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3 days ago

Megalith Research

Inside the Matosavank
• This small 750 year old Armenian Church is hidden in the forests of Dilijan National Park in the Tavush Province of Armenia.
• The vaulted ceilings and stone walls remain surprisingly well intact after so many centuries: built during the Orbelian Dynasty, early 13th century CE.
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I was there and i met the holy spirit. It was amazing. Theres something in the air

The crosses depict something interesting, what was the darker cross in the cavity on the wall? Has no green on it.

Beautiful..

All green on the inside. Great.

just needs a little pressure washing LOL JK

It looks like it was under sea for years

would love to visit armenia.....it's on my list!

My Beautiful Armenia 🙏❤️

Amazing!

Thenk.

that is so wow to see,👍👍💞💕🥀😀,

Ooohh, Armenia sacred sites are now on my list 💜👁🌍

I've seen those boxes before in Luthor's notes...

Ye olde house of lies

Spéciale dédicace à Fabienne et Pascal

3 days ago

Megalith Research

House of Taga on Tinian
- Northern Mariana Islands
Southeastern Pacific

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Çok güzel bir yer 🙂

Beautiful

So how long does it take to scatter these stones like this? And to erode them, assuming they had a more finished look?

Amazing 😮

1 week ago

Graham Hancock

I enjoyed being interviewed by Tony Moss and hope you will find interest in the controversial points we covered. Interview just released but filmed 21 April hence out of date references to my appearance on the Joe Rogan show "tomorrow" and to an upcoming event with Rick Strassman "in May".INFO: Graham Hancock website grahamhancock.com/ Graham Hancock on Wikipedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graham_... Graham Hancock on Twitter https:... ... See MoreSee Less

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Another great interview! 🙏🏽

Looking forward to viewing this!

Meditation teaches that through careful observation of the mind one can see consciousness as a sequence of conscious moments rather than a continuum of self-awareness. Each moment is the experience of a specific mental state: a thought, a memory, a sensation, a perception. A state of mind is born, exists, and, being impermanent, ceases to give way to the next state of mind that arises. Thus the consciousness of a sentient being can be understood as a continuous series of births and deaths of these mental states.

Thank you for sharing your thoughts, experience and knowledge with us. I greatly appreciate it. After 6 years of smoking / vaping, I am going to have the opportunity to actually work with DMT through an Ayahuasca experience. I cannot wait.

I completely agree with the opening statement that anything extraordinary in technology regarding ancient civilizations is immediately accredited and ascribed to extraterrestrials, but when you acknowledge that the upright walking ape has been around the block much longer than what academia suggests, then the whole picture becomes meaningful and less of a fairy tale. Good job señor Hancock.

Pure wisdom beautifully interviewed. Real talk...the one that really matters. Merci !! 🙏

What’s amazing for me is that most everyone has met a small creature in their vision that guides them. Everyone has the same description of this.

I’m sure most will. You’re a fascinating tell, sir. Cudos 🍻

Love these guys!

Was there, it was great!

Great!!🌟✨

You’re awesome!

The audio needs to be cleaned up. I like it but, the audio is very dirty with high pitched in the background. This needs to be remastered to get rid of it. Any one capable to?

So it's interesting that you advocate for the free use of Cannabis in society, yet you admit that part of the effects in your experience, and also in mine, is sometimes a form induced psychosis i.e. severe paranoia and deep suspicion of others. My experience has been exactly the same, hence the reason I stopped using it almost 20 years ago. How is this then beneficial in society? Is it not probable that society as a whole may become paranoid and suspicious?

If a Supernova happens in our time Ayahuasca & Magic Mushrooms will be needs to re stimulate Memory & Instinct....

All these different states dmt and ayahuasca put people in are the biblical false heavens with evil beings for example astral, mental, esthetic and etc, pretty much you are getting knowledge of good and evil which is always bad from the kingdom of hell wings like Zeus, Enki, Krishna, Ra... I learned the hard way, Jesus Christ is the only way... too much trickery in these false kingdoms and all a ploy to capture your soul by Satan. King Ra and Horus bow down to Satan

Amazing

I am wondering, aside from the ritual element of Ayahuasca, do you think there is a difference when consuming the whole of the plants and extracts?

Wonderful.

You're a superstar Graham ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤

Come to Connecticut! Yes I know, why you ask? Just do it!

