Montag, 24. Mai 2010

Human sacrifice discovered in Peru

A temple with a tomb has been discovered in which for thousands of years has remains of human sacrifices in it. It was uncovered by archaeologists in Peru. The finding was near the town of Chiclayo, while excavations were started back in 2006.

Opening up the archaeological site, evidence shows that the complex belonged to people believed to stem from God Naylamp. He is considered the founder of the Lambayeque civilization that in the 8th century BC had inherited a dilapidated Moche culture, announced "National Geographic".

The temple complex is now evidence that the heirs of God Naylamp existed.

Lambayeque advanced culture has been known for their high skills in the field of irrigation. Irrigation means to transport water by artificial means to places where it is scarce or missing.
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Birch talismans agains negative energy and depression

Birch is one of the most useful trees for humans, say Russian experts in the study of energy crops.

For centuries, many nations called the birch the tree of life and connect it with fertility and magic. Birch twigs were used to fertile ground, but also animals and even newlyweds.

In all European countries, baby swings over the centuries have been made only from birch wood, as it is a symbol as protection from all disasters - both physically and spiritually.

It is invaluable in disenchantment. Birch twigs in Spring are considered very powerful talismans.

Such Mascots chase away the pain and diseases and protect children from disease and bad eyes. Sick or convalescent people can feel a lot better if they liaise closely with the tree.

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Dispelled are the myths that slaves built the Egyptian pyramids

Egyptian pyramids were not built by slaves but by workers.

Archaeologists came to this conclusion in Egypt, after being close to the tombs of the most famous pyramid of Cheops, reporting that workers were involved in building it. The findings are extremely important since the current theory is that the pyramids were built by slave labor.

The logic of the experts is this: if slaves were involved in the works, then the Egyptian rulers would hardly give their salute to bury them in graves near the pyramid and themselves.

Scientists also believe that no more than 10 thousand workers built the Great Pyramid.

The Egyptian Council on antiquity suggests that these people were fully insured. According to archaeologists, they were generously fed, as wealthy families from the Delta were se...[ More ]

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