 520 million year old insect brain, the oldest brain ever discovered in an arthropod, is surprisingly complex for its age, and may be the earliest example on record of a modern brain structure.
Hailed as a “transformative discovery,” researchers said that the 3-inch-long fossilized extinct arthropod found in Yunnan Province, China, shows that insects evolved to have complex brains significantly earlier than previously thought.
Researchers said that the fossilized brain, which looks very similar to brains of modern insects, may provide a missing link that offers new insight on the evolutionary history of arthropods, a group of invertebrates that includes insects, spiders and crustaceans.
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dailymedical:

520 Million Year Old Bug-Like Creature May Have Had the First Modern Brain

Scientists say that the recently discovered 520 million year old insect brain, the oldest brain ever discovered in an arthropod, is surprisingly complex for its age, and may be the earliest example on record of a modern brain structure.

Hailed as a “transformative discovery,” researchers said that the 3-inch-long fossilized extinct arthropod found in Yunnan Province, China, shows that insects evolved to have complex brains significantly earlier than previously thought.

Researchers said that the fossilized brain, which looks very similar to brains of modern insects, may provide a missing link that offers new insight on the evolutionary history of arthropods, a group of invertebrates that includes insects, spiders and crustaceans.

Read more

Tuesday, October 9, 2012
mothernaturenetwork:

Gruesome parasitic wasps surprisingly diverseThe large number of wasps within the Central and South American forests indicates that they play a significant role in the breaking down of dead wood.

mothernaturenetwork:

Gruesome parasitic wasps surprisingly diverse
The large number of wasps within the Central and South American forests indicates that they play a significant role in the breaking down of dead wood.

Friday, September 7, 2012
dailymedical:

California’s Unspoken Health Problem: Brain Parasites
Sunnyvale, California is a town 40 miles outside of San Francisco, in the Bay Area. As in most of California, the weather is mild, and the winters are short, even sometimes warm. On December 20, Sara Alvarez took her youngest child for a walk in the park in town. As daylight faded, Alvarez lost feeling in her right leg, then her left foot. Her body became numb, and she became weak. At 10:15 pm, her husband drove her to a hospital in Redwood City, about 20 minutes away from their town. There, over the course of Christmas, doctors batted around diagnoses: tumor, cancer. Finally, Alvarez received a brain scan that revealed the truth: neurocysticercosis, a calcified tapeworm in her brain.
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dailymedical:

California’s Unspoken Health Problem: Brain Parasites

Sunnyvale, California is a town 40 miles outside of San Francisco, in the Bay Area. As in most of California, the weather is mild, and the winters are short, even sometimes warm. On December 20, Sara Alvarez took her youngest child for a walk in the park in town. As daylight faded, Alvarez lost feeling in her right leg, then her left foot. Her body became numb, and she became weak. At 10:15 pm, her husband drove her to a hospital in Redwood City, about 20 minutes away from their town. There, over the course of Christmas, doctors batted around diagnoses: tumor, cancer. Finally, Alvarez received a brain scan that revealed the truth: neurocysticercosis, a calcified tapeworm in her brain.

Read more