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Gloss Supporting the Article on the Sun

Published: Thursday, 04 February 2010

Gloss with supporting documentation to the article on the Sun:


Youtube - The Sun

Youtube - The secrets of the Sun
Nuclear Fusion - Wikipedia, free encyclopedia
Images results of nuclear fusion
Sun -- Wikipédia, free encyclopedia  
Youtube - Sun is rising in the middle Finland. The time is about 3 am. Relax and enjoy!
Youtube - Sunrise in Spain in Costa Brava. Beautiful! Baleares sea, near France.

Fantastic images of the Sun (open photo gallery)

Youtube - 2003: Flight over the surface of the Sun (simulation)

Youtube - Japonese ship reveals wonderful images of the Sun (in spanish) ...  
Solar Sistem Views   
Space and Astronomy
NASA -- Sun-Earth Day 2010             
Galery -- NASA -- Sun-Earth Day 2010     



Visions of the Sun                                                                                                         


Nature's Healer: The Sun by Robert M. Oliva, Internet Magazine - Prevention Science   
Radical Ecology   
Ecology: Saint Francis and the environment
Saint Francis Chant in italian



Youtube – Sungazing - Hira Ratana Manek ...

Youtube - Look at the Sun ancient technique to perfect health

Youtube - Free you from dreams

Youtube - Winter solstice in Fairbanks, Alaska 


Ancient Knowledge of Solar Geometry
YouTube - Ancient Observatories: Timeless Knowledge - Part 1           NASA
YouTube - Ancient Observatories: Timeless Knowledge - Part 2           NASA
YouTube - Ancient Observatories: Timeless Knowledge - Part 3           NASA
YouTube - Ancient Observatories: Mayan Astronomy - Part 4              NASA
Ancient Observatories, Timeless Knowledge - Democratic Underground           
Ancient Knowledge in the Old World - by Luis Miguel ...   



YouTube - Hira Ratan Manek, Sungazing - Conference part 1 - The Sun Messenger ...
YouTube – Hira Ratan Manek - Conference Part 2 - The Sun Messenger ...
Youtube - Hira Ratan Manek Interview to Paula Gloria (the sun and the pineal gland)  


Solar Energy - Wikipedia, free encyclopedia
Solar Power - Wikipedia, free encyclopedia      
Solar Energy - (simple english) Wikipedia free encyclopedia    


Vídeos Vimeo - Hira Ratan Manek - The Sun Menssenger in Portugal, 1/5:
Part 1      

Part 2 

Part 3      

Part 4  

Part 5  
YouTube - Hira Ratan Manek - SunGazing - 1/12 - in Spain (Barcelona) ...
YouTube - Sungazing Part 1/3 - Hira Ratan Manek, in Spain (interview)


Adoration to God - Sun in India   
Sun Temple in India to Sun-god:  Surya  or  Aditya  
Surya Namaskar - Espaço Clara Luz - Yoga Classes and meditation in ...
Sun Salutation - Yoga Site
Sun Salutation - Surya Namaskar - Step by Step

YouTube - Gayatri Mantra

Sun Worship in hinduism «Brahman, the Ultimate»    
River banks turn puja venues as devotees worship Sun-god ...
Worship of Sun God: An Indian Festival - OhmyNews International  
Eye on polls next year, Bihar politicians invoke sun god - Sun / World  
Chhat Puja Festival concludes with worship of rising sun   


Ra - Wikipedia-free encyclopedia Ra (also spelled as Ré) is the ancient Egyptian Sun-god  
Heka - The Mysteries & Enduring Power of Ancient Egyptian Magic ...
The Sacred Magic of Ancient Egypt: The Spiritual Practice Restored ... de Rosemary Clark - 2003    Site Amazon    More results of books


Pre Colombian era -- Wikipedia, free encyclopedia  
YouTube - Mayan Civilization
Mayan Gods and Goddesses - Crystalinks   

Mayan Universe the Sun Festival, which honors his Sun-god, Kinich Ahau, is celebrated with devotional offerings of food, music, prayer and a ritual procession that symbolically travels to the four corners of the universe.

