Mexico – Beach-side Ancient Mayan City And Step Pyramid

 

Here is a great destination to add to your bucketlist – Tulum, A beach-side Ancient mysterious Mayan Pyramid, a pre-Columbian Maya walled city and a port.

There are at least 60 Mayan ruins that can be found throughout the ancient city which is fortified by three walls, two watchtowers, and a 12 meter Caribbean Sea cliff-side. Among the structures we can find a step pyramid built by El Castillo using unique elements of traditional Mayan architecture,  There is also the Temples of the Wind (Templo Dios del Viento), Diving god (Descendente Templo del Dios), of the Frescoes, and Initial Series. Houses of the Platforms, Halach Uinic, Columns, Chultun, and of the Cenote.

 

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Researchers believe Tulum is a very important site in Mayan history for the worship of the Descending god Kukulcan, otherwise known as the Feathered Serpent, Quetzalcoatl to the Aztecs. According to Joseph Smith, Zama is also known as the City of Zion. He claimed this before any modern excavations of the site, during a period when Tulum could only be seen peaking out of the tops of palm trees.

 

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Artwork reliefs and symbols throughout depict scenarios closely resembling those found in the Paris Codex – and also in the Bible. Some of the paintings in particular appear to tell the story of death and resurrection of Jesus. Another unanswered mystery about Tulum is the presence of ancient stele, one dating to around 564 CE, nearly 700 years before construction began on the fort. Two theories give ideas to how this might be possible logically, either the stele was brought later or the city was rebuilt on several occasions up until its abandonment during Spanish invasions.

 

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7 bizarre Christmas Traditions From Around The World

 

Christmas in its current traditions with Christmas trees and chubby red Santa Claus is fairly new, and was preceded by much more bizarre practices, some of them exist today around the world – so if you are all about bizarre  traditions, this list is for you :

 

Austria:

Krampus, A demon that frightens children unless they behave –

Think about the most horrible monster you can imagine, a kind of combination of a goat with a demon, and now tell about him to your children during Christmas.  During Christmas in Austria that’s totally normal. Krampus is a kind of anti-Santa Claus, a terrible beast with horns, dark hair, sharp fangs and a necklace with bells. Additionally, he is walking around with a set of clubs purposed to beat naughty children.

 

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The baddest ones he is dragging with him back to hell. This creature created in German folklore,in order to make children afraid, if Santa Claus showering sweets on children who behaved well this year, but will not do anything to the ones that did bad, Krampus is the one who came to teach a lesson to the naughty kids.

 

Germany and the United States:

Look for the pickle –

Originally people used a real pickle, but because of the fear of losing it and rottenness, it has changed to a decoration in the form of pickle that is hidden a Christmas tree. The finder receiving either a reward or good fortune for the following year. No one is certain what the is the source of this tradition,there is a speculation that just as Santa Claus –  a marketing move designed to boost sales of pickles.

 

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Greece:

Kallikantzaros, Goblins with a weird name –

A race of goblins (demons) who lived underground where they try every year to collapse the “World Tree” in order to destroy the whole world with him. According to legend, on Christmas morning, just before they finish to cut down the tree, they can go up the surface and do damage to humans.

 

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For 12 days they can roam on earth, but on Friday in January they have to go underground and begin again the work of cutting of the tree. Only problem is that during their absence, the has been completely healed.

 

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Catalonia Spain:

Poopy Christmas –

Caganer is a character who depicted always when he takes off his pants and defecates. Caganer (“shitting” is a Catalan) tradition originates from the 18th century at least, and is used as a very legitimate decoration in Catalonia and throughout Spain.

 

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As part of the “Nativity”, in Spain they tend to recover all of Bethlehem, and not just the tent where the baby Jesus was born. Here one can find a washerwoman, a shepherd, and of course the figure of the shitting man that became a phenomenally popular.

