Nebula Stars and The Seven Sisters

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According to NASA Scientists, it is a mystery why stars stay together in clusters. This is no mystery to me. We sometimes mimic stars and we came from stars. Stars are like us. If you look up into the dark sky, you will notice lone stars hanging out by themselves just as you have people who are unique and might not always follow the crowd. These lone stars are magnificent and unique in their own way and can be anti social as some of Earth‘s creatures. You will also notice stars hanging out in clusters just as Earth creatures hang out in groups. A famous posse of star is known as the Seven Sisters or Pleiades. Although the Seven (7) Sisters are further apart than they appear, they seem so distinctive and close together from Earth. The formation actually looks like the number 7.  The 7 Sisters are off the planet. We are like stars, just different kinds of stars.

Stars are so cool, they have cool clubs and houses called Nebula or Nebulae. If you look closely at the Pacman Nebula, you will notice what appears to be a gaping mouth and a set of sharp-looking teeth, taking a bite out of space. Some are more distinctive like the Witch Head Nebula with a elongated head and curve chin, like a typical witch that we see in the movies. These Nebulae are cool and the ultimate superstars. The Heart Nebula actually looks like a heart. The Butterfly Nebula is magnificent and appears to have wings and is indeed beautiful as a butterfly. The Waterfall Nebula actually looks like a golden fountain, depending on what color you see. Somehow, if you look at some of these Nebulae, you will notice that they could appear like other forms than what they are named after. The Cat’s Eye Nebula could switch places with the Eskimo Nebula and vice versa. But they are both brilliant and stunning. The Cat’s Eye Nebula looks like a cat’s eye and if you think about it, the Eskimo Nebula has what appears to be a Eskimo’s hat. If you look closely, the North American Nebula somewhat looks like the map of North America .

This is a magnificent universe. It is beautiful when you look up into the dark sky.  Without the stars, the night sky seems so ugly.  Until I met the stars.

Soundtrack by Sounda Until I Meet The Stars


About soundanation

Sound Designer, Electronic, Experimental, Audiovisual, and Multimedia Artist, with emphasis on Film/T.V and visual mediums. Craig Brown aka Sounda is a former Performance Artist with work featured within Compilation CDs, and tracks licensed for film and TV, just to name a few. My experience with the paranormal and connections to the cosmos, inspired a lot of my work. My goals include pushing the limit of Art through Sound and Music and establishing a strong foundation with my contribution in Film and TV. Favorite Lyric: You are just another brick in the wall by Pink Floyd Activities and Thoughts: Flying, stargazing, battling supernatural forces. There is no such thing as silence, silence has a sound. I am trying to figure out what lies within the 11th Dimension. I wonder if the beautiful ring planet is ready to take me back. Craft: Unidentified.
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2 Responses to Nebula Stars and The Seven Sisters

  1. treespirit11 says:

    Craig, I’ve just listened to “Until I meet the Stars” and after reading this great post I’m inclined to think that not only YOU are a shining star but also many beautiful stars have crossed your path. Everything could be so much simpler, if only there were more shining stars around us….
    Also, did you know there is a wonderful waterfall in Norway called precisely “The Seven Sisters” by the Geiranger Fjord? I’ve seen it personally. Extraordinary visions over there….

    Stay well,
    Tree Spirit

    • soundanation says:

      Thank you Tree Spirit. You are a star too and that is why you are here. We are different kinds of stars. Looking up into the night sky on a active star night, is off the planet. The stars seem to have their own personalities too. Interesting about the waterfall in Norway named The Seven Sisters. Interesting, I wonder where they got the name from. Love and light.

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