Friday, September 30, 2011

How to Improve your Intuition!


Trusting Your Intuition 
Let’s look at “Intuition” in its strict dictionary definition. Oxford English Dictionary defines Intuition as: “immediate insight or understanding without conscious reasoning” it also uses the synonyms “instinct” and “inspiration.” There is a class at Harvard called, "How to be Happy" the trick the professor said was to make sure your current moment matches your longterm virtue and values— for true happiness. Here is a story of Telepathy about a mother and son. The son could not see, but while taking an eye exam the boy who could not see, suddenly saw the eye chart through his mother's eyes. Telepathy occurs most commonly with people strongly bonded.

Keep a journal of your dreams
Ask one question before you go to sleep and write the answers down in the morning. Keep an eye out for a hit, or hunch to act on. Intuition is not something well thought out, it comes in fast, flying in from collective consciousness. You can analyze them before taking action, layering logic on top of the hunch is ideal.

Acceptance
 If we have any bad habits just become aware of them with no judgment. The hardest person to forgive is ones self. Habits are the brain's not yours, it is from experiences you have had in life that hurt you and the habit is the twitch. :) I hope your bad habits go away, most of mine have. Below is a peek into my adventure around the world...


My memoir "From Hollywood to God"  is now on Amazon and Kindle books!
Sneak-A-Peek Below!
My first stop was to The World Sound Healing Conference in San Francisco. I wanted to understand the science of frequencies, especially if everything in the universe was vibrating to their own unique song!

I waited in the large conference room to hear Dr. Susan Yale's lecture on the Harmonic Oscillator.

The room went black and three pyramids projected on a movie screen.


"You can hear the sound of "nature" between the Pyramids of Giza," Dr. Yale said, pausing, "it's a perfect F Sharp."

No one moved. She spoke slowly, "If you knew there was a place in the world where you could hear God, would you go?"

I always wanted to sleep on the Nile!"

~ from my Memoir, (click link—"From Hollywood to God"  Kelly Granite Enck on Amazon books and Kindle.
Giza, Egypt
Hiking through Bhutan

Tiger's Temple, Thailand
River Kwai, Thailand


Peru
Tiger's Nest Bhutan


Click link— "From Hollywood to God"  to read my memoir.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Did the Neutrino Break the Speed-of-Light?

Photo by ersc.gov (New Kind of Neutrino Transformation
By Kelly Granite Enck
Is the "Neutrino" breaking the speed of light? We are not sure, because we have no means to measure the unknown reality. 

Alain Aspect was nominated for Nobel Peace Prize in Science for "breaking speed of light" with his discovery on non- locality forty years ago. This is the greatest discovery of all time, breaking Einstein’s rule of Relativity. The principle of locality implies that distant objects cannot have direct influence on one another, and Aspect's experiment proves that what happens to the object, acts on the distant object, without measurable force traveling through space and time. This experiment proved non-locality for the first time, as the basis for all universal relationships.

Physicists from OPERA, one of the experiments at CERN, send beams of neutrinos from the organisation's headquarters on the outskirts of Geneva, through the Earth's crust to an underground laboratory 730km away underneath Gran Sasso, a mountain in the Apennines. They use fancy kit like high-precision GPS and atomic clocks to measure the distance the neutrinos travel to within 20cm and their time of flight to within ten nanoseconds (billionths of a second). The neutrinos in question appear to be reaching the detector 60 nanoseconds faster than light would take to cover the same distance. That translates to a speed 0.002% higher than the 299,792,458 metres per second at which light zaps through a vacuum. Follow up tests will confirm this to be a Nobel Prize Winner and will change everything we once thought to be true.

In the last century.
In the last century it has even been discovered that physical matter is not really solid at all. We have found it is made of molecules and these in turn are made of atoms, which constituted of 99.9% empty space. The little bit of matter that does exist in the heart of the proton and neutron, is now thought to be principally vibrating energy, at least according to the latest String Theory. Indeed, reality is looking more and more ethereal just as the Vedas predicted.

Karl Pribram
Karl Pribram has theorized that our brain perceives objects not primarily through language or images, but by resonating or getting in synch with them. “To know the world is literally to be on its wavelength.”

Conclusion
If this discovery is confirmed, it would mean there are other dimensions to the Universe. The Neutrinos could be going through another dimension to arrive faster-than-the-speed of light. My memoir  "From Hollywood to God"  is now on Amazon and Kindle books! Take a peek below in to the wild adventure...
My first stop was to The World Sound Healing Conference in San Francisco. I wanted to understand the science of frequencies, especially if everything in the universe was vibrating to their own unique song!

