Air Ion Research

I would like to share with your some articles about air ions (energetic air). There are hundreds of reports, accounts, casual studies and good stories to read on this subject. I will add a section at the bottom of some blogs, and call it: AIR  followed by a number for each AIR blog entry.

Almost all luminous places, or power spots that I have experienced have either a very high level of small air negative ions (energetic air), or the air ions are qualitatively special. This is based on my own subjective experience over many years.

One ancient concept for God was that He is like the air: invisible, yet supports all life

AIR  # 1     “AIR  Air Ion Research” are links to anecdotal data and stories about this subject. Included are a few scientific research references.

Note:   According to World Health Organization the designated standard for (indoors) fresh air negative oxygen ions per cubic centimeter:  not less than 1000 ~ 1500″.

Optimal Breathing: Negative Ions:  “In 1984, a study was published in the “Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology” named, “Negative Air Ionization Improves Memory and Attention in Learning-Disabled and Mentally Retarded Children.” .

The Power of Negative Ions: The Oceans and Bodies of Water“:(Australia): ” Negative ions promote alpha brain waves and increased brain wave amplitude which results in a higher awareness level. The body is better able to absorb oxygen into the blood cells, oxidize serotonin and filter airborne contaminants.”

(c) Paul C Adams 2013               updated  5-29-14

Computer Maintainence

These are some very useful books that you can use for reference. Sometimes it requires a trip to your local computer repair technicians, yet frequently you can clear up many minor problems yourself and at home. It takes time and patience, sometimes frustrating, but can be fun and a learning experience that is worthwhile.

1) “How Computers Work”. by Ron White   is an excellent picture book and general description of modern computers and how they work. It is a great coffee table book full of colorful illustrations.

2) “Troubleshooting and Maintaining Your PC for Dummies, 6 books in 1“, by Dan Gooklin:  is a specific guide to finding and correcting common problems, and general procedures.

3) “Comptia A+ Certification for Dummies”,9 books in 1“, by Glen Clarke and Ed Terz.  This technical resource book is an excellent reference and worth reading, slowly, to learn about how computers work and how to repair both hardware and software issues.

(c) Paul C Adams 2013

Mind at Large

 Aldous Huxley describes a parallel dimension of intelligence and ideas as “MInd at Large” (original idea of Henry Bergson?) This trans-personal domain is believed to be a living pool of supra-human collective ideas, visions, and possibilities of existence. Carl Jung refers to a similar concept, the Realm of archetypes. Rosicrucians and Theosophists call it the “Causal and Astral planes“.  Probably everyone travels into this deep (within) field during sleep and dreams: Ideas, insights and inspiration can be derived from these nocturnal journeys.

An essential key to this process is, of course, memory. Dreams and insights, visions and revelations are very subtle and usually vanish upon awakening. How can we recall more? What secret processes within our mind hide vast amounts of collective human experience and knowledge below the level of conscious awareness? Inner and outer luminosity are essential energy for the minds “eye” to obtain knowledge and support memory.

Edgar Cayce, a professional photographer, (The Sleeping Profit) accessed this deep field of conciousness via sleep and dreams. He was able to provide many people with specific cures for their illness, even though he did not know them, and they lived far away. Don Jose, a Huichol shaman used nocturnal dreaming to determine the cause of illness and to find a cure; also to find lost cows, good hunting locations, and even “weather reports” concerning the arrival of rain and the optimal time to plant corn.

Visionary experience via dreams can have very practical results, and has been the source of innumerable human ideas and inventions. We claim ideas and insights as our own, yet how they pop into our mind, or where they come from is unknown.

(c) Paul C Adams 2013

Building Your Website

There are dozens of excellent books on how to build a website. Here are the ones that I use:

1)  Build A Website   by  Paul Crowder, pub. by Dummies,  342pgs,     2010.

2)  Building Websites: All in One    by David Carlins and Doug Sahlin, 796 pgs,                        pub.by Dummies   2012

3)  The Complete Idiots Guide (plus CD)  by Paul McFredies , 364pgs,    2008

4)  Create Your Own Website (plus CD)   by Scott Mitchell,  215 pgs.,  2007

I recommend having several books (or more) because they give different ideas and facts, as well as various design options, prototype models, and illustrations.

Courses at colleges and universities can be found in many areas, and for this subject classes can offer great advantages, such as hands on experience with a computer and instructor.

If you like math, editing, or have a very detail orientated mind, then website construction will be easy and fun. I find it challenging, stimulating and enjoyable. Website construction, updating and maintainance can be a great learning adventure for both younger and older generations.

(c) Paul C Adams 2013

Your Website

Do you want your own website?  It is great fun and a learning experience (including precision, patience and persistence) that can last for years.  Here are a few suggestions to get your own website online.

1) Have a website developer build, setup and help maintain it. This is the fastest way, yet will cost the most.

2) Host server companies Go Daddy  offer a very large variety of designed websites (or templates) and add ons (photo gallery, blog, e-commerce, etc) that you can choose from. The host company has a staff of operators you can call and consult with. They can help you select options and answer questions about set-up and maintainance, utilizing  the online  “dashboard”  of website controls they provide. The cost depends on the type of pages selected, and how many options you choose to use in your website – beyond those provided for a low monthly fee.

3) Learn some HTML, the basic programming language used for web pages, and with a Web Page Editor  like “Dreamweaver” – Adobe,  or  SeaMonkey – Mozilla Foundation,   build your own website.  This will take some time, but you will learn how to build, setup and maintain your own website. It is as hard as learning to type…. not very difficult, but it is  time-consuming.

4) Learn HTML, HTML 5, CSS, and Javascript basics.  This choice is the most difficult and time-consuming, yet it gives you the full control of all design possibilities,  maintainance and up-dating.

(c) Paul C Adams 2013

Apple Desktop Large Screen Computer

The Apple 27″  i Mac Desktop computer (Models Me088LL/A  and Meo89LL/A)  are             a dream come true   for digital photographers, and for everyone who loves living color on their monitor. I am very impressed with the extraordinary color quality and resolution of this desktop large screen computer and monitor.  If you have not seen one yet, then go to a store that has these and take a look: It is breath-taking beauty!     I have looked at many computers monitors and none have this magical color quality.  When you are at the store Best Buy, look at my website galleries; this computer is a special experience.

Paul C Adams 2013

Update: New Slide Show

I have added a new slide show, “Luminous Places 7” to the photo galleries in my website. These pictures are of luminous and/or beautiful wilderness locations in northern California.

What kind of cameras do I use?   My favorites are the very small, light-weight point and shoot digital cameras using 5 to 15 mega pixels.   These are computerized high-tech cameras that can go with you on a long hike, and are ready to use quickly. They are great for landscapes and wilderness photography.  All of the photos in my website are taken with this kind of camera.   Close ups can be difficult because the computer may not focus on the same object as you choose: the SLR type digital camera is better for close up pictures.

I am amazed at the high quality pictures my small digital, hand-held cameras can take. They project a laser beam (red color) to the object in view – to calculate appropriate settings!

(c) Paul C Adams 2013