Ancient Puebloan Glyph Depicting the Ark of the Covenant in America

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Ancient Puebloan glyph depicting the Ark of the Covenant in America.
Ancient Puebloan glyph depicting the Ark of the Covenant in America.

 

For centuries the Ark of the Covenant has been sought after. It’s where-abouts have been long speculated to be on just about every continent. Now research is starting to shed some light on the possibility that the arm may be in America.

 




The petroglyph from Puerco River in Arizona looks strangely like the AoC.

Note the symbols on top which resemble the Cherubim on the Mercy Seat at the top of the Ark.




Beautiful Seward Alaska

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Beautiful Seward, AK
Beautiful Seward, AK

 

Beautiful Seward, AK.  Situated at the head of Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula, Seward is one of Alaska’s oldest and most scenic communities. Experience trophy sport fishing, glacier and wildlife cruises, sailing, hiking, kayaking, flight seeing, summer dog sled rides, and more.




Harbor Opening – May 19 – 21
Seward Harbor Opening Weekend (SHOW) has been a local tradition for years, with businesses rolling out the red carpet in mid-to late May. Local residents get in on the action as well, swabbing decks and checking lines as we celebrate the arrival of the outdoor season to our shores.

Harbor activity abounds on Saturday and Sunday, when you can share in the blessing of the fleet, or watch the boat parade. Walk the docks and keep your eyes peeled for otter and sea lions who are hoping for their own fresh catch. Other activities in and around the marina include business open houses and specials.

It is the beginning of the season, so don’t forget to bring your boat with you and get that Coast Guard safety inspection done.

NEW for 2017 ~ The Seward Mermaid Festival on Saturday, May 20th

NEW for 2017 ~ The Seward Mermaid Festival on Saturday, May 20th
NEW for 2017 ~ The Seward Mermaid Festival on Saturday, May 20th




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The Beautiful Blue Morpho Butterfly

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Blue Morpho Butterfly
Blue Morpho Butterfly

Blue Morpho Butterfly

As its common name implies, the blue morpho butterfly’s wings are bright blue, edged with black. The blue morpho is among the largest butterflies in the world, with wings spanning from five to eight inches. Their vivid, iridescent blue coloring is a result of the microscopic scales on the backs of their wings, which reflect light. The underside of the morpho’s wings, on the other hand, is a dull brown color with many eyespots, providing camouflage against predators such as birds and insects when its wings are closed. When the blue morpho flies, the contrasting bright blue and dull brown colors flash, making it look like the morpho is appearing and disappearing. The males’ wings are broader than those of the females and appear to be brighter in color. Blue morphos, like other butterflies, also have two clubbed antennas, two fore wings and two hind wings, six legs and three body segments — the head, thorax and abdomen.





Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise D NCC-1701D

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The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) was a 24th century Federation Galaxy-class starship operated by Starfleet, and the fifth Federation ship to bear the name Enterprise. During her career, the Enterprise served as the Federation flagship. The Enterprise was destroyed during the Battle of Veridian III in 2371.




Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise D NCC-1701D
Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise D NCC-1701D [1/2000 Scale Completed] by Aoshima





This is a fully-finished, fully painted, and ready-to-display ABS plastic model of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D from Star Trek: The Next Generation. The model measures 32cm (12.6in) long and includes internal LED lighting effects for the windows, deflector array, and warp drive units. The saucer section separates from the engineering section (both sections are also separately lit), the Captain’s Yacht separates from the saucer section. All separable parts are held together by very strong magnets. Includes a display stand that will hold the ship in separated or combined modes.

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Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise D NCC-1701D [1/2000 Scale Completed]

Product Dimensions 15.4 x 15.3 x 4.6 inches
Item Weight 1.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.9 pounds
Manufacturer Aoshima
ASIN B004VDBGUA
Item model number 8713






Kyosho EP 4WD R/S RAGE VE Truck (1/10 Scale)

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Kyosho EP 4WD R/S RAGE VE Truck (1/10 Scale)
Kyosho EP 4WD R/S RAGE VE Truck (1/10 Scale)

 

Newly designed electric off-road racing SUV truck! For off-road racing fans, this machine delivers the best performance vs. cost around! Shaft driven 4WD can handle just about any type of rough terrain with ease. Features large 100mm diameter tires on inch up wheels supported by aluminum oil shocks together with waterproof speed controller, brushless motor and servo as standard. The bathtub chassis is equipped with heavy-duty suspension, slipper clutch and metal diff gears in the high durability drive train that can take plenty of punishment from hard driving. Factory assembled chassis with pre-installed R/C unit Pre-painted assembled body with decals applied (with large wing) Syncro KT-200 transmitter Hex wrench (1.5mm) Cross wrench < Required for Operation > 4 x AA sized alkaline batteries for transmitter 7.2V-Ni-MH battery or 7.4V Lithium Polymer (Lipo) battery AC Charger Chassis Technical Data Length 395mm Width 287mm Height 152mm Wheelbase 272mm Tread (F/R) 213mm/206mm Tire(F/R) Φ101mm × 50mm/Φ101mm × 50mm Gear Ratio 9.62:1 Weight 1,764g (approx.) Motor Orion NEON ONE brushless motor. (KV-2400) R/C System Sync KT-200.

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Kyosho EP 4WD R/S RAGE VE Truck (1/10 Scale)
High response & high torque waterproof KS204WP servo pre-installed

 

Founded 1963 in Japan, Kyosho has been building products for close to 50 Years! We want to show the world the value of enjoying life through the hobby of Radio Control. Since its foundation, Kyosho has lived by this philosophy. There is no end to the pursuit of this goal, from each generation to the next, our unceasing search for ways people can have fun leads to continuous idea creation that takes shape in the form of truly innovative products.