Investigation Into the Invisible World

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Investigation Into the Invisible World

Post by Djchrismac » Tue Jan 17, 2017 4:07 pm

Enquête sur le monde invisible (2002)

I finally found a decent copy of this excellent documentary on Iceland which features a lot of great LM stories, interviews with locals, mediums, healers and more, well worth watching (French Documentary with English subtitles):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBv-BsLyVxg

It's also interesting to note that Iceland had a prohibition on alcohol from 1915-1989 which, along with a lack of EM pollution there during that time, probably resulted in the many sightings compared to now, not to mention their being so far away from the bad influence of the church, allowing them to keep a lot of their traditional knowledge much like the Outer Hebrides in Scotland.

The following video is more recent and another encounter with the Icelandic Elves or "Hidden People" as their are often called:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bodVJE4qVk4

Finally, here is a reminder of Steve Alldale's story from the excellent Fairy Faith documentary, about almost having his shadow cut off by two LMs in the shadow of Schiehallion, Fairy Hill of the Caledonians:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVOdgHAkSAY

Note how Steve now wishes he could have the encounter again but has failed to do so, probably due to his seeking it out instead of allowing it to happen.

I'll be visiting and climbing Schiehallion later this year, it's a very interesting mountain:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d67V407eIlQ
http://sacredconnections.co.uk/index.ph ... far-north/
http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/scot ... llion.html
http://www.themodernantiquarian.com/pos ... llion.html

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I also found this image on Geograph while searching for the image above, i'm sure many of you will recognise the triskelion shape and below that is a link another story from my Arran featuring the same thing, very intriguing:
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Rock Art or Vandalism?
Interesting little bit of 'art' at the summit of Schiehallion. I have subsequently been back up the hill a couple of times, but could not find it again. It was located a few metres to the west of the summit.
As if vandals would do anything as beautiful as this! :lol:
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...her mother and father went at once to challenge this trickster, but on their arrival back at the scene, not a sign of him was to be had, save for some old starfish, some shells and some very white sand forming a TRISKELL on the ground………
Here is another triskell from the community woodland at Fairy Glen on Arran, on a rock next to another with a Celtic spiral and Norse runes, fascinating and well worth a visit:
Image20160514_180503 DSCF4939 by Chris Mac, on Flickr

Is it possible that cup and ring marked rocks and celtic spirals signify a portal stone or similar? It's about the only explanation I can come up with, them being a key code or marker.

In saying that i'm aware of another portal in Edinburgh that isn't marked and I don't think the LMs would have any requirement to mark a portal and make it stand out. Could the marks perhaps be, along the lines of the seashell triskelion, be left as a result of an LM teleporting into the other realm, the twisting of space-time leaving a mark even on solid rock?

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Re: Investigation Into the Invisible World

Post by trippingthelight » Thu Jan 19, 2017 5:59 am

djchrismac wrote: It's about the only explanation I can come up with, them being a key code or marker.
Watched the documentary yesterday, very good. Iceland seems like a fascinating country. A couple of guys on the radio a few days ago were laughing and joking about the Icelandic believing in Elves and Fairies. They were ridiculing the fact that they factor them into any planning permission. It is saddening me to think all this fascinating information is being passed of as a myth.

There was a triskellion key in the TV show Merlin, although I never watched it so I don't know what it actually did!
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Re: Investigation Into the Invisible World

Post by tymeflyz » Thu Jan 19, 2017 3:04 pm

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Re: Investigation Into the Invisible World

Post by tymeflyz » Thu Jan 19, 2017 3:16 pm

when science becomes the "religion" of the time[s] i suspect the place of worship or warship ; [ hahaha or NOT;) looks like this
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Gopi at AQ presented the history that connected the dots for me ..thanks Gopi!
http://reciprocalsystem.org/video/ancient-architecture
a simple 90 degree horizontal view or perspective and the collider (temple) and the recent rituals begin to make the program[s] intent more visible.

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Re: Investigation Into the Invisible World

Post by Djchrismac » Thu Jan 19, 2017 3:52 pm

trippingthelight wrote:
djchrismac wrote: It's about the only explanation I can come up with, them being a key code or marker.
Watched the documentary yesterday, very good. Iceland seems like a fascinating country. A couple of guys on the radio a few days ago were laughing and joking about the Icelandic believing in Elves and Fairies. They were ridiculing the fact that they factor them into any planning permission. It is saddening me to think all this fascinating information is being passed of as a myth.
It is very enjoyable and refreshing to watch. It's not surprising to hear of ridicule towards those who believe in the little people, I have experienced that first hand. An instant parallel to the locals advising the against the building of roads near certain rocks can be found in Ireland, a recent example being Eddie Lenihan who is amazing to watch and listen to:
http://www.irelandinpicture.net/2010/04 ... ennis.html
http://eddielenihan.weebly.com/multimedia.html
trippingthelight wrote:There was a triskellion key in the TV show Merlin, although I never watched it so I don't know what it actually did!
I've not watched Merlin but may check it out although I suspect it will just frustrate and annoy me, as does 99% of TV. Knowing our true history and then reading folklore and mythology from a different perspective is much more rewarding than any drama peddling (almost always) the official, inaccurate version of "history".

I will admit to having a nature documentary on in the background just now, for the relaxing animal/narration soundtrack, on a channel with no adverts. That's about the 1% that doesn't annoy me. :D

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Re: Investigation Into the Invisible World

Post by Djchrismac » Thu Jan 19, 2017 4:01 pm

Actually I just found a potential answer:

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daniel wrote:
Andrew wrote:I saw a Dream catcher at work the other day and noticed the spatial pattern. It isn't precisely sacred geometry, but I'm guessing they have been passed down throughout history for actually being effective in altering bioenergetic fields. Keeping bad spirits away by... bringing order to a room?
Dream catchers are based on the phyllotaxis (the criss-crossing spiral patterns of flowers and leaves). Flowers exist at the junction between space and counterspace, so they are like a living connection between the Realms. (Might want to contact AnAncientAwakening as he is studying this relationship right now, in regards to herbals).
Andrew wrote:What about runes? Do they work in the same manner? I have a fair understanding of Elder Futhark.
Runes, outside of the actual written language, are a form of divination--a system that basically helps you see what the Universe is trying to tell you at the moment. Like most systems of divination, you should include the Odic rune (a blank one)--just in case the answer is "I can't tell you." (I would recommend the works of Edred Thorsson over Ralph Blum.)
Andrew wrote:Since these are all spatial structures affecting the cosmic sector, it seems they do "magickally" affect circumstances and probabilities without any kind of power source or magickal charge, like Reiki for instance.
Actually, these spiral patterns occur when space and equivalent space (the effect time has on space) intersect... space is linear and equivalent space is angular, so you end up with spirals, coils and vortices. Physically creating them does not infer any magical function, as you are just doing 2D/3D spatial manipulation. You have to either set up the environment to create them (like planting a flower garden, or placing rocks in a stream), or invest qi or shen into the system to activate it.
So stones with spirals, cup and ring marks could perhaps be a leftover of an intersection between space and equivalent space, much like the seashells of the Lochranza LM, leaving a mark when making the transition, be it on sand, grass or stone?

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