HATTER – CROP CIRCLE : RAISING THE SHEM (VORTEX) PILLAR OF LIGHT

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RAISING THE SHEM

PILLAR OF LIGHT
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HATTER

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BA: The Egyptian word for the Celestial Soul.

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RA: The Egyptian word for the Fire of Consciousness (RA refers to the etheric fire of your inner sun (the Solar Plexus).

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SHEM: A derivation of the Egyptian word for sekhem or life-force.

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KA: The second body (the energy body which becomes the Sahu or Light Body). It is the same shape and size as your physical body, and being an energy field, it permeates every space of your physical body. It is also known as the etheric double or spiritual twin.
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Calling to the Celestial Soul (the BA) to emanate its spiritual energy with its luminous enlightening and enlivening powers to amplify the fires of consciousness (RA), to strengthen life force (SHEM), and to transform the second body (the KA).
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LINK
http://cropcirclesdatabase.com/20160808UKwe
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Crop Circles 2016 – Etchilhampton, Wiltshire, UK – 8th August 2016 – UFO 2016
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CROP CIRCLE CONNECTOR
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LINK
http://www.cropcircleconnector.com/2016/Etchilhampton/Etchilhampton2016a.html
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FIELD REPORT

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The circle with the smaller ‘dot’ circle inside created on the grain field harks back to ancient symbolic traditions of the male seed fertilizing the female earth. In the case of this beauty, we can also see a subtle hexagram design in the middle circle. The hexagram, known as Solomon’s Seal and the Star of David, was also revered in India “as a symbol of the perpetual sexual union between Kali (the downward pointing triangle) and Shiva (the upward pointing triangle) that was supposed to maintain life in the universe. … The hexagram appeared also in the New World. At Uxmal in Yucatan it is a symbol of the sun shedding its rays on earth.” (Walker 69)

If we look closely, we can see the hexagram in the middle circle of this crop formation. Thanks to the photographer.

After the beautiful flower crop circle at Westbury White Horse, we see a seed placed on the earth–promise of a goodly harvest. The six-pointed star refers to the six-petalled flower we have witnessed at Westbury. The life-supporting masculine and feminine energies plant themselves as a harmonious unit on our Earth to renew and continue a Creation of purpose, hope and future growth.

-Michelle Jennings

Source:

Walker, Barbara. The Woman’s Dictionary of Symbols and Sacred Objects. Castle Books. Edison,NJ. 1998.

FIELD REPORT LINK
http://www.cropcircleconnector.com/2016/Etchilhampton/comments.html
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