Look out, Hulk Hogan!
World Wrestling Entertainment Hall of Famer The Ultimate Warrior died Tuesday night after collapsing at a hotel in Arizona. He was 54 years old.
Back when the WWE was still the WWF, The Ultimate Warrior was part…
left is summer looks and right is “let me show u why i don’t “comb every morning” white ho”
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Sacred Geometry is known as the architecture of the universe. Found throughout the natural world, it is all around us as an aspect of the true matrix. Sacred Geometry has a unique appeal to both left and right brain ways of thinking simultaneously. It satisfies the left brain desire for the logical, sequential and objective data or “looking at the parts.” It also satisfies the right brain desire for random, intuitive and subjective data, the “study of the whole.”
…The Dodecagon (12 sided polygon) pictured on this page is achieved when the arms of the six-pointed star in the center intersect the outer rims of the six circles. A perfect division of space into twelve parts is formed.
This geometrical form is also known as a sub-grid that yields many beautiful patterns. Representing the known and the unknown in the cosmos. This grid calls to mind infinity, the omnipresent, the beautiful structure of nature and promise of creativity. You might find it intriguing that this dodecagon is also made from six squares and six equilateral triangles fitted around a hexagon. While our eye is unable to see the fourth dimension, viewing the different shapes moving in and out within this polygon taking on 2 and 3 dimensional forms is very pleasing and fun.
Turn your gaze to the stars tonight for an eerie and spectacular view of the “blood moon.” At 12:53 a.m. ET, the Earth will begin to position itself between the sun and the moon for the first of a series of four total eclipses to conclude in September 2015.
The phenomenon is known as a tetrad, in which the moon is completely covered by the earth’s umbral shadow for four eclipses in a row, as opposed to only partial eclipses that fall in the outer penumbra. But rather than succumbing to complete darkness, the moon will glow red as it receives the refracted light that spills over the Earth’s circumference.
The series is a rare occurrence in history, with large spans of time, such as the 300 years between 1600 and 1900, witnessing none.
“Frequency sort of goes through 585-year cycles, So you go through centuries where you don’t have any, and centuries where you have a number of them.”