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  1. Buddha Poses If you know what to look for, you can tell the meaning of a Buddha Statue by looking at the pose / posture, and the accompanying hand gestures. Each traditional pose has a significance related to an important event in the the life - or past lives - of the Historical Buddha.
  2. Apr 14,  · As curious and fantastic as it may sound, people all over the world have filmed strange faces appearing in the sky. Some of these faces are funny, others are almost creepy. We have put together a collection of some the most astonishing “faces in the sky” seen be people worldwide.
  3. Aug 19,  · Seeing recognizable objects or patterns in otherwise random or unrelated objects or patterns is called pareidolia. It’s a form of apophenia, which is a .
  4. Nov 06,  · Research suggests that children with autism are less likely to see faces where there are She emphasized that you can't infer too much from which faces you see. If you spot Elvis in the sky.
  5. Sirius, also known as the Dog Star, is the brightest star in the night sky. Its name comes from the Greek word for "scorching." Many early cultures had names for it, and it had special meanings in terms of rituals and the deities they saw in the sky.
  6. GOD SPEAKS THROUGH DIFFERENT KINDS OF VISIONS. The Word says in the last days the Holy Spirit will be giving many visions and dreams. “In the last days” God said, “I will pour out my Holy Spirit upon all mankind, and your sons and daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men dream dreams.” (Acts TLB).
  7. 15 hours ago · During a class I was teaching about various spiritual disciplines, I mentioned that pondering the beauty of the natural world is a way we can connect to the Holy. God can speak to us through such things as sunsets or a leaf, a beautiful tree or the nighttime sky. After the class someone came up to speak to me about the class.
  8. From the Renaissance onwards, elaborate variations on the Green Man theme, often with animal heads rather than human faces, appear in many media other than carvings (including manuscripts, metalwork, bookplates, and stained glass). They seem to have been used for purely decorative effect rather than reflecting any deeply held belief.

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