Daily Archives: February 12, 2018

by Pao L. Chang Guest writer for Wake Up World Man (“male” or “female”) lives in a reality governed by the Law of Polarity. This type of reality is unique because it allows the manifestation of positive and negative experiences. These experiences are great for teaching the souls/spirits of humankind to transcend dynamic life lessons, so they can evolve into enlightened beings. In order for...
In the town of Zawyet El Aryan in Egypt is a structure known as the Unfinished Pyramid, which looks almost identical to one found in Abu Rawash//Rowash/Roash, known as the Pyramid of Djedefre. Both structures are believed to have been pyramids, but there is no reason to assume that was their intended design. I don't believe these were pyramid structures,...
The other 2 videos, parts 1 and 2 are available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1k_b... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5vMz...
by Alanna Ketler Atlantis, the intriguing mystery that leaves many of us curious to learn more, and some of us skeptical and dismissive. What is it about this lost city that leaves so many of us questioning much of what we have been taught to believe? Is there some truth to the story of Atlantis that we inherently know, deep down...
http://awakeandaware.ca/earth-grids-the-secret-patterns-of-gaias-sacred-sites-hugh-newman/ http://awakeandaware.ca/ley-lines-energy-grids-and-earth-currents/ http://awakeandaware.ca/oym-earth-energies-hidden-frequencies-ley-lines-sacred-sites-dowsing-maria-wheatley/
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by Tyler Durden As of Sunday afternoon, the dreaded "day zero" - the day residents of the city of Cape Town, South Africa, will need to begin queuing for drinking water after supplies sink below the threshold of sustainability - was estimated to be Nov. 11, 2018. The shortage is the result of South Africa's worst drought in 100 years... And with city government...
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