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Spherical Astrolabe, by Musa, Eastern Islamic, 1480/81  Why is this not available in jewelry-sized modern replica? C'mon Alchemy Gothic, get on it!

Astronomy- This is a Spherical Astrolabe. The name "astrolabe" comes from the Greek word astro, meaning star, and labio, meaning that which searches, so it could be translated as "star searcher.

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Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr al Ibari century) Astrolabe with geared calendar, Oxford, Museum of the History of Science. Of Persian origin, and one of the oldest complete devices of it's like in the museums collection.

Vector Equilibrium - most Primary Geometric Energy Array in the Cosmos.

Vector Equilibrium - most Primary Geometric Energy Array in the Cosmos. The underlying structure of the Torus is the Vector Equilibrium, or “VE”. It is the blueprint by which Nature forms Energy into Matter. It is referred to as a “VE” because it is.

Da Vinci - Flower of Life Sketch

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Da Vinci - Flower of Life Sketch. Leonardo da Vinci has studied the Flower of Life's form and its mathematical properties. He has drawn the Flower of Life itself, as well as components therein, such as the Seed of Life.

Рожденные в бесконечности и обреченные на бесконечность.

Two lovers found each other i n the womb of the Cosmos - In a Universe smaller, and infinitely younger.

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This master of digital geometry, light, color and composition creates feasts for the eyes. Andy Gilmore leads you into a visual sensation from portraits to

Eastern Islamic Astrolabe, 1481 An astrolabe where the celestial sphere has not been projected into a plane. This is the only complete spherical astrolabe known to have survived. It can be used for the usual range of astronomical calculation, but is less convenient to make and to use

Eastern Islamic Astrolabe, 1481 An astrolabe where the celestial sphere has not been projected into a plane. This is the only complete spherical astrolabe known to have survived. It can be used for the usual range of astronomical calculation.

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