Planetary Alignment Sun-Earth-Mercury-Uranus Earthquake Watch March 21-22, 2012 « Paranormal UFO Ghost Stories Dreams Remote Viewing Visions Planetary Alignment Sun-Earth-Mercury-Uranus Earthquake Watch March 21-22, 2012 Planetary Alignment Sun-Earth-Mercury-Uranus will cause earthquakes march 21 22 in 2012 the idea girl says just found this out as well.. my my 3 asteroids, earth’s axis shifting, the solar flares and sun spots and now planetary alignment busy year for mother nature! This is a Planetary Alignment Earthquake watch video, program used in this Heliocentric visual representation is Simsolarv2.0 and solar system scope. One very strong alignments involving (Sun-Earth-Mercury-Uranus) as well as significant astrological aspects involving the moon which may represent a possible 8.0 Magnitude earthquake on one of these days. Lunar modulation indicates the pacific island region could be the area that receives this event. Results will be annotated as the end of this video Astrologer Contact Information Alandra – Alandra@iinet.net.au Phillippa – firstname.lastname@example.org Solar System Scope Website
The Sugarloaf Mountain Cable Car, Rio de Janeiro May 31, 2011 Photograph by -GSLR- Sugarloaf Mountain (in Portuguese, Pão de Açúcar), is a peak situated in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, at the mouth of Guanabara Bay on a peninsula that sticks out into the Atlantic Ocean. Rising 396 metres (1,299 ft) above the harbor, its name is said to refer to its resemblance to the traditional shape of concentrated refined loaf sugar. The mountain is only one of several monolithic morros of granite and quartz that rise straight from the water’s edge around Rio de Janeiro. A glass-paneled cable car (in popular Portuguese, bondinho – more properly called teleférico), capable of holding 65 passengers, runs along a 1400-metre route between the peaks of Pão de Açúcar and Cara de Cão every 20 minutes. To reach the summit, passengers take two cable cars. Camera: Nikon D3100 Focal Length: 16 mm Shutter Speed: 1/200 sec. via -GSLR- on 500px.com
6 Ancient Sports Too Awesome For the Modern World While the Ancient Greeks are often credited with inventing Western Civilization, they were also responsible for a brutal sport called Pankration, which was basically the first mixed-martial art and was totally not gay. As you can see, there is absolutely nothing gay about Pankration. The "Game" Pankration was a lot like modern MMA, except there were no rules, no rounds, no rests and--in an interesting twist on Mortal Kombat--killing your opponent resulted in an instant loss. Congratulations on the victory, Jax. How is that "Insane"? The idea was to get as close as you could to killing a guy without actually killing him, using an arsenal of strikes, takedowns, grapples, chokeholds, hyperextensions and movies starring Nia Vardalos. However, if the person you were fighting died, it meant he had bigger balls than you because he refused to quit. "Wait, what are you... The Fisherman's Joust Well, for several reasons... These guys aren't even jousting. Also, there's blood.
Amazing Places To Experience Around The Globe (Part 2) Tian Tan Buddha on Lantau Island, Hong Kong Fernando De Noronha - Brazil Spirit Island, Magligne Lake, Alberta, Canada Rice Field Terraces in Yunnan, China Bern, Switzerland Coron Palawan, Philippines Rocky Village, Vernazza, Italy Porto Katsiki, Lefkada Island, Greece Lower Lewis River Falls - Gifford Pinchot National Forest - Washington, USA Pangong Tso Lake in the Himalayas Golden Eye Hotel - St. Golden Horn, Brac Island - Croatia Soneva Fushi, Maldives Alentejo, Portugal Etretat, Normandy, France The Pearl Waterfall, Jiuzhaigou Valley, China Norway Awa’awapuhi Trail Kauai, Hawaii Santa Domenica nel Salento Amazing Places To Experience Around The Globe (Part 1 - click here) Discovered a place we should include in Part 3 of Amazing Places?
The Khemit School of Ancient Mysticism The High Line: New York’s Park in the Sky [25 pics] Photograph by Joel Sternfield The High Line is a public park built on a 1.45-mile-long (2.3 km) elevated rail structure running from Gansevoort Street to West 34th Street on Manhattan’s West Side. Previously, the High Line was a freight rail line, in operation from 1934 to 1980. It carried meat to the meatpacking district, agricultural goods to the factories and warehouses of the industrial West Side, and mail to the Post Office. The area has recently been taken over by the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation where a non-profit organization ‘Friends of the High Line’ builds and maintains this incredible public space. Details on the park along with a brief history and construction overview can be found below amongst the stunning gallery of photographs of this incredible space. Photograph by SPECIALKRB Photograph by LENNY SPIRO The High Line was built in the 1930s, as part of a massive public-private infrastructure project called the West Side Improvement. Photograph via thehighline.org
Family tree of the Greek gods Amazing Places To Experience Around the Globe (Part 3) Devetashkata Cave - Bulgaria Ben Bulben at County Sligo, Ireland Shark Island - Sydney Baatara Gorge Waterfall, Tannourine - Lebanon Abel Tasman National Park - New Zealand Myrtos Beach, Kefalonia - Greece Sichuan - China In The Gardens of Prague Castle Neist Point, Isle of Skye - Scotland Aiguill e du midi, Chamonix, France The Hamilton Pool Nature Preserve in Texas, USA 4 Hands - Etretat, France Río Tampaón in San Luis Potosí -México Madeira, Portugal Six Senses Evason Ma’In Hot Springs, Jordan Méandre - En-Vau - Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône) More Amazing Places To Experience Around The Globe (Part 1 - click here) More Amazing Places to Experience Around The Globe (Part 2 - click here ) Discovered a place we should include in Part 4 of Amazing Places? We'll be publishing Amazing Places as a book in late 2012
The Atlantic Paranormal Society Stunning Street in Porto Alegre, Brazil is Blanketed in Trees Feb 10, 2012 In Porto Alegre, Brazil, there is a beautiful street called Rua Goncalo de Carvalho that is completely blanketed in trees. Over a span of 500 meters (0.3 miles), the sidewalks are lined with more than one hundred Rosewood trees. Since then they have grown to towering heights, covering the entire street in a sea of green. Sources - Rua de Porto Alegre ganha fama de ‘mais bonita do mundo’ - Rua mais bonita do mundo - Amigos da Rua Concalo de Carvalho - Arrobazona - First spotted on TreeHugger If you enjoyed this post, the Sifter highly recommends: