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Re: GSM Dreams

#11 Post by Elew » Sun Jan 13, 2019 6:21 am

So I am watching and listening to all the talk about a mironova, or huge solar eruptions, or whatever it turns out to be...wondering when they will find that gathering cosmic ray worms is what will protect us all when it happens. ;)

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#12 Post by Elew » Sun Jan 13, 2019 8:34 am

That rabbit hole brought me through

nuclear hardened satellites, http://www.stce.be/esww15/contributions ... eeting.pdf

EFFECT OF CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS ON COSMIC RAY
INTENSITY AND GEOMAGNETIC INDICES FOR THE
PERIOD OF 1996-2013 http://www.ijset.net/journal/1084.pdf

cosmic rays and negative ions http://www.atmo.arizona.edu/students/co ... _eqns.html

Observation of the Negative
Muonium Ion in Vacuum
Yunan Kuang*
https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/6141306

Ultracold Muonium Negative Ion Production https://arxiv.org/abs/1806.03331

But what I really want to know...is when a muon hits a basil plant, does the basil produce Negative
Muonium Ions?
Because the Ayurvedic uses for the 'holy basil plant' came out of the Homeric Minimum, before 800 BC. Ayurveda didn't really take off until after 600 BC, but the basis came from much earlier.

In case anyone is interested... ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF AYURVEDA
(A BRIEF HISTORY)
V. Narayanaswamy
Former Professor,
College of Indian Medicine, Madras – India
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articl ... SL-1-1.pdf

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#13 Post by Elew » Tue Jan 15, 2019 9:14 am

I found it...or at least part of it. Not muon related exactly, but I have a feeling cosmic rays in the Homeric Minimum are why Ocimum sanctum became Holy Basil.

Holy basil's protective action is due, in part, to its free radical scavenging effect. This also reduces oxidative cellular and chromosomal damage from radiation.6 These actions ultimately help reduce end-organ damage and improve post-radiation recovery. Limited clinical studies have shown promise with being able to deliver higher doses of therapeutic radiation in patients taking holy basil without increasing the unwanted side effects of the radiation.6 The protective mechanisms are thought to be due to the increase in antioxidant activity, alteration in gene expression, induction of apoptosis, and the inhibition of angiogenesis and metastasis.7 A substantial part of this protective action is due to enhancement of the liver enzyme systems that detoxify and cleanse the bloodstream of damaging substances.

https://www.clinicaladvisor.com/alterna ... le/635019/

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It's a radioactive world

Radioactivity is a natural part of our environment and everyone is continually exposed to ionizing radiation from a vast array of natural sources such as the sun and radioactive elements within the earth. However, since Henri Becquerel and Madame Curie first described radioactivity at the turn of last century, humans have continued to concentrate natural radiation sources and use them for medical diagnosis and therapy, food preservation, power generation and the production of nuclear weapons.

Concentrated sources of ionizing radiation are relatively new on earth, yet all living systems have had to deal with low levels of radiation. Thus, many plants contain a range of protective phytochemicals and this protection may be conferred to animals that eat them. Perhaps the most potent plants in this regard are the 'adaptogens' such as tulsi (Ocimum sanctum or holy basil), which confer protection against a wide range of environmental stressors. Tulsi has been celebrated within Ayurveda for generations as an 'elixir of life', yet it seems likely that the use of tusi and other adaptogenic herbs will become even more important as the extent of global toxicity becomes apparent.

Tulsi – general adaptogen and radio-protector
Of the plants with radio-protective properties, tulsi is the most studied. Considered the most potent adaptogen within Ayurvedic medicine, tulsi is revered within India as being without equal for its medicinal and spiritual properties. Tulsi is also known to have potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity and is recommended to be taken regularly to help the body adapt to a variety of stressors.

Various laboratory and animal studies have found that tulsi's radio-protective effects include reducing the oxidative and chromosomal damage induced by gamma radiation and radioactive iodine [3-10]. This has led to research to develop radio-protective medicines from tulsi and phase II human trials are currently underway at the Defense Research and Development Organization in India [11].

The radio-protective effects of tulsi are, at least partly, attributed to its content of the water-soluble flavonoids, orientin and vicenin. Low doses of these flavonoids have been shown to protect against radiation-induced cellular damage in animal and human cells through increased anti-oxidant enzymes activity and free radical scavenging and reduced lipid peroxidation [4, 12-16].

The finding that water-based tulsi extracts enhance survival of mice exposed to whole-body gamma radiation and are more radio-protective than alcoholic extracts [17], suggests that the radio-protective properties of tulsi are available when tulsi is taken as a tea. Regular consumption of tulsi tea may therefore increase resistance to the harmful effects of ionizing radiation, in addition to being recommended as a good strategy to promote longevity and enhance physical and mental health.

http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/plant- ... tion-tulsi

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#14 Post by Elew » Tue Jan 15, 2019 9:18 am

I wonder what would happen if one had the cosmic ray gathering app on their phone, and then laid a basil leaf on the screen.

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#15 Post by Elew » Tue Jan 15, 2019 8:30 pm

Very cool dream Andy...as you have seen, I tend to go into dreaming in a very literal way, and sometimes precognitive.
For me, recurring dreams are extremely literal and usually happen physically almost exactly as the dream did, after the dream stops. It's unnerving when I have them.

But yours seems so much more innocent, like a little personal message, which is very cool to me. Me being me though, with my style of dreaming...my first thoughts go to the time period...repeating...and things not quite falling apart, so getting through whatever comes back around. So I would look more literally at 1910, and watch for what in that cycle could be repeating.

I know dreams are multi layered, and while one can be literal, there are also the psychological meanings, the symbolism and sooo much more. It is fun to look from many directions. My friend Art Funkhouser is a Jungian Psychologist, and top in world research on precognition and deja experiences. He has a fascinating way of looking in on dreaming too, it is a very gentle approach, vs my head on interactive ways. When I was involved in the dreaming communities, I would piss off Robert Waggoner with my dreaming style, because he couldn't wrap his head around it...and many others disliked me there for the same reason...but such is life. I met a few really awesome people too.

Have you read Lavender, by Judy B Gardener? She is fun to dream with, and her book is very good. She was Monte Ullman's wife...and he had such an amazing way of looking into dreams. I really liked his style. Ove (a dreaming friend) used to work with him, and so introduced me.

It can be like another whole world.

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