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2023.06.09 14:26 Hot_Stick_1040 CVT transmission fluid question
Me again, the lady trying to buy a forester. Looking at a 2015 model which hit just the right price/age/quality points. We noticed that at about 30miles/hour it runs a little rough and after some dr googling that is likely the CVT fluid needing a change. It was fine at highway speeds. If the cvt fluid is overdue for a change what are the potential complications/implications?
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2023.06.09 14:26 szhamilton Question about Electrical Issues (2017, 4x4 LT Crew Cab) - What to tell mechanic
I drive a 2017 4x4 LT Crew Cab. I've had it for 5 years or so. About year or so into owning it (and exclusively during summer months), I'd have these very weird short circuits, primarily at low speeds and only when turning or backing into/pulling out of a parking space. The display would black out, the power steering would lock up, and the whole electrical system would hiccup for a moment before turning back on.
A few times when driving at highway speeds when I'd flip the blinker, the display would black out. Power steering wouldn't cut out (thankfully -- or, at least, I couldn't tell if the power steering cut out).
I took it into the dealer's service center (it was under an extended warranty at the time) and they couldn't replicate the problem (of course). This happened a couple of times. Fast forward a couple of years (May 2021) and the truck got particularly cantankerous on a longer trip. Managed to get there & back, and immediately dropped it off at different mechanic. They took a look, again couldn't replicate the problem, replaced the battery and tightened the battery point connections.
No problems from May 2021 to now (including a couple of longer trips in Summer 2022). We got a hot spell in April, and when waiting in car line to pick up my kids, there was a very brief hiccup in the electric, but it didn't repeat. A few weeks later, we took another long trip (this time with family in tow) on Memorial Day weekend, and when we were there, the truck got real pissy getting into/out of a parking lot. Didn't want to risk a longer trip with my wife & kids, so I rented a car, had the truck transported back to my house, and made an appointment with another mechanic. I've been driving the truck since we got back (10 or so days) and have had no issues with it at all.
I've seen a lot posts on forums about issues related to the ground connections, both in the wheel well and under the dash on the driver's side. I've also read that this is a problem that other drivers of Chevy/GMC trucks/truck-frame SUVs from about 2012-2019 have had. I've heard stories of the soundproofing getting in the way and causing shorts, of the connections getting jostled loose, of it just being poor design in these model years, and so on.
I'm reaching out to you all to see fi any of you have had similar issues with your Silverados, and if so, if you were able to identify the root cause and fix it (either temporarily, as happened in May 2021 when the mechanics merely "tightened the connections", or more permanently.)
I'm not confident that the mechanics will be able to replicate the problem (in fact, I'm sure that they won't; it typically only seems to happen when it's hot (it's not right now) and when the truck has been running for an hour or more. As such, I'd like to equip them with as much intel as I can.
Thanks in advance, Silveradoans!
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2023.06.09 13:53 SulahriaSabb Selling this, got from UK never opened. Seal packed
2023.06.09 13:38 Born-Recognition9298 Honda Dealership Experience
Is it normal for a Honda dealership to lie to you to get you to buy something? When I went in to have my 2015 Honda Civic serviced to have cvt transmission fluid changed, they told me that I also had an oil leak somewhere but would have to do some sort of leak dye test to isolate the root cause of it. Prior to taking in we have not noticed any obvious spots in driveway where car is parked of oil leakage and been checking the few days afterwards and the dipstick has been reading fine. Should I write to Honda corporate about this or just let it be?
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2023.06.09 09:35 Silver_Cup_6354 Transmission issue?
Sorry guys if this isn’t related to the group but I would appreciate any help you can offer.
2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Automatic CVT transmission 222,000kms
Engine running fine. No engine or transmission light visible.
No leaks anywhere or bad smells Oil, transmission fluid all levels in the car are fine and the fluid looks clean.
Car will shudder or change gears rough during the first three gear changes there is a bit of a clanking noise when breaking and when you put your foot slightly on the accelerator. Apart from this the car runs perfectly fine and recently serviced 4 months ago no issues found. It only started 4 days ago.
