Turkey was not on my radar, but one day an unexpected woman showed up at my worship by fate. So for that reason, this is how we aligned. During the event, I asked everyone to take an hour's break for lunch, and when I returned, one of the participants, Joy, brought a Turkish woman back with her. Joy was picnicking in the park when she met Belinay, and they started a conversation; Belinay revealed that she wrote a story in school when she was eight. The tale was about meeting a Canadian man, part native, who lived in Peru's jungles and worked with plant medicines; one day, she would face him and bring him to Turkey. So you must imagine Belinay's excitement to hear that I lived in Peru and researched plants. Everybody at the workshop was excited to listen to her story, and others were hurt because they knew I would leave for Turkey immediately. The attendees laughed; here we go again, another journey for Stephen; we will miss you. Belinay was young and beautiful; she radiated ancient Persian wisdom and was full of enthusiasm; it beamed from her eyes, obliging her to reveal the Secrets of Turkey to me. At this time, I sought the origins of solar gods, a constellation named the Pleiades and its central sun, Alcyone. I arrived in Istanbul near the market of spices. Unfortunately, my stay in the city was short, so I needed to work fast and establish contacts with historians and archeologists immediately. The woman I was visiting in Istanbul pointed me toward Apollo, a temple by the ocean built well before Arabic influences. Still, before I travelled to the sea, I was entertained in mosques and baptized within secret rituals that opened doors to metaphysical knowledge in Arabic secret societies. Afterward, I learned that the Pleiades are known as al-Thurayya (Arabic) in unusual Islamic literature. The word al-Thurayya also translates into the First Mansion of the Moon and refers to the 13 lunar cycles commencing in the Pleiades and ending in Taurus. However, other systems believe it ends in Perseus. Ultimately, the ancients understood the Pleiades emanated magic, and the moon influenced our perception through its Zodiac signs, thus affecting our emotional and physical bodies.
The passage: A companion of The Holy Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) relates One day we were sitting with The Holy Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) when this chapter* was revealed. I enquired from Muhammad (May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). Who are the people to whom the words "and among others of them who have not yet joined them"** refer Salman (may Allah be pleased with him), a Persian was sitting among us. The Holy Prophet (May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) put his hand on Salman (may Allah be pleased with him) and said. If faith were to go up to the Pleiades, a man from among these would surely find it. (Ṣaḥīḥ al-Bukhārī)
Next, I visited the Sumela monastery "Virgin Mary," over 1800 years old, situated on a cliff 1200 meters above the Turkish forest. When I arrived at the top, I hiked through this majestic architecture; its view transformed me into a creative process of living in such a place thousands of years ago. In addition, I met a monk; he spoke little English and was excited to show me a unique painting on a ceiling within a cave-like structure. The image blew my mind; it was a picture of a man he said was Jesus with nine angels around him. The monk also assured me that Jesus was not one but a collection of many totalling 9. Ultimately, I was delighted to hear the story because it confirmed my experience of visitations In 2007. Long story short, I was introduced to a group of Angelic guides called the council of 9; my spirit was sent from Alcyone into this physical body to anchor this committee's energy. Eventually, I arrived in Ankara, where Belinay lived, and we were both very excited to reacquaint. She revealed all kinds of legends about her country's past and its borders. One story that stands out is Russia/Ukraine with love; the beautiful medicine woman who fled from all over Europe into Russia did so for safety during the pope's inquisition, in the 15th-17th centuries. As a result, Russia and the surrounding regions are full of attractive women who are esoterically aware and grounded in family. Unfortunately, the unresolved past manifested in the form of alcohol consumption in Russian men, resulting in early demise, and the women are widowed or single very quickly. This prompted Russian and Ukrainian females to look for men outside their borders. So, for the Turkish men seeking a householder partner, the women of Eastern Europe were the perfect match. As a result, many Turkish men were used for immigration purposes, and the women eventually attempted to leave the country, which caused much Chaos.
