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Thursday, September 22, 2011

The Chakra system and Tetrahedron Star Vessel-Merkabah Mechanics.

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The Chakra system & Star Tetrahedron Merkabah vessel  "The Mechanics".

This blog will explain in detail the Energy Vorticies of the Body and the Merkabah Vessel that can manipulate this reality of the 3rd/4th dimension of time and space here on Earth. It will also bring Enlightenment to the DNA Encoding process for mans evolution and generate abilites from better Health to a Sound Mind. Education  of the Metaphysical world is a must for the soon to be Earth changes and 5th dimensional of Tomorrow  on Our little planet here and  All its inhabitants and through out reality-

From Activation of The Pineal gland and Chakra system to understanding and controlling of this Energy system and its factor for bringing Ascension to the ones who wish  " True Ascension capabilities".

Chakra System & the Body

Ancient Hindu / Modern Name.

More on chakras

Chakra is a concept referring to wheel-like vortices which, according to traditional Indian medicine, are believed to exist in the surface of the etheric double of man.[2] The Chakras are said to be "force centers" or whorls of energy permeating, from a point on the physical body, the layers of the subtle bodies in an ever-increasing fan-shaped formation. Rotating vortices of subtle matter, they are considered the focal points for the reception and transmission of energies.[3] Seven major chakras or energy centers (also understood as wheels of light) are generally believed to exist, located within the subtle body.

It is typical for chakras to be depicted as either flower-like or wheel-like. In the former, a specific number of "petals" are shown around the perimeter of a circle. In the latter, a certain number of spokes divide the circle into segments that make the chakra resemble a wheel (or "chakra"). Each chakra possesses a specific number of segments or petals.

Chakras:Base chakra =4 petals red colored flame
Root Chakra -Muladhara


Shakti / Manifestation

Survival / Grounding / Stability
gravitation drawing into a point
trust, survival, self preservation
root support, desire to be
in the physical world
Sense = smell
Suprarenal glands, prostate
Kidneys, bladder, spine
Gem = Coral
Planet = Mars
Spiral pair = crown chakra 1/7
Excessive: overly possessive;
fearful parent

Deficient: homeless; ungrounded; victim

Chakras:Sex chakra = 6 petals Orange colored flame

Sacral Chakra-Swadhishtana
WaterRelationships / Sexuality / Empathy
Pleasure / Well-being connection, delight
emotions, feeling, polarity, change
Gonads and reproductive organs, legs

Gem = Amethyst
Planet = Mercury
Sense = taste
Spiral pair = third eye 2/6
Excessive: manipulative,
controlling, lustful, addictive
Deficient: co-dependent, martyr, submissive, doesn’t feel anything,
shut down

Chakras: Solar Plexus Chakra = 10 petals yellow color flame

Solar Plexus Chakra-Manipura

FireWill / Power / Joy / Motivation
self-esteem transformation, identification / mastery
will over your own light
power in relationship with others
vitality, energy
standing steady in your own self
desire to express individuality
Pancreas, stomach, liver, gall-bladder

Gem = Emerald Planet = Jupiter
Sense = sight
Spiral pair = throat chakra 3/5
Excessive: egotistical, self-absorbed; ambitious self-driven warrior, desire to take control
Deficient: poor self-worth; sensitive servant; feels disliked; martyr; needing to “do” all the time

Chakras: Heart Chakra = 12 petals green colored flame
Heart Chakra-Anahata

AirCompassion / Love / open-hearted
desire for self-acceptance balance emotions, harmony,
place of integration
Thymus, heart, liver, lungs,
blood circulation
Gem = Ruby Planet = Venus
Sense = touch
Spiral pair = the center 4/4
Excessive: inappropriate emotional expression; poor emotional boundariesDeficient: ruthless, no heart, can’t feel emotions

This is the entry chakra or the starting point -Focal Point-and intergrator for everything.Unlocking the Ancient system is done through this Vorticie
And is easily opened By unconditional love and Compassion. And by means of Sound/meditation or Enlightenment of Truth . This will be the concentration point for everyone who wishes to Unite their Duality "Good/bad"  Higher chakra to the lower base chakras. 
Service to Others

More Science of the HEART

Carl Sagan -Science of the Heart.

