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- Working With Chakras
- The Major Chakras The major chakras are situated at: MASTER: Base chakra (base of spine, between anus and genitals) Spleen chakra (slightly below the belly button) Solar Plexus chakra (1 hand-span above the belly button) MASTER: Heart chakra (center of the...
Body Mysteries >> Chakras
- History of the Egyptian Religion, part IV: New Kingdom
- New Kingdom (ca 1580 -1085 bc.) The Hyksos people The so called 'Hyksos' invasion, which was most likely composed of several small groups of different people infiltrating the delta during the 13th Dynasty, meant the end of the Middle Kingdom. The Hyksos...
Religions >> Egyptian
- Welcome to Tyr’s Aett, the third and final aett (group of eight) of the Elder Futhark. Tiwaz is the name of this aett’s first rune in reconstructed Common Germanic. Its name became first Teiws in Gothic, then later Tiw or Tiu in Anglo-Saxon and Tyr in Old...
Divination >> Rune Stones
- Readings are Like Roadmaps
- (Explaining to the querent) "Before we get started I'd like to explain what it is I do. I'll be using my Tarot cards & my psychic abilities to tune into you. I will be focusing primarily on the next 30 days of your life -(using 12 house Astrology spread)-...
Divination >> Tarot Cards
- A Tarot Quiz
- The Quiz How many cards are in a standard Tarot deck? How many cards are in the Major Arcana? Name the 4 suits in a standard Tarot deck and what elements they correspond with. Which card is said to journey through the Tarot? What is the Tarot's connection to...
Divination >> Tarot Cards
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- Objects in Canis Major and Canis Minor - Sky & Telescope
- Objects in Canis Major and Canis Minor. Object Type Mag(v) Size/Sep RA Dec. ADS 6366 Group Possible cluster 7.
- Star Cards, Page 1
- Canis Minor, Small Dog. 11 light-years yellow-white. 6,600 K.
- Lepus, Canis Major, & Canis Minor - Pillar of Enoch Ministry
- Decans of Gemini - Lepus, Canis Major, & Canis Minor: 1st Decan of Gemini: LEPUS, the Hare: The word “Lepus” can also mean “The Rabbit,” or “The. Enemy .
- January to March Checklist - Lafayette Science Museum
- Unaided Eye Astronomy. Constellations & Asterisms. Observation.
- Educator's Guide - Spitz, Inc.
- Ursa Major (the Big Dipper), Ursa Minor (the Little Dipper), Cassiopeia, .... Canis Minor and Canis Major are the two hunting dogs of Orion, following at his heels.
Suggested News Resources
- Whole genome sequencing identifies a novel species of the genus Capnocytophaga
- In addition, a candidate novel species, “C. canis”, was recently identified in the oral flora of healthy dogs. Except “C.
- NGC 2346: A Cosmic Butterfly Plays Peekaboo
- With the Moon absent from the sky this coming week and the nebula well placed in Monoceros near the bright star Procyon in Canis Minor, I encourage you to drop by for a look.
- Sky Watch: The difference between constellations, asterisms
- There's Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion, the hunter; Procyon, in Canis Minor, the little dog; and Sirius in Canis Major, the big dog. In fact, Sirius, at the bottom of the triangle, is the brightest star in the night sky.
Suggested Web Resources
- Canis Minor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Though strongly associated with the Classical Greek uranographic tradition, Canis Minor originates from ancient Mesopotamia. Procyon and Gomeisa were ...
- Canis Minor
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- Star Tales – Canis Minor - Ian Ridpath
- This constellation originally consisted of just its brightest star Procyon (Προκύων or Prokyon in Greek), a name that means 'before the dog' or 'foredog'.
- Canis Minor: Facts, Myth, Star Map, Major Stars, Deep Sky Objects
- Canis Minor is a constellation in the northern sky. Its name means “the smaller dog” or “lesser dog” in Latin. The constellation represents one of the dogs ...
- Canis Minor
- Abbreviation: CMi; Genitive: Canis Minoris; Translation: The Lesser Dog; Peoria Astronomical Society Canis Minor Page · Interactive star chart (Java applet) ...
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