A los ojos del Cielo, Seremos Salvos




Symbolic Messages the Lion Offers Us

  • Have courage, have faith
  • Stand tall, remember your birthright of power
  • Hold your head high – even in times of conflict – conduct yourself with dignity
  • It may be time to defend something that is dear to your heart – defend it fiercely if you must
  • Perhaps it’s time to show your authority (not in a dominating way) but lead others with a loving heart (2)



(1) Image protected under  the Creative Commons License. Attribution must be given to Silent Realm Industries LLC. 

(2) Information gathered from http://www.whats-your-sign.com/symbolic-meaning-of-lions.html

Watch a star explode 20,000 years ago: Time-lapse footage reveals beautiful burst

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Animation documents an explosion emanating from V838 Monocerotis

It was captured by Hubble and spans the period from 2002 and 2006

As it burst, V838 created a light echo that lit up the cosmic dust around it

Scientists still have no idea what caused the stellar explosion of V838

A stellar flash like this was unprecedented because supernovas typically expel matter out into space, often obscuring them from view

The majestic transformation of a star has been revealed in a stunning time-lapse of a stellar explosion 20,000 light years away.

The animation, spanning four years, documents a huge explosion emanating from V838 Monocerotis – a red star located in the constellation Monoceros.

Before it exploded, V838 had grown to become one of the largest stars ever observed by astronomers, producing 600,000 times more light than our own sun.

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PSYKHE (or Psyche) was the goddess of the soul, wife of Eros god of love.

She was once a mortal princess whose astounding beauty earned the ire of Aphrodite when men turned their worship from goddess to girl. Aphrodite commanded Eros make Psykhe fall in love with the most hideous of men, but the god himself fell in love with her and carried her away to his secret palace. However Eros hid his true identity, and commanded her never to look upon his face. Psykhe was eventually tricked by her jealous sisters into gazing upon the face of god, and he abandoned her. In her despair, she searched throughout the world for her lost love, and eventually came into the service of Aphrodite. The goddess commanded her perform a series of difficult labors which culminated in a journey to the Underworld. In the end Psykhe was reunited with Eros and the couple wed in a ceremony attended by the gods.

Psykhe was depicted in ancient mosaics as a butterfly winged goddess in the company of her husband Eros. Sometimes a pair of Pyskhai are portrayed, the second perhaps being their daughter Hedone (Pleasure).

cited from http://theoi.com