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When you think of the Maya ruins of Guatemala, you often think of the Great Plaza of Tikal, a city that was thriving between 700 to 800 AD with pyramids and palaces aplenty. The ruins are iconic, being one of the largest archaeological sites of the pre-Columbian Maya civilisation, covering more than 6 square miles and boasting an incredible 3,000 structures. Much like the Mexican site of Teotihuacan, compared to the relatively unknown Great Pyramid of Cholula, the ancient city of Tikal overshadows another superpower of the Maya, the lost city of El Mirador, which is today lost within the dense jungle of Guatemala. El Mirador, thought to be the ancient capital city of the Maya, rose to prominence many centuries before Tikal and flourished between the sixth century BC and the first century AD. As well as being the home of tens of thousands of people, it also had several thousand stone structures, including the tallest structure ever built by the Maya – La Danta Pyramid. Watch this video to learn more about the lost city of the Maya, as well as the thousands more structures that have recently turned up in LiDAR scans of Guatemala. History is being re-written.
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Bizarre Tribe – A Quest to The Pharcyde by Amerigo Gazaway Instrumental Version Unofficial Release © Gummy Soul Records (2012) Tracklist : 1 – Tour Guide 0:00
2 – Runnin’ 0:36
3 – Ya Mama And Stuff 5:38
4 – Soul Flower (We’ve Got) 10:24
5 – Bonita Keeps On Passin’ Me By 15:31
6 – Otha Otha Fish 21:40
7 – 4 Better Or 4 Worse 26:56
8 – Award Tour Guide 31:36
9 – Trust, Part II 32:08
10 – It Ain’t Nothing Like (feat. Kriminul) 35:52
11 – Interlude 40:16
12 – Lyrics 2 Let It Go 41:29
13 – Doin’ Time (Sublime feat. The Pharcyde) 44:31
14 – Pharcyde Of The Moon (Bonus : Bizarre Tribe feat. Black Moon) 49:45
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This is the Ganesha Ratha in India, a monolithic structure which was carved around 7th century A.D. What do you see? It definitely looks like A Rocket spacecraft, with a wide cylindrical base and a sharp aerodynamic top standing erect on the temple tower. Notice the similarity of the design to our modern day rockets sent into space. Remember that these carvings were done 1200 years ago, although we know that the first rocket spacecraft was launched only in 1957. There are no temples or structures whatsoever that resemble this cylindrical carving in Mahabalipuram. However, there is a perfect cylindrical tank made out of solid granite a few hundred feet away, which would perfectly hold something like this. This huge monolithic rock has been drilled to make a perfect cylindrical hole. Was this constructed to hold and launch a rocket? At the very top of the tower, you can see a strange figure with three antennas on its head. If it were only two antennas on the sides, we can easily dismiss it as a mythical figure with 2 horns. If you look closely, you can see that this is a helmet. A figure like this is not described anywhere in the Hindu scriptures or in other Hindu temples. Just to give you an example, this is a carving of a Hindu God, and this is definitely not a Hindu God. It must have been a very important figure, because they carved it at the very top. Could this be an extraterrestrial taking off using the rocket spacecraft? Note that there is a similar figure mounted right on top of the rocket spacecraft. If these are not ancient astronauts, what else could it be? But, this is a temple carved for the Hindu God Ganesha. That’s why it is called Ganesha Ratha. Why put an 8 feet Elephant God statue inside the temple if this is all about ancient astronauts, Right? Not really, it turns out that the statue of the Hindu god was placed inside the structure less than 50 years ago! No one knows what was originally inside. In fact, the name Ganesha Ratha itself was given shortly after putting in the idol 50 years ago. Before that time, people simply referred to this structure as the “Vimana” which means an “aircraft” in Sanskrit. Is this just a coincidence that the structure with a spacecraft and an astronaut carved on it was called a Vimana? For further proof that this entire structure was not built for religious purposes, let’s look into a similar chamber in another structure nearby. What is inside this chamber? Nothing! No carvings and no sign of any existence of statues installed, only a flat rock bed. What could have been inside 1200 years ago? What was the original purpose of making such extraordinary monolithic structures? If they had only managed to install a door made of solid rock or steel, they could have used it for a wide variety of activities including scientific experiments. But what if I told you that they did have doors installed? Look at the slots carved inside the chamber. These rectangular slots inside the entrance were obviously carved for doors. So, now we know that doors were used in these structures and