The Piping Plover Flying Through the Vora-Gate Causality of the Earth to Other Realms of Quantum Reality

Vora-Gate Causality, Samij Datta, 2012

The Piping Plover Flying Through the Vora-Gate Causality of the Earth to Other Realms of Quantum Reality

Consciousness-Analogue

Earth to earth there are many modes of communication

The trees are always talking to the sandy beaches where the Piping Plover has found a home

Where in the cool shade of the dusk she bids adieu to the sun in the late afternoon hours

Almost meditating with the great lakes around her, a soft breeze blowing over the gravel pathways

The lines of force tread gracefully like a queen singing an old song from Ontario

“And in my mind /I still need a place to go/All my changes were there…

Helpless, helpless, helpless…”

The rocks felt the fire of the sun that was dreaming to break free from all inner prisms

The Habber-Brahman was a supra-illuminated vehicle of dovhajkakoithanivyatromatin  

Time is what time is who knows and why? Beauty hides in the nest of its own bird

And freedom is the inner-expression of the flying machines

Through the earth to other earths transmitting signals in giga- electro-escape space

The fan-cup-man is standing alone outside the parabrahman circle (1cm radius)

He sees the time coming to dance on the shores in elliptical orbits

Words are reflecting the mindless linux of a system of intelligence

Transformative index to be greater than 7-evolution-5

Answers are answers to questions while writing analogues to time relevant signals

The plover has learned afternoon have many wings to measure the distance between the stars

And as her whistles rang like bells across the space-time ether of destined eternity,

The black ring on her neck was a sign of the eclipse, said the Ploughman

And on the other side through the Vora-gate causality lay the kingdom of the living and the dead.

– Joy Roy Choudhury

Ref: I.

“And in my mind /I still need a place to go/All my changes were there…

Helpless, helpless, helpless…” – Helpless (Neil Young), 1970 Album Deja Vu

Ref: II Piping Plover Photograph, Internet Archives

 

 

 

 

 

 

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