Note: See World Wide Panorama page (these movies need to be updated).

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Hallow Hollow, object QTVR

The 2005 September equinox, a hurricane, and World Wide Panorama event came together from September 21-25. This movie shows a satellite image of the storm swirling a person who is in prayer. In a hallow hollow within her mind's eye spins the image of a sculpture. The sculpture is a concrete form filling the void within hands placed together. This position connotes praying or reverently honoring the other. This concentrates healing energy; perhaps more real than the focusing hands. A void within a cavity within the eye of the hurricane is a still axis amid the whirl.

The hurricane photo was enhanced by the US National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on the Operational Significant Event Imagery (OSEI) site. NOAA reported on Sept. 24 that Hurricane Rita's center slammed into the extreme southwest coast of Louisiana near Sabine Pass, Texas, with winds of 120 mph at 2:30 a.m. CT (Central Time, 07:30 UTC). It was a class 3 hurricane.

Alternate title for the movie: Centering Vision. See the Center of Vision intro and Healing Energy. See movies of the sculpture: Void Around and Into the Void. The theme of the WWP event is Energy.

<img src="../../../../../Access/path/images/pathImmerseSm.jpg" width=35 height=36 usemap="#pathImmerseSm" border=0> Requires QuickTime. See immersive imaging for help, info, and all other immersive imaging, including QuickTime VR movies, at Wholeo Online.

The photo is here: http://www.osei.noaa.gov/Events/Current/TRCRita267_G12.jpg. For the global project, see the World Wide Panorama. For previous solstice and equinox pages, see Seasons. For my other projects, see Wholeo-WWP.

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