The Mysterious Crystal Skulls

According to a Mayan legend, there are 13 crystal skulls in the world with strange powers, which represented a mysterious deity. What is their true meaning?

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 · 22 Jul 2024
The Mysterious Crystal Skulls
Early 1900s. During the exploration of South America, a famous English archaeologist and explorer, F.A. Mitchell-Hedges, known as "Mike," who was passionate about pre-Columbian civilizations and searching for traces of Atlantis, met a French orphan girl named Ann le Guillon, whom he adopted and took with him. Upon arriving in Honduras in 1923, the explorer encountered the ancient ruins of a Mayan city called Lubaantun. Four years later, in 1927, the now twenty-year-old girl was celebrating her birthday. During a walk in the area where the excavations were taking place, she was attracted by a peculiar glimmer emerging from the ground in fr...

Rising From the Ashes

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 · 21 Jul 2024
Rising From the Ashes
The couple walk down the street holding hands as they go home from a wedding. Very obviously in love, the younger lady turns to her husband, saying something that makes him smile. "Dear, I think that was a beautiful ceremony, don't you? Miki-chan and Yuu-kun looked so happy... almost as happy as we were when we got married." Her husband puts his arm around her, embracing her. They stood that way for a moment, before they both realize that it is getting late, and they should be getting home. As they walk on, he comments, "I was surprised at how mature Koishikawa looked. She has certainly grown up in the last few years since our marriag...

The Drogan Schedule

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 · 21 Jul 2024
The Drogan Schedule
From: Timothy Groves <groves_ca@yahoo.co.uk> Subject: [Macross][FanFic] The Drogan Schedule X-Original-Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 22:21:35 +0000 Disclaimer I don't own Macross. If I did, I would be far too rich to be bothered writing fan fiction. Prologue Trailing mists like some great bird, the VF-1A Valkyrie cut cleanly through the cloud cover and into the clear air below. The sun was just rising behind Seraph 210, burning across Sora's shoulder and illuminating the black and white Valkyrie. Far below her feet, through the wonders of the holographic cockpit, Sora could see the jungle of Viet Nam, mostly untouched by the Zentra...

Several engravings of pharaohs have been discovered underwater near Aswan

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 · 21 Jul 2024
Several engravings of pharaohs have been discovered underwater near Aswan
During a recent underwater exploration in the southern portion of the Nile River in Egypt, researchers discovered valuable rock carvings dating back to the era of the pharaohs of the New Kingdom and the Late Period. The discovery was made near Aswan, one of the most well-known locations in Upper Egypt. The expedition was carried out by a team of Franco-Egyptian archaeologists engaged in exploring the area that was flooded between 1960 and 1970 due to the construction of the famous Aswan Dam, which provides Egypt with a certain degree of energy independence not reliant on oil consumption. Before the flooding, UNESCO had attempted to docume...

The Enigmatic Spheres of Costa Rica

In the Central America a mysterious civilization carved incredible and perfect granite spheres and positioned them according to a precise astronomical arrangement: but when? Why? How? Too many questions hover around the "Bolas"

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 · 21 Jul 2024
Costa Rica is a lush, tropical land: the spheres were found in the middle of the jungle, in an area
Costa Rica: a country located in Central America, covering just 50,000 square kilometers, yet even this small strip of land contains mysteries comparable to those of other, more renowned pre-Columbian origins. This country is known for its enigmatic stone or granite spheres scattered throughout, especially in the capital, San José, which today have become monuments decorating squares and gardens. Unfortunately, the locals do not appreciate the historical and archaeological importance of these timeless monuments, while tourists from all over the world come to this country not only to dive into the splendid Caribbean sea but also specifical...

Communication book: Get to the Point: Sharpen Your Message and Make Your Words

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 · 20 Jul 2024
Communication book: Get to the Point: Sharpen Your Message and Make Your Words
Here are lessons from "Get to the Point: Sharpen Your Message and Make Your Words Matter" by Joel Schwartzberg: 1. Clarity is Key: Communicate your message clearly and concisely to ensure understanding and retention by your audience. 2. Know Your Audience: Tailor your message to the needs, interests, and knowledge level of your audience to maximize engagement and effectiveness. 3. Focus on Core Message: Identify the main point or takeaway of your communication and ensure all supporting details reinforce this central idea. 4. Eliminate Fluff: Cut unnecessary words, phrases, and information that do not contribute to your message. Concisenes...

The Delhi Pillar, the invincible Pillar of Destiny

Is the iron pillar that has resisted rust for 1600 years made of Damascus Steel?

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 · 20 Jul 2024
The Delhi Column is made of a special iron-phosphorus alloy not unlike todays high-strength Corten s
The term OOPARTS refers to objects that don't fit into the official chronology established by human history. These are objects that, for various reasons, shouldn't exist: either because there was no technology to create them at the time, or because their temporal placement deviates by millions of years from the commonly accepted theories about the course of human events. Finding a metal vase in a coal mine dating back to the Permian period, an era before the dinosaurs, seems "impossible" to scientists, who then have to draw the necessary conclusions. The most frequent outcome is that the OOPART (Out Of Place ARTifact) ends up in a...

WeatherZine #29

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 · 20 Jul 2024
WeatherZine #29 Number 29, August 2001 "What's happening on the Societal Aspects of Weather WWW Site." WeatherZine is a bi-monthly on-line and e-mail distribution newsletter for the Societal Aspects of Weather Site. It contains a summary of recent changes to the site (along with links to relevant sections), and news, events, and announcements of interest to the community. WeatherZine, and its parent WWW site, accept and encourage the submission of activities, events, or links of interest to the community. You can use the on-line forms in the Feedback section or can send an email to thunder@ucar.edu with the item you would like to see ...

WeatherZine #28

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 · 20 Jul 2024
WeatherZine #28 Number 28, June 2001 "What's happening on the Societal Aspects of Weather WWW Site." WeatherZine is a bi-monthly on-line and e-mail distribution newsletter for the Societal Aspects of Weather Site. It contains a summary of recent changes to the site (along with links to relevant sections), and news, events, and announcements of interest to the community. WeatherZine, and its parent WWW site, accept and encourage the submission of activities, events, or links of interest to the community. You can use the on-line forms in the Feedback section or can send an email to thunder@ucar.edu with the item you would like to see po...
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