55 and 56 Santa Catalina Monastery ~ ideas being recovered by Viktor Schauberger ~ ‘S’age RaphaEL ~ S. Petrov

UPDATE November 12, 2016

Imagehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereoscope

UPDATE May 5, 2016

How does the genius of Viktor Schauberger collide with the ‘S’age of this Age?

“I can generate suctional forces, which act indirectly and are entirely undetectable. No current of air can be noticed; only an almost imperceptible cooling, as occurs when air is sucked in strongly with the back of the hand held in front of the mouth. It is therefore incorrect to say that I have copied the cyclones and typhoons of the tropics.”

— Viktor Schauberger, Implosion Magazine, No. 83, p. 17

source of image: OS:Klimator:Main Page

What is a Klimator?

It is merely a type of ‘dynamo’ that generates natural forms of temperature, or more accurately, falling and concentrating heat rays as well as naturallyrising and expanding forms of cold. The latter are health-promoting and lethal to bacteria.

Keep reading to see if you see what Viktor S. and the ‘S’age of the Age see …
I spy with my third eye …?

~ end of UPDATE ~

The patron saints of science within the Catholic Church are both Dominicans.
They are St. Albertus Magnus and St. Dominic de Guzman.

Pinacoteca, Monasterio de Santa Catalina, Arequipa

Tic Tac Toe 3 Sacred Hearts in a Row – biNgo

via doug ahau gray

picture credits: Doug Ahau
Doug  helped me update my files

Dominicans vs Jesuits

Two men considering a religious vocation were having a conversation. “What is similar about the Jesuit and Dominican Orders? ” the one asked.

The second replied, “Well, they were both founded by Spaniards — St. Dominic for the Dominicans, and St. Ignatius of Loyola for the Jesuits. They were also both founded to combat heresy — the Dominicans to fight the Albigensians, and the Jesuits to fight the Protestants.”

“What is different about the Jesuit and Dominican Orders?”

“Met any Albigensians lately?

How do we connect these next two images?
A 55 gallon drum and an image I photographed in a Peruvian Monastery that formed part of an altar.

A 55-gallon drum (known as a 44-gallon drum in the United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and other former British dependencies, even though all those countries now officially use the metric system and the drums are filled to 200 litres) is a cylindrical container drum with a nominal capacity of 55US gallons (46imp gal). The exact capacity varies with wall thickness and other factors.

In the US, 25-US-gallon (95 l; 21 imp gal) drums are also in common use and have the same height. This allows easy stacking of mixed pallets.

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Back in 2006 I took this picture in a Peruvian monastery that altered the course of my life 4-ever. But before entering the room where I took the picture you must pass through a courtyard. And in that courtyard are a series of frescos.

One of the very interesting of these Magic Squares is referred to above by Doctor Mackey. This occurs in a book by Agrippa (De Occulta Philosophie, logo) and is quoted on page 279 of George Falkener’s Gaines Ancient arid Moderns By first arrangement the numerals from 1 to 16 in four rows as in Figure 4 it will be seen that by leaving the numerals unchanged at each corner of the large square, namely 1, 4, 16, and 13, and also at the inner square of 6, 7, 10, and 11, and substituting the other pairs of numerals, reversing them at the time, we have in Figure 5, this remarkable Magic Square reversed, which Brother Mackey has called the Table of Jupiter.

The combinations of this figure are surprising, amounting to fifty-six arrangements, each totaling thirty-four;

  • four horizontals, as 1+15+14+4=34, 12+6+7+9=34, etc;
  • four perpendicular columns, as 1+12+8+13 = 34, and 15+6+10+3=34, etc.;
  • two diagonals,1+6+11+16= 34, and 4+7+10+13=34;
  • two diamonds, 1+7+16+ 10=34, and 4+11+13+6=34;
  • two squares, 1+4+ 16+13=34, and 6+7+11+10=34;
  • two oblongs, 15+ 14+2+3 =34, 12+9+5+8=34;
  • and the romboids, 1+15+16+2=34, and 4+9+13+8=34, etc.
  • http://www.phoenixmasonry.org/mackeys_encyclopedia/m.htm

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Constructed to shelter the daughters of the wealthiest families of the city with a religious vocation, the monastery was inaugurated on October 2, 1580, under the name of Santa Catalina of Siena to be a totally cloistered religious center, and it remained that way until August 15, 1970.