Taken to a transmission specialist who without even looking at it took it for a drive and based on the code provided jumped straight to the conclusion new gear box needed at a cost of $6,000-$7,000 but stated if the problem still wasn’t fixed after that to look at somewhere else for the problem. Based on this I think he’s unsure that replacing the gear box will solve the problem.
Can anyone point me into the direction of what may be causing this issue and if it is in fact a transmission problem.
Many thanks in advance!!
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2023.06.09 08:36 Autospoke321 Key Steps for a Successful Used Car Purchase
The demand for used cars is on the rise due to factors such as inflation, personal mobility preferences, and the soaring costs of new vehicles. Whether motivated by budget constraints or the desire to develop driving skills before investing in a brand-new model, buying a used car can offer excellent value for money. However, it is crucial to approach the process with caution and follow essential steps to ensure a wise investment. This article provides five key steps to help buyers make informed decisions and secure a good used car deal.
1: Exercise Patience and Avoid Hasty Decisions
When considering the purchase of a used car, it is essential not to rush into a decision. With a wide variety of models available in the market, it is easy to be swayed by visually appealing options. However, it is crucial to take the necessary time to thoroughly explore all available choices before making a final purchase. One must remember that appearances can be deceiving, and not everything that glitters is gold. Even if a car appears perfect on the surface, it is important to dig deeper and conduct a comprehensive assessment.
2: Assess the Car's Overall Condition
After narrowing down the options, it is crucial to carefully examine the overall condition of the selected used car. If one possesses technical knowledge about vehicles, they can perform the inspection themselves. Otherwise, seeking assistance from a trusted individual knowledgeable about cars is recommended. While a car may seem fine on the outside, a keen eye can identify potential cover-ups and determine its true value.
During the inspection, attention should be paid to details such as paint damage, signs of rusting, and any hidden flaws. The interior of the car should be thoroughly examined, focusing on the quality and functionality of the upholstery, music system, infotainment system, and seats. Additionally, the tires should be inspected for wear and tear, and the wheel alignment should be carefully assessed. Scrutinizing the engine for leaks, corrosion, and cracked tubes is crucial. Furthermore, checking the oil and transmission fluid using a dipstick is recommended.
3: Conduct Multiple Test Drives
Whether purchasing a new or used car, never finalize a deal without taking a test drive. A test drive allows buyers to evaluate the car's performance, functionality of various components, and its handling under different driving conditions. If satisfaction is not achieved with a single test drive, multiple drives should be taken. It is also advisable to have a trusted individual with automotive knowledge accompany the buyer or conduct a test drive on their behalf. Spending a considerable amount of time driving the car will unveil insights that the seller may not disclose.
4: Verify Maintenance RecordsM
Obtaining the maintenance records of the used car is essential to understand its history and any potential issues it may have encountered. Some car owners maintain meticulous records, keeping receipts and notes of servicing dates, while others may not be as organized. Regardless, it is crucial to review the maintenance history before making a purchase. This information provides insights into the car's past care and potential maintenance requirements.
5: Authenticate Registration Certificate and Review Other Documents
Before finalizing the deal, it is important to check the authenticity of the vehicle's registration certificate (RC). The RC contains crucial details such as the owner's name, engine number, and chassis number. Ensuring that the RC is original and not a duplicate (marked as DRC) is crucial. Discussing the DRC status with the seller and confirming the car's registration location is important. The buyer's name should appear on the vehicle's RC before completing the purchase.
Additionally, other important documents, such as the original purchase invoice, insurance papers, road tax receipts, and pollution certificate, should be reviewed. Paying attention to Form 35 and the No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the financing company, if applicable, is necessary. Any modifications to the engine's displacement or changes in the vehicle's color should be specified in the registration certificate as well.
Buying a used car can be a practical and cost-effective choice, but it requires careful consideration and attention to detail. By following these five key steps, buyers can ensure they make informed decisions and secure a good used car that meets their needs while providing value for their money.
It is important to resist the temptation of making hasty decisions and instead take the necessary time to explore different options and thoroughly inspect the overall condition of the car. Conducting multiple test drives will reveal valuable insights into the car's performance and functionality. Reviewing maintenance records will provide a clearer understanding of the car's history and potential maintenance issues.
