La Palma Gateway to the ASTRO WORLD

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Astro=STARS.   The bible says that GOD created all the Stars of the Heavens and named them.  He assigned them each a task and a place.  Some stars remained in one place and some he called wandering stars /planets.  But even the “Wandering plantes had boundaries set by GOD.  These Stars were actually also called Angels.  They are entities not rocks.  God made them  luminous, gave them light.  Just as he gave light to the Sun and a different light to the Moon.  Some of these Stars/Angels left their place and came down to earth. They broke the laws of heaven.

These are knowns as the Fallen Angels.  They corrupted all life on earth by mixing seed.  These Fallen Angels were worshiped by the ancients as gods and demigods.  They ruled over the earth until Christ came and redeemed the Earth and mankind.  We have been living in the AGE OF GRACE.  But God’s word says the fallen would return to Earth to wreak havoc.  Those who have rejected Christ and chosen the pagan path worship there entities.  They have been preparing the earth for their return.

THAT is what all this is about.  Demonic spirit have been guiding and directing their path.  Giving them hidden knowledge.  It is not because of man’s evil that all the knowledge is alway ends up being used for evil and destruction.   It is due to the evil influence of the Powers of Darkness.

Believe me when I tell you that the ELITE KNOW DEMONS ARE REAL!  They also know the truth about space.

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.  Ephesians 6:12


element active in English word formation from mid-18c. and meaning “star or celestial body;  from Greek astro-, stem and combining form of astron “star,” which is related to aster “star,” from PIE root *ster- (2) “star.” In ancient Greek, aster typically wasa star” and astron mostly in plural, “the stars.” In singular it mostly meant “Sirius (the brightest star).

astrolatry (n.)

worship of heavenly bodies,” 1670s; see astro- “star” + -latry “worship of.”
“astrology, art of judging occult influences of stars and planets on human affairs,” 1650s; see astro- + -mancy “divination by means of the stars and planets.
knowledge of the fixed stars, their names, magnitudes, etc.,” 1835, from astro- “star” + -gnosy, from Greek gnōsis “a knowing, knowledge,” from PIE root *gno- “to know.”
1903, from French astrobiologie; see astro- “star” + biology. Related: Astrobiologicalastrobiologist.
astrophotography (n.)
application of photography to the stars, sun, planets, etc.,” 1858, from astro- + photography.
“expert in the physics of heavenly bodies,” also astro-physicist, 1869, from astro- + physicist. Related: Astrophysics (1877); astrophysical.
crypto-explosion structure on Earth caused by meteorite or asteroid impact,” 1961, literally “star-wound,” from astro- “star” + Greek bleme “throw of a missile; wound caused by a missile,” from ballein “to throw” (from PIE root *gwele- “to throw, reach”). Coined by U.S. geologist Robert S. Dietz.

“Astrofest La Palma” opens the doors for registration.

Nightscape conference poster
Moments aftre sunset clouds formed in the Caldera de Taburiente in La Palma, Canary Island, move in a time-exposure image.

From 25th September 2015 to October 9th, the island of La Palma in the Canaries will host Astrofest, a festival of astronomy, with activities for all ages and knowledge levels. There will be an international conference for astrotourism professionals, a spectacular total eclipse of the moon, an international conference for nightscape photographers, and a night photography masterclass. You can find more details and register for all these events at the festival’s website,

The program begins with the first International Astrotourism Conference, on September 25-27th. This is the first meeting of its kind, and it will bring together travel agents, tourist boards, scientists, environmentalists, Starlight Guides and others, to pool their experiences and reflections on the astro-tourism.

The beautiful island of La Palma is the perfect place for this fiesta because it has the best night sky in Europe: dark, clean and calm. Just ask the people who chose it as the site for the world’s biggest single mirror telescope, Gran Telescopio Canarias, along with the other 16 telescopes which make up the Observatory of the Roque de Los Muchachos. La Palma is also famous for it’s beautiful scenery in the daytime. On a clear day from the island’s summit you can see 143 km to Tenerife, and on a clear night you can see two million light years to the Andromeda galaxy.


The Cabildo de La Palma, through the Ministry of Tourism, reinforces scientific and astronomical tourism by incorporating the ‘Astrofest La Palma 2022′ to the annual agenda of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).

This fact is the result of the meeting held by the Palma Tourism Service at the twenty-fourth General Assembly of the World Tourism Organization held the first days of December in Madrid.

The counselor, Raúl Camacho, highlights the importance of the tourism sector and astrotourism in the island economy, both in terms of social development and job creation, “which makes it an essential engine for recovery that, now more than never, is it necessary to boost on the island to counteract the impact that the volcano’s eruption is having ”.

After the forty-third plenary session of the Affiliate Members of the UNWTO, it has been concluded that for the work program of 2022 the aim is to give relevance to scientific tourism since the combination of science and tourism on the horizon of the tourism industry provides opportunities for developed destinations and makes them more sustainable.

This is why they are constantly pushing tourism throughout thi volcanic event.  That is also why the spend so much time and money investing in all the scientific documentation, sample collecting, technical testing and evaluating  of eveery aspect of the event and promototing it through pictures, videos an social media. 

Raúl Camacho also assures that ‘Astrofest La Palma 2022′will be key to promoting the island as a differentiated astrotourism destination, thanks to the quality of its sky, an attraction that will also be reinforced in the coming months with the opening of the Center Visitors to the Roque de los Muchachos ”.

In this way, he underlines in a note, “we will increase the profile of La Palma as an island of international reference in astronomy, astrophysics and astrotourism, while raising awareness about astrotourism as a sustainable tourism product for destinations around the world.”

Ministerio de la Presidencia

The Government of Spain foresees that by the end of the year it will have mobilized 240M € for the reconstruction of the island of #LaPalma in coordination with all the administrations. Left speech bubble “There is a future on the island of La Palma, we are working to restore normalcy as soon as possible.”


The UNWTO scientific tourism working group agreed to work in 2022 on a guide on the creation of the astrotourism product that will serve as a manual of good practices and development of its capacities for tourism public administrations that want to diversify their offer.

In addition, assess all the direct and indirect benefits derived from the protection of the sky such as environmental, cultural, scientific, biodiversity, health, quality of life, and socioeconomic, through astrotourism.

La Palma is known by many names

The Star Spangled Sky

The Sky of the Stars

The Stars Island

The Sky (Starlight Reserve)

Island of the Stars 

The Dark Island

La Palma Europe’s Hawaii

The beautiful island 

cielo de as estrellas  / Star Sky

Imagine all the stars in the galaxy spinning in the sky. The bluish-white nuclei of the galaxy’s young stars are surrounded by the yellow octopus arms of their older sisters. On one side, an almost invisible red column of gas snakes away from the starry whirlpool, turns in the middle of the sky, and begins to approach … you.   

I see those images in the Volcanic event at La Palma.  The lava octopus, the red gassy snakes rising up from the ground and the whirlpool created by the Stromboli explosions of lava dancing around the mouth of cone as the reach into the sky.



Yes but with more telescopes Rolling on the floor laughing (In the image one of the @MAGICtelescopes

I am working with, on the Canary Island of #LaPalma, CameraCredit: Daniel Lopez (@IAC_Astrofisica)