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Discovering the Oldest Man-made Structures on Earth.
A 10-part article by Michael Tellinger                                  June 2009

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Exposing the Lost City of ENKI
 
Scholars have told us that the first civilisation on Earth emerged between the rivers Tigris and Euphrates in a land called Sumer some 6000 years ago. Recent archaeological findings suggest that the Sumerians may have inherited some of their knowledge and symbolisms from an earlier civilisation that emerged many thousands of years earlier in southern Africa – the cradle of humankind. The constant references to southern Africa in the Sumerian texts as a ‘time before time’ leaves very little doubt that this was the case.
Why have we been so resistant to this information?
Is it our arrogance?
Or are we just scared of change?

The discovery of the oldest statue of the Hawk Head of Horus, about 260,000 years old; petroglyphs of winged disks with a cross, and two pyramids aligned to Adam’s Calendar and the rise of Orion, are forcing us to rewrite human history. Let us cast the dogma of our existing knowledge aside and embrace the new evidence.

 
Adam’s Calendar – Should actually  be called ENKI’s calendar. The flagship ruin at the centre of the largest and most mysterious ancient city on Earht.. The Sumerian tablets tell us that this was a special place of observation built by ENKI in the deep ABZU (South Africa) around 260,000 years ago. Before the ADAMU was created.

When I wrote and released ‘Slave Species of god’ I never realised the kind of impact it would have on people all over the world. I am quite overwhelmed to have received feedback from readers in over 20 countries, describing how it has changed their lives and allowed them to question without fear of being punished by some invisible old man in the sky. But the biggest surprise has been meeting Johan Heine at one of my talks which opened up the floodgates of the next phase of my research.

When Johan first introduced me to the ancient stone ruins of southern Africa, I had no idea of the incredible discoveries we would make in the year or two that followed. The photographs, artefacts and evidence we have accumulated points unquestionably to a lost and never-before-seen civilisation that predates all others – not by just a few hundred years, or a few thousand years… but many thousands of years. These discoveries are so staggering that they will not be easily digested by the mainstream historical and archaeological fraternity, as we have already experienced. It will require a complete paradigm shift in how we view our human history.

I see myself as a fairly open-minded chap but I will admit that it took me well over a year for the penny to drop, and for me to realise that we are actually dealing with the oldest structures ever built by humans on Earth.

The main reason for this is that we have been taught that nothing of significance has ever come from southern Africa. That the powerful civilisations all emerged in Sumeria and Egypt and other places. We are told that until the settlement of the BANTU people from the north, which was supposed to have started sometime in the 12th century AD, this part of the world was filled by hunter gatherers and so-called Bushmen, who did not make any major contributions in technology or civilisation.

Little did we realise that long before Egypt and long before Sumeria, there was a huge ancient city in what the Sumerian tablets call the ABZU (southern Africa). The lost and the first city of ENKI – the Sumerian deity and creator of humankind who was responsible for cloning the species we call Homo sapiens. ABZU is often incorrectly translated as “HELL” by those who grapple with the true meaning of mythology. This is far from the truth because the ABZU was simply known as the land below the equator, where the gold came from. Sumerian tablets tell us clearly that ENKI established a base in the ABZU (southern Africa). This base grew into a very large ancient city occupied by the early human slaves who toiled in the gold mines.

We believe we have now discovered this large city he created. At its peak it was larger than modern-day Johannesburg, covering over 20,000 square kilometres. It consists of well over 100,000 stone ruins still today. These were linked by ancient roads and places of work and worship. ENKI controlled his gold mining operations from here and the fortress of Great Zimbabwe was his headquarters. The evidence of gold mining is everywhere in this part of the world and not only do historic records point to this as being the first place that gold was extracted by humans, new scientific research is there to support it.

Our research has shown that the ancient ruins of South Africa and Zimbabwe go back to around 260,000 years the very first appearance of humans on Earth. I will take you on a journey of discovery as we experienced it over the past 2 years, since late 2007.