I received essential wisdom from Belinay; she was involved in politics and maintained a priestess vibe. So, she spoke about our meeting in Toronto and noticed that I produced a lot of spiritual energy in the higher chakras, but understanding the female body is just as important. Then, she laughed and said, let's bring that enlightened energy down. Next, she made traditional tea and educated me about the woman's lymphatic system. Indeed, Belinay expressed the importance of touching a woman's body to preserve the lymph nodes; it's her medicine. Next, she conveyed that a woman's body is like a Lamborghini; first, I am required to idle her. In other words, touch her skin slowly; when she is warmed up and her body begins to purr, I can step on the gas. Later, after playing with her at maximum efficiency, I needed to let her idle before stopping. Specifically, don't pull out too quickly or run out of the bedroom; stay awhile and be in the moment. Finally, do not allow emotions to dictate your life; never date down or settle because of loneliness; this will dull connections to me or higherslef. The last section of advice was genuinely epic; Belinay advised me to cycle on and off women. A man needs to fast in between relations, or if I am in a committed partnership, practice abstinence from time to time, this was my receptor sites remain clean.
Belinay prepared my first archeological excursion; I left Ankara and made my way to Didim/Aydın, a temple on Turkey's Aegean coast. Apollo's temple hosted the most famous oracles, worshiping the god Apollo and the goddess Medusa. Medusa's legend starts with Poseidon seducing her as a mortal; she is a beautiful maiden in the temple of Athena. As a result, Poseidon's sacrilege attracted Athena's wrath, and she punished Medusa by transforming her and her hair into snakes. Regarding the Didim temple's account, Medusa was the "guardian, protectress." Apollo was the healer. Another woman joined me at the temple; she was adept with history and mythology; Belinay joined us on the weekend. The Woman explained to me that this temple was built to follow the precessions and movements of the Pleiades. Also, Apollo represented the Titan Atlas and the Oceanid Pleione. In the temple, there are many swastika patterns; she narrated the big dipper manifested in the geometric design of the swastika by pivoting and encompassing the Pole Star during the Earth's shift of seasons. In Hindu scripture, the Big Dipper stars were the seven sages (Sapta Rishi Mandal) happily married to seven sisters named the Pleiades.
Job 38:31 "Can you bind the chains of the Pleiades? Can you loosen Orion's belt? The Pleiades is a star dimension bound together (they do not separate over time); the Orion stars are not (they 'loosen' over time) moving away from each other.
This temple was extraordinary; it was the first time at an archaeological site that I felt a strong resonance with the Pleiades; I united to what many call heaven on Earth. Next, we needed to ground, so we swam in the ocean, lay on the beach and gazed at the sun as it set. It was a magical weekend. Finally, I expressed attention to Rize, close to the Georgian border. Beliany took care of everything and sent me on the way; it was the last time we would see each other.
Rize is located in the eastern part of the Black Sea Region on a narrow strip of flat land between the sea and the mountains, entertaining the best selection of flowers and herbs due to its climate. In addition, over 9300 species of vascular plants grow in Turkey; they have a unique tissue formation that transports food and water to different areas in the plant. Vascular plants have a root system, shoot system and vascular system; its root process anchors the plant in the ground for extra stability, expanding to increase the surface area for enhanced water absorption. Also, Turkey has nearly 400 species of Astragalus (herbs and small shrubs) and is known as the "land of roses," harvesting approximately 10 tons yearly. Unique; rose or gül, termed in Turkish, has been used in Rosewater and rose oil since ancient times. The Damask rose was highly important in Ottoman medicine and has been mentioned in most medical textbooks since the 14th century. Ultimately, drinking rose sherbet was a natural remedy used among the sultans to relieve nausea, indigestion, tension and anxiety. As a result, the rose symbolized the flower of Heaven, the sense/scent of spirituality, Islam, the Prophet Muhammad and Allah. In Rize, I settled into a beautiful cabin at the edge of the mountainside for long-awaited rest from Peru. For several years, I explored the relationship between spirituality, science, and psychedelics, thus consuming ayahuasca over 100 times and the San Pedro cactus on 50 occasions. Unfortunately, my liver was hurt and needed repair, so I went to the best place in the world for it. One of these Herbs I sought after is the Turkish supreme milk thistle, which has high amounts of Silymarin concerted in its fruits. Wild Silymarin (grown in the mountains) is an antioxidant; it increases free radical production and is a toxin blockade agent. In addition, when appropriately dried and steeped to a warm temperature, this plant increases the liver's bile production and pushes poisons out, such as radiation, heavy metals and stress. In the end, I discovered that high quantities of psychedelic use create tremendous pressure/stress on the liver, considering it cannot keep up with the accelerated emphasis on processing.
