Mercury - The Messenger of Jupiter.

Feb 9, 2013

I Have Moved this Blog. Follow my New One.

 I have moved this blog to here Please feel free to follow me over at my regular blog now. I have some 130 followers on here and only about 10 there, would love to see some of you guys and girls following me again. Thanks and Peace

Feb 29, 2012

Mercury's Messenger - Last Transmission on this Blog


NOTE: Everyone I have gave the book I have told them to read Alan Abbadessa Green's forward... I agree with the 3 paragraphs (shown here) whole heatedly. 


Just cause we/me hang out in certain circles with certain people with certain theories (agendas/plans) should and does not make us part of their equation.

One of the other nicknames/Mask's 
I have wore are that of ZERO!

I still plan on going to NY on my own terms one day... cause when I was in an out patient mental institution there were statues/art that very much reminded me personally of Lady liberty...


(Heart of Glass?)

(The Sync Con Poster)

These are a few pictures (below) that were taken here in Baltimore the day I was was suppose to be on 'Radio 8 Ball'

(A heart/rocking chair. I really took my "inner journey" in 1999 when my father had a 7time bi-pass surgery on his heart and i had no friends or anyone to turn to.)

(Order Statue)


(People around a Edger Allen Poe Statue)

(Jan 31st is/was also my girlfriends Birthday. So we had a nice Dinner downtown.)

(A new Archetype I am gonna have to look up found me next to us in restaurant)

(Lion Statue)

(Peace Statue)

(On the side of a church where 666 use to be spray painted.)

(Shiva in the back of a restaurant.)

(A chart I conjured up via Syncromystism in 2010)

(I have come a long way since that book was printed lat year. At this point I think it's all Archetypal.)

Here is a chart I made as I was distancing myself from other peoples Synchronicity ("Individuating") and moving into other NOUNS!

Remember Synchronicity is not an exclusive party!

This blog is no longer in use besides for this introduction post. SO, to your left you can see and click on my two newest incarnations (BLOGS) to see what I am up to these days.

I have changed my MASK (As we all do with screen names and nick names and such) many times. 

I sometimes like to wear the "Mask/Persona/Archetype" of 'the Sun' as we all do consciously or not (SEE VIDEO)...

 The Sun is an A G-type main-sequence star called a yellow dwarf, or G dwarf star, is a main-sequence star of spectral type G and luminosity class V. 

A G V star is in the process of converting hydrogen to helium in its core by means of nuclear fusion. Our Sun is the best known (and most visible) example of a G V star. Each second, it fuses approximately 600 million tons of hydrogen to helium, converting about 4 million tons of matter to energy. Besides the Sun, other well-known examples of G-type main sequence stars include Alpha Centauri A, Tau Ceti, and 51 Pegasi.



There is a great article on "The Number of The Beast" over at Red Ice Creations... 
666: What's in a Number?
By Lon Milo DuQuette

Crowley Says: 
"It only means sunlight; 666 is the number of the sun. You can call me 'Little Sunshine.'"

What the article boils down to is that the number (In the Bible) should read 616 and not 666 any old ways!

Knick-knack paddywhack, Give a Bible-Thumper a bone.... Here go take your 616 and play somewhere else....

Carbon forms the backbone of biology for ALL LIFE ON Earth.

(From Wiki)

Complex molecules are made up of carbon bonded with other elements, especially oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen. It is these elements that living organisms need, among others, and carbon is able to bond with all of these because of its four valence electrons. Since no life has been observed that is not carbon-based, it is sometimes assumed in astrobiology that life elsewhere in the universe will also be carbon-based. This assumption is referred to by critics as carbon chauvinism, as it may be possible for life to form that is not based on carbon, even though it has never been observed.

In cinematic and literary science fiction, a moment when man-made machines cross from nonliving to living is often posited, this new form being the first example of non-carbon-based life. Since the advent of the microprocessor in the late 1960s, these machines are often classed as computers (or computer-guided robots) and filed under "silicon-based life", even though the silicon backing matrix of these processors is not nearly as fundamental to their operation as carbon is for "wet life".

 The two most important characteristics of carbon as a basis for the chemistry of life are that it has four valence bonds and that the energy required to make or break a bond is just at an appropriate level for building molecules which are not only stable but also reactive.
The fact that carbon atoms bond readily to other carbon atoms allows for the building of arbitrarily long and complex molecules.

There are not many other elements which appear to be even promising candidates for supporting life-like behavior, but the most frequent alternative suggested is silicon. This is in the same group in the Periodic Table of elements and therefore also has four valence bonds. It also bonds to itself, but generally in the form of crystal lattices rather than long chains. However, its compounds are generally highly stable and do not support the ability to readily re-combine in different permutations in a manner that would plausibly support life-like processes.

Diagram of the carbon cycle. The black numbers indicate how much carbon is stored in various reservoirs, in billions tonnes ("GtC" stands for gigatonnes of carbon; figures are circa 2004). The purple numbers indicate how much carbon moves between reservoirs each year. The sediments, as defined in this diagram, do not include the ~70 million GtC of carbonate rock and kerogen.

