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    Who are 'they' - plus ADULT material (BE WARNED!) If they offend you, you are not ready for the truth, the goddess is love from A-Z is the greater part of me!

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    Eartheart

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    Re: Who are 'they' - plus ADULT material (BE WARNED!) If they offend you, you are not ready for the truth, the goddess is love from A-Z is the greater part of me!

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    Post  Dream Weaver on Fri Mar 25, 2016 5:47 pm



    Hidden codes with Bassett Barks (also the Blood Hound), this is a wood-chip-potting mix plant at Glass House Mountains! The dream gave me strong indicators what appears to be happening, and typing all this up gave me more clues to seeds I have saved (Seed Savers at Byron Bay).

    http://www.bassettbarks.com.au/pages/about
    http://seedsavers.net/





    LOO-LOO is a protocol with LEE LOO (Gypsy Rose Lee) and the fifth element that is LOVE. I told Mother, bring us together and our LOVE will SAVE this planet!!!

    I have more to show you with Lou Reed song, used in a dog commercial, it connects to the Pleiadian Stars. I have some work to do with Gaia, that's quiet obvious going by the message now showing all I need to know, what I first planned and have maintained that energy to the Hinterland of Byron.

    Tonight with a dream, it matched a episode of Stargate, very Egyptian in energy. I woke up from a nap during a commercial break to this advert with dogs. Its the doo-doo-doo part, it was played with a message earlier in the day. http://www.advertolog.com/subaru/adverts/dog-21064055/ I'm doing the do and things are happen. I prove nothing by spinning off a yarn like a dreamer. In fact the treads I'm making are all going through the eye, to me uniting with my twin finally.


    I suggest you all get a grip too where we both came from!
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    Post  Dream Weaver on Sat Mar 26, 2016 6:29 am


    Subaru is the Japanese name for the Pleiades star cluster, which in turn inspires the Subaru logo and alludes to the five companies that merged to create FHI. The word "subaru" means "united" in Japanese, and Fuji Heavy Industries has used the term to describe how the Pleiades constellation is a unification of the stars.  Fuji Heavy Industries is therefore a constellation of companies united together. In astronomy, the Pleiades, or Seven Sisters (Messier Object 45, or M45), is an open star cluster containing middle-aged hot B-Type stars located in the constellation of Taurus. It is among the nearest star clusters to Earth and is the cluster most obvious to the naked eye in the night sky.  Pleiades has several meanings in different cultures and traditions.

    The cluster is dominated by hot blue and extremely luminous stars that have formed within the last 100 million years. Dust that forms a faint reflection nebula around the brightest stars was thought at first to be left over from the formation of the cluster (hence the alternate name Maia Nebula after the star Maia), but is now known to be an unrelated dust cloud in the interstellar medium that the stars are currently passing through. Astronomers estimate that the cluster will survive for about another 250 million years, after which it will disperse due to gravitational interactions with its galactic neighborhood.

    The nine brightest stars of the Pleiades are named for the Seven Sisters of Greek mythology: Sterope, Merope, Electra, Maia, Taygeta, Celaeno, and Alcyone, along with their parents Atlas and Pleione. As daughters of Atlas, the Hyades were sisters of the Pleiades. The English name of the cluster itself is of Greek origin, though of uncertain etymology. Suggested derivations include: from  pleîn, to sail, making the Pleiades the "sailing ones"; from pleos, full or many; or from peleiades, flock of doves.

    Phenomenica, an online encyclopedia of Mysteries, Phenomena, Ancient History and Science, describes the Greek mythological origins of Pleiades: "There is nothing else like the Pleiades star cluster in the sky. Few observers can look very long at the night sky at this time of year without noticing the Pleiades stars and wondering what they really are.  The traditional Greek legend for the Seven Sisters - as this cluster has long been known - is that they are the daughters of Atlas and Pleione. Their father, Atlas, rebelled against Zeus, the king of the gods, who retaliated by sentencing him to forever holding up the heavens on his shoulders.  This so grieved the sisters that Zeus placed them in the heavens so that they could be close to their father. Interestingly, widely separated and totally different cultures have always described the Pleiades as the "Seven Sisters," "Seven Maidens," or "Seven Little Girls." Yet, only six stars are readily visible to most observers.  Those with more acute eyesight may glimpse up to 12 under good conditions. But why this cluster has been cited by more than one early people as having seven members remains a mystery."




    Aboriginal Legend: Story Of The Seven Sisters And The Faithful Lovers

    In the dream time, many ages ago, the cluster of stars which we now know as the Pleiades, or the Seven Sisters, were seven beautiful ice maidens. Their parents were a great rugged mountain whose dark head was hidden in the clouds, and an ice-cold stream that flowed from the snow-clad hills. The Seven Sisters wandered across the land, with their long hair flying behind them like storm clouds before the breeze. Their cheeks were flushed with the kiss of the sun, and in their eyes was hidden the soft, grey light of the dawn. So entrancing was their beauty, that all men loved them, but the maidens' affections were as cold as the stream which gave them birth, and they never turned aside in their wanderings to gladden the hearts of men.

    One day a man named Wurrunnah, by a cunning device, captured two of the maidens, and forced them to live with him, while their five sisters travelled to their home in the sky. When Wurrunnah discovered that the sisters whom he had captured were ice-maidens, whose beautiful tresses were like the icicles that drooped from the trees in winter time, he was disappointed. So he took them to a camp fire, and endeavored to melt the cold crystals from their beautiful limbs. But, as the ice melted, the water quenched the fire, and he succeeded only in dimming their icy brightness.

    The two sisters were very lonely and sad in their captivity, and longed for their home in the clear blue sky. When the shadow of night was over the land, they could see their five sisters beckoning to them as they twinkled afar off. One day Wurrunnah told them to gather pine-bark in the forest. After a short journey, they came to a great pine tree, and commenced to strip the bark from it. As they did so, the pine tree (which belonged to the same totem as the maidens) extended itself to the sky. The maidens took advantage of this friendly act, and climbed to the home of their sisters. But they never regained their original brightness, and that is the reason why there are five bright stars and two dim ones in the group of the Pleiades. The Seven Sisters have not forgotten the earth folk. When the snow falls softly they loose their wonderful tresses to the caress of the breeze, to remind us of their journey across our land.

    When the Seven Sisters were on earth, of all the men who loved them the Berai Berai, or two brothers, were the most faithful. When they hunted in the forest, or waited in the tall reeds for the wild ducks, they always brought the choicest morsels of the chase as an offering to the Sisters. When the maidens wandered far across the mountains, the Berai Berai followed them, but their love was not favored.

    When the maidens set out on their long journey to the sky, the Berai Berai were grieved, and said: "Long have we loved you and followed in your foot steps, O maidens of the dawn, and, when you have left us' we will hunt no more." And they laid aside their weapons and mourned for the maidens until the dark shadow of death fell upon them. When they died, the fairies pitied them, and placed them in the sky, where they could hear the Sisters singing. Thus were they happily rewarded for their constancy. On a starry night, you will see them listening to the song of the Seven Sisters. We call them Orion's Sword and Belt, but it is a happier thought to remember them as the faithful lovers who have listened to the song of the stars from the birth of time.
    http://whisperingbooks.com/Show_Page/?book=Aboriginal_Legends&story=Story_Of_Seven_Sisters_And_Faithful_Lovers

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