Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Earth's Different Energy?

So I was interested in covering some things about the way we perceive our planet and how it makes us feel. For example America has a different atmosphere than say Europe does.
Which makes me think is this because of the surroundings? Foliage architecture and such that gives it a certain ambiance or maybe the different cultures affect how you feel because they perceive differently than other areas and our minds somehow collectively sense this.

Well as I believe it's a multitude of factors including the ones I suggested above my theory is that different parts of the land absorb energies magnetically in some way. And go figure people actually give off electrical pulses from our hearts brain and hands. SO perhaps the reason places 'feel' like or seem to have different energies is because humans have unconsciously contributed their perspectives of the area and time they were in to the overall development of that given area. The way I perceive this energy is through color India has a sorta yellow and purple thing going on. Hawaii has a really laid back blue pink energy that is actually very strong. And just as the land absorbs the energy people absorb the lands energy which is why there's such a good atmosphere in Hawaii or why Europe has a rustic almost ancient sense behind it.

Which makes me wonder if their are spots on Earth that act as a sort of energy gathering areas. Like the Bermuda triangle might be for the area of the Americas. Maybe there's an area around China and Japan. One for India and places like Iran. One for Northern Europe and Russia and as well for Southern Europe and Africa. Well I searched this and came up w/ something about Ley lines coming together and vortices and such. After I post an image of these lines/vortices it will be the first time I'll be checking to see if the areas I've named actually correspond to the spots I talk about. I doubt it will but maybe I'll be surprised let's see.......

Well it wasn't dead on but you get the idea.

And you may be thinking at this point this is all a bunch of mumbo jumbo spiritual BS. But you can't deny the facts: We're biologically electrical/magnetic beings (check it out) And our planet is the same, it would only make sense in our evolution that we've somehow develop a special symbiosis with our planet where we exchange energies as we grow which actually affect how our cultures perceive reality. IDK about you but MIND=BLOWN.

33 comments:

  1. Heavy stuff! Those lines look freaky to me...

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  2. An interesting concept man, keep it up.

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  3. Must admit it's a bit interesting, it's also about how much land is available in the different places too, though.

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  4. I think every area is different because every country is sort of like a different world as far as architecture and culture.

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  5. nice work, i think they are called Ley lines

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  6. UK scientist are pioneering a new pollution free petrol that could be out in three years

    http://www.manufacturingdigital.com/sectors/chemicals-plastics/uk-scientists-invent-artificial-petrol

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  7. This is a little complex for little'ol me, but thanks anyway for all the cool info! :D

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  8. I'll be looking into this...
    My blog is based upon logic, reason, and critical thinking, so I may make it a point to be addressed later on.

    I will not make a posit to the facts, because I am not educated on them, but it seems as if there's some minor flaws in reasoning. But at least the format was well enough for me to get the gist of your argument.

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  9. "We're biologically electrical/magnetic beings"

    No we' re not.

    Magnetic, how does that work?

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  10. Dude we would die if we didn't generate an electromagnetic field. It has to do w/ our brains ask google if you don't believe me. I doubt you read this comment though.

    And I'm a smart well educated person but I'm not like a reasoning or logic master. So constructive criticism is appreciated.

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  11. *mind blows* ...whoa, this is really interesting

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  12. you should use less scientific language for those of us who are a little dim hahaha, good post though.

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  13. must be why I feel so shitty. I have absorbed all the pollution in Detroit.

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  14. Hey, take it easy on Detroit Penguin! There are plenty of other towns in the grand 'ol US of A that contribute as well. Either way, our generation is going to pay a price for everything our parents and grandparents have done to this planet. Very unfortunate.

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  15. got me thinking bro. make me wanna do some research...

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  16. i love noodle , so BTW following

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  17. Wow...interesting, I've thought of similar things but not so indepth.

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  18. I am who I am. If I move to Germany, will I change the environmental variables, or will the environment change me?

    Deep questions to ask...

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  19. cool idea man, look forward to reading your blog in the future.

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  20. My IQ has been raised slightly by reading this.

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  21. crazy stuff sort of makes sense though

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