Friday, January 28, 2011

Noah's Ark ..Does it ever exist ???

From the movie :Evan Almighty

Noah's Ark found?

The truth ...??

Noah's Ark Discovered!

This is a documentary about one of the most important discoveries in history. This should be more widely known and talked about.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Discovery of the real Noah's Ark

Archaeologist Ron Wyatt and his team discover Noah's Ark! Extremely interesting to watch

The continuation and conclusion of Ron Wyatt's discovery of Noah's Ark! Conclusive evidence that shows the Great Flood is not a myth!

Hoard of 2,000-Year-Old Bronze Coins Found in Desert Oasis

Published April 22, 2010
Associated Press


CAIRO — Archaeologists unearthed 383 bronze coins dating back to King Ptolemy III who ruled Egypt in the 3rd century B.C. and was an ancestor of the famed Cleopatra, Egypt's antiquities authority announced Wednesday.

The statement said one side of the coins were inscribed with hybrid Greek-Egyptian god Amun-Zeus, while the other side showed an eagle and the words Ptolemy and king in Greek.


Founded by one of Alexander the Great's generals, the Ptolemaic Dynasty ruled Egypt for some 300 years, fusing Greek and ancient Egyptian cultures.

The coins were found north of Qarun lake in Fayoum Oasis 50 miles southwest of Cairo.

Other artifacts were unearthed in the area included three necklaces made of ostrich egg shell dated back to the 4th millennium B.C. and a pot of kohl eyeliner from the Ottoman Empire.

Has Noah's Ark Been Found on Turkish Mountaintop?

A group of explorers from Hong Kong and Turkey believe they've made a discovery of Biblical proportions. The group say they have found the remnants of Noah's Ark, resting at 13,000 feet atop Mount Ararat. Previous ARK expeditions in decades past have also found evidence that suggested Noah's Ark may have come to rest on Ararat. However, until now, video evidence has been scant. Radio carbon dating, the researchers say, indicates this find is 4,800 years old. If true, THIS is the most significant historical discovery in human history. It will be very telling to see how this story plays out in the main stream media.


Published April 27, 2010

A group of Chinese and Turkish evangelical explorers say wooden remains they have discovered on Mount Ararat in eastern Turkey are the remains of Noah's Ark.

The group claims that carbon dating proves the relics are 4,800 years old, meaning they date to around the same time the ark was said to be afloat. Mt. Ararat has long been suspected as the final resting place of the craft by evangelicals and literalists hoping to validate biblical stories.

Yeung Wing-Cheung, from the Noah's Ark Ministries International research team that made the discovery, said: "It's not 100 percent that it is Noah's Ark, but we think it is 99.9 percent that this is it."

There have been several reported discoveries of the remains of Noah's Ark over the years, most notably a find by archaeologist Ron Wyatt in 1987. At the time, the Turkish government officially declared a national park around his find, a boat-shaped object stretched across the mountains of Ararat.

Nevertheless, the evangelical ministry remains convinced that the current find is in fact more likely to be the actual artifact, calling upon Dutch Ark researcher Gerrit Aalten to verify its legitimacy.

“The significance of this find is that for the first time in history the discovery of Noah’s Ark is well documented and revealed to the worldwide community,” Aalten said at a press conference announcing the find. Citing the many details that match historical accounts of the Ark, he believes it to be a legitimate archaeological discovery.

“There’s a tremendous amount of solid evidence that the structure found on Mount Ararat in Eastern Turkey is the legendary Ark of Noah,” said Aalten.

Representatives of Noah's Ark Ministries said the structure contained several compartments, some with wooden beams, that they believe were used to house animals.The group of evangelical archaeologists ruled out an established human settlement on the grounds none have ever been found above 11,000 feet in the vicinity, Yeung said.

During the press conference, team member Panda Lee described visiting the site. “In October 2008, I climbed the mountain with the Turkish team. At an elevation of more than 4,000 meters, I saw a structure built with plank-like timber. Each plank was about 8 inches wide. I could see tenons, proof of ancient construction predating the use of metal nails."

We walked about 100 meters to another site. I could see broken wood fragments embedded in a glacier, and some 20 meters long. I surveyed the landscape and found that the wooden structure was permanently covered by ice and volcanic rocks."

Local Turkish officials will ask the central government in Ankara to apply for UNESCO World Heritage status so the site can be protected while a major archaeological dig is conducted.

