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Astronomy

Ancient Amnesia Podcast Quick Clip Show : Cave Art and the Cosmos

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Comets, Holloween and the Day of the Dead

Comets, Holloween and the Day of the Dead The end of October and early November have always been dense with symbolical significance in quite a surprising number of traditions inherited from former times. We in the modern western world have seen a revival in the observance and celebration of Halloween, originating from a Celtic festival […]

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Ancient Amnesia Podcast Quick Clip Show : Ancient Cave Art and the Cosmos

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Ancient Amnesia Podcast Quick Clip Show : The Day The Earth Burned and All Was Lost

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The Cartwheel Galaxy

The Cartwheel Galaxy is a lenticular galaxy and ring galaxy located in the southern constellation Sculptor. The galaxy lies at an approximate distance of 496 million light years from Earth. It is about 150,000 light years across in size, which makes it slightly larger than the Milky Way. The galaxy’s unusual appearance resembles that of […]

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The Winter Solstice and Christmas Mysteries

The roots of Astrotheology date back to the times of Atlantis, and were once used as an allegorical Science for Self Discovery. This became the basis for Alchemy, Kabbalah, Astrology, Religion and the Ancient Mystery schools. Later it was used to manipulate the masses, by hiding knowledge of consciousness from the people; known today as […]

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The Tzolkin Calender

The Tzolkin, meaning “the distribution of the days,” is also called the Divine Calendar and the Sacred Round. It is a 260-day calendar with 20 periods of 13 days, and it is used to determine the time of religious and ceremonial events. The days in each period are numbered from one to 13. Each day […]

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The Milky Ways Galactic Structure

It’s a fairly typical large spiral system. This structure can be viewed as consisting of six separate parts: a nucleus, a central bulge, a disk (both a thin and a thick disk), spiral arms, a spherical component, and a massive halo. Some of these components blend into each other. The Fermi Large Area Telescope first […]

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Ancient World Maps

Cartography is an integral part of human history since more than 8000 years. From cave paintings to ancient maps of the Old World, through the Age of Exploration, and on into the 21st century, people have made and used maps. This is a collection of historical world maps describing the known world in their time […]

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