I waited in the large conference room to hear Dr. Susan Yale's lecture on the Harmonic Oscillator.

The room went black and three pyramids projected on a movie screen.

"You can hear the sound of "nature" between the Pyramids of Giza," Dr. Yale said, pausing, "it's a perfect F Sharp."

No one moved. She spoke slowly, "If you knew there was a place in the world where you could hear God, would you go?"

I always wanted to sleep on the Nile!"

~ from my Memoir, (click link—"From Hollywood to God"  Kelly Granite Enck on Amazon books and Kindle.
Giza, Egypt
Hiking through Bhutan

Tiger's Temple, Thailand
River Kwai, Thailand

The Kingdom of Bhutan



Peru


Click link— "From Hollywood to God"  to read my memoir.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

The "Ten Commandments" originated in Egypt


By Kelly Granite Enck

The Vignette of the Weighing of the Heart of the Scribe Ani, The Book of the Dead, holds 7 of our Ten Commandments.


Thoth-Hermes
Thoth-Hermes, is referred to by the Egyptian historan Iamblichus as "the first to teach the path to God." He landed in Egypt with a group of sacred scientists and builders, which Sanconiathon refers to as the "Serpent Tribe."

Iamblichus averred that Hermes was the author of medicine, chemistry, law, arc, astrology, music, rhetoric, Magic, philosophy, geography, mathematics (especially geometry), anatomy, and oratory. The Greeks similarly acclaimed Orpheus.

Investigators believe that it was Hermes who was known to the Jews as "Enoch," called by Kenealy the "Second Messenger of God." Hermes was accepted into the mythology of the Greeks, later becoming the Mercury of the Latins. He was revered through the form of the planet Mercury because this body is nearest to the sun: Hermes became known as the Messenger of God.

In the Egyptian drawings of him, Thoth carries a waxen writing tablet and serves as the recorder during the weighing of the souls of the dead in the judgment Hall of Osiris--a ritual of great significance. The appellation "Thrice Greatest" was given to Hermes because he was considered the greatest of all philosophers, the greatest of all priests, and the greatest of all kings. It is worthy of note that the last poem of America's beloved poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, was a lyric ode to Hermes.

Was he one or many, merging
Name and fame in one,
Like a stream, to which, converging,
Many streamlets run?

Who shall call his dreams fallacious?
Who has searched or sought
All the unexplored and spacious
Universe of thought?

Who in his own skill confiding,
Shall with rule and line
Mark the border-land dividing
Human and divine?

Trismegistus! Three times greatest!
How thy name sublime
Has descended to this latest
Progeny of time!

Longfellow, Hermes Trismegistus.
I would like to state, that I am not atheist, and my head is not in the sand. We need to understand the meaning of these parallels. When I discovered that Egypt held the origins of the Bible, I was shocked at first. But now, I feel relaxed and lighter knowing the Bible has "errors" as can be seen in the scripture below.


( From the Holy Bible- Numbers 31:7-18)
[The Israelites] warred against Midian,(tribe in Arabia) as the LORD commanded Moses, and slew every male.... And the people of Israel took captive the women of Midian and their little ones; and they took as booty all their cattle, their flocks, and all their goods. All their cities in the places where they dwelt, and all their encampments, they burned with fire, and took all the spoil and all the booty, both of man and of beast ...Moses said to them, "Have you let all the women live? ...Now therefore, kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman who has known man by lying with him. But all the young girls who have not known man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves."

Why would God say, rape the young girls? And why, would we believe the Bible was infallibility?


What are the origins of the Ten Commandments?
Ethiopia and Egypt are mentioned more than any other countries in the Bible. Ethiopia is known in the Bible as Cush. Egypt is known as Mizraim. Its locals knew the land as ‘ ‘Kemet’, in Ancient Egypt, 6,500 years ago, which meant, “black land” for its soil. The Old Testament changed the name of the land from Kemet, to Egypt. And they called the Kings, “Pharaohs”, instead of Kings, but the word, "Pharaoh" in Greek, means “great house”. In Kemet, they never used the name Pharaoh.


The root of The Ten Commandments
Introduction by Ogden Goelet, Jr., Ph.D. Professor of Middle Eastern Studies, New York University


We enter Ani's Book of the Dead...
"We enter Ani's Book of the Dead as we might enter a contemporary tomb, flanked by hymns to the sun god Re and then by eloquent invocations to Osiris. Passing through these hymns, so to speak, the deceased arrives at the central metaphor of the papyrus and the critical moment of the passage from this world to the next: the weighing of the heart. Here the visual image symbolically represents the judgment of a person's moral worth as the balancing of his heart against the feather of Maat, the goddess who personified truth, justice, and order.