I met the hotel owners; they were friendly and shocked that I had arrived in an isolated region for ten days considering that the tourist period was over. Next, I described that I was seeking the milk thistle; the owner suggested a room with a small kitchen, stove and pots to cook the medicine. Unfortunately, I was visiting in the offseason, and when I walked through the mountains, there was no Milk thistle. Nevertheless, I was fortunate to join a few tours that aligned me with a Sufi woman. Besides, the philosophy of Sufi was new to me; the woman revealed that Sufism emphasized a strong spiritual brotherhood within an Islamic system that practiced self-discipline. Although it was easier for a man to have these domains because of their biology, the men invited women who followed the Way of Love to enter Sufism. Ultimately, the brotherhood practices were open to the recognition of women and man; even Muhammad recognized the philosophies of feminine and masculine, spirit and matter. Following, I discovered the Sufi woman was knowledgeable of the plants; I spent the day with her and acquired more wisdom. Finally, she pointed me toward a male Sufi to help with what I needed, this man gave me the flower tops I required and the rest of the plant. The male Sufi advised me to fast for three days and eat fresh olives; the oils from the olive aides the cleansing of the liver. I started my abstinence with two days of no food and water; on the 3rd day, Dry. On the 4th day, I added the olives. Subsequently, the hotel owner located the freshest olives available; later, I hiked into the mountains to sit under my favourite tree, meditate, eat the olives and chant the Aum mantra 108 times a day. Then, on the 8th day, I prepared the milk thistle and consumed it; I experienced horrible dreams and feared striking panic. Finally, my bowels were submitted to the Milk Thistle, and I produced a massive release. Luckily I ate those olives; the oils provided a smooth discharge and offered extra mineral support during the detox. I concluded the ten-day Milk Thistle protocol, and I felt terrific. The unresolved fears of living in the jungles and tripping on psychedelics made a smooth transition from my liver and Aura.
The healing properties of Flora were made into scented oils. However, I did consume some flowers that were edible and will make a note of this.
Accelerated Learning/Melatonin Production Flower, Latin Word: Petunia. Turkish: Petunia. Melatonin is manufactured from tryptophan by the pineal gland and secreted in small amounts, a vital role in our sleep cycle. Infuse the flower before bed to induce sleep.
Admiration Flower, Latin Word: Rosa. Turkish: Giil. The rose is valued for its beauty and has a long history of ancient symbolism, such as Love and beauty. In addition, the rose was sacred to several goddesses, Isis, Aphrodite and Mother Mary.
Alignment and Remapping of Cranial Structure Flower, Latin Word: Hepatica. Turkish: Ruzgargulu. Used by medieval herbalists to treat liver diseases. Modern applications include treatments for pimples, bronchitis, gout and headaches.
The blending of the Spiritual and Material Flower, Latin Word: Physalis Franchetti. Turkish: Giivey Feneri. One kingdom is physical, visible, and tangible; the other is spiritual and invisible. But both are real, merged, overlapping, interconnecting continuously, and we all experience both every day, every second, of our lives. Thus, the medicine people believed this plant assists us in finding the balance in both.
Coherence; Heart Rhythm Flower, Latin Word: Clematis. Turkish: Klematis. The flower is applied for migraines and nervous disorders and as an effective treatment of skin infections.
Cartilage/Strength and motion Flower, Latin Word: Agapanthus, Turkish: Afrika zambagi. Considered a mystical and medicinal plant practiced to treat heart disease and paralysis. The flower is distilled into oil and rubbed on the body, strengthening the cartilage in the joints and hips, making room for motion.
Chi Energy, Prana/the Flow of Life Force The flower, Latin:Tagetes, Turksih:çiçeği. The grounding marigold includes the first three colours of the chakra system that increase energy flow through the body. Sanskrit, prana. The English translation is "air," "breath," the original meaning of the Latin word spiritus.
Diné The Flower, Latin: Tulippa, Turkish: Lale. The Navajo people believed in Dine; they passed through three worlds before emerging into the Fourth World, or Glittering World. The Diné accepts there are two classes of Humans: the Earth People and the Holy People. It is understood that a century ago, the Holy People taught the Diné how to live the right way with Nature. In addition, the Holy is considered to have the power to aid or harm the Earth's People. Since Earth People are an integral part of the universe, the Holy People must maintain harmony and balance
DNA RNA Replication Flower, Latin Word: Passiflora, Turkish Word: Carkifelek. Flower, Latin Word: Passiflora, Turkish Word: Carkifelek. Sufi Legend suggests that this Flower can help replicate healthy, complete cells when applied topically and mixed with other herbs, a secret recipe. Modern medicine promotes its use for anxiety and sleep problems.
