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Re: Theos-World Interesting mail from ESA -

Oct 02, 2007 06:11 PM
by Cass Silva

Hey John,
  Have you by chance visited the centre of the earth?  Be interesting if anything came up in regard to Shamballa.
  Cass wrote:
          Sveinn and all,

Thanks for your post. As a comments I encourage everyone to download "Google Earth" if your PC can handle the system requirements. The download is free. I have had it fecstaticnths and am estatic over what it can do. For instance while looking at India I saw "Elephanta IslaPhotographsre were Phohographs one can click on to see the Ancient Elephanta Caves that Blavatsky herself described after her personal visit there. I have been to Teotihuacan and saved the images of the Pyramids there with the exact longitude and Latitude Coordinates as well as many other important ancient places.
In the last month Google has now made available free "Google Sky" putting the enUniverseoan Digital Univers Library at our disposal for free it is now a part of Google Earth Options, at will you can se all that is known Astronomically in full living color accompanied with informative data, you can save the Object to favorite places along with the exact astronomical coordinates and can return to exactly the same view any at later time.
The Parthenon in Greece can be viewed in 3D Model form and you can do a full 360 degree walk-a-round to your hearts content. You go exactly to your own address and zoom down close to your home and save a image of it to your documents. Or return address any addrees you were at in your past or the homes of your ancestors and parents

This is so much fun Ibelievean't beleive it!!! I went to Constantine's Palace outside of St. Petersburg Russia and admired the beautiful Garden with all the meticulously maintained patterns. The entire world is laid at your fingertips for Free! Grab it and grow in mind and spirit!


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From: Sveinn Freyr <> 

List members -

Interesting mail from ESA

"The gigantic nebula NGC 3603 hosts one of the most prominent, massive,
young clusters in the Milky Way. Hubble has been observing this prime
location for star formation studies."

~ S. F.

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Boardwalk for $500? In 2007? Ha! 
Play Monopoly Here and Now (it's updated for today's economy) at Yahoo! Games.

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