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Twilight Intuition


The royal hue of the late evening dusk glows like a stationary lapis nectar. Stars faintly sparkle like tiny diamonds bathed in cosmic cerulean skies. Once in a while a cloud is just visible enough to be mistaken for a galactic arm. Street lamps shed their ethereal copper lights from incandescent bulb. It is magical, deeply so.

During the winter, falling snow sparkles like miniature fairy gems. During the spring and summer, warm breezes rush about the ground like swirling energies.

The effect of twilight is to put one into a mindset where anything is possible. The nuances of intuition circle about the mind in a vivid way, whispering the sacred oneness with all the Universe…the Great Macrocosm, right down to molecular configurations to sine waves, energetic oscillations and the archetypes of the unconscious.

Every star, every orbous ball of ionic gas is merely a celestial cell in a galactic organism. Then to, each galaxy is merely a cell in a living universe. All is one, reflected by many, nuanced and interpolated by contemplations of great depth.

Here, enveloped in the incoporeal twilight, one can juxtapose and extrapolate, or merely relish in the wonder of existence. This is a special place to reflect on the holographic unity of the Cosmos and the Great Genius who designed it…


How special                     

the delight of a child

clutching dull stones

as though

attempting to grasp

the stars…


Bathed in an ocean

of innocence

born of ignorance




If only,

if only the child’s fingers

could clutch tight

the pulsing pulsars PARSECs

away awash

in dewey time-space unity.

The Pineal Gland

The Pineal Gland (PG) is located at the back of the inner brain. It produces the potent psychedelic N,N-Dimet hyltryptamine (DMT). It also produces beta-carbolines to protect DMT from enzymes. The PG is enveloped in cerobrospinal fluid and receives a generous supply. Aaron Lerner found that the PG uses and amino acid called “tryptophan” to produce the neurotransmitter melatonin. It uses argenine vasotocin (AVT) to produce “slow-wave sleep” by its secretions. Extremely low frequency electromagnetic waves may also affect PG function.

DMT is also found in plants, and has been used in Shamanic rituals to produce mystical visions and spiritual experiences. Especially those of beings speaking to shamans and teaching them how to use the plants.


One question we might pursue is: is this a form of biochemical communication between plants and humans?

Why does the brain protect a chemical that induces spiritual experiences?

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A lifetime without Love is of no account. Love is the Water of Life. Drink it down with heart and soul.–Bruce H. Lipton, microbiologist

The most beautiful and profound emotion we can experience is the sensation of the mystical. It is the power of all true science.–Albert Einstein, theoretical physicist

The experience of the mystical and divine is not only the energy of science, but it is the Spirituality of the Rational.

The human brain is hardwired to connect; it is capable of growing new neurons through experiences and relationships. It is here we have our greatest impact.–Daniel Siegal, neuroscientist

Understanding is a kind of ecstasy.–Carl Sagan, astronomer

Purpose is activating the Intelligence that guides our life.–Dawna Markova, psychologist

Every deep and cosmic feeling we have whispers to the depths of our souls that is who we are. We are cosmic bio-energetic beings. We are miracles and complex systems.

There are two ways to live your life: one is as though nothing is a miracle, the other is as though everything is a miracle.–A. Einstein




If you give what you can, with what you have, you’re giving everything. You don’t have to give money, you can also give of yourself.–Lorenchia Scott

Wisdom is knowing what to do; virtue is doing it.–Starr Jordan

The personal life deeply lived always expands into truths beyond itself.–Anais Nin

Only a life lived for others is worthwhile.–Albert Einstein

The more you give all you have, the more you have.

Understanding is a kind of ecstasy.–Carl Sagan

I believe there’s always something to aspire to, improve on, to dream about for everyone. That’s the real purpose of life.–Sean Hardin

Have a good life. Be a good friend. And try to be completely who you are. And figure out what you personally love. And go after it with everything you’ve got, no matter how much it takes.–Angelina Jolie

Only when one is connected to one’s core is one truly connected to others.–Anne Morrow Lindberg

Let yourself be drawn to the core of what you really love.–Rumi

Do all things with love.–Og Mandino

Be, so that you may do.

All of my life through, new sights of nature made me rejoice like a child.–Marie Curie

Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe and calls the adventure science.–Edwin Hubble

I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in.–George Washington Carver

No individual has any right to come into the world and go out of it without leaving something behind.–G.W. Carver

Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.–William James (Bill Jim)

God always gives his best to those who leave the choice to him.–Jim Elliot

When you give your life to a Higher Power, it takes you places you never would’ve dreamed.

Put your heart, mind, and soul into your smallest acts. This is the secret to success.–Swami Sivananda

Happiness is not something you postpone for the future, it is something you design for the present.–James Rohn

No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.–Anonymous

What great thing would you attempt, if you knew you could never fail?–Robert Schuller





The Photoelectric Effect

The absorption of  electromagnetic radiation by matteir stimulates a release of photoelectrons in a sort of exothermic emission.



Photosynthesis is an endothermic “phyto-molecular” reaction stimulated by solar energy which is turned into glucose through a complex cytochemical process.


Time Dilation

Time dilation is a phenomenon which occurs when matters travels at the speed of light (roughly 186,000 mps). Time seems to slow down at episotic intervals of linear form which occur with longer lapses in between them.



Ketamine increases glutamate release in the temporal lobes while acting as an inhibitory neurotransmitter lowering postsynaptic action potential in the frontal lobes.