Mayan Religion - History of the Mayan Religion - History of the World   
Mayan, Incas and Aztecs - History, civilizations, resume, society   
O Caminho do Meio -  Central Circle Aztec Calendar : God – Aztcs Sun, Tonatiuh
Mythology and legends of the Nahua people: part 1 : México ...
Mythology and legends of the Nahua people: part 2 : México ...
Mythology and legends of the Nahua people: part 3 : México ...  
Legend of the Andean People in México «Callado's Storyteller»
Teotihuacan -- Wikipedia, free encyclopedia
Pyramid of the Sun -- wikipedia, free encyclopedia


The Incas lived in the Andes cordillera
Incas history
History of the Incas
Youtube - pre-inca civilizations
Incas: its greatest god was the Sun-god: Inti
Machu Piccho - wikipedia, free encyclopedia

Youtube - The Incas - Tahuantinsuyu is the quéchua or the word Inca for "Land of the four Regions", the name of his own empire. 

YouTube - Machu Picchu, Peru

Youtube - Inca Civilization

Youtube - Solar Inca Initiation in Machu Picchu 

YouTube - Inca Solstice Celebration June 24 at the Machu Picchu - Sun god, Inti is the central theme of the Festival of the Sun and is the gratitude for God's glory and its people. The people of the Northern Hemisphere celebrate the festival dedicated to their Sun-god Mithra, also 24, but December.

Huayna Picchu or Wayna Picchu - wikipedia, free encyclopedia

Youtube - Climbing the wayna Picchu
Youtube - Path to Huayna Picchu (Machu Picchu) - Cuzco
Youtube - Wayna Picchu
The Ceremony of the Sun-god Festival or Inti Raym in quéchua
Science Newspapper: Peru supports observatory center since 2.300 years
Revealed the mystery of the Thirteen Towers - Science Today


Traditions and festivals - La Paz Travel Guide -
Minister of Education of Bolivia include the study of indigenous religion ...
Youtube - Sun Virgins
Youtube - Incas, Machu Picchu, jorney to Cuzco
Inca Civilization - wikipedia, free encyclopedia
Inca Empire - wikipedia, free encyclopedia
Incas: Sun empire
Images result to Inca empire     Inca empire search

Lost Civilization


Plains Indians - wikipedia, free encyclopedia  

The Plains Indians are the Indigenous peoples who live on the plains and rolling hills of the Great Plains of North America.

Range of the Plains Indians at the time of European contact

Plains Indians are usually divided into two broad classifications which overlap to some degree. The first group were fully nomadic, following the vast herds of buffalo. Some tribes occasionally engaged in agriculture; growing tobacco and corn primarily. These included the Blackfoot, Arapaho, Assiniboine, Cheyenne, Comanche, Crow, Gros Ventre, Kiowa, Lakota, Lipan, Plains Apache (or Kiowa Apache), Plains Cree, Plains Ojibwe, Sarsi, Shoshone, Stoney, and Tonkawa. The second group of Plains Indians (sometimes referred to as Prairie Indians) were the semi-sedentary tribes who, in addition to hunting buffalo, lived in villages and raised crops. These included the Arikara, Hidatsa, Iowa, Kaw (or Kansa), Kitsai, Mandan, Missouria, Nez Perce, Omaha, Osage, Otoe, Pawnee, Ponca, Quapaw, Santee, Wichita, and Yankton.
Native american - Origin and Creation Tales  
The ancient Native American origin myths are traditional answers, from each tribe's perspective, to such universal questions as "Who are we? How did life begin? What is the meaning and purpose of life?" These symbolic explanations were passed on orally from one generation to the next for thousands of years and constitute one of the richest, as well as oldest, traditions in American literature.
The Hopi Creation: In the beginning there were only two: Tawa, the Sun-God, and Spider Woman, the Earth-Goddess. All the mysteries and power in the Above belonged to Tawa, while Spider Woman controlled the magic of the Below. In the Underworld, abode of the Gods, they dwelt and they were All. There was neither man nor woman, bird nor beast, no living thing until these Two willed it to be. 

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Wakan Tanka - wikipedia, free encyclopedia

In the Sioux way of life, Wakan Tanka is the term for "the sacred" or "the divine". This is usually translated ...

