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Biologic architecture

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Biologic Architecture

The premise behind biologic architecture is that all life responds well to design that is in accordance with nature and avoids harmful materials and sharp corners which bleed capacitive charge. The ultimate goal of biologic architecture is to create fractal charge fields that are implosive in nature and encourage life, positive DNA resonance and charge implosion. An ideal example of this concept is found in a rose’s petals, which unfold along the golden mean ratio and are fractal, meaning that they are capable of infinite non-destructive interference and attract charge inward towards the center causing implosion (the electrical principle of life itself).

http://www.goldenmean.info/architecture/

Definition of the word ‘Sinister’

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sin·is·ter

adjective /ˈsinistər/

Giving the impression that something harmful or evil is happening or will happen
– there was something sinister about that murmuring voice
Wicked or criminal
Of, on, or toward the left-hand side (in a coat of arms, from the bearer’s point of view, i.e., the right as it is depicted)


Manly P. Hall on Astro-Theology

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Fort Bourtange

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Fort Bourtange

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Bourtange

Etymology of the word ‘Black’

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black (adj.) Look up black at Dictionary.comO.E. blæc “dark,” from P.Gmc. *blakaz “burned” (cf. O.N. blakkr “dark,” O.H.G. blah “black,” Swed. bläck “ink,” Du. blaken “to burn”), from PIE *bhleg- “to burn, gleam, shine, flash” (cf. Gk. phlegein “to burn, scorch,” L. flagrare “to blaze, glow, burn”), from root *bhel- (1) “to shine, flash, burn;” see bleach.

Here we have a good example of a root word *bhel producing  polar-opposite meanings, as the same root produced O.E. blac “bright, shining, glittering, pale.

taken from –

http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=black&allowed_in_frame=0

Meaning of the name Ari

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Albanian ‘Ari’ is a male first name that means “lion”(the animal) or at times used for the meaning of “gold”.

Ari (Numbers 24:9) or Aryeh (2 Samuel 17:10) is the Hebrew for “lion

Ari or Aris is a common shortened version of the Greek names AristotleAriadne, (Arianna)AriettaAristidesAristarchusAristomenesAristobulosAristoxenosAristosAristophanes,Aristea, and others, the majority of which are compounds of the adjectival superlative áristos, “best”. They are also modern Greek transliterations for Ares, the god of war and the name for the planet Mars.

In German, “Ari” is a masculine name and means “eagle“.[3]

Old Norse ‘Ari’ is a somewhat common name meaning “Eagle” or “fast flying one”. Etymologically closely related to the Icelandic word “ör” (arrow)

taken from –

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ari_(name)

Oldest Lion statue

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Found in Germany in 1939, the Löwenfrau of the Hohlenstein Stadel, an anthropomorphic lion figure made of mammoth ivory has been carbon-dated as 32 000 years old.

taken from the excellent blog –

http://ingoodfaith.wordpress.com/2010/02/05/worlds-oldest-art-music-and-religious-artifacts/

Etymology of the word ‘Arctic’

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Arctic (adj.) Look up Arctic at Dictionary.comlate 14c., artik, from O.Fr. artique, from M.L. articus, from L. arcticus, from Gk. arktikos “of the north,” lit. “of the (constellation) Bear,” from arktos “bear; Ursa Major; the region of the north,” the Bear being a northerly constellation. From *rkto-, the usual I.E. base for “bear” (cf. Avestan aresho, Armenian arj, Albanian ari, L. ursus, Welsh arth); see bear (n.) for why the name changed in Germanic. The -c- was restored from 1550s. As a noun, “the Arctic regions,” from 1560s.

taken from –

http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=Arctic&allowed_in_frame=0

Etymology of the name Arthur

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Bear

 

Arthur Look up Arthur at Dictionary.commasc. proper name, from M.L. Arthurus/Arturus, from Welsh arth “bear,” cognate with Gk. arktos, L. ursus (see Arctic).

taken from –

http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=Arthur&allowed_in_frame=0

Xavier Guichard and his alaise lines

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Xavier Guichard

‘Guichard claimed to have discovered two prehistoric ‘rose des vents’ covering France and extending into other parts of Europe, based on 24 landscape alignments (corridors of incidence), all orientated so as to pass through a common centre-point (called Alaise). Secondly, he identified three European ‘root’ names;BurgosAntium, and Alaise, which he believed (similar to his UK counterpart, Alfred Watkins) had different meanings associated with ancient mineral sources and trade, but more controversially, that the ‘Alesian‘ locations had been placed according to their longitude and latitude.’

‘Alaise was the hub of an archaic, yet very precisely surveyed, radial system of 24 ley lines which emanated from Alaise, in all directions, one ley line every 15 degrees of 360, and along these ‘ley-lines’ were also located ancient settlements named with etymological affinity to the town-name of the ley line system’s hub, Alaise...’

taken from –

http://www.ancient-wisdom.co.uk/xavierguichard.htm

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