Verifying the authenticity of the registration certificate and reviewing other important documents will protect buyers from potential legal or financial complications. Ensuring that all necessary paperwork is in order before finalizing the purchase is crucial.
By conducting thorough research and evaluation, buyers can make informed decisions and increase their chances of purchasing a reliable and well-maintained used car.
It is important to remember that purchasing a car is a significant investment, and obtaining the best value for one's hard-earned money should be a priority. With proper care and attention, buying a used car can be a rewarding experience, providing a reliable mode of transportation and long-term cost savings.
Also Read: Important Things to Know About Automatic Cars
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2023.06.09 08:00 ConfectionWest728 Lock doors while running?
Weird that such a new vehicle (2023) won’t allow you to lock the doors from the outside while the vehicle is running? Even the 2018 chevy Cruze I sold to buy my new Rav allowed this.
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2023.06.09 07:32 Carzbot Buying a Good Used Car: 5 Essential Steps
With rising inflation, increasing preference for personal mobility, and soaring costs of new cars, the demand for used cars is on the rise. Whether it's due to budget constraints or the desire to hone driving skills before investing in a brand-new model, buying a used car can offer excellent value for money. However, it's crucial for buyers to be cautious and follow essential steps to ensure they get the best possible deal for their hard-earned money. In this article, we will discuss five key steps to help you make an informed decision and ensure you are buying a good used car.
1: Don't Give a Quick Judgment
When buying a used car, it's essential not to rush into a decision. With numerous models available in the market, it's easy to be attracted to a visually appealing car. However, it's crucial to take your time and thoroughly explore your options before making a final purchase. Remember, appearances can be deceiving, and not everything that glitters is gold. Even if a car seems perfect on the surface, it's important to dig deeper and conduct a thorough assessment.
2: Check the Car's Overall Condition
Once you have narrowed down your options, it's crucial to examine the car's overall condition. If you have technical knowledge about cars, you can perform the inspection yourself. Otherwise, seek assistance from a trusted person who is knowledgeable about vehicles. While a car may appear fine on the outside, a skilled eye can identify any potential cover-ups and determine its true value.
During the inspection, pay close attention to details. Check for paint damage, signs of rusting, and any hidden flaws. Inside the cabin, thoroughly examine the quality and functionality of the upholstery, music system, infotainment system, and seats. Inspect the tires for wear and tear, and carefully assess the wheel alignment. Additionally, scrutinize the engine for leaks, corrosion, and cracked tubes. Use a dipstick to check the oil and transmission fluid.
3: Test Drive, Multiple Times if Needed
Never finalize a deal without taking a test drive, whether you're buying a new or used car. A test drive allows you to assess the car's performance, functionality of various components, and how it handles different driving conditions. If you're not satisfied with a single test drive, take multiple ones. Additionally, consider having a trusted individual with automotive knowledge accompany you or conduct a test drive on your behalf. Spending a considerable amount of time driving the car will reveal insights that the seller may not disclose.
4: Check Maintenance Records
Obtaining the maintenance records of the car is essential to understand its history and any issues it may have encountered. Some car owners meticulously maintain records, keeping receipts and notes of servicing dates. Others may not be as organized. Regardless, it is crucial for you to review the maintenance history before making a purchase. This information will give you insights into the car's past care and potential maintenance requirements.
5: Calculate the Mileage
Verify the Registration Certificate and Other Documents Always check the authenticity of the vehicle's registration certificate (RC) before finalizing the deal. The RC contains important details such as the owner's name, engine number, and chassis number. Ensure that the RC is original and not a duplicate (marked as DRC). Discuss the DRC status with the seller and confirm where the car was registered. Your name should appear on the vehicle's RC before completing the purchase.
Additionally, review other important documents such as the original purchase invoice, insurance papers, road tax receipts, and pollution certificate. Pay attention to the Form 35 and the No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the financing company if applicable. Any modifications to the engine's displacement or changes in the vehicle's color should be specified in the registration certificate as well.