How evocative is this Egyptian metaphor! For all humanity, male or female, mightily rich or wretchedly poor, the delicacy of the necessary equipoise of moral worth contained in the heart meant that one's sins must be feather-light; the criterion of judgment was as unbiased, fair, and impersonal as a marketplace scale. During the New Kingdom, weighing scenes like this were placed near the beginning of a papyrus. The implication was clear — virtue was necessary in procuring passage beyond this point and into a successful afterlife.

In many passages of the Book of the Dead we can almost hear the voice of a modern symbolist poet. Like the metaphor of the scales of judgment, the rich imagery of Egyptian texts was derived from the concrete world of daily life and the natural environment of Egypt. For example, the locus of the afterlife in the Field of Reeds (an Egyptian version of the Isles of the Blessed) emerged from a vision of an infinitely vast and peaceful expanse of golden reeds, much like the wide tracts of the Delta and the thickets along the Nile banks. The Egyptian hoped to find in the next world marshes like those in which he had hunted during life, and fields like those he had plowed.
The Nature of the Book of the Dead -Dr. Ogden Goelet


The Book of the Dead was placed in the tomb with the body.
The Egyptians described the soul, as a trinity: 'ka', the 'ba', and the 'akh'. To enjoy the afterlife, all these elements had to be sustained and protected from harm. The Papyrus of Ani, is in the British Museum in the department of Egyptian Antiquities and the Book of the Dead is carved on the walls in the 4,300-year-old tomb of Queen Sesheshet, mother of king Teti.

What was in The Book of the Dead? The principles known as "Negative Confessions" because they usually began with a negative statement, and are simply affirmations of acts we have avoided in our lives to live by Ma'at ('silent truth').

First I will show you a side-by-side comparison, followed by the full list of Egyptian "Negative Confessions"


The Book of the Dead compared with Ten Commandments
1) Commandment: "You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain"

Negative confession:

1)Commandment: "You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain"

Negative confession: "I have not cursed God."

2)Commandment: "Honor your father and your mother"

Negative confession: "I have not opposed my family and kinsfolk."

3) Commandment: "You shall not kill (murder)."

Negative confession: "I have not committed murder."

4) Commandment: "You shall not commit adultery."

Negative confession: "I have not committed adultery."

5) Commandment: "You shall not steal."

Negative confession: "I have not stolen."

6) Commandment: "You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor."

Negative confession: "I have not uttered lies."

7) Commandment: "You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his manservant, or his maidservant, or his ox, or his ass, or anything that is your neighbor’s."

Negative confession: "I have not defrauded the humble man of his property."


The Ten Commandments from Moses:
1) I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. You shall have no other gods before me.

2) You shall not make for yourself a graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; you shall not bow down to them or serve them; for I the Lord your God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children to the third and the fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing steadfast love to thousands of those who love me and keep my commandments.

3) You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless who takes his name in vain.

4) Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor, and do all your work; but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the Lord your God; in it you shall not do any work, you, or your son, or your daughter, your manservant, or your maidservant, or your cattle, or the sojourner who is within your gates; for in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested the seventh day; therefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and hallowed it.

5) Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long in the land which the Lord your God gives you.

6) You shall not kill (murder).

7) You shall not commit adultery.

8) You shall not steal.

9) You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.

10) You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his manservant, or his maidservant, or his ox, or his ass, or anything that is your neighbor’s.


The "negative confessions" from the Papyrus of Ani
The Declaration of Innocence from the Book of the Dead
Translated by E.A. Wallis Budge:

1) Hail, Usekh-nemmt, who comest forth from Anu, I have not committed sin.

2) Hail, Hept-khet, who comest forth from Kher-aha, I have not committed robbery with violence.

3) Hail, Fenti, who comest forth from Khemenu, I have not stolen.

4) Hail, Am-khaibit, who comest forth from Qernet, I have not slain men and women.

5) Hail, Neha-her, who comest forth from Rasta, I have not stolen grain.

6) Hail, Ruruti, who comest forth from heaven, I have not purloined offerings.

7) Hail, Arfi-em-khet, who comest forth from Suat, I have not stolen the property of God.

8) Hail, Neba, who comest and goest, I have not uttered lies.

9) Hail, Set-qesu, who comest forth from Hensu, I have not carried away food.

10) Hail, Utu-nesert, who comest forth from Het-ka-Ptah, I have not uttered curses.

11) Hail, Qerrti, who comest forth from Amentet, I have not committed adultery, I have not lain with men.

12) Hail, Her-f-ha-f, who comest forth from thy cavern, I have made none to weep.

