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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

A cosmic search for a missing arm… This image shows a dwarf galaxy, located about 30 million light-years away in the constellation of Canes Venatici (The Hunting Dogs). Taken by the Hubble Space Telescope ( ), the picture reveals the single major spiral arm of the galaxy, which gives it an asymmetric appearance. But why is there only one such spiral arm, when spiral galaxies normally have at least two? Observations in the ultraviolet provided the first hint: in ultraviolet light the disk of the galaxy appears four times larger than on the image depicted here. An indication that there are a large number of very young and hot stars forming in the outer regions of the galaxy – only visible in the ultraviolet. At first, astronomers assumed that this high star formation rate was being triggered by the interaction with another, nearby dwarf galaxy. They speculated this galactic neighbor may be the culprit, causing it to lose all but one spiral arm. In 2004 astronomers found proof for this claim. The gas in the outermost regions of the neighboring dwarf galaxy has been strongly affected by the galaxy in this image. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 16, 2017

Looking down from the 2nd floor to the basement. Center 6-1/2” turned support columns are stacked with outside curved stringers in place. These open rise spirals are getting 1-3/4” solid red oak treads. Job location: Barrie, ON.

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 17, 2017

Making progress on this mandala 🌿💭🖋

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 17, 2017

The spiral, representing ever expanding consciousness 🐚🌲💚

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 17, 2017

The 24 Fibonacci digital root numbers when placed around a circle, visibly generate the form of the 5 Platonic solids. Vortex math is creating all there is. This is the secret of morphogenesis... It's been called "the music of the spheres", the knowledge that connects all things... --- The Flower of Life is the mathematical matrix of the morphogenic electromagnetic fields of space. This field vibrates certain patterns of frequencies to create specific geometrical shapes. The Fibonacci Sequence is the ratio of this morphic field of space. The Golden Ratio exists in the morphic electromagnetic field of space and matter, and its Spiral dynamics are responsible for Fractality seen in nature, being the cause of the law of least effort or energy efficiency. --- Electromagnetism, Fractality and Golden Ratio are physical proofs of the Law of Correspondence. Space has a geometric electromagnetic field grid that acts like a universal force that binds, harmonizes, shapes and transforms the whole universe, in all scales, from subatomic to astronomical. Is there such a universal pattern or language? Let's find out. The acients knew this, and kept it as the secret of the secrets. "Sacred Geometry", which can be learned by studying the Quadrivium (Arithmetic, Geometry, Music and Cosmology) encodes the sciences of Universal Flow Dynamics, Universal Harmony, Universal Cycles, Universal Music, Universal Forms, Universal Fractality, Universal Electromagnetism, Universal Vibration, Universal Rhythm, Universal Polarity, Universal Cause and Effect, Universal Generation, Universal Consciousness... It's the Language of Space itself, known to the acient ones as Ether, Akasha, The Flower of Life...

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 17, 2017

❤️ the perspective! Repost from Looking down from the 2nd floor to the basement. Center 6-1/2” turned support columns are stacked with outside curved stringers in place. These open rise spirals are getting 1-3/4” solid red oak treads. Job location: Barrie, ON.

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Construction of a form inside a mass proposes perfect harmony with its surroundings and islands‘ atmosphere .

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Crayon Fibonacci🐌💗🐌 fibonacci tattoo tattoo tattoo s s edgirl ed edup edupgirl

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

ねぇーねぇー!! これシャルドネだよね?😆 * *

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Spiraling out and in. Oh the mathmecial wonders of the natural world! Not available for skin but would always be down for something similar.

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Heated roller set and wand party hair dressing style

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

I had heard a lot about Crane beach and seen beautiful photos. So I was very eager to get to the beach one sunny summer morning. I knew it was the most popular beach in the area. So I was surprised to see that we were the only ones trekking up these beautiful wooden stairs. Had we lucked out and arrived on a slow day? Or was everyone already there and the beach filled to the brim? . . . . graphy s ized staircase stairs s s s friday s_fireescapes_etc andstairs

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Cosmic Light messengers riding stars from unknown complexity sectors. Spirits fly free among waves of Cosmic energy for love mission. Silent actions will now ignite biological shift towards the Age of Light* in Earth. ⚛☮☯∆ Respect Love and redefine your cells biophotonic vibrational receptors. OR* from - "A cosmic search for a missing arm… This image shows a dwarf galaxy, located about 30 million light-years away in the constellation of Canes Venatici (The Hunting Dogs). Taken by the Hubble Space Telescope ( ), the picture reveals the single major spiral arm of the galaxy, which gives it an asymmetric appearance. But why is there only one such spiral arm, when spiral galaxies normally have at least two? Observations in the ultraviolet provided the first hint: in ultraviolet light the disk of the galaxy appears four times larger than on the image depicted here. An indication that there are a large number of very young and hot stars forming in the outer regions of the galaxy – only visible in the ultraviolet. At first, astronomers assumed that this high star formation rate was being triggered by the interaction with another, nearby dwarf galaxy. They speculated this galactic neighbor may be the culprit, causing it to lose all but one spiral arm. In 2004 astronomers found proof for this claim. The gas in the outermost regions of the neighboring dwarf galaxy has been strongly affected by the galaxy in this image. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA "

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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017


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on Hastag #spiral Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

The CrazyHouse 🌀🏚❤️ work

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