Dientzenhoferovy kostely na Broumovsku jsou národní kulturní památkou

Broumovské kostely a jejich zápis na seznam UNESCO:
http://www.krajeveu.cz/assets/krajeveu/staz/zav-prace/Marketa-Kubova—Broumovske-kostely_2.pdf

https://www.broumovsko.cz/region/pamatky/broumovska-skupina-kostelu

https://www.idnes.cz/hradec-kralove/zpravy/kostely-kaple-broumovsko-narodni-kulturni-pamatka-sudety.A220128_155935_hradec-zpravy_kvi
via https://www.lidovky.cz/domov/evropske-mesto-kultury-broumov-2028-koncepce-zastupitele.A220813_082943_ln_domov_lros

The Prague Astronomical and Astrological Clock (Babylonian Time)

http://www.orloj.eu/en/home1.htm

The Sun arm with a golden hand attached to it shows three various times on the astronomical dial: common civil time, Old Czech Time, and Babylonian time. The oldest one, which is not used today, is the time in unequal hours, called Babylonian hours (or, for their astrological meaning, planetary hours). The Babylonian time is read approximately at the place where the golden Sun is located, or rather in the intersection of the Sun arm and the ecliptic on the fingery lines. The time between the sunrise and sunset was divided into 12 equal portions, whose duration changes in the course of the year. The contemporary common civil time divides the day into 2×12 equally long hours starting at midnight and at noon. The time of the old Czech (Italian) clock also divides the day into 24 equal hours counted from the sunset. It is indicated on the outward rotated dial – the 24‑hour ring. The golden star connected to the ecliptic ring indicates the sidereal time, which is counted from the moment of passing of the vernal point over the local meridian.

Vltavská filharmonie – Vítězný návrh od Bjarke Ingels Group

https://www.irozhlas.cz/kultura/podcast-vinohradska-12-pleskot-filhrmonie_2205200600_cen

https://www.irozhlas.cz/kultura/hudba/architekt-josef-pleskot-stavba-koncertni-sin-praha-vltavska-podpora_1811091808_pla

https://www.irozhlas.cz/zpravy-domov/praha-ceska-filharmonie-holesovice-architektura_2205172326_gut

via https://www.lidovky.cz/orientace/vltavska-filharmonie-danske-studio-big-ingels-architekti.A220521_155504_ln_orientacer_vag?h=B5F3326459D7F84F0410E88004B28BE1

Y.T. Wee Darwin’s Universe: Survival for Nothing Review

Darwin’s Universe: From Nothing, By Nothing and For Nothing. It’s Survival For Nothing! Evolution can only offer humans a meaningless existence.

Darwinists hope to bury God in an avalanche of a causeless universe and a godless evolution.

However, instead of liberating us, they plunge us into a cosmic depression. We are reduced to: From Nothing, By Nothing, For Nothing – an accidental leftover from the Big Bang, evolved by a lucky chance, and here for no ultimate purpose

We are just walking molecules, birthed through a cosmic accident, dancing to the music of our DNA, and destined to disappear in a cosmic blink – nothing more, nothing less, nothing else.

And when we look to science and evolution for answers, all we get is a blank look. Life has no real purpose, dude – it is about the survival of the genes in us – feeding, fending, fleeting and fathering – just live through it and get it over with. Our final destination is the hole in the ground.

But is it true?

Perhaps we are: From Someone, By Someone, For Someone. Perhaps there is an unexplored and awesome universe beyond the Darwinian world of survival for nothing.

Science encourages us to think critically and lets us place Darwinism in the crosshairs and examine it in the light of empirical science – is it observable and repeatable? If not, it is not experimental science. And, as we shall see, Darwinism is an unobservable and unreproducible pseudo-science.

This book will walk us through cosmology, biology, philosophy and end with theology, the queen of the sciences. Empirical science buries Darwinism and resurrects Creationism. We are more than cosmic orphans lost in an accidental, uncaring and dying Universe; we are living souls, made in the image of God, and designed to have a wonderful relationship with an awesome Creator.

