What brings us happiness …
The enlightened Indian scholar Krishna Chaitanya/KK Nair carries this ideal of sacrifice as altruism further by translating Krishna’s words in the Bhagavad Gita (III.11-12) to mean that altruistic behavior to both deity and our fellow human beings will bring us the highest welfare (sreyas also means bliss and happiness). We do however have the freedom to deny this ideal way of living, which Krishna plainly states will bring us the greatest happiness, and we may choose to behave selfishly. But if we make the choice to act altruistically in partnership with God, not only will we benefit, but the entire world will also share in the higher consciousness we Become.
My experience is that God loves surprise and when we work in an altruistic way, the God-within works with us in those, often quoted, mysterious ways. ‘Deity fulfills himself only when creation is helped to evolve to perfection, and this needs partnership and reciprocal support of both man and deity.’ (Krishna Chaitanya/KK Nair)
The hologram generated by such altruistic sacrificial acts is free from the sin of attachment. However your freedom to reject the tender offer of ‘partnership’ and live only for your own selfish needs, out of fear and greed, will lead you on the path of the adventure of delusion. In the illusion of separation, you slip further into unconsciousness, ignorance of your true nature, and bondage to your desires (III.13). That’s simply the way this universe, the mechanistic yantra-rudhana, and Prakriti’s gunas [the Matrix] are programmed. Those are the rules.
An Ecological Axiom
Beings live from food and food is produced from rain, rain from sacrifice and sacrifice from action (III.14). Krishna Chaitanya/KK Nair reads this verse as ‘the grand teleology of the natural processes that sustain life.’ Teleology means that all things in Nature have a purpose and happen because of that.
Krishna’s words might be interpreted as an ecological axiom in the sense that the right and balanced use of Earth’s resources is necessarily based on a considered intelligence that emerges out the regard for others living on the planet. Without this regard for the future needs of all, without acts of altruism, the thoughtless and selfish shortsighted consumption of our world’s precious natural resources is leading us to the brink of possible extinction.
God is perpetually ‘sacrificing’ Its Being, in the sense of transforming Its Oneness into multiplicity, to create the holographic universe – therefore the all pervading (sarvagatam) One remains ever in Yajna (sacrifice). God has set a precedence for us to emulate and Krishna tells Arjuna in no uncertain terms (III.16) that the one who does not contribute to the turning of the wheel, the ‘work of sustaining the world’ (Krishna Chaitanya/KK Nair), who lives only for his own pleasure and the sense-delights (indriyaramas), lives a useless life – lives in vain.
US PATENT 4999637 – March 12, 1991 – Creation of artificial ionization clouds above the earth
A method for forming a cloud of artificial ionization above the earth by initially heating the resident plasma at a desired altitude with electromagnetic radiation having a frequency approximately the same as that of the ambient plasma. As the plasma frequency increases due to heating, the radiation frequency is also increased until the final maintenance frequency is attained.
DISCLOSURE OF THE INVENTION
The present invention provides a method for forming a patch or cloud of artificial ionization at an altitude above the earth wherein no substantial amounts of power are wasted in forming and maintaining the cloud.
More specifically, the present invention provides a method wherein variable frequency heating is used to form a cloud of artificial ionization. This is accomplished by initially heating the resident plasma at the selected altitude by transmitting electromagnetic radiation from the earth at an initial frequency which is approximately the same frequency as the ambient plasma frequency. This radiation, being of the same frequency as the plasma, will be efficiently absorbed with relatively little being reflected from or passed through the ambient plasma. The radiation heats the plasma and accelerates the free electrons in the plasma thereby increasing the plasma frequency.
The frequency of the plasma is monitored by radar or the like and, as it increases, the frequency of the radiation being transmitted also increases, preferably in a manner where the radiation frequency continues to substantially match the increasing plasma frequency. The radiation frequency is continuously increased until the final maintenance frequency is attained, at which time, the transmission of electromagnetic radiation is continued at the final frequency to maintain the integrity of the cloud. The final plasma frequency (i.e. maintenance frequency) is selected so that it is always greater than the frequency of any signals (e.g. communications, radar) that are expected to be “bounced” off the cloud once the cloud is used for its intended purpose.
To further conserve power and to reduce the power required for carrying out this invention, the initial radiation is weakly focused so that only the center area of the plasma within the cloud are will undergo initial heating. The focus of the radiation is contracted as the radiation frequency is increased until the entire cloud are is heated by the radiation. The radiation can be transmitted by a single antenna system or by two spaced antenna systems positioned so that their beams intersect at said altitude to thereby form the cloud.
East of Greenland (two above) / They must be blasting the transmitters up there.
See the spiral? http://go.nasa.gov/2gSAGJg
West of bottom tip of Greenland (three above) http://go.nasa.gov/2gSAJVv
Hudson Bay (two above) http://go.nasa.gov/2gsBPdD
North of Antarctica & south of Australia (two above) / Dec.1, 2016
New Zealand, South Island (above) / These cloud formations keep changing, getting more unnatural by the day. I can only imagine why — more “juice” via heterodyne interferometry and new metal nano particles?