The World’s Most Beautiful Waterfalls

Video Title: “Waterfalls of the World” (+music) 1 HR Healing Relaxation Video 1080p with Musc

“Relax and refresh your senses with this spectacular visual journey featuring several of the world’s most beautiful waterfalls, as captured by David Huting. Several years and a lot of sweat was involved in producing this video showcasing the divine beauty of waterfalls from Arizona, Utah, California, Washington, Montana, Kauai, and the Canadian Rockies.”

Excerpt Source:  The ‘About Tab’ under the video on YouTube.


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Before I Formed You in the Womb

Video Title:   Artist Ron Dicianni tells the amazing story behind “Before I Formed You in the Womb”

“Renowned artist Ron DiCianni shares a behind the scenes look at his powerful story of surviving abortion and how God has used him to create the new Pro-life painting Before I Formed You in the Womb. For more info and to purchase a print of this beautiful painting visit http://beforeiformedyouinthewomb.com/ ”

Excerpt Source:  On YouTube on the ‘About Tab’ under the video.

Parrot Flower of Thailand Slideshow

Parrot Flower of Thailand  – Yes they are real: http://www.exoticrainforest.com/Rare%20Thailand%20Parrot%20Flower%20SP.html


Parrot Flower History

“A balsam, Impatiens psittacina, or parrot flower, is a very rare impatiens species discovered in the Shan States of Upper Burma by A.H. Hildebrand, a British official. Seeds of it were presented to the Royal Gardens (Kew) in 1899 and it flowered in 1900 and a description was published in 1901 by Joseph Dalton Hooker.[3]

The specimen in Kew did not set seed but the capsules are said not to explode and disperse seeds as in many Impatiens.

The species grows in the wild in a small region of north Thailand (near Chiang Mai), Burma, and in the north-east Indian state of Manipur. It is called the parrot flower because its flower bears a resemblance to a parrot in flight when viewed from the side.”

Excerpt Source:    Wikipedia – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impatiens_psittacina

Our Beautiful Universe

Video Title: Our Universe – Hubble Telescope Images

“We’ve all wondered at some point or another what mysteries our Solar System holds. After all, the eight planets (plus Pluto and all those other dwarf planets) orbit within a very small volume of the heliosphere (the volume of space dominated by the influence of the Sun), what’s going on in the rest of the volume we call our home? As we push more robots into space, improve our observational capabilities and begin to experience space for ourselves, we learn more and more about the nature of where we come from and how the planets have evolved. But even with our advancing knowledge, we would be naive to think we have all the answers, so much still needs to be uncovered. So, from a personal point of view, what would I consider to be the greatest mysteries within our Solar System? Well, I’m going to tell you my top ten favorites of some more perplexing conundrums our Solar System has thrown at us. So, to get the ball rolling, I’ll start in the middle, with the Sun. (None of the following can be explained by dark matter, in case you were wondering… actually it might, but only a little…)” – by Ian O’Neill on August 18, 2008

Excerpt Source and Rest of the Article:
http://www.universetoday.com/16940/ten-mysteries-of-the-solar-system/


Related Scriptures – KJV

Job 9:9 – Which maketh Arcturus, Orion, and Pleiades, and the chambers of the south.

Job 38:31 – Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades, or loose the bands of Orion?

Amos 5:8 – Seek him that maketh the seven stars and Orion, and turneth the shadow of death into the morning, and maketh the day dark with night: that calleth for the waters of the sea, and poureth them out upon the face of the earth: The Lord is his name:


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From Caterpiller to Butterfly

Video Title: From Caterpiller to Butterfly – All Together Separate/Paradigm

Like the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly, God can transform our lives into something new and beautiful in His time.

Blessings, Kitty <^.^>


The Life Cycle(s) of a Monarch Butterfly

“Monarch butterflies go through four stages during one life cycle, and through four generations in one year. It’s a little confusing but keep reading and you will understand. The four stages of the monarch butterfly life cycle are the egg, the larvae (caterpillar), the pupa (chrysalis), and the adult butterfly. The four generations are actually four different butterflies going through these four stages during one year until it is time to start over again with stage one and generation one.

In February and March, the final generation of hibernating monarch butterflies comes out of hibernation to find a mate. They then migrate north and east in order to find a place to lay their eggs. This starts stage one and generation one of the new year for the monarch butterfly.

In March and April the eggs are laid on milkweed plants. They hatch into baby caterpillars, also called the larvae. It takes about four days for the eggs to hatch. Then the baby caterpillar doesn’t do much more than eat the milkweed in order to grow. After about two weeks, the caterpillar will be fully-grown and find a place to attach itself so that it can start the process of metamorphosis. It will attach itself to a stem or a leaf using silk and transform into a chrysalis. Although, from the outside, the 10 days of the chrysalis phase seems to be a time when nothing is happening, it is really a time of rapid change. Within the chrysalis the old body parts of the caterpillar are undergoing a remarkable transformation, called metamorphosis, to become the beautiful parts that make up the butterfly that will emerge. The monarch butterfly will emerge from the pupa and fly away, feeding on flowers and just enjoying the short life it has left, which is only about two to six weeks. This first generation monarch butterfly will then die after laying eggs for generation number two.

The second generation of monarch butterflies is born in May and June, and then the third generation will be born in July and August. These monarch butterflies will go through exactly the same four stage life cycle as the first generation did, dying two to six weeks after it becomes a beautiful monarch butterfly.

The fourth generation of monarch butterflies is a little bit different than the first three generations. The fourth generation is born in September and October and goes through exactly the same process as the first, second and third generations except for one part. The fourth generation of monarch butterflies does not die after two to six weeks. Instead, this generation of monarch butterflies migrates to warmer climates like Mexico and California and will live for six to eight months until it is time to start the whole process over again.

It is amazing how the four generations of monarch butterflies works out so that the monarch population can continue to live on throughout the years, but not become overpopulated. Mother Nature sure has some cool ways of doing things, doesn’t she?”

Source:  http://www.Monarch-Butterfly.com

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Beautiful Aurora by TSO

Vimeo Video Title: The Aurora by TSO Photography.

Info Under Video on Vimeo: “I spent a week capturing one of the biggest aurora borealis shows in recent years.

Shot in and around Kirkenes and Pas National Park bordering Russia, at 70 degrees north and 30 degrees east. Temperatures around -25 Celsius. Good fun.”


Amos 5:8 (KJV) …Seek him that maketh the seven stars and Orion, and turneth the shadow of death into the morning, and maketh the day dark with night: that calleth for the waters of the sea, and poureth them out upon the face of the earth: The LORD is his name.

Psalm 19:1 –”The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament shows His handiwork.”

Blessings, Kitty <^.^>