Of fairest form
Of fairest giver
Diamond dew drops
Travelling down the river
Spinning spindle sung
Webs of clover thought
Like woven tapestries hung
Silky spider fabrics
Floating through an ecstatic air
Onward, onward, on always to the new…

Of lovers a euphoric pair
Hand in hand
Our hearts are inextricably knit
Our perceptions of reality entwined sit
In a galactic color chest
Send over the neural key
Made of diamond

Peel ego scales off your illumined eye and see
Bolts of plasma
a charged atmosphere
The voice of war we are hearing

Life’s but a vapor formed
Though galaxy to dendrite
Holds ever yet a tome of mystery untold

Though heaven raise me to the height
Little knowledge should I hope to gain
If for all my toil
I might unravel
A deoxyribonucleic helix coil
I may never fully hope to comprehend
What genius time-space warping did bend

The cosmic treasure tome
Is but a Divine axiom
Galactic spirals and star-dust conglomerations
An enigmatic universal poem
Sings sweetly the Giver glory bring
A neutron star’s dying breath
An alpha particle’s exhale
Or radium’s entropic death

If thou knowest
Canst thou declare
Secret of silver heart’s
Gilded stair

Evincing a vivacious truth
The excited trilling of an indigo
The sciences may hold the heart of a sagacious sleuth
Infused with ruby life
Inspired by Chrysoprase cerulean blues

The deepest pain, mutilation by a jagged knife
Healed by refreshing zephyrs

How measured the pulsar’s pulsing beat
Throbbing, throbbing, probing as it speaks

Thermoelectric conductivity meets
The searching mind’s frontal cerebral lobes
Undulating, convulsing
Verdant serpent hills
Synaptic relaying
Psychological replaying
The mind’s diamond key

Esoteric secrets compare not as
Exoteric knowledge is as an ephemeral vapor flees

In the ever singing, ever swinging
Pendulum of time
The chimes of fury
Hell’s best bent
Heaven’s celestial love song has to us lent
The joyous melodies of
Stellar radio frequency emissions
All of the universe
My puny intellect commissions


To all of the vastness of starlight and time
I proffer a celebratory rhyme

The joy is never fully knowing
But, ah! the frustrations of analytical ignorance
The psycho-cognitive secrets
Of the extrastriate cortex
Never forgetting
The mesoscopic vortex

Polycrystalline atomic solids
Extending three-space
Like the intricacies of
Some ionic lace

Beauteous blossoms borne
Upon the nodding-head of fair May

The right cardiac atrium
With a jagged knife
Deftly torn
Bleeding, throbbing, draining force
Bioelectic pulse
That does through my neural axons course


Extracting, infusing, inspired, inhaled
The Death’s head impaled
The holy grail of science
Higg’s Boson, component of the omnipresent field
Acoustic strings
To the undying quests of physics yield

Electrochemical impulses
Magnetic rippling pools
Thermoelectric cooling cools
Induction waves and arachnid lace
How possibly complex the evanescent gases
Yet eternal time never passes

Serpentine polymers
Elegant phosphodiester bonds
Shimmering, the gleaming ponds
Of genetic information
Genomic super-coiling
DNA quadruplex resulting from
Repeating telomere patterns

Without crystal wisdom
Our vain human efforts are made merely mundane
Only love and unity linking
A universal super-chain

And shield me as I sling an eye
Though kiss not
Fair beau
teous Aphrodite’s
Gilded solar coin

Knowing not as wisdom high
Though heightened bring

Celebrate a Scientist-King!


Happiness is like an art.

Happiness is increases for good health, studies show.

The Bbile says, “A merry heart doth good like a medicine.”I Will Praise You–Rebecca St.James

Treat your health carefully. So that you will feel beautiful, handsome, strong and confident.

Meditate on something beautiful. Give your mind over to it.

When it comes to your dreams, passions and life: enjoy every little  moment (who knows how long we have them). Focus on gratefulness, not what annoys you. Keep your dream like a little seed. If it must die, it will. Otherwise, hold it like a little spark in your heart.

Remember, whatever you give your attention to will change your brain in some way, so surround yourself with beauty. Yet, stay aware of the world’s troubles so that when you become one with beauty, you can be used by the grace of God. Let the Creator bring you to him so that you may resonate with light.

Make a vision board.

Create prayerfully, meditatively, a mission statement for your life.

Get to know yourself. It can help increase your confidence. I suggest using MBTI (Meyers Briggs Type Indicator). Answer the questions based on what you’d like to do in given situations.

There are 4 temperaments:

Guardian/Traditionalist/Stabilizer  (SJ=Sensing Judging)

Artisan/Free Spirit/Entertainer (SP=Sensing Perceiving)

Idealist/Visionary/Mystic (NF=iNtuitive Feeling)

Rational/Scholar/Thinker (NT=iNtuitive Thinking)

Human Metrics

Similar Minds

Keirsey Temperaments


Every day, take some small step in the direction of your dreams. Whether it’s starting a blog, writing, doing your homework/extra study, joining a club, reading an inspirational book, going on a jog or hike…

I think we (I) need to focus more on what we have than what we don’t.


Someone told me that being happy is choice. Choose to realign with your Source, God. Connect to the Universe. Then you will find joy…when you let beauty flow into your heart…

“I will bless the Lord continually at all times his praise shall continually be in my mouth.”–Psalm 34:1

“Rejoice evermore.”–1 Thessalonians 5:16