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I hear through your songs the truth that emanates from your wandering thoughts. A distant look, the surreal sensation of a kiss… The only thing I really want - Wishing upon all galaxies — Is to have…
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Is there A MAZE IN flat earth? What happens when we PASS A WAY or PASS OVER? Are there lands and realms beyond the SEA of 'spells' that we cannot SEE or HEAR here on EARTH? All the world's a stage, SHAKES SPEAR (a club) wrote, so perhaps there are EXITS that EXIST beyond this flat PLANE? Perhaps when we PASS OVER we get our 'WINGS' we have a bird's eye view from the EARTH's gallery? LABYRINTH at LAND'S END, SCOTLAND Hmm, very interesting... A M A Z E I N P L A N IT EARTH The Cestui Que Vie…
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In the Northern Hemisphere some of the stars of Ursa Major are easy to see on clear nights. They make a pattern sometimes called the Big D...
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Brooke Bond Tea "Out Into Space" (series of 50 issued in 1958) #36 Polaris, the Pole Star
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Polaris is our planetary north pole star, for now. Due to Earth's wobble as it rotates on its axis, other stars have been pole stars through history.
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Known as the ‘North Star,’ Polaris won’t stay that way forever. Planet Earth spins a full 360°, about its axis, every 24 hours. The Earth in orbit around the Sun, with […]
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In the Northern hemisphere you can use this handy technique to find the North star, or pole star, that is always almost due North. Follow the last two stars of the Big Dipper, known as the plough in the UK, to a prominent star. Handy for a navigation sanity check at night. The North star is the star that stays fixed in those neat star trails photos with all the stars rotating in a circle as the earth turns. In the Southern hemisphere you can use the Southern Cross and the Pointers to find…
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