The biblical story says that God decided to flood the Earth after seeing how corrupt it was. He then told Noah to build an ark and fill it with two of every animal species.

After the flood waters receded, the Bible says, the ark came to rest on a mountain. Many believe that Mount Ararat, the highest point in the region, is where the ark and her inhabitants ran aground.

Noah's Ark Hoax Claim Doesn't Deter Believers

By Lauren Green

Published April 30, 2010

Earlier this week a group of Chinese Christians held a news conference to announce they were 99.9 percent sure they had found Noah's Ark — the boat the Bible says was built by God's most righteous man before a "sinful" human race drowned in the Great Flood.

Maybe the find on Mount Ararat in Turkey really is Noah's Ark. More likely, it isn't. But if it isn't, that won't stop Ark enthusiasts from believing it is out there somewhere.

Immediately in the wake of the news flash, experts weighed in to shoot it down. "The wood in the photos is not old enough" ... "There are no location pictures to verify the site" ... "No independent experts have looked at the data" ... "There's never been evidence of a great flood."

And the people voicing the loudest caution are biblical archeologists who believe the ark is real and that it can be found.

Dr. Randall Price, head of Judaic Studies at Liberty University, had been a cohort of the Noah's Ark Ministries International team until two years ago. He pulled out of the project, sensing they were being taken advantage of by Kurdish guides, who've turned Ark searching into a cottage industry.

"I think we can't rule out the possibility that this is a hoax, because a lot of the things that happen in that region of the world, and especially with the Kurdish guides that are involved, are designed to try to extract money from gullible people," Price said.

But he added: "I'm reserving my opinion at this point until I see how things are developing."

Dr. John Morris, lead archeologist at the Institute for Creation Research, says "I'm leaning towards that the Chinese people have been deceived."

Morris has led 13 expeditions to Mount Ararat looking for the ark. He knows the area well and says of the recent find, "At best, it is an elaborate deception."

Morris and Price were contacted by the Chinese team to take part in the press event, but they declined based on how little evidence they saw.

Professor Porcher Taylor at the University of Richmond says he, too, believes it is not Noah's Ark, because "they're digging in the wrong place on Mt. Ararat."

Taylor says satellite imaging of the region about a half mile away from where the Chinese group says they found the ark shows what has been called "the Ararat anomaly," an area that has intrigued the U.S. intelligence community for years.

"If the remains of Noah's Ark are on Mt. Ararat," Taylor says, "the only logical place would be at the Ararat anomaly site, and not at the site in these sensational claims made by this group."

A fundamental question separating scientific inquiry into Noah's Ark is: Is the account of the great flood in the Bible true, or is it a mythical legend?

Dr. Paul Zimansky, professor of archeology and ancient history at State University of New York at Stony Brook, says, "I think it has all the earmarks of a story, but in any case it isn't anything we can investigate as an archaeologist."

A catastrophic flood on Earth is spoken of in many ancient cultures: in Sumerian, Babylonian, Greek, Hindu, Gallic, Scandinavian and Chinese legends. Some even predate the Old Testament.

The odd thing, Zimansky says, is that even though there are written accounts of the flood in all these cultures, archaeologists have yet to find evidence of it.

If you take the Bible literally, Zimansky says, "this ark is going to be deposited in an archaeological context which would be a flood stratum. And it's not going to be a little flood stratum. It's going to cover the entire Earth. Well, no such flood stratum exists."

And that's where Morris disagrees with archaeologists like Zimansky.

"It all depends on your presupposition," says Morris. "I think they're looking at it through the wrong glasses."

Morris says a great flood would shape the landscape of the entire planet — carving out crevices like the Grand Canyon, even separating huge masses of land like the African and South American continents.

"Everything on earth gives evidence of the flood," Morris says.

That is why he is convinced something is up there on Mt. Ararat. He says there have been hundreds accounts from eyewitnesses saying they saw what looked like a big ship. Some of those accounts, he says, are from pilots who flew over the area during World War II. Considerable amounts of military data and ground-penetrating imaging have reported showing a shape of something manmade on the mountain.

Taylor is also convinced Noah's Ark is there, because of the Ararat anomaly's shape and size. "The boat-shaped Ararat anomaly and Noah's Ark both have a 6-to-1 length-to-width ratio," he says.

The Ark, depending on how you measure a cubit, could be anywhere from 450 to 600 feet long. The anomaly is 1,200 feet. But, Porcher says, scientists have debated for years the length of a cubit, which is thought to be the length of a man's forearm between the elbow and the tip of his finger. But whose elbow?