Conclusion Buying a used car can be a practical and cost-effective choice, but it requires careful consideration and attention to detail. By following these five key steps, you can ensure that you are buying a good used car that meets your needs and provides value for your money.
Remember to resist the temptation to make a hasty decision. Take your time to explore different options and thoroughly inspect the car's overall condition. Conduct multiple test drives to assess its performance and functionality. Checking the maintenance records will give you insights into the car's history and potential maintenance issues. Also Read : The Importance of Calculating Your Car's Mileage: A Comprehensive Guide
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2023.06.09 06:44 Extension_Growth5966 How much risk is this switch
We have a 2011 Toyota Sienna with right at 150,000 miles. This thing has been Toyota reliable thus far. The wife would really like at some point to get something with leather interior, a backup cam, and some hands free capabilities.
Looking around I see that I could get one of: Chevy Suburban, GMC Yukon XL, Cadillac Escalade ESV, model years 2013-2014 with 130,000-150,000 miles for about 20k.
I know these full size GM SUVs are pretty reliable and the 2013-2014 models are some of the best out there due to being the end of a generation (and data supports these have less issues).
What am I looking at risk wise here? I mean the sienna will have similar to more miles than what I would be getting into. I would think the risks of suspension, engine, and transmission wear would be similar. Are there any particular weak spots on the GM full size SUVs? I know the engines are generally considered reliable for these two years.
Appreciate the thoughts!
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2023.06.09 05:48 daily-life-tools-1 How to Use a Flaring Tool: A Step-by-Step Guide 2023
Are you interested in how to use a flaring tool?
Look no further! The process is easy, and this step-by-step guide shows you how to do it.
Using a flare tool to make leak-free connections is easy for beginners and DIYers. So, let’s dive in and discover the secrets of this essential skill!
Table of Contents Importance of Flaring Tools:
Ensuring Leak-Free Connections Flaring tools are essential in plumbing and automotive work because they help create strong connections that don’t leak. These tools shape the end of pipes or tubing into a flare, allowing for secure and reliable joints. Using flaring tools
, you can ensure that your connections are solid and won’t cause any issues. Flaring tools are essential for leak-free connections and project integrity while working on plumbing or brake lines.
Common Applications for Flaring Tools
Flaring tools are extensively used in various applications in the automotive and plumbing industries. These versatile tools are designed to create secure and leak-free connections, making them essential for various projects. Here are some typical applications where flaring tools are frequently utilized:
Plumbing Systems: Plumbers need flare tools to connect copper pipes. Plumbers use them to make solid and leak-proof couplings. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration:
Flaring tools join air conditioning and refrigeration copper tubing. These connectors keep refrigerant flowing and avoid leaks that lower efficiency. Hydraulic Systems:
Hydraulic systems require precise and leak-proof flare tools. They flare steel or stainless steel tubing to create safe, secure couplings for high-pressure hydraulic fluids. Brake Line Connections:
Flaring tools are essential for automotive brake line applications. Flaring tools seal brake tube ends with two flares to resist braking system pressures. Fuel Lines and Oil Circuits: Flaring tools assure leak-free fuel lines and oil circuit connections for safety and efficiency. They help mechanics make joints tolerate fuel or oil flow without compromise. Natural Gas and Propane Systems:
Flaring tools install and maintain propane and natural gas systems. They secure copper and steel tubes for safe and efficient gas transport. Automotive Fluid Transfer: Flaring tools join the transmission cooler and power steering lines. These tools help mechanics make reliable connections that endure fluid circulation pressures.
Flaring tools allow specialists to make leak-free connections, assuring system safety, efficiency, and lifespan. Please use the right flaring tool correctly for the best results.
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2023.06.09 05:46 oopysetag 2011 Chevy Cruze
My mom's car doesn't pass emissions and I don't know jack all about cars lol, these were the errors on her emission failure sheet, can anyone let me know what I have to get repaired fixed and what would be the least financially ruining solution to said problems, thank you!
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2023.06.09 05:15 VforVendettaboutit 2015 Chevy Cruze Sub/Amp Kits?