Defrag/Shadow Bonding Flower, Latin word: Digitalis, Turkish: Yukskotu. Its Medicinal uses increase cardiac balance and control the heart rate, particularly irregularities (and often fast beats).
Environmental Sensitivity/Strength and Balance The Flower, Latin word: Carduus, Turkish: Sut thistl. The core ingredient of Milk Thistle is silymarin; it's a potent antioxidant that aids the production of new cells and stops the composition of harmful cells, such as cancer.
EPHA Binding The Flower, Latin word: Gaillardia, Turkish: Gayardi.The Gaillardia grows under harsh and dry conditions and blooms in the sand along a seashore. The Flower is considered to bring good fortune; folklore medicine suggests crushing the seeds into a powder and chewing that strengthens the epha molecules in the brain to enhance our motor skills and all brain wave activity.
Expansion The Flower, Latin Word: Dicentra, Turkish: Kanayan Kalpler. The plant has many heart-shaped flowers. Sufi Legend suggests that the inhalation of this Flower during rituals can expand truths of inner worlds and the outer awareness of illusions. Also, it's a tonic herb that calms stressed nerves in vulnerable people, especially after Traumatic experiences such as car accidents.
Faith The Flower, Latin word: Hydrangea, Turkish: Hydrangea. The roots and stem are used to make medicine to treat bladder, urethra, and prostate infections. In addition, this Flower cultivates faith and direction, energy for ongoing commitment to seek the higher states of concentration and wisdom in metaphysics.
The influx of Chromosome Functions The Flower, Latin Word: Primula, Turkish word: Cuha. This Flower's medicine is used to strengthen nerves and is widely used against bronchitis, blue cough, pneumonia, bronchial asthma, flu, rheumatic pains, etc.
Inspiration The Flower, Latin word: Myosotis, Turkish word: Unutabeni. Means "breathed upon." Several species of this Flower contain volatile oils, which act as an antidote for various poisons. Sufi myth recommends inhalation of oils to rid evil spirits from the body and mind.
Know Thyself The Flower, Latin word: Strelitzia reginae, Turkish: Cennet Kusu. The Bird of Paradise flowers is associated with liberty, magnificence, and a good perspective. Unfortunately, the Flower is slow-growing and will not bloom until three to five years have passed since germination. Sufi practitioners crush the roots utilized to relieve symptoms of STDs
Longevity/the Increase of Secosteroid Production The Flower, Latin word: Kniphohia, Turkish: Fener ciceg. The most crucial secosteroid for humans is Vitamin D, which promotes Life expectancy, essential for bone health, depression, heart disease, and diabetes. In addition, these plants produce spikes of brightly coloured, hanging, red-to-orange flowers known as "torch" and "red hot poker." The flowers have copious nectar while blooming and attract hummingbirds and orioles. Also, they are applied in a magical sense; the smells and colours stimulate secosteroids.
Mantra/ Buddhi The Flower, Latin word: Fuchsia, Turkish: Kupe cicegi. Flower infusion can Stabilize and clear the mind, just like a Mantra. Buddhi is the higher aspect of the mind, the doorway to inner wisdom and vision. When you breathe in, focus on Aum (in your mind); when you breathe out, speak the word Aum. Healing Properties: Fuchsia flower essence assists in releasing outdated suppressed emotions and accepting confidence and capability. Meditation/Stabilizing and Clearing the Mind The Flower, Latin word: Hemerocallis, Turkish: Gunguzeli. Hemerocallis comes from the Greek words Hemera, "day," and also "beautiful." Flowers are a sedative and pain reliever for women in childbirth. In addition, the flowers extract is a blood purifier, expels parasitic worms, and treats jaundice, constipation and pneumonia. The juice of the roots is an effective antidote for arsenic poisoning. The heart also has a history of use in cancer treatment. Furthermore, extracts from the sources have shown antitumor activity, and a tea made from the boiled core is used as a diuretic.
Nirodah The Flower, Latin word: Alyssum, Turkish: Kraliyet. Its medicine treats STDs, colds, abdominal pain and coughs; Turkish folklore medicine utilizes the aroma for deep meditation. Nirodah, a Yogic term, a Sutra, is the most desired five states of mind to realize the true Self. Also, Nirodhah embodies control, regulation, channelling, mastery, integration, coordination, understanding, stilling, quieting, and setting aside. The five desired states are Kshipta/disturbed, Mudha/dull, Vikshipta/distracted, Ekagra/one-pointed, and Nirodhah/mastered.