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    Sorta exciting to wonder whats next to reveal

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    The Ancient City of Petra, Jordan in HD

    Remember Sylvie making a video on Petra some time ago? Here is nearly half hour detailed look at The Ancient City showing the vastness of it all. It shows: The Siq, The Treasury, The Facades Street, The City Center, The Monastery, views from 5 mountaintops surrounding Petra and more. Old dwellings.

    There's no narrator, only music, for you to peruse the area in the peace of your own mind.

    Whatever is true. Whatever is noble. Whatever is right. Whatever is lovely. Whatever is admirable. Anything of excellence and worthy of praise. Dwell on these things. Jesus Christ (I agree)

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    Discovery of the Tesla's Torsion Fields or scalar waves on top of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun - cosmic internet.

    Interview with discoverer of the Bosnian Pyramids Professor Dr. Sam Osmanagich (www.samosmanagich.com).

    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtC1JDuFWm8


    This was interesting IMO
    Sue Jones, osteoarchaeologist, energy worker, teacher, healer and channel, predicts a second, lower, level to Ravne Tunnel only a few weeks before that level was discovered. She also predicts that the passage to the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, a pyramid that is 2.5 kilometers to the south and east of the entrance of Ravne Tunnel, will be found in this second lower level, which Dr. Sam Osmanagich has since named, "Ravne 2." Dr. Sue Jones also predicts that a third, less extensive, level will be found below the second, more extensive, tunnel labyrinth level.

    Satellite scans were performed in 2011 and 2014. They show extensive winding tunnel systems at different depths below the ground in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex. If you follow the link below, you will see the tunnels found below ground level beneath the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun. The colored lines are representations of different-depth tunnels discovered in 2011 by satellite scans using Ground Penetrating Radar.

    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROOlF84PGt4
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    Cosmic Internet...that's interesting. I will have to wait listening to Sue Jones...it will take time...but this is a great post Maggie, thanks!
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    I've been listening to every bit of the long video on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun and not sorry that I did. There is a great deal that we have to "Re-remember" and I have confidence in that it will happen one day...after all...Tesla did remember parts of it. As a matter of fact, don't you think that inventions are not really inventions, but memories of distant past, especially when they are beneficial for us and the planet.

    I recommend this documentary for anybody that has the time, or takes the time to listen to it. And thanks a lot Maggie for finding it.
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    Cappadocia, Turkey in 4K (Ultra HD)

    This is a continuation of an old post of Cappadocia and to be honest it would be interesting letting Sue Jones "loose" here. This video is without a narrator and so you can see it without "mind-speak". Enjoy the journey.

    Music: The Moon (Extended Instrumental Mix) by Brad Stock
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    The stunning landscape of Cappadocia and thousands years of cultural heritage make it one of the most impressive places on our planet. Cappadocia is listed in UNESCO World Heritage sites as "Göreme National Park and the Rock Sites of Cappadocia": "In a spectacular landscape, entirely sculpted by erosion, the Göreme valley and its surroundings contain rock-hewn sanctuaries that provide unique evidence of Byzantine art in the post-Iconoclastic period. Dwellings, troglodyte villages and underground towns – the remains of a traditional human habitat dating back to the 4th century – can also be seen there."

    In the video: Zelve Open-Air Museum (0:06), Göreme (2:13), Göreme Open-Air Museum (2:45), Kiliçlar Vadisi/Swords Valley (3:42), Çavusin (5:27), Rose Valley (6:06), Ürgüp (7:18), Imagination (Devrent) Valley (7:50), Uçhisar (8:15), Love Valley (9:19), Zemi Valley (9:57), Gülsehir Open Palace (10:48), Ortahisar (11:54), Pigeon Valley (12:21), Pasabag (12:45),Ihlara Valley (13:06), Sunset Point (13:50), Kaymakli Underground City (14:09).

