This movie is an ode to idiocy. A sarcastic view of society, which has become so consumerist and with a decrease in the desire to make the new generations think… Sad and desperate even to think of an evolution of this magnitude in stupidity, in the lack of scruples, in the almost animalistic experience of society… It’s a slap to us all, in order to focus attention on what surrounds us and not get carried away by superficiality, by the disposable… Balance has never been more necessary than it is today… The garbage mountain range, also an extension of a problem that is debated nowadays and that must be mitigated and resolved, so that future generations can not only learn, but also execute and improve processes… The stupidity of TV, with programs where the need to think is nil, where momentary pleasure abounds is also focused, ironically… It’s a silly comedy, but it raises big questions, which should force us to introspect… I highly recommend it, for an exaggeration that I hope will never even rub against reality.
If you have one bucket that contains 2 gallons and another bucket that contains 7 gallons, how many buckets do you have?
Another take in the G.I. Joe saga and this time we go up back to the beginning!
It’s a pretty cool adventure movie, but sometimes the cogs of the story get stuck at certain moments… With all the action/adventure/fantasy blockbusters that we have been gifted over the last few years, with such an improved narrative, the existence of these blockages leaves a bitter aftertaste…
Nonetheless the action scenes are amazing and the photography it’s also great!
And, last but definitely not the least, the everlasting Tokyo, Úrsula Corberó, has the fantastic Baroness!
Abandon ego. Practice selflessness. Strike with honor.
Many times (almost always) every time we watch a documentary or we read a history book, we take that information as if was a concrete fact without questioning anything about it and we assimilate as if it were the absolute truth.
In this case, today we will talk about the pyramids and some data quite interesting.
Official history tells us that the pyramids of Egypt were made by slaves sent to be built tombs for their pharaohs (Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure). It is estimated that they were made approx. 5,000 years.
So let’s review how the pyramids are built having consider the Great Pyramid.
It is made up of 2,300,000 stone blocks ranging from 2.5 to 60 tons. 60 tons … it would be like moving the weight equivalent to 12 trucks together…
So what does the official story tell us? That the pyramids were built by slaves in a period 20 years approx. If we calculate the speed with which the stones should be placed taking into account the 2,300,000 stones, while they worked 10 hours a day every day of the week, 365 days a year, they had to put one stone on top of another every 2 minutes … A stone every two minutes … Stones ranging from 2.5 tons to 60 tons …
Another interesting fact about the pyramid is that if we see it from its highest point, the tip of the pyramid is offset by 6 millimeters from the base! 6 millimeters of error … after putting 2,300,000 stones at a height of almost 150 meters … Not even our most “modern” buildings have that precision, in fact, we are very far from matching that.
Researchers say the pyramids were built as graves. When they discovered the pyramids they had to use dynamite on some to enter because there was no entrance anywhere. Upon entering they found the sarcophagus with an earthenware of various tons on top that sealed it, but when they managed to get it out there there was no mummy inside. What is the explanation they gave?… Tomb desecrators! S,o in theory, the defilers got in (who knows how since there was no entrance to the pyramids) they raised the earthenware of several tons (I wonder how) they took out everything there inside, they put the china back, and they left… It has no sense.
Another interesting fact is that we know that the Egyptians painted hieroglyphs EVERYWHERE …
They told us EVERYTHING about their life, even how they bathed … but in NOT ONE SIDE tells how they made the pyramids. And more importantly … THERE WAS NOT ANOTHER hieroglyph painted inside the pyramids!
We know that the pyramids are aligned with the constellation of Orion…
They tell us that the slaves built the pyramids using ramps, pulleys, copper tools, wooden logs, etc. and the “funny thing” is that today with all our current technology it would be impossible for us to make a replica of the pyramids with that immense precision possessed by those of Egypt.
The official theory is as the sentence goes: a theory, nobody assures how the pyramids were built, moreover, every time there are new theories in the archaeological world. Anyway we see in the History or Discovery or in the books of history as they speak as if the official theory were fact.
Let’s continue in Egypt with the Sphinx
Have you ever thought how the Sphinx was made? Obviously one would think that it was assembled in parts but it is not like that, the sphinx is a SINGLE CARVED BLOCK… And how did they move such a weight? I don’t think they had one of these in those days.
Even with the most powerful crane we have today, we could not move that weight we can barely lift even more do pirouettes in the air… and especially while we are in LA ARENA … but it seems that Egyptian slaves moved that weight as they pleased.
