Sunday, May 16, 2010

A Cake and nothing but MORE DAN BROWN

It finally rained, lowering the temperatures. Not yet to comfortable levels (it’s 39 deg centigrade still), but lowered nonetheless.

We had a very quiet Saturday and a still quieter Sunday. Of course,we didn’t harbour any other expectations as Mummy has her nose buried deep into her book.
It is very different from all other books that she has read, from what she has been telling us.

Now think about this:
A single grain of sand has mass, very negligible but still mass. So it exerts gravity. Now, when so many grains of sand form the moon, its gravity is strong enough to form tides in our seas and oceans.
Think of our thoughts as measurable mass. A single thought may not be strong enough like that single grain of sand and not exert much pull. But when a large group of minds think the same thing, it is strong enough to change the physical world around us. This is supposedly the power of Mass meditation or Mass –Prayer.

Profound isn’t it?
The Neotic Science centre, California has been conducting experiments that prove Thoughts exert energies that can be measured. WOW!

After the 9/11 attacks, the world was united in the same thought. This generated ONE strong, single measurable wave in the reactors that measured thoughts- Order in chaos. This was the turning point of these experiments that were trying to prove simply that wishes can come true! Mind over matter!

It is really amazing that these experiments just go on to prove what has been depicted in the ancient legends and Hindu scriptures thousands of years ago!!
This is called the Lost Wisdom of All Ages. This has been passed on over generations, guarded zealously by many Societies, the Freemasons being one of them.
Mummy is a Huge admirer of the Freemasons. From what she tells us, we understand that they were very brave, ingenious, loyal and exemplarily honourable. Famous men like Newton, Da Vinci, George Washington were all Masons.

This book talks about the Secret wisdom which is the understanding and power of all things we call occult, hidden and which can now be demonstrated in a laboratory!
We are sure we have persuaded you all enough to go pick up that book. Of course, if you want to, you can download the e-book or the audio book. But mummy says they are not as much fun.
We agree. The smell of a new book beats everything.

Well, not everything. The cake that Mummy baked yesterday smelt and tasted really Yummy. Of course it disappeared within minutes!

(Can I have some more please?)

(Me too, Mummy)

(Oh! Thank you)

(That's all that is left?)

And we all returned to ‘ The Lost symbol’.

We leave you to ponder over this:

'To live in the world without becoming aware of the meaning of the world is like wandering about in a great library without touching the books'- The secret Teaching of all Ages.

Thoughtful Wags,


Remington said...

Beth has that book on her list to get! She is in the middle of two books right now but certainly plan to get to that one! The cake looked so yummy that Beth said she is going to go and make one right now! THANK YOU!

Finni said...

Mmmmmh ....... cake ........!

Lola said...

Ssssh. If you keep posting about it, I'm going to have to let Blog Mom read it. She's got a library card and she's not afraid to use it. Also she hasn't used up her holiday gift card to Border's yet. As it is, I'm having trouble getting a blog post out of her. At least you got a cake. I'll never get her to bake.

wags, Lola

scotsmad said...

We think all those combined thoughts of cake got some action there!

It's supposed to rain today...Good day for reading.

XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

houndstooth said...

Mom says it's sounding more and more tempting to get! We have cheesecake here this weekend and it's soooo good!


~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Interesting thoughts to consider--I also think cake goes perfectly with all the needed things to think about!! :-))

1000 Goldens said...

You are so lucky that you get cake from your Mom!

Maggie Mae said...

I never gets cake :( you are very lucky pups!

Woofs and Licks,
Maggie Mae

PeeS Yay for rain!

The Devil Dog said...

Mom really likes that last quote. I was named by a friend of dad's because I do lots of bad (who me?) things like dancing on the table, eating all sorts of food, pens, pencils, gingerbread house, etc and I once pooped on a bed. (Not mom and dad's or PlusOne's. It is an evil invader who lives with us.) So I was nicknamed the Devil Dog. But it's all circumstantial. I promise.


Lorenza said...

After looking at that delicious cake... I forgot about the book!
Glad you enjoyed it!
Kisses and hugs

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Mom and I are both khraving khake!

Thanks fur making us drool!


Mr Koda MD said...

I can't stop thinking about cake!

Teddy Bear said...

Is your Mummy almost done with her book?:) That cake looks yummy!

Teddy Bear

Priscilla said...

That cake looks so tempting and delicious. Did you reserve a little bit for me? I might get that book too.

jabblog said...

Delicious cake - no wonder you enjoyed it so much.
(Aksharaa - I am thinking about a post on Freemasonry - just don't hold your breath! I must get it right ;-})

Mack and Mia said...


Did woo save some for me??

Wags and woofs,
Mack and Mia

Tiffany Harkleroad said...

That cake looks yummy! I gave you a blog award from The Tales of Dexter and Nora, check it out!

Maggie and Mitch said...

We'll take eating cake over reading books any day of the week!
We're glad you guys got some!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Thank you for visiting me.
Can you think of a rainbow, and maybe when I go outside , I will see it in the sky with all its splendorious colors

the booker man said...

okie dokie, so i will now put all the thingies your mama shared from her book to good use!
...thinking very hard about our mamas all making us doggies cakes...
the booker man