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Poem Untitled by Patty Yoon

     —for a Metaphysical Study Group
In the Goodness
Of my Godness
I am One
With my One-ness.
In the Moment
Of my Now
I am Present
To the Presence.
In my Heart
I am the Christ.
With the Christ
I can do All Things.

I am Powerful.
I am Capable.
I Am.

©2012 Patty Yoon

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PAINTED TURTLE ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE The Painted Turtle archeological site is located in an area 1/2 mile west of Oliver and 1/4 mile south of Pawnee. The site contains archeological remains that have been radio-carbon dated at 1,010 AD. ± 75 years. It is unique as one of the few Plains Woodland sites identified in south central Kansas. Officially known as area 14-SG-515, the name Painted Turtle was coined because, like a painted turtle, the area was a "rarity, an endangered species and they've been through an awful lot."
Healing Meditation Voiced by Mike McGlynn with visual support from creek bed below railroad trestle at Unity Village.
still waters

Nubian Cherub keepsakes!

by Ecbatana Eagleturtle

Mural photo series —
Romanesque Vaulted Groin Arches

Mural in Music Room of Private Residence Inspired by Coenaculum.

Icicles —Refresh in the heat of summertime with icy crystals.

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Cache Recherche: Tale of the creation of the treasure trove - to be shared soon.

"May the comfort of small treasures bless your universe." --ecBatana EagleTurtle

Bhagavad Gita — Audio
LibriVox recording of Bhagavad Gita, translated by Sir Edwin Arnold.

The content of the text is a conversation between Krishna and Arjuna taking place on the battlefield of Kurukshetra just prior to the start of a climactic war. Responding to Arjuna's confusion and moral dilemma, Krishna explains to Arjuna his duties as a warrior and Prince and elaborates on a number of different Yogic[7] and Vedantic philosophies, with examples and analogies. This has led to the Gita often being described as a concise guide to Hindu philosophy and also as a practical, self-contained guide to life. During the discourse, Krishna reveals his identity as the Supreme Being Himself (Bhagavan), blessing Arjuna with an awe-inspiring glimpse of His divine absolute form. - Wikipedia
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00 - Intoductory Note 2.8 MB 1.6 MB 1.4 MB
01 - The Distress of Arjuna 8.9 MB 4.9 MB 4.4 MB
02 - Of Doctrines 16.4 MB 8.7 MB 8.2 MB
03 - Virtue in Work 8.2 MB 4.5 MB 4.1 MB
04 - Of the Religion of Knowledge 8.9 MB 5.3 MB 4.4 MB
05 - The Book of Religion by Renouncing Fruit of Works 7.0 MB 3.8 MB 3.5 MB
06 - Of Religion of Self Restraint 9.1 MB 4.5 MB 4.6 MB
07 - Of Religion by Discernment 6.0 MB 3.2 MB 3.0 MB
08 - Of Religion by Devotion to the One Supreme God 5.4 MB 3.1 MB 2.7 MB
09 - Of Religion by the Kingly Knowledge and the Kingly Mystery 8.8 MB 4.7 MB 4.4 MB
10 - Of Religion by the Heavenly Perfections 9.3 MB 5.0 MB 4.7 MB
11 - Of the Manifesting of the One and Manifold 18.9 MB 10.1 MB 9.5 MB
12 - Of the Religion of Faith 4.6 MB 2.5 MB 2.3 MB
13 - Of Religion by Separation of Matter and Spirit 7.1 MB 3.8 MB 3.6 MB
14 - Of Religion by Separation from the Qualities 5.5 MB 2.9 MB 2.7 MB
15 - Of Religion by Attaining the Supreme 5.8 MB 3.2 MB 2.9 MB
16 - Of the Separateness of the Divine and the Undivine 5.4 MB 2.9 MB 2.7 MB
17 - Of Religion by the Threefold Kinds of Faith 5.3 MB 2.8 MB 2.6 MB
18 - Of Religion by Deliverance and Renunciation 16.9 MB 8.7 MB 8.5 MB
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Vaulted Groin Arches


Read more about the inspiration for Eagleturtle's arches mural design.

Coenaculum, which means "dining area" in Latin, is a term given to the traditional site of the location of Jesus' Last Supper in Jerusalem, Israel, The current chapel or hall is a 12th Century (CE) Crusader structure, built on the upper level above the traditional location of the tomb of King David. Archeological evidence seems to confirm the possibility of historical fact underlying traditions.

See inspiration online:
From Biblewalks: scroll down for photos

From Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs
refer to the architecture as Lusignan or Cypriot Gothic arches.

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