Correlation between the carbon cycle and formation of organic compounds. In plants, carbon dioxide formed by carbon fixation can join with water in photosynthesis (green) to form organic compounds, which can be used and further converted by both plants and animals.

This is a few peoples opinion from this book, but I get their point... as you should too..

(A chart I conjured up via Syncromystism in 2011)

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(A chart I conjured up via Syncromystism in 2011)


There is something so universal about Balloons used metaphorically or symbolically.

(Me with my Yellow Balloon in 1981 at the Age of 3)

Me with my #19 Shirt that day... (Bee Sure 2 Look at your Shirts in your Pictures)



('The Size of the Universe: A Hard Question' Below is an edited version of this guys post.)

"1.) The [KNOWN] Universe is 13.7 billion years old.

2.) Nothing can move faster than the speed of light. If you've got a mass, whether you're a galaxy, a spaceship, a bullet or a neutrino, you're going to go slower than the speed of light. And if you don't have a mass, you're going to move exactly at the speed of light.

3.) The farthest things in the Universe -- the things that emitted their light 13.7 billion years ago -- are 46.5 billion light years away from us now.

So how did this happen? Two things, one simple and one not-so-simple. The simple thing is that the Universe has been expanding this entire time. Imagine you've got an ant on a deflated balloon, and the ant moves at a rate of 1 cm/second. When the balloon is totally deflated, the ant is only 2 cm away from the top of the balloon, her destination. But as she starts walking towards the top, something inflates the balloon. As she walks towards the top, she notices that the balloon around her is expanding.

Expansion isn't a velocity. It's a velocity-per-unit-distance. Let's say that it's 0.4 cm/second per centimeter. This means that if the ant is 1 cm away from something, it expands away from her at 0.4 cm/second. The top of the balloon, initially, since it's 2 cm away, expands away at 0.8 cm/second. And something that's 15 cm away would be expanding away at 6 cm/second.
So if I run through the math of this ant walking at 1 cm/second to a point 2 cm away on this expanding balloon, it doesn't take 2 seconds to get there. In fact -- doing the math correctly -- it takes just a shade over 3 seconds for the ant to reach her destination. Moreover, the balloon has continued to expand, so when she looks back at her starting point, do you know how far away it is? Over 6 cm away! When she looks back at her starting point, not only is it more than three times as far away as it was when she started, but the entire balloon is bigger than it was before.

And that's what our Universe is doing: expanding while the light is traveling towards us from distant sources. There is, of course, one more caveat in our Universe. The expansion rate is mind-bogglingly slow, 72 kilometers per second per Megaparsec. In the ant's terms, that's 2.3 x 10^-18 cm / second / cm. It's just that our Universe is so big that as you get far enough away -- just under 13 billion light years -- the expansion rate eventually becomes greater than the speed of light.
But this is okay. It's only that space (i.e., the balloon) is expanding; there's no matter that's moving. So, in principle, space can expand as quickly as it wants, even faster than the speed of light, because there's nothing moving. And that's why, even though the Universe is only 13.7 billion years old, we can see things that are 46.5 billion light years away."

The term sperm is derived from the Greek word (σπέρμα) sperma (meaning "seed") and refers to the male reproductive cells. In the types of sexual reproduction known as anisogamy and oogamy, there is a marked difference in the size of the gametes with the smaller one being termed the "male" or sperm cell. A uniflagellar sperm cell that is motile is referred to as a spermatozoon, whereas a non-motile sperm cell is referred to as a spermatium. Sperm cells cannot divide and have a limited life span, but after fusion with egg cells during fertilization, a new organism begins developing, starting as a totipotent zygote.

(In turn it could symbolize Metaphorically BIRTH, LIFE, NEW BEGINNINGS, BIRTHING NEW IDEAS, NEW PERCEPTIONS etc....)
PS I have also found a 2 new way's to "Launch" my sigils via Balloons.

The Two New Ways I Launch a Sigil:
1) POP the Balloon and at the very moment it pop's and "scares/shocks' you release the Sigil.

2) Use a Balloon filled with Helium and release it. You can also draw your Sigil and also your Synchronic numbers and Symbols on it for better results.

(A Syncromystism chart via my short lived group 'Order of the Stars' on facebook in 2011. This was a Syncromystic result we got after "launching" Black Balloons for a weekend.)

Speech balloons (also speech bubblesdialogue balloons or word balloons) are a graphic convention used most commonly in comic bookscomic strips and cartoons to allow words (and much less often, pictures) to be understood as representing the speech or thoughts of a given character in the comic. There is often a formal distinction between the balloon that indicates thoughts and the one that indicates words spoken aloud: the bubble that conveys subjective thoughts is often referred to as a thought balloon.
These have symbolically been around for a long long time.....

Sometimes we don't use helium in balloons and blow them up with hair from our lungs. Pretty self explanatory. Breathing life into new concepts or ideas.....


'THE MAGICK SYMBOL OF BALLOONS via Magi Christopher Penczak'
In his book 'City Magick' author and Magi Christopher Penzak reminds us that balloons can mean many things....

(An Experiment I did via Syncromystism & Magick in 2011)