Spirit Science- POWER OF THE HEART

Heart Meditation Videos.
We will get into detail more for this and unlocking ability -

Chakras: Throat Chakra = 16 petals cyan color flame
Throat Chakra-Vishuddha
Communication / Creativity
Intuition / Synthesis
Self expression / Desire to speak and hear the truth

Thyroid gland, throat, upper lungs,
arms, digestive track
Gem = Sapphire Planet = Saturn
Sense = Hearing
Spiral pair = solar chakra 5/3
willful, controlling, judgmental, hurtful speech

lacking faith, unable to creatively express, silent child

Chakras: Third Eye Chakra = The eye 96 petals Indigo color flame
Third Eye Chakra-Ajna

LightKnowingness / Intuition / Perception
Self Mastery, wisdom, imagination
Pituitary gland, spine, lower brain,
left eye, nose and the ears
Gem = Diamond Planet = Sun
Sense = Sixth sense, higher mind
Spiral pair = sacral chakra 6/2
Excessive: overly intellectual; overly analytical
Deficient: unclear thought; deluded


Chakras: Crown Chakra = Stargate vortex 960 (960 +12) 972 Violet color flame
Crown Chakra-Sahasrara
Shiva/ Consciousness
Unification of colors
Intelligence / Bliss of
Divine Wisdom
Pineal gland
Upper brain and right eye
Gem = Pearl Planet = Pluto

Spiral pair = root chakra 7/1
Excessive: cult leader, ego maniac
Deficient: no spiritual inspiration/aspiration

The Merkabah Star Tetrahedron

The Merkabah Star Tetrahedron is a activation process that involved the Keys of Compassion and the balance of duality with dna Manipulation from chakra awakening and controlling the basics of removing all Current ways of thinking and seeing from the heart instead of ones mind-Unconditional love / compassion .The focal point and intergration point. This triggers and activates the common two strain dna and unlocks t "junk dna" or better known as dormant dna ,then activates and recodes  "Ones"  dna  creating the Star tetrahedron Energy vessle .

This  "can" represent a 15 Dimensional Universe Based on Personal manifested Merkabah .

1. The Merkabah Spiral -Two Counter rotating Merkabah Spiral sets "Electronic & Magnetic" Both coming together creating a Vortex or Merkabah Field in representation to the two opposites coming together as one a field..
A counter rotation of the two Merkabah fields in one vortex set means the top spiral "Electronic" spins in one Direction while the Bottom Merkabah vortex spiral spins in the opposite direction.

2. Merkabah field "Coming together of" Merkabah fields are the energy organs by which we kept in this dimensional "locked in" phase , and they are also tools for unlocking this dimensional rift.
This enables us to move from one reality within another. "By either expanding or contractiing" this dimensinal rift of time/density This will let us ascend and decend throughout time and space.

The Field of the "One" Merkabah can be a permanent and ordered structure in a interwined and connected electro-magnetic energy that is counter rotating the spirals that exsist as a integration part of all Gods Creations. This personal Merkabah field is structured with part of our holigraphic universe that a natural 15 dimensional Matrix of energies within every life form and all matter with this and every reality .
The Within One Merkabah field can represent the life of the system through consciousness that manifests though space and time within matter by all consciousness from a supply of light energy "Streams of the postive vibrations" when one reconnects through the ancient teachings of unclocking the ckakra system which will develop the and encode/decode the energy fields from thought manifestations of the mind.

Work in progress.  come back soon~!


  1. you might not want to call in any of the shows because things are starting to get a little crazy here and there on both glenns blog and also both shows because of a trouble person that alls himself middle class mike there. probably you do not want to get involved

  2. lil q, I dont know Mike, I dont care to know him . I find his views very flawed and called him out on his perspectives already and he had nothing to say. I dont listen to the shows, I dont go on the blog, did after ya said not too. Anyways. please dont get me involved or even mention this stuff again -I truly dont care.

