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Earth The Burden-Bearer

 
In The Beginning
   

IN THE BEGININNG GOD CREATED

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THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF EARTH

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THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF HEAT

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THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF COLD

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THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF WATER

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ALL IN ONE UNIVERSE

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HE PUT ALL 4 INTO HARMONIOUS MOVEMENT FOR THE PRESERVATION OF LIFE 

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THE MAXIMUM AMOUNTS WERE CREATED SO THAT A LARGER AMOUNT WOULDN'T DESTROY A SMALLER AMOUNT

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THE UNIVERSE WAS CREATED AS A BALANCING BALL RATHER THAN AS A BALANCED SCALE

 

 


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this could be Turtle Island

the green-turtle-land floating in the water with its' dry back above the water 

ACTUALLY I THINK THAT HEAT OR THE SOURCE OF ALL HEAT IS THE TURTLE.

AN ISLAND SURROUNDED BY EARTH, WATER AND COLD.

INFINITE IN SIZE.

PREVENTING ITS' PREVALENT MOVEMENT OF DESTRUCTION.

EVEN THOUGH ITS' FLAMED FEET STILL HAVE LARGE SPEEDY STRIDES, ITS' BODY OF HEAT IS HARNESSED BY COLD, WATER & EARTH


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World
   
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New World
   
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    The green triangle is where we live. The small white circle in the green triangle is the Arctic circle (north pole). The blue around the green triangle is our oceans. The white circle around our oceans is the antartic. The green circle around the antartic is the dry earth mentioned at the beginning of the Bible (Genesis). Then there is the waters which were gathered unto one place. And then the dark red-black decending wall (cradle) to keep the waters there. And then the rest of the earth going flat and horizontally to the sky-line. The yellow flames are the source of all heat in the universe. The sun and moon rotate horizontally. The meteor cloud between the sun and moon helps in causing day and night. It causes a slight filter of the sun otherwise it would be too bright. The stars are sunlight peering through the meteor cloud. In the day the suns' focal light pressure overwelms the meteor cloud and bright blue is seen. The blue ball, or sky, surrounds the earth, and the white outside the blue ball is the inside of the sky/ball. All measurements of size and distance are infinite except what is inside the antartic circle/where we live.  
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ZOOMING ON
   

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The white circle in the middle is the arctic north pole. The yellowish land is our living space. We can see Africa, North-Central and South America, Asia, Australia, etc. Around this land are our oceans, and then the white on the outside is the antarctic which extends horizontally outwards.

 

This site is based on writings about the Universe

MOSTLY BY RAMSAY

there are improvements and corrections made

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EARTH BURDEN
   

EARTH THE BURDEN-BEARER

 

I.

 

Tell how deep is thy foundation,

What does it rest upon?

Who laid the bed whereon it rests,

How long e’er it was done?

Figuring by man’s estimate,

Immeasurable is

Man’s thoughts must halt and rightly so,

This knowledge is not his.

 

II.

 

For limited always is he

Though he accepts it not,

For pride and arrogance him blind

Which keep him in a slot.

When noble man takes up his rule

And inch by inch extends,

The depths is far beyond his tool,

He scarcely apprehends,

 

III.

 

At this conclusion I arrive

Because the load earth bears

So ponderable is, and huge,

Yet it gives him some cheers.

The countless vines and shrubbery

And running twigs attest

The nature of Earth’s unseen-bed

The whereupon to rest.

 

IV.

 

And still more added weight I see

From rocks and minerals,

One rock so lone, lost in the sky,

Has not e’en heard man’s calls,

Sung from his artificial notes,

This lone rock Everest;

Its depths may even greater be

Than height above its crest.

 

V.

 

The mountain ranges everywhere

Thee as their cradle use

To nestle deeper down in thee,

Without the least excuse.

And how their seen and unseen forms

Together put may weigh?

These rocks have even baffled him,

And shall throughout his day.

 

VI.

 

The mighty rivers make their bed

On thee---Mother of all,

With not one word of any plaint,

Thou’rt always at their call.

Here shinest best, dear Mother Earth,

And rare example sets;

For others who may mother’s be,

Earth has here no regrets.

 

VII.

 

The bed on which the earth lies firm

Is unseen to man’s ken,

Gropes he about with his poor mind

When he takes up his pen

To write with meaning of its form,

And of the expanse too;

Material of thy makeup,

His baffled thoughts eschew.

 

VIII.

 

Greatest asset possesses he

In his most robust mind,

Which stretches far beyond himself,

Sometimes still leaves him blind.

So limited physically

As here about he moves,

In cycles only all his days,

For his life all this proves.

 

 

 

IX.

 

His guesses are more numerous

Than facts he has produced;

Researches go on silently,

Most of the times reduced.

The myriad host of living things

Which into billions run

Of man and beast and creeping twigs

Prove this under the sun.

 

X.

 

Find these a haven on thy breast

Whether so great or small,

And resting places in thyself

Hast thou prepared for all.

And when outrun each one its course,

Then layest down to die;

Here Mother-Hood in grandeur shines,

No Mother with thee vie.

 

 

Obadiah Anderson Ramsay_     June 07, 1936

 

 


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Pa 1
   

A stream, or jungle, snowy waste

With all the noise he makes;

ARAB, INDIAN, ESQUIMO

Knew these before he wakes.

Wake up yon man, each has his world,

Where he may enter free,

There makes his own discoveries

And thus earn his own fee.

 

To find out what I here do pen

Is full of meaning deep,

Just leave this world where all lay claim,

Enter thine own and reap

The fruits, from thine own vineyard green,

Planted in thine own world,

For thine own self, thy heritage,

Thy character its mold.


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