The statue of Ramses II
When they found the statue of Ramses II on the ground they decided to move it just to build the Ramses Museum. But it turns out that the monument is a solid block of approx 1000 tons. So when they realized that it was going to be impossible for them to move the statue without cutting it into pieces they decided to build the museum around where the statue was located.
Let’s move on to the The Mortuary Temple of Seti I (aka The Temple of Osiris), in Abydos
LOOK AT THE FOLLOWING 5 IMAGES and the drawing:
What can be appreciated is not a painting … it is a carving. And this drawing seems to be carved with several centimeters of depth, that is, if we cut a piece of stone the drawing would still appear … Scientists have no idea how they did it, they say that the drawing is BURNT on the rock, there is no way that we can do that today.
The Flower of Life
“The Flower of Life is a secret symbol created by the inscription of 13 circles of the Flower of Life. By doing this, one can discover the most important and sacred model in the universe. “ A symbol that we find in all parts of the World. Da Vinci dedicated many studies to him
If we go to China to the “Forbidden City of China”, we find ourselves with the “Lions of Fu”
And what is under the claws?!…
Let’s go back to Egypt A submerged “city” was recently discovered near Alexandria called Thônis-Heracleion.
Many ancient cultures viewed the lion as the guardian of the knowledge! How many similar monuments we see in cities daily, but it all comes from an ancient tradition.
It’s obvious that it can’t be a coincidence… If we go from Egypt to Mexico… At the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacán…
We can see that their shrines were also aligned with the constellation Orion!
And that even the dimensions of the base of the pyramids are similar!!!
So how can it be that 2 cultures that according to the history books had nothing to do with each other and lived at different times build semi-identical monuments aligned with the stars? It would be a lot of coincidence… But it obviously doesn’t end here, it’s not even close to beginning… Hundreds of similar constructions between different cultures can be found in all parts of the World.
Let’s look at the Mayans and the Balinese (Indonesia)
All over the planet we can find pyramids!!!
Pyramids in China
The Chinese government denies the existence of the pyramids and even planted vegetation in one of them to try to hide it but they couldn’t hide it forever anyway. Who knows why they don’t want the world to know.
Pyramids in Italy
There are many archaeologists, scientists, researchers, etc. that are trying to bring this out into the open and there are others who CLAIM that the supposed pyramids are just natural mountains …
Please don’t tell me that the natural mountains lined Nature with Orion…
Submerged pyramids have been found in Yonaguni (Japan)
When they did carbon dating of the coral that formed under the pyramids from the moment of sinking gave them that: pyramids submerged about 10,000 years ago…
Pyramids in Antarctica
When I found out about this I thought it might be another one of the “things” that one sees on the internet but, researching more on the subject, I was surprised the number of archaeologists talking about this and I found a report on the RAI channel which surprised me. Scientists are alarmed that Antarctica is melting faster than they thought and beyond the consequences that that may bring us… and it is revealing incredible secrets to us.
A lot of things are coming to light lately, who knows what we can get to find out soon. Clearly we still don’t know our own World … Not what happened on this planet so many thousands of years ago … or maybe some do know?
300 ENIGMATIC PIECES IN THE JUNGLE OF ECUADOR In 1984 an impressive discovery in the jungle of Ecuador, in the Cueva de los Tayos, in a town called La Maná, convulsed the world of forbidden archeology, while – for course- they once again concealed the fact to keep us in the historical amnesia with which they always want to “sleep us”.
Pay attention to the latter… This piece is called the “Black Pyramid of the Son of the Creator“ It is so called because the translation of the inscriptions in the stone says: “The son of the creator comes from here“! The stone is black and white, with a brick pyramid with thirteen levels recorded on it. There is also a cleverly inlaid eye on top of the pyramid.
Something interesting, if we turn off the light and apply ultraviolet light …
But if you think this is interesting, wait until you see what its found when the stone pyramid it’s turned over:
The constellation of Orion
Clearly Orion meant something very important to the ancient civilizations But that’s what I was going for with this particular case … We really don’t know anything about what happened thousands of years ago…? Or if are there people who do know? Let’s take a good look at this next pyramid…
Have we not seen thousands of times the symbol of the pyramid and the eye?
Both the dollar pyramid and the mana artifact count with 13 steps! “The pyramid and the eye” is one of the symbols used by the current freemasonry…
Clearly this symbology dates back thousands of years and who knows how many thousands of years ago … Will it be that a few were passing the knowledge of generation after generation for thousands of years? What happened to all those ancient cultures so advanced? Did the Egyptians build the pyramids?… Or the pyramids already were there when the Egyptians arrived? Simple coincidences? … Or was there an ancient global civilization a thousand years ago? Or even some certain knowledge that was applied by all cultures through time?
