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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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