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WMAP image of the (extremely tiny) anisotropie...

WMAP image of the anisotropies: heat from Big Bang or limit of visibility due to heat lost to cosmic plasma?

by Glen Swartwout

The human mind wraps itself around the nature of all that is, this music of the spheres, and comes up with a model, a scribed score, a complete map of the all.  Well, almost all, or at least as much as we are able to take in and mentally organize.  Modern science offers a spectacular array of theories about the nature of aspects of our world, but many of these are mutually incompatible.

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The Shire: The Shire


  by Glen Swartwout Everything grows at The Shire… well almost everything.  And some things grow faster than we might want, like grass and vines around orchard and garden plantings.  Cultivation is a process requiring our regular attention to help our favorite tasty food plants grow and prosper… Orchards: The orchards are planted as food […]


  by Glen Swartwout Metal is useful for many tools.  When kept well oiled in our ‘marine’ environment, these tools are one of the most precious and lasting sources of utility and value we have.  They are precious.  We paint bright colors on their handles so we do not lose them or forget to bring […]


  by Glen Swartwout The Shire is located adjacent to the Burning Land of Mount Doom, otherwise known as Kilauea, the most active volcano on Earth… The tropical sun, also shines its celestial fire down upon this land, providing a year round growing season, balancing out the sometimes intense rainfall that keeps it a lush, […]


  by Glen Swartwout Dwarves and earth hobbits have an affinity for digging holes in the ground.  This is very useful for harvesting rock and soil, planting trees, building gardens, roads and paths, as well as providing material for rock and mortar construction of foundations and pillars, or dry laid rock construction such as traditional Hawaiian stone […]


by Glen Swartwout Humans and water hobbits have an affinity for water.  While The Shire rainforest environment famously supplies over 11 feet of rain water each year, keeping the aina lush and green, and blooming round the seasons, there is no naturally occurring surface water feature in the lands of Puna, except during floods, of […]


  by Glen Swartwout Wood elves enjoy the remote reaches of deep rainforest, while wood hobbits rarely stray very far from comfort of the The Shire, but prefer to inhabit the cool forest edges.  These Middle Earth dwellers are caretakers of forest glen and glade…  they take care in how they interact with the trees […]

Lava Cracks

  by Glen Swartwout Crevices in the earth form near the Rift Zone of the most active volcano on Earth, as the land to our South (the unstable side of this fault line) sinks under the massive weight of the newest land on Earth, being deposited daily whenever the lava is flowing into the ocean… […]

Lava Trees

  by Glen Swartwout “I’m off to the Lava Tree…” said one hobbit to his fellow. “Mind you don’t fall in!” came a retort of caution…. — You see, lava tree moulds are holes in the earth that can easily be ten feet deep and up to two or three feet wide, a mould formed […]

Lava Tubes and the Underground

  by Glen Swartwout Lava tubes are fun!  Not to mention intriguing entrances to the underworld of the Mu… Sculpting underground rooms is perhaps considered less fun by many, but there are those of us who enjoy this sort of challenge!  Just look at the underground chapel at the Damanhur community in Italy! We are […]

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Bridging Understanding with the Oriental Perspective: The Wood Element in Spiritual Development

In the Clinical Theory of Everything, the Wood Element is the 5th Element of Spiritual Development… The Wood Element brings in Wisdom, Vision and Transcendence… It is the wooden bridge from the Earthly realm to the eternal realm of the Heavens… The Clinical Theory of Everything is the first science-based Theory of Everything that provides an explicit […]

Life and Death

by Glen Swartwout According to recent research findings, “the more we actively contemplate mortality, the more we reject socially imposed goals such as wealth or fame and focus instead on personal growth or the cultivation of positive relationships.” (New Scientist magazine, issue 2887, page 38-40) Traditionally, great value has been found in the contemplation of the “four […]


by Glen Swartwout Acceptance comes first…   Acceptance is the first step in making a difference in the way things are…  After all, things are the way the are, no matter how much we want them to be different. Christ redeemed us all, nunc pro tunc:  now for then (or in this case, then for […]

Be T.R.O.T.H.

by Glen Swartwout The TRUTH is, we are all one family… and We Love Us!   Betroth means to enter an agreement to marry or join in holy union.  The truth is that we are created to be in communion with our fractal source by our nature.  All that may be lacking is our agreement! […]

Welcome Home

by Glen Swartwout The Royalty Of The Heavens: Fractal Sovereignty As sons and daughters of our creator, we carry the fractal sovereignty of our source.  We are co-creators of this spiritual experience of being human… Kings and Queens of this portable real estate (originally from the term Royal Estate) of this earthly body. Where we […]


by Glen Swartwout The virtues are among the few things we can take with us when we leave our material possessions and even our bodies behind… The Philosophers Aristotle and Plato contemplated the four Greek cardinal virtues: Temperance or restraint:  control is a fundamental function of life.  Physiology is a complex feedback system which regulates […]