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TIAN . WindRavenTemple. The Every 7 Knowledge . The Law . Illumination . Vows and Guardians . 3963 . Circinus Bridge . Stellarium .
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Galapagos Defined
. pg.33a . pg.33b . pg.33c . pg.33d . Kanji Quakes . Kanji Triangles .
Japan 311movie . pg.34a . pg.34b . Kanji Triangles b . pg.35 . Tornadoes . pg.36 .
pg.37 . pg.38 . pg.38b . pg.38c . pg.39 . pg.39b . pg.39c . pg.40 . pg.40b .
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pg.57SMI
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pg.60d . pg.60e . pg.60f . pg.60g .
pg.60h . pg.61a . pg.61b . pg.61c . pg.62 . pg.62a .
pg.62b . pg.62c . pg.62d .

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3.4.11 The Navel of The World.

Galapagos (in the order they are read.)

San Cristobal (Chatham): the patron saint of seafarers.
Its English name was given after William Pitt, 1st Earl of
Chatham. CAETHAM, literally meaning the dweller at
the settlement by the forest.

Espanola (Hood): Named in honor of Spain as well as after Viscount Samuel
Hood.The Iberian Peninsula consists of Portugal and Spain. Greeks called it
Iberia, Romans called it Hispania, the Roman Poets called it Hesperia Ultima,
Aromanians called it Ispania, and the Romans called it Hispania, and finally
España, or Spain, from span or sapan (rabbit.) W. von Humboldt states it
derived from Basque Ezpana, a border, margin, or edge.
•Phoenicians: hispania from saphan, rabbit or 'span' meaning concealed,
little known (adopted by the romans) (land of the rabbits)
•Greeks called it Iberia, from River Iberus, or from Iberi, to which the Greeks
had heard as one of the most powerful nations of the country. (some say
the first inhabitants were descended from Tubal, a son of Noah 2200 years
before Christianity.
•Hesperia was mainly used by poets which premised the world as four parts,
Libya(south), Asia(east), Europa(north), and Hesperia(west.) Spain was
the western most western (known) (it's an old Greek name.)
•Hesperia, Land of the Hesperides who were understood
mythologically as the Guardians of the Golden Apples (immortality.)

Genovesa (Tower): Derived from Genoa, Italy (where Columbus was born.)
Genoa was Genua meaning 'knee' or 'door' or 'jaw' as a "gateway to the sea."
founded by "Sea People" or Fenix, or Phoenicians.

Santa Fe (Barrington): named after a city in Spain. Santa Fe allegedly
means Holy Faith, Fe being faith (fancy that.) Of course, Santa is Saint or Holy.

Plaza Sur (South Plaza): named in honor of former Ecuador
president Leonidas Plaza Gutierrez. Plaza means "the square" and
Leonidas means "of the lion." Gutierrez means 'son of Gutierre,' which
means Walter, or Warrior, which is allegedly from pre 7th century "Waldhar"
meaning wald : rule and hari : army. "ruler of the army" (warrior.)

Santa Cruz (Indefatigable(HMS): given the name of Holy Cross in Spanish.

Baltra (South Seymour): named after Lord Hugh Seymour (Senior British
Naval Officer.)
baltra in portuguese means "belly" or "paunch" which
seems to elude to the overbearingness of the southern portion of this
island looking impregnated. The Heart of the Sea Lake, which eludes
to the notion of a HeartWombMind, South, which eludes to the farthest
depth applicable.

North Seymour: Seymour from ' sae' and 'mere' meaning 'Sea' and 'Lake.'
OceanLake. (more acutely Vice Admiral Lord Hugh Seymour. HUGH means
heart. The Heart of the Sea Lake. Again, as said in South Seymour, The Heart
of the Sea Lake, which eludes to the notion of a HeartWombMind, North, which
eludes to the farthest height applicable.

Floreana (Charles or Santa Maria): named after Juan Jose Flores, first Ecuador
president. Flores derives from the 'florus' meaning 'to flourish' or 'bloom,' as well
as from The Goth word 'froila' meaning 'lord' or 'master'...these combine to mean
'the master of flourishing.' (Charles derives from Carl or Karl meaning 'man.')
(Santa Maria means Saint Mary, or perhaps Holy Mary.)
(master of flourishing The Holy Mother of Man.)