Yan T Wee, the founding Pastor of Shalom Baptist Church, Singapore, writes from his fascinating research into the latest skirmish between speculative Darwinism and deducible Creationism. He concludes that Darwinism, when viewed in its entirety, is not only disingenuous, but a guaranteed, one-way ticket into the universe of ultimate meaninglessness and despair:
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Do actually militaries have the right to withhold the scientific information from humanity, that has been obtained by the publicly funded international Human Genome Project, in which participated many leading universities?
The consequences of such conduct are beyond the scope of their power. They have been asked many times to reveal this information, with no results. Yet this very information is necessary to any meaningful debates about how to conduct life on our planet and thus solve peacefully the burning issues.
So has not the time come to present the request to the international court?
Or have we reached the point where even the international court is just an extended arm of the military?


Looking at the representation of the symbols of the law of three from the Law of 7¨s point of view can remind us of the difference between time and eternity. Easy to overlook in our digital age…

Architecture influences vibrations proceeding in the atmosphere of the place

“I am now carrying out my experiments, namely, those experiments I call “architectural,” and these are making clear to me precisely what kind of interior spaces act harmfully upon people and animals, and to what extent. ‘These “architectural” experiments have already fully convinced me, not only that the size and the general interior form of a place have an enormous influence on people and animals, but also that all interior “curves,” “angles,” “projections,” “breaks” in the walls, and so on, bringing about changes in the vibrations proceeding in the atmosphere of the place, always contribute to improving or worsening the subjective vibrations of the people and animals there. “When he began making his experiments in our presence with this large tent, I noticed among other things that the changing vibrations, acting in response to various surrounding causes, affected the common presence of the three-brained beings who have taken your fancy much more strongly than that of the one-brained and two-brained beings. “Evidently this also is the consequence of the abnormal inner and outer conditions of their ordinary being-existence.
“After these architectural demonstrations, he led us to another small chamber where he carried out many other experiments, through which it could easily be seen and understood precisely which vibrations from various sources act upon the ‘subjective chord of vibrations’ of your favorites, and in what manner. “These experiments also showed the results caused by vibrations issuing from the radiations of three-brained beings of various types or of two-brained and one-brained beings, as well as those caused by the vibrations of their voices and by those from many other sources. “He also demonstrated and explained experiments that proved the harmful action on contemporary terrestrial beings of those supposedly intentional productions which
are found in great quantities, especially in recent times, and which they call ‘works of art.’ “Among them were ‘pictures,’ ‘statues,’ and of course their famous ‘music ‘ “But from all the experiments conducted by this sage, it became evident that the most harmful vibrations for contemporary terrestrial three-brained beings are the ones produced in them by what they call ‘medical remedies.'”                                   BT G.I.G

The Objective Art

The Soul of the Empress Mumtaz-I-Mahal,  1914 – excerpt from ‘A New Model of the Universe’. P.D.Ouspensky

…….”I passed through the arch and out on to the broad stone platform, and stopped to look about me. Straight in front of me and right across the garden led a long broad avenue of dark cypresses, divided down the middle by a strip of water with a row of jutting arms of fountains. At the further end the avenue of cypresses was closed by the white cloud of the Taj Mahal. At the sides of the Taj, a little below it, the cupolas of two large mosques could be seen under the trees.

I walked slowly along the main avenue in the direction of the white building, by the strip of water with its fountains. The first thing that struck me, and that I had not foreseen, was the immense size of the Taj. It is in fact a very large structure, but it appears even larger than it is, owing chiefly to the ingenious design of the builders,

who surrounded it with a garden and so arranged the gates and avenues that the building from this side is not seen all at once, but is disclosed little by little as you approach it. I realised that everything about it had been exactly planned and calculated, and that everything was designed to supplement and reinforce the chief impression. It became clear to me why it was that in photographs the Taj Mahal had appeared unfinished and almost plain. It cannot be separated from the garden and from the mosques on either side, which appear as its continuation. I saw now why the minarets at the corners of the marble platform on which the main building stands had given me the impression of a defect. For in photographs I had seen the picture of the Taj as ending on both sides with these minarets. Actually, it does not end there, but imperceptibly passes into the garden and the adjacent buildings. And again, the minarets are not actually seen in all their height as they are in photographs. From the avenue along which I walked only their tops were visible behind the trees. Continue reading “The Objective Art”