Pink Floyd’s “Welcome to the Machine” Visualized Through Cymatics- VIDEO

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August 12, 2020

What is cymatics? Cymatics is the study of visible sound via vibration of particles or liquid on a membrane. More simply put, cymatics is sound made visible. When sound vibrations encounter a membrane such as the surface of water, an invisible pattern of energy is then imprinted upon that surface. Depending on the sound frequency, the pattern may be geometric or kaleidoscopic. The following experiment demonstrates the observable patterns created…

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Stunning Treehouse Lets You Sleep Under the Stars in the Heart of Africa’s Wilderness

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June 12, 2020

By Elias Marat | Creative Commons | TheMindUnleashed.com The sprawling unfenced private reserve spans 36,000 acres. Photo credit: andBeyond’s new Ngala Treehouse Experience (TMU) — With all of the hectic routines, clogged streets, and pollution of urban life, sometimes it’s not only a good idea to seek out a nature trip, it’s also a necessity to ensure the health of one’s mind, body, and spirit. One such place to escape the daily grind and enjoy a…

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4.5 Million Flowers Bloom Across Japanese Park Like a Never-Ending Sea of Blue Lights

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May 10, 2020

The stunning 8.6 acre landscape is covered by 4.5 million flowers nicknamed “baby blue eyes.” By Jade Small (TMU) — When flowers bloom in Japan, they do so seriously, beautifully and in abundance. An important part of Japanese culture, each season’s unique species and varieties seem to just burst with pride to show their blooms and bring happiness to the people. Large flower fields are found all over Japan, some…

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Photographer Captures Fairytale-Like Horses Roaming Iceland’s Epic Landscape

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April 24, 2020

By Jade Small The series showcases the unique beauty of Iceland’s horses in their natural element, drawing the viewer into a world of fantasy and myth. (TMU) — Based in South Carolina, artist Drew Doggett started his career in fashion photography. However, Doggett now travels the world searching for and photographing amazing landscapes and portraits of cultures, people, and communities using the techniques learnt during his earlier career. His travels have taken…

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You Can Camp for Free and Dig for Your Own Crystals, Gemstones at This Mine Near Atlanta

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April 16, 2020

By Jade Small (TMU) — Gem and crystal collectors love nothing more than mining for their own treasures and North America has plenty of public mines to go digging. If you’re planning a trip to the South Carolina area, or just passing through, consider adding an extra day or two to your trip, if time permits, for a mining adventure that might have you heading home with some stunning gems…

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There’s a Mystical Forest in Belgium Carpeted With Bluebell Flowers

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April 16, 2020

By Jade Small  Photo Credits: Kilian Schönberger (TMU) — Every year around April to May and depending on the Spring temperatures, bluebells come into bloom in ancient forests, forming a magical carpet of purple beneath the trees.   The Hallerbos forest in Belgium, also known as The Blue Forest, is one of those magical and ancient forests famous for her yearly purple carpet of bluebells. Hallerbos is open to visitors year-round,…

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Couple Recreates 50-Year-Old Woodstock Photo Showing Beginning of Their Relationship

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March 5, 2020

By Jade Small | Creative Commons | TheMindUnleashed.com Their relationship—now approaching 51 years—led to love, marriage, two sons, and five grandchildren. (TMU) — For most of the over 400,000 people who attended the Woodstock Music and Art Festival in 1969, it was an experience they’ll never forget. On August 15, Judy and Jerry Griffin met on their way to Bethel, a dairy farm in the state of New York and the location of the festival….

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The Faeries: From Folklore to Metaphysical Reality

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November 26, 2019

By Dr Neil Rushton John Anster Fitzgerald, ‘The Intruders’ (c.1870) This article was published in New Dawn Special Issue Vol 12 No 5 (Oct 2018) What are the faeries? Where do they come from and where do they go when they’re not interacting with their human observers? Faeries have been an important part of the folkloric repertoire for hundreds (perhaps even thousands) of years, and while they are portrayed in…

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