During his visit to Arequipa, Viceroy Francisco Toledo was informed by the Town Corporation about their wish, from years back, to found a monastery of nuns. He gave the necessary licenses to found the private monastery of nuns of the Order of Saint Catherine of Siena. Several years later, Doña María de Guzmán, the widow of Diego Hernández de Mendoza, a beautiful young lady who had no children, decided to retire into the yet unfinished monastery, giving to it all her fortune. On the 10th. of September 1579, the Memorial and Capitulation of the foundation of the Monastery was signed by the Town Corporation, the Judiciary, the Regiment of the City and the Bishopric of Cusco. The Town Corporation delivered the four plots owned by the city for its functioning and appointed Doña María de Guzmán as “the first to live within and be prioress of said Monastery”.

On Sunday 2nd. of October 1580 a high mass was celebrated in the city and Doña María was acknowledged as the founder and took the habits formally. The ladies who entered as nuns were Creole, half-bred and even daughters of curacas (Indian chieftains). In 1964 the first Spanish nuns entered. History tells of the intake of poor nuns and from ladies of the city, who without embracing the religious life entered into the Monastery to exert their virtues.

In 1582, Arequipa suffered a severe earthquake and the Monastery was badly damaged. In spite of that, the retirement was kept. Then, a period of suffering started during which the nuns themselves repaired their rooms. Due to lack of money the chapel was not repaired and the “Holy Sacrament” was exposed in a hut made of straw.

10 Commandments all summed up….

The sum of of the number 1-10 = 55

i.e. 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 = 55

The 10th number in the Fibonacci series is 55
1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55

55 appears to be connected with volumes or maybe a boundary marker of sorts.

  • The mesosphere (above the stratosphere) extends from 30 miles (48 kilometers) to 55 miles (85 kilometers) above the earth. Temperatures decrease with altitude to 130F (90C).
  • The ionosphere is a region of the atmosphere that overlaps the others, reaching from 30 miles (48 kilometers) to 250 miles (402 kilometers). In this region, the air becomes ionized (electrified) from the suns ultraviolet rays, etc. This area affects the transmission and reflection of radio waves. It is divided into three regions: the D region (at 35 to 55 miles, or 56 to 88 kilometers), the E Region (Heaviside-Kennelly Layer, 55 to 95 miles, or 56 to 153 kilometers), and the F Region (Appleton Layer, at 95 to 250 miles, or 153 to 402 kilometers).
  • The estimated distance to the ‘edge’ of our solar system is about 55 au.
    (1 au = 93 million miles)
Study: Upper layer of atmosphere shrinking
Updated: 2010-08-27 10:29
According to the study, published in the American Geophysical Union’s journal Geophysical Research Letters, the sun’s energy output was unusually low from 2007 to 2009.
During that period the atmospheric layer called the thermosphere –
from 55 miles to 300 miles (90 to 480k) above the Earth – cooled and shrank.

Another coincidence regarding ME+me and my journey aligning with the numbers 1~3~7
Note that I cued this video a tour of Santa Catalina to start at 1:37 and this is when the tour guide enters the corridor on the way to the Novice Cloister.

Monasterio De Santa Catalina, the Novice Cloister

The first place you will come to is the area where the novices used to live. The monastery would take on 7 novices at one time. As was the Spanish tradition, the second-born child of rich families would become a priest or a nun. This was considered an honour, which the families would pay for.

The novices would undergo 1 to 4 years of training, during which time, they had no communication whatsoever with their families.

Surrounding the novices’ cloister are 54 paintings, which were done by a local artist in 1805. These were to help the novices memorise their prayers by didactic learning.

