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Pearls, Circles, Orbs, and Diamonds

‘Catch a Pearl and ride the dragons wings.’- Song: Heat of the moment; Performed by: Asia.

‘Diamonds, love don’t come for free.’- Song: Diamonds; Performed by: Herb Alpert & Janet Jackson.

Matthew 7:6-‘Do not throw your pearls to pigs.’

‘If I gave you diamonds and pearls
Would you be a happy boy or a girl.’- Song: Diamonds and Pearls; Performed by: Prince and the New Power Generation 

Diamonds= Others

Pearl(s)=Representation of the Soul

‘Remember when you were young,

You shone like the sun.

Shine on you crazy diamond.’- Song: Shine on you crazy Diamond; Performed by: Pink Floyd

Band: Pearl Jam- No thank you..

‘Diamond girl, you sure do shine.’- Song: Diamond Girl; Performed by: Seals & Croft

‘Until we behold the pain become the pearl, the pearl, the pearl.’ Song: The Pearl; Performed by: Emmylou Harris

‘Oh, she used to be a pearl, oh
Yeah, she used to rule the world, oh
Can’t believe she’s become a shell of herself.’- Song: Pearl; Performed by: Katy Perry 

‘Diamonds are a girl’s best friend.’- Song: Diamonds are a girl’s best friend; Performed by: Marilyn Monroe 

Songs about Diamonds and Pearls go on ad infinitum..

‘Circle in the sand round and round,never ending love is what we found.’- Song: Circle in the sand; Performed by: Belinda Carlisle 

Many of you are aware, humanity has been referred to as: cattle, chickens, as well as general farm animals by the Others. Please, keep that in mind while reviewing the next few songs. 

‘I’ll go to Cowtown

I’ll dance around

Board up your windows

The big boy’s in town

Big Ball’s in Cowtown

We’ll all go down

Big Ball’s in Cowtown

We’ll dance around.’- Song: Big Balls in Cowtown; Performed by: Asleep at the Wheel

‘I’ve got big balls
I’ve got big balls
They’re such big balls
And they’re dirty big balls
And he’s got big balls
And she’s got big balls
(But we’ve got the biggest balls of them all)’- Song: Big Balls; Performed by: AC/DC

Translation: The more spiritual work that is completed, the larger the soul becomes. ‘Dirty balls’ refers to  ‘sin’ that was performed by the soul which provides the wolves with an opportunity to able to take/claim their prize- a big, beautiful soul. 

Make sense why the ‘El’/Others of the world possess various pieces ‘royal jewelry’ containing diamonds and pearls? Please see examples of such on the following links: 

https://maries-jewels-royals.blogspot.com/2012/03/pearl-and-diamond-diadems.html

Additional information associated with Pearls:

Pearl Harbor located in Hawaii: https://www.pearlharbortours.com/blog/things-you-dont-know/

History and use of Pearls throughout the world:

https://tinyrituals.co/blogs/tiny-rituals/pearl-meaning

https://www.thepearlsource.com/blog/pearl-meaning-the-myths/

Quotes regarding Pearls in the Bible:

https://bible.knowing-jesus.com/topics/Pearls

https://bible.knowing-jesus.com/words/Pearls

Famous quotes associated with Pearls:

https://www.pearlsofjoy.com/blogs/blog/famous-pearl-quotes

◇Additional information associated with Diamonds◇: 

Diamond Uses and Meaning

Twenty of the best Diamond songs: 

https://www.billboard.com/music/pop/best-songs-about-diamonds-8470232/

The larger ‘orbs’ presented on various paintings throughout history represent the soul.  Notice the trinity in the Da Vinci painting? 

A song for all of the lovely souls of the world: Love Train. Performed by: The Ojays 

https://genius.com/The-ojays-love-train-lyrics

Take note of their other song: Back Stabber.. remember who the back stabbers were in history:

Did the Celts or Druids Perform Human Sacrifice?

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Larrycoconut
Larrycoconut
26 days ago

Missed opportunity to post the “ponder the orb” meme.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
25 days ago
Reply to  Larrycoconut

GPT-3 Conversation (keep in mind some of this may be a hallucination and not true):

Q. What is the “ponder the orb” meme?

A. The “ponder the orb” meme is a popular internet meme that features an image of a person holding a large, shiny orb, usually with a contemplative or serious expression on their face. The meme is often used to mock or satirize people who are seen as pretentious, self-important, or overly serious. The phrase “ponder the orb” is used to mock the idea that the person in the image is deep in thought, when in reality they are just holding a shiny object.

The meme’s origin is hard to track but it has been used as a way to mock politicians, celebrities, and others who have been photographed holding orbs. The meme is often used to mock politicians who are seen as self-important or out of touch with reality, and to criticize the way that political leaders use symbols to convey a sense of authority and power.

The “Ponder the Orb” meme is a form of satire and is usually not meant to be taken seriously, it is used to mock and make fun of the person or situation in the image.

Q. Which politicians, celebrities, and others who have been photographed holding orbs?

A. The “ponder the orb” meme has been used to mock a variety of politicians, celebrities, and other public figures who have been photographed holding orbs. Some notable examples include:

  • President Donald Trump, who was photographed holding a glowing orb during a visit to Saudi Arabia in 2017. The photo quickly became a popular target for internet memes and jokes.
  • President Vladimir Putin, who was also photographed holding a glowing orb during a visit to Egypt in 2017.
  • President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt, who was photographed alongside Putin holding the orb.
  • King Salman of Saudi Arabia, who was also photographed holding the orb with Trump and el-Sisi.
  • President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey, who was also photographed holding a glowing orb during a visit to Saudi Arabia in 2017.
  • Kim Kardashian West was also photographed holding an orb while promoting a perfume.