Yeah, that's the word: Controversial. That's the dark truth of this narrow-sighted, corporate-driven world we live in. And yet, it's not considered controversial to talk about alcohol. Tobacco has thankfully been seen as poisonous in the eyes of a growing number of people, but it's still more accepted to talk about real toxins as "food" than what clearly isn't. Just because it's "mind altering". Spirituality is not a sin, it's what we are without these biological machines we call bodies! DMT is not a toxin, it's already a part of us. Our ancestors knew this, so I have no idea how we came to believe otherwise. Are we so afraid to think for ourselves that we need an authority to tell us what is wrong or right? It's a power given to (in this case) an entity that you neither know, nor has your best interest in mind, think about that. Free will might be an illusion, but an illusion worth keeping. Fight for it. This is your life. Your body. There are some don'ts, but I believe that most people can understand that it involves not hurting others around you. But beside that, live while you're here. None lives forever, and that's the whole point. Outside is the void - and that shit is eternal.

Are you having any events or talks in the north of England at all Graham?

high pitched

1 week ago

Megalith Research

The 'Llama Terraces' from above
- Choquequirao, Southern Peru
We see this part of the "sister site to Machu Picchu" in a whole new perspective.

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The Llama Terraces from above
- Choquequirao, Southern Peru
We see this part of the sister site to Machu Picchu in a whole new perspective.

Image: ©Julio Valencia Filmmaker

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Its a rice terraces right??same in philippines but its bigger 🙄

So beautiful and very functional I love it ❤😎

Stairway to the heavens

That is some beautiful view

Some animals depicts on the terraces..only for arial view? Can explain this?

there is more terasses in the forest

Las Terrazas de Choquequirao es una estructura muy bella con las llamas incustradas en cada terraza y funcional, ya que tienen escalinatas para ascender a la cima. Me encantaria visitar el lugar .Gracias por compartir.

Staircase of the gaints

Gloria Belanger

They look like stairs

সিঁড়ি স্বর্গে

I love Peru too!

Marcelo De Carvalho

Que belleza

Esplendido!

Interesante. Es como cuando se hacían los dibujos animados de hana Barberá. Es decir los incas intentaban darle movimiento a la llama. Fenomenal

Maravilla en el Perú

They were really into Minecaft back then!

Very interesting

Ana Pilar GA

It is all about catching the optimum angle of the sun. With a few hours of sun because of the higher mountains, this was built with this in mind. The higher levels were necessary.

Yo quiero ir!!!

Marialé Vizcarra

Waykis Pacha Q Marce

1 week ago

Megalith Research

Temple of Hathor at Dendera

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Temple of Hathor at Dendera

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I always wonder how they were able to accomplish All the that they do without all the Modern Equipment

A true wonder amazing beauty ❤😎

Wonder why they made the doors so huge and the ceilings that high?

It's a libary

Gracias por esta foto se puede apreciar en su completa magnitud la belleza de estos tesoros arquitectónicos

Wissenschaftler behaupten es ist vor 12-15.000 Jahren gebaut, oder kurz nach der großen Flut, dabei verschweigen dass unsere Zivilisation zu dieser Zeit im Steinzeit war. Nur weil alles aus Stein gebaut wurde...?! aber womit, mit welche Werkzeuge und Maschinen können dies heute bauen? Wen sie das beantworten, dann erkenne ich sie als Wissenschaftler.

Tu risques de bien kiffer cette page Eric Bied-Charreton

Новодел из бетона с обвалившейся штукатуркой.

Beautiful!

I wonder how they do it

Els Deketele 🤩

1 week ago

Megalith Research

View from atop Machu Pichu, Peru

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View from atop Machu Pichu, Peru

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So awesome and so beautiful ❤😎

Just got back! It’s a magical place!

Love places like these wow

What a picture from A. Marisco ! 🙂

we are heading there in May...birthday present for both of us

Siempre bello e imponente! Machupuchu

Wonderful place, make sure you are fit.....

That Face

Awesome

رائع وجميل

Very cool lens flares. Beam them up Scotty.

Fuck Yeah Jacques Chirac

Mohamed Youssef

Turn the picture anti-clockwise 90 degrees... coincidence?

♥️

Lotta tourists

Amazing

Just throwing this out there....does anyone notice the the other mountains around Machu Pichu? All pointed on top. Seems the top of Machu Pichu has been flattened. Has the debris ever been found in the surrounding area? Just a thought...

Beautiful scenery

Machu pichu le reste d'un village après le super tsunami qui a ravagé le continent américain avant sa découverte par Christophe colombos cette catastrophe naturelle changer la géographie actuelle et disperser les indiens et le reste englouti dans les deux océans pacifique et atlantique malheureusement la phénomène va frappé de nouveau ? 🌏📈📉🔔🔭🔬

Калоян Динев

1 week ago

Megalith Research

360° View of the Sarcophagus of Ahmose
a 27th Dynasty scribe credited highly for his Mathematics.
- Temple of Taffa, anceint Nubia
Now on free of charge display at Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden, Netherlands; this was a gift from Egypt for helping to preserve and relocate historic buildings and treasures that would have been flooded by the construction of the Aswan Dam.