The Bible talks of "the Nephilim" (Genesis 6:1-4) being in the world at that time. The Nephilim were giants or a very large race. If a cubit was measured by the length of a very large man's forearm, Porcher says that would mean "the ark was much larger than previously thought."

Many experts have concluded from examining the photos that the images are of rock formations that strongly resemble the boat described in Genesis.

Whatever it is, it convinces Morris, and countless others, to keep returning to Mt. Ararat, hoping to find what their faith tells them can be found.

Noah's Ark...for real ..?

A giant replica of Noah's Ark in Hong Kong. The ark is world's only full-scale model and was built following the description written in the Bible, according to the Hong Kong property developer who constructed it.

Man Builds Noah's Ark...A replica of Noah's Ark built by Johan Huibers @ Hollands

Lets take a tour to see what's inside...

'Goddess' appears in the clouds

Guardian Angel Saves Woman From Car Crash

Angel Fairy appears !

A 14-year-old girl with a history of serious health issues lay dying of pneumonia in a hospital room but, as her mother waited for the girl to take her last breath, an image of bright light appeared on a security monitor.

Within an hour, the dying girl began a recovery that doctors are at a loss to explain.


Appear on top of power load pole

Image of Praying Jesus Seen on the Satellite Map of Israel

Evil Demon Face In The Sky

Fairy sighting caught on CCTV

Bizarre Blue Light Spiral Over Norway 09th Dec. 2009

UFO / HALO Clouds





Piano Appears on Sandbar in Miami's Biscayne Bay 1/26/2011

Breaking News a grand piano was found on a sandbar in Biscayne Bay, Florida and no one seems to know who put it there!!

Why & How did a grand piano wash ashore in Miami, Florida?

Mystery solve ?

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Researchers aim to resurrect mammoth in five years

TOKYO (AFP) - – Japanese researchers will launch a project this year to resurrect the long-extinct mammoth by using cloning technology to bring the ancient pachyderm back to life in around five years time.

The researchers will try to revive the species by obtaining tissue this summer from the carcass of a mammoth preserved in a Russian research laboratory, the Yomiuri Shimbun reported.

"Preparations to realise this goal have been made," Akira Iritani, leader of the team and a professor emeritus of Kyoto University, told the mass-circulation daily.

Under the plan, the nuclei of mammoth cells will be inserted into an elephant's egg cell from which the nuclei have been removed, to create an embryo containing mammoth genes, the report said.

The embryo will then be inserted into an elephant's uterus in the hope that the animal will eventually give birth to a baby mammoth.

The elephant is the closest modern relative of the mammoth, a huge woolly mammal believed to have died out with the last Ice Age.

Some mammoth remains still retain useable tissue samples, making it possible to recover cells for cloning, unlike dinosaurs, which disappeared around 65 million years ago and whose remains exist only as fossils

Researchers hope to achieve their aim within five to six years, the Yomiuri said.

The team, which has invited a Russian mammoth researcher and two US elephant experts to join the project, has established a technique to extract DNA from frozen cells, previously an obstacle to cloning attempts because of the damage cells sustained in the freezing process.

Another Japanese researcher, Teruhiko Wakayama of the Riken Centre for Developmental Biology, succeeded in 2008 in cloning a mouse from the cells of another that had been kept in temperatures similar to frozen ground for 16 years.

The scientists extracted a cell nucleus from an organ of a dead mouse and planted it into the egg of another mouse which was alive, leading to the birth of the cloned mouse.

Based on Wakayama's techniques, Iritani's team devised a method to extract the nuclei of mammoth eggs without damaging them.

But a successful cloning will also pose challenges for the team, Iritani warned.

"If a cloned embryo can be created, we need to discuss, before transplanting it into the womb, how to breed (the mammoth) and whether to display it to the public," Iritani said.

"After the mammoth is born, we will examine its ecology and genes to study why the species became extinct and other factors."

More than 80 percent of all mammoth finds have been dug up in the permafrost of the vast Sakha Republic in eastern Siberia.

Exactly why a majority of the huge creatures that once strode in large herds across Eurasia and North America died out towards the end of the last Ice Age has generated fiery debate.

Some experts hold that mammoths were hunted to extinction by the species that was to become the planet's dominant predator -- humans.

Others argue that climate change was more to blame, leaving a species adapted for frozen climes ill-equipped to cope with a warming world.


Monday, January 3, 2011

Mysteries of Corp Circles...