These are some examples, but the meme has been used to mock many other politicians, celebrities and public figures who have been photographed holding orbs.

Q. Please list some more people.

A. Some other examples of politicians and public figures who have been featured in the “ponder the orb” meme include:

Former President Barack Obama, who was photographed holding a basketball during the White House Easter Egg Roll in 2009.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who was photographed holding a globe during a visit to the United Nations in 2012.

Former President Bill Clinton, who was also photographed holding a globe during a visit to the United Nations in 2000.

Former Vice President Al Gore, who was photographed holding a globe during a speech in 2000.

Former Vice President Joe Biden, who was photographed holding a globe during a speech in 2016.

The Pope, who was photographed holding a globe during a visit to the United Nations in 2015.

Former Prime Minister of Australia, Tony Abbott.
Former Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper.
Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Theresa May.
Former Prime Minister of Italy, Matteo Renzi.
Former Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe.

These are some examples but the meme has been used to mock many other politicians and public figures who have been photographed holding orbs or globes, often to mock their serious expressions while holding the object.

Q. What about non politician celebrities?

In addition to politicians, the “ponder the orb” meme has also been used to mock a variety of non-politician celebrities and other public figures who have been photographed holding orbs. Some examples include:

  • Actor Nicolas Cage, who was photographed holding a crystal skull on the set of the movie “National Treasure: Book of Secrets” in 2007.
  • Musician Kanye West, who was photographed holding a crystal during a concert in 2016.
  • Musician Jay-Z, who was photographed holding a crystal during a concert in 2013.
  • Musician Madonna, who was photographed holding a crystal during a concert in 2012.
  • Supermodel Heidi Klum, who was photographed holding a crystal during a photo shoot in 2008.
  • Actor Sylvester Stallone, who was photographed holding a crystal during a photo shoot in 2006.
  • Musician Björk, who was photographed holding a crystal during a concert in 2001.
  • Actor Brad Pitt, who was photographed holding a crystal during a photo shoot in 1999.

These are some examples of non-politician celebrities and public figures who have been featured in the “ponder the orb” meme, the list can go on and on as many celebrities have been photographed holding various objects in different settings. The meme is a way to mock the fact that these people are taking themselves too seriously and making a big deal out of holding something that is not important.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
25 days ago
Reply to  stevencasteel

“holding a crystal during a”

When GPT starts spitting out very similar sounding answers, in my experience it is an indicator it has just starting making stuff up.

John
John
26 days ago

So disjointed

imtrash_2
imtrash_2
25 days ago

Pearl jam is a actually the pearl necklace that ZZ Top was singing about

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
25 days ago

According to GPT-3:

Q. What does the orb in Da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi represent?

A. The orb that is held by Jesus Christ in the painting Salvator Mundi by Leonardo da Vinci represents the terrestrial globe, symbolizing Christ’s universal rule over the earth. The orb is also a traditional Christian symbol of Christ’s kingship and authority, and his role as the savior of the world. Additionally, the orb can also symbolize the idea of the world being in the palm of Christ’s hand, emphasizing his power and control over it.

Q. There are images of Buddha similarly holding an orb. What does it represent in his case?

A. In the case of Buddha, the orb he is holding is called a “dharma chakra” or “dharma wheel.” It symbolizes the teachings of the Buddha, or the path to enlightenment. The circle represents the infinite and eternal nature of the dharma, and the spoke in the center symbolizes the Eightfold Path, which is the path to enlightenment according to Buddhism. The dharma chakra also represents the idea that the Buddha’s teachings can be understood and applied universally, and that they have the power to bring about liberation and freedom from suffering.

Q. What are the esoteric associations with pearls and royalty?

A. Pearls have a long history of association with royalty and the elite. In ancient cultures, pearls were believed to have powerful, protective properties and were often associated with the gods and goddesses. Pearls were also seen as a symbol of wealth and nobility, and were highly prized for their rarity and beauty.

In the Middle Ages, pearls were associated with the Virgin Mary, and were seen as a symbol of purity, innocence, and spiritual perfection. They were also believed to have healing powers, and were thought to be able to cure a wide range of illnesses.

In esotericism, Pearls are associated with the Moon and are said to have a calming and soothing effect on the emotions. They are believed to have a powerful energy that can help to balance the emotions and promote feelings of tranquility and peace. They are also thought to have the power to enhance intuition, psychic abilities and spiritual awareness.

In spiritual traditions, pearls are also seen as a symbol of spiritual transformation, and are associated with the process of spiritual growth and enlightenment. They are said to help purify the mind and body, and to help one to connect with their higher self. They are also associated with the crown chakra and help to balance and open it.

Overall, pearls were and still considered a symbol of wealth, purity and spiritual perfection and were worn by royalties and elite people.

Q. Is there any evidence towards the ability of pearls to do anything besides look pretty as inert jewelry?

A. There is no scientific evidence that pearls have any specific healing or therapeutic properties. Pearls are made of calcium carbonate and a protein called conchiolin, and are formed inside the shells of certain mollusks. They are inert objects and do not have any chemical or biological properties that would make them useful for healing or other therapeutic purposes.

The belief that pearls have healing properties may have originated from the idea that pearls were rare and valuable, and that owning or wearing a pearl would bring good luck and protection. Additionally, in ancient cultures, pearls were often used in religious and ceremonial contexts, and were associated with the gods and goddesses. This association may have contributed to the belief that pearls had supernatural powers.

While Pearls are beautiful and symbolize wealth and nobility, it should be noted that they do not have any medical or healing properties, and should not be used as a substitute for proper medical treatment.

Hope
Hope
24 days ago

They are selling crystal balls with wands (plastic, plush, and pastel) at Walmart now in the kids sections.

Me Myself
Me Myself
15 days ago

Diamond= Daemon. Think about it.