Then there was that courtyard in the Peruvian monastery I visited in 2006 that had 55 frescos painted and numbered (but some were missing?) around the perimeter.
All coincidences I assure you, if you want to believe in coincidences.
But there are none. It is design appearing on every level.

Below is an image of the first two of those frescos. I find it interesting that the combined image appears as though we are looking through binoculars.  

With the last ONE placed above a doorway.
At the time I did not understand the importance of the LINTEL that connects two pillars.
But the Freemasons are one group of many that place great importance in the LINTEL that spans the two pillars, which the Freemasons and Kabbalists refer to as Jachin and Boaz.

The reason for two pillars that flank an entrance to a temple is the same reason we find many gothic churches have two steeples instead of one.

However the Christian church with the tallest steeple in the world at 528 feet, is located in the hometown of Albert Einstein, in Ulm Germany.

  • It is the tallest church in the world, and the tallest structure built before the 20th century, with a steeple measuring 160.9 metres (528 ft) and containing 768 steps.
  • From the top level at 143 metres (469 ft) there is a panoramic view of Ulm in Baden-Württemberg and Neu-Ulm in Bavaria and, in clear weather, a vista of the Alps from Säntis to the Zugspitze
  • The final stairwell to the top (known as the third Gallery) is a tall, spiraling staircase that has barely enough room for one person.
  • In 1377 the foundation stone was laid.
  • The planned church was to have three naves of equal height, a main spire on the west and two steeples above the choir.
  • In 1392 Ulrich Ensingen (associated with Strasbourg Cathedral) was appointed master builder.

It was his plan to make the western church tower the tallest spire, which it remains in the present day.

SJ Petrov calls this design the ‘Grail’

Shall we continue with a tour of the courtyard in the monastery?

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Now take a closer look at fresco 1. , way up yonder…
I spy with my little eye…

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#54 and #55 stereo centers re: organic chemistry

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#56 which was the archway over a door connecting us back to #1

This’archway’ leads into the room where I photographed the image below.

Apparently the series of images on the perimeter of the courtyard are depictions of ‘stations on the rosary’.

The cloister of the novices is one of the few places in Santa Catalina Monastery that is not covered with bright red, orange or blue paint.

The convent was founded in 1579 by María de Guzmán, a very rich Creole widow, who dedicated it to Santa Catalina of Siena. The history of the convent is fascinating, and many of the nuns living in Santa Catalina failed to live up to the vows of poverty that are usual. In fact, coming from wealthy Spanish families, many of the nuns came with up to four servants to accompany them.

The dowry that had to be given by the most important nuns, who wore black veils, was 2,400 silver coins, equivalent to US$50,000 today.

The nuns also had to bring 25 listed items, including a statue, a painting, a lamp and clothes.

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namaste

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  • In the year 1377 the foundation stone was laid for the tallest spire in the world at 528 feet?
  • In the year 1307 A.D. the Knights Templar reign started to unravel too.

And 137 and 528 are numbers associated with Albert Einstein and ME.

shhh do not tell anyone I may have found a sacred KEY in the tarot with the numbers 137 and 528 clearly on it….linked by the number 11?

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137 and 528 on the same esoteric KEY?
WOW MOM

Where ME is the equivalent of M = E or m = E
On what side of the mE equation do I put the c^2?

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stereo-vision ~ stereo-chemistry

Möbius transformations can help us understand all of the above.

Möbius transformations Stereographic projection

These images show Möbius transformations stereographically projected onto the Riemann sphere. Note in particular that when projected onto a sphere, the special case of a fixed point at infinity looks no different from having the fixed points in an arbitrary location.

Take a look at the nine images at that site re: stereographic projection.

Now who is the other ‘visionary’ called Stanimir J Petrov?
I found these images on faKebook.
Clearly he ‘sees’ what Viktor S. and the ‘S’age of the Age ‘sees’ too.

Santa Catalina image by faKebook Stanimir J Petrov

image by faKebook Stanimir J Petrov
faKebook images by  https://www.facebook.com/stanimir.j.petrov

It’s all good, another confirmation that the meaningful coincidence is alive and doing well as we continue along the spiral path.

namaste

Raphael

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