Paranormal or Not?

Paranormal or an Anomaly?
There is a discussion going on in the wider community – and it has been ongoing for a few years now – involving numbers.

Apparently there are websites and email trails dating back years on this and the matter has not been satisfactorily resolved.

My attention was drawn to this by a reader, Marianne, who asks: Why do people keep seeing 444 all over the place? I’ve been seeing them for years and when I meditate on “why” I get no clarity. I’ve been seeing 4s everywhere for years. On licenses plates. Bills. Telephone numbers. DVD & VCR players, route markers, stamps, sales slip at grocery markets, etc. Absolutely *everywhere* – is there a rhyme or reason to this??  I would love a simple (good?) explanation if you have one. Thank you.

Is this just a matter of where we put our attention is what we notice – like when we decide to buy a blue car and suddenly that’s about all we see on the roads? Is this to do with the paranormal? I don’t have an explanation? Do you?

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  • Jen Feb 14, 2012, 9:20 am

    I’m not sure if anyone has mentioned this or not as yet, but in Chinese culture 4 is a majorly unlucky number – like 13 in ours, but the Chinese are a lot more superstitious about it.

    In Hong Kong, there is never a 4th floor for instance… buildings either go straight from 3 to 5, or have 3A and 3B.

    Considered especially unlucky – the devil’s number if you like – is 4444. Four 4’s in a row is considered a sign that the devil (or the equivalent) is near.

    I don’t think that 444 or three 4’s is seen as being quite so bad, but I find it interesting that some people here have called it a Angels’ number, which is in such stark contrast to the way it is seen in Eastern cultures.

    • Rosemary Breen Feb 14, 2012, 11:36 am

      Indeed it is interesting Jen how numbers are regarded differently in different cultures. I think you may have put your finger on it when you used the word superstitious.

      So, does being superstitious actually give weight to something? I read a book about a lad with Asperger’s and he ‘knew’ it would be a good day if he saw 4 red cars in a row. My daughter and I always comment when we see 4 cars lined up but, unlike him, we havent made the mental connection that the author did – well not yet anyway.

      I think superstition plays into the way the brain is wired – how we need to attach and file new things and learnings to old in order to grasp and remember them.

      Still, in Australia, with so many Chinese in the property market it probably pays not to own a house numbered 4, or with numbers that add up to a combination of 4s 🙂

      Good to hear from you Jen


      • Jen Feb 14, 2012, 12:21 pm

        Many superstitions are based on fact… or perhaps a lack of understanding of fact.

        In Western culture for instance there is the example of vampires. There were cases of people being dug up shortly after having been buried – their nails and hair had grown and there were scratch marks on the inside of the coffins, so the people were obviously “undead”. The truth is that the people were not actually dead when buried and woke up to find themselves encased in a coffin. They tried to dig out through the coffin tops, hence the scratch marks and the blood under the fingernails. Very gruesome, but the basis for a superstition that has continued throughout several centuries.

        In Eastern culture, a lot of Feng Shui is based on science. An example of this is that Chinese men – especially from inland parts of China – traditionally believe that they can only have intercourse a limited number of times in their lives. If they play around too much in youth, they won’t be able to when older. The science behind this is that people who live inland do not traditionally have access to fresh fish and therefore over their lifetime, do not have enough zinc in their body and cannot perform sexually. No zinc in the pencil!

        In Hong Kong there are loads of stories about the heads and tails of dragons and where you should or should not build a house, which direction it should face, etc. The stories are all based on not angering the dragons, but there is scientific support of the stories. There is one particular building (an architectural oddity that I love) in Repulse Bay, which has a large hole through the middle. It is supposedly a viewing hole for the dragon, as he needs to see out to sea. If he can’t see out, then he will destroy the buildings.

        This building has indeed stood the test of time, when others have crumbled around it, as the hole in the middle allows the building to stand up to the very worst of monsoons. Buildings that are solid have no give and therefore sustain damage during the intense storm fronts. So there is the superstition – a wonderful tale – and the science to support it.