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The Stone Man at Adam’s Calendar looked out at the sunrise at the Spring Equinox at least 160,000 years ago.

This ‘African Stonehenge’ which we have called ‘Adam’s Calendar’ has for the first time created a link to the countless other circular stone ruins in southern Africa and suggests that these ruins are much older than we thought. 

Our first calculations of the calendar were made based on the rise of Orion – flat on the horizon and in line with our 3 Orion monoliths on the outer perimeter of the calendar. But new measurements keep increasing the age. The first calculation was at least 25,000 years which was based on the precessional wobble of Earth which completes a full cycle every 26,000 years (approx).
The next calculation was presented by a master archaeoastronomer who wishes to remain anonymous for fear of ridicule by the academic fraternity. His calculation was based on the rise of Orion and suggested an age of at least 75,000 years. This is the reason why we used this age on the cover of our book – Adam’s Calendar. The most recent calculation in June 2009 suggests an age of at least 160,000 years, also based on the rise of Orion, flat on the horizon.

Not too far from the calendar lies the stone ruin complex that links Waterval Boven, Machadodorp, Carolina, Badplaas and Dullstroom. This covers an area larger then modern-day Johannesburg and has emerged as the largest and most mysterious ancient city on Earth. It is vital that this site be declared a World Heritage site ASAP. The discovery of carved dolerite statues of giant birds, some resembling Horus, and petroglyphs of winged disks, suggests that the prototype Sumerian and Egyptian civilisations had their origins in southern Africa thousands of years before they emerged in the north.

But the research has also shown that these stone settlements represent the most mysterious and misunderstood structures found to date. The strange and confusing walled-roads that link all the circular ruined structures are very perplexing and make no sense at all. Why would ancient people go to all the trouble of building roads lined along their sides with billions of stones, which had to be carried to site from many kilometres away?

In our new book called “Temples Of The African Gods” I propose a whole new theory about these structures. A theory that will probably freak out a large number of readers because we have been taught that we are the pinnacle of human existence and it is simply not possible that ancient people could have had more advanced knowledge and technology to us today. How silly and ignorant some of us can be!!!

The thousands of ancient gold mines discovered over the past 500 years, points to a vanished civilisation that lived and dug for gold in this part of the world for thousands of years. And if this is in fact the cradle of humankind, we may be looking at the activities of the oldest civilisation on Earth.

But the calendar remains the centrepiece among the ruins. Johan Heine discovered Adam’s Calendar in 2003, quite by accident. He was on route to find one of his pilots who crashed his plane on the edge of the cliff. Next to the crash site Johan noticed a very strange arrangement of large stones sticking out of the ground. While rescuing the injured pilot from about 20 metres down the side of the cliff, Johan walked over to the monoliths and immediately realised that they were aligned to the cardinal points of Earth – north, south, east and west. There were at least 3 monoliths aligned towards the sunrise, but on the west side of the aligned monoliths there was a mysterious hole in the ground – something was missing. Could that be the link to the whole calendar site?

Weeks and months of measuring and observing the movements of the sun Johan concluded that it was perfectly aligned with the rise and fall of the sun. He determined the solstices and the equinoxes. But the mysterious hole in the ground remained a big puzzle. One day, while contemplating the reason for the hole, the local horse trail expert, Christo, came riding by. He quickly explained to Johan that there was a strange shaped stone, which was removed from the spot some time ago. Apparently it stood somewhere near the entrance to the nature reserve.

After an extensive search, Johan found the anthropomorphic (humanoid shape) in tact and proudly placed with a plaque stuck to it. It was used by the Blue Swallow foundation to commemorate the opening of the Blue Swallow reserve in 1994. The irony is that it was removed from the most important ancient site found to date and mysteriously returned to the reserve – for slightly different reasons.

