Gaia Physiology

GAIA physiology

rough sketch of cross-section view of GAIA

Gaia as uterus/model of body
Mother Earth/Father Nature
Crystals: stems & flowers: points & masses; male & female…

Tulya is born/rests within the “Mothership” (the hollow octahedron) within the center of Gaia: layers, dimensions, and consciousness, all moving inwards…

At the infinite, innermost point within Tulya, all becomes One.

The crystals create a grid inside Gaia, as well as outside.

The “external”, remote universe represents the unknown, terrifying darkness; the surface and its activity represents the familiar, convenient world of separation and duality…

When on opposite sides of the outer surface of the globe, we all face outwards, away from one another, radiating our energy into the unknown.

When on “opposite” sides of the inner globe, we all face one another, seeing one another, across the sublime infinite of our hearts (the Mothership and Tulya).

4 thoughts on “Gaia Physiology

  1. Enneagrammatic circuit

    In particular, I appreciate how each symbol is represents a sensory experience in our awareness: touch, sight, thought, smell, etc. Also abundantly apparent is the idea that, “all roads lead to the source,” and in a completely non-linear way, all roads are already the source. Therefore, this “circuit” model is a representation of liberation beyond and within time. A three dimensional representation of what “4 dimensional” realization could be like. In a sense, if we allow it to be this model is also a “window” or “door” to infinity. It shows our journey in the linear experience of this three dimensional reality, and also displays “windows and doorways” through to infinity, in which all times are happening “now.”

    The “X” or “cross” symbol intersects at infinity, much as Gebser mentions that, “the paradox is the doorway to infinity.” If you have been looking for a good visual representation of “integral,” or mystical perceptions of reality, this might be a good one.


  2. lesleehare says:

    geez! I’m still trying to find all the pieces… did you notice the images of he accelerometer on the GEMMA site? Page 6…

  3. lesleehare says:

    I think they know more than they’re saying!
    Did you read the conclusions? No conclusions. Did you see the range of data from different other analyses? all over the chart… we’ve spent decades on the space program and know virtually nothign about what’s beneath our feet. Using a satellite to try and figure it out… incredible…

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