        There are loads of other examples, but these are probably my favourite and I don’t want to bore anyone! Plus it’s somewhat OT, sorry! haha

        • Rosemary Breen Feb 14, 2012, 7:16 pm

          Well Jen, that is a wiz around the world.

          Im not quite sure what link you are trying to draw between Feng Shui, vampires and superstitions.

          Thank you for the image of the Hong Kong building. It is certainly familiar to me but as not everyone may know of it, Ill post it in the original article above.



          • Jen Feb 15, 2012, 10:01 am

            No link really. 🙂 Just trying to point out that sometimes science explains away superstition and sometimes it proves the superstition as being factual. Many old superstitions that have been around for centuries, we laugh about now, but there were often scientific justifications behind them. The same can be said about Feng Shui and many other beliefs or belief systems.

          • Rosemary Breen Feb 15, 2012, 1:10 pm

            Couldnt agree more Jen.

            Even so called old wives tales often have their roots in facts; facts that maybe long forgotten mind you but nonetheless science if only now catching up with some of these wise sayings and beliefs.

            On the other hand, some of them are nonsense 🙂



      • Jen Feb 14, 2012, 12:24 pm

        PS – I think you are spot on when you mention how the brain is wired. There have been times in my life when I seem to receive certain messages from all angles. I honestly think it’s more about being open to those particular messages – or perhaps subconsciously searching for them which allows us to see them… They are always there, you just have to be tuned in.

  • Rosemary Breen Nov 17, 2011, 7:08 am

    David wrote: No. When I was much younger I was very good at mental arithmetic, but not now.

    From Rosemary: In my experience, mental maths is a skill that the younger generation knows little about, so even though you may be a bit rusty at it you may still be ahead of the game David.



  • David Gamon Nov 15, 2011, 8:30 pm

    PS. It is very curious, though arguably no more, that my mother’s telephone no and my timeshare reference no and the ref. no used for our address by some, not all, postal services are the same numbers, though in different orders. Multiplying the three together gives a huge number, in billions — I’m not sure if that’s the correct way to work out the chances against this seemingly amazing coincidence, or whether, since there are six numbers, I ought to multiply 999999 x 999999 x999999 which is even bigger. A Message from Beyond? But if so, what is it saying? D

    • Rosemary Breen Nov 16, 2011, 6:25 am

      Im sure the universe loves to play with our minds David and many more messages are sent than are received!

      Are you a mathematician in this life or a previous one perhaps? Perhaps your real name is Fibonacci 🙂



  • David Gamon Nov 15, 2011, 8:21 pm

    11s or multiples are notable in my life. I was born in ’44, grew up in no 11, graduated in 66, worked at no 11, my first house was 66, now live in another no 11.
    When some years back I had a debit card (now defunct) with the given no 8446 I thought, that’s easy to remember because I was born in ’44; a little later it struck me that my dear grandfather had owned and lived in no 44 and had owned and rented out no 86. It was AS IF — of course I put no very great weight on it — he was saying to me from Heaven that he was still watching out for me.

    • Rosemary Breen Nov 16, 2011, 6:18 am

      There are many patterns and coincidences in our lives David. Perhaps, for some of us at least, numbers are an easy formation to monitor.

      It’s a nice thought that your grandfather is watching over you. Elsewhere on the blog we are exploring the idea that we move through lives with a certain number of souls, each soul changing in its relationship to us but nonetheless, do we travel to eternity with a finite core group?


      PS I was close to my grandmother. I’d like to think most children get the opportunity to bond deeply with the third generation (and vice versa). I know I was blessed to have done so.

  • Anne Morgan Sep 8, 2011, 9:30 pm

    Hi Rosemary
    There are so many threads to follow these days that I’m not sure where to post my thoughts.

    I have just read Antony Borgia’s book Life in the Worlds Unseen.

    I found it very interesting as it reminded me of an old book I read many, many years ago on the same theme. I would very much like to believe that the afterlife is so idyllic, but it seemed too perfect to be true.

