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How did the natives of Atlantis look like?

Many people mistakenly imagine that the Atlantis natives had blue skin similar to the Avatar characters. This is wrong. It seems that if we study all the ancient writings that relate to the Atlantis lost city, we will see that natives of Atlantis look exactly like humans.

The women of Atlantis were described by the writers of that time as some of the most beautiful women on the planet.

The Atlantis civilization is said to be a highly advanced one. I had a technology not seen. They were so advanced that they could make their objects levite, they had shuttles they could travel to the whole universe. But unfortunately their advanced technology has been the reason why this civilization has found its end. They seem to have died in a huge war using a lot of the latest generation weapons like atomic bombs and laser guns.

Here you can see a very interesting story about Atlantis:

I hope you liked this article. My personal opinion is that natives from Atlantis were actually an alien race that came here on Earth and at some point in time they left Earth.

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Japanese Ghostbuster Claims She Removes Spirits with an Air Cleaner

If there’s something strange in your neighborhood
Who you gonna call?

If that excerpt from a classic movie theme has you googling for the number of your nearest Ghostbuster, you may want to change a few letters and try again after reading what a Tweeter in Japan has to say about the ghost removal powers of her new Plasmacluster. A what?

When I first moved into the apartment I’m living in now, there were a lot of strange happenings that really freaked me out. But then I got a (Sharp) Plasmacluster air purifier, and it all completely stopped. I did some research on ghosts, and I found out that ghosts are kind of like plasma. Isn’t it amazing that air purifiers can not only clean the air but also exorcise ghosts?
Shiunoko
@ shinukosan

That Tweet from Shiunoko (@shinukosan) caught the attention of Japan’s Sharp Corporation, which makes the Plasmacluster air purifier and it quickly responded to Shiunoko, who offered some marketing advice (poor Google translation):

SHARP Sharp Corporation
@ SHARP_JP
Since I have not verified it, I can not affirm, but I can not repel. maybe.

@ shinukosan
Jun 11
Mr. Sharp, if the sales of the air purifier has grown a little, take a filter behind the air purifier. My guy seems full of spirits …!

SHARP Sharp Corporation
@ SHARP_JP
Jun 11
Sharp does not need to be replaced for 10 years

Would the Ghostbusters (or any spirit mediums) agree that a filter full of ghosts doesn’t need to be changed for 10 years? Sounds like a good movie plot but poor advice. The Twitter comments run the credibility gamut, but Sora News 24 points out that the Sharp Plasmacluster releases a plasma discharge full of plus and minus ions which clean the air by suppressing airborne mold particles, viruses, and allergens. Perhaps Shiunoko has confused ‘plasma’ with ‘ectoplasm’ – the alleged physical substance that allows ghosts to manifest themselves. However, the Plasmacluster isn’t removing plasma or ectoplasm — it’s emitting it.

It’s more likely Shiunoko is thinking of a study conducted in 2015 which speculated that the mold found in old houses (and aren’t most haunted houses old, musty and moldy?) could cause hallucinations (remember, the ergot fungus was used in the initial development of lysergic acid diethylamide – LSD) that give the breathers the sense they’re not alone and can possibly create the ghostly images in their minds. According to its ads, the Sharp Plasmacluster can definitely do that:

“Reduce germs, bacteria, viruses, mold, and fungus – Patented Plasmacluster Ion technology attacks impurities throughout the room”

We may need to order two.

Is Sharp missing a big and growing market for a Plasmacluster Ghostbuster? In the meantime, have some holy water handy when you change the filter.

If you’re seeing things running through your head
Who you gonna call?
Plasmabusters!

An invisible man
Sleeping in your bed
Who you gonna call? Plasmabusters!

I ain’t afraid of no ghost
I ain’t afraid of no ghost

Source: Mysterious Universe

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Reptilian like creature recorded in the drainage of Great Britain (Video)

An immense amount of legends that circulate for many years mention strange forms of life that live under the Earth. However, these legends usually stay on the Internet, and do not leave there … except for exceptions.

Reptilian recorded

There are stories of beings that come from a dark hell and possibly are among us since ancient times, which is why one of the most controversial videos in the history of YouTube is, without a doubt, which shows a strange creature of Reptilian aspect filmed in a British drain, video that many theorists have used to confirm the theories that these life forms do live among us.

The most terrifying thing is that it is not a single video, or two, but four recordings that were published on the YouTube platform. Another important point to note is that it was not hung by some ufologist, or by some UFO hunter that, normally, they do not have much credibility.