So im trying to help a friend add a sub to his 2015 Chevy Cruze without a navigation system. Ive changed out speakers in car doors and tweeters in the frame but never a sub. I understand that its going to be more complicated than just a speaker swap and I'd love to get some kind of kit for a reasonable price but im not really sure what im looking for. Is there a target wattage for the sub/amp? Anyone bought a kit before and liked it? Thanks for any help
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2023.06.09 05:15 Diligent_Trick3881 F87 M2 N55 Transmission Temperature Warning
Anyone ever get a transmission temperature warning on their F or G series? I've run the car through ISTA and read the accompanying codes but am curious as to what course of action you guys took next?
Trans cooler? Trans fluid service? Ect....
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2023.06.09 04:59 GetRektJelly What could cause brake fluid to leak?
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2003 Chevy Tracker - Vehicle was low on brake fluid, filled it up. Then the rear left tire was soaked on fluid. I’m guessing it’s the brake fluid since the reservoir was on a low level. What do I do from here? Fill it back up and pump the pedal til it hardens again? Or do I have to take it to a shop? Trying to figure out if it’s a smaller issue that can be fixed before doing a bigger task. submitted by GetRektJelly to MechanicAdvice [link] [comments]
2023.06.09 04:59 collinray93 Weird AUX Input on Chevy Equinox
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My 2012 Chevy Equinox started automatically switching to the AUX input a few days ago. Nothing is plugged into the input and it is doing it on its own. Anyone know what I could do to fix it? TYIA submitted by collinray93 to Chevy [link] [comments]
2023.06.09 04:58 Spartan0330 Please help. Changed MAF and Air Filter
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Hey I could use some help here. I do most of my own work on my car. I have a 2016 Chevy Cruze and I can’t get this code to clear. I’ve checked for any vacuum leaks around the throttle body and there’s none. Is the next step the throttle body replacement? Just looking for some guidance here any help is welcome. submitted by Spartan0330 to AskAMechanic [link] [comments]
2023.06.09 04:27 TheBrain511 10th Gen Civic 1.5T vs 2.0
Looking around for a new car to replace my old 2007 chevy aveo. Currently looking at getting a honda civic ex or the sport models . The models would be used one ex model looking at is from 2017 while the sport is from 2019. both are under 80k miles and no accident according to car fax. Only a mechanic will actually be able to tell itf it legit but thought i would throw it out there.
I've done a bit of research honestly feel like the 2.0 just seems more reliable long term.
Background around me im an auditor for my state so I do travel alot for work I would say 20 to 34 miles give or take which some of the longer trips being an hour away.
Although i will be getting work at home privileges in October so my travel to the office which is 20 minutes away from my house would be reduced although it would depend on if i get the information i need electronically or not
Outside of that Im ahomebodyy honestly I pickup groceries, orthodontist, go out to bars with my friends on the weekends not alot though.
Been thinking of getting back into doordash as a side hustle but getting realtors license would be a better use of my time than waring my car down doing that
I live in Indiana so it can get extremely hot and extremely cold Im not in the hilly part of my state its pretty flat
With my current car do get my maintenance done regularly given the car isn't exactly economically friendly at all honestly just sucking me like a leech and with my job requiring travel a new car is necessary figured go with one of the most reliable brands out there
I plan on owning the car for the next 10 years hopefully or well until the wheels fall off. Dont plan on doing any mods no tunes only thing i would change out honestly would be the radio and installing a joying radio.
I've read that 1.5 have issues of oil dilution although it seems to have gotten better with 2019 and beyond and the AC system kinda ironic the ac system would be bad on a modern car but those are two basic issues ive seen where it caused people to sell their civics or pay thousands in repairs
I havent read to many issues with the transmission seems good on that front but if anyone has dealt with issues with transmission i would like to hear about it.
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2023.06.09 04:08 nightowl_i Copied from whatcarshouldibuy - Sellers can be CB too
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2023.06.09 04:04 cIoudgate How’s this transmission fluid looking? Is it damaged, or can I proceed with a transmission fluid change?
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If so, does anyone know how much I need to put back in?
2023.06.09 04:02 mohed2011 ATF
how much Automatic Transmission Fluid add to my 2011 Honda CR-V .