    I eagerly await the time when I can find out for myself and hopefully communicate with somebody still in the earthly body to confirm or deny the contents of the book.

    I realise the Catholic priest in spirit had a very Christian point of view, but I did wonder why there was no mention of reincarnation.

    This was fully accepted by the early Christian church and as the Monseignor did try to put right some of the modern teachings of the church, he never mentioned the early beliefs that had been expelled by various Popes.

    The Cathars had a good grasp of the teachings on reincarnation and there are several mentions of it in the Bible.

    Perhaps there are some followers of these blogs who could give me more information.

    • Rosemary Breen Sep 9, 2011, 8:01 am


      Your post has prompted me to remember a book I read sometime ago called Testimony of Light. It was the mention of the priest that caused me to remember. It is a view of life after death as experienced by an Anglican nun Sister Frances Mary and channelled to Helen Greaves, the author, via telepathy. I mention this book here only by way of reference as it wasn’t one that spoke to me and I could recommend but, nonetheless, it’s well received by others.

      At least your book left you wondering Anne. I’m not sure whether you fully enjoyed yours either and, as I haven’t read Life in the Worlds Unseen, can’t comment.

      I remember someone once explained to me why they believe the Catholic Church dropped the reincarnation theme from their teachings and that it had to do with money. The parishioners started to reason that as they had a few more turns on the merry-go-round of life they decided to hold back on donating to the Church. This, I’m lead to believe, all came out of the Second Council of Constantinople in about 553 A.D.

      But, I’m not an historian and hope others will chime in with their own understanding of this…..



  • Marianne Sep 7, 2011, 10:01 pm

    Well, the visit was *much* harder than I thought. I don’t know if he can fight this. He is very weak and doesn’t move much. His speech is almost gone. To watch him walk is painful. He enjoyed his train ride both here and home. At least that’s something…

    Since he went home he’s been in and out of the hospital.

    I’m sorry it took this long to post anything. I’ve been trying to get my belief system back. It went away for a bit. If it hadn’t been for my husband finding me a particular movie series to watch, I think I’d still be crying.

    Well I’m glad I saw him one more time.

    Hard to talk about.

    Thank you all for being there,

    • Rosemary Breen Sep 7, 2011, 10:53 pm


      I have been thinking of you consciously and then, unconsciously you would pop into my head too.

      Sorry to hear the visit was so difficult and bravo for making the best of such a difficult situation.

      Enjoy him while you can. He obviously needs you and you he. I’m sure you’ve said all that needs to be said now and, while you’re under no illusion about what may lie ahead, it seems this is a time for you to reflect intimately on the big questions of life, death and why?

      Blessings Marianne. Be kind to yourself.


  • Marianne Aug 11, 2011, 10:12 pm

    Bob, how sweet you are. 🙂 The internet can be a (ahem) harrowing place sometimes. Yikes, ey?! Thank you for posting!!

    I do think it’s great that we are all over the world and yet connected like this. 20 years ago this would never be. I’m so glad it’s here now 🙂

    Anne, thank you for saying you’ll stay with me. I’ll be looking for your “ray.”

    I got this saying in my email this morning and I wanted to share it with everyone.

    “There is a silence, a peace, and a calm that belies every moment, Marianne. You’ll find me there.

    Pink tutu and all –
    The Universe

    PS: Actually, you can find me anywhere, Marianne, but there in the silence I’m harder to miss.”
    Sometimes things come up that we really need to hear and “The Universe” has a way of doing that.

    These messages from the Universe are on Mike Dooley’s site: – he’s is an amazing man with a great background story. You can sign up to get these types of messages everyday if you want.

    Anne & Rosemary, thank you x1000,
    With all sincerity,

    • Rosemary Breen Aug 12, 2011, 6:48 am

      I have just signed up for my own tutu Marianne. You’re right it looks a wonderful site.

      And Ive put a link to the site on my blogroll.

      Its Friday where I am and today is the day your journey continues with your brother by your side. Enjoy Marianne!