Since then we have discovered that Adam’s Calendar is probably the most sacred site on Earth and is well known amongst Sangomas and Shamans. The most beloved and inspirational among this elite group is Credo Mutwa. In a long interview with him in 2008, Credo told me that he was initiated at the site in 1937 and that it was indeed the most precious and sacred site. He asked me with tears in his eyes – “Mr Michael… please save this sacred site… protect it from the greedy developers and other ignorant people. It has to be saved for the future of humanity because this is the place where ‘Heaven mated with mother Earth’”.

At that time I did not understand the real meaning of Credo’s statement, and it took me another year of research for the penny to drop and to fully understand what he meant. This will be revealed on the next part of my article.
 
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:fbash   the ALIENS are in your living room!!...Don't be fooled....they are watching your every move....they control what you read, see, hear, ingest, even what you breathe!!

The shift of our planetary system into the age of Aquarius from the age of Pisces's, is a major one. An Era has ended and we are moving forward to another.The Universe is vast, the movement is slow yet realistic, time is not important, it is man made (the watch on your arm has been created by him) but take care as we transit closer to Aquarius time speeds up...notice how little you accomplish in the day...and you will accomplish less tomorrow!!

Pisces's, the two fish swimming in opposite directions....as we have witnessed....yin and yang, left and right, front and back, all the opposites have been prevalent in our society...we are now moving into the Age of Aquarius, which has a meaning of Holism, coming together, sharing knowledge, wealth, and bestowing Mother Earth the love she demands from us, She is the one who keeps us alive!

Man is not in charge here....the Universe was here first....Adam is not "in charge of all the animals"

Fortunately you and I are aware ::S  - we must be aware of the changes taking place around us, for if we arent moving with these changes we will be caught off guard, if there is a Polar shift.....maybe the cups will slide off the table!!  ^^..

Chase it on the internet - http://www.greggbraden.com

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thika wrote: Glen,

Hawking is Gorilla sh!t!

Stop being influenced so much by him :)

Figure out with what God gave you AND him!



Some of his stuff is good.. tho the rest it non important to me thika ... (I'm only interested in the 9part big bang theory, how the earth began)

I'm not influenced by him, I'm curious as to what he's saying and why he's saying it.

Everything in life has a reason, a reason to exist a reason to make other thing's happen.. All this make's a difference to our future...

I'm an open minded person.. (I give everything a chance) But I'm not easily fooled.. I make my own decisions and no one make's them for me.

God has given me what I need in life.. (Yes I believe in the creator) as long as he stand's by me and watch's over me.. and people who may need him.. that's more than enough for me.

Quote: seeing that ye were without life, and He gave you life; then will He cause you to die, and will again bring you to life; and again to Him will ye return. ... Un Quote:

 

 

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Interesting stuff bru ... Thank's for the info.

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"Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight" by Thom Haartman (Professor of ADHD)

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May I ask what your belief is ????

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[size=Discovering the Oldest Man-made Structures on Earth.]
[size=A 10-part article by Michael Tellinger                                October 2009]

Hi Simon

[size=Part 3 of 10]

[size=So why is this Adam’s Calendar so special? The more research we do around it, the more we realise how important this structure is. The one thing we could not figure out was how the calendar was linked to the thousands of circular stone ruins in the greater part of southern Africa. ]

[size=The first estimates of the number of stone ruins was made in 1891 by Theodore Bent who had a real fascination with the stone ruins. He was the first person to document his excavations of Great Zimbabwe at the time and estimated that there were about 4,000 stone ruins in this part of the world.]

[size=In the early 70s Roger Summers calculated around 20,000 stone ruins. After my first year of living among the ruins and researching them extensively, I concluded that there are at least 100,000. This was confirmed by Prof. Revil Mason, retired head of Archaeology at the University Of The Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. He immediately retracted his statement when I suggested that this would put at least 1 million people living and working here some 200 - 400 years ago. By the middle of 2009 I realised that we are looking at probably around 200,000 stone ruins. The more mountains I climbed the larger this ancient settlement became.]

