Monday, July 10, 2017

Larimar the Blue Stone

  Larimar in Ancient Lore and Legend 
  Larimar is sometimes called Atlantis Stone in reference to an ancient prophet's declaration that Atlantis was once part of the Dominican Republic, a claim affirmed by various authorities in metaphysics. He further declared that what made Atlantis great was the beautiful blue stone that carried healing powers. Its description bears an uncanny resemblance to Larimar.
The larimar stone is one of the spiritual crystal healing stones.

Larimar (misspelled: lorimar), also called "Stefilia's Stone", is a rare blue variety of pectolite found only in the Dominican Republic, in the Caribbean. Its coloration varies from white, light-blue, green-blue to deep blue.
Larimar is quite a rare form of pectolite. 
Often mistaken for translucent turquoise or fine blue jade, larimar mirrors the beautiful waters that surround it's island of origin. The crystal vibration and unique blend of blue, teal, white and other colors have drawn many a people to it's door. 
It reflects the differing colors of the ocean, from deep to light shades of blue, and jade green, often sprinkled with white and gray colors from the clouds in the sky, and then peppered now and again with red is a most incredible site.
The Dominican Republic's Ministry of Mining records show that on 23 November 1916 Father Miguel Domingo Fuertes Loren of the Barahona Parish requested permission to explore and exploit the mine of a certain blue rock he had discovered. Pectolites were not yet known in the Dominican Republic and the request was rejected.
In 1974, at the foot of the Bahoruco Range, the coastal province of Barahona, Miguel Méndez and Peace Corps volunteer Norman Rilling rediscover Larimar on a beach. Natives, who believed the stone came from the sea, called the gem Blue Stone. Miguel took his young daughter's name Larissa and the Spanish word for sea (mar) and formed Larimar, by the colors of the water of the Caribbean Sea, where it was found. The few stones they found were alluvial sediment, washed into the sea by the Bahoruco River. An upstream search revealed the in situ outcrops in the range and soon the Los Chupaderos mine was formed.
In metaphysical work, the larimar stone reflects the symbolic meanings of its elemental origins. Related to the sea, it radiates with deep feelings of peace and tranquility, having the power to quell emotions. Water is the element of deep emotions, and the beauty of the Caribbean ocean represents a calm, transcendent place. Few human hearts are not opened to peace and serenity in the face of radiant blue waters.
The volcanic origin, and occasional red markings, enveloped in a sea of soft blue, gray, and white, are indicative of the power of larimar stone to quiet the 'red' emotions — jealousy, anger, rage, and hatred. The color white is connected with the element air, symbolizing larimar's connection with the spiritual, higher realms, and the mind. The blue and white together, imply that this gemstone bridges the emotions with the intellect.
Larimar is considered a spiritual healing stone, and even an earth healing stone, because of its ability to open to new dimensions, and open both individuals and the earth for evolution. 
Meditating with a larimar crystal illuminates an individual's spiritual path, bringing feelings of empowerment and precision of purpose. At the same time, it works to dissolve self-imposed restrictions. Any self-sabotaging energy is released, for the specific purpose of an elevation of consciousness. Larimar stone is also believed to bring angelic contact.

s a healing crystal for the mind and the body, larimar works on a foundational level. It helps one deal with stress, and the inevitable changes of life, by instilling a tranquil, harmonized serenity. This is an ideal gemstone for artists of any kind, as it promotes constructive thought, and a free-flow of creativity. The presence of larimar stone is also good for emotional distress and bipolar disorder. Its vibration will help to harmonize extremes and clarify actions.

Wearing larimar jewelry is a wonderful way to benefit from the healing energy of this stone. It is most effective when carried around for long periods of time, either worn as a necklace or ring, or even held in a pocket or purse.
It's believed that larimar stones naturally raise vibrations and enable one to connect with higher energy. It is a very powerful healing stone, which anyone who is interested can benefit from.

Larimar Physical Healing Energy

Larimar is particularly helpful for cartilage and throat conditions, and dissolves blockages of the head, neck and chest. It may also be laid on constricted joints or arteries.

As a reflexology tool, Larimar opens the acupressure/acupuncture meridians at the feet allowing for the recognition of which painful spots lead to which areas of the body in order to remove and clear the dis-ease.

Larimar is used to enhance alternative treatments, particularly those involving heat, light, and water.  It is an antidote to emotional extremes and helps ameliorate bipolar disorders.

Larimar relieves high blood pressure and stress-related illnesses, and may alleviate excessive Fire element energy such as infection, fever and inflammation. It may also be used to treat skin disorders aggravated by stress, such as hives, rashes, eczema and psoriasis.