13) Hail, Basti, who comest forth from Bast, I have not eaten the heart.

14) Hail, Ta-retiu, who comest forth from the night, I have not attacked any man.

15) Hail, Unem-snef, who comest forth from the execution chamber, I am not a man of deceit.

16) Hail, Unem-besek, who comest forth from Mabit, I have not stolen cultivated land.

17) Hail, Neb-Maat, who comest forth from Maati, I have not been an eavesdropper.

18) Hail, Tenemiu, who comest forth from Bast, I have not slandered [no man].

19) Hail, Sertiu, who comest forth from Anu, I have not been angry without just cause.

20) Hail, Tutu, who comest forth from Ati, I have not debauched the wife of any man.

21) Hail, Uamenti, who comest forth from the Khebt chamber, I have not debauched the wife of [any] man.

22) Hail, Maa-antuf, who comest forth from Per-Menu, I have not polluted myself.

23) Hail, Her-uru, who comest forth from Nehatu, I have terrorized none.

24) Hail, Khemiu, who comest forth from Kaui, I have not transgressed [the law].

25) Hail, Shet-kheru, who comest forth from Urit, I have not been wroth.

26)Hail, Nekhenu, who comest forth from Heqat, I have not shut my ears to the words of truth.

27) Hail, Kenemti, who comest forth from Kenmet, I have not blasphemed.

28) Hail, An-hetep-f, who comest forth from Sau, I am not a man of violence.

29) Hail, Sera-kheru, who comest forth from Unaset, I have not been a stirrer up of strife.

30) Hail, Neb-heru, who comest forth from Netchfet, I have not acted with undue haste.

31) Hail, Sekhriu, who comest forth from Uten, I have not pried into matters.

32) Hail, Neb-abui, who comest forth from Sauti, I have not multiplied my words in speaking.

33) Hail, Nefer-Tem, who comest forth from Het-ka-Ptah, I have wronged none, I have done no evil.

34)Hail, Tem-Sepu, who comest forth from Tetu, I have not worked witchcraft against the king.

35) Hail, Ari-em-ab-f, who comest forth from Tebu, I have never stopped [the flow of] water.

36) Hail, Ahi, who comest forth from Nu, I have never raised my voice.

37) Hail, Uatch-rekhit, who comest forth from Sau, I have not cursed God.

38) Hail, Neheb-ka, who comest forth from thy cavern, I have not acted with arrogance.

39) Hail, Neheb-nefert, who comest forth from thy cavern, I have not stolen the bread of the gods.

40) Hail, Tcheser-tep, who comest forth from the shrine, I have not carried away the khenfu cakes from the Spirits of the dead.

41) Hail, An-af, who comest forth from Maati, I have not snatched away the bread of the child, nor treated with contempt the god of my city.

42) Hail, Hetch-abhu, who comest forth from Ta-she, I have not slain the cattle belonging to the god. 

My memoir  "From Hollywood to God"  is now on Amazon and Kindle books! Take a peek into the adventure....

My first stop was to The World Sound Healing Conference in San Francisco. I wanted to understand the science of frequencies, especially if everything in the universe was vibrating to their own unique song!
I waited in the large conference room to hear Dr. Susan Yale's lecture on the Harmonic Oscillator.

The room went black and three pyramids projected on a movie screen.


"You can hear the sound of "nature" between the Pyramids of Giza," Dr. Yale said, pausing, "it's a perfect F Sharp."


No one moved. She spoke slowly, "If you knew there was a place in the world where you could hear God, would you go?"

I always wanted to sleep on the Nile!"

~ from my Memoir, (click link—"From Hollywood to God"  Kelly Granite Enck on Amazon books and Kindle.

Holy Sepulcher 


Last Supper


Tomb of Jesus in Jeruselem

My WILD ADVENTURE!
Click link— "From Hollywood to God"  to read my memoir.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Parallels between Jesus and Thoth, an Egyptian God



Parallels between Jesus and Thoth-Hermes, an Egyptian God, By Kelly Granite Enck

Hermes
Hermes, also known as Thoth, was the architect of the Great Pyramid and the sage who began the Hermetic tradition.

After experiencing Egypt: feeling the magnitude of the Pyramids, the vibe of from the drawings in the tomb walls, and feeling the essence of God in the air, I wanted to write this blog about the Jesus and the Egypt connection.

I have become fascinated with the history of the Bible, a especially where our belief's originated. There are beautiful connection between Thoth and Jesus. Why not see them as one? Science has proven we are all individual electrons that act as part of an interconnected whole. I thought you might like this piece of the puzzle.

