Elements of Creation

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There are moments in your life when everything you know of evaporates in the blink of an eye, and all that you understand of the world disappears forever. Nothing remains as it was, and everything in your life changes. You can never be the same as you were before, and you find it harder to go back to your previous life.

I can remember when I first laid eyes upon it. It pulled me into its field of vibration and towered well above me. There was little I could do but to watch in ...

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There are moments in your life when everything you know of evaporates in the blink of an eye, and all that you understand of the world disappears forever. Nothing remains as it was, and everything in your life changes. You can never be the same as you were before, and you find it harder to go back to your previous life.

I can remember when I first laid eyes upon it. It pulled me into its field of vibration and towered well above me. There was little I could do but to watch in silence how the realm would unfold. Little did I know as the scene developed, that it was me who had created the spiraling animation.

The aforementioned scenes are from my encounter with what I have come to characterize as the "Circle Dance." It first appeared to me while traveling in India, such a strange thing in such an exotic place. When the "Circle Dance" pulled me in for the first time, the circumstances did not create any alarm. However, I did wonder, "What does the Dance want of me?"

I ask that you walk with me as I use the words on these pages to tell you what the "Circle Dance" has revealed to me. There may be some parts of the story that appear to be fearful, and those things may test your beliefs. I do ask that you keep in mind throughout this narrative, what I recite upon these pages, is my discovery, mine alone. Mine, in the way the "Circle Dance" has altered my humanness and how that knowledge now dictates my comprehension of the Universe. It matters not, regarding all the circumstances involved, how I have come across this communication, because it is right for me. The wisdom given to me by the "Circle" harmonizes with my sense of being, but may not for you. The conceptsfrom that experience, are about to be described are for you to take what you will, that which makes sense to you, make it yours, and discard the rest.

As we travel further into my creation, through the use of this book, the most important thing to remember is this: We are all perfect in what we have created. Each of us creates what is best for us, and in the excitement of that process, we desire to share that creation with others.

