Divine Atlantis! Beautiful are your mountains and valleys, the voices of your nymphs.
Virgin are your dances, white fonts. Here the all-perfect goddesses bathe, hiding from mortals the mysterious beauty of the celestials, who are blissfully rejoicing in the Kingdom of kingdoms.
Here, on the Solar Throne, sits Hera, Queen of Theogamy. The pinnacle of wisdom of the Atlantic white elders.
Staritsa (in direct translation) Hera-the fat mountain, the Lord’s mountain, the House of God’s mountain, the Blessed mountain. Still an unattainable peak on the way to the Atlantic Olympus to the Christian Kingdom. Continue reading
Zone 51 is a secret US military base that has not been mapped on any map of the world. Here, according to many ufologists and scientists, are the wreckage of alien aircraft and their bodies. In addition, research and testing of ultra-modern aircraft and weapons using alien technology is carried out here. Until recently, this base, located in the Nevada desert, was the biggest secret of the American government. The road leading to it is always quiet and deserted. For more than a hundred kilometers, a person will not meet a city, a locality, or a single sign. Only on the approach to the base itself begin to catch the eye of huge shields that warn “uninvited guests” from further progress, because there is a forbidden zone ahead.The approaches to Area 51 are patrolled by special military seal units. They drive white Cherokee jeeps with government license plates and try to avoid contact with visitors, unless, of course, the latter are overly curious. Continue reading
The threat to go to the gallows may seem unnecessarily harsh for stealing a book, but this is just one example of a long-standing tradition of book curses. Before the invention of the printing press in the West, the cost of a single book could be enormous. As explained by the scientist-specialist in the middle Ages Eric Kwakkel, theft of books in those days were more like stealing a car today. Today there is a car alarm, and then there were chains, chests and.. curses.
The earliest such curses date back to the seventh century BC. They are found in Latin, the languages of various European Nations, Arabic, Greek, and other languages. Curses existed in some cases even in the age of printing, gradually disappearing as books became cheaper. Continue reading