The flower of
happiness appears in the new crop circle
The well-known flower of happiness in Tibet, also
called "Gesang Meiduo" in Chinese, is considered the incarnation of
Kelsang Rin-po-che and can bring good luck and hope to people who see
it. The Chinese word "Gesang Meiduo" was translated from the Tibetan
language "skal-bzang me-tog", where "Gesang" means happiness and "Meiduo"
means flower. The "Gesang Meiduo" is a common type of flower that grows
in mountainous areas with altitudes of around 5000 m. It is the symbol
of love and happiness and an eternal search for all Tibetan people. And
so, it is believed that he who finds a happy flower with eight petals
finds the happiness of his life.
This magical and delicate eight-petal flower is very common in the high
altitudes of Tibet, and it usually blooms in colorful flocks under the
sun and the cold of the mountains in its season. The number 8 is
traditionally associated with fortune and luck in the East, and this
interpretation has extended to numerological studies in general.
This crop circle in the shape of an eight-petal flower, in addition to
so many other relationships with the number Eight and Star, this
beautiful crop circle is related to the month of August itself, and
perhaps it is a preparation for very happy events within it, such as
long-awaited meetings. Other floral crop circles appeared before this
one. And he may also be indicating the two days ahead, 8 and 9 August
(because he has eight outer circles, and the central circle, totaling
nine circles). This was the case of the beautiful English crop circle of
Scrubbs Lane, on July 22, in a format that was identical to the
well-known Star of Egypt flower.
Octagonal connections in the ancient and modern world
Various emblems Sumerian and other used the octagon
as the basis for the representation of the stars and the Anunnaki, those
who descended from the stars. They are very common geometries in
rosettes and panels of Gothic cathedrals, meaning the same thing.
Too many correlations are involved. So, with all certainty, we can
interpret in this crop circle a nod from the beings of the stars, and
very probably, a very positive oracle of happiness ahead, as suggested
by the happy flower of Tibet, flower of love, who knows, on a day close
to August, like these days we have in mind, August 8 and 9.
Jonas Passos (07.08.2020)
Dharmacakra wheel of Buddhist law The
noble eightfold path
"Now, bhikkhus, this is the noble truth of
the path that leads to the cessation of suffering: it is this Noble
Eightfold Path: right understanding, right thinking, right language,
right action, right way of life, right effort, right mindfulness,
concentration correct. "
The Wheel of Karma is the same wheel of time, which is usually
represented with eight axes, so much so that the eighth sky, of the
fixed stars, from the point of view of the old cosmogony, was precisely
the sky that invented time, because Sun, Moon and all the stars were
mapped from the eighth sky, inventing time, called wheels in Kabbalah,
ruled by the Cherubim or Spirits of the wheels, called OPHANIM (in the
plural of the Hebrew term).
If time is the factor of karma, then liberation from time also comes
with the eightfold key. This is what the fundamental Buddhism of the
East teaches, the eightfold Path.
The crop circle of yesterday, August 7, as an octagonal flower, houses
in its geometry eight lateral circles (composition of the petals, in
yellow) and three orbital circles (in blue). We should note that many
Tibetan mandalas with these themes are drawn in octagons.
It is also a key to stellar connection via liberation of the soul, the
path of the eight virtues. All within the excellence of the number 8,
called Infinito for that (the bond that links everything to
Jonas Passos (09.08.2020)