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    the history of allman kind and lifeforms dna names events are encoded
    in the arabic zodiac.why?


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    guschelbauerjohann@gmail.com wrote:

    During the middle ages, the astronomical knowledge was preserved by
    the Arab cultures.

    Thousands of years ago and up until this last century, people
    had a thorough knowledge of the night sky and its motions. This
    is very clear from the many astronomical references in ancient
    literature, whether it be the Chinese lyric poets or the
    classical Greek and Roman writers.

    For Dante, astronomy was central to his whole vision of the
    world. The writings of Shakespeare and his contemporaries are
    full of astronomical allusions.

    But it is much more unusual to find astronomical references in
    modern writing.

    No part of our environment is so rich as an archive of other
    intelligences, as the night sky. The night is a repository of
    human cultural history. The names of the stars are entries in a
    family album that show us what we have been and what we have
    become.


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    On 28 jul 2007 wrote in sci.astro.amateur:


    Should I panic? If so, when?

    Do you think using a telescope for stargazing is still safe? If so, what
    filter do you advice?

    If not, can I still watch stars outside the zodiac safely?

    Can I still name my dog after a zodiac star, provided I had a dog? Like
    Pollux, or Castor? Or should I wear protective tin foil when doing so?

    --
    CeeBee

    *** entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem ***

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    "Sam Wormley" <swormley1@mchsi.com> wrote in message
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    Because the cosmos has become disenchanted during the past 400 years and
    is nothing more than a pointless jumble of matter and energy.



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    On Jul 27, 5:28 pm, guschelbauerjoh...@gmail.com wrote:

    Allman kind?

    Hmm....

    I guess I like "Live at the Fillmore East" and "Idlewild South"
    best...but there's always "Eat a Peach," too. Hope that helped,
    Skeezix.

    ;-)

    Unk Rod


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    "RMOLLISE" <rmollise@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:1185714765.682933.215840@g4g2000hsf.googlegro ups.com...

    LOL



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    On Fri, 27 Jul 2007 22:28:04 -0000, guschelbauerjohann@gmail.com wrote,
    in part:


    I think we're property.

    John Savard
    http://www.quadibloc.com/index.html

 

 

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