Waterproofing of underground structures with the use of gel injection
Almost any designer, engineer or owner of a historic building faced with problems related to constant dampness of external walls of underground structures. For long-term use of injectable materials specialists…

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Brasov - the Romanian Salzburg
Because on the last day before leaving to go skiing I couldn't because of an injured leg, and until evening we had to do something, I decided to go to…

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Cyclopean stones

“The civilization of the Cyclopes? Until the end of the twentieth century, it wouldn’t occur to me that the mythical Cyclops existed actually. However, a sensational discovery in Texas (USA) shocked scientists around the world. The fact is that paleontologists Victor Pacheco and Martin fried during a vacation in big Band-Country decided to combine the pleasant with the useful and explored one of the caves, and found the remains of a creature rising to about 2.5 m and weighing 300 kg, in the skull, which in the middle of the forehead there was just one socket. The bone age about 10 thousand years. Scientists were able for the skeleton to reproduce the appearance of substance. I must say, his appearance was fully consistent with the description of the mythical creature.

…Remind: Homer is portrayed Cyclops (also called ciclope) cruel giants and pointed out that they live in caves, engaged in the breeding of livestock ” (Nepomnyashchy N. N “one Hundred great mysteries of the ancient world”, Moscow; “Assembly” 2008, pp. 11-12). Continue reading

PYRAMIDS, SPHINX, TOMBS

It is known that previously could exist on Earth at different times of a highly developed civilization with its culture, traditions, knowledge, technology. Their traces are found in the form of stone structures of astonishing grandeur. The greatest interest at the present time makes people legendary Egyptian pyramid of the Pharaoh Cheops. It has at its base a square of 250 x 250 m and a height of 150 m. It was constructed on the basis of more ancient pyramids (outlier), which is about 50% of the total volume of the pyramid. The superstructure of the pyramid was carried out with large stone blocks weighing up to 2.5 tons. The purpose and methods of the construction of this and other ancient circular pyramids is still being debated.

The word “pyramid” in a semantic translation the Greeks understood as “fire inside”. Modern research shows that across the top of the pyramid from the top down is held vertical energocell (the invisible fire). These channels of energy flows available to the trees and temples of all religions. The pyramids were built over the tombs of the ancient rulers of countries and peoples in different parts of the planet, through their energy channels to establish sustainable related to the noospheric (reasonable) layers of the earth and ancestral spirits. Modern churches will perform a similar role for energy-connection with their spiritual centres, working on their vibration frequency. Continue reading

The Gothic quarter

The Gothic quarter ( Barrio Gotico in Spanish ) is the oldest part of the city — here is a large part of the historical heritage of Barcelona. And slowly walking through the narrow streets of the Barrio Gotico, it is impossible not to feel the breath of antiquity.

One of the most symbolic places in Barcelona for tourists from all over the world is the Cathedral ( Spanish Catedral de la Santa Cruz y Santa Eulalia ), which is located in the heart of the quarter. With it we will begin our walk. Spacious New square in front of the Cathedral allows you to fully enjoy the beauty of the main facade of the building. In the courtyard of the Cathedral you can see 13 white geese, symbolizing the 13 years in which innocent Holy Evenia, the patron Saint of the city, was martyred at the hands of the Gentiles. You might be surprised, but it was the Cathedral, not the famous Sagrada Familia ( Spanish Basílica y Templo Expiatorio de la Sagrada Familia ), is the seat of the Archbishop of Barcelona and the main Cathedral of Barcelona. Continue reading