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Palöngawhoya, traveling throughout the earth, sounded out his call as he was bidden. All the vibratory centers along the earth's axis from pole to pole resounded his call; the whole earth trembled; the universe quivered in tune. Thus he made the whole world an instrument of sound, and sound an instrument for carrying messages, resounding praise to the Creator of all.
"This is your voice, Uncle," Sótuknang said to Taiowa. "Everything is tuned to your sound."
"It is very good," said Taiowa.
When they had accomplished their duties, Pöqánghoya was sent to the north pole of the world axis and Palöngawhoya to the south pole, where they were jointly commanded to keep the world properly rotating.
Pöqánghoya was also given the power to keep the earth in a stable form of solidness. Palöngawhoya was given the power to keep the air in gentle ordered movement, and instructed to send out his call for good or for warning through the vibratory centers of the earth.
"These will be your duties in time to come," said Spider Woman
Originally posted by iLoGiCViZiOnS
What science is unable to teach us many of the spiritual texts are able to fill in the blanks.
Originally posted by coolottie
reply to post by zorgon
Zorgon this sounds just like the sounds that are being recorded on another thread from around the US.
It is the same sound. There are so many strange things going on. Great thread, sure wish I could go there.
Originally posted by Rozetta9
Eventually, I discovered that it was ASPARTAME from drinking a diet soda each day affecting my nervous system, making me ultra hypersensitive to all vibrations and frequencies. I stopped the nutrasweet-poisoned foods, and soon stopped experiencing The Hum and some other intense vibrations as well. I came to the conclusion that the underlying Hum is Earth's vibrations.
Originally posted by Maxit
That cave does seem to me (but can't be sure 100%) a lot like a buddhist cave I visited some years agho in Southern Thailand not far from Hua Hin city, I don't remember the name but I think it is located ina national park (Sam Roi Et?). Also the small pagoda you can see doesn't seem to me very tibetan...
South of Hua Hin the scenery shifts to a coastal environment and some 25 kilometres south of Hua Hin is the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park (this means Mountain of 300 peaks). It covers 100 sq kilometres and its mixtrure of coves, caves, marshes, cliffs and mangroves is home to a variety of wildlife. Near to the park office is a steep path to a viewpoint (30 minute walk) but the reward is breathtaking. Within the park be sure to visit Sai, Kaeo and Phraya Nakhon caves, which offer fabulous underground formations.
Originally posted by Lilitu
This cave is NOT a Tibetan cave. It is the Phraya Nakhon Cave located at the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park in Thailand.
One of Tibet’s most important cave systems is the Guru Rinpoche complex 30 km southeast of Lhasa in the Yarlung Tsangpo river drainage. These caves range from small, artificial shelters that served as hermitage or meditation sites to large, deep, subterranean passages that contain altars, statues, and wall paintings made over the past 800 years.