The Ancient Ruins Of South Africa - Adamscalendar Mystery! : Ancient Mysteries I'm well aware that there are some posts spread on the forum about these extraordinary ancient ruins in and around the South Africa region. My idea was to combine some earlier posts, by Kris75 & Cricketine's with some of my own findings... * I have heard before of The Adamscalendar and the Tens of Thousands other ancient ruins, but today the connection for me came a little closer to understanding... These mysterious ancient ruins consist of dwellings, forts, temples roads, irrigation systems and agricultural terraces that cover thousands of square kilometres. There is an overwhelming consensus by scholars, academics and even mystics that southern Africa is the cradle of humankind and that this is where the first humans walked the Earth before migrating to the distant corners of our planet. Southern Africa holds some of the deepest mysteries in all of human history. These circular ruins are spread over thousands of square kilometres.
Visitors Among Us Real UFOs - The latest UFO videos and News from all over the world ufo video photos ovnis ufos ovni: Underground Pyramid ET Base in Nome, Alaska? I highly recommend you take time to listen to this interview on Coast 2 Coast AM, where Linda Moulton Howe talks about the possibility of a pyramid, underground in Nome Alaska. The story eerily reminds me of the Artic ET base from the XFiles movie. Linda's investigative work on this is exceptional, as it has been over the last decade. For further reading, visit her website Earthfiles.comInvestigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe shared the latest Earthfiles news on heat, drought, fires, the electric universe, and a mysterious pyramid structure that may exist in Alaska :Please fast forward on the video to 1:17:50 for the story: The story:In a two-part report, Linda interviewed retired U. S. Continue reading this at Earthfiles Note: If someone could point out the correct Latitude settings on google earth for the Pyramid that would be great! c2c, earthfiles, ets, linda, underground bases, Rate this posting: (rating: 0 | 0 votes | 5301 views)
Border agent laments Mexican gang members entering U.S.: 'Why are we letting him in here?' Border Patrol officials are swamped by the number of minors crossing illegally into the United States and frustrated that they can’t turn away known Mexican gang members. Chris Cabrera, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council Local 3307 in the Rio Grande Valley, said that confirmed gang members in Mexico — including those from Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) — are coming into the country to be reunited with their families, National Review reported Friday. SEE ALSO: Border Patrol changing diapers, heating baby formula for surge of children “If he’s a confirmed gang member in his own country, why are we letting him in here? … I’ve heard people come in and say, ‘You’re going to let me go, just like you let my mother go, just like you let my sister go. He said that the only way to solve the problem was to implement harsher restrictions on who can be allowed to cross. “Until we start mandatory detentions, mandatory removals, I don’t think anything is going to change. Mr.
Internet privacy decision by Supreme Court comes today The incident caused the province to issue a warning letter to 90 people whose data may have been compromised. Shutterstock When should your internet provider be able to give police the name and street address attached to your internet address without a warrant? Canada's top court is set to release its decision on that today, something that could have implications for the government's proposed cyberbullying legislation. The Supreme Court of Canada is deciding on whether to accept the appeal of Matthew David Spencer of Saskatchewan, who says his rights were violated when his internet provider gave police the real identity attached to his IP address, a series of numbers representing a person's internet identity. Spencer was charged and convicted of possession of child pornography after a police officer saw files being downloaded to his IP address. Spencer appealed the decision. Privacy on internet vs. real world Fraser said that is comparable to what happens in the real world.