Daphne Major: (excerpt taken from Encyclopedia Mythica) "Apollo was a great archer, but sometimes
he was a little full of himself. One day he caught sight of Eros, the son of Aphrodite. Eros was also an archer,
and his arrows were responsible for instilling the twists and turns of love and lust in a person's heart. Apollo
teased young Eros, putting down his abilities as an archer, claiming that one so small could make no
difference with his arrows. Angry at this insult, Eros shot two arrows, one tipped in gold, one blunted and
tipped with lead. The arrow dipped in gold had the power to create insatiable lust in a person, while the
other created absolute abhorrence towards all things romantic and passionate. The unfortunate soul who
was struck with that arrow would have no desire to love anyone. The arrow dipped in gold struck Apollo, but
the arrow dipped in lead struck fair Daphne. Daphne was the daughter of the river god Peneus. Apollo chased
down the maiden, desperate for her love, but she wanted nothing to do with him, and she ran from him endlessly.
Soon, she grew weary in her running and that Apollo would ultimately catch her. Fearful, she called out to her father
for help. As all gods of water posses the ability of transformation, Peneus transformed his daughter into a laurel tree.
Suddenly her legs took root, and her arms grew into long and slender branches. Apollo reached the laurel tree, and,
still enamored with Daphne, held the tree in a special place in his heart. He claimed the tree the as his special tree, and
adorned himself with some of it's leaves. And that is why the laurel was, and still is, a symbol of the god Apollo."

Marchena (Bindloe): named after Fray Antonio Marchena, known as The Astrologer,
a monk in the convent of La Rábida, he was known as The Astrologer Monk. John Bindloe,
that which the English called it...'john' comes from ' Yochanan,' which translates as
"He who Jehovah has favoured (with a son.)" 'Bind' is of Bindan "to bind" and in Old
French loe is from Louve meaning "Wolf" (which seems to accentuate as "Wolf Hunter.")

Bartolome' (Bartholomew): 'bartholomew' derives from the Aramaic "bar-Talmay"
meaning 'son of Talmay,' talmay means "having many furrows" (or land), named after
Sir Bartholomew James Sulivan
, a sailor and hydrographer (•click) . . . James (means
esau's heel) or "he who supplanted." Sulivan derives from the Gaelic "O'Suileabhan,"
'O' meaning 'male,' and Suileabhan meaning 'hawk-eyed' or 'one eyed.'

San Salvador (Santiago, James): Santiago is same as the name St. James in english.
(also named San Salvador after the first island discovered by Columbus in The
Caribbean) See "Esau's Heel." San Salvador means 'Holy Savior' (redeemer,
deliverer, 'san' being 'saint,' or 'holy.')

Pinzon (Duncan): Pinzon Brothers: Martín Alonso, Francisco Martín and Vicente Yañez)
Pinzon means 'finch' and derives from the french word 'pinson' literally meaning 'a finch,'
who is said to be renowned in singing. (Three singing) (martin is from mars, god of fertility
and war
, from mar, meaning to gleam) • (alonso is from the ancient Adafuns, ada meaning
noble, and funs meaning active or ready) (francisco from franciscus used to describe a
"frank" later known as a frenchman, a personal name meaning "Free Man.")(Vicente means
to conquer or victory.) (yanez is derived from Yochanan meaning he who Jehovah has
favored (with a son.)

Rábida (Jervis): named after the covenant La Rábida (where Columbus
had left his son during his American voyages.) rábida (or rápita) is derived
from the Arabic word for "watchtower." (Knights Templar 1200.) La Rábida
sits atop a rock named Saturn's Rock (rock will turn to light?) at the meeting
of two rivers, Tonto and Odiel. The monastery was given to The Knights Templar
in 1200 under the protection of Our Lady of Miracles. (Saturn's Rock may refer
to the fact that Saturn radiates more energy than it receives from the Sun.)
Watchtower is a word translated from hebrew magdalon and from the latin
castellum thus propagating forth the knowledge of Mary Magdalene and
Queen Isabela Castile, a Trinity of translation : of tower or fortification : Arabic,
Hebrew, and Latin. (so, the watchtower is likened to a multiparalleled portal
through Self, Earth Mother and The Infinite Infinitesimal Union, is what I surmise
from this. I mean think about that, magdalon, the name of the potential wife,
the companion, is the fortification, do you see what that implies?)

Pinta (Abingdon): named after Pinta caravel of Columbus, known
as "the painted one" or "the spotted one." Earl of Abingdon was
James Bertie, James meaning 'esau's heel,' or superseded, and
Bertie from Bertram meaning 'Bright Raven.')

