The biomechanics of a "Bee". Observe the image of a "Bee" and notice the colours it is and what it is doing. The "Bee" is yellow and black and makes a humming sound all day. Could we apply these ideas to our own lives to help us become more productive, just like the "Bee".
This obelisk, stands upright and erect. What if God doesn't speak English? This obelisk is an erection, it is a euphemism or metaphor for celibacy or sexual transmutation.
The beetle crawls on the ground and therefor in a natural sense represents creative powers. The orange disc above its head represents rising of these forces. The colour blue may represent air, lungs and breathing as a means to transmute these forces.
I am f#cked up.!, my f#ck has gone up.! I am a hard man-u-pura.
The power of our sexual energy In healing, balancing us is promoted throughout faiths and institutions. The goal is to become aroused but to not ejaculate, rather let that charged sexual energy rise to help you become more creative and selfless. Becoming more aware of others and the actions you need to take to … Continue reading Sex Magic
Sublimate: The mate which lies within the sub-conscious. This website expresses the wonderful journey that mojo-sublimation can have on your life and some of the enlightenments which you can come to on the way. What if the 3rd temple is not only a building which will be built or erected. Erection or erected being the … Continue reading Mojo Sublimation
I see 9 large erections, surrounding a black box.
will-i-be-long-longing-to-belong-to-you. I belong to you, do you think we or I will be long or will I belong or longing for you? When will you cometh, will I cometh too, The Lord says he will cometh, I hope you will cometh too? Do I belong, or will I be long coming to you. When will it dawn on you, that we belong as two?
My focus is on interpreting the through nature of life and the meaning behind it. I have studied some of the Hindi or Sanskrit languages and have found striking similarities between Irish and Hindu languages and I often wondered if there is or was a cultural and linguistic exchange between these two races?. But my focus for now is to see if that exchange is also true between the English language and Hindu languages.