Hermes Trismegistus

Hermeticism derives its name from the Greek name for Thoth, also known as Thoth-Hermes, Hermes Trismegistus, or Thrice-Great Hermes. Thoth is an Egyptian god who was believed to have invented writing and who is portrayed as a scribe, teacher, god of magic, and the "Psychopompos," the guider of souls. Hermeticism is an ancient philosopical tradition that emphasizes the importance of inner enlightenment or gnosis, rather than that of pure rationalism or doctrinal faith. It has often been said that western culture is based on the two polarities - of Greek rationality on the one hand, and biblical faith on the other. But there has always been an important third current in western culture, characterized by a resistance to the dominance of either of these polarities, and Hermeticism plays an key part here, along with other philosophies such as Gnosticism, and the Hermetic revival of the Italian Renaissance.

Hermetic writings as a worldview of One Reality, where all dichotomies, all distinctions between body and soul, spirit and matter, are integrated as a part of one whole. Everything was seen as being interconnected with everything else. The famous Hermetic maxim of "As above, so below". The aim of Hermeticism, like Gnosticism, was the deification or rebirth of man through the knowledge (gnosis) of the one transcendent God, the world, and humanity.

Since the scientific mechanization of the world and the rationalism of the 18th century, the Hermetic philosophy, including its revival in the Renaissance, has been largely ignored in academic circles. But, during the last few decades, this has started to change, as it is now acknowledged that ignoring this material may be blinding us from important aspects of the cultural past in the west, thus depriving us of a more complete picture of history. For example, few people today may realise that many of the early Church Fathers studied, respected, and wrote about the books of Hermes in their writings. But the fact that they took them seriously in their time, says something in itself. Today, the branch of theological study in seminaries that deals with the art and history of textual interpretation is called "hermeneutics", after Hermes.

The Hermetic writings, also called Hermetica, is the name given to an extraordinary collection of writings attributed to Hermes Trismegistus, the Greek name for the Egyptian Thoth. This collection, written in Greek and Latin, probably dates from the middle of the 1st century to the end of the 3rd century AD. It was written in the form of Platonic dialogues. In about 1460 AD, a Greek manuscript of 17 treatieses called the Corpus Hermeticum came into the possession of Cosimo de Medici, Duke of Florence. Then, as patron, he ordered Masilio Ficino (1433-1499), the central figure of the Florentine Platonic Academy, to leave aside the works of Plato and concentrate instead on translating these "lost works of Hermes", such did he value their importance. Today, the term "Hermetism" refers to the Hermetica writings, and also to those inspired by it during the medieval and Renaissance periods. "Hermeticism" tends to imply a broader definition which includes other traditions and/or currents of thought, such as Alchemy, Kabbalah, Astrology.

Hermetic Thought

The theological writings of Hermetic thought are represented mainly by the Corpus Hermeticum, by extensive fragments in the writings of Stobaeus, and by a Latin translation of the Asclepius, preserved among the works of Apuleius. Although the setting of these writings is Egyptian, the philosophy is Greek. Alexandria was known as an important early center of Hermeticism, and unfortunately for posterity, many important books were destroyed with the burning of the famous library of Alexandria - a cultural loss from which the world has yet to recover. Hermetic writings also owe a debt to the east, however, as they uniquely combine Platonic, neo-Pythagorean and Stoic philosophies, with some eastern religious elements. Hermeticism was extensively studied by the Arabs and, like many such philosophies, through them it eventually reached the west. The emphasis in Hermeticism tends to be on systematic instruction "in the way of Hermes", leading to a mystic experience, a reunion of the soul with God. At the core of Hermetic writings is the principle that, ultimately, it is not philosophical reasoning that leads to the Truth, but divine revelation. My memoir  "From Hollywood to God"  is now on Amazon and Kindle books! Below is a peek into the adventure...
My first stop was to The World Sound Healing Conference in San Francisco. I wanted to understand the science of frequencies, especially if everything in the universe was vibrating to their own unique song!

I waited in the large conference room to hear Dr. Susan Yale's lecture on the Harmonic Oscillator.

The room went black and three pyramids projected on a movie screen.


"You can hear the sound of "nature" between the Pyramids of Giza," Dr. Yale said, pausing, "it's a perfect F Sharp."

No one moved. She spoke slowly, "If you knew there was a place in the world where you could hear God, would you go?"

I always wanted to sleep on the Nile!"

~ from my Memoir, (click link—"From Hollywood to God"  Kelly Granite Enck on Amazon books and Kindle.

Wailing Wall

Last Supper

Jerusalem 

Holy Sepulcher 

Click link— "From Hollywood to God"  to read my memoir.