Larimar Color Energy

Larimar utilizes soft Blue color energy. Blue crystals bring trust, faith, patience, and respect, lending the focus we need to become more sincere, act more responsibly, and become more trustworthy. Light blue crystals help us accept the life we have, develop patience, reconcile differences, or seek forgiveness. They're excellent for recovery efforts from addictions or destructive patterns, aid in curbing tempers, and help us become more dependable and cheerful. Light blue crystals also assist in dealing with grief, letting go of the past, and curing guilt.

Larimar also utilizes the energy of Turquoise. It is a fresh, welcome energy that moves us to serenity as new growth and life emerges. It brings hope, discovery and balance. Turquoise tempers excess, restores calm after a storm, relieves stress, and neutralizes extremes. It helps us moderate aggressiveness and deal with rage. It brings us back to center. In lighter shades, Turquoise energy promotes inner harmony and peace through spiritual understanding.

Blue Crystals Bring You Trust, Faith, Patience, and Respect.

Meditation with Larimar

Larimar effortlessly induces a deep meditative state, raising consciousness and harmonizing the body and soul to new vibrations. It dissolves the boundaries of spiritual self and allows one's true pathway in life to be revealed. Larimar facilitates angelic contact and communication with other realms.

In meditation, Larimar helps one see and release undesirable attachments, and to disconnect from unhealthy inner bonds to other people or beliefs which no longer serve the better good. It opens the pathway to the "divine stair of ascension" allowing one to leave behind obsolete past commitments.

Larimar is believed to channel ancient wisdom from Atlantis during meditation or sleep.

Larimar Spiritual Energy

Connected to the goddess energies of Sea and Sky, Larimar helps women to re-attune to their innate femininity and restore their connection with nature. It emanates vivaciousness, humor, and a sense of one's own power. It helps women to call upon the goddess within to fully manifest their highest purpose in life.  It assists men in connecting with their feminine, intuitive and receptive natures.

Larimar is useful in dimensional and cellular work, and is an excellent mineral for purging entities from one's environment and one's corporeal existence. It may also be used for gridding to bring serenity into an environment and to bring a message of loving energy to those of other worlds.  

Larimar is a stone for Earth healing. It represents peace and clarity, and emits an energy of healing and love. Placed on the earth, it counteracts earth energy imbalances and geopathic stress.

Larimar Chakra Healing and Balancing Energy

Larimar is a stone of tremendous benefit to the Throat Chakra, opening the way for clear communication and the ability to speak openly from the heart.

The Throat Chakra is the voice of the body, in essence, a pressure valve that allows the energy from the other chakras to be expressed. If it is blocked, or out of balance, it can affect the health of the other chakras. When the throat chakra is in balance and open, it allows for the expression of what we think and what we feel.

We can communicate our ideas, beliefs, and emotions, bringing our personal truth out into the world. We have an easy flow of energy within the body and spirit. The energy that springs upward from the lower chakras can continue its path enabling free expression and natural release. 

Larimar Emotional Healing Energy

Larimar assists in identifying self-imposed limitations and self-sabotaging behavior, especially toward martyrdom, and encourages taking control of one's life. It is particularly useful in admitting guilt, when guilty, and in bringing about a sense of peace in truthfulness.

Larimar is a powerful emotional cleanser and healer, especially for phobias, panic attacks, stress-related imbalances, and excessive anger or fear. It aids in breaking down the walls one has built around the heart for defense, and allows for emotional release and the clearing of deep emotional patterns. It helps one to reconnect to a previous, more natural state of playfulness and joyful childlike energy.

A highly effective stone of the Throat Chakra, Larimar assists in communicating emotions and boundaries in a way others can hear and accept. It teaches the respect, love and nurturing of oneself in order to have the resources to give these gifts to others. It is an excellent crystal for healers and caregivers.

Larimar Physical Healing Energy

Larimar is particularly helpful for cartilage and throat conditions, and dissolves blockages of the head, neck and chest. It may also be laid on constricted joints or arteries.

As a reflexology tool, Larimar opens the acupressure/acupuncture meridians at the feet allowing for the recognition of which painful spots lead to which areas of the body in order to remove and clear the dis-ease. \

Larimar is used to enhance alternative treatments, particularly those involving heat, light, and water.  It is an antidote to emotional extremes and helps ameliorate bipolar disorders. 

Larimar relieves high blood pressure and stress-related illnesses, and may alleviate excessive Fire element energy such as infection, fever and inflammation. It may also be used to treat skin disorders aggravated by stress, such as hives, rashes, eczema and psoriasis.



Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Oceans and the Environment

The. Most damaging for sea life are sonar testings in the water. Mostly done for and by the weapon complex. It is damaging for the fish water mamals and for the people. In the future all the technology will have the environment test for sustainability and we'll being of the planet. The large fishing ships are the second source of destruction of the oceans. Polution with oil and gases and and extraction from the water of large amounts of fish they did nothing to produce or maintain or care for to sell to markets that do not need the fish. Only people in close proximity of oceans and seas eat fish . Those that are further away eat produce that can be produced close to them. Trying to sell fish to people that are further away is a waist or greed or environmental destruction. Wager should regenerate from the oil polution and extraction. Oil companies should stop oil extraction from the seas and oceans.


Oceans are poluted with plastic sound electricity nuclear waiste, oil and garbage . Here are some measures the needs to be taken. Plastics in the oceans should be collected and burned in power plant that producing electricity for human use. Nuclear polutants should be removed from the water and used in scientific research. There should be a ban on dumping nuclear weapons and waste in the oceans. Sound waves testings are the most harmful for the wild life of the oceans. These testings should be stopped made public ware of them and the people responsible removed from their jobs. Points of sound wave tests could be identified using satellites even though they belong to the same countries that own the satelites. Garbage dumping in the ocean should be a thing of the past. Electrical tests with high frequencies in the water and air should stop. The public should be made aware of these polutants. There are people' names that are responsible for these decisions should me made public. A new Era that involve caring for nature and oceans and Animals is going to begin now. All new research should have a test against long term nature sustainability and improvement.

Friday, June 30, 2017

Enlil from Nibiru in the Sumerian Tablet from Nineveh sitting at British Museum In London

Translated by Zakaria Sitchin one of the 200 human on Earth that could translate cuneiform writings.

Enlil journey is depicted on an unusual circular clef tablet found in the ruins of Nineveh presently kept at British Museum in London.

The artifact provides a unique depiction of the heavens in which the route of a Enlil from his place to Earth is described both graphically and in words. It is divided into eight segments . The information about Enlil journey is found in a segment that is undamaged.

At the segment ' s margins stars and constelația are named indicating the celestial space is out there. The writings on the sides suggest landing instructions.

The segment ' s center a route is drawn connecting the pictographs for muntos planet to a segment of the skies familiar from Sumerian Astronomy as Earth location.

The route course take a turn between two planets whose Sumerian names stand for Jupiter and Mars. And the statement in Akkadian under the rute line clearly say "The god Enlil went by the planets".

There are seven of them, accurately counted since for anyone coming into our Solar system from its outer range Pluto would be the first planet, counted, Neptune and Uranus second and third, Saturn and Jupiter four and fifth Mars the sixth and Earth the seventh.

The University of Oxford and the Sumerian Tablets

Ashmore an museum of art and archeology in Oxford England traces it's beginning to the donation in 1683 by Elias Ashmore of twelve cart loads of antiquarian collectibles A Noah's Ark of rarities.

The original collection diversified and grew to become the official institution of the University of Oxford. Two pieces are of most importance to the history of mankind and both record the Deluge or alias Noah's Flood.

Catalogue as WB -62 and WB-444 by Stephen Langdon in Oxford Edition of cuneiform texts (1923). WB -444 is a rare prism backed clef known as the Sumerian king lists.

The initial portion of the prism list kings in five pre deluvial cities. But the prism text states that those kings began to reign only after the Deluge when kingship was lowered gain from heaven. The list of rulers name the first five cities in the same order as does the tablet CBS 10673.

The first city was Eridu and the leader Nudimmud The second Bad - Tibiara ( Nugig) The third Lara (Pabilsag ) The forth Sipper (Utu). The fifth city Shuruppak (Sud).

This are the cities of God's and four of their sites have been found and escavated these are places before Deluge. A Deluge date circa 13000 years ago at 10950 B.C.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Brooklin Museum, New York, USA (Part 1)

The Brooklyn Museum is an art museum located in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. At 560,000 square feet, the museum is New York City's third largest in physical size and holds an art collection with roughly 1.5 million works.

Located near the Prospect Heights, Crown Heights, Flatbush, and Park Slope neighborhoods of Brooklyn and founded in 1895, the Beaux-Arts building, designed by McKim, Mead and White, was planned to be the largest art museum in the world. The museum initially struggled to maintain its building and collection, only to be revitalized in the late 20th century, thanks to major renovations. Significant areas of the collection include antiquities, specifically their collection of Egyptian antiquities spanning over 3,000 years. African, Oceanic, and Japanese art make for notable antiquities collections as well. American art is heavily represented, starting at the Colonial period.

