This brand new Coast to Coast interview with William Henry is an absolute mind-blower. It actually reduced me to tears at a couple of points because it evoked such a powerful sense of memory. I don't know where the image used by the video maker came from but there's that concentric circle shape again. For added fun, it also contains the "funny looking mountain range" I referenced here.
In a delicious Jungian synchronicity, I learned something new this morning. I have a feed gadget on my iGoogle page for this very helpful nutrition site. The food of the week this week is onions.
The word onion comes from the Latin word unio for "single," or "one," because the onion plant produces a single bulb, unlike its cousin, the garlic, that produces many small bulbs. The name also describes the union (also from unio) of the many separate, concentrically arranged layers of the onion.
Kind of adds whole new layers of meaning to the metaphor of peeling an onion to achieve spiritual enlightenment.
Information on the recently discovered door to the afterlife referred to in the interview can be found here.
Archaeologists have unearthed a 3,500-year-old door to the afterlife from the tomb of a high-ranking Egyptian official near Karnak temple in Luxor, the Egyptian antiquities authority said Monday.
These recessed niches found in nearly all ancient Egyptian tombs were meant to take the spirits of the dead to and from the afterworld. The nearly six-foot- tall (1.75 meters) slab of pink granite was covered with religious texts.
For my husband, it brought to mind Doctor Who's TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimensions in Space):
But what's blowing my mind is that those concentric square and rectangle shapes are virtually identical to something I've seen in dreams. Specifically, in a series of dreams on portals that shape that allowed me to move between dimensions. Freaky, huh?