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A fire tornado whirled above a burning plastic-processing plant during a huge conflagration outside Budapest, Hungary,

A fire tornado whirled above a burning plastic-processing plant during a huge conflagration outside Budapest, Hungary,

fire tornado

fire tornado

The Stone Man at Adam’s Calendar looked out at the sunrise at the Spring Equinox at least 160,000 years ago.The two authors, Johan Heine and Michael Tellinger, are claiming that the find is older than Stonehenge and the Giza Pyramids. Adam's Calendar is probably the most sacred site on Earth and is well known amongst Sangomas and Shamans. The most beloved and inspirational among this elite group is Credo Mutwa. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tp-WNrwQhk

The Stone Man at Adam’s Calendar looked out at the sunrise at the Spring Equinox at least 160,000 years ago.The two authors, Johan Heine and Michael Tellinger, are claiming that the find is older than Stonehenge and the Giza Pyramids. Adam's Calendar is probably the most sacred site on Earth and is well known amongst Sangomas and Shamans. The most beloved and inspirational among this elite group is Credo Mutwa. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tp-WNrwQhk

A new discovery of an ancient circular monolithic stone calendar site in Mpumalanga has proven to be at least 75,000 years old, pre-dating any other structure found to date. Southern Africa holds some of the deepest mysteries in all of human history.

A new discovery of an ancient circular monolithic stone calendar site in Mpumalanga has proven to be at least 75,000 years old, pre-dating any other structure found to date. Southern Africa holds some of the deepest mysteries in all of human history.

Adam's Calendar/Still accurate/Mpumalanga, South Africa

Adam's Calendar/Still accurate/Mpumalanga, South Africa

Megalith - Kerloas Menhir, Saint-Renan, Finistère near Brest.    The Kerloas Menhir measures  9.5m (31 ft), and is believed to  be the world’s tallest menhir. Two  hundred years ago it was even  taller, but the top two metres were  struck off by lightning.

Megalith - Kerloas Menhir, Saint-Renan, Finistère near Brest. The Kerloas Menhir measures 9.5m (31 ft), and is believed to be the world’s tallest menhir. Two hundred years ago it was even taller, but the top two metres were struck off by lightning.