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picture18 Nov 2002 @ 11:12, by Flemming Leer Jakobsen

I think about 4 years ago I got this image into my mind. I have tried to find some sort of message or name that explains it. So far no luck. So give me some ideas.

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18 Nov 2002 @ 11:38 by spiritseek : It looks like...
those metal clamps for mountain climbing, did you need some spiritual help 4 yrs ago? Maybe you were given this sign to tell you They would help you. Also, I just recently looked up crop circles, it looks like one of them, if I can find it I will post it here.  

18 Nov 2002 @ 11:50 by craiglang : Circumstances
Hi Flemming,

Spiritseek makes an interesting point. It looks slightly like a rapelling ring, which would go through a fixed pin or bolt used in rock climbing. Also, I hadn't heard of a specific crop circle like that, but it does have a design such such as you might find in such a formation.

My question would be, what were the circumstances under which you had the vision? Did anything else occur in your life at about that time, which might be correlated with it? Any anomalies, synchronicities, PSI experiences, current events, health or spiritual changes, or even normal life circumstance/events?


18 Nov 2002 @ 14:40 by fleer : A crop circle?
hmmm.. well I was in a Celestine Prophecy study group at the time. I drew the symbol when we were working with the 3rd prophecy about energy. Specifically about energy responding to our intentions.

It would be nice spiritseek, if you could find it. I have so far tried all kinds of ways to spot this symbol both in Chinese and in old symbols from time to time.

At the time I had these kind of hunches all the time.  

18 Nov 2002 @ 17:35 by bushman : Hmm.
Its part of a bigger picture, Looks like an accuator of some sort, a trigering mechanisim, it has to do with timming and shifting weight. Looking at the lone arc, it looks like 12 of them fit on a wheel. The space shuttles robotic arm has devices that look similar, they are used as a racheting locking device. Also automatic transmissions have a device similar as well called a sprag clutch or sun gear, its what keeps your car from rolling backwards on a hill while idling in drive. So by the looks of it, it rotates counter clockwise and will lock if spun clock wise. Tells me one direction only or you can not go back once you have taken a step.  

18 Nov 2002 @ 18:38 by spiritseek : Also...
might be an ancient symbol for bird.  

18 Nov 2002 @ 22:42 by ming : Symbol
The first thing I thought of was that I can see the male and female symbol in it. But then also that the outer shape looks like something in an engine, as Bushman suggests. Something that rotates and triggers something with a certain recurring timing.  

19 Nov 2002 @ 04:01 by spiritseek : Joining
Could symbolize the joining of the masculine and feminine aspects, a must if we are to make a difference.  

22 Nov 2002 @ 05:53 by spiritseek : Symbol
This also makes me think we as humans are breaking through the coccoon and transmitting our souls intent to the spiritual realm. Notice the line trying to pierce the bubble.  

26 Nov 2002 @ 00:46 by fleer : No single word to describe it
Thank you for you ideas.

They are all good, but I especially like the idea of it as a symbol of both male and female energy.

Maybe a symbol of transfiguration from focus on material wealth to mental wealth and wellbeing and thus happiness and joy.

At the time I cannot come of with one single word to describe it. I just can´t find any fitting word. (I´m usually quite good at that, but this leaves me blank and I find it odd.)

That´s why I´m looking for all the clues and input I can get. Thanks again.

:) = (:  

26 Nov 2002 @ 06:16 by spiritseek : Just might be
this may just be for you and your growth.  

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