Margaret Alice Second

Gold Star - 16,421 Points (24 January 1961 / South Africa)

Violent And Terrifying [rev.] - Poem by Margaret Alice Second

Plasma scientists can see Electrical Discharge
Formations in Rock Art Images as confirmation
that Ancient People had certainly viewed these
immense Plasma Configurations in the sky

Evolution-of-Unstable-Configurations Studies
in High-Energy Electrical Discharges reveals
a link between Plasma Science & how things
were most likely seen in those ancient skies:

Discharge Formations found in 25,000 rock art
images such as the “Squatter Man” Petroglyph
Pattern, a reproduction of plasma phenomena
as it was seen high in the sky - in space -

The squatter-man is a doughnut torus around a
single discharge column bent by magnetic fields
induced by intense current flows; an observer
sees upper edges forming ‘arms’ while lower

Edges are ‘legs’, ’hourglass’ look-alike patterns
or ‘champagne glass’ forms from interruption in
downward curvature or bending outward as a
“squashed bell” - proof that a few thousand

Years ago the heavens above flamed with such
electrical activity - this knowledge changes our
cultural understanding of our roots; wondering
how events like these affected world mythology

& early religion - in connection to the evolution
of Mythical Archetypes - Rock artists recorded &
myth-makers interpreted these Electrical Events
in the sky - Plasma Discharges were pondered,

Studied & interpreted to create legends based on
Majestic Celestial Beauty & the Heaven’s Violent &
Terrifying Plasma Image Formations, making the
awed Ancients tremble & revere simultaneously

Topic(s) of this poem: science

Poet's Notes about The Poem

A repetition of the information in 'Chaos and Terror REV.' and 'Chaos-Thunderbolt' because the new discoveries are so amazing I want to drill all into my mind - with apologies to the reader.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 16, 2015

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