  • Anne Morgan Aug 11, 2011, 5:55 pm

    Hi Marianne, I hope Rosemary doesn’t mind me hijacking her website to send messages to you. I just want to say that I’m glad you have managed to “open a door” that has a bright light within. Stay positive and be assured I will be thinking of you and your brother. Love and light, peace and healing to you. Anne.

  • Marianne Aug 10, 2011, 10:08 pm

    Thank you for your offer Anne, you are very kind and thoughtful.

    Rosemary, I like the be in pink light. I’m going to create that.

    My whole life he has made me laugh. He tells great stories, does wonderful impressions and is just funny.

    He gave me away at my wedding so we’ll be looking through some old photos and laughing about that.

    I’m okay. It is what it is. Not good. Not bad. Not Right. Not Wrong. It simply IS.

    So, that’s life. He will fight against this. I know him. And he could very well win! If he doesn’t, well he’ll go back to his Star, write a new script and come back down here again.

    He’s can’t wait to eat a real Italian Pizza and here in MA we certainly a plethora of those! 🙂

    We’ll have fun. He’ll rest. It will be okay. I’ve decided to let things unfold without forcing anything. We talked yesterday (3times) he’s very excited. So am I. All will be good. I will not say good-bye. Just can’t. He knows how much I love him, we say it all the time.

    We’ll be the 3 Flamingo’s (boston legal reference) and do whatever we want.

    At least that’s the way I’m leaning.

    Well, this certainly got off the subject of 4s didn’t it? 😉

    Thanks for your support. It has helped more than you will know.
    Hugs, Marianne

    • Rosemary Breen Aug 11, 2011, 6:14 am


      Your post made me smile – so you’ve hit the right mark with me – and I’m sure you will with your brother too.

      It is off topic – and life isntt compartmentalized 🙂

      All the best.


      • Bob Aug 11, 2011, 6:42 am

        To Anne, Rosemary, & Marianne,

        I have been following your posts regarding the illness of Marianne’s brother. I obviously don’t know any of you, but I just want to say how warm, comforting, and compassionate all of you are in your exchanges. The Internet can sometimes be a rough place, especially with the anonymity of all. But you three refute any of that.
        Marianne, enjoy the hugs you give your brother.
        Yes, the topic has temporarily drifted away from the “4’s” and my “11:11’s” and other such paranormal chat, but it’s drifted into a wonderful zone. I, for one, enjoyed reading your comments.


        • Rosemary Breen Aug 11, 2011, 8:06 am


          How kind of you to take the time to comment.

          We three ladies do not even know each other in the usual sense and, in fact, we live on three separate continents. Yet we have met and, as you say Bob, it has been a meeting of more than minds.

          Ciao for now


  • Anne Morgan Aug 8, 2011, 11:49 pm

    Hi Marianne,

    it sounds as if your brother has got it right.

    As I was a nurse in my working days, I had to detach myself from the suffering or I would have gone to pieces, so I know how you are feeling. There are no words of wisdom I can impart to you.

    When my father was dying of cancer we were just very honest with each other, talked about what was to come, shed our tears and said all the loving things we meant to each other while he was still able to appreciate the frankness and then got on with being as normal as physically possible so that when the end came I could smile and wish him well in the new dimension.

    Parting is such sweet sorrow, as the bard said. Enjoy his presence and if you want to off load your private sorrow, ask Rosemary for my e-mail address and I will gladly listen to what ever you want to share.

    My thoughts are with you. Blessed Be. Anne.

  • Marianne Aug 8, 2011, 10:08 pm

    Hi Anne and Rosemary,

    I am bringing him up to our house this coming Friday until Wednesday. He is taking a 20 hour train ride both ways. This will put his mind at rest as he watches the land roll by.

    He will not give up. I know him. He’s doesn’t believe it’s his “time” yet. So, having him up here for a bit, letting him re-charge, not thinking of anything, watching funny movies, telling jokes, etc. is what we are going to do.

    We’re not going site-seeing or anything like that. He doesn’t want to. He just needs to rest his mind. He said when he gets back home, he’ll begin anew.

