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mentalalchemy:

Hey all,
Here are some of the Platonic Solids, Merkaba, Sacred Geometry, Skull, and Generator sets I have for sale.
None of the prices exceed over $35 total. 
I accept Paypal and Visa!

For the chakra sets, each stone corresponds to each chakra….
to know which stones or the size, etc… simply shoot me a message for the details.

Thank you!
-Alex Fitch / MentalAlchemy

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ladyjfemme:

Do you speak the love language?

ladyjfemme:

Do you speak the love language?

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forgifen:

Numerology Negative

forgifen:

Numerology Negative

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futurejournalismproject:

Earth at Night

Blake posted a video earlier showing NASA’s new Earth photos created with infrared imaging technology. I can’t stop looking at them though. 

Here’s the basic set (including a 54000x27000 GeoTIFF version of the top image — let’s make posters), and here’s a fascinating look at the Nile. And over here is an interactive map where you can explore the entire globe.

Image background from the Earth Observatory:

A handful of scientists have observed earthly night lights over the past four decades with military satellites and astronaut photography. But in 2012, the view became significantly clearer. The Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership (NPP) satellite — launched in October 2011 by NASA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the Department of Defense — carries a low-light sensor that can distinguish night lights with six times better spatial resolution and 250 times better resolution of lighting levels (dynamic range) than before. Also, because Suomi NPP is a civilian science satellite, data is available to scientists within minutes to hours of acquisition.

The Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) on Suomi NPP can observe dim light down to the scale of an isolated highway lamp or fishing boat. It can even detect faint, nocturnal atmospheric light — known as airglow — and observe clouds lit by it. Through the use of its “day-night band,” VIIRS can make the first quantitative measurements of light emissions and reflections, distinguishing the intensity and the sources of night light. The sum of these measurements gives us a global view of the human footprint on the Earth.

Stunning — Michael.

Images: City Lights, via Nasa Earth Observatory. Select to embiggen.

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theantidote:

“When we feel love and kindness toward others,
it not only makes others feel loved and cared for, 
but it helps us also to develop inner happiness and peace”
— Dalai Lama
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theantidote:

When we feel love and kindness toward others,

it not only makes others feel loved and cared for,

but it helps us also to develop inner happiness and peace

— Dalai Lama

(via wakeupandbefree:)

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