This book was not written to change your mind about anything. It has been produced so that you can consider alternative possibilities. There is no one true and correct way to stumble upon the intelligence of the Gods, just to know that it is there for you.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781929882175
  • Publisher: Biographical Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 7/28/2001
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 149
  • Product dimensions: 5.46 (w) x 8.32 (h) x 0.34 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Photonic Crystals and Photonic Microstructures: Technologies and Device Potential 1
2 Characteristics of Lasers with Photonic Band Gap Structures and Microcavities 2
3 Realization of Numerical Models for Nonlinear Impulse Interactions in Soliton Communication Lines 5
4 Application of Ring Optical Resonators for Previous Demultiplexing of Signal of HDWDM Transmission Lines 11
5 Planning of SDH System in Ukranian Transmission Network 15
6 The Calculation of City Synchronous Network Reliability Structure 18
7 Peculiarities of Light Distribution on Optical Fibre with System of Bregg's Gratings 23
8 New Fissile Mediums of Tunable Lasers on Basis of Derivative Yulolidincoumarine 24
9 IP/Optical Networks: Impact of Optical Transparency 25
10 Generation of Ultrashort Pulses of Radiation by Dye Laser with Static DFB 37
11 Simple Method of Account of Dispersion Compensator for Fiber Optical Transfer Systems 38
12 Using of the Travelling Wave Resonator Filters for Improving Characteristics of WDM Transmission Optical Lines 41
13 Continuous Phase Modulation Receiver Design with Artificial Neural Network 44
14 Single-Mode Optical Fibers with Minimal Dispersion and Increased Effective Area 48
15 End Face Nonperpendicularity Analysis in Fiber Connectors 53
16 All-Optical Demultiplexing and Format Conversion Using an Ultrafast Bistable Laser Diode 56
17 Frequency Noise and Spectral Spread for Semiconductor Laser Modulated by Pseudorandom Series of Pulses 61
18 Quantum-Dot Laser Carrier/Escape Effects Investigation Using 5-Level Time-Domain Model 64
19 Mode Characteristics of MQW Lasers 69
20 Theoretical and Experimental Researches of Thermal Deformations in Optical Resonator Elements of Lasers 73
21 Automated Nondestoying Roughness Control on Optical Ferrule Surfaces 74
22 Laser Beam Focal Spot Analysis 77
23 Modeling Exitation System of Electrodischarge Eximer XeCl-Laser 80
24 Development of IP/WDM Optical Networks 84
25 Features of Calculation of Wideband Dispersion Compensator for Fiber-Optic Transmission System 88
26 Modification of the Synthesis Method for Effective Area Singlemode Optical Fibre Optimization 92
27 Undistorted Transmission Along Hollow-Core Dielectric Waveguide of Radiation Beams in Form of Sombrero and Supergaussian Functions 93
28 Control of the Transmission of Photonic Structures with N-I-P-I Layers 97
29 Some Features of Model Operation of Electrodischarge Excimer Lasers 100
30 Second-Harmonic Generation from a Flashlamp-Pumped Dye Lasers at the Microseconds Pulses 105
31 Laser Magnetic Spectroscopy 109
32 Model Operation of Excitation Systems of Electrodischarge Lasers on LC-Contour Basis by Equivalent Electrical Circuits 110
33 Nonstationary Processes Associated with Chainging of Work Regimes in Laser with Passive Phototropic Modulator 115
34 Epitacsial Gd[subscript 3](GaSc)[subscript 5]O[subscript 12]:Er End a-C:N,Er Films an Active Medium for 1,5-[mu]m Laser 118
35 Modeling of Dispersion Properties of Interferometer Fabry - Perrot by of Elasticity Function 119
36 Studies of New Dyes for Green-Blue Spectral Range of Laser Action 120
37 Sub-Wavelength Quadratic Spatial Solitons 124
38 Mathtematical Model of Technological Co Laser with 20-50 KW Power, Open Contour of Work and RF-Discharge in Supersonic Flow 125
39 Simulation of the YAG:ND Microchip Laser with Epitaxial YAG:CR[superscript 4+] Q-Switching Layer 126
40 Laser Beams Quality Measurements 130
41 Solution of Electromagnetic Vector Inverse Problem of Polarimetry for Deterministic Class of Objects on Basis of Jones and Mueller Matrix Formalisms 133
42 Opportunity of Reduction of Objects Visibility Using Diffraction-Reflecting Coverings in Conditions of Application Laser Detection Systems 136
43 Peculiarities of the Resonance Diffraction from Periodic Structures, Analytical Approach 140
44 Mathematical Modelling in Measuring Methods of Optical Radiation Pulses 147
45 Trap Detectors for Power Measurements of Laser Radiation in Visible Spectral Region 150
46 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Multilayer Dielectric Structure Containing a Diffraction Grating 153
47 Structure of Generalized Mueller Matrix Including Isotropic Depolarization 156
48 New Precise Optical Powermeter 159
49 Holographic Microscopy: Methods, Devices, Applications 162
50 Surface Polaritons Minigaps Formation for Different Grating Profiles 168
51 Wave Diffraction by the Semi-Infinite Periodical Structures with Axial Symmetry 174
52 Coordinate-Free Holographic Method of Determination of Polarization Characteristics of Reflected Laser Radiation 177
53 Optohemotronic Sensors - Theory, Experiment, Application 180
54 Specular Diffracted Wave Polarization Control by Means of Resonance Diffraction 183
55 Influence of Absorption Nonuniformity on Bolometer Surface and Its Diameter on a Registered Focal Spot Profile 187
56 Analytical Theory of Wood Anomalies Under Grazing Light Incidence 194
57 Scattering of a Laser Wave Beam on a Dielectric Layer with a Ferrite Film 198
58 Metrology Maintenance Optic Time-Domain Reflectometers 202
59 Diffraction Properties of Multi-Layer Holograms 206
60 Nonlinear Anisotropic Scattering of Laser Beam in Light Sensitive As[subscript 2]S[subscript 3] - Ag 207
61 Two-Dimensional Bragg-Ewald's Dynamical Diffraction and Spontaneous Gratings 211
62 Atoms' Optical Orientation 212
63 Optical Induced Dynamic Nuclei Polarization in Condensed Medias 213
64 Application of Adaptive Methods for Increasing Efficiency of Lidar Measurements 214
65 Many Body Theory for Luminescence in Quantum Wells 217
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    Elements of Creation Review by Bernie P. Nelson

    The author is initiated into The Circle Dance and encounters The Beast while traveling in India. This results in a mind-bending concept about life, our body, and the concept of time and space. This reviewer while reading was nudged into introspective meditation questioning, 'What is true reality?' Reading more, cognitive sparklers illuminated this reviewer's mind when confronted with postulations such as, 'Death is a symptom of paying too much attention to time.' The author discovers that your life is not your body, your experiences, or even an apparition. To learn about a new concept of life, time, and space, this work is a must-read. Reader, please fasten your seat belt. It's an exciting, brilliant, transformative trip!

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