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2.5 Hours of new music added tonight! (3 hours last night!)
If ya like Radio EarthRites, please share with your friends!

Cheers,
G
http://earthrites.org/radio-earthrites/
leprincelointain:

Andreas Roller (1805-1891), Paysage au Château - 1843

leprincelointain:

Andreas Roller (1805-1891), Paysage au Château - 1843

arturpastor:

Nazaré, anos 54/57.

arturpastor:

Nazaré, anos 54/57.

nobodyiswatchingus:

Waterfall amidst a mountain covered in ash after a volcano eruption.
Taken in Iceland. One of the most unique landscape photos I’ve ever seen.

nobodyiswatchingus:

Waterfall amidst a mountain covered in ash after a volcano eruption.

Taken in Iceland. One of the most unique landscape photos I’ve ever seen.

thepushdaily:

Moral of the day, don’t be this guy.  #thepushdaily

thepushdaily:

Moral of the day, don’t be this guy.
#thepushdaily

hierarchical-aestheticism:

Luttrell Psalter, England ca. 1325-1340

hierarchical-aestheticism:

Luttrell Psalter, England ca. 1325-1340

laclefdescoeurs:

The Keeper of the Heavenly Key, 1887, Léon Frédéric

laclefdescoeurs:

The Keeper of the Heavenly Key, 1887, Léon Frédéric

shadesandshadows:

 Death of Ellenai, 1883, oil on canvas by Jacek Malczewski, Polish painter and graphic artist, 1854-1929.
  This painting was inspired by the poem Death of Anhelli by Juliusz Slowacki. The woman represents Poland and the subdued colors enhance the melancholy thoughts of losing hope for Poland’s rebirth.
Malczewski was one of the most revered painters of Poland and was associated with the Young Poland movement. He is regarded as the father of Polish symbolism.  

shadesandshadows:

 Death of Ellenai, 1883, oil on canvas by Jacek Malczewski, Polish painter and graphic artist, 1854-1929.

  This painting was inspired by the poem Death of Anhelli by Juliusz Slowacki. The woman represents Poland and the subdued colors enhance the melancholy thoughts of losing hope for Poland’s rebirth.

Malczewski was one of the most revered painters of Poland and was associated with the Young Poland movement. He is regarded as the father of Polish symbolism.  

“More and more it seems that the ordering of nature is an art akin to music — fugues in shell and cartilage, counterpoint in fibers and capillaries, throbbing rhythm in waves of sound, light, and nerve…closed-eye fantasies in this world seem sometimes to be revelations of the secret workings of the brain, of the associative and patterning processes, the ordering systems which carry out all our sensing and thinking … they are for the most part ever more complex variations upon a theme — ferns sprouting ferns sprouting ferns in multi-dimensional spaces, vast kaleidoscopic domes of stained glass or mosaic, or patterns like the models of highly intricate molecules — systems of colored balls, each one of which turns out to be a multitude of smaller balls, forever and ever. Is this, perhaps, an inner view of the organizing process which, when the eyes are open, makes sense of the world even at points where it appears to be supremely messy?”
— Alan Watts, The Joyous Cosmology 
“More and more it seems that the ordering of nature is an art akin to music — fugues in shell and cartilage, counterpoint in fibers and capillaries, throbbing rhythm in waves of sound, light, and nerve…closed-eye fantasies in this world seem sometimes to be revelations of the secret workings of the brain, of the associative and patterning processes, the ordering systems which carry out all our sensing and thinking … they are for the most part ever more complex variations upon a theme — ferns sprouting ferns sprouting ferns in multi-dimensional spaces, vast kaleidoscopic domes of stained glass or mosaic, or patterns like the models of highly intricate molecules — systems of colored balls, each one of which turns out to be a multitude of smaller balls, forever and ever. Is this, perhaps, an inner view of the organizing process which, when the eyes are open, makes sense of the world even at points where it appears to be supremely messy?”
— Alan Watts, The Joyous Cosmology 
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