October 8, 2014 at 9:41 pm #43053
On Mount Shoria in southern Siberia, researchers have found an absolutely massive wall of granite stones. Some of these gigantic granite stones are estimated to weigh more than 3,000 tons, and as you will see below, many of them were cut with flat surfaces, right angles, and sharp corners. Nothing of this magnitude has ever been discovered before. The largest stone found at the megalithic ruins at Baalbek, Lebanon is less than 1,500 tons. So how in the world did someone cut 3,000 ton granite stones with extreme precision, transport them up the side of a mountain and stack them 40 meters high?
For years, historians and archaeologists have absolutely marveled at the incredibly huge stones found at Baalbek. But some of these stones in Russia are reportedly more than twice the size.
Archaeologist John Jensen is mystified by these ancient ruins, and the following is an excerpt from a post on his personal blog
The super megaliths were found and photographed for the first time by Georgy Sidorov on a recent expedition to the Southern Siberian mountains. The following images are from Valery Uvarovs Russian website.
There are no measurements given, but from the scale depicted by the human figures, these megaliths are much larger (as much as 2 to 3 times larger) than the largest known megaliths in the world. (Example: The Pregnant Woman Stone of Baalbek, Lebanon weighs in at approximately 1,260 ton). Some of these megaliths could easily weigh upwards of 3,000 to 4,000 tons.October 9, 2014 at 4:01 am #43054
Odd, natural outcome to my smiling practice, I suppose. Right now I feel very quiet. After reading a tremendous amount over the last few days, now my thoughts just melt.
Reminded that I’m a fool, slowly realizing as much. Smiling while a tear shines down my nose. It’s nice to be embarrassed and grateful; it’s nice to silently laugh at myself.
My last birthdayI couldn’t have avoided tears if I had tried, which I did not. I sat there, reading the quotes and looking at the pictures in the book that two of my sisters had put together for me, and I laughed so beautifully. Do you know what it is like?
Yosemite, North America
Sacsayhuaman, South America
October 9, 2014 at 6:24 am #43056
Yeah, I think it clear that many ancient civilizations were more advanced than today’s population gives them credit for.
Moreover, if we take today’s society, driven by fast-paced frenetic workholism, one has to wonder if this is so incredibly more intelligent than the more relaxed, less caffeinated approach of our ancestors. In some ways, I would argue they were more advanced. Technology isn’t necessarily an adequate measure of high vibration.
And, yes, your experience is one shared by many of us in the spiritual community, although many lack the courage to share. It is an awareness of the profoundness of life . . . and that is a good thing. Feel joy in knowing that many do not even have that level of awareness. 😉
If today is your birthday, have a happy one. 🙂
StevenOctober 9, 2014 at 9:37 am #43058
The Bimini Road, sometimes called the Bimini Wall, is an underwater rock formation near North Bimini island in the Bahamas. The Road consists of a 0.8 km (0.50 mi)-long northeast-southwest linear feature composed of roughly rectangular to subrectangular limestone blocks. Various claims have been made for this feature being either a wall, road, pier, breakwater, or other man-made structure. However, credible evidence or arguments are lacking for such an origin.
-http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bimini_RoadOctober 13, 2014 at 12:02 am #43060
If today is your birthday, have a happy one! Your wish was received fully from the perspective that they are, perhaps, simultaneous occurences. In the spirit of birthdays, here are a few of the gifts that I just unwrapped:
“Natur never makes enny blunders. When she makes a phool she means it”
– Josh Billings
I shall take this harp of my life. I shall tune it to the notes of forever. ♥ ~Rabindranath Tagore (Image: “Blossoms to Stars” by Wen Hsu)
He whom I enclose with my name is weeping in this dungeon. I am ever busy building this wall all around; and as this wall goes up into the sky day by day I lose sight of my true being in its dark shadow.
I take pride in this great wall, and I plaster it with dust and sand lest a least hole should be left in this name; and for all the care I take I lose sight of my true being.
Tagore, from GitanjaliOctober 14, 2014 at 2:38 am #43062
New Cassini photo of Saturns moon Iapetus shows the satellites dark and light sides as resembling the yin and yang symbol in Chinese philosophy. Image via NASA/JPL Caltech/Space Science Institute.
This is something that I’m working with:
Saturn is in 26 Degrees Scorpio.
“You tend to release emotional energies only very reluctantly. This is partly due to your fear of what horrible calamity might occur should they be released — your emotions are terribly complicated and intense. Try not to repress these energies entirely, however, or you will succumb to negative and destructive forms of compulsive behavior. Give yourself the freedom to look awkward or silly once in a while. The relief you feel will be quite therapeutic and the embarrassment (whether it is real or imagined) will pass quickly.”
“Young people often have a mania for more and more information. But mere accumulation is not enough. The more you take in, the more that data needs to be managed. Without that, you have encyclopedic knowledge and miniscule wisdom.
True wisdom is a qualitative value built on a quantitative foundation ”
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