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Thousands of huge ancient structures made of stone are clearly visible from the air

February 17, 2014 – Thousands of huge ancient structures made of stone are clearly visible from the air.

Their age is estimated to thousands of years and their purpose remains unknown.

These puzzling wheel-shapes, and straight lines, stretch all the way from Syria to Saudi Arabia.

Some call this area the Middle East’s own version of the Nazca Lines.

It is only recently, with help of satellite images that archaeologists have been able to explore this region in more detail.

Since the launch of Google Earth in 2005, archeologists have begun to use the satellite imagery publicly, particularly since its gradual incorporation, beginning in 2007, of high-resolution images. As a result, over some Arab countries-Jordan, Syria and Lebanon particularly-the resolution of available images is now generally high enough to conduct reliable, general archeological surveys.

The Shuway-mas site south of Hayil, Saudi Arabia, which is not even mentioned in the 1998 edition of the Cambridge Illustrated History of Prehistoric Art is the home of one of the four best collections of ancient rock art in the world. Here we find, numerous ancient stone kites, mounds, and tails.





January 18, 2014

HELLFORD667 Movie Reviews

Directed by Brian Hannant

Well, I was aware that this might not be the best movie of all times.

And it isn`t. But I liked a few things about it, and when I didn`t like something, I was able to laugh.

The main failure here was the script, I guess. The dialogue is so bad, and the acting follows suit, for the most part.

This is a bait and switch movie, as both Dean Stickwell and Carrie Fisher are  top billed for rather short appearances.


In the future, about 4000 AD or something, the last humans are living in a city that can travel through time(ok?).

They  are under constant threat by the Jen-Deki, a race of evil Cyborgs. They plan an escape to the australian outback of 1988, but the last fight left the ship with damages, so that it`s  unable to land properly. Time Guardian Ballard and…

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04. Alchemy Point of the EARTH Element: The Azores Archipelago

January 16, 2014

04. Alchemy Point of the EARTH Element: The Azores Archipelago.

The Biggest Story In Recorded Human History, Part 2

January 10, 2014


This is the second part of The Biggest Story In Recorded Human History, which was about recent scientific analysis of chemtrail fall-out. If you haven’t yet read that yet, you might want to do so before embarking on this one about how to clear the toxic products from this fall-out out of your body.

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High Energy Laser Systems Test Facility (HELSTF)

January 10, 2014

A. J. MacDonald, Jr.

How many Americans believe their government has space-based laser weapons?

How many Americans who don’t believe this, because their government has never told them this (on television), would refuse to believe this even when presented with evidence their government does in fact have such weapons?

Stupid is as stupid does.

I lived in El Paso, Texas from 1985-1988 and one of the jobs I worked while living there was being a delivery driver for Emery Worldwide, which was an air cargo business; the first in the US, in fact. Our motto was: “If we can fit it into the plane we can deliver it overnight” (this was also the early days of the up-start Federal Express, which delivered only letters (we delivered letters too, as a side thing, since we were delivering tons of freight per flight anyways).

I was assigned to the Las Cruces, New Mexico route, meaning I…

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Man of Steel (2013) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

December 16, 2013

Gareth Rhodes Film Reviews

Man of Steel (2013) Directed by Zack Snyder. With Henry Cavill, Amy Adams,Michael Shannon and Russell Crowe.


Throughout a decade of comic book movie boom, the biggest surprise, by way of his lack of prominence, has been the character of Superman. In 2006 Bryan Singer’s Superman Returns was supposed to herald the dawn of a new era for the much-loved character and although his elegant film was welcomed by critics, it failed to meet studio expectations in terms of box office and has since been consigned to the proverbial ‘Phantom Zone’ of false starts. Enter the fray Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer on writing duties – fresh from their hugely successful work on the Dark Knight trilogy – to once again attempt to revive the big jewel in the comic-book crown.

The first thing to note is that we’re in reboot mode. With director Zack Snyder in the…

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Don’t Expect a New Indiana Jones Movie for at Least Two to Three Years

December 13, 2013

James Blunt confirms Carrie Fisher for Star Wars Episode 7?

December 13, 2013

December 12, 2013


December 12, 2013

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