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  Portal to Sites of Ancient's Poetic lyrics:       ENTER HERE         This is Space - Part 3

 Secret Greek Teachings for the Specially Chosen:     ENTER HERE

 What was the ancient's concept of Space?     ENTER HERE

 They sailed around the globe following the North Star.     ENTER HERE

 They were known as Giant Sea-going People.     ENTER HERE

 Priestesses wrote their History and Myth in Poetic verses.     ENTER HERE

 Tones of the ancient Lyre can be heard on the Kyoto of Japan.     ENTER HERE

 Links and images of instruments and hand signs.     ENTER HERE

 Map of Site.     ENTER HERE

 From an Ancient Aborigine.     ENTER HERE

"Ocean of Dark Matter"

There is 'something' - an undifferentiated whole.
It has no concrete form,
it is deep, dark, silent - undefined.
We do not hear its 'voice' audibly...

It is infinitely high, and unfathomably deep..
an abyss .. enclosing the universe,
filling the space of heaven, receiving from the 'formless,'
it produces a stream running deep and wide, without 'overflowing,'

Opaque, it uses gradual clarification by stillness.
It is infinite, but does not fill the hand.
It is restrained, but expands,
appears dark - but illuminates...

It absorbs the negative - and emits the positive,
displaying the fiery light of the stars - sun - and moons...
This "way" causes the revolving movement of the heavens,
and the stability of earth(s),

turning endlessly - like a wheel,
it flows on ceaselessly like water.
It is at the beginning, and the 'ending'
of all manifestations...

Infinitely communicating its virtue/gravity and constants...
Yet, while it is undefinable and ungraspable,
its function is unlimited, profound and mysterious ..

Facilitating life, it manifests all 'forms'
from its own unseen 'non - form.'
It tunes the forces of nature,
and rolls up, and rolls out with stealth and flexibility.

It contracts and expands its darkness and Its 'fiery light.'

Excerpts from 'Wen Tzu' Lao Tzu, about-6th Century BC:   Continued in Part 1 & 2.   Top Menu