Remote Group Healing: Weekend of January 23, 2021 (1 Viewer)

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I had the great good luck to be on the water this weekend when the tide was turning. In that moment, an area that can be very turbulent and have strong flows was still; very, very still.
Whole flocks of birds were taking advantage of this and hanging out on the water, just floating there peacefully. It felt like everything was still. There are not many times outside of a total solar eclipse where I've felt that. Once the tides started up again one could see the effects in things that floated and I felt like I could feel a tug like the tides pulling on me as well. It was a very special place to be; both in the pull and in the stillness. For this week I propose a play with tidal forces and stillness.

Start by feeling the tugs pulling on you. I'm guessing I'll feel things like the various tugs on my time which have been pretty fierce recently, tugs from my body, demands on my attention, pulls of things I'd like to do more of (sitting back and read a good book until I'm done certainly comes to mind, lol!). Feel the tugs, be present to what effects they have on you, what can be learned from them.

Once present to whatever tidal tugs are there for you, try to find that stillpoint within them all; the place where they all come together and cancel each other out... or the eddy where none but the gentlest of swirls ever reach. In some ways I actually like the sounds of that second one even better, though I do feel that there is a special magic in the dynamics of tugs that cancel each other out. That feel very alive to me and full of possibility.

Then, if you're so inclined, let us know what you find in your place of stillness. I'm anticipating some surprises.

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Im in, trying to hit the time, but alas the kids are pushing bed time since we are in “isolation “ so might i might be in the cirkle with a 3 year Old running around ....
 
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Im in, trying to hit the time, but alas the kids are pushing bed time since we are in “isolation “ so might i might be in the cirkle with a 3 year Old running around ....
No worries; comes whenever you can:-D
 
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I am IN... much love from the Azores!
Will sent healing especially for the children
Oh, you're coming from the Azores. Please bring us some warm sunshine!
Very happy you can join us<3
 
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I figured I'd be sitting on my surfboard enjoying slack tide, but noooo. Turns out I began under the sea scuba diving and felt the tide cease. Then I came up to enjoy it at the surface. At that point, I fell asleep.
 
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As I checked in I felt some significant physical tugs and had some pretty significant movement (which I am very much in favor of).

Then, I saw a burning building which, aided by winged-looking beings was covered by the tide, stilled and became forgotten under deep water.
There were several related scenes and the message "Still waters hide many treasures" with images of places like Heracleion (https://www.livescience.com/66045-underwater-ancient-egypt-city-temple.html), the relatively shallow North sea coast where remains of towns have been found, the Caspian sea, the Caribbean, etc.
It was filled with images and meaning; I feel like I caught bits and pieces.

I wonder if I'll return to these scenes?
 
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A bit more to add to the above:

It feels worthwhile for us to place intention on finding these old undersea human habitations. For example, I was outlining how one could take map of the seas and check out areas which have relatively recently (only several thousands of years ago) been above water, changing the landscape entirely. In addition to the above mentioned places, some land bridges came to mind; eg the island chain between Australia + Indonesia, the Bering Strait between Alaska + Russia and other areas, which, as in the cases above, can bridge continents, becoming key points of contact for humans as well as flora + fauna.
It seems that understanding more of these would change our understanding of ourselves in ways that would help us grow.
So, making a map of such relatively shallow areas seemed an obvious place to start. Then, the endeavor of organizing and looking for civilizations lost under the sea could begin systematically.
Again, the emphasis lay on the first step being awareness of how important such a search is. The more of us doing so the easier and faster the search will go <3

It almost feels like a bit of homework with the task being imagining (sort of outlining in our imagination) the where, when, how, why, who etc of such a search, perhaps digging up and paying attention to old stories such as the ones Hailstones Melt seems to have a knack for; that kind of thing.
 

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I found this blog message to be very uplifting - we do NOT rely on just one Human to pull us through .....

Have a read, and enjoy! My favourites are the Guardian Dragon Races.

 
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The remains of another underwater city was discovered in the Gulf of Cambay, also known as the Gulf of Khambhat in India in the year 2000. Somebody has done a good job of describing the find at:


This is the Gulf near the famous river valley where the remains of the Indus Valley civilization (city of Harappa) have been excavated. But the submerged city appears to be much older.

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Thinking on this - The whole Land of Mu went under - most of Lemuria - which was maybe strings of islands, as we see in some of the archipelagos today. Land of Mu veterans! Arise!
 
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Well if you manage to visit Copenhagen between corona lifts - you Can all see a city - before it goes under water :)
Thats a terible sense of humor im sure you Can all appriciate - since i do live there... one more reason to move across the water to Sweden - the other one obviously the feminist ;) oh, im on a Roll try and stop me... but actually Sweden in the spring did not Wear masks and could move more freely ...
Oh and to round of, i put my daughter to bed and a chrystal on my Third eye and the wave that rushed in and rolled over me was one of friendship - from all of you and it made me cry.
 

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Thinking on this - The whole Land of Mu went under - most of Lemuria - which was maybe strings of islands, as we see in some of the archipelagos today. Land of Mu veterans! Arise!
20 000 years ago the sea level wat 120 m lower than now. between 10000 and 6000 BC you had 3 meltwater pulses that together made the water rise by about 80-90 meters. this is the origin of our flood stories. the oldest settlements they discovered are at the foot of the Himalaya and signify already a high level of organisation. they were not in fertile plains...
our historybooks tell a different story...

So indeed if you want to find history you have to dive deep ;).

land became ocean and ocean became land enough times in history I think. most land and ocean floors are plus or minus 2000-3000 meter of sea level.
Earths radius is 6000 km. Some small changes in earth currents are enough to change land into sea and vice versa. it is just a 0.05 % change of the radius of the earth:cool:
 

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A lot of Indonesia probably has many sunken, formally coastal cities.
Even Angar Wat was hidden for centuries in the forest... let alone under the sea!
And it's huuuge.
 
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If it was scientifically proved that the city was legitimate, then it would probably mean that the Vedic people, who resided in India, lived here as well. This would radically alter the model of origin and also greatly affect basic Indian history. Besides, world history would have to be altered, because the oldest civilization in the world would not (sic) be this Indian civilization instead of Sumerian or the Egyptians.
This feeling of needing to alter our histories felt strong + exciting.
 

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Owns a seperate tread i find, written by winner lost by the loosers, rest the distorted truth
 
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Owns a seperate tread i find, written by winner lost by the loosers, rest the distorted truth
Yes, and I guess we can reclaim these bits of this history written by whomever. With them, then, we can rewrite the narrative, closer to what occurred.
 
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Underwater divers have discovered naval structures, an ancient port and a Roman sea fortress off the coast of Syria at Tartus



Diving among the Ruins of Ancient Roman Fortress

Tartus city lies on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea bordered by the Syrian Coastal Mountain Range to the east, and Arwad, the only inhabited island on the Syrian coast is located only a few kilometers off the shore. The researchers said the ancient port was discovered in the territorial waters of Syria during the second field season of the Russian-Syrian Archaeological Mission that was launched on the Mediterranean coast on October 20 2019. The subsea expedition was organized by the Center for Marine Research and Technology of Sevastopol State University with the support of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation and the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences .

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