Sunday, September 13, 2009

Crop Circle Magnificat

MAGNIFICAT -- Hymn to God.. . Swami Vishwananda, Mahavatar Babaji and the Crop Circle picture and article herein speak of transformation and transfiguration. Beautiful Crop Circle from Netherlands: By unknown. VBV Blog received the crop circle picture and article from a resident and one of the Swami’s at Swami Vishwananda’s Springen Center, Germany.

Swami Vishwananda: . . . there is bread and wine, the symbols that Jesus gave to everybody. The wine of transfiguration is from grape juice to wine. This is the transfiguration that man must go through from mere human being and rise to the Divine Self. And the bread, He [Christ] called His body. He identified Himself with the molecules of the bread; he became the bread and the bread became Him. There is no difference. So in this same way each of you may call upon this Christ energy within you! Say, “Oh God, Oh my Lord.”

Mahavatar Babaji from Unity With The Divine: Krishna came some five thousand years ago to planet Earth and showed mankind, by his life lived in perfect contentment and the Grace of Love Divine, how to live each day to the fullest of its capacity. He did not waste a minute of that life. Krishna was aligned continuously with the inner self and his mission or reason for being on the planet at that time. Read the Bhagavad Gita and comprehend the vastness of God’s Will for His Creation. [transfiguration from human to Divine Self] . .

I beseech you my Earthen brethren of present time, to search also within the mathematical formula the Christ has given you in the crucifixion story of the birth, transformation and transfiguration. You live forever! Your consciousness cannot be extinguished for it is God Himself residing inside you. We all are one! From that understanding and great comprehension we will walk the path of birth, transformation and transfiguration into new birth with the Eighteen Epistles we humbly offer you in Love within Unity With The Divine.

SOURCE = Mayan Prophecy 2012 - The Butterfly Crop Circle Netherlands.

A Gigantic Butterfly Crop Circle formation (530 Meters x 450 Meters), the Biggest Crop Circle Ever ... appeared in Netherlands near a town in southern Holland called Goes, on the 8th of August 2009. It is an incredibly large butterfly with Da Vinci's 'Vitruvian Man' in the center, depicting the metamorphosis of the Caterpillar into a Butterfly. I stumbled upon this brilliant crop circle today while randomly checking one of my friend’s profile on facebook ... my first reaction was that of sheer amazement and the feeling of a rising wave of excitement within realizing the magical synchronicity communicating with all tuned in ...

The Blog Header for Mayan Prophecy 2012 has an image of a man much like Da Vinci's "Vitruvian Man" ... and just a few days ago I added a quote about the Caterpillar to Butterfly Transformation at the end of the blog with a small symbol for a Butterfly :) ... A friend called 'Vikas' (which means to 'Grow' or 'Evolve') sent me this quote couple of months back ... soon after the magical dragonfly crop circle appeared in England, which was also quite synchronistic as we were discussing dragonflies a day before it was reported :)

This formation has not yet been reported by Crop Circle Connector and there is massive drive by the media to keep this low key by suggesting it was man made ... :) We would love to see pictures or videos taken of the artists while at work :)

The Butterfly is symbolic of the process of evolution and is used in many cultures and traditions to symbolize the 'Psyche' or the 'Soul' ...

Spiritual Evolution: The butterfly exists in four distinct forms. Some consider that to do with: The fertilized egg is planted in our mother's womb. From our day of birth we are like the caterpillar which can only eat and creep along. At death we are like the dormant pupa in its chrysalis. After that, our consciousness emerges from the cast off body, and some see in this the emergence of the butterfly. Therefore, the butterfly is symbolic of rebirth after death.

For Christians,
the butterfly's three steps of metamorphosis -- as caterpillar, pupa and then winged insect -- are reminiscent of spiritual transformation. The caterpillar's incessant crawling and chewing reminds us of normal earthly life where people are often wholly preoccupied with physical needs. The chrysalis (cocoon) resembles a tomb and empty, can suggest the empty shroud left behind by Jesus. Therefore, a butterfly represents the resurrection into a new condition of life that is free of any material concerns. In images of the Garden of Eden, Adam's soul is symbolized by a butterfly, or drawn with butterfly wings.

In paintings of Mary and her Child, [Christ Jesus], the presence of butterflies stands for their care for human souls. The Gnostics depicted the Angel of Death by showing a winged foot stepping on a butterfly. Since the insect is so fragile it can be torn apart by a hard rain, the butterfly stands for human frailty, both moral and physical. Also, as its life is not a long one, it is also a symbol of the ephemeral nature of physical existence. A butterfly with a torn wing is the icon for a North American charity that benefits disabled children.

Transfiguration : In America among the Aztec and Maya, the god of cosmic fire, Xiutecutli, is symbolized by a butterfly. Fire is considered the element of transformation, as in cookery and the smelting of metals [and the Hindu Yagnas]. This association is borne out in traditional psychoanalysis where a dream or drawing of a butterfly is taken as a symbol of the client's imminent transformation. En este caso no habido ni sueño ni pintura, pero si la sincronicidad jungiana de la aparición de una mariposa en tu ventana en pleno sand storm … (Roughly translated ... In this case not sleep or painting, but the Jungian synchronicity of the emergence of a butterfly in your window in full sand storm). The ancient Greeks depicted the spirit of a person as a winged stick figure. Interpretation of that symbol gave rise to the idea of the "Soul" or "Psyche" as a butterfly.

The Butterfly Effect suggests the idea that one butterfly could eventually have a far-reaching ripple effect on subsequent historic events and was first mentioned by Ray Bradbury in 1952 in a short story on Time Travel !

As Gregg Braden also suggests in one of his videos on the Holographic nature of the Universe ... One change anywhere in the hologram is mirrored throughout the Hologram ...
... We are the ones we've been waiting for ...

n Lak'ech ... May The Great Spirit Always Be With You ...

Butterfly 'Vitruvian Man' Crop Circle
Netherlands --
8, 2009


Tammy said...
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Anonymous said...

Swami Vishwananda and Mahavatar Babaji's teachings on this blog are inspiring. Thank You.