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"Wild On The Run" 2003 by ARCHURE rev 2008.11.28 remix
WILD DOG in AFRICA This song is dedicated to the Wild Animals still left on Earth, and those Animal Rights Activists, who try to save all animals (including themselves). I am in support of helping wild animals (they get cold, they go hungry), but we must help keep the people of the Earth from starvation, disease, and war (we can do it all: UNICEF.org (United Nations relief for world children) helps feed the hungry, and many animal rights organizations such as Sea Shepard (Save the Sea, it is our Ancestoral Home, the Mother of Life), PETA, on down the line. And the wild dogs of Africa. Dogs are Mans Best Friend.
God made Earth for all of us, not just you.
"COEXIST"

"Wild On The Run" 2003
by ARCHURE (Will Chris Holley, Stage Name "Chris Holly")
Writtin and Performed entirely by ARCHURE



photos of Wild Dogs from Africa


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http://www.fusionanomaly.net/sirius.html

http://www.fusionanomaly.net/dogontribe.html
The Dogon people live in the Homburi Mountains near Timbuktu. At the center of their religiousteachings is knowledge about a star that is invisible to the eye and so difficult to obsevrve -- even through a telescope -- that no photographs were taken of it until 1970. The Dogon say they received their knowledge by visitors to the earth from another star system.

The star they describe is Sirius B. Its existence was first suspected by Western astronomers in 1844, when irregularites were noticed in the movement of Sirius. It was supposed that Sirius must be affected by a second star, and in 1862 a faint companion star was finally detected. Sirius B is a white dwarf that, although small and faint, is extremely dense and heavy enough to exert an influence on Sirius A.
















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