Wakan Tanka, the Universe Creator Thought

Wakan Tanka is the Sioux name for the Great Spirit or Great Mystery. Wakan Tanka is thought of the creator of the world or universe; believed to be the...

Wakan Tanka ... "The Great Mystery" / Personal blog: d'Hopi
Images Wakan Tanka results
Youtube - Sacred Spirit - Album

The Red 'Children of the Sun´, do not worship the One God. For them that One God is absolutely impersonal, and all the Forces emanated from that One God are personal. This is the exact reverse of the popular western conception of a personal God and impersonal working forces in nature.

Native American Mythology - Myth Encyclopedia - god, story, legend ...

The Native American or Indian peoples of North America do not share a single, unified body of mythology. The many different tribal groups each developed their own stories about the creation of the world, the appearance of the first people, the place of humans in the universe, and the lives and deeds of  deities  and heroes. Yet despite the immense variety of Native American mythologies, certain mythic themes, characters, and stories can be found in many of the cultures. Underlying all the myths is the idea that spiritual forces can be sensed through the natural world-ncluding clouds, winds, plants, and animals—that they shape and sustain. Many stories explain how the actions of gods, heroes, and ancestors gave the earth its present form.

A Small Dictionary of Pagan Gods & Goddesses

SHAKURA (Pawnee) Sun-god. The Pawnee performed their famous Sun Dance for Shakura's sake. Young warriors attached themselves to tall poles with strips of hide which were tied to sharp stakes. The stakes were driven through the skin and flesh on the chest. The young brave would then support his entire weight with the hide ropes as he slowly circled the pole following the Sun's movement in the sky. This lasted until the sun went down or the stakes ripped out of the brave's flesh.
SUN-goddess for Cherokee. When Sun's daughter was bitten by a snake and taken to the Ghost Country, Sun hid herself in grief. The world was ever dark, and Sun's tears became a flood. At last the Cherokee sent their young men and women to heal Sun's grief, which they did with singing and dancing. 

The great spirits ... In these domains the Alignaks are ruled by Tawa, the Sun-god ...
Cherokee Sun Goddess
Native American Myths of Creation - Crystalinks

For the Apaches: "In the beginning there was only darkness ... The Creator rubbed his face with his hands and there was the Sun-god ...
The Lakota People are a Plains Indian group, very commonly known today as the Sioux... Lakota culture has seized the imagination of many in a way that few other tribes have managed...

Native American Mythology
... Among the Zuni Indians, the Supreme Creator is Awonawilona, the Sun-god. ...
Native American Sun Dance

The Sun dance is the predominant tribal ceremony of Great Plains Indians, although it is practiced by numerous tribes today as a prayer for life, world renewal and thanksgiving. On a personal level, someone may dance to pray for a relative or friend, or to determine their place in the universe, while on a larger scale, the Sun dance serves the tribe and the earth.
Indigenous people believe that unless the Sun dance is performed each year, the earth will lose touch with the creative power of the universe, thereby losing its ability to regenerate.

Native American Folk Lore “The Sun Dance” «TIPI HEAVE»

The tribes who lived on the Great Plains of North America believed that supernatural power was to be found in everything around them. It was in the wind, rain, thunder and other forces of nature. It was in the Sun, moon and stars, and in animals and birds. The Sioux Indians called this all-pervading power Wakan Tanka, the Great Mystery. For the Sioux, it was Wakan Tanka who was the creator and controller of the universe, but other tribes had their own tales about how the world had come into being. 

Mystic Earth - Sun Dance

The Sun Dance of the Lakota is a festival of prayer, fasting, dance and healing in honor of Wi, Sun-god. Offerings are also made to Maka/Mother Earth and Haokah/Heavenly Father. For Lakotas all activities are aspects of the Creator Takuskanskan ...
It is prepared every year in June (moon fattening) or July (ipening cherries moon) when the moon ...

