SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - FROM THE BEGINNING
SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - BIRTHING PLANET EARTH
SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - BALANCING THE EARTH
The Copernican Model:
A Sun-Centered Solar System
The Earth-centered Universe of Aristotle and Ptolemy held sway on Western thinking for
almost 2000 years. Then, in the 16th century a new idea was proposed by the Polish astronomer Nicolai Copernicus (1473-1543).
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That ancient astronomers could convince themselves that this elaborate scheme still corresponded
to "uniform circular motion" is testament to the power of three ideas that we now know to be completely wrong, but that were
so ingrained in the astronomers of an earlier age that they were essentially never questioned:
- All motion in the heavens is uniform circular motion.
- The objects in the heavens are made from perfect material, and cannot change their intrinsic
properties (e.g., their brightness).
- The Earth is at the center of the Universe.
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A Sense of Time and Scale
Our modern perception of the Universe has been drastically reshaped from the corresponding perception of only
a few hundred years ago.
Changing Perceptions of the Universe
Our understanding of the Universe with respect to it size, temporal duration, the kinds of events that take
place in it, and the kinds of objects that it contains has undergone serious revision in the last few centuries:
- Only in the last 400 years or so have we realized that the earth is not the "center", and that the Universe is immense.
- The Sun would hold 1.3 million Earths.
- There are 200 billion "Suns" in a galaxy like our own Milky Way Galaxy.
- Astronomers can see billions of galaxies.
- We don't know whether the Universe has an "end" or not; we are not completely sure even of the full meaning of the question.
- Only in the last 50 years have we realized that the Universe is not static.
***NOTES FROM SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - THIS MEANS THERE HAS BEEN NO MAGTIC GRID THAT I FIRST CREATED
FOR THE LAST 50 YEARS
SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - STATIC MAGNETIC GRID
SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - NO STATIC UNIVERSE
THE MOTHER'S OF DARKNESS IS THEIR EFFORT TO BECOME LIKE ME AND TAKE MY PLACE WITH THE FATHER HAVE DESTROYED
THE GRID WITH THE ONE MADE AT THE LAWRENCE LABS I WAS TOLD THIS BY 2 DIFFERENT WOMEN WHO WORKED THEIR WHILE FALSELY
IN PRISONED IN SANTA RITA MAY 2004
- The entire Universe is expanding.
- Events of fantastic violence take place in the Universe.
***NOTES FROM SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - BECAUSE OF THE ELECTRIC GRID IT HAS DESTROYED MY ABILITY TO STOP
THE ABOVE FROM HAPPENING WITH MY MAGNETIC GRID AND THE PULL I HAVE TO STOP BAD THINGS FROM HAPPENING
WITH THE HELP OF MY JESUS CHRIST CREW WHO HELP JUMP START THE GRID I JUST SNAP MY FINGERS AND I CAN
GET IT TO RAISE BACK UP
THE MERCURY POURS FROM A HOLE IN MY HEART JUST LIKE THE JESUS CHRIST CREW
SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - SNAP
SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - EARTH'S MAGNETIC GRID
- In the last half-century we have come to believe that the Universe contains objects that are truly bizarre as measured
in human terms.
- Neutron Stars and Pulsars
- Black Holes
- Exploding and Colliding Galaxies
****NOTES FROM SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - THE ABOVE SHOULD NEVER BE HAPPENING
- Only in the last 200 years have we begun to appreciate the age of the Universe.
- The Universe is probably 10-20 billion years old.
- Our Solar System is probably 4-5 billion years old.
***NOTES FROM SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - THE UNIVERSE IS 35,000,000 YEARS OLD
Thus, the Universe of the modern astronomer would be largely unrecognizable to her counterpart from a few centuries
ago. We can only speculate whether our present understanding of the Universe will appear as quaint 400 years from now as the
views from 400 years ago appear to us.
A Sense of Scale
If the solar system were the size of a table, the Andromedae Galaxy would lie at 10 times the distance to the
moon and the most distant galaxies would lie at 60 times the distance to the Sun.
***NOTES FROM SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - THERE IS NO MORE ANDROMEDAE GALAXY IT WAS DESTROYED
BY THE MOTHER'S OF DARKNESS THEY WOULD USE THIS GALAXY FOR TARGET PRACTICE THEY DID THIS WITH THE USE OF TO MUCH MAGICAL SEMEN
AND MERCURY SEEDS THEY STOLE FROM ME - THE SEEDS OF LIFE THEIR DNA LEVEL WENT PASS 12 STRAND AND THEY BECAME MONSTERS
A Sense of Time
If we were to compress the time since the Big Bang into one year, and make the time of the Big Bang January
SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - BIG BANG ACTION
The Earth was formed in mid-September.
The mammals appeared on December 26.
All human prehistory (from the first known stone tools) and history have occurred in the last 1/2 hour of
New Year's Eve.
Thus, all of human history is but a fleeting instant on the cosmic timescale.
SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - PICS - GAEA
Gaea or Ge (mythology),
in Greek mythology, the personification of Mother Earth, and the daughter of Chaos. She was the mother and wife of Father Heaven, who was personified as Uranus. They were the parents of the earliest living creatures: the Titans; the Cyclopes; and the Giants, or Hecatoncheires (Hundred-Handed Ones). Fearing and hating
the Giants, despite the fact that they were his sons, Uranus imprisoned them in a secret place on earth, leaving the Cyclopes
and Titans at large. Gaea, enraged at this favoritism, persuaded her son, the Titan Cronus, to overthrow his father. He emasculated Uranus, and from his blood Gaea brought forth
the Giants and the three avenging goddesses the Erinyes. Her last and most terrifying offspring was Typhon, a 100-headed monster, who, although
conquered by the god Zeus, was believed to spew forth the molten lava flows of Mount Etna.
SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - BALANCING THE EARTH
Etymologically Gaia is a compound word of two elements. Ge, meaning "Earth", is found in many neologisms, such as Geography (Ge/graphos = writing about Earth) and Geology (Ge/logos = words about the Earth). *Ge
is a pre-Greek substrate word that some relate to the Sumerian Ki, also meaning Earth. Aia is a derivative of an Indo-European stem meaning "Grandmother".
The full etymology of Gaia would, therefore, appear to have been "Grandmother Earth" . Some sources, such as anthropologists James Mellaart, Marija Gimbutas and Barbara Walker, claim that Gaia as the Mother Earth is a later form of a pre-Indo-European Great Mother who had been venerated in Neolithic times, but this point is controversial in the academic community. Belief in a nurturing Earth
Mother is often a feature of modern Neopagan "Goddess" worship, which is typically linked by practitioners of this religion to the Neolithic
goddess theory. For more information, see the article Goddess.
Hesiod's separation of Rhea from Gaia was not rigorously followed, even by the Greek mythographers
themselves. Modern mythographers like Karl Kerenyi or Carl A. P. Ruck and Danny Staples, as well as an earlier generation influenced by Frazer's The Golden Bough, interpret the goddesses Demeter the "mother," Persephone the "daughter" and Hecate the "crone," as understood by the Greeks, to be three aspects of a former Great Goddess, who could be identified as Rhea or as Gaia herself. Such tripartite goddesses are also a part of Celtic mythology and may stem from the Proto-Indo-Europeans. In Anatolia (modern Turkey), Rhea was known as Cybele, a goddess derived from Mesopotamian Kubau, Hurrian Kebat or Kepa. The Greeks never forgot that the Mountain Mother's ancient home was Crete, where a figure some identified with Gaia had been worshipped as Potnia Theron (the "Mistress of the Animals") or simply Potnia ("Mistress"), an appellation that could be applied in later Greek texts to Demeter, Artemis or Athena.
In Rome the imported Phrygian goddess Cybele was venerated as Magna Mater, the "Great Mother" or as Mater Nostri, "Our Mother" and identified with Roman Ceres, the grain goddess who was an approximate counterpart of Greek Demeter, but with differing aspects
and venerated with a different cult. Her worship was brought to Rome following an Augury of the Cumaean Sibyl that Rome could not defeat Hannibal the Carthaginian until the worship of Cybele came to Rome. As a result she was a favoured divinity of Roman legionaries, and her worship spread from Roman military encampments and military colonies.
In other cultures
The idea that the fertile earth itself is female, nurturing mankind, was not limited to the
Greco-Roman world. These traditions themselves were greatly influenced by earlier cultures in the Central area of the ancient Middle East. In Sumerian mythology Tiamat influenced Biblical notions of The Deeps in Genesis 1. The title "The mother of life" was later given to the Akkadian Goddess Kubau, and hence to Hurrian Hepa, emerging as Hebrew Eve (Heva) and Phygian Kubala (Cybele). In Norse mythology the Great Mother, the mother of Thor himself, was known as Jord, Hlódyn, or Fjörgyn. The Irish Celts worshipped Danu, whilst the Welsh Celts worshipped Dôn. Dana played an important part in Hindu mythology and hints of their names throughout Europe,
such as the Don river, the Danube River, the Dnestr and Dnepr, suggest that they stemmed from an ancient Proto-Indo-European goddess . In Lithuanian mythology Gaia - Žemė is daughter of Sun and Moon. Also she is wife of Dangus (Varuna). In Pacific cultures, the Earth Mother was known under as many names and with as many attributes
as cultures who revered her for example Māori whose creation myth included Papatuanuku, partner to Ranginui - the Sky Father. In South America in the Andes a cult of the Pachamama still survives (in regions of Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Argentina and Chile). The name comes from Pacha (Quechua for change, epoch) and Mama (mother). While ancient Mexican
cultures referred to Mother Earth as Tonantzin Tlalli that means "Revered Mother Earth".
In Indian religions, the Mother of all creation is called "Gayatri", a surprisingly close form of Gaia.
Only in Egyptian Mythology is the reverse true - Geb is the Earth Father while Nut is the Sky Mother.
Carl Gustav Jung suggested that the archetypal mother was a part of the collective unconscious of all humans, and various Jungian students, e.g. Erich Neumann and Ernst Whitmont have argued that such mother imagery underpins many mythologies, and precedes the image of the paternal "father", in such religious systems. Such speculations
help explain the universality of such mother goddess imagery around the world.
The Upper Paleolithic Venus figurines have been sometimes explained as depictions of an Earth Goddess similar to Gaia
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