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How can we have a reasonable discussion when we are not even playing with the same rules,I say impossible...
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Not even "offended", more like "annoyed by" and "completely fed up with." 

They can have their delusions, I'd just prefer they either learn to keep them to themselves or seek professional medical help. 
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Religion is in decline because they cannot keep up with our modern world.
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Another free 2 day trial. This time it's Titanfall. Enjoy!
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Can Bunkruptcy Save Puerto Rico? #economy  
Puerto Rico island’s status as a U.S. territory leaves it legally unable to reorganize its staggering debt in bankruptcy. Puerto Rico is buried under at least $73 billion in debt that has left its economy in a near perpetual recession and caused a significant number of its residents to relocate to the mainland.
A House bill would allow the island's state-run corporations to reorganize their staggering debt.
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MYSTERY Artifact  CRESPI .. Ecuador ..
Father Crespi, born in Italy in 1891, arrived in Ecuador in 1923 and died there in missionary 1982.Ce became explorer, anthropologist, botanist, archaeologist, musician while attending his church Cuenca.
An interesting thing is that this priest out to explore the depths of the Amazon in order to convert removed tribes took the opportunity to pick up a unique collection of artifacts ...
1927, it is the first to meet and to film the Shuar, Achuar, a population of about 70,000 Indians divided into 400 communities (or tribes), also known as "Los Invencibles Shuar del Alto Amazons."
Invincible because never Incas or even the Conquistadores, could dominate.
Successfully bind with this super fierce people and gain their sympathy, he received or bought a huge amount of archaeological objects and became even lead to where the Indians were the order to verify their origin, including a cave in 'all the carved entrance "Cueva de los Tayos" (Las Cave Hummingbirds) ...
The majority of artifacts in its collection have been released, as the father of the cave entrance to a vast networks deep subterranean complex beneath the jungle where only the Indians were on their way. ...
The Argentine-Hungarian explorer "Juan" Moricz had the information and in turn tried to enter by launching an expedition in 1969. Moricz claimed he managed to get in, it discovered gold, curious inscriptions and a metal library.
Von Däniken told that in 1973 in his book "The Gold of the Gods" in which he recounts his meeting with Moricz. However, for obscure reasons Moricz denied meeting with Däniken thereafter, laying curiously disrepute Däniken and his work.
Yet in 1975 the Scottish engineer Stan Hall with the support of a dozen institutions and US astronaut Neil Armstrong, Moricz met that year and decided a great expedition in 1976 to Los Tayos .. the impressive entrance,
which deals with a depth of 65m well leads to spacious passages about 5 km in length, up to 240 m deep.
During this expedition, which lasted 18 months, with many scientists and a hundred soldiers, was discovered 400 new species of plants, a tomb dating back to 1500 BC Avt, an impressive artificial and natural underground network, but no trace of the treasure in question.
Expeditions currently still looking for other inputs ...
The father's collection without order or classification, was exposed in the courtyard of his church Maria Auxiliadora when visitors asked to see ...
In 1962 a fire caused him to lose much of his collection, several flights were then dispersed the remaining pieces, and his little death was left of his collection has disappeared again, we do not know if the church's stored in its archives
 or if everything was sold ....
A chance, having been visited by several archaeologists and photographers, we have a few photographic archives and filmed this famous collection comprising more than 70,000 objects stacked in three pieces ..
Richard Wingate, visit too, late 70s, this collection to photograph ... it took more than 3,000 photographs, representing according to him, only 2% of the collection..il describes:
 "Entire rolls made of metal sheets were filled in a corner ... the priest explained that the Indians had ripped on the inner walls of abandoned buildings in the jungle ... you could find these metal in three papers different metals:
 gold, silver without corrosion, and metal that I did not know, the same style as aluminum.
Every inch of these leaves were decorated with intricate designs, some showed ceremonies, other comic situations ... each leaf was between 2.5 to 4 meters high by 4, see 8 meters long.
These lengths were composed of individual sheets of 1.2 m
that had been glued together in a very artistic way "
One of the most remarkable pieces is this gold plaque engraved with an unknown writing on the continent. In 1976, a linguist Hindu Dileep Kumar, said that this was close to the Brahmi script, ancient language and writing still used according to the History of India 2300 years ago.
Phoenician writing and also Magyar was recognized there ...
http://chapmanresearch.org/PDF/Crespi%20Ancient%20Artifact%20Collection%20of%20Cuenca%20%20Ecuador.pdf
http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/showthread.php?234154-The-mystery-of-Father-Crespi
http://www.wikistrike.com/article-un-reseau-de-galeries-et-de-cavernes-sous-l-equateur-et-le-perou-renfermerait-deux-bibliotheques-116739318.html
http://michelduchaine.com/2014/04/28/la-conspiration-pour-faire-disparaitre-les-collections-du-pere-crespi/

MYSTERIEUX ARTEFACTS .. CRESPI Equateur ..
Le Père Crespi , né en Italie en 1891, arriva en Équateur en 1923 et y mourut en 1982.Ce missionnaire est devenu explorateur, anthropologiste, botaniste, archéologue, musicien tout en s'occupant de son église de Cuenca.
Un truc intéressant est que ce curé,  parti explorer les profondeurs de l'Amazonie pour y convertir des tribus retirées, en profita pour ramasser une collection d’artéfacts exceptionnelle ...

