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  • The Earth follows the Sun in a spiral density wave of the galaxy.

    Heliotropic sunflowers bend and sway and twine to face the sun as it crosses the sky.

    Bees navigate with the sun.
    ~~*~~They "speak" to one another of great discoveries of flowers.
    ~~*~~The speaker bee dances body against body to the "listening" bees.
    ~~*~~Dancing in the darkness of the hive.
    ~~*~~"The Dance" encoding distances and direction
    ~~*~~of quantity & quality of forage:
    ~~*~~"Pollen & nectar for Momma and her brood! Over there!"
    ~~*~~"Sunflowers in full bloom in the bright sunshine!"
    ~~*~~All discussed in terms of a common language of
    ~~*~~angular momentum off of the sun.

    In one kind & beautiful story (Storytelling as dance?),
    The Ray of Creation follows the sun -
    so closely and intimately it causes the earth to quantum leap
    into becoming the sun - a spaceship earth in a stream of co-creation.
    Punctuating every femtosecond,
    Puntuating every Mayan min-cycle through every Mayan uber-cycle,
    Punctuating every string theory oven-mitt-matrix of "(infinity + (the square root of negative 1))."
    My Mentor comments:
    _____(Infinity, Be rational! ~~*~~
    ______i, Get real! ~~*~~
    _______Zinc Oxide spf # googolplex sunscreen, puh-leeeze!)

    Regardless of who tells the story,
    The Ray of Creation only acts the part of Dancing Bee,
    A dance of the indescribable senses of
    Ray's Dance of the Double Nines. We "listen" carefully and then
    we speak in the common language of the angular momentum of
    ~~+~~Flowers in full bloom by the light of the kerosene railroad lantern.

    In spite of our limitations,
    we navigate the ocean of Earthrise,
    dancing into the sun.
    ("Let's go together!" Jefferson Starship from "Blows Against The Empire")
    Photo Credit: Beekeeping Photography - Common Creative License
    Area of Uncertainty in Type Two
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