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  • KingNaidKingNaid Member UncommonPosts: 1,363
    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/graze

    Definition of graze

     (Entry 1 of 4)

    intransitive verb

    1 : to feed on growing herbage, attached algae, or phytoplankton cattle grazing on the slopes
    2 : to eat small portions of food throughout the day She was grazing on snacks all afternoon.

    transitive verb

    1a : to crop and eat in the field
    b : to feed on the herbage of
    2a : to put to graze grazed his livestock in pastures
    b : to put cattle to graze on grazed the upper field
    3 : to supply herbage for the grazing of That pasture will graze 30 head of cattle.

    graze

    noun (1)

    Definition of graze (Entry 2 of 4)

    1 : an act of grazing
    2 : herbage for livestock to feed on

    graze

    verb (2)
    grazed; grazing

    Definition of graze (Entry 3 of 4)

    transitive verb

    1 : to touch lightly in passing The car's wheel grazed the curb.
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    Just when we thought it was all over for Comet C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS) the comet starts to brighten again. Here I document a steady increase in the brightness of the central condensation over 4 nights. Images come courtesy T11 scope at Mayhill, NM.

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    12:19 AM · May 9, 2020
  • KingNaidKingNaid Member UncommonPosts: 1,363
    The axis mundi (also cosmic axis, world axis, world pillar and center of the world) is a symbol representing the center of the world where the heaven (sky) connects with the earth. Different cultures represent the axis mundi by varied symbols such as a natural object (a mountain, a tree, a vine, a stalk, a column of smoke or fire) or of a product of human manufacture (a staff, a tower, a ladder, a staircase, a maypole, a cross, a steeple, a rope, a totem pole, a pillar, a spire). Its proximity to heaven may carry implications that are chiefly religious (pagoda, temple mount, church) or secular (obelisk, minaret, lighthouse, rocket, skyscraper).[1] Additionally, the axis mundi may be feminine (an umbilical providing nourishment), masculine (a phallus providing insemination into a uterus), or neither (e.g the omphalos (navel).
    The axis mundi features prominently in cultures utilizing shamanic practices or those with animist belief systems. Yet it also appears in the most technologically advanced cultures—wherever the impulse persists to link a tower with the idea of a "world center."

    The term axis mundi derives from the Latin words "axis"[3] and "mundi" or world, together meaning "pivot point, or line, connecting the earth and the sky/heavens."
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    Throughout history, most cultures have described their own homeland as "the center of the world" because it was the center of their known universe. For example, the name of China—"Middle Kingdom"—expresses an ancient belief that the country stood at the center of the world. Within this central known universe a specific spot—often a mountain or other elevated place, where earth and sky come closest—gains status as center of the center, the axis mundi. High mountains are typically regarded as sacred by peoples living near them. Shrines are often erected at the summit or base. Japan's highest mountain, Mount Fuji, has long symbolized the world axis in Japanese culture. Mount Kun-Lun fills a similar role in China. Sioux beliefs take the Black Hills as the axis mundi. Mount Kailash is holy to several religions in Tibet. In ancient Mesopotamia, the cultures of ancient Sumer and Babylon erected artificial mountains, or ziggurats, on the flat river plain. These supported staircases leading to temples at the top. The pre-Columbian residents of Teotihuacán in Mexico erected huge pyramids featuring staircases leading to heaven.[4] The Middle Kingdom, China, had a central mountain, Kun-Lun, known in Taoist literature as "the mountain at the middle of the world." To "go into the mountains," meant to dedicate oneself to a spiritual life.

    A plant can serve as the axis mundi. The tree provides an axis that unites three planes: Its branches reach for the sky, its trunk meets the earth, and it roots reach down into the underworld. In some Pacific island cultures, the banyan tree, of which the Bodhi tree is of the Sacred Fig variety, is the abode of ancestor spirits. The Bodhi Tree is also the name given to the tree under which Gautama Siddhartha, the historical Buddha, sat on the night he attained enlightenment. The Yggdrasil, or World Ash, functions in much the same way in Norse mythology; it is the site where Odin found enlightenment. Other examples include Jievaras in Lithuanian mythology and Thor's Oak in the myths of the pre-Christian Germanic peoples. The Tree of Life and the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil in Genesis present two aspects of the same image. Each is said to stand at the center of the Paradise garden from which four rivers flow to nourish the whole world. Each tree confers a boon. Bamboo, the plant from which Asian calligraphy pens are made, represents knowledge and is regularly found on Asian college campuses. The Christmas tree, which can be traced in its origins back to pre-Christian European beliefs, represents an axis mundi.
  • KingNaidKingNaid Member UncommonPosts: 1,363
    The human form can function as a world axis. Some of the more abstract Tree of Life representations, such as the Sefirot in Kabbalism and in the Chakra system recognized by Hinduism and Buddhism, merge with the concept of the human body as a pillar between heaven and earth. Disciplines such as Yoga and Tai Chi begin from the premise of the human body as axis mundi. Astrology in all its forms assumes a connection between human health and affairs and the orientation of these with celestial bodies. World religions regard the body itself as a temple and prayer as a column uniting earth to heaven. The Renaissance image known as the Vitruvian Man represented a symbolic and mathematical exploration of the human form as world axis.

    A common shamanic concept, and a universally told story, is that of the healer traversing the axis mundi to bring back knowledge from the other world. It may be seen in the stories from Odin and the World Ash Tree to the Garden of Eden and Jacob's Ladder to Jack and the Beanstalk and Rapunzel. It is the essence of the journey described in The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. The epic poem relates its hero's descent and ascent through a series of spiral structures that take him from through the core of the earth, from the depths of Hell to celestial Paradise.

