Archaeolyptic Plane
ambivalentme:

Buddha Park, Vientiane, Laos

ambivalentme:

Buddha Park, Vientiane, Laos

richard-miles-archaeologist:

Ancient Worlds - BBC Two 

Episode 1 “Come Together”

Alabaster “Eye Idols” from the ancient site of Tell Brak, north Mesopotamia.

Tell Brak was clearly one of the most important cities in the region during the early Bronze Age. Monumental buildings appear to have been rebuilt over many centuries. It was at one of these, known today as the Eye Temple, that the archaeologist Max Mallowan (picture n. 6 with his wife, the writer Agatha Christie and the archaeologist Leonard Woolley) excavated hundreds of these miniature figurines, with their pronounced eyes. The temple’s surfaces were richly decorated with clay cones, copper panels and gold work, in a style comparable to contemporary temples of southern Mesopotamia, or Sumer.

The figurines have been grouped into five types. Some have a single pair of eyes, with or without decoration; some have three, four or six eyes; some have small ‘child’ eye figures carved on their front and on others the eyes have been drilled through.

Examples of figurines with drilled eyes have been found at a number of sites of this period across north Mesopotamia. Excavations at Tell Brak confirmed their date, about 3500-3300 BC.

PART II

coffeenuts:

elfentau:~* Ouroboros *~* The Ouroboros or Oroboro is a mythological creature in the form of snake, worm, snake or dragon swallowing its own tail and forming a circle, therefore, symbolizes the cycle of life, eternity, change, time, evolution, fertilization, birth, death, resurrection, creation, destruction, renewal. Moreover, often Ouroboros is associated with the creation of the Universe. *~

coffeenuts:

elfentau:~* Ouroboros *~* The Ouroboros or Oroboro is a mythological creature in the form of snake, worm, snake or dragon swallowing its own tail and forming a circle, therefore, symbolizes the cycle of life, eternity, change, time, evolution, fertilization, birth, death, resurrection, creation, destruction, renewal. Moreover, often Ouroboros is associated with the creation of the Universe. *~

Must do this!

Must do this!

awakenedvibrations:

Awakened Vibes HERE

archaeoadventuretime:

Helpful Indy gifs for all of your archaeological needs

mirekulous:

Elongated Skull from South Australian Museum….
via Gareth Hacking

mirekulous:

Elongated Skull from South Australian Museum….

via Gareth Hacking

500 Nations - A must see for Native American History

Kingdom of Dwarka.

Sounds like some strong similarities with the Atlantis legend.

doom-march:

Jeffrey Jones- At the earths core

doom-march:

Jeffrey Jones- At the earths core

awakenedvibrations:

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Although body identification is one of the most basic forms of ego,
the good news is that it is also the one that you can most easily go beyond.


This is done not by trying to convince yourself that you are not your body, but by shifting your attention from the external form of your body and from thoughts about your body – beautiful, ugly, strong, weak, too fat, too thin – to the feeling of aliveness inside it. No matter what your body’s appearance is on the outer level, beyond the outer form it is an intensely alive energy field.

If you are not familiar with “inner body” awareness, close your eyes
for a moment and find out if there is life inside your hands. Don’t ask your mind. It will say, “ I can’t feel anything.” Probably it will also say, “Give me something more interesting to think about.” So instead of asking your mind, go to the hands directly. By this I mean become aware of the subtle feeling of aliveness inside them. It is there. You just have to go there with your attention to notice it. you may get a slight tingling sensation at first, then a feeling of energy or aliveness. If you hold your attention in your hands for a while, the sense of aliveness will intensify.

Some people won’t even have to close their eyes. They will be able to feel their “inner hands” at the same times as they read this. Then go to your feet, keep your attention there for a minute or so, and begin to feel your hands and feet at the same time. Then incorporate other parts of the body – legs, arms, abdomen, chest, and so on – into that feeling until you are aware of the inner body as a global sense of aliveness.

What I call the “inner body” isn’t really the body anymore but life
energy, the bridge between form and formlessness. Make it a habit to feel the inner body as often as you can. After a while, you won’t need to close your eyes anymore to feel it. For example, see if you can feel the inner body whenever you listen to someone. It almost seems like a paradox: When you are in touch with the inner body, you are not identified with your body anymore, nor are you identified with your mind.


This is to say, you are no longer identified with form but moving away from form identification toward formlessness, which we may also call Being. It is your essence identity. Body awareness not only anchors you in the present moment, it is a doorway out of the prison that is the ego. It also strengthens the immune system and the body’s ability to heal itself.

By: Eckhart Tolle - ‘A New Earth’

dotroom:

She then saw in his mouth the whole eternal universe, and heaven, and the regions of the sky, and the orb of the earth with its mountains, islands, and oceans.