  3. ok now i am starting to see all of these phony names on his blog and i betcha its the same person typing in random names on there. heck it out if you can

  4. Hey glenns blog has changed, he is not allowing any anonymous comments anymore because of all of the fake names on here

  5. Good for him, I said to do that along time ago.

  6. are you gonna change yours to prevent open id people on here and anon posters as well

  7. Lil Q Ive said that I have software to watch everyone, I can tell there ip address and who they are, nothing wrong happening on my blog.Please just worry about yourself I am doing beyond fine- thank you

  8. I think the chakra system is what we call nadi in term of the the channels through which, in traditional Indian medicine and spiritual science, the energies of the subtle body are said to flow. They connect at special points of intensity called chakras in sushumana
    An early version of the nadi system is mentioned in the Chandogya Upanishad, which says:
    A hundred and one are the arteries of the heart, one of them leads up to the crown of the head. Going upward through that, one becomes immortal.

    Nadis are not nerves but rather channels for the flow of consciousness. The literal meaning of nadi is'flow'. Just as the negative and positive forces of electricity flow through complex circuits, in the same way, prana shako (vital force) and manas shako (mental force) flow through every part of our body via these nadis. According to the tantras there are 72,000 or more such channels or networks through which the stimuli flow like an electric current from one point to another.
    The word "Nadis" can actually be correctly pronounced as "NaRdi", with R+d loosely pronounced together. In normal biological reference, a "Nardi" can be translated into "Nerve" in English. However, in Yogic, and specifically in Kundalini Yoga reference, a "Nardi" can be thought of as a channel (not an anatomical structure). In regard to Kundalini Yoga, there are three of these "Nardis". "Irda", "Pingala", and "Sushumna". "IRda" (again, R+d spoken just like in "NaRdi" - the effort is made by the tip of the tongue, it curls up, pointing backwards, then lashes out springing forward to lay flat)is lies to the left of the spine, whereas "Pingala" is to the right side of the spine, mirroring the "IRda". Sushumna runs along the spinal cord in the center, through the seven chakras, "Mooladhaar" at the base, and "Sahasrar" at the top (or crown)of the head. It is at the base of this "Sushumna" where the "Kundalini" lies coiled in three and a half coils, in a dorman or sleeping state.

  9. Functions and Activities
    Nadis are thought to carry a life force energy known as prana in Sanskrit, or qi in Chinese-based systems. In particular prana (active) is supposed to circulate inside Pingala, while apana (passive) is supposed to circulate inside Ida. Inside Sushumna is supposed to circulate kundalini when awakened.[3] The Ida and Pingala nadis are often seen as referring to the two hemispheres of the brain. Pingala is the extroverted (Active), solar nadi, and corresponds to the right hand side of the body and the left hand side of the brain. Ida is the introverted, lunar nadi, and corresponds to the left hand side of the body and the right hand side of the brain (crossing occurs in the optical chiasma). These nadis are also said to have an extrasensory function, playing a part in empathic and instinctive responses. The two nadis are believed to be stimulated through different practices, including Pranayama, which involves alternate breathing through left and right nostrils, which would alternately stimulate respectively the left and right sides of the brain. The word nadi comes from the Sanskrit root nad meaning "channel", "stream", or "flow". The rhythmical breathing and special breathing techniques are supposed to influence the flow of these nadis or energetic currents. According to this kind of interpretation (which is the Yoga interpretation) the breathing techniques will purify and develop these two energetic currents and will lead to breathing special exercises whose goal is to awake kundalini. Among 7 Nadi Chakras in our body. Of the seven, four are in the trunk of the body, two in the head- and there is one in the neck. Chakra is the power center associated with the subtle body of man. Each chakra is ruled by an incarnation of Goddess Parashakti.

