Dan A. Davidison explains the basis behind Grebennikov’s findings and how certain insects really fly (levitate) linking how a spinning vortex creates a magnetic field counteracting gravity. It’s possible that an electrostatic effect is occurring too at the nano level.
Maybe Ancient Egyptians used this technique to build the pyramids.
A crazy, but good video.
Interestingly the Egyptians also worshiped the beetle bugs.
One of the oldest, most widely recognised gods through ancient Mesoamerica, is a being known as Tlaloc.
Worshipped as a giver of life and sustenance.
He was also feared for his ability to send hail, thunder, and lightning, and for being the lord of the element water.
Appearing in many forms throughout Aztec history, of usually water-dwelling creatures such as amphibians.
Could his roots actually date back to the so called “great deluge,” which has been noted in so many ancient religions throughout the world?
Although the name Tlaloc is specifically Aztec, worship of a storm god, far predates Teotihuacan, and is eerily similar to the Maya god Chaac.
Undoubtedly the most impressive depiction of Tlaloc which can be found anywhere, is his megalithic statue, found in the small town of Coatlinchan..
Clearly once a pilgrimage site, whats impressive regarding the statue is its size, weighing in at an estimated 168 tons, largest existing monolith in the Americas.
Made from Basalt, the workable stone for this monumental artwork, was at some point, transported to this spot in preparation for carving.
The question is, how did our ancient ancestors move such enormous lumps of basalt, similar in size to those of the Moai statues, synonymous with Easter island.
Why did this ancient people revere water gods so much?
Were these gods inspired by traumatic memories and legends, left to them by their ancestors? Possibly a surviving fragment of the once flourishing civilisation, responsible for so many now unexplainable sites, all over the world?
Intriguingly, according to Aztec belief, Tlaloc was a god primarily connected with meteorological phenomena, that were related to water.
In 1963, the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City, decided that the monolith should be placed at the entrance of the museum. The people of Coatlinchan eventually agreed to this request, on the condition that a government road, a school, and a medical centre, be built in their city.
On the 16th of April 1964, the monolith began its journey to Mexico City.
The Monolith of Tlaloc was transported on the back of a giant, purpose-built trailer, over a distance of about 30 miles.
When the monolith arrived in the capital, it was greeted by a crowd of 25,000 people, upon its arrival, the location mysteriously experienced an unusual storm…
Clearly an incredible ancient artefact, which we find, highly compelling.
Consider standing on a sunlit beach, with waves crashing in the distance. No matter the ocean that sprawls before you in this beautiful scene, lingering beneath the tranquility is a mystery that the world’s foremost experts can’t even definitively answer: Just how deep do the oceans get?
From Real Life Lore comes a primer on this topic, which contextualizes the ocean’s dark, cavernous depths by using famous landmarks to illustrate just how far down humans have explored, and where certain creatures live.
It turns out, the deepest anyone has ever scuba dived is 332 meters below the surface. That level, reached by Ahmed Gabr in 2014, was just 111 meters short of reaching the height of the Empire State building if it were submerged in water, upside down.
But even that is a paltry example of the ocean’s seemingly endless void. Once you enter the space below 1,000 meters, a.k.a The Scary Zone, all sunlight is drowned out, and if you aren’t already killed by the enormous water pressure at this point, it’s likely a giant squid would devour you anyway.
As you descend further into the all encompassing darkness, and pass ghastly creatures that lurk in the shadows, the sea does not become more forgiving: There’s the Abyssal Zone, which is home to the macabre looking creatures like the Anglerfish and Viperfish, and below that, the Hadal Zone, named literally after the fiery pits of hell.
Perhaps most telling of the infinite mystery belying the ocean, is the science world’s lack of intel on the ocean’s floor: Only 5% of the ocean’s floor has been accurately mapped.
The argument over an anciently lost civilization rages on but could the discovery of new geological formations prove there was once a continent that hosted an ancient prehistory advanced civilization.
Mysterious civilizations and lost cities are peppered throughout history.
From the lost city of Eldorado, to the biggest missing civilization of all Atlantis. Many groups of people have said to have existed and then disappeared leaving no trace. Only reappearing in stories, myth and legends. One such place all be it lesser known was or is Lumeria. What was Lumeria when was it lost and more importantly has this lost kingdom just been rediscovered?
We recently covered the impressive ancient dwellings, known as “Dolmens,” which can be found littering most of the European countryside.
Enormous ancient structures, which we feel, were left by a surviving, less capable branch, of an earlier civilisation, still possessing advanced knowledge allowing them to build with such stones.
Surviving remnants of the group, we also believe, were responsible for the masterfully constructed ancient ruins, which can be found upon the same continents.
Additionally, this era within human history, was the inspiration for an animated tv show, namely “The Flintstones.” Curiously, the flintstones, dubbed, “the modern stone age family,” could indeed be mistaken for a lost advanced civilisation.
Did the makers of the flintstones know something we are currently unravelling, regarding the builders of the flintstones homes? Namely the dolmens? Or is it all a mere coincidence?