    You’d think he’d be a mess. But he’s not. I’m a mess. I can’t take it. I don’t know if I can put on the “happy” act. I feel frozen. Unable to move forward. I don’t know why.

    My husband said together we can do this. I am leaning on him.

    If someone does know how to control things, especially oneself, I would love to know. I already do “EFT-tapping” it always helps. I write out gratitude lists a few times a week. I can manifest things, but small things like green lights, parking spots, songs on the radio, sales at stores, flowers, my car (it was free), etc., and I know that if you have “no doubts” then you have “no worries” – we are always taken care of no matter what.

    But I don’t know if I can do this. Of course it’s only Monday and he’s not coming until Friday late afternoon. If he sees tears and wringing of hands, it’s not going to do him any good. So I suppose, with the lack of any better suggestions, I’ll just “Fake it and make it.”

    Yes, we are reminded how close we are to edge – maybe sometimes we need to know that so we’ll “live” and not simply “exist.” I’ve got to get back to my usual state of being, peaceful & calm, for him. Right now I’m very far away from that.


    • Rosemary Breen Aug 9, 2011, 8:41 am


      I can feel your pain and, the love you feel for your brother. He’s obviously coming to the right place to recharge and revitalize.

      Remember he’s your brother. I agree with Anne – openness and honesty now and for as long as you are on this earthly plane seems like a good way to be. Spend your time immersed in pink light for healing and sharing. take your lead from him. If he wants to talk then talk. If he wants quiet give him solace. Im sure you are well tuned to each other and you will make the most of your time together. Enjoy him as much as you can. He obviously chooses to be with you – you in all your frailties and foibles.

      Take care.


  • Anne Morgan Aug 6, 2011, 9:17 pm

    Hi Rosemary and Marianne,
    I’m sorry to hear about Marianne’s brother. I am a fatalist and believe when my number is up, it is time to let go. I also have a great interest in healing and the power of the Universe to take thoughts and use them, so I will be sending my healing thoughts along with anyone else to help with the declining state of the M.S.
    Many years ago when I was struggling to become a “spiritual” person, I was told “to let go and let God”. Over the years I have found this a good way of coping with problems, especially when I know deep inside that there is nothing I can do on a human level. I hope Marianne’s brother can let go of his health issues and leave it up to which ever God/Goddess or Universal Power he acknowleges to do what is pre-ordained for him at this time. I send love and light, peace and healing in my Pagan tradition.

  • Marianne Aug 5, 2011, 10:00 pm

    I don’t think the change from double to triple helix will change literally overnight, I believe it is an on going process – happening right now. And that’s what the whole 2012 is about. Like Anne said, it’s not the ‘end of the world.’ We will all change. It’s both a Big Deal and No Big Deal. 😉

    Rosemary, I’ve watched the movie twice, but I went through this website to get the link. It’s a bit down the page: I would *love* to hear your opinions on the movie. 😀

    Being from the States I never heard of the Georgia Guidestones either. Then one day I just came across it and thought WOW, Cool! I doubt many over here know about it either – at least in my little section of the world.

    Re: The triple helix change…
    My brother has both M.S. and a tumor in his brain. M.S. usually kills a person within so many years of getting it. He’s been living with it for 10+ years.

    The tumor gives you 7 to 11 months to live. (According to the Mayo Clinic) Well, his doctor got him into a research study and he managed to shrink it. It is now 80% smaller and getting smaller still.

    Yesterday the doctors asked my brother if he’d leave his brain to them when he died. Apparently he has a whole lot of colors and activity going on in his brain that others don’t. Which was why he was able to shrink the tumor.

    Now the M.S. is getting him. It attacks the lung muscles and that’s how you die. They told him this was beginning to happen yesterday. After they told him they asked him to try and heal that the way he did the tumor.

    He is tired. He said he has to keep his mind in a state of “Yes I Can” and he’s tired of being in that state of mind. It saps too much of your strength.

    So I believe his brain is a bit ahead of where we are all headed – the ability to heal ourselves. After all, crabs grow new legs. Chipmunk grow new tails. Why can’t we?