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    Fortress for Giants in Syria, the Nimrod Fortress (with polygonal stone work)

    Sylvie is comparing the Official History of the similar building styles in Baalbek, Italy, Bosnia and Syria. There is a contradiction everywhere and people believe it because it has been written in the textbooks. As of late, the story has changed in Syria, they say it was built by the Arabs…they have discovered Arabic inscriptions on the site.

    And then…smack in the middle is an unknown footage of an alleged UFO.

    Does anybody know what is written on this stone? If so please contact Sylvie or me.



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    The Bosnian Pyramids 2016 UPDATE

    An Update 2016
    I like this man's approach (Dr. Semir Osmanagic), he just doesn't give up even when faced with the difficult task of having to change history, all by himself! This is really good news coming out of Bosnia. Listen to what benefits awaits the visitors...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elen View Post
    An Update 2016
    I like this man's approach (Dr. Semir Osmanagic), he just doesn't give up even when faced with the difficult task of having to change history, all by himself! This is really good news coming out of Bosnia. Listen to what benefits awaits the visitors...

    This gentleman is just moving ahead and his mind is open!

    You said: "it would be interesting letting Sue Jones "loose"....and YES, I'd love to hear her suss out energetic readings on the many inexplicable sites!!
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    Ancient stone carvings confirm how comet struck Earth in 10,950BC, sparking the rise of civilisations



    Ancient stone carvings confirm that a comet struck the Earth around 11,000BC, a devastating event which wiped out woolly mammoths and sparked the rise of civilisations.

    Experts at the University of Edinburgh analysed mysterious symbols carved onto stone pillars at Gobekli Tepe in southern Turkey, to find out if they could be linked to constellations.

    The markings suggest that a swarm of comet fragments hit Earth at the exact same time that a mini-ice age struck, changing the entire course of human history.
    Scientists have speculated for decades that a comet could be behind the sudden fall in temperature during a period known as the Younger Dryas. But recently the theory appeared to have been debunked by new dating of meteor craters in North America where the comet is thought to have struck.

    However, when engineers studied animal carvings made on a pillar – known as the vulture stone – at Gobekli Tepe they discovered that the creatures were actually astronomical symbols which represented constellations and the comet.

    The idea had been originally put forward by author Graham Hancock in his book Magicians of the Gods.

    The Vulture Stone, at Gobekli Tepe


    Using a computer programme to show where the constellations would have appeared above Turkey thousands of years ago, they were able to pinpoint the comet strike to 10,950BC, the exact time the Younger Dryas begins according to ice core data from Greenland.

    The Younger Dryas is viewed as a crucial period for humanity, as it roughly coincides with the emergence of agriculture and the first Neolithic civilisations.

    Before the strike, vast areas of wild wheat and barley had allowed nomadic hunters in the Middle East to establish permanent base camps. But the difficult climate conditions following the impact forced communities to come together and work out new ways of maintaining the crops, through watering and selective breeding. Thus farming began, allowing the rise of the first towns.

    Edinburgh researchers said the carvings appear to have remained important to the people of Gobekli Tepe for millennia, suggesting that the event and cold climate that followed likely had a very serious impact.

    Position of the sun and stars on the summer solstice of 10,950BC


    Dr Martin Sweatman, of the University of Edinburgh’s School of Engineering, who led the research, said: "I think this research, along with the recent finding of a widespread platinum anomaly across the North American continent virtually seal the case in favour of (a Younger Dryas comet impact).

    "Our work serves to reinforce that physical evidence. What is happening here is the process of paradigm change.

    "It appears Göbekli Tepe was, among other things, an observatory for monitoring the night sky.

    “One of its pillars seems to have served as a memorial to this devastating event – probably the worst day in history since the end of the ice age.”

    Gobekli Tepe, is thought to be the world's oldest temple site, which dates from around 9,000BC, predating Stonehenge by around 6,000 years.

    Researchers believe the images were intended as a record of the cataclysmic event, and that a further carving showing a headless man may indicate human disaster and extensive loss of life.

    Symbolism on the pillars also indicates that the long-term changes in Earth’s rotational axis was recorded at this time using an early form of writing, and that Gobekli Tepe was an observatory for meteors and comets.