  10. Ida, Pingala and Sushumna
    Amongst these ducts or nadis, three are of the utmost importance: the Medullar Sushumna, which interpenetrates the cerebrospinal axis from the perineum to the juncture of the lamboid and sagittal suture of the cranium, and it is associated with both nostrils being open and free to the passage of air. The 'lunar Serpentine Ida' of the left side, of a pale color, negative polarity. It is associated with feminine attributes, the Yin element of Chinese philosophy, and an open left nostril; the solar Serpentine Pingala of the right side, red color, positive polarity. It is associated with masculine attributes, the Yang element of Chinese philosophy, and an open right nostril.[4] Those are the main nadis, but in some tantric texts more than 72,000 nadis are cited.[5] They all start from the central channel of the chakras to the periphery, where they gradually become thinner[citation needed].
    The Sat-Cakra-Nirupana, one of the earliest text on nadis and chakra, explicitly refer to these three main nadis, calling them Sasi, Mihira, Susumna.
    In the space outside the Meru,the right apart from the body placed on the left and the right, are the two Nadis, Sasi and Mihira. The Nadi Susumna, whose substance is the threefold Gunas, is in the middle. She is the form of Moon, Sun, and Fire even water also; Her body, a string of blooming Dhatura flowers, extends from the middle of the Kanda to the Head, and the Vajra inside Her extends, shining, from the Medhra to the Head. [6]
    Sushumna (alternatively known as Susumna) Nadi connects the base chakra to the crown chakra. It is very important in Yoga and Tantra in general. Alternative medicine also refers to Sushumna sometimes. In Raja Yoga or Yoga of Patanjali, when the mind is quietened through Yama, Niyama, Asana and Pranayama the important state of Pratyahara begins. A person entering this state never complains of Dispersion of Mind. This is characterised by observing the movements/jerks in Sushumna, the central canal in the subtle body. The movements indicate the flow of Prana through the central canal and in the process, the sushumna makes the way for the ascent of Kundalini.
    Pingala is associated with solar energy. The word pingala means "tawny" in Sanskrit. Pingala has a sunlike nature and male energy. Its temperature is heating and courses from the left testicle to the right nostril. It corresponds to the river Yamuna. The Ida and Pingala nadis are often seen as referring to the two hemispheres of the brain. Pingala is the extroverted, solar nadi, and corresponds to the left hand side of the brain. Ida is the introverted, lunar nadi, and refers to the right hand side of the brain.
    Ida is associated with lunar energy sometime it is based on solar energy. The word ida means "comfort" in Sanskrit. Idā has a moonlike nature and female energy with a cooling effect. It courses from the right testicle to the left nostril and corresponds to the Ganges river. Ida nadi controls all the mental processes while Pingala nadi controls all the vital processes.

  11. Western tradition and Interpretations
    Sometimes the three main nadis (Ida, Pingala and Sushumna) are related to the Caduceus of Hermes: "the two snakes of which symbolize the kundalini or serpent-fire which is presently to be set in motion along those channels, while the wings typify the power of conscious flight through higher planes which the development of that fire confers".[7] In this framework of mystic western esotericism welded with yoga concepts, sometimes the three nadis are related and named as alchemical sulphur and alchemical mercury [8][9]
    "In the East, the symbol of the two serpents twisting on the rod corresponds to the two currents Pingala and Ida which coil around the Merudanda: the first is red, hot and dry, likened to the Sun and the Alchemic Sulphur; the second, Ida, is cold and wet, like the Alchemic Mercury and is correlated with the Moon for its silver pallor." [10]

