C-Realm Episode #174: Follow-Up

Stealth Bomber and Sacred Geometry

This blog post is a follow-up to Episode #174 of the C-Realm Podcast.  For listener’s who enjoyed this episode of the C-Realm and would like to find more information and resources on the web, I’ve included a variety of resources below.

Robert Lawlor

The interview with Robert Lawlor, an excerpt of which was read by KMO in the podcast, can be found at the link below:

http://www.brooklynrail.org/2009/05/art/robert-lawlor-with-christopher-bamford-and-dorothea-rockburne

Images

The images referred to in the podcast have been posted onto the web.  There are only two of them, and they can be found at the links below:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/agroblogger/3992934841/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/agroblogger/3993668206/

And, for ubiquitous mandalas from around the world, see this image gallery from the International Folk Art Market 09.

Also, a great website via twitter with sacred geometry discussed, with images and a lot of detail.

http://www.crystalinks.com/sg.html

Video

Neil Kramer has put together a video of some of his orb experiences, with some explanation within the body of the blog post at the link below:

http://thecleaver.blogspot.com/2009/09/lux-orbis.html

Agnihotra

Those interested in the practice of the Agnihotra should visit the following website:

http://www.agnihotra.org/

If you would like to practice on your own, you can find supplies at and information on how to practice at:

http://www.agnihotrasupplies.com/


Comments

C-Realm Episode #174: Follow-Up — 2 Comments

  1. yo, was there a carl sagan video relating to 2D perspectives trying to view 3D space/objects available? neil talked about it on the podcast but i cant find anything…

    cheers

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