The Reptilian Eye in the Portal


This Astronomy Picture of the Day looks like the eye of
a reptilian linked to the center of the Milky Way Galaxy.

A Sky Portal in New Zealand   NASA - July 29, 2014

To some, it may look like a portal into the distant universe. To others, it may appear as the eye of a giant. Given poetic license, both are correct. Pictured above is a standard fisheye view of the sky -- but with an unusual projection. The view is from a perch in New Zealand called Te Mata Peak, a name that translates from the Maori language as "Sleeping Giant". The wondrous panorama shows the band of our Milky Way Galaxy right down the center of the sky, with the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds visible to the right. The red hue is atmospheric airglow that surprised the photographer as it was better captured by the camera than the eye. The above image was taken two weeks ago as the photographer's sister, on the left, and an acquaintance peered into the sky portal.




Dinosaurs and Evolution

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July 2014 - According to the Season 7 premiere of "Ancient Aliens"
Dinosaurs could have evolved into early humans and/or birds.

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Saturday August 2, 2014 - Trio's Restaurant ... Matthew Turning 11

In dim light we finally got a photo of Grandma turning into a male Reptilian.

The laughter was about the 2 chocolate balls and the candle in between.

Photo lightened

I refer to this aspect of my soul as Dilmun. He has always shown himself in the dim light. In recent years he emerges more quickly. I have known about him as a separate entity and communicated with him for decades if not lifetimes. Dilmun has also played other creation roles in other lifetimes. In this aspect of the program he takes us to the Anunnaki. Viewing in person .... if you focus on Ellie as Dilmun you see glimpses of other lifetimes until I "Fade to Black".




Could Dinosaurs Have Survived the Impact that Killed Them?   Live Science - July 28, 2014

  'Fluffy and feathery' dinosaurs were widespread   BBC - July 25, 2014
All dinosaurs were covered with feathers or had the potential to grow feathers.

Dinosaurs 'shrank' regularly to become birds   BBC - July 31, 2014

Huge meat-eating, land-living dinosaurs evolved into birds by constantly shrinking for over 50 million years.





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