Tesla, the white pigeon, visited me this morning when the rest of the neighborhood was asleep. Though I don't feed him - he never misses an opportunity to stop by and say hi.
I sometimes wonder if someday the rapid flight patterns of the pigeons over the water and the Verrazano Bridge - then back-and-forth from my building to the one across the street - will signal a natural disaster.
Slight dusting of snow overnight
Archaeologists in Egypt have unearthed a sphinx statue "with a smiley face and two dimples" near the Hathor Temple, one of the country's best preserved ancient sites IFL Science - March 7, 2023
For those who love all things Ancient Egypt and Sacred Geometry - discovering another Sphinx is to be expected, but one with a dimple in its chin and a smile on its face has to be a result of erosion over the years.
Then, of course, there's the Face on Mars - perhaps viewed by some as a Sphinx's head sticking out of the sand - but are natural indentations in the stone from weathering and erosion. It reminds us that sacred geometry connects the dots of everything in the simulation. One algorithm ... endless storylines.
Winged Sphinx from the palace of Darius the Great (549-486 BCE) at Susa
This Sphinx takes us to Z(oroaster) depicted with the wings of a bird and the body of a lion.
We are at the end of the lion's tail/tale where the simulation
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