Isabela (Albemarle): named in honor of Queen Isabela.
(Elizabeth and Isabel combined?) allegedly from the Greek form
of the Hebrew name Elisheva meaning 'my god is an oath' or 'my
god is abundance.'
(castile allegedly derives from the French meaning
old castle, which is from 'castellum' meaning 'watchtower' from 'castrum,'
meaning 'fortification'.) She who sponsored Christopher Columbus journeys.
(albemarle is for The Duke of Albemarle.) Queen Isabela can be considered
MOTHER due to being Queen, and Castile is a form of Castellum, Watchtower,
fortification, the fortified. (She Hosted Columbus.) So we have the Queen, or
Mother, and The Wife as fortification, whereas man is the seed. Intense!
Remember though, this is anthropomorphic without sexuality individually
except by explanation of these justifications.

Fernandina (Narborough): this was in honor of King Ferdinand II of Aragon.
this name derives from a Visigoth tribal personal name of : 'frith' meaning
'peace' and 'nanth' meaning daring, or brave. daring, brave and peaceful.
It was originally named Narborough by William Ambrosia Cowley which
means North Fort, or fortified house. See the pattern?

Wolf (Wenman): named after Theodore Wolf (a German naturalist.)
(Wolf Volcano on Isabela Island is named after him.) Wolf seems to
have been a nickname throughout the ages until it became an actual
name, and may comprehend forth ferocity and cunning. Wenman derives
from the earliest form of wagon "waegen." Theodore is from Theodorus
meaning "God's Gift" that being infinite love, from you, (capability.)

Darwin (Culpepper): named after Charles Darwin. (natural selection, evolution,
common ancestry.) from the personal name Deorwine, 'deor' meaning dear and
'wine,' vine.

(many of these comprehensions I
simply find from surname sites or old
historic books, language dictionaries,
and usually attempt to find more than
one accuracy with some form of
clarified knowledge to whence it
came in order to get the most
articulate definition. When it
does get written, it usually
becomes rather clear
what is attempting to
be said by simple
deduction.)

Every 7 pg. 32 B (•click)

 

The Bigger Picture is An Infinite Meditation.

May Light Be Your Shadow.

Every 7
Author
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TIAN . WindRavenTemple. The Every 7 Knowledge . The Law . Illumination . Vows and Guardians . 3963 . Circinus Bridge . Stellarium .
pg.1
. pg.2 . pg.3 . pg.4 . pg.5 The Infinite Meditation . pg.6 . pg.7 . pg.8 . pg.9 . pg.10 . pg.11 . pg.12 . pg.13 . pg.14 . pg.15 .
pg.16 . pg.17 . pg.18 . pg.19 . pg.20 . pg.21 . pg.22 . pg.23 . pg.24 . pg.25 . pg.26 . pg.27 . pg.28a . pg.28b . pg.28c .
pg.29a
. pg.29b . pg.29c . Tanna . pg.30a . pg.30b . pg.31 . pg.31b . pg.31c . pg.32a . pg.32b .
Galapagos Defined
. pg.33a . pg.33b . pg.33c . pg.33d . Kanji Quakes . Kanji Triangles .
Japan 311movie . pg.34a . pg.34b . Kanji Triangles b . pg.35 . Tornadoes . pg.36 .
pg.37 . pg.38 . pg.38b . pg.38c . pg.39 . pg.39b . pg.39c . pg.40 . pg.40b .
pg.40c . pg.41 . pg.41b . pg.42 . pg.42b . pg.43a . pg.43b . pg.43c .
pg.43d . pg.43e . pg.44 . pg.44b . pg.45 . pg.45b . pg.46 . pg.46b .
pg.47 . pg.47b . pg.48 . pg.49 . pg.50 . pg.50b . pg.51 . pg.51b .
pg.51c . pg.51d . pg.51e . pg.52a . pg.52b . pg.53a . pg.53b .
pg.53c . pg.53d . pg.54a . pg.54b . pg.54c . pg.54d . pg.55 .
pg.55b
. pg.55c . pg.56 . pg.56b . pg.56c . pg.57 . pg.57b .
pg.57SMI
. pg.58 . pg.58b . pg.58c . pg.59 . pg.59b .
pg.59c . pg.59d . pg.59e . pg.59f . pg.59g . pg.60a .
pg.60b . pg.60c .
pg.60d . pg.60e . pg.60f . pg.60g .
pg.60h . pg.61a . pg.61b . pg.61c . pg.62 . pg.62a .
pg.62b . pg.62c . pg.62d .

Communication 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . 7 . 8 . 9 . 10 .
11 . 12 . 13 . 14 . 15 . 16 . 17 . 18 . 19 . 20 . 21 .
22
. 23 . 24a . 24b .
24c . 25a . 25b. 25c . 26 .
27
. 27b .