Dés 1927, il est le premier à rencontrer  puis à filmer les Shuar-Achuar, une population d’environ 70 000 indiens répartis en 400 communautés (ou tribus), également nommés « Los Invencibles Shuar del Alto Amazons ».
Les invincibles car jamais les Incas ,ou même  les Conquistadores, n’ont pu les dominer.

Réussissant à se lier avec ce peuple hyper farouche et à gagner leur sympathie, il reçut ou leur acheta une quantité phénoménale d'objets archéologiques et se fit même mener aux endroits où les indiens les trouvaient afin de vérifier leur origine, dont une grotte à l'entrée toute sculptée la " Cueva de los Tayos"( Las Cave des Colibris) ...
La majorité des artefacts de sa collection ont été sorti, selon le père, de cette grotte , entrée d'un complexe de  vastes réseaux sous-terrains profonds sous la jungle où seuls les indiens trouvaient leur chemin. ...
L’explorateur Argentino-Hongrois “Juan” Moricz eût les renseignements et à son tour essaya d’y entrer en lançant une expédition en 1969. Moricz clama qu’il réussit à y entrer, y découvrit de l’or, des inscriptions curieuses et une bibliothèque de métal .
Ce que raconta Von Däniken en 1973 dans son livre: ”L’or des Dieux”où il relate sa rencontre avec Moricz. Cependant pour des raisons obscurs Moricz nia sa rencontre avec Däniken par la suite, jetant ainsi curieusement le discrédit sur Däniken et son travail.

Pourtant en 1975 l' ingénieur écossais Stan Hall avec le soutien d’une douzaine d’Institutions et l’astronaute américain Neil Armstrong, rencontre Moricz cette année là et décide une grande expédition en 1976 pour Los Tayos.. l’entrée impressionnante ,
qui s’aborde par un puit de  65m de  profondeur conduit à des passages spacieux sur 5 km environ de longueur, atteignant jusqu’à 240 m de profondeur.
Au cours de cette expédition  qui dura 18 mois avec de nombreux scientifiques et une centaine de soldats, on découvrit 400 nouvelles espèces de plantes, une tombe datant de 1500 Avt JC, un réseau souterrain artificiel et naturel impressionnant mais pas trace du trésor en question.
Des expéditions actuellement cherchent encore d'autres entrées ...
La collection du père, sans ordre ni classification, était exposée dans la cour de son église Maria Auxiliadora quand des visiteurs demandaient à la voir ...
en 1962 un incendie  lui fit perdre une bonne partie de sa collection, plusieurs vols ont ensuite dispersé les piéces restantes, et à sa mort le peu qu'il restait de sa collection a disparu de nouveau , on ne sait pas si l'église les stocke dans ses archives
 ou si le tout a été vendu ....
Une chance, ayant été visité par plusieurs archéologues et photographes, il nous reste quelques archives photographiques et filmées de cette fameuse collection comprenant plus de 70 000 objets empilés dans trois piéces ..
Richard Wingate, visitera lui aussi ,fin années 70, cette collection afin de la photographier ... il a pris plus de 3 000 clichés, représentant selon lui, seulement 2% de la collection..il  décrit :
 "Des rouleaux entiers faits de feuilles de métal étaient empliés dans un coin ... le curé m'expliqua que les indiens les avaient arraché sur les murs intérieurs de constructions abandonnées dans la jungle ... on pouvait trouver ces papiers de métal en trois métaux différents :
 de l'or, en argent mais sans trace de corrosion, et dans un métal que je connaissais pas, du même style que de l'aluminium.
Chaque cm de ces feuilles étaient décoré avec des dessins complexes, certains montraient des cérémonies, d'autres des situations comiques ... chaque feuille faisait entre 2,5 à 4 mètres de haut par 4 , voir 8 mètres de long.
Ces longueurs étaient composées de feuilles individuelles de 1,2 m
qui avaient été rivé ensemble de façon très artistique"
L’une des pièces les plus remarquables est cette plaque en or sur laquelle est gravée une écriture inconnue sur le continent. En 1976, un linguiste Hindou, Dileep Kumar, a dit que cette écriture était proche du Brahmi, antique langue et écriture utilisée encore selon l’Histoire de l’Inde il y a 2300 ans.
De l'écriture phénicienne et également magyar y a été reconnue ...

#artefact #crespi #padre #pere #graffy #many #graffymany #ancient #civilisation #secret #mystery #mystere  
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Another free 2 day trial. This time it's Titanfall. Enjoy!
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There's no other explanation to this coin trick beyond pure witchcraft.
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