Shambhala, Agharti (Agharta) and 2012, central Asian myths. What do they have in common? While doing some research for an article relating to the mysteries of the number 7, I came across references in to Shambhala, Agharti (Agharta) and 2012. I thought it was quite bizarre to find that there was a legend surrounding Shambhala and Agharti which brought the date of 2012 into the picture as far as coming world changes are concerned. I was reading a book called “The Ancient Wisdom”. Imagine, a central Asian myth that could tie in with other legends surrounding 2012.
Australia has made a habit of bringing unusual things to the world. Look at Rolf Harris and his wobble board. Well, I think that has been outdone by a humble man from Melbourne. His name is Herb Patten, a Koori elder affectionately known as “Uncle Herb”. He plays what I think could be the most unusual musical instrument in the world.
Yoga is believed to assist a person in becoming the absolute master of their existence and provides the practitioner with full control of their body. It has been described as a spiritual pursuit enlightening the expert through access to his/her knowledge of higher and lower self. This in turn leads the person to overcome mental, intellectual and bodily states of existence. This leaves the ego/id to experience a pure or divine condition.
Computers have the advantage over humans when digging through large amounts of data accurately and quickly because computers lack the intellectual ability to determine an object’s behaviour and patterns, intuiting outcomes and possibilities. They cannot learn or draw on past experiences have problems processing incomplete information. For this reason, ATL and other labs are looking into human brain computing.