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Spirit Science 5 - Keys of our Past. Lost years of Jesus. The Emerald Tablets of Thoth the Atlantean. Dr.

The Emerald Tablets of Thoth the Atlantean

Doreal, who has a connection with the Great White Lodge, which also works through the Pyramid Priest-hood, was instructed to recover and return to the Great Pyramid, these Ancient Tablets. This was accomplished, but before returning them, Doreal was given permission to translate and retain a copy of the wisdom engraved on the Tablets. The Emerald Tablets of Thoth the Atlantean - 1. Forbidden History. The water we drink, the food we eat and the air we breath are not items that should ever be hung over the heads of humans as items in which we are forced to work as slaves in order to acquire by the few who have turned them into tools to invoke slavery. Times are tough but they will become tougher as we continue down this deadly cold spiral into oblivion.

Have you had enough? If your answer is anything but yes then you are already doomed to a life of dependency. A dependency which can only end in sorrow, suffering and the inevitability of death. Do you want to die in misery or do you want to die on your feet fighting for everlasting freedom? More can be learned at- ­rld/1. Ancient Forgotten History. Ancient Civilizations. Native American. Gallery of mystery.

Klaus Dona: The Hidden History of the Human Race March 2010 Part 1 of 5. ECETI James Gilliland Dec 17 2010 Update, Ancient Gods & Jesus. Duffy's Cut Mass Grave in Pennsylvania: Did Irish Immigrants Die of Cholera, or Were They Murdered? Count of St. Germain. An engraving of the Count of St.

Count of St. Germain

Germain by Nicolas Thomas made in 1783, after a painting then owned by the Marquise d'Urfe and now apparently lost.[1] Contained at the Louvre in France[2] The Comte de Saint Germain (born 1712? [citation needed]; died 27 February 1784)[3] was a European courtier, with an interest in science and the arts. He achieved prominence in European high society of the mid-1700s. Prince Charles of Hesse-Kassel considered him to be "one of the greatest philosophers who ever lived".[4] St. His birth and background are obscure, but towards the end of his life he claimed that he was a son of Prince Francis II Rákóczi of Transylvania.

Background[edit] The Count claimed to be a son of Francis II Rákóczi, the Prince of Transylvania, possibly legitimate, possibly by Duchess Violante Beatrice of Bavaria.[8] This would account for his wealth and fine education.[9] It also explains why kings would accept him as one of their own. St. Historical figure[edit] England[edit] St. Marcahuasi and San Pedro de Casta Meet the New Age. I first heard about San Pedro de Casta because the village is the access point for Marcahuasi, an allegedly ancient archeological site high in the arid western slopes of the Peruvian Andes.

Marcahuasi and San Pedro de Casta Meet the New Age

Here, people claimed, humans had lived for 10,000 years and left behind sculptures that depicted the various races of humanity and a wealth of other oddities. My discovery of the village's existence happened at a peculiar spot in Lima in the mid 1970s. I was in one of the downtown tourist shops near Plaza San Martin, looking for an ancient jungle weaving that I had heard may have been for sale in one of the boutiques.

Such weavings were purported to represent an old language that used mathematical symbols, developed by an antediluvian culture that thought in mathematical terms, unlike our present cultures that express language with phonetic and pictographic alphabets. Metal detecting in Texas. Central Texas site holds North America’s oldest proof of human settlement, researchers say. A Central Texas floodplain has yielded what its discoverers are calling the oldest credible evidence of human settlement in North America — going back as far as 15,500 years, 2,500 years before the people once accepted as the first Americans.

Central Texas site holds North America’s oldest proof of human settlement, researchers say

Near Buttermilk Creek, about 15 miles north of Georgetown, researchers from Texas A&M and Baylor universities found nearly 16,000 stone flakes, projectile points and tools in a soil layer that they dated to the end of the last ice age. Their article on the five-year excavation appears Friday in the journal Science. “This makes the … site the oldest credible archaeological site in Texas and North America,” said Michael Waters, the lead researcher and director of Texas A&M’s Center for the Study of the First Americans. That assertion and other conclusions reached by the Texas researchers may be open to challenge, however.

Other North American sites with pre-Clovis artifacts have been dated as much older. Clovis technology Soil testing. Caves of Wonder. A series of massive caves was recently discovered in Vietnam.

Caves of Wonder

The passage into the caves is about 300 feet wide and nearly 800 feet tall. And that's just the lobby. Inside the depths of the largest of the caves sits a real live jungle! This is potentially the largest cave in the world, and it was only recently discovered. What an incredible and awe-inspiring discovery that speaks to how little we really know about our world. The Top Three Zombie Outbreaks in American History. Like vampires, zombies are great opportunists.

The Top Three Zombie Outbreaks in American History

So it comes as no surprise that zombie outbreaks often happen in the wake of natural disasters. Combine disasters with warm climates and you truly have a recipe for a major outbreak, as the following stories prove. Key West, Florida, 1935 On Labor Day, September 2, 1935, a major hurricane bore down on the Florida Keys, a string of islands separating the Gulf of Mexico from the Atlantic Ocean. The hurricane, one of only two Category 5 storms ever recorded in the United States, made landfall at Key West, the most populous of the keys. As day turned to night, heavy rains and winds of over 150 miles an hour rolled over the island, destroying virtually everything standing. Within days, FVZA troops from all over the south converged on Key West in a variety of sea craft.