This was taken from a PDF sent to me a few years ago which, its author, unfortunately, was not identified.
I was loved archaeology mysteries and what came to my mind, when I read this nowadays, was the funny thing that there are still so many archaeological findings wrapped in mystery…
So, I hope you enjoy this post and, if by some funny circumstance you are the author of this crazily awesome compilation of historic mysteries, please contact me!
“Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man’s desire to understand.”
It hurts whoever it hurts, the reality is that we are very much to blame for this…..Despite a legislation that “encourages” the facilitatism, we do nothing against it, on the contrary, we follow it, because otherwise we get “problems” to ourselves. However, we forget that facilitatism, despite pleasing students and parents (and the country as well), does not promote knowledge or quality. So we are not helping, quite the contrary. Helping is not the same as pleasing. If someone has an accident and needs (e.g.) physiotherapy, these exercises hurt and cost a lot… There is no pity, they have to be done, for the good of the person…With school it’s the same thing , we have to demand, even if it hurts, because the results will come later. There’s no pity and arranging “strategies” that are just a way of throwing sand in your eyes (results strategies are easy… effective knowledge strategies are what’s difficult). It’s necessary to demand from the students and not feel sorry for them (in terms of grades)… Then the result is that the students have grades (but not the corresponding knowledge), they enroll in secondary school, then discover they “never did have any teeth” in them. When the exams arrive, the debacle is even greater, as they are not prepared for it. Generally speaking, they blame the “exams”, and the opinion of the less “enlightened” is then to end the exams. This is not a solution, it will only cover up a reality. It is necessary to fight this reality and not hide it… And the fight must pass with more national exams. Only then will there be homogeneity of knowledge at the national level, only then will students become more committed, only then will teachers be concerned with effectively preparing students and not giving grades, based on theories of the bullshit that the commitment has to be seen… You have to look at the participation… You have to look at the enthusiasm… You have to look at the socio-economic reality and other nonsense. These things ARE important, but never as important as KNOWING AND KNOWLEDGE. This is not how we help students, nor is this how we prepare them for the harsh reality of society and the world of work. I would like to see what the great advocates and supporters of those theories would say if one day they were (e.g.) going to put the car in a garage and the car left the same (or worse) than when it entered. They couldn’t and wouldn’t have the right to complain about anything, because possibly the person in charge of the workshop would use the same arguments as they did…“But the mechanic STRIVED… And was EXCITED to do that. He spent the entire afternoon around the car… Poor, he’s poor, the family has difficulties… The father comes home (when he arrives) drunk… If the car was not fixed, he has to be patient… He is very participative here in the workshop and very friendly…» Of course, this example can be extended to the most varied activities and professions… Even those of teaching…. Imagine the “upholstery” of some of these future teachers… They won’t get there, some say…. We’ll see, we’ll see…..
This is how the world famous Taj Mahal was made, based on a Shiva temple by artists from India, Turkey, Iran, Iraq. “You will never look at pottery the same way again. We tend to forget the work that goes into the things we take for granted”
1- Place all candidates in a warehouse 2- Make 200 bricks available for each one. 3- Don’t give any guidance on what to do. 4- Lock them there.
After six hours, go back and check what you’ve done. Below is the analysis of the results:
1 – Those who counted the bricks, hire them as Accountants.
2 – Those who counted and then recounted the bricks are Auditors.
3 – Those who scattered the bricks are Engineers.
4 – Those who have arranged the bricks in a very strange way, difficult to understand, place them in the Production Control Planning, Projects and Implementation.
5 – Those who are throwing bricks at each other, place them in Operations.
6 – Those who are sleeping, put them in Security.
7 – Those who have chopped the bricks into pieces and are trying to assemble them again, should go straight to Information Technology.
8 – Those who are sitting around doing nothing or chatting, go to Human Resources.
9 – Those who say that they did everything to reduce the stock, but the competition is unfair and it will be necessary to think about greater facilities, are natural Sellers.
10 – Those who have already left are Administrators.
11 – Those who are looking out the window with their gaze lost in infinity, are responsible for Strategic Planning.
12 – Those who are talking to each other with their hands in their pockets demonstrating that they have not even touched the bricks and would never do that, greet them with great respect and place them in the Board.
13 – Those who built a wall and hid behind are from the Marketing Department.
14 – Those who claim not to see any bricks in the warehouse are lawyers, refer them to the Legal Department.
15 – Those who complain that the bricks “are rubbish, without identification, without standardization and with wrong measurements”, place them in Quality Control.