 

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Ukraine:

Let’s celebrate with spiders –

“The legend of the Christmas Spider” is an Eastern European tale of  made to explain why we decorate the Christmas tree. A poor widow living in the hut with her children, one day  an acorn fell on the floor of the cabin and took root. The children were happy that finally they will have a Christmas tree in the up coming winter and took a very good care of tree. But when Christmas arrived they became sad because they had no money to decorate it properly. They went to sleep, and woke up and found that all the tree covered with spiderwebs. When they opened the cabin windows and sunlight hit the webs, they turned into gold and silver, and they lived happily ever after. And that is why Ukrainians decorate the tree webs and spider toy.

 

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Italy:

Bafena the Witch –

Imagine that instead of Santa Claus, a witch on a broom arrived in a delay of 11 days. That’s how children celebrate Christmas in Italy, on January 5 comes Bafena the witch on a broom, She puts candy into the socks of good children as gifts, and coal or wood sticks into bad boys socks as punishment. For exceptional good children she even cleans the floor, as she sweeping all the troubles of the past year. Overall a lovely woman.

 

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Iceland:

Christmas cat that will probably kill you –

In Iceland there is a particularly cruel folklore telling about the Yule Cat. It’s a huge cat like monster that is  lurking at the vast plains of snow during Christmas and crushing and devouring those who have not received new clothes as a holiday present. The legend was created essentially to expedite the processing of wool shorn from the fall until Christmas Eve. Those who complete the task will receive new clothes, and those who did not, the giant cat come to devour them.

 

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Social Media – A Weird Creature Found in California

 

A series of photos of an alien-like creature, apparently discovered in San Jose, California were posted to social media sites.

 

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“I heard something scream at like 11:30 last night and went on my side yard and found this thing,” Facebook user Gianna Peponis wrote. “It was dead when I found it.”

 

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The area that creature was discovered known as UFO hot spot, as locals reports. 

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Bali, Indonesia – Underwater Temple Garden

 

Located near Bali, Indonesia – there is a mysterious and impressive under water ancient Hindu temple like structure that was built as part of a recent environmental conservation program.

 

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According to Paul M Turley, the owner of Sea Rovers Dive Center in Pemuteran, Bali, the temple site named Taman Pura (Temple Garden) was created in modern time.

 

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Consisting of ten statues and a temple structure, the project was in addition to a number of bio-wreck dive sites and a Reef Gardiners reef conservation project funded by the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAid).

 

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A brochure from Reef Gardiners said the site was “somewhat of an engineering feat” with more than ten large stone statues resting on stone plinths and a four-meter-tall temple gateway that had been lowered to a depth of 29 meters.

 

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Ancient Kabbalah Secrets Of Megalithic Sites Construction Revealed

 

In ancient Jewish legends, written evidence and literature, there are references of a mystical creature or a substance called Shamir that had the power to cut through hard stone, iron and even diamond.

According to Hebrew legends, King Solomon used that knowledge and substance/creature to build the First Temple in Jerusalem.

 

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Some Jewish scholars Interpret the Shamir as a rare worm like creature, others claims it’s a very thin substance – like a human hair, that’s how it can cut very delicate and complicated projects.

When used,It says that the Shamir cut and melts the material simultaneously, what seems to fit a lot of world wide ancient mysterious building techniques, like in the Middle East Asia and South Central America, that we still trying to figure them out today.

 

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Some are claiming that the Shamir was actually a laser beam, used in ancient machine given to the Jewish leaders by ancient aliens. They based this theory on the fact that it’s mentioned in several sources that the Shamir was kept in a lead box. It’s known that lead was and still is the only material protecting from laser beam radiation.  Immanuel Velikovsky argued that the Shamir was essentially radioactive material found in nature, such as radium.

It’s very interesting that there is a connection between Solomon’s Temple and ancient megalithic techniques, since it’s well know that the Templars Knights and Freemasons are also connected to the Temple with mysterious building techniques and worship.

 

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