posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 04:18 AM
I recommend taking a look at the sand-script. Perhaps those 4 circular shapes represent the volume of the `etheric` realms, as Ingo Swann mentions and
steps through in the simplest form at the International Remote Viewer Association Conference 2006 - `Human Super Sensitivities and the Future`.
Ironically the smaller volume of the ball looks to be about 7% that of the total of adding all 4 up, also interestingly, if I recall there are many
`etheric` plains, and the idea of entanglement and realms that do not exist in matter, or obervable reality (like that has been recently discovered in
q physics) can be found embedded in the language of the sandscript itself.
i.e. the complexity of the language and meanings are more adequate for explaining quantum physical properties, and intuitiveness via motor cortex.
To summarise, if these drawings are as old as 3000 years or more, its likely the makers and/or their culture would have had contact with this advanced
language and it may have had an effect in their actions... not many people would create big things like this unless they had a belief that there was
more in the universe than just matter.. say intention & intuitivity, and causality, higher properties that apply to matter, but are not necessarily
the matter themselves. i.e. holographic universe. Dr Edgar Mitchell work on PCAR, and universal evolution.
Including my own work on a General Theory Of Quantum Mechanical Properties in Observable Statistical and Evolutionary Systems. Which predicts that
making these shapes could not only represent conscious proccesses but reveal to us as to the nature of consciousness, historically, culturally and
To begin to understand this stuff I think it's important to understand the critical principia, of the vastly differing philosophy, mind and
consciousness which is present in complex languages, a psychological result versus performing tests an inadvertently large number of repeats or times,
this is interesting because q physics has rendered us the same set of interest, and i expect to find more signs in old literature from such older
cultures; whats significant is the scientific process itself of working out q physics is far from the idea of independent conscious thought
(overcoming chance), something that science, in quantum physics) can now accept as an 'existing thing', which is not 'defined or fully accounted
for' which is interesting because if scientists had adopted a linguistical/motor cortex approach they'd have likely learnt the same thing, but have
been about to account for it experiential-y, and thus drawn themselves to create these interestingly mathematical and dimensional arts.
So anyone looking at anything, based on any model, should consider that models constantly change based on language, culture, science. Thus,
communicating an immaterial concept in a material language, makes for the most of long winded approaches. In any case, repeating a test in a lab under
controlled conditions fails to meet the requirements of consciousness any way; so maybe the proportions of these rings is significant, maybe it
represents something important enough to merit it, much like the sand script details of many 'plains' of existance so so long ago.
[edit on 30-8-2009 by 7redorbs]