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Arrow to the Sun is a 1973 short film and a 1974 book, both by Gerald McDermott. The book was printed in gouache and ink, and won the 1975 Caldecott Medal for illustration. Both media are a retelling of a Pueblo tale, specifically an Acoma Pueblo tale, in which a mysterious boy seeks his father. The Boy (who does not have a name) is the son of the Sun lord, who sends the spark of life into a maiden of the Pueblo. He is ridiculed by the other boys because he has no father.
PageDiscussionView sourceHistory. The sun is a rotating sphere. It has a diameter of 32 miles and is located approximately 3000 miles above the surface of the earth. The Sun's area of light is limited to an elliptic area of light upon the earth much like the light of a lighthouse is limited to a finite area around it. The rotating light on a lighthouse does not propagate infinitely into the distance. This means that only certain portions of the Earth are lightened at a time.
Arrow To The Sun is inspired by the powerful prayers that burn the flame of love through these times of transition. Sound medicine for our global village. Timeless memory, come spin me over land and sea, to hold and be held by thee These hearts are woven endlessly Shining light this heart stands tall, burning through the flames of all That does not serve the highest call, and I am on my wa. As a child I built a wall, around my hearts precious core The time has come to watch it fall, and weave me once again Weave these walls to crumble down, no longer shall this heart be bound I ask the angels come gather round, and weave I believe again.
Close to the Sun is the fourth album of the melodic hard rock band Place Vendome. The songwriting for this album was provided by Magnus Karlsson (Primal Fear), Jani Liimatainen (Cain's Offering, ex-Sonata Arctica), Olaf Thörsen (Vision Divine, Labyrinth), Fabio Lione (Vision Divine, Angra, ex-Rhapsody of Fire), Simone Mularoni (DGM), Alessandro Del Vecchio (Hardline, Voodoo Circle), Aldo Lonobile (Secret Sphere) and Mike Palace (Palace).
Arrow to the sun. a Pueblo Indian tale. Published 1977 by Puffin Books in Harmondsworth, Eng. Sun, Pueblo Indians, Indians of North America, Folklore, Protected DAISY, In library.
Land of the Sun is an album by American jazz musician Charlie Haden. In 2005, the album won Haden the Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album. Musically, its refinement is such that it begs critical as well as casual listening. Hopefully this won't be the last such exercise from Haden and Rubalcaba, but an introduction.
CreditsFlat Land - Primary Artist
|1||Poco a Poco||Flat Land||3:55|
|2||Say You Cared||Flat Land||0:55|
|3||Black Rain||Flat Land||4:54|
|6||Dusk to Night||Flat Land||0:51|
|7||In the Doldrums||Flat Land||4:58|
|8||Can We||Flat Land||1:22|
|9||Relax, Retry||Flat Land||4:43|
|10||Rufio's Last Stand||Flat Land||3:52|