    The finding also supports a theory that Earth is likely to experience periods when comet strikes are more likely, owing to the planet’s orbit intersecting orbiting rings of comet fragments in space.

    But despite the ancient age of the pillars, Dr Sweatman does not believe it is the earliest example of astronomy in the archaeological record.

    "Many paleolithic cave paintings and artefacts with similar animal symbols and other repeated symbols suggest astronomy could be very ancient indeed," he said.

    "If you consider that, according to astronomers, this giant comet probably arrived in the inner solar system some 20 to 30 thousand years ago, and it would have been a very visible and dominant feature of the night sky, it is hard to see how ancient people could have ignored this given the likely consequences."
    The research is published in Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, Vol. 17, No 1, (2017) pdf here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aianawa View Post
    Sorta exciting to wonder whats next to reveal
    What I am most excited to see revealed is whatever will assist us now.

    These excite me because I imagine that the world which could be like an Eden is full of useful knowledge.

    The way I believe we can best access the useful knowledge is to interact with those who have a puzzle piece and gather the pieces to reveal a larger picture.

    I see some common threads and I am looking eagerly for the "way" to use these marvels from "before" the late great catyclysm(?).

    1. Use of geopolymers, melting stone, transporting large stone over distances.
    2. Structural geometric and biometric knowldege of (meta)physical laws that relate to form. Here I think about how sound shapes and patterns of energy inform matter....
    3. Astronomic and earth measures that reflect a global whole earth based perspective. They saw the earth from "above". They mapped the globe and read the stars. They tapped intyo Ley line patterns.
    4. Knowledge of water and hydraulics and harvesting energy from the earth (like on the giza plateau)
    5. A Universal script (Klaus Dona shows the script in presentations)
    6. A Universal language that may be still exist in remnants
    7. Underground construction.

    I really love thinking about these kinds of topics.

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    Bosnia, Illyrians and tombstones – beginning of European civilization
    Stećci – Illyrian tombstones


    After inventing lies that Illyrians are actually Slavs another lie begins, it places the emergence of tombstones, the ancient monuments of the Illyrian culture, into the middle ages, since Western Europe cannot tolerate the fact that in BiH there is proof of the existence of the oldest culture on European soil. Implications of discovering tombstones in the XIX century is that the European roots and continuity of existence belongs to our culture, which is in fact very logical: whoever opened an ancient atlas knows that it is nowhere stated that the European culture was begotten in Berlin, London, Vienna or Paris. To prevent further political and geopolitical implications of this cognition, the truth had to be buried under the deposits of twisted narrative.

    However, despite all frauds and historical rigging, gradually enlightenment in scientific circles began and extensive research of various archaeologists and experts confirm that the origin of tombstone dates back to the ancient time even prehistory. Thoughts about prehistoric origin of tombstones was shared by an Austrian geologist and researchers Heinrich Sterneck which as an Austro-Hungarian officer-geologist researched mineral wealth of Bosnia and Herzegovina and found various necropolis’ in the field. He thought that the tombstones most certainly belonged to the ancient times, since they were usually located on Illyrian piles or in their vicinity and that they’re old as the Illyrian burial mounds. The other researcher Alexandar Sapieha spoke about tombstones as very old monuments which resemble Egyptian and Parthian ones. German archaeologist George Wild had an interesting claim, namely the tombstones in Bosnia represent the old European cultural heritage, and that some symbols such as lilies (which are symbols on the Bosnian crest) stems from the ancient times, often as tombstones, that various types of crosses are pre-Christian and were known in the ancient culture, and Christianity adopted them at a later period, giving them Christian interpretation.