    I don’t have an answer. All I know is he can and did. And if that is an example of what 2012 ushers in then I most certainly look forward to it.

    Marianne 🙂

    • Rosemary Breen Aug 6, 2011, 7:06 am

      Oh Marianne

      Im so sorry to read about your brother’s illnesses. In the midst of life we are reminded how close we are to death.

      Is there anything we can do to help? Im sure the healers amongst us will be willing to do absent healing and whatever else they can do.

      Your brother’s powers of healing are remarkable. And now it seems he needs to recharge.

      Where do we go to do that? Where is our nearest charger?

      Now there’s a thought. Part of the self healing function must involve continual renewal/top up of our own healing processes. The key must be unconscious competence. Who has learned to do this unconsciously and what do they do?

      Any ideas? I end up with more questions than answers Marianne but I guess that is to be expected and encouraged.

      Love and light to both you and your brother.

      Take care.


  • Anne Morgan Aug 5, 2011, 8:48 pm

    Hi Rosemary, you wanted to know about the DNA music, its called STARSEED by Andrew Forrest. Track 1, Interstellar Harmonics is for DNA activation -Yang and track 2, Merkabah Resonance is for DNA activation- Yin. There is no information on the disc or the printed insert, but google Andrew Forrest Starseed and there is lots, including a Youtube version of what I suppose is the music on my disc. I have not listened to the Youtube version but as I’ve listed the track names above, it should be easy to check if it is the same.

    • Rosemary Breen Aug 6, 2011, 7:29 am

      Thanks Anne. Ive got it playing as I type.

      Certainly this type of music vibrates deeply with me. It is not settling -more energizing I guess.

      For others who are interested in Andrew Forrest’s music (see he lives in NZ now) here is a link:

      Andrew Forrest – Starseed

      And here is his website.

      Andrew Forrest

      Does it alter our helix? I don’t know but as Marianne has said in another post maybe we are already doing that ourselves.

      Happy listening.

      Thanks Anne.


  • Anne Morgan Aug 5, 2011, 9:28 am

    Hi Rosemary
    The posts on Psychic Revolution have got me surfing the net this morning.

    I’ve never been a fan of the “end of the world” theories but have been fascinated by the Mayan long count calendar.

    The Host’s Play of Life began in 1971 and will end on December 24, 2011 AD–a 40 year term. This time period is also the “tenth and final descent of Voltar’s People.”

    On one website I came across the insert above.

    In all my reading I have never encountered Voltar’s People but it does explain to me at least, why the expected Mayan date of 23/12/2012 for the end of the current cycle (not the physical end of the world) has been brought forward by a year to 24/12/2011.

    My theory has always been that the Mayans were aware of some very long term astronomical event that is due to re-occur at the end of their count. As known near encounters of space objects (see the site is gradually increasing, plus the objects appear to be getting larger and closer in their trajectories, I wonder if this is what the Mayans understood and knew there would be a strike again around this time.

    As for the sudden change of everybody’s DNA to a triple helix on a given day in history, I am baffled as to how this could possibly happen.

    Back in the 80’s I bought a CD of new age music, which is lovely and peaceful to listen to, but was supposed to change my DNA. Needless to say I have not noticed any changes in my physical body not attributable to the natural ageing process.

    I await with interest the coming December 23rd.

    • Rosemary Breen Aug 5, 2011, 9:45 am


      Whatever is this helix altering music? Guess we are all energy and we vibrate and so our DNA resonates with our own personal vibrations and ……. Im not sure I want to rock my DNA that much! Maybe you have changed Anne and it is just that you have split in two. Maybe there is an old helix and a new helix Anne existing??

      Please put it in your diary to wish me Happy Xmas and remind me of 23/12. Why do these things happen at the busy time of the year?

      Thanks Anne.


  • Marianne Aug 5, 2011, 3:19 am

    Back in January there was a very simple explanation of Time-wave Energy online. All in lay-mans terms. And short too! 🙂 However I can’t put my finger on it at this particular moment. I will do some digging and see if I can find the article.