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360° View of the Sarcophagus of Ahmose
a 27th Dynasty scribe credited highly for his Mathematics.
- Temple of Taffa, anceint Nubia
Now on free of charge display at Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden, Netherlands; this was a gift from Egypt for helping to preserve and relocate historic buildings and treasures that would have been flooded by the construction of the Aswan Dam.
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Donna Pradith

hmm...who has done it ?

I Like the inside design .. looks like they portraiyed his aura

Cherie' Joubert

zwiał?

All pagan monuments being studied by anti pagans who in first place destroyed it.

how long the science will hide the falling of the corrupted government of ancient Egypt .Thanks for the slavering 😀

I've been to Aswan Dam and on the reservoir. Also seen the island the buildings were moved to.

Good save, they're rock work still amazes me and always will. I can't polish a rock.

2 weeks ago

Megalith Research

Wabet Kiosk - Ptolemaic period (1st BC)
- Temple of Hathor at Dendera
During the New Year's Festival the golden statue of the Ba (soul) of Hathor was brought here from a crypt below the temple where it was kept throughout the rest of the year. The statue of the Ba was brought here to be anointed, clothed and completely prepared for its journey to the roof of the temple, which took place on the eve of the Egyptian New Year (thought to be our modern September 11th). Atop the temple, it would be rejuvenated by the rays of the New Year sun. The Pharaonic calendar was calculated in 4241 BC by the ancient Egyptians and is claimed to be the oldest, still working, calendar in the world.
The ceiling of the Wabet depicts an image of the temple as a Hathor head within a square which is placed on the hieroglyphic sign for horizon, which is flanked by two heavenly sycamore trees. One can see that the temple is being touched by rays of the rising sun on the first day of the ancient Egyptian New Year.
The sun is shining from the lap of the sky goddess Nut, after having finished the nightly travel through her body which stands arched over the world and a mass of stars. The wave pattern on Nut's dress symbolizes the cosmic river on which the sun has traveled after she swallowed it in the evening.

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Wabet Kiosk - Ptolemaic period (1st BC)
- Temple of Hathor at Dendera
During the New Years Festival the golden statue of the Ba (soul) of Hathor was brought here from a crypt below the temple where it was kept throughout the rest of the year. The statue of the Ba was brought here to be anointed, clothed and completely prepared for its journey to the roof of the temple, which took place on the eve of the Egyptian New Year (thought to be our modern September 11th). Atop the temple, it would be rejuvenated by the rays of the New Year sun. The Pharaonic calendar was calculated in 4241 BC by the ancient Egyptians and is claimed to be the oldest, still working, calendar in the world.
The ceiling of the Wabet depicts an image of the temple as a Hathor head within a square which is placed on the hieroglyphic sign for horizon, which is flanked by two heavenly sycamore trees. One can see that the temple is being touched by rays of the rising sun on the first day of the ancient Egyptian New Year.
The sun is shining from the lap of the sky goddess Nut, after having finished the nightly travel through her body which stands arched over the world and a mass of stars. The wave pattern on Nuts dress symbolizes the cosmic river on which the sun has traveled after she swallowed it in the evening.

Image: ©Rafael Sanz Hurtado

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that look;s good,l love how they did that ,,👍👍👍👍🥀💕,

❤ I love it 😎I would love to spend the night there ❤❤❤

Graciela Dellafortuna

Bien

Beautiful ceiling

possibly Depiction ofearth, firmament sun and moon.

So september 11th is ancient egypt new year hunh ? That's interesting

L'11 Settembre era l'Equinozio dAutunno nel Calendario bisestile Giuliano.

Everyone in the walls were "ereased".... ¿?

NB: September, 11

Wunderschönen

2 weeks ago

Megalith Research

Luxor Temple Entrance

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Luxor Temple Entrance

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🇪🇬🇪🇬🇪🇬

Beautiful

Beautiful

Been there. Beautiful.

Lakh-Shar.

They had great lighting 3,000 years ago

А где перевод на столбе посмотреть?

Difficult to understand how they built these beautiful objects that have weathered the test of TIME!

Impresionante

Beautiful place. Very serene at various times of the day

Sad. Years ago tourists brought millions of dollars to the area. Today, you may get killed if you visit.

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