Crop circles are one of the things no one can really explain, the government say there hoaxes but that explanation cannot be used for some of the crop circles out there.

Alien artifacts discovered underneath crop circles

Stephen Hawkings' predict that Earth will be destroy by Alien UFO

Recorded LIVE ....Artwork by Alien Lights

A message from Alien.......

We sent a message to space in 1974...and now we got a reply in 2001 ... after 27 years..

The End of the World 2012


2 years TO GO, December 21st 2012, the date which is going on our minds as it is reaching nearer and nearer. That we all know that something is going to be happening on December 21st 2012 which might takes us to the end of the world. But, is it really going to be end of the world? If it so, what might be happen on that day? All these questions might be going in the minds of all at one time or the other.


Based on the ancient Mayan calendar which seems to be more accurate in terms of astrology was said that in the year of 2012, the Earth will experience disasters ranging from massive earthquakes and tsunamis to nuclear reactor meltdowns. Even there were great mathematicians, who claimed that they were able to point out the exact day and time that the world will end in the future, and that is on August 13th 2012, the final day of the Mayan calendar.

The Mayan Calendar is above all a prophetic calendar that may help us understand the past and foresee the future. It is a calendar of the Ages that describes how the progression of Heavens and Underworlds condition the human consciousness and thus the frames for our thoughts and actions with in a given Age.


Aztec calendar

What might be the real? Is it on December 21st 2012 or on August 13th 2012? Who ever knows but both the scientific as well as religious beliefs are prevailing in the minds of the people on this issue. The Science, technology and the scientists behind this are saying that the Hyperspace that contain our Universe is also showing signs that something strange is happening in our universe. Even it was said that the global and solar polar reversal peaks are coming with in three weeks of that day, December 21, 2012.But according to some scientists it is possible that another Universe is slowly starting to claim in our physical Universe. And according to religious beliefs they believe the earth will be destroyed or cleansed by the wrong-doers and those that believe in their God will be saved or brought to heaven.

The astronomer Philip Plait has stated very clearly that the Mayan calendar does not end in 2012 at all, that is like the odometer on your car, as each section of the odometer reaches 9 and then clicks over to 0, the next number to it starts a new cycle, so that when all the numbers again reach 0 all the way across the odometer – the last number will change from 1 to 2 and the new cycle starts all over again.

University of Florida anthropologist Susan Gillespie says that the 2012 phenomenon comes “from media and from other people making use of the Maya past to fulfill agendas that are really their own.”

Psychedelic drug booster Daniel Pinchbeck, “My feeling of 2012 is that we don’t know what is going to be .So rather than looking at it as a Doomsday, we can see it as an opportunity to evolve and become more creative and more intelligent as a species on the planet and use the skills and technical capacities we have to engage in a very deep work transformation”.


Doomsday Sky

Evangely Phelps said that 2012, what is all the hype about? Why is 2012 dubbed as the year of when the world and everything on it will cease to exist? I am not sure why or how it started until now. According to the Mayan Calendar the world will come to an end and why would you say? I have done some investigating to hopefully prove the Mayans wrong. I have also discovered how some people of the American society are making this bigger than it really is. Personally, I don’t think anything is going to happen and life will go on but here is what I have found.

Doing some research, I have discovered that there were many different Mayan Calendars. Some were used for social, agricultural, commercial and administrative tasks but had a heavy religious element to them although our calendars today are only for social, agricultural and economic views – the religious part is not a priority in our calendar system.

The Mayans then combined two calendars to make one, The Calendar Round. The Calendar Round was based on thirteen and twenty base units. The purpose of this calendar was to make it a long term calendar that had 365 days in one solar year and would last for only 5126 years. The reason why the Calendar Round is so significant in the year 2012 is because the 5126 years ends on the date of December 21, 2012. This is where all the hype of the world ending is coming from, this one date of the Mayan Calendar Round. Another phenomenon that is making society more conscious of the date December 21, 2012 is the movie 2012.


According to Mayan Calender

According to the Hyderabad Computer Model, Magnetic Pole reversal happens which is a process where the North Pole and South Pole reverse their positions. When this happens, at some point of time Earth’s magnetic field reaches zero where the Earth’s Magnetic power will be weaken and Cosmic Radiation from Sun will increase many folds making radiation hazards like cancer and so on unavoidable can cause the serious problems which include immune system of all the creatures on the earth might be going to weak; the earth’s crust will going to see the volcanoes, earthquakes and landslides. However, in a simple word it is said that by 2012 earth may not be suitable for human society to live. If this model is true, the only way for us to survive will be to take our civilization well below the Earth’s crust or move to another planet.