Some of these dolmens still possess, as yet unexplained evidence, which flies in the face of academics worldwide.
Sites such as the Dolmen of Menga, found near Malaga in Spain, this massive Dolmen, one of the largest megalithic sites in Europe, is a prime example of the unexplained features, which defy current explanation.
The dolmen is 902 feet, long, 20 feet wide, and 115 feet in height, it was built with thirty-two megaliths, the largest of which, weighing over 200 tons.
Nearby, is another impressive dolmen, known de veira, discovered between 1903 and 1905, by brothers Antonio and José Viera from Antequera, this site also possesses some of the most impressive megaliths, to be found in any dolmens anywhere in Europe.
Who built these incredible structures? How did they build them?
La Roche-aux-Fées, in the French department of Ille-et-Vilaine, in the Brittany region, was named after a legend claiming that the stones were brought by fairies, this clearly inspired by their inexplicable nature.
A name of “fairy rock” was given to many French dolmens or covered walkways.
Regardless of whether our own theory is correct, the still surviving features of many of these ancient dolmens, is clearly in direct contradiction with attested theory.
Further alternative study is desperately needed, of structures, we find, highly compelling.
Scientists have discovered a number of surprising reasons which could make some people so attractive to nasty biting bugs such as mosquitos and some of what they have discovered could help these people avoid the irritation of a bug bite in the future.
Mosquitos Prefer Heavy Breathers
Firstly, exercising outside in the hot weather is a serious no-go for those people seeking to avoid mosquitoes. The insects are very attracted to heavy breathers, specifically, the amount of carbon dioxide that they inhale. They are also very interested in lactic acid which is given out during exercise and which settles as sweat on the outside of the body.
This makes people particular targets for mosquitos during exercise such as a quick jog around the block. It also appears that mosquitoes are more attracted to stale sweat than fresh sweat and therefore it is a good idea not to let the aftereffects of an exercise routine linger if the insects are buzzing about.
Mosquitos Are Obsessed With Drinkers
It is also a good idea to avoid drinking alcohol outside. Increased ethanol content in the sweat and the breath of a drinker is known to attract the pests.
Other things can also attract mosquitoes which are largely outside of anyone’s control. The microflora (the bacteria colony) of the human body varies widely from person to person. In some people, the mixture of bacteria is especially attractive to mosquitoes whereas the bacterial composition of other people’s microflora is repellent to them.
Unfortunately, there is a not anyone can do to change their microflora and nor can some unlucky people change their blood type which is another major factor in determining mosquito attraction. Mosquitos seem to prefer A and O blood types and leave those with AB and B types alone. The reason for this is a complete mystery.
Whichever one of these factors is contributing to making mosquitoes to a particular person, there are things that they can do to repel the nasty insects. A number of natural remedies are available including lemon and eucalyptus essential oil, lavender essential oil, thyme leaves oil and tea tree oil. Citronella candles can also be very effective to stop mosquitoes and other annoying insects from coming inside the house.
The safe, natural cure that Big Pharma doesn’t want you to know about!
Everybody needs something to help them get through pains caused by injuries and illness sometimes, however, a lot of the drugs sold in pharmacies are filled with dangerous chemicals.
One of the best all-natural painkillers is wild lettuce. While it is not as well known as it should be, it is probably already growing your backyard! Wild lettuce has been known for centuries in the natural remedy and alternative medicine community. Some people historically have called it “poor man’s Opium”.
Dr. Mercola had a great explanation of the benefits of wild lettuce:
“If you’ve suffered anxiety, headaches, or muscle or joint pain, you might already be familiar with wild lettuce. It’s also effective at calming restlessness and reducing anxiety, and may even quell restless legs syndrome. When using a wild-lettuce supplement, take 30 to 120 milligrams before bed.”
There is a great deal of real world experiences to prove that wild lettuce is effective in treating a large number of ailments. It can help with anything from muscle and joint pain to whooping cough. In the book “A Modern Herbal, Volume 2”, it is mentioned that Dr. Collins “stated that 23 out of 24 cases of dropsy were cured by taking doses of 18 grains to 3 drachms of extract in 24 hours.” Accordingly, many people use it as a means to treat insomnia as well.
That being said, it is, of course, necessary to take care when ingesting any kind of medicine. One should try it out slowly at first and see how the body responds. Prescription painkillers have well known terrible side effects, and opting for this natural alternative may be a better route for many people. Wild lettuce is able to help in so many cases because it has a numbing effect much like that of opiates, although without the risk of addiction.
In order to use wild lettuce, one simply finds some and takes the white milky substance from within. This is then used as is shown in in the following video:
Of course, this raises the question of why this great natural cure is not more widely known. The answer, unsurprisingly, is Big Pharma. When something is as easy to locate and use as wild lettuce, there really is no way for Big Pharma companies to make any money off of it. Pills on the other hand are very profitable for corporations, as are the addictions they often lead to.