    Anyone or anything suspended on the axis between heaven and earth becomes a repository of potential knowledge. A special status accrues to the thing suspended: A serpent, a victim of crucifixion or hanging, a rod, a fruit, mistletoe. Derivations of this idea find form in the Rod of Asclepius, an emblem of the medical profession, and in the caduceus, an emblem of correspondence and commercial professions. The staff in these emblems represents the axis mundi while the serpents act as guardians of, or guides to, knowledge.
  • KingNaidKingNaid Member UncommonPosts: 1,363
    https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Axis_Mundi_(Cosmic_Axis)
    The Axis Mundi is the cosmic center of or the connection between Heaven and Earth. As the celestial pole and geographic pole, it expresses a point of connection between sky and earth where the four compass directions meet. It appears in as many forms as people on the Earth. It appears as Atlas, Yggdrasill, the Totem Pole, the Maypole, the Pagoda, the Banyan Tree and the Bodhi Tree, the Golden Branches in the Crowns of Silla

    When the Olympians defeated the Titans, Zeus sent out two eagles to mark the boundaries of his dominion. Where they met was declared the center of the world. It was there he condemned Atlas to hold the heavens aloft as the "Axis Mundi", the world axis. The continent where he stood was christened "Atlantis", which simply meant the "Isle of Axis".

    In 18,000 BC, a group of sorcerers in Atlantis tried to harness the power of Omphalos, the "naval of the axis", to control the turning of the Axis to make themselves the center of the world forever. This caused Atlas tremendous pain. The powerful energies wielded through the Omphalos caused the Great Cataclysm, sinking Atlantis beneath the ocean.[2]

    528 BC

    In 528 BC, the Axis Mundi was over the Falgu River in India, as Siddartha Gautama attained enlightenment to become the great Buddha.[3]

    1st century BC

    In the first century BC, the Axis Mundi passed over what would become Korea

    The Queen of the Amazons, Artume, hoped to use the Omphalos to manipulate the Axis Mundi to bring the world under the control of the Amazons. After inciting a ritualistic dialect to relieve Atlas' burden of holding up the heavens and setting him upon Hercules as a distraction, Namora assisted in the fight as the heroes battled the vengeful Titan. Atlas grabbed the Washington Monument and used it as a club. Hercules entered the Smithsonian Institution and began throwing aircraft at Atlas. Hercules was able to knock Atlas out, sending him crashing to the ground. During the hustle and bustle of reality shifts between the various hands who possessed the universe-altering item in question, Artume snuck in a cheap shot against its last handler before completing the chanting rite which enabled her to take the reins of reality into her hands.[4] This short-lived world where Amazonia reigned supreme was returned to normal and Atlas was returned to his punishment.
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    https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Leviticus+17&version=NRSV 3 If anyone of the house of Israel slaughters an ox or a lamb or a goat in the camp, or slaughters it outside the camp

    5 This is in order that the people of Israel may bring their sacrifices that they offer in the open field, that they may bring them to the Lord, to the priest at the entrance of the tent of meeting, and offer them as sacrifices of well-being to the Lord. The priest shall dash the blood against the altar of the Lord at the entrance of the tent of meeting, and turn the fat into smoke as a pleasing odor to the Lord

    11 For the life of the flesh is in the blood

    The blood plasma volume totals of 2.7–3.0 liters (2.8–3.2 quarts) in an average human. It is essentially an aqueous solution containing 92% water, 8% blood plasma proteins, and trace amounts of other materials.
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    Angelic hierarchy

    Rank Angelic Class Notes
    1 Chayot Ha Kodesh[21] See Ezekiel 1 and Ezekiel 10
    2 Ophanim See Ezekiel 1 and Ezekiel 10
    3 Erelim See Isaiah 33:7
    4 Hashmallim See Ezekiel 1:4
    5 Seraphim See Isaiah 6
    6 Malakim Messengers, angels
    7 Elohim "Godly beings"
    8 Bene Elohim "Sons of Godly beings"
    9 Cherubim See Hagigah 13b
    10 Ishim "manlike beings", see Genesis 18:2 Daniel 10:5

    In the Islamic sense, the term jinn is used in two different ways:

    • As invisible entities, who roamed the earth before Adam, created by God out of a "mixture of fire" or "smokeless fire" (marijin min nar). They are believed to resemble humans in that they eat and drink, have children and die, are subject to judgment, so will either be sent to heaven or hell according to their deeds. But they were much faster and stronger than humans. This jinn are distinct from an angelic tribe called Al-jinn, named after Jannah (the Gardens), heavenly creatures created out of the fires of samum in contrast to the genus of jinn created out of mixture of fire, who waged war against the genus of jinn and regarded as able to sin, unlike their light created counterpart.
    • As the opposite of al-Ins (something in shape) referring to any object that cannot be detected by human sensory organs, including angels, demons and the interior of human beings. Thus every demon and every angel is also a jinn, but not every jinn is an angel or a demon.

    Jacob Nazir, in his Maseket Atzilut, also listed ten ranks of angels, beginning from the highest:

    Rank Angelic Class
    1 Seraphim
    2 Ophanim
    3 Cherubim
    4 Shinanim
    5 Tarshishim
    6 Ishim
    7 Hashmallim
    8 Malakim
    9 Bene Elohim
    10 Erelim

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    "Zeus found out about his intentions and made a cloud in the shape of Hera, which became known as Nephele (from nephos "cloud") and tricked Ixion into coupling with it. From the union of Ixion and the false-Hera cloud came Imbros or Centauros, who mated with the Magnesian mares on Mount Pelion, Pindar told, engendering the race of Centaurs, who are called the Ixionidae from their descent. "

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    Can you summarize your views on these matters please?
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