With the growth of conspiracy-theories, the level of suspicion and disbelief has grown too. But if there is a good probability that something could happen in your lifetime, there is nothing wrong in preparing for it. Any natural disorder can be faced with a sharp mind and able body, as long as you get the right information ahead of time. Even though many theories and interpretations said about what they find, the only thing that’s certain about the end of the world is that no one can know and are sure that what will happen in the coming future. It may come just like death which is uncertain and we don’t know the time of it. But people undoubtedly continue to think about when this world will comes to an end.

In 2012, it is Suggested That the Sun and the Earth Will be in Direct Alignment with the Black Hole

Big deal? Yea, kinda. . . maybe. You see, scientists speculate that magnetic shifts could take place as a result. In essence, it is theorized that the poles could reverse. The poles have shifted before and Einstein, himself, had suggested this pole shifting theory in 1955.

I’m sure many of you have heard of Merlin the Magician. Merlin was believed to be a Celtic shaman that many of his day considered a “crazed man of the forest” and during those times he was referred to as “Merlin the Wild.” But what many don’t realize is that Merlin was considered Europe’s greatest oracle or “seer.” This “crazed man of the forest” predicted that the planets will “run riot” through the constellations completely off their normal paths of rotation. Scientists speculate that if this were to happen it would be a result of the earth changing it’s rotation – or the poles shifting.

Merlin predicted that the use of “talking stones” Merlin predicted that the use of “talking stones” would be taking place during this time of planetary rioting. For those of you who don’t already know this – stone is the basis of our modern technology. Quartz stones in particular.

Quartz technology is used in cell phones as well as computers. There’s a little quartz crystal in your cell and the computer you’re reading this on right now. And that little stone is the reason you can retrieve the information stored on your computer.

Quartz stores information that can then be retrieved at a later date.

Source: Article by Rishabh Jain

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Giant spaceships to attack Earth in 2012?

Photo: DailyMail

Fact or fiction: Will spaceships really attack Earth in 2012?

34 per cent of Americans believe that UFOs exist and they might be right after all.

Believe it or not, researchers at SETI (Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) — an independent non-commercial organisation in the United States — released a shocking statement last week that three giant spaceships are heading towards Earth, according to AsiaOne News.

The largest one of them is reported to be 240 kilometres wide, and the two others are smaller.

The spaceships were detected by the Alaska-based High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) search system, which is designed to study the phenomenon of northern lights. The system is also used by the US Air Force for missile detection.

Moreover, the report claims that the spaceships, which are currently beyond the orbit of Pluto, will reach Earth in December 2012.

But get this — that also coincides with the end of Mayan calendar, whose last day is December 21, 2012 (this was the subject of the recent movie, “2012″). These spaceships will only be visible in optical telescopes as soon as they reach Mars’s orbit and the US government has reportedly been informed about the event.

Why is this probably a hoax?

I was chatting on Facebook with my fellow classmate Ng Zhan Ming, an ASEAN scholar interested in astronomy, and he dismissed the spaceship reports as wild speculation.

He gave me valid reasons why this strange phenomenon will not occur.

Firstly, why would aliens wait until after we have developed nuclear weapons capable of mass destruction? They could have set their invasion schedule to early 20th century and met no resistance from the human race.

Secondly, many countries all over the world, especially United States’ NASA, have satellites in orbit. Why is it that only one system saw it?

And we have the Hubble Space Telescope that can zoom in roughly 40 times closer than a ground-based telescope to see the furthest of the galaxies. But apparently, it did not detect any spaceships while the HAARP system did.

In addition, the report claims that UFOs will attack Earth in December 2012, which coincides with the end of the Mayan calendar.

According to a FAQ article published by NASA in 2009, “Nothing bad will happen to the Earth in 2012. Our planet has been getting along just fine for more than 4 billion years and credible scientists worldwide know of no threat associated with 2012.”

Should we believe NASA or SETI (an independent organisation) and the Mayans who created the ancient calendar 10,000 years ago?

As mentioned earlier, Barack Obama’s administration has been notified about the findings by the SETI researchers.

However, no official word from the White House or NASA has been released so far. This is not a military secret so there is no point hiding the fact if what the SETI scientists predicted was really true

By Xavier Lur – December 28th, 2010