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originally posted by: deadeyedick
So what happens when one adds apples and cinnamon to the mix? What would you add and what would the benefit be?
It is likely no one will know what i am speaking of but some may if they are true to their spirit. Give it your best shot even if you are lost.
Perhaps we can call on haggard to help
originally posted by: Wifibrains
I will put this here for now, as your question has stirred up some kind of self generating response. Gushing with secrets of alchemy and transmutation of mind body and soul into cosmic onenes, a formulae for the solution will soon reveal itself out of the blue, I'm sure.
The concept is scientific and water is a key player, along with the other elements. I won't force them into a system but will let them play into the bigger picture of there own accord in there own time.
When the balance between the two solutions are identical, the water molecules can flow freely across the membranes with out any detrimental effects. Harmonious equilibrium.
The abyss of space is there, the body water is there, proof of concept is there. It's just a few choice words and an undeniable link between the two that need to fall into place.
In Buddhism, the "four great elements" (Pali: cattāro mahābhūtāni) are earth, water, fire
and air. Buddhism sometimes adds elements of space and consciousness, in Hinduism the fifth element is ether which relates directly to the 'Spiritual Sky' or Akash.
In classical thought, the four elements sometimes including a fifth element or quintessence.
In Buddhism the four great elements, to which two others are sometimes added, are not viewed as substances, but as categories of sensory experience.
The concept of the five elements formed a basis of analysis in both Hinduism and Buddhism. In Hinduism, particularly in an esoteric context, the four states-of-matter describe matter, and a fifth element describes that which was beyond the material world.
Distilled water is water that has many of its impurities removed through distillation. Distillation involves boiling the water and then condensing the steam into a clean container.
Dr John C. Lilly’s shamanic experiments within his Kings sarcophagus of a floatation tank, led him to suspect that we are living within a vast computer simulation, of which the science fiction author, Philip K. Dick also spoke of after his VALIS experience.
Lilly also stated that there exist nine conditions, of similarity to the ancient Egyptian Ennead of Heliopolis, which can be easily equated with the nine sephiroth of the Cabbala, whose symbolism may be describing the holographic universe.
The (phallic) fish is an ancient pre-Christian symbol of the shamans, which represents the amphibious (hypnagogic) state of trance ingress through a (superimposition) Stargate of a (binary) Vesica Pisces.
These (lemniscate vibrating strings) Stargates lead to the rest of the universe and beyond, as well as potentially allowing ingress into parallel universes within which exist alternate worlds.
The symbolism of the Vesica Pisces, symbol, describes hypnagogic trance intercourse, when the phallic fish of a shamans consciousness attains entry into the watery womb