Sacred Geometry may be popular online, but the natural world favors certain shapes for a reason.
In 1999, the expedition of Russian scientists led by Professor ER Muldasheva found that the top of Mount Kailash is actually a giant man-made pyramid from ancient times. It is surrounded by more than 100 other small pyramids and various monuments, clearly oriented to the cardinal points. According to tentative estimates, the height of the rest of the complex of pyramids lie in the range 100-1800 m (for comparison: the pyramid of Cheops – 146 m). This complex, moreover, might be the centre of a worldwide system connecting other monuments or sites where paranormal phenomena have been observed. If this is true, then human history has to be re-written. It is larger than any pyramid known today. Scientists headed by Professor ER Muldasheva concluded that the complex of pyramids Kailash, the so-called “City of the Gods“, was built by the representatives of advanced civilization
This list of weird creatures includes the unknown, unexplained, unidentified – and just plain terrifying. The pictures of weird creatures found all over the planet (and the Internet) will make you squint and ask, “What the hell is that?” Videos of them get circulated everywhere, from random no-name blogs to national and international news networks, giving everyone a chance to make their own quasi-educated (thanks to TV and movies) predictions regarding what scientists and Internet skeptics will find out. The video below made a compilation of 10 odd creatures, video below:
Encode Project Proves that Materialists Had Gotten Ignorance Down to a Science; Junk DNA is No More!
The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) launched a public research consortium named ENCODE, the Encyclopedia Of DNA Elements, in September 2003, to carry out a project to identify all functional elements in the human genome sequence. Recently they announced some science shaking results.
Historians have uncovered in the British Library in London letters written in 1776 that describe a 40ft-high pole which once stood at the centre of Silbury Hill. Europe’s largest man-made mound.