The roots of the Brooklyn Museum extend back to the 1823 founding by Augustus Graham of the Brooklyn Apprentices’ Library in Brooklyn Heights. The Library moved into the Brooklyn Lyceum building on Washington Street in 1841. Two years later the institutions merged to form the Brooklyn Institute, which offered exhibitions of painting and sculpture and lectures on diverse subjects. In 1890, under its director Franklin Hooper, Institute leaders reorganized as the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences and began planning the Brooklyn Museum.

The Museum remained a subdivision of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, along with the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and the Brooklyn Children's Museum until the 1970s when all became independent. Opened in 1897, the Brooklyn Museum building is a steel frame structure encased in classical masonry, designed by the famous architectural firm of McKim, Mead, and White and built by the Carlin Construction Company. The initial design for the Brooklyn Museum was four times as large as the actualized version; actualized plans reflect a compromise to the specifications of the New York City government.

 Daniel Chester French, the noted sculptor of the Lincoln Memorial, was the principal designer of the pediment sculptures and the monolithic 12.5-foot (3.8 m) figures along the cornice. The figures were created by 11 sculptors and carved by the Piccirilli Brothers. French also designed the two allegorical figures Brooklyn and Manhattan currently flanking the museum's entrance, created in 1916 for the Brooklyn approach to the Manhattan Bridge, relocated to the museum in 1963.

 By 1920, the New York City Subway reached the museum with a subway station; this greatly improved access to the once-isolated museum from Manhattan and other outer boroughs. The Brooklyn Institute's director Franklin Hooper was the museum's first director, succeeded by William Henry Fox who served from 1914 to 1934. He was followed by Philip Newell Youtz (1934–1938), Laurance Page Roberts (1939–1946), Isabel Spaulding Roberts (1943–1946), Charles Nagel, Jr. (1946–1955), and Edgar Craig Schenck (1955–1959).

Thomas S. Buechner became the museum's director in 1960, making him one of the youngest directors in the country. Buechner oversaw a major transformation in the way the museum displayed art and brought some one thousand works that had languished in the museum's archives and put them on display. Buechner played a pivotal role in rescuing the Daniel Chester French sculptures from destruction due to an expansion project at the Manhattan Bridge in the 1960s.

 Duncan F. Cameron held the post from 1971 to 1973, with Michael Botwinick succeeding him (1974–1982) and Linda S. Ferber acting director for part of 1983 until Robert T. Buck became director in 1983 and served until 1996. The Brooklyn Museum changed its name to Brooklyn Museum of Art in 1997, shortly before the start of Arnold L. Lehman's term as director. On March 12, 2004, the museum announced that it would revert to its previous name. In April 2004, the museum opened the James Polshek-designed entrance pavilion on the Eastern Parkway façade.[6] In September 2014, Lehman announced that he was planning to retire around June 2015.

 In May 2015, Creative Time president and artistic director Anne Pasternak was named the Museum's next director; she assumed the position on September 1, 2015

The Brooklyn Museum, along with numerous other New York institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History, and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, is part of the Cultural Institutions Group (CIG). Member institutions occupy land or buildings owned by the City of New York and derive part of their yearly funding from the City. The Brooklyn Museum also supplements its earned income with funding from Federal and State governments, as well as with donations by individuals and organizations.

In 1999, the museum hosted the Charles Saatchi exhibition Sensation, resulting in a court battle over New York City's municipal funding of institutions exhibiting controversial art, eventually decided in favor of the museum on First Amendment grounds.

In 2005, the museum was among 406 New York City arts and social service institutions to receive part of a $20 million grant from the Carnegie Corporation, made possible through a donation by New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Major benefactors include Frank Lusk Babbott.
The museum is the site of the annual Brooklyn Artists Ball which has included celebrity hosts such as Sarah Jessica Parker and Liv Tyler

American Art

The museum's collection of American art dates its first bequest of Francis Guy's Winter Scene in Brooklyn in 1846. In 1855, the museum officially designated a collection of American Art, with the first work commissioned for the collection being a landscape painting by Asher B. Durand. Items in the American Art collection include portraits, pastels, sculptures, and prints; all items in the collection date to between c. 1720 and c. 1945.

Represented in the American Art collection are works by artists such as William Edmondson (Angel, date unknown), John Singer Sargent's Paul César Helleu sketching his wife Alice Guérin (ca. 1889); Georgia O'Keeffe's Dark Tree Trunks (ca. 1946), and Winslow Homer's Eight Bells (ca. 1887). Among the most famous works in the collection are Gilbert Stuart's portrait of George Washington and Edward Hicks's The Peaceable Kingdom. The Museum also holds a collection by Emil Fuchs.