Thursday, October 19, 2017

Asian artifacts shrouded in mystery (video)

ZEG TV, Oct. 12, 2017; Pat Macpherson, CC Liu, Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
The evidence that there is more to ancient Asian history than we were taught in school is coming in thick and fast.

Find out about cities that are many thousands of years old, about artifacts that curiously resemble modern inventions, and customs and traditions that have their beginnings before modern civilizations.

There are some great mysteries in this world that cannot be explained, as we see with some of these impossible artifacts. We look at details conjuring up the most awe: ancient pyramids, caves, artifacts, and ruins like the Buddhist/Hindu wonders of Angkor Wat -- a temple complex in Cambodia, the largest religious monument in the world.

Technology associated with these relics are then the object of investigation. Rationales remain fact-based against many of the pre-existing theories for the accomplishments of our ancient ancestors.

Their accomplishments and disappearances could have been the result of technologies that to us would appear supernatural in nature or origin.

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