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The World Mind and Consciousness (GM4)
Few would argue the fact that today's world is literally permeated with conflict at every level of society. Yet the governments and institutions of the world are, for the most part, unable to alleviate the pain and fear that is increasing among us. Most...
Mind >> World Mind
Citrine
Projective. Element: Fire. Clear yellow qtz. For Solar Plexus chakra, mental and emotional clarity. Problem-solving, memory, willpower, optimism, confidence, self-discipline, digestion. Reduces anxiety, fear, depression, stomach tension, food disorders,...
Earth Mysteries >> Stones, Minerals & Metals
Manifesting World Enlightenment: Part 3
One of the very best ways to raise personal or group consciousness, is to MANIFEST spiritual Intentions into the environment at large. The projection of love into one’s surroundings for instance, results in love being reflected back to the sender, like...
Mind >> World Mind
Malachite
Receptive. Element: Earth. Steady pulsing electromagnetic energy. (High copper content) On brow: Stimulates physical and psychic vision, concentration. For heart and solar plexus centers: Stomach, liver, kidney stones, lungs, immune system, radiation, MS,...
Earth Mysteries >> Stones, Minerals & Metals
ASTRONICA: Blessing or Nightmare for Astrology?
If NASA's engineers only had eleventh-century astronomy knowledge, do you think they could have landed the "Rover" on Mars? If modern day astrophysicists could only make use of ancient Assyrian astronomy, do you think they would have been able to...
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Modern Science >> Astronomy
Rhodochrosite
Projective. Element: Fire. Energy, peace, love. Solid to clear pink. Gentle, yet probably the most vibrant loving stone to heal the heart chakra, especially for giving/receiving love. Also for loneliness, loss, heartache, fear, insecurities, inner-child...
Earth Mysteries >> Stones, Minerals & Metals

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Lecture 17- Sensory Physiology, etc. How do sensory receptors
classify receptor types. • Chemoreceptor. – Taste, olfaction, carotid bodies ( oxygen, pH) glucose, pain receptors (= nociceptors).
Ontogenesis of peripheral electromagnetic receptors in hornets
This article traces the ontogenesis of peripheral electromagnetic receptors. (PER) in the From our studies of the peripheral electromagnetic receptor.
Electromagnetic Compatibility Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) - undesirable signals coupled from one system (emitter) to another (receptor) which degrade the performance of the receptor.
Massage Ball.pub
tors that respond to individual molecules, and those that respond to categories of related chemicals (e.g. olfactory receptors).
SENSES
Photoreceptors. 5. Other Electromagnetic Receptors.

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Sensory receptor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
electromagnetic receptors - definition of electromagnetic receptors in
electromagnetic /elec·tro·mag·net·ic/ (-mag-net´ik) involving both electricity and magnetism. electromagnetic. [-magnet′ik].
Electromagnetic receptors in humans? « Brains Lab
May 27, 2009 Electromagnetic receptors in humans? May 27 2009 Evidence that transduction of electromagnetic field is mediated by a force receptor.
Sensory and Motor Mechanisms
Lecture 17- Sensory Physiology, etc. How do sensory receptors
classify receptor types. • Chemoreceptor. – Taste, olfaction, carotid bodies ( oxygen, pH) glucose, pain receptors (= nociceptors).

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