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Celestial Energies As A “Tree Of Light”

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Posted by Scot Aaron on September 18, 2005 11:29:36 UTC

We all have some attraction to stars, right. Fourth dynasty pyramids in Giza Egypt appeared oriented with particular stars. From ancient cultures to individuals considering Zodiac signs, we connect to celestial lights. Many of us look up to the night sky and use telescopes for exploration. Right now I am determining interest in a major project that concerns measurable energies from stars and star forms.

I feel all spiritual power connects to our celestial sphere. More than using stars for physical navigation of ships or planes, humans can ground the power to guide and inspire us as individuals and a globe. Note, the “grounding” occurs in the power of thought as energy (i.e. within our understandings). Throughout my astrophysical research, I’ve been working on a project to realize the most powerful stars and star forms (across the spectrum) that connect to Earth.

By powerful I mean “active” forms, preferably with strong radio emission but at least those with significant X-ray. Our brightest star Sirius and our closest star/s Rigil Kentaurus (Alpha Cen A, B and C) are great examples with strong X-ray emission. Important active Supernova Remnants include the Vela, Crab, Cas A, IC443 and Gamma Cygnus. Cen A, M87, 3C273, etc. represent powerful AGN or active galaxies. This project is primarily interested in measurable energies, not theoretical interpretations of redshift used to determine luminosities.

Project “Tree of Light” is near completion and will be presented as a book. Again, I am posting this to determine interest in this topic, and possible assistance to assure that the most powerfully significant stars and images are included.

Thank you for your time,
Sincerely Scot

PS please send an email and I can connect you to more about this project.

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