    Yet, the best proof that tombstones were not built in the middle ages are the dimensions and weight of a large number of tombstones. There is no technological context which would place the practice of breaking off of 32 ton megaliths and their transportation of across great distances. Anyway, why would someone do such a thing, and not use such technology in building other structures. Kemal Čolak from Sarajevo calculated that for the construction of such a megalith which is located in Pavlovac near Sarajevo, one would need to break off a cuboid of 40 tons. A logical question can be posed, where would one find such a quarry, and what tools were used for such a purpose. It is especially interesting to mention that some locals claimed that the monument is located on the former training grounds of JNA, and that the army removed all other monuments from that location, but they didn’t have the necessary machinery to remove this one. What did the man from middle ages use to move it? With that, in the dark middle ages, times of wars, fratricide and crusades against Arian Christians, time of famine, poverty and survival, there was no time for erecting hundred thousand monuments, nor the time for laborious and long transportation and great embellishment of the monuments. Was it done in the middle ages, such a powerful and technically advanced civilization would easily fend off attackers and conquer entire Europe.
    There are numerous arguments which testify that tombstones cannot be from the middle ages, though in the middle ages they were used, partially inscribed and ornamented. Here are some of them:
    1. Official science until the end of the 19th century considered tombstones to be prehistoric monuments.
    2. It was noted that the symbols on the monuments were tied to ancient civilizations, especially Egyptian and Parthian.
    3. There are no known folk tales which speak of construction of monuments in the middle ages. However, there are numerous ones which place the process far in prehistory.
    4. There are no inscriptions about the building of monuments amongst the ancient people from Dubrovnik, and it is known that the agents from Dubrovnik recorded anything which was of the smallest interest. Such inscriptions are not known in other archives of Dalmatia and Italy.
    5. In heaps under the monuments we see a continuation of burials from the 20th century BCE up until the 20th century.
    6. Tombs from the middle ages on necropolis’ are located near tombstones or underneath stone switches, i.e. smaller tombstones, which proves the continuity of burial from prehistory, but not their medieval origin.
    7. From around 100 000 tombstones, and there were more, only 6000 of them are ornamented, and a smaller number contains various crosses which were pre-Christian and familiar in ancient times. Yet if we persist that they’re actually Christian symbols, we’re talking about a number which is smaller than 1%. The possibility of Christians avoiding cross symbols when ornamenting is simply absurd.
    8. In the middle ages in Dalmatia, Bosnia and Serbia numerous wars were waged, mostly crusades against Arian Christians, during this time social-economic conditions were not ripe for erection of megalith necropolis.
    9. Depiction of ancient pillars of a temple in numerous megalith monuments additionally confirms the pre-historical origin of tombstones.
    10. Layers of humus on monuments which are today underground are between 30 and 80 cm, while on Roman monuments they are between 15 and 30 cm, which rather points to the Bronze age and not the Middle Ages.
    11. That burial under tombstones and under a mound was a custom from the Bronze age is depicted through the verses from the Iliad and Odyssey in which burials of cremation remains are mentioned, bodies in a heap on which a tombstone was placed.
    12. Tombstones are also mentioned in the Old Testament, which also points to the Bronze and Iron age.
    Published on Apr 17, 2013
    Stecaks are Stoneslabs indigeneous to Bosnia-Herzegovina. But one can also find Stecaks in southwestern Serbia, Northern Montenegro ( Sandzak/Raska ) and Southern Croatia. Though 95% of all Stecaks stoneslabs are located inside of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOdDEyVC0yA


    the stones look very old and weathered.... also reminiscent of carvings at Gobekli Tepe?


    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoYQ1vRI0nM


    I found this on Vinca culture which is connected to Turkish and Sumerian styles.....

    The Vinča Culture: ('Old Europe').
    The Vinca culture flourished from 5,500 (2) to 3,500 BC (4) on the territories of what is now Bosnia, Serbia, Romania and Macedonia. It got its name from the present-day village of Vinca, 10 km east of Belgrade on the Danube river, where over 150 Vinca settlements have been determined. There is no evidence of war or defences in the townships, and it appears that the Vinca were a peaceful society combining low-level agriculture with foraging and trade. They produced the first known European examples of a 'proto'-script and were the first people in the world known to smelt copper. They existed in a similar state for almost 2,000 years, following which they appear to have dispersed around the Mediterranean and Aegean.