Those responsible for uploading the recordings was a company, which is responsible for water in the United Kingdom called United Utilities, on March 31, 2011. The next day, the news about the strange events recorded by the company was in every corner of the planet.

Many conspiracy theorists, both in personal blogs and forums, began to discuss and analyze the images, assuring that it was some reptilian creature. Others, however, mentioned some kind of lost animal, even that it was a montage. But what would a wastewater company gain from doing such a setup?

The Leigh Journal media was the first formal source to collect the images and review them, taking statements from the workers and people in charge of the company.

Mike Wood, regional manager of the sewer system at United Utilities, said that several of the employees had reported sightings of some strange animal, so they began to review the entire network of pipes with closed circuit monitoring. But what was seen was not exactly a sewer rat.

Wood explained at that time that the images were uploaded to YouTube, hoping that the general public would help them discover what it was, because they also had the theory that it could be an exotic pet that had gone astray, either from home from someone or from a zoo.

What they did have insurance is that it was feeding on the deposits of fat that were accumulating inside the pipes.

However, as the videos gained more and more reach, the theory that it could be a reptilian creature began to take much more strength among the public, and those who had been interested in the event.

In the images that were uploaded to YouTube you can see a strange creature with a long tail and body very similar to that of a reptile that crosses with the robot camera that the company had used to monitor the pipe network in case some of the the drains have some object stuck or there are nests of rats or other animals.

The event became so popular that even people baptized the creature, calling it “Messie”, alluding to the renowned monster of Loch Ness.

However, despite the fact that the first videos were quite … curious, none caused such impact and concern on the entire planet as the fourth video, where you can see the creature in front of the camera, showing long limbs, like legs and arms, with a clear humanoid aspect.

However, when the robot camera moves to focus it better, it retreats at high speed through the drain.

Still no explanation about the event, the company never declared that it was an advertising campaign or something like that and the media did not give more coverage to the topic What was that creature?

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Image of Jesus Seen in Flames Engulfing Notre Dame Cathedral

The whole world was devastated at the sight of the old Notre Dame Cathedral engulfed in flame.

While some brave souls worked to save relics and put out the fire and most of the rest of the world lamented the loss of French culture, history, and architecture—a few people claimed that a photo of the fire showed Jesus Christ in the middle of the flames.

While most of the whole world only saw a massive fire destroying one of Paris’ most prized and famous buildings, when one witness looked at the photo the same day, she was astounded by what she saw: a vivid image of Jesus. A few others agreed.

Those who saw and believed wondered: what message was Jesus trying to send to His believers with this manifestation? Was he reclaiming the Cathedral? Protecting it? Criticizing the mostly secular French government that had resisted authorizing the funds necessary to preserve the historic site?

Lesley Rowan, a 38-year old Scots woman told the Daily Record that when she concentrated on a photograph posted on Facebook, she saw a silhouette of Jesus against the burning building. She says so did some other people to whom she showed the photo, including her brother in Australia.

Some have uncharitably questioned Rowan’s soundness of mind but, despite the criticisms, she has stood by her convictions: She is 100% sure it’s the Prince of Peace. She also feels the purpose of the photo and the image of Jesus is to bring needed comfort to the people of Paris and the world.

Other people who have seen the photos were also convinced that what they saw was Jesus’ divine image in the middle of the flame. For them, the message here is similar: Jesus is saving the world from sin, or Jesus came back to cleanse the world of hate, judgment, anger, poverty, or even from something as specific as addiction—heroin vs. fentanyl, which is worse?

There was numerous opinion on the message behind the image.

Many of these believers took to Twitter to express their agreement.

Twitter user KellySchuberth said that she saw the image, too. She was amazed by it, too, but sought reassurance that it wasn’t just her mind playing tricks on her. Other Twitter accounts retweeted the photo, such as Otoide Joshua Mario and Catholic Doors.

Not that there weren’t skeptics, too, such as ThrillMonger, who ridiculed the idea, maybe even some who argued which drug the viewers were on at the time—heroin vs. fentanyl—to see such hallucinations. Others just decently suggested they were mistaken.

According to psychologist Kang Lee of the University of Toronto, our brains are hardwired to recognize faces in patterns at the slightest hint of facial feature. This phenomenon is known as pareidolia.

Other people see all manner of “subliminal” images where there are none. It doesn’t make you crazy or suggest you need your vision checked. Maybe you just have a strong imagination or a creative bent.

Even if there’s nothing divine (or nefarious) in the photograph, there’s no harm in perceiving purposeful imagery. If it brings comfort or reinforces faith, some good may come from calamity.

*This is a guest post written by Patrick Bailey. Professional Writer. http://patrickbaileys.com/

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