“I Am the life of the world: I am the sap in the trees, and the sweet water that lies beneath the children of matter.” ~ Manichean psalm

Chapter 4 – Earth

We have been given a garden to play in and experience our act of creation. We arrive connected, and a seed of intelligence encoded within. It is interesting that many of our invention are insights and refections of our inner workings.

By natureʼs design all of creation is made of self-similar patterns, which are fractal by design. This relationship also nurtures our nature, for example walnuts are good for our brain, avocados for the womb, and kidney beans for the kidney’s. The Master Mind of this design would call this form and function.

We are defines by the type of skin we swim in. As kin, treeʼs to people, spinesʼ are knotted and twisted by lifeʼs conditions; and veins channel life force energy be it rivers, leaves or your hand.

Nature also seems to cluster into collectives of similar vibrations, from eco-systems,ʼ to cultural bias. We think we are unique, and special, yet we live on this tiny speck in the universe. We should appreciate that variety is designed into all systems, as there is no one kind of anything.

One aspect that is common to all living conditions on earth is the Schumann resonance; this is earthʼs frequency. Our mind and heart beat to its pulse. We are in resonance with earthʼs vibration, hence why we have gravitated, and been magnetized to this gournd of existence.

In our relation – ship we should understand that what we do to earth, we do to ourselves.



Our Garden


Natures Intelligence

Patterns in Nature

The Fractal Body

Chemistry – Structure



Affects of Environments

Cycle in Nature

Growth Cycles

Schumann Resonances

Earths Magnetic Fields

Heart Math

Electric World

Cause and Affect



Form and Function

Balance in Nature



R. A. Robert Dursi

Johannes Kepler

Hotel Hilton

Gerald Pollack, Ph.D.

West Marrin, Ph.D.

John Keely

Jon DePew

Dale Pond

Mike Waters

The Kybalion

Jane Benyus

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