    Another thing that some here may be interested in is: “2012 The Internet Movie” – it is about 2-3 hours long and fascinating. You can only watch it online. Here is the link:

    It explains time-wave energy insomuch as the way it relates to the changes that are coming up. Most of the people who talk are scientists with a wonderful sense of humor! I’ve watched it 2wice and I’m going to watch it again.

    Rosemary and everyone else: Have you heard of the “Georgia Guidestones”?

    A bit of info on it:
    The Georgia Guidestones is a large granite monument in Elbert County, Georgia, USA. A message comprising ten guides is inscribed on the structure in eight modern languages, and a shorter message is inscribed at the top of the structure in four ancient languages’ scripts: Babylonian, Classical Greek, Sanskrit, and Egyptian hieroglyphs.

    The structure is sometimes referred to as an “American Stonehenge.”[1] The monument is almost 20 feet (6.1 m) tall if the buried support stones are included, exactly 18 feet (5.5 m) otherwise,[2] and made from six granite slabs weighing more than 240,000 pounds (110,000 kg) in all.[3] One slab stands in the center, with four arranged around it. A capstone lies on top of the five slabs, which are astronomically aligned. An additional stone tablet, which is set in the ground a short distance to the west of the structure, provides some notes on the history and purpose of the Guidestones.

    …A message consisting of a set of ten guidelines or principles is engraved on the Georgia Guidestones in eight different languages, one language on each face of the four large upright stones. Moving clockwise around the structure from due north, these languages are: English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian.

    1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
    2. Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.
    3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
    4. Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.
    5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
    6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
    7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
    8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
    9. Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.
    10. Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.

    If I remember correctly, the man who had it built used a false name and paid in cash then disappeared into the night.

    Just thought you all might be interested,

    • Rosemary Breen Aug 5, 2011, 6:58 am


      You are the researcher’s researcher “)

      I hadnt heard of the Georgia Guidestones monument. Im wondering if it is well known outside of the States? The principles engraved there upon are certainly sensible and the sentiments enduring. Now, if only we can put more of them into practice.

      And, upon your recommendation I will watch the video. It does seem extraordinarily long but the inclusion of scientific input has got me interested.

      Im wondering why we can only watch it once. Can you let us know more on that please Marianne – perhaps when you find that elusive brief article on time-wave (exactly what I was looking for but couldn’t find).



  • Marianne Aug 4, 2011, 1:07 am

    Rosemary, there is a saying that I think will resonate with many….

    “What arises in form is meaningless. It is only our thoughts that give it meaning.”

    I guess that’s what you just said but it’s from Time-wave Energy. Look it up, I think you will find it interesting. There’s a short explanation somewhere on the web. Just google it.

    It says that every 20 days we are going through a period of time (dark ages, for example or Egyptian Empire, etc.).

    On Dec 2011 “Extreme Novelty” will begin and life as we know it will cease to exist on Earth. A new Earth is being formed and out of it we will all change. Like it or not. I believe it says we will go from having a double helix to having a triple helix, giving us much more intelligence.

    You see there is a language written in the very world we look at every day. But many (most?) of us have lost the ability to read it.

    That ability will come back. As will many other things. Manifesting will be de rigueur.

    If anyone is interested they might want to google “The Ringing Ceder’s of Russia” and read the book (9 in all, translated from the Russian version). Very much an eye opener.

    Just some random things I thought you and others might find interest in…,

    • Rosemary Breen Aug 4, 2011, 7:05 am

      Marianne I never cease to be amazed at your knowledge and the breadth of your area of interest.

      In one post you’ve mentioned at least two topics – time-wave energy and Ringing Cedars.

      While Im not that much into mysticism at this point in my life I know some here may be. So, a couple of references are: ring cedars and scathing weekly

      As far as the Time-wave energy goes I will leave that to Marianne to provide a suitable reference as my brief dip into the topic left me with an overriding impression of forums and chat and I couldn’t find a reference point that gives a good, concise introduction to the topic. Back to you Marianne!



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