|Australian aboriginal stories tell of a snake-like
creature forming the mountains.
|The Morgan Hill earthquake, also called the Halls Valley earthquake, occurred on 24 April 1984 along the Calaveras fault 18 km east of San Jose and 22 km north of Morgan Hill. It had a magnitude of ML=6.2 and a focal depth of 8 km. The earthquake was felt in California and Nevada over an area of 120,000 km2|
Ever been in an earthquake Mo?
First sensation was that the wind had picked up.
But I was wrong about what was coming.
Mo have you ever actually felt the ground undulating like a serpent / rolling under your feet?
(the earth’s kundalini rising perhaps?)
What I found fascinating was just as the undulations ceased, the pool as an after effect…started creating mini waves in the pool.
Whitecaps churning in the swimming pool?
I swear…mini whitecaps…
I was visiting my sister in San Jose in 1984…that is what I felt as I stood out by the pool, two feet firmly planted on terra firma. My sister who was out jogging…because she was moving didn’t feel a thing…
That was only a 6.2 by the way…
Crank it up a few notches…a mountain range experiencing a growth spurt must be awesome.
We are not the only ones with a Kundalini that needs to rise, right?
Certainly yes, if you believe in macro-micro connections…heaven above and below are essentially the same. The universe in a grain of sand or a blade of grass, right grasshopper?
The serpent has mythically been associated with the earth too (Garden of Eden) …it has no legs…thus its heart is close to the earth.
And we would expect and we do find Draco and Hydra and Hydrus in the heavens.
Macro / micro reflections and extensions of each other.
Are you familiar with the myth of the Hydrus?
It is interesting considering we are chatting about earth expansion.
The myth of Hydrus also supports my thesis that the ‘Apocalypse’ is such a scheduled event…
This myth explores an interesting aspect to the expansion archetype… something profound happening from deep within and rising making its way out….
The hydrus is an animal that lives in the Nile River. It is the enemy of the crocodile. When it sees a crocodile sleeping with its mouth open, the hydrus first rolls in mud to make itself slippery, then enters the crocodile’s mouth and is swallowed. It then eats its way out of the crocodile’s belly, killing it.
There is no mythology commonly associated with Hydrus because it was not visible to the ancient Greeks. Hydrus was not discovered until modern times due to its position in the sky.
So maybe we can associate Hydrus with modern earth expansion theory?
But the Greeks did have a significant allegory dealing with a birth or an emerging from the side.
From the side of Gaia was born Ouranos or Uranus…son and husband.
(not unlike Oedipus who also sleeps with his mother…and Oedipus also leads us to the Riddle of the Sphinx)
|Uranus is the Latinized form of Ouranos, the Greek word for sky. In Greek mythology Uranus is personified as the son and husband of Gaia, Mother Earth (Hesiod, Theogony). Uranus and Gaia were ancestors of most of the Greek gods. Uranus is revered as Father Heaven.|
Now when I think of an expanding earth…I can’t help but think of the mid-Atlantic Ridge, which appears to be separating? A ridge that extends nicely from north to south, dividing the world between the new world and the old….
Sometimes I wonder if Gaia will soon experience violent birthing contractions?
It does seem we are due for the appearance of the archetypal ‘messiah’.
And the water has already broke…
(Melting polar regions)
And the theme … that change starts from within … is supported.
Know thyself grasshoppers.