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Add a New Dimension


Adding a new dimension to your home or garden makes it more of a sanctuary. Rainbows are hiding everywhere, but the sun and moisture have to be just right in order for rainbows to come into full view.

Laser Rainbow Drop by Piombo

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Author: Pam Hughes in General

Making the Invisible Visible


The make-up of the universe is not as apparent to us as it was in our hunter-gatherer days. Technology has made up for our loss of sensitivity in some ways, as shown in the photographs of moonbows on our Facebook page this week. They are generally invisible to the naked eye, but the prolonged (low) shutter speed of the camera captured the rainbow colors.

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Author: Pam Hughes in General

Birds Wanted Here


Back to our friends the hummingbirds. We have some interesting hummingbird news and facts on our Facebook page this week. Did you know that hummingbirds relate color to the degree of nectar a plant holds? There is probably a lot more to hummingbird intelligence than what scientists know. Certainly the intelligence involved in their plumage coloration is beyond our understanding, although we understand the scientific principles.

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Author: Pam Hughes in General

Birds Not Wanted Here


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Don't worry, our headline is actually beneficial for birds. We don't want them crashing into windows or in places where people might try to control them with lethal means, such as marinas, seaside restaurants, parks or car dealerships. Using our windsocks can drive a bird away, but to live another day! We love our birds here in Eureka Springs, but let's keep them off the docks and boats and prevent birds strikes and collisions.

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Author: Pam Hughes in General

Master the Rays


The Ray Masters appear in various myths and metaphysical philosophies as Athena, Apollo, Aphrodite, Kuthumi, El Morya and Saint Germain, according to the Encyclopedia of Earth Myths. These gods managed white light in a double rainbow of 14 rays consisting of scarlet and pink, emerald and light green, indigo and light blue, etc. The colored rays each represent a type of consciousness and its evolution and have their own master. Ray Masters were once human but live in Asgard (known also as Glass Mountain or Crystal City). 



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Author: Pam Hughes in General

Find Your Shimmering Path


In Norse mythology the “shimmering path” or rainbow bridge Asbru between the world and heaven is also called Bilrost or Bifrost.  The prefix “Bi” indicates the fleeting nature of a rainbow.  It is a bridge, according to Heilan Grimes, built with red from fire, blue from air, and green from the sea that combined into other colors. The son of Odin, Heimdallr, defended the bridge with his sword, Hofud,  His vision was extraordinary and he could see equally well in day or night.  (You will find our windsocks equally beautiful by moonlight or sunlight.)

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Author: Pam Hughes in General

Around the World with Rainbow Makers


This year will find rainbow gatherings of every kind from children’s book releases to rainbow serpent celebrations in Mexico to over 200 major gay pride events. Rainbow festivals have continued from time immemorial into the present day. One of the most spectacular ways of celebrating rainbows is in interior and exterior design.

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Author: Pam Hughes in General

Last Breath of Winter


Rainbows are full circles, but the horizon line makes them appear as arches. With March 20th fast approaching, we are coming full circle into another glorious Spring, but not before Mother Nature brings another breath of winter to many parts of the country. Adding the jewel-like sparkle of our mobiles and windsocks now to your winter landscape will make this last wait for warmer weather go much faster. Our holograms reflect some of the most beautiful colors of the spectrum of the rainbow, which, as scientists know, number well over one million (what is visible to the eye).


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Author: Pam Hughes in General

Getting Ready For Spring


I feel the season.  That time when winter is sprinkled with days with sun and warmth but Iknow it isn't going to last.

I’ve finished with the seed catalogs; the mailman will soon stop at my house with packages filled with seedlings and seeds. Oh joy!  But now there’s that space in between.  Only 2 days ago, it was so delightful I wanted to immediately uncover all my perennials; and today there is snow and ice hanging from tender branches.  So, I’m in the house and I feel the urge.  I long to throw off the sloth of winter, that season of building a deep cave to escape the dark.  It’s time to clear the cobwebs and make things bright again.  It’s time for Spring Cleaning!

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Author: Sheri Hanson in General

No Bird Death with a Crystal Rainbow Mobile


The cycle of life continues; Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring again. Now we are moving into winter. The days are short now, darkness comes so early and I’m perpetually surprised. 

 

The bird feeders are up and cleaned and with the first scoop of birdseed, they came flocking in; cardinals, nuthatches, finches and the crows.  Secretly, crows are among my favorites.  I love to watch them fill their beaks so full that they can’t close them as they swoop off to their nests to feed their young or maybe just to stash some away for a snack later on. 

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Author: Sheri Hanson in General