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2023.06.09 03:40 Adventurous-Ear9433 Why Mercury, mica, pyrite were found at Teotihuacan, 'local traditions of 'magician-Priest',Genetic Evidence for Founding Populations of Americas
Teotihuacan was built on a geodetic grid system (a power center) in perfect sacred geometrical alignment with the cosmos to harness the energy of earth and sky. To understand it, we must go back to the original truth of the purpose. advanced design of Teotihuacan suggests that ancient builders had knowledge, not only of architecture, but of complex mathematical and astronomical sciences. The term 'Teohuacan' was found inscribed halfway across the globe on monuments in China, the term means 'place of the sun'(*our translation is 'Place to tie up the sun)Mercury, Hermes was the great Messenger, which also speaks for the planets quick trips around the sun. An aerial view shocked many researchers, but following the traditions we know what every pyramid was used for. Circuit Board-Teohuatican
with two large processor chips— the Sun Pyramid and the Moon Pyramid. . One of the most interesting things about Teotihuacan is the finding by archaeologists of the extensive use of mica embedded in numerous structures. This mineral is found 3,000 miles away in Brazil and it is found in all buildings, housing complexes, temples and along the roads so basically this mineral is all over Teotihuacan.
The pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan contained considerable amounts of mica in layers up to 30 cm. Human use of mica dates back to prehistoric times. Mica was known to ancient Indian, Egyptian, Greek and Roman andChinese civilizations, as well as the Aztec civilization of the New World. The earliest use of mica has been found in cave paintings created during the Upper Paleolithic period (40,000 BC to 10,000 BC). The ancient civilizations & their inexplicable similarities are only shocking when one has disregarded our ancestors traditions as 'mythical ', which is a mistake made by academics only recently.
Mica is stable when exposed to electricity, light, moisture, and extreme temperatures. It has superior electrical properties as an insulator and as a dielectric, and can support an electrostatic field while dissipating minimal energy in the form of heat; it can be split very thin (0.025 to 0.125 millimeters or thinner) while maintaining its electrical properties, has a high dielectric breakdown, is thermally stable to 500 °C, and is resistant to corona discharge. Muscovite, the principal mica used by the electrical industry, is used in capacitors that are ideal for high frequency and radio frequency. Phlogopite mica remains stable at higher temperatures (to 900 °C) and is used in applications in which a combination of high-heat stability and electrical properties is required. Muscovite and phlogopite are used in sheet and ground forms.
The Maya Codex Vaticanus records faithfully the very ancient oral traditions of Central America. In one curious passage it states that “in the First Age, giants existed in that country(Mexico). "These 7 who escaped from a deluge , arrive in Cholula and there began to build a tower… in order that should a deluge come again he might escape to it.” Nahuatl language it’s named Tlachihualtepetl (‘artificial mountain’). Originally it was named Acholollan (‘water that falls in the place of flight’).