Sun Dance: Facts, Discussion Forum, and Encyclopedia Article
YouTube - Native Spirit and the Sun Dance Way Trailer
YouTube - Native American - Sun Dance
YouTube - The Sun Way Dance Documentary Trailer
YouTube - Sunrise Dance (Night)
Youtube - Girl's Rite of Passage
YouTube - Apache Sunrise Dance
North American Indians: the spirituality of nature
The White Buffalo

The white buffalo was believed by the Plains Indians to be the child of Father Sun. The Indians would hang a white buffalo robe outside in the sunlight near the medicine man's tee-pee as an offering to the Sun. Indian Chiefs carried a white buffalo robe into battle believing that it would shelter them from any harm. The Cheyenne, Mandan, and Pawnee Indians worshiped the white buffalo. They believed him to be "good medicine." When a white buffalo was slaughtered, great care was taken so as not to anger the gods. Some of their medicine men used white robes in ceremonies to cure illness.
Crow tribe of Monatana... Native American Indian Tribes - Over 2000 ...

The worship system of the Crows' parent tribe, the Hidatsas, was carried on by the Crows; some forms have persisted to the present day. The tribe also copied, adopted, and adapted worship practices and ceremonies from other tribes. Fasting for divine guidance as practiced by the Hidatsas was retained by the Crows, as were wound healing and other ceremonies for health maintenance, and the sweat lodge. The Crow Sun Dance, a communal worship of the Sun, was banned by federal authorities in the late 1800s, but the Shoshone Sun Dance came to the Crows in 1941 and became a popular feature of tribal life. The peyote ceremony also came from the tribes of Oklahoma in the early twentieth century.

Weston La Barre - Content Pages of the Encyclopedia of Religion ... 

American Indian Resource Page - free articles, video clips, slideshows  

Facts for Kids: Natchez Indians 

Native American Symbols - What Do They Mean??    

Hopi - Crystalinks 

The Hopi are a Native America Nation who primarily live on the 1.5 million acre Hopi Reservation in northeaster Arizona. The reservation is surrounded by the Navajo reservation. Hopis call themselves Hopitu - 'The Peaceful People'. The name Hopi is the shortened form of the title to what they called themselves, "Hopituh Sinom", "the people of Hopi". Hopi is a concept deeply rooted in the culture's religion, spirituality, and its view of morality and ethics. To be Hopi is to strive toward this concept, but one never achieves in this life. This concept is one where you are in a state of total reverance and respect for all things, to be at peace with these things, and to live in accordance with the teachings of 'maasaw'.


Hopi Legend - Maasaw

The story of Maasaw (Masau'u) is a beautiful Hopi legend. He has been described as a man, or being (kachina), that looked like a skeleton. This is similar to the description of the "stick person" (alien), who Cherokee elder John Red Hat said came to visit him. According to Elder Red Hat, the "stick person" claimed to be his father. Maasaw gave the Hopi instructions and warnings about a way of life he wanted them to follow. He said if they followed his way, they would live long and fruitful lives. He wanted them to be humble and live like he did with only a planting stick and seeds. He wanted them to take care of, and respect the land--live in harmony with it. The Hopi lived this way for centuries, and they thrived. They lived in community and cared for each other. They planted their crops and sustained themselves. Sacred rituals were performed daily, and they never lost sight of Great Spirit. He was the embodiment of their daily lives.

Kachina - Wikipedia, free encyclopedia

A kachina (also katchina or katcina, pronounced/ktin/; occasionally katsina/ktsi/, plural katsinim/ktsinm/; Hopi: qacína) is a spirit being ...


Ancient Greece

In Greek mythology the Sun was personified as Helius. Homer often calls him Titan and Hyperion. He was a son of the Titans Hyperion and Theia and brother of the goddesses Selene, the moon, and Eos, the dawn. The names of these three were also the common Greek words for Sun, moon and dawn. Helios was imagined as a handsome god crowned with the shining aureole of the sun, who drove a chariot across the sky each day and night. Homer described it as drawn by solar bulls (Iliad xvi.779); later Pindar saw it as drawn by "fire-darting steeds" (Olympian Ode 7.71). Still later, the horses were given fiery names: Pyrois, Aeos, Aethon and Phlegon. As time passed, Helios was increasingly identified with the god of light, Apollo. The equivalent of Helios in Roman mythology was Sol Invictus, Latin for Sun.


Helios - Wikipedia, free encyclopedia

... Sun-worship had once been prevalent and powerful among the people of the pre-Hellenic culture, but that very few of the communities of the later historic period retained it as a potent factor of the state religion...

