What the human eye doesn’t see

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    orchunter

    Get away from the city a good bit and you will see that, and it is a pretty sight.

    outofocus

    orchunter: You will see more but you won’t see that.

    Paul_Is_Drunk

    You can kind of see that, but not really. It’s still a lot more amazing away from light pollution. Makes you wonder why more religions from the past never really addressed the stars.

    sylvanish

    Paul_Is_Drunk: I think it is more the religions of the -present- that never really address the stars. The religions of the -past- as in those more than 2000 years old, most definitely addressed the stars and were very largely, if not entirely, based around the celestial movements and patterns of our diamond dusted velvet canopy.

    That and the weather, animals, war and the Sun. and aliens. and time travelers. and dragonosaurs. and Joodles.

    MonkeyHitman

    sylvanish:

    and dragonosaurs. and Joodles.

    MonkeyHitman

    fuck forgot to add my comment. lol.
    Comment: Pure Win!

    Paul_Is_Drunk

    sylvanish: True. I guess Pollux and Castor would be a good example.

    Kurtt

    If you watch the Zeitgeist movie, you’ll see how many older religions were influenced by astronomy/astrology… and where Christianity borrowed from them all.

    MonkeyHitman

    Kurtt: did you like zeitgeist? whats your take on the part of we are entering the era of Aquarius the end of the world etc.

    TGGeko

    @ColombianMonkey: My take is that we have 150 years to go. And that the world won’t just end.

    MonkeyHitman

    TGGeko: yea they said the world is not going to end but rather another aeon. something like that.

    DarkDsurion

    sylvanish:

    and Joodles.

    Tell me more…

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