-Olmec(Xi)-had two different religious associations (gya-fa):the jaguar-man or humano-feline cult and the humano-bird cult. The humano-feline cult was called the nama-tigi by the Olmecs, while the humano-feline cult was called the kuno-tigi..Xoc Bas Birdman
)mural depicts a range of mountains covered in rolling clouds and mists, below a brilliant red sky dominated by the huge figure of Tláloc, the Maya/Aztec god of celestial waters. Falling from Tláloc's open hands are flaming droplets of celestial water, likely representing the high-resonance isotope of protium, that overtly reference the ignition of celestial water vapor to form HHO plasma. The differentiation of celestial waters from terrestrial waters through the infrasonic evaporation of water vapor corresponds to special modern water purification processes involving the separation of resonant lightwater (protium) from dissonant heavy waters deuterium & tritium
The plumed headdress of Tláloc is comprised of radiating feathers of green and red hues, representing the colors of auroral plasma. Three arching red plumes stand out from the other green plumes of the headdress, extending from either side of the central figure and from the foreheads (pineal glands) of the two smaller figures in profile, representing the three frequencies of sound that generate nonlinear standing waves. Rising above the giant central figure of Tláloc is a majestic twisting Tree of Life image, composed of intertwining plumes of yellow/green and pink/red aerial HHO plasma that appear identical to modern photographs of the plasma discharges of red sprites. Tláloc, God of Celestial Water, god of the vapor that rises, from the earth warmed by the sun after the rains, god of the mist that ascends from the valleys at dawn, god of the water that returns to its source in the clouds that swim over the highest peaks, god of the humid incense from which rise the copal prayers and the prayers of sacrifice Tláloc is the return of vapor that strains to rise, is the return of time that strains to remember. Tláloc, God of the Fight Against the Current, with whose aid the hero battles against the torrent toward his own origin and beginning, towards the wings of his soul, the wings that Tláloc hides in the hero's past The cycle of years is past - the waiting ended. Come - reunite, pilgrims, for the sky is in flames! From Xochicalco to Teotíhuacan the red spreads one step, another step, and another, only twelve short steps from the cave of the womb to the final conflagration
The red skies depicted in the Teotihuacan mural are also directly referenced in the Pyramid of Fire Codex, when it states that "the sky will be in flames" that will spread from one pyamid to another, as the worldwide netwrok of pyramids and sacred sites become activated to bath the area in the brilliant infrared and ultraviolet-A light of aerial HHO plasma plumes.ancient, unknown science designed to create energy directed up is excavating the tunnel.
-The geoposition of Teotihuacan pyramid complex (19.68°N 98.83°W), reveals a nonlinear (or Fibonacci-based) resonant alignment with respect to the Great Pyramid of Giza, being 7,684 miles away or 30.9% of the Earth's mean circumference (of 24,892 miles)..which is also observed in the Paracas petroglyphs.
The Sanskrit descendant cultures of Asia express the same essential interpretation given by the Maya culture of Central America; identifying the planet Mercury as ‘the fast runner’ that takes ‘quick flight’ around the sun, having a short orbital period of approximately 88 days. Among Nahuatl cultures, the art of running was crucial to the functioning of society, enabling the rapid conveyance of messages over long distance.
Mercury is the link (messenger) between the gods (higher principles) and humankind. In the ancient art of alchemy, such as in Hermeticism, Mercury, sulfur, and salt were the Earth's three principle substances that represent the trinity in creation. As sulphur is the symbol for the active principle, mercury is the symbol of the passive principle.The symbol of Mercury is the cosmic womb being incubated by the cross of the four elements of creation - earth, air, fire and water. Mercury is the messenger in Astrology as it is in mythology. It is the planet of day-to-day expression and communication. Mercury's action is to take things apart and put them back together again. It is an opportunistic planet, decidedly unemotional and curious. Mercury not only rules communication, it represents coordination. Thought processes, ideas, and sensory information from both unconscious and unconscious sources all need to be coordinated and understood.
Ive said before that the mercury was used to accomplish communication wth the Gods, The fluid metal element mercury was extolled as generating the luminosity of the blood of gods, for its threefold biophotonic extension of human longevity, whereby adepts of the alchemical arts were able to attain long lifespans. Mercury was closely associated with its extreme volatility, which must be carefully controlled to achieve positive results. Mercury was considered an ethereal element for its low boiling point of 357°C. When heated above this temperature, quicksilver will rapidly vaporize as toxic fumes inspiring an association with quick flight: ‘mercury has wings’.
A number of the Mesoamerican pyramids there are key components designed into their construction that act as magnifiers. These components appear to be important in the creation, magnification, and distribution of telluric fields.Pyramid & Scalar WavesEarly Irrigation of Teotihuacan Provenance od Limestone used in Teotihuacan Identification of Pyrite & Hematite
• Water, either moving naturally including rivers or cenotes (found at El Castillo at Chichen Itza) or by artificial canals or tunnels, similar to the Temple of Inscription found at Palenque.)
• Geo-magnetic fields. Naturally formed telluric fields that have high and low period throughout day and night.
• Pyramid design. The specific pyramid shape appears to greatly enhance the telluric fields that pulse up and into the center of the chamber.
