Ancient humans fought using nuclear weapons
Scientists have increasingly come to believe that many thousands of years ago there was a nuclear war between the ancient inhabitants of the Earth by the Asuras and space aliens, which led to environmental disaster and change of conditions of life on our planet.
There are many confirmations of this hypothesis. On Earth found a lot of traces of radiation. In animals and humans, mutations occur that cause Cyclopes (Cyclops one eye is over the bridge).
From the legends of different Nations can learn about the existence of Cyclops fighting with people.Second, radiation causes polypodia – doubling of chromosomes, which causes gigantism and doubling bodies: two hearts or two rows of teeth. Scientists are regularly on the Ground the remains of giant skeletons with a double row of teeth. Continue reading
The most interesting places in Mallorca.
Mallorca is very developed in terms of tourism. Largely on the attractiveness of the island is influenced by its wonderful nature. Although the island itself and not the same large size, but there are a large number of natural national parks, more than forty nature reserves. Strikingly it combines sea, mountain rocks, trees, valleys and numerous coves with clear waters…
From the mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana, the highest point Puig Major- more than four thousand meters above sea level – open to classic mountain paintings. Here, in this mountainous part of the island, is a small beautiful town of Valldemossa, Deia and Soller. In the North of the island, except the mountain beauty, stretching for hundreds of miles, and also the superb beaches such as Port de Soller harbour Sa-Capable and Tuen. Continue reading
CALLANISH SCOTTISH STONEHENGE
The stones and arches of Stonehenge indicate the points of sunrise and sunset and the moon as they move in the course of the year . During the transition from winter to summer the Sun rises every day a little further North than the day before, and reaches the northernmost position at the summer solstice; this provision noted the Heel stone, which was set with striking for that time (2000 – 1500 BC) the accuracy of 0.2°. During the transition from summer to winter every day the Sun rises a little further South than the day before, and reaches its southern most position at the winter solstice; this position is marked by arches. The points of sunrise and sunset in the vernal and autumnal equinoxes are also marked. Thus, in total, six positions of the Sun.
Quite similarly and the Moon rises every night in different points of the horizon, but its movement from the extreme Northern to the extreme southern position occurs much faster than the Sun: two weeks, not six months. Continue reading