Wind Glyph

May 25, 2013 to March 31, 2014

Area: Australia, New Zealand, Oceania islands (Fiji, Samoa, Vanuatu, Papua, etc.), and Indonesia

Tectonic boundaries of the Indo-Australian and Pacific plates in the Wind domain are volatile with continuous earthquake and volcanic activity. New islands are rising and older lands submerging. The Indo-Australian tectonic plate fractured with an 8.6 magnitude earthquake on April 11, 2012, in an area of volcanic cones that went extinct 45 millions years ago. The sea floor near Bali south of Christmas Island rose 832 feet in 24 hours on October 16, 2012, and by July 8, 2013 the sea floor had risen another 1,000 feet. The rise is steady and slow enough that it is not causing sudden displacements of water, or tsunamis.

Volcanic activity in New Zealand and the Kermadec area south of Wind as well as the Philippines, Taiwan and Japan in the north will be active throughout 2013. The highest concentration of activity in the Mexico, Argentina, Indonesia triangle is in the Wind domain, where Papua New Guinea has been sinking for decades.

The area includes the Indian Ocean where early phases of Mu were emerged as well as the western Pacific Rim. United Nations Early Man sites where tool making was in progress 800,000 years ago are within the Wind domain. As the earliest area of Mu in the Indian Ocean sank circa 18 to 20 million years ago, Indonesia rose and remnants of Mu settled there. The tau "T" emblem for Mu symbolizes the domain for the Wind glyph. United Nations Early Man sites where tool making was in progress 800,000 years ago are within this domain. It is identified with Mu III on the TimeStar Earth grid.

As more ancient islands of Mu in the Indian and Pacific Oceans are rising in cyclic order, other areas in the Wind glyph are sinking. Australia was anciently much larger than at present, with New Zealand attached to it. New Zealand is presently unstable with high volcanic activity and earthquakes.

Metaphysically, vibration of Wind's intersecting lines are the sound of Aum. It represents separation from the limitless universal into individuality in the superconscious. The crossing of horizontal and vertical forces in "T" are the first delimiter of form created by decision. Modern humanity's early decision-forming capabilities developed in this area through a succession of species that long ago disappeared. The species Homo floresiensis of the Homo genus was discovered on Flores island in 2003.