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Prana (प्राण, prāṇa) is the Sanskrit word for "vital life" (from the root prā "to fill", cognate to Latin plenus "full"). It is one of the five organs of vitality or sensation, viz. prana "breath", vac "speech", chakshus "sight", shrotra "hearing", and manas "thought" (nose, mouth, eyes, ears and mind; ChUp. 2.7.1).
    In Vedantic philosophy, prana is the notion of a vital, life-sustaining force of living beings and vital energy, comparable to the Chinese notion of Qi. Prana is a central concept in Ayurveda and Yoga, where it is believed to flow through a network of fine subtle channels called nadis. Its most subtle material form is the breath, but it is also to be found in the blood, and its most concentrated form is semen in men and vaginal fluid in women.[1] The Pranamaya-kosha is one of the five Koshas or "sheaths" of the Atman.
    Prana was first expounded in the Upanishads, where it is part of the worldly, physical realm, sustaining the body and the mother of thought and thus also of the mind. Prana suffuses all living forms but is not itself the Atman or individual soul. In the Ayurveda, the Sun and sunshine are held to be a source of prana.
    In the Hindu philosophy of Kashmir Shaivism, prana is regarded as an aspect of Shakti (cosmic energy). As for Nadis In Yoga, the three main channels of prana are the Ida, the Pingala and the Sushumna. Ida relates to the right side of the brain, and the left side of the body, terminating at the left nostril and pingala to the left side of the brain and the right side of the body, terminating at the right nostril. In some practices, alternate nostril breathing balances the prana that flows within the body. In most ancient texts, the total number of nadis in the human body is stated to be 72,000. When prana enters a period of uplifted, intensified activity, the Yogic tradition refers to it as Pranotthana.[2]

  12. [edit] The Five Prāṇas
    In Ayurveda, the Prāṇa is further classified into subcategories, referred to as prana vayus. According to Hindu philosophy these are the vital principles of basic energy and subtle faculties of an individual that sustain physiological processes. There are five pranas or vital currents in the Hindu system:[3]
    1. Prāṇa : Responsible for the beating of the heart and breathing. Prana enters the body through the breath and is sent to every cell through the circulatory system.
    2. Apāna : Responsible for the elimination of waste products from the body through the lungs and excretory systems.
    3. Uḍāna : Responsible for producing sounds through the vocal apparatus, as in speaking, singing, laughing, and crying. Also it represents the conscious energy required to produce the vocal sounds corresponding to the intent of the being. Hence Samyama on udana gives the higher centers total control over the body.
    4. Samāna : Responsible for the digestion of food and cell metabolism (i.e. the repair and manufacture of new cells and growth). Samana also includes the heat regulating processes of the body. Auras are projections of this current. By meditational practices one can see auras of light around every being. Yogis who do special practise on samana can produce a blazing aura at will.]]).[citation needed]
    5. Vyāna : Responsible for the expansion and contraction processes of the body, e.g. the voluntary muscular system.
    [edit] The Five Upa-Pranas
    In Yoga the Prana is further classified into subcategory Upa-prana with following items:[4]
    1. Naga : Responsible for burping.
    2. Kurma : Responsible for blinking.
    3. Devadatta : Responsible for yawning.
    4. Krikala : Responsible for Sneezing.
    5. Dhananjaya : Responsible for opening and closing of heart valves.
    [edit] Pranayama
    Pranayama is the practice in which the control of prana is achieved (initially) from the control of one's breathing. According to Yogic philosophy the breath, or air, is merely a gateway to the world of prana and its manifestation in the body.[citation needed] In yoga, pranayama techniques are used to control the movement of these vital energies within the body, which is said to lead to an increase in vitality in the practitioner.[citation needed] However, intensive practice [5] of these techniques is not trivial. Kason [6] describes situations where intensive pranayama techniques may have adverse effects on certain practitioners. According to kundalini yoga, intensive and systematic practice of pranayama can lead to the awakening of kundalini.
    So sorry for the cut and paste from the other web sites i'm a chinese i'm not very good in english. so the nadi, chakra system is always a practice that im intersted in. All religion teaches that meditation but put it in different names. And it is a science been teaching by the ancient indian siddhas thousands of years which reveal by lord shiva. the siddhas they are the scientist, doctors & alciemists. And theres a good indian ancient tantric text called vijna-bhairava tantra which taught about hundreds types of ancient meditations.

  13. Thank you for the comments, yes the ancient ways and the light vortcies of the body are very much like a rewiring of the system and connecting them sacred points back to the heart,3rd eye etc etc etc..and many methods to help it along.