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Roots…and who is Watching Al’ Giza?

February 9, 2011

Greetings,

Strange days. Strange days indeed.

Like days out of time. And how Chronos is flying eh? Hurtling along. Such a sped up feeling to everything. Watching events unfold in Egypt and notice that a senior Google Executive is now the revolutionary touch-stone for the generation. Really, what a co-incidence. Next thing we know, Mr. Orkut will be running for the presidency of Turkey. Something smells and it’s definitely not roses.

And Egyptian youth, like moths to the fire of Revolution, especially of the Vive le Revolution kinds. The stage management, the social engineering, the classic Problem-reaction-Solution complex.

Like moths to a flame and the moths always get burned. Always. Without exception, if they are allowed close enough, they die. Such is the nature of fire. Violent revolutions are born of fire. And a fire needs fuel. Not to make too fine a point of this, or belabour the point for that matter (now that I am belabouring it)….violent revolutions always consume. usually youth. A terrible waste. A terrible, terrible waste.

Forgotten in the haste and the waste and the madness is where Egypt (or Sudan or Syria….) came from.

Who is watching Al’ Giza?

Who is opening the floodgates of the Aswan so the Nile may flow and flood again as is it’s wont.

Kill a river kill a civilization, quite simple really.

Look at the holy Ganges. holy indeed. And filthy beyond belief. Choking up on human and industrial filth. Damned. Channeled. Canaled.

Look at every major river system in the world. The civilization defining ones…

The Nile: Aswan Dammed

The Ganga: Twice Dammed and ruined

The Yangtze : Three Gorged to Death

The Saraswati: Disappeared… such a sign

The Colorado River  :  Hoovered…. in the Black Canyon at that…fitting.

The list is endless.

So who is going to set the Nile free and live with it’s moods?

That is where the focus should go.

And Al’ Giza. Surely a density point for the planet if there ever was one. What is going on there right now? Anyone paying attention? I just got the know recently that it the Great Pyramid) is at the center of the earth’s mass. Almost exactly. Some dots begin to connect, yes?

Civilizational, revered, deified, loved, paened, mighty, kind, massive, Perfect, mysterious, injured……

Such a fitting set of attributes for the Great Pyramid and the Nile, yes?

All of these things that we battle and revolve and die over mean naught in the big picture. Dis-tractions. If we return to where the place (of which we are, completely) draws it’s power, we will re-discover that within or selves.

These are our new gods…

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All of those adjectives, I can apply to the human species too…..civilizational, revered, deified, loved, paened, mighty, kind, massive, Perfect, mysterious, injured……..

Add forgetting. Forgetting. For-getting. See that?

So, I’ll ask again, who is watching Al’Giza? And who is setting the Nile free?

it need to be done here in India as well. And the America. And China.

Roots, find them… 😉

6 Comments leave one →
  1. Jan permalink
    February 10, 2011 10:23 am

    Hai V. While adjusting my ‘antennas’ these last few weeks (maladjusted for about 50 yrs), I discovered ORI, and thus you. Reading your posts affirms a lot of what was (already) in the back of my head. Combining it with thoughts of other transmitters (or should I say e-mitters)on the same wavelength, washes all from the backroom to the front. Not front as in frontline, but more like a line of defense. The surf washes away the dust gathered over the years at the same time, like (or also) noise and static being filtered out. Thanks for sharing V.!
    Looking foreward to your next transmission

    • February 10, 2011 1:27 pm

      Glad to have you here Jan.

      Please dig around the older posts. This blog is definitely not temporal.
      Glad to hear the antenna re-adjust is having positive effects.

  2. Jan permalink
    February 12, 2011 1:04 pm

    Hello V. I aleady did (read, and reread, all of ‘m) in order to stay tuned. Today I also came across ZH, in which you referred to your A-ha!-post. It reminded me of something I read a while ago on a blog by someone who lives moneyless, for the last 10 (!) years. It’s a quote from a nativel American named Lakota Sage Lame Deer. I like to share it with you and the other readers:

    ‘Before our white brothers came to civilize us we had no jails. Therefore we had no criminals. You can’t have criminals without a jail. We had no locks or keys, and so we had no thieves. If a man was so poor that he had no horse, tipi or blanket, someone gave him these things. We were too uncivilized to set much value on personal belongings. We wanted to have things only in order to give them away. We had no money, and therefore a man’s worth couldn’t be measured by it. We had no written law, no attorney or politicians, therefore we couldn’t cheat. We were in a really bad way before the white man came, and I don’t know how we managed to get along without the basic things which, we are told, are absolutely necessary to make a civilized society.’

    Roots… find them, un-cover them

    • February 12, 2011 2:06 pm

      Awesome Jan, that is such an ironic and awesome quote. Thanks for sharing it.

      Them Indians on the other side sure had some wisdom. 🙂

  3. Tambora permalink
    February 18, 2011 6:56 pm

    Lakota Sage Lame Deer. I like to share it with you and the other readers:

    ‘Before our white brothers came to civilize us we had no jails. Therefore we had no criminals. You can’t have criminals without a jail. We had no locks or keys, and so we had no thieves. If a man was so poor that he had no horse, tipi or blanket, someone gave him these things. We were too uncivilized to set much value on personal belongings. We wanted to have things only in order to give them away. We had no money, and therefore a man’s worth couldn’t be measured by it. We had no written law, no attorney or politicians, therefore we couldn’t cheat. We were in a really bad way before the white man came, and I don’t know how we managed to get along without the basic things which, we are told, are absolutely necessary to make a civilized society.’

    –That’s why they were conquered.

    Only the Uber-race will survive in the coming war, and al Giza, along with anything else the uber-race didn’t build, will be moved, brick by brick, to Washington just like the Ark of Covenant in the Raiders of the Lost Ark which still sleeps in some unknown military vault in Virginia.

    • February 18, 2011 8:19 pm

      Interesting Tambora. And great quote, I saw it recently on another site and wanted it shared. Thanks.
      And interesting final paragraph. Any links/reading to back that up?

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