they must have been removed at a later time. Remember that the entire structure is made of granite, which emits radon, a radioactive gas. Were these structures used for experimenting with radioactive material? This is definitely a possibility, as the thick rock walls would protect and prevent others from getting hurt. If an air tight steel door was installed in the doorway, it would have been an ideal place for testing radioactive elements. Let us get back to the carvings on the tower. We can see multiple faces carved within circles, like vignette photographs in a museum. Why are these faces carved on the tower? They are definitely not depictions of Gods. And these are not Indian Kings either. The Indian King Narasimhavarman who supposedly built this place has his face carved in a sphinx nearby that shows him with a big mustache and a round nose. These faces look very different from his face. What about these two faces? The one on the right looks very much like a Caucasian face. Note how similar it is to a photograph of a European or an American. Let us take a look at the entire monolithic structure. We can all agree that the entire Vimana has a very aerodynamic structure. Was it built as a model for an actual flying machine? After all, isn’t that what a Vimana means? In fact, archeologists agree they do not know the actual purpose of any of the many Vimanas or Rathas in Mahabalipuram. None of these Vimanas have a primary God’s statue inside them. So are all these Giant monolithic Vimanas, models for flying machines? What do you think?
A pair of Detroit natives have decided to combat neighborhood blight in a pretty sweet way — by transforming abandoned vacant lots in their city into honeybee farms.
Detroit Hives, a nonprofit organization founded by Timothy Paule and Nicole Lindsey in 2017, purchases vacant properties and remodels them into fully functioning bee farms.
“These properties are left abandoned and serve as a dumping ground in most cases,” Paule told HuffPost. “The area can be a breeding ground for environmental hazards, which creates a stigma around the city.”
Paule, a photographer, and Lindsey, a staff member for the health care provider Henry Ford OptimEyes, had been dating for some time before launching the nonprofit. Paule attributes their inspiration to a cold that he just couldn’t get rid of.
“I went to the local market that I normally go to, and he suggested that I try some local honey for my cough,” Paule said. “He said you consume local honey because it has medicinal properties.”
After he started to feel better, the couple also began to think about how urban blight contributed to allergies through overgrown ragweeds in abandoned areas. They put producing local honey and erasing urban blight together, and Detroit Hives was born.
To become certified beekeepers, Paule and Lindsey took two courses at Green Toe Gardens and Keep Growing Detroit. The duo bought their first vacant space on Detroit’s East Side for $340 with the help of the Detroit Land Bank Authority, an agency that works to redevelop abandoned properties.
“The land bank offers a community partnership program for nonprofits and faith-based organizations to purchase structures or vacant land from the land bank to put back to productive use,” Darnell Adams, director of inventory at the land bank, told HuffPost. “We encourage them to bring their visions and their proposals to the land bank so that we can give them access to land to implement them.”
Currently, Detroit Hives owns just the one farm, but they’re looking to expand in 2018.
Besides raising honeybees, the nonprofit aims to spread awareness about bees by hosting public tours of the farm ― they encourage community members to schedule an appointment ― and by traveling to schools in the Detroit area to speak with students.
“It was a little hard at first because most high-schoolers are afraid of bees or they really don’t care,” Paule said. “So I had to find a unique way to introduce bees to them. One thing they found intriguing is how each honeybee had a unique job.”
And of course, Detroit Hives sells honey to the public and to local vendors that use it to create products such as handcrafted beer and sauces. They’ve even created Bee Moji, an emoji sticker app.
While you’d think people would be concerned about thousands of bees in the area, the local community loves the bee farm, according to Paule and Lindsey.
“The neighbors love it. They say they wish we were there 10, 20 years ago,” Lindsey said. “That area has always been a place where people dump trash, so when we came there, we gave that area a sense of purpose. The neighbors keep an eye on the area to make sure that people aren’t dumping anymore.”
Detroit Hives’ tagline is “Work Hard, Stay Bumble,” fitting for a city that knows all about perseverance.
“We’re hustlers, innovators and thinkers,” Paule said. “Bees work really hard, and they’re humble. In Detroit, you have to work hard and be humble. It’ll take you far.”
Source – Huffington Post