Many thousands of years ago there was a nuclear war between the ancient inhabitants of the Earth by the Asuras and space aliens, which led to environmental disaster and change of conditions of life on our planet.
In ancient times there was a nuclear war between earthlings and aliens?
There are many confirmations of this hypothesis. On Earth found a lot of traces of radiation. In animals and humans, mutations occur that cause Cyclopes (Cyclops one eye is over the bridge). From the legends of different Nations can learn about the existence of Cyclops fighting with people.
Second, radiation causes polypodia – doubling of chromosomes, which causes gigantism and doubling bodies: two hearts or two rows of teeth. Scientists are regularly on the Ground the remains of giant skeletons with a double row of teeth.
The third area is radioactive mutagenesis mon-golodnostep. Although now this race on Earth is the most common, but previously Mongoloids was much more – they met in Europe and in Sumeria and Egypt and even in Central Africa. Continue reading
Speaking of “painted rocks” on Tom, we usually remember the Tomsk pisanyza. But it is only the first of eight located on this site. For forty-seven kilometers down stream of the Tom river here there’s a cave with petroglyphs arrays: Novoromanovskaya I and II, Cool I and II, the Hanging Stone, Nicholas, and closes ensemble Totalsa Pisanitsa. Doctor of historical Sciences Igor Kovtun says: “This last is a rocky massif on the Bank of the river Tom is also the last North-Western the location of rock paintings in Central and northwestern Asia. Further, to the Urals, nothing like that no more…”
What attracted our ancestors this place?
On one of the sections of its flow Tom as if making a circle, changing course and contrary to common in Siberia from South to North – begins to flow from North to South. In the myths of many Siberian peoples to the South associated location of the Upper world, the dwelling of light forces, rebirth after death. It is in this place and is Novoromanovskaya Pisanitsa. Continue reading
Padua is a city very ancient. He grew up in the IV century BC from a conventional, simple fishing villages. By joining the Romans against the Gauls, the city became part of the Roman Empire in 45 BC and reached a high economic level under Augustus. Among the famous natives of Patavium Roman historian Titus Livy. Here flourished the processing and trade of wool. At the end of III – early IV centuries pedancy adopted Christianity. A thriving city is almost not affected from the Huns in 451, however, in the 601 year was almost completely destroyed by the Lombards. The neighborhood began to zavolochitsy, most residents chose to leave this region. The revival of Padua after the return to the city residence of the Bishop of Charlemagne (774 year). In the beginning of the twelfth century Padua was a free community. In 1222, Padua was founded by the University, the second in Italy, which was visited by teachers and students from all over Europe. In the sixteenth century the University began to prosper – here he taught mathematics Galileo Galilei. Both Dante and Petrarch stayed in Padua. However, the most profound mark in the history of Padua Saint Anthony left. Since the urban commune (this is the second half of the XIII century) marked the heyday of Padua. Continue reading