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Before the Great Flood 8 Kings ruled Earth for 241,200 years. "...In 5 cities 8 kings; they ruled for 241,200 years. Then the flood swept over…" that is written on the first part of the Sumerian King List. But how is it…

Before the Great Flood 8 Kings ruled Earth for 241,200 years. "...In 5 cities 8 kings; they ruled for 241,200 years. Then the flood swept over…" that is written on the first part of the Sumerian King List. But how is it…

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Glass Skywalking Around Tianmen Mountain, China #darleytravel

Glass Skywalking Around Tianmen Mountain, China #darleytravel

Castelo de Spissky na Eslováquia

Castelo de Spissky na Eslováquia

Incredible Meteorite Found With Hieroglyphics Canada - 1908 | <b><i><a href="http://www.educatinghumanity.com">Educating Humanity</a></i></b>

Incredible Meteorite Found With Hieroglyphics Canada - 1908 | <b><i><a href="http://www.educatinghumanity.com">Educating Humanity</a></i></b>

250-Million-Year-Old Stone With Microchip

250-Million-Year-Old Stone With Microchip

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Que opinan de la foto.

Lord Hanuman’s Giant Footprints throughout Asia

Lord Hanuman’s Giant Footprints throughout Asia

Lord Hanuman’s Giant Footprints throughout Asia

Lord Hanuman’s Giant Footprints throughout Asia

Li Ching-Yuen was a Chinese herbalist, martial artist and tactical advisor who lived to the ripe old age of 256 and sired 200 descendants during his life span, surviving 23 wives. Ching-Yuen lived off a diet of herbs and rice wine inculding lingzhi, goji berry, wild ginseng, he shou wu and gotu kola. In a 1930 New York Times article, Professor Wu Chung-chieh of the University of Chengdu discovered Imperial Chinese government records from 1827.

Li Ching-Yuen was a Chinese herbalist, martial artist and tactical advisor who lived to the ripe old age of 256 and sired 200 descendants during his life span, surviving 23 wives. Ching-Yuen lived off a diet of herbs and rice wine inculding lingzhi, goji berry, wild ginseng, he shou wu and gotu kola. In a 1930 New York Times article, Professor Wu Chung-chieh of the University of Chengdu discovered Imperial Chinese government records from 1827.