Caves, Maya Ruins, Stone Circles, Elevator Psychology


Caves takes us on adventures physically or consciously.

The Bridges of Time

In the Cave of the Mind

Metaphorically speaking ... a cave represents portals of the mind. A cave can symbolize a place where sacred information has been stored or hidden, to be found when the time was right - a place in the unconscious you will access when your soul is ready.

Scientifically speaking ... a cave is a natural underground void large enough for a human to enter. Some people suggest that the term cave should only apply to cavities that have some part that does not receive daylight; however, in popular usage, the term includes smaller spaces like sea caves, rock shelters, and grottos.

In the 14 years of research for Crystalinks, I have found caves one of the more fascinating subjects, creating a file called Sacred Caves.

Who can forget the Crystal Caves in Mexico with those enormous crystals, containing a chamber called the Cave of Swords.

Also famous are the Qumran Caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found having great religious and historical significance.

Caves as subterranean chambers, take us on all sorts of adventures, to underworld portals - such as the Mayan World - see news articles that connect different parts of the world and spell out hidden secrets if one were tempted to go exploring.

Subterranean Chambers take us on a journey to Hollow Earth Theories, Subterranean Civilizations and Agartha.

As I blogged about Paleontology this week, let's go back in time to the oldest petroglyphs ever found ... in the Cave at Lascaux, France

From the beginning...

Art has depicted our consciousness story of descension and ascension

Using the same iconography in the Wheel of Time.

Stone Ring (Loop) at the Great Ball Court, Chichen Itza, Maya Ruins
Did the Maya Priests equate it to 2012
when the sun aligns with the galactic center?

  Fun Journey to Chichen Itza Maya Ruins, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

Colonnade at Temple of the Warriors, Chichen Itza,
Maya Ruins, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
Temples represent the Mind or Consciousness

Consciousness evolves through the Dome (Cave).

Consciousness Frozen in the Cave of the Mind (Time)

Two Cavemen are Standing in an Elevator ...

One turns to the other ... or maybe not.

This is not a joke or another technique on the use of elevators as a means of accessing one's past lives. This article is about cave mentality and response behavior in an elevator - the way people act and emotions experienced within. Life is the evolution from the cave mind to present day consciousness and how that is influenced by primal negative emotions.

Going up ?

Why the Elevator Floor Is So Interesting   Wired - May 27, 2009