    Vinča settlements were considerably larger than any other contemporary European culture, in some instances surpassing the cities of the Aegean and early Near Eastern Bronze Age a millennium later. The largest sites, some more than 300,000 square metres may have been home to up to 2,500 people. (2) We are told that they lived in spacious housing and separated their dead in nearby necropolis. They had workshops, which means skilled labour. They worked with several styles of pottery and had their own particular artistic fingerprint which is seen in both early Cretan and Sumerian cultures, which rose following the demise of the 'Old Europe' heartland.

    ......................Similarities to Other Cultures.

    What we have then is the record of a civilisation that flourished in Europe between 6,000 and 3,500 BC and which appears to have enjoyed a long period of uninterrupted and peaceful living. The 'Old European' Vinca pottery, artefacts and writing all show an immediately noticeable similarity to what was originally thought to be an earlier Ubaid Sumerian influence from the middle east. In addition, the Cycladian/Cretan cultures are suspected of having close close artistic and possibly religious connections with the Vinca. Both of these cultures appeared following the demise of the Old European Heartland, perhaps not so coincidentally, at the same time as several other important civilisations (Egyptian, Indus Valley, Western European, Maltese Etc) appeared in the prehistoric record.



    The Vinca pottery (above) is almost indistinguishable from Ubaid Sumerian.

    Several eminent archaeologists of the time (such as Childe, Hood, Vlassa, Maccay), were convinced that the Vinca had somehow been influenced or 'cradled into being' by the mistaken belief at the time that the Sumerians were the 'Mother race'. However, much to everyone surprise, more recent discoveries of earlier Vinca settlements have shown quite clearly that events must have occurred the other way round as the Old European settlements, along with writing, pottery, metallurgy and 'Ubaid' style art, date to a thousand years before the first Sumerian fingerprint, suggesting remarkably that it was actually a Western European culture that influenced Sumerian development.



    The Vinca sculptures (above) show strong symbolic similarities to later Cretan 'Mother-Goddess' figurines and what might be the earliest representation of an 'Omphalos'.

    Other similarities with cultures that followed the Vinca's demise have been noted such as the rise of the so-called Cycladic and Cretan cultures, where the new settlers arrived around 3,200 BC. with identical motifs such as the snake, intertwined with the bird goddess motif, the bee and the butterfly, with the distinctive motif of the double axe, are found both in 'Old Europe' and Crete. But the best evidence is in the writing of Old Europe and the 'Linear A' script of Crete, which are to all intents and purposes identical.http://www.ancient-wisdom.com/serbiavinca.htm

    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwPCiElTXpE



    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZUpfg0ASk0

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    Short video here definitely worth watching. Polygonal wall right in the middle of an Italian town.


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    This is great!

    Published on Apr 20, 2017
    Several locations have been suggested as probable idenfications of Aratta, now, there is firm evidence that it was in the region of modern Ukraine, north of the Black Sea and Sea of Azov.

    While many Western texts still refer to Sumer as being the oldest civilisation with writing, Ukraine has something far older. This was Aratta, recorded in the Sumerian epic tale Enmerkar and the Land of Aratta. This was the cradle of civilisation and Kamyana Mohyla was its most significant sanctuary. This is a very special place. It is the oldest known sanctuary-observatory in the world.

    Aratta is now recognised as having been the world's most ancient (known) civilisation. It developed in the steppes north of the Black Sea (in modern Ukraine) long before the Sumerian civilisation originated, and from there it radiated its culture into India, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Western China and across Europe. Relics of Aratta are increasingly identified in Ukraine.

    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImPSfcnlCiY


    ANCIENT HISTORY OF ARATTA-UKRAINE:
    20,000 BCE – 1000 CEl

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    watching the petra video....
    for a dry desert location is certainly has some incredible erosion going on....everywhere....
    i remember looking at photos of this site in the national geographic back in the 70's early 80's and being fascinated with it....but they didn't show many photos or even hint at the extent of its size

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