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Re: [Ancient_History_Expanded] 13 World Mysteries Without Explanation

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  • katsscan
    This does not look like a cave wall?? But the same type of framework, not mosaics were anciently called wattle and daub and made from wood and used for
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 16, 2013
      13 World Mysteries Without Explanation
      This does not look like a cave wall??   But the same type of framework, not 'mosaics'
      were anciently called 'wattle and daub' and made from wood and used for building wall
      frameworks, originally created anciently by Caucasians, for building construction, still
      found buried in the Aegean, Mediterranean coastal and island areas, ad infinitum.
      Nowadays we use chicken-wire and plaster - or cement for the exact same purposes.
      images of the ancient Sheenies (Gaels/Greeks called 'Irakis' and Scythians).
      By the way, first 'Chinese' (Sheenies) were these same Caucasians, called Gaels
      and Kore/maidens and Kouros/men, whose later descendants mixed a bit with
      Aborigines along coastal and southern sites.
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      From: Drou
      Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2013
      Subject: [Ancient_History_Expanded] 13 World Mysteries Without Explanation

      World Mysteries Without Explanation
      January 29, 2013

      Chinese mosaic lines 
      These strange lines are found at coordinates: 40°27’28.56″N, 93°23’34.42″E. There isn’t much information available on these strange, yet beautiful mosaic lines carved in the desert of the Gansu Sheng province in China.
      13 World Mysteries Without Explanation
      Some records indicate they were created in 2004, but nothing seems official. Of note, these lines are somewhat near the Mogao Caves, which is a World Heritage Site. The lines span a very huge distance and yet still retain their linear proportions despite the curvature of the rough terrain.
      Pyramid power
      Teotihuacan, Mexico. Embedded in the walls of this ancient Mexican city are large sheets of mica. The closest place to quarry mica is located in Brazil, thousands of miles away. Mica is now used in technology and energy production so the question raised is why did the builders go to such extremes to incorporate this mineral into the building of their city.
      Were these ancient architects harnessing some long forgotten source of energy in order to power their city?
      Pyramid of Atlantis/Under Atlantic -- note statue of female sphinx on left.
      Scientists continues to explore the ruins of megaliths in the so-called Yucatan channel near Cuba. They have been found for many miles along the coast. American archaeologists, who discovered this place, immediately declared that they found Atlantis (not the first time in history, underwater archaeology).
      Now it’s occasionally visited by scuba divers, and all other interested can enjoy only in surveying and computer reconstruction of the buried water city of a millennium age.
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