Ursi's Eso Garden
Your Competent Esoteric Guide
Wednesday, 20. December 2006
It has been ten years since Carl Sagan passed away; it's been twenty six years since 'Cosmos' was first broadcast.
Today, a handful of Hubble Space Telescope images are starting to equal some of the most amazing views provided by Dr. Sagan's "Spaceship of the Imagination". This video examines one of those views, looking at a photo released by NASA in January of 2006...
This video is a message of remembrance, as well as a tribute to all who give their all to ensure our view of the Cosmos continues to improve with each generation.
"We are a way for the Cosmos to know itself." -- Carl Sagan
You have arrived at the gateway to the Carl Sagan sites. Our mission is to awaken the broadest possible public to the wonders of nature as revealed by science.
The Carl Sagan Portal
Official page with articles, including the Baloney Detection Kit.
Nazca: Linien und Geoglyphen - Nazca: Lines and Geoglyphs
Verein Dr. Maria Reiche - Linien und Figuren der Nazca-Kultur in Peru
They are one of the greatest mysteries of the world – the famous soil drawings in the south of Peru. The Dresden-born scientist Maria Reiche tried to disclose the secret around the creation and meaning of the geoglyphs. Her theory, which says that it is a huge astronomical calendar installation, isn’t proved until today.
Association Dr. Maria Reiche - The Lines and Geoglyphs at the Pampa of Nazca/Peru (English version)
Die Erdzeichen von Peru - Zeugnisse einer prähistorischen Luftfahrt?
Eine Hypothese von August Steimann, Würzburg. (German version)
The soil drawings in Peru - evidence for a prehistoric aviation?
A hypothesis by August Steimann, Würzburg. (English version)
1,300 kilometres of lines, 300 geometric figures and about 50 biomorphic drawings are etched onto the Peruvian desert ... Runway for alien spaceships? That's just one of the fanciful theories on the purpose of the Nazca lines ...
Nazca Lines by Discovery Channel. (English)
Looking at the geoglyphs of the Nasca the following questions are posed: How where they produced? Who made them? Why were they laid down in the pampa?
Geoglyphen by the Schülermuseum smart-art (English version)
He's an Orthodox Jew and also a reggae singer. If some of his songs sound like prayers, you're not far off. Yep, Matisyahu exploring his spirituality through reggae. Very special.
Matisyahu - King Without Crown (3:44)
Matisyahu - Rastaman Chant - Live in Paris (5:10)
Category: Music & Voices |
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