• Pyramid interior fill. At a number of pyramids, rocks that are good electromagnetic conductors fill the interior of the pyramids and are used to enhance the pulsing field. Rocks that have veins with quartz, granite, and other electrical conducting properties appear to be favored. Characterization of lime carbonates in plasters from Teotihuacan, Mexico: preliminary results of cathodoluminescence and carbon isotope analyses
Dr Burke &Dr Brooker research determined that each location had been chosen because of its naturally occurring telluric energy field that pulsed up and into the structure or surrounding area. Also Burke and his research partner Kaj Halberg discovered electro-magnetic signatures that measured impressive charges on top of the pyramid. In a series of scans, the readings showed an average change of 908 volts over a short period of time, which was concentrated in the early morning hours. As ive stated in the past, this is the ideal time for sungazing. The pineal, contains magnetite & creates its own magnetic field. This was once a universal practice at Sacred sites, in 2009 until Nov 2012 The grand maya council held 52 full moon ritual of the new cycle where we visited sacred sites around the world and brought back these rituals. Burke mentions the readings and states, “These voltages might sound lethal and if it were a household current they could be. However, static electric charge in the air is a different type of electricity and even a thousand volts is not dangerous.” His discovery of pyramid field generation is fascinating, but what he actually uncovered was a means of generating and perhaps distributing electromagnetic energy within a pyramid complex. Which aligns with the term used for the ancient Egyptians, the Great PrNtr-house of Nature, or house of energy). Stanford edu-Native American & Polynesian population
The Genetic Evidence for 2 founding populations
has constantly confirmed our traditions, the idea of independent invention is absolute nonsense. Theres an overwhelming amount of evidence, "believe" is a term unfamiliar to Dogon culture & ive yet to see the point in such a thing. If preconceived biases have clouded the minds of the majority, and they ignore evidence thats their fault. The age of the Fourth Sun, the Age of the Black Headed People (Aztec), or the Age of Heroes (Inca). This is the era in which Quetzalcoatl appeared in Mexico -- tall of stature, bright of countenance, bearded, and wearing a long tunic. His staff, shaped like a serpent, was painted black, white, and red [reminiscent of American Indians' mythology of three races of Man]. The staff was inlaid with precious stones and adorned with six stars.
-Between the 14th and 16th centuries during the Aztec era, Quetzalcoatl was worshipped as the patron of priests, the inventor of books and the calendar, as well as the protector of goldsmiths and other craftsmen..Shamanism, was invented in west Africa & brought to the Mesoamerican civilizations. The Aztec oral traditions say that Quetzalcoatl
& his followers brought these beliefs ,and came from the East across the oceans. This is now corroborated by genetic, skeletal remains, artifacts, you name it. Quetzalcoatl was just a High Priest of Anu. The Gold tipped spears,or as Columbus calls it ' guanin 'to the Indians of Hispaniola. Samples of which sent back to Spain on a mail boat, and the proportion was found to be identical to what was being forged in African Guinea. Moche Reed Boat
The Xi(Olmec) were a mix of a Polynesian/Oceanic elite aristocratic people accompanied by priests of the Orisha(Yoruba)/Mende(MalinkeBambara)responsible for introducing the religious practices and astronomical worship of the Mother Goddess complex (Venus, the Dogon Sirius observation and the Venus worship of the Olmecs, the use of the ax in the worship of Shango among he Yoruba of West Africa and the use of the ax in Olmec worship as well as the prominence of the thunder God later known as Tlalock among the Aztecs).It was R1b-V88(Yoruba) that were known as magicians to the Mayans & local Aymara over in Bolivia because of their knowledge of acoustics, which they have preserved from the Nile Valley (Anu colleges of Heliopolis).
Again, we see Toward the end of the Fourth Sun, wars between the gods were taking place. [The Battle of the Titans?] The gods' war brought havoc to the land; wild animals overran mankind, and Tollan was abandoned. The fourth Sun had begun 5,042 years before the time of the Codex Vaticano-Latino 3738 (1533). The time the Fourth Sun ended is not stated, but the Codex was written during the Fifth Sun. The Fourth Sun may have perished by means of the Jaguar. The Fifth Sun is referred to as the Age of Kings by the Incas.
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