Helius: Greek Titan god of the Sun; mythology; pictures...  

Jesus Christ, Sun of God: ancient cosmology and early Christian ... - Google Books Result

Ancient Meaning - The Logos Continuum 

Word of the Sun :The Logos Continuum

"the Logos represents the heart of the cosmic pattern and the source of existence, its emblem is the Sun, the source of life and light." ... "the Sun came to be regarded as the doorway linking together the sensible and intelligible spheres, the material and spiritual orders of existence." ... the Prologue to John's Gospel reflects the ideas of this Hellenistic Logos teaching... The "Logos is in the *arche,* the Beginning, Source, or Fount of experience. As the underlying harmonic pattern of creation, all things were made through the Logos, which contains the principles of Life and Light. The light of the Logos shines out, illuminating the darkness of matter..."

The Christ Spirit : The Logos Continuum

... The Logos, basically, was not just the "Word" that Christians now so often think. Rather the Logos for the philosophers was the heart of the cosmic pattern and the source of existence. The Logos was an all-pervading Reason, which Heraclitus likened to divine fire or energy... The Logos represents the first level of real manifestation or Being, for it encompasses within itself all the laws and relations which are later articulated in the phenomenal universe...

Incarnation : The Continuum Logos
The Cosmic Sculptor : The Continuum Logos
Cosmological Trinity : The Continuum Logos
The Pattern That Connects : The Continuum Logos
The Solar Logos: The Logos Talk

The Logos represents the heart of the cosmic pattern and the source of existence, its emblem is the Sun, which is the source of life and light. For the Greeks and Romans the "Invincible Sun" was the master of all nature, creator and preserver of men.

Like God, the Sun eternally gives forth from itself without ever being diminished, thus establishing itself as the most perfect symbol of the ineffable First Cause. Common place in Hellenistic thought, if the Sun can be seen as the material reflection of the First Cause, by analogy the First Cause can be represented as the Spiritual or Intelligible Sun.

Details and reviews - Gurdjieff Books

Special emphasis is placed on the Hellenistic doctrine of the "Solar Logos" and the early Christian symbolism which depicted Christ as the Spiritual Sun, the illumination source of order, harmony, and spiritual insight.


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Pineal Gland -- Wikipedia, free encyclopedia
Pineal Gland and Melatonin
Images for Pineal Gland  
Youtube - About the Pineal Gland - David Wilcock - Part 1
Youtube - About the Pineal Gland - David Wilcock - Part 2
Youtube - About the Pineal Gland - David Wilcock  - Part 3
Descartes and the Pineal Gland (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

Mahavatar Babaji - Wikipedia, free encyclopedia: "According to extensive discussion among the practitioners of Kriya Yoga, you need a ... See opening pineal gland; ↑ Kriya Initiation - Autobiography of a ... "
BABAJI – The Secret Spiritual Godfather :: Portal IPPB :: Inst ... : "The hindu Master who modernizing the practice of Kriya Yoga. ... You connected to the pineal gland. Note: the pineal gland is the highest ... "


The Third Eye - Wikipedia, free encyclopedia
Third Eye - Pineal Gland - Crystalinks

Pituitary gland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pituitary gland

Ajna - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ajna Chakra
Ajna Chakra - The Brow

Native Americans dance prayer to heal Mother Earth: Earth Prayers
Blue Thunder - Mother Earth is calling for all cultures to come ...
Pachamama - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  
Pachamama google images results
YouTube - Pachamama ceremony on Sun Island in Bolivia
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The Amygdalae - wikipedia, free encyclopedia
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Corpus Amygdaloideum and Amygdaloid Nucleus

Melatonin - wikipedia, free encyclopedia
Melatonin and insomnia? What is, and how to take effect. Melatonin ...
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Paramahansa Yogananda - wikipedia, free encyclopedia
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Youtube - The Divine Conscience in Italian Parte 3


Autobiography of a Yogi - wikipedia, free encyclopedia

When i am Only a Dream: Paramahansa Yogananda
Gems - Sri Ramana Maharshi - Conquer Destiny
Ramana - Freedom and Bondage
Ramana Maharshi  
Blog Arunachala and Ramana Maharshi
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Bhagavan Krishna





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