[size=You see, this is where all the earlier researchers always got tripped up, because they did not have the benefit of aerial and satellite photography. Thanks to Johan Heine’s work over an extended period we could make much more accurate calculations than ever before. ]

[size=But let’s get back to the this population thing, which is a huge problem for historians, because the population models and our history books suggest that the there were no more than 200,000 people living in the greater part of southern Africa between 200 – 400 years ago. It is quite obvious that it would require a much larger population to build so many stone structures. One of my favourite laughable theories, that are repeatedly presented by our tertiary institutions and leading archaeologists, is that many of these ancient stone settlements were built by the women and children. Do with this theory what you want.]

[size=But the link between Adam’s Calendar and the stone ruins still evaded us. For some reason we were under the impression that the Barberton valley and impact crater did not have any stone ruins. The valley is the entire flat area, surrounded by mountains, which is overlooked by Adam’s Calendar. Until my friend Brian Young called me one day in great excitement, saying that he found a circle. Fortunately for me Brian is a superb pilot who runs a flying school right in the heart of the Barberton valley. We went flying on several occasion and not only did we find many stone circles but also the ancient roads that connected them all at some stage in the distant past. We also found gold mines and many other strange anomalies.]

[size=Suddenly it became quite obvious. If this was indeed Enki’s calendar, at the dawn of humanity, the entire valley would have been the main settlement and gold-mining area in the entire southern African region. From the edge of the mountain top where the calendar is perched, you can see the entire valley. The master looking down on his slaves producing gold, in thousands of gold mines. The most impressive of all would have been a hidden mine just north of Adam’s Pyramids, perched right in the middle of the valley. A mine that was rediscovered by prospectors many thousands of years later, and appropriately named, Sheba Gold Mine.]

[size=Did I say pyramids? You heard right. We will deal with the growing body of evidence in the next article. ]
 
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Hi PSY, sorry to interrupt but tell me please what is Brian's surname, the pilot in Barberton?

Why I'm asking is because we used to live there for many years, maybe we know him..

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No, the name does'nt ring a bell..

 

Glenn, I listened to all Stephen Hawkins's videos and its really very interesting but scary too..

What I was still wondering about is where did that very first ball of "whatever" come from in the first place, before the big bang.

And, where does gravity come from?

 

I suppose one cant get all the answers!:fbash

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 Glenn, I listened to all Stephen Hawkins's videos and its really very interesting but scary too..

What I was still wondering about is where did that very first ball of "whatever" come from in the first place, before the big bang.

And, where does gravity come from?

 

I suppose one cant get all the answers!:fbash


Sarah,

What I was still wondering about is where did that very first ball of "whatever" come from in the first place, before the big bang.

One way to think about it is to say that before the Big Bang there was a single value of a single type but at the Big Bang this was split into many values of many types.

It's a bit abstract but all our notions and concepts of existance require a post Big Bang environment to be expressed.

 

And, where does gravity come from?

I suspect gravity was the last dimension to collide with (or be added to) our universe.  Before then, it was possibly a humongous lump of Bose-Einstein condensate.

The effects of gravity being introduced has produced stars, galaxies, etc. and everything else we observe, it almost certainly has to be the last ingredient.

I find in inconceivable that all rules governing the universe came together at once, though I don't discount the possibility, it seems improbable.  I speculate the last bang in the sequence of the "biggie" is gravity, otherwise, inflationary or an expanding universe would cause more filaments and/or some semblance of a center.

But then it's entirely possible that gravity existed first and something caused matter to spontaneously exist.  Given the rules of energy conservation, this seems unlikely.


 

Does this help you a little more ?




 







 

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Its just weird that on the moon, for example, there's just about no gravity.. What actually causes gravity?

Its hard for me to understand, what was before the Big bang, but, I'm getting there..:fbash

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Sarah de Jager wrote: Its just weird that on the moon, for example, there's just about no gravity.. What actually causes gravity?

Its hard for me to understand, what was before the Big bang, but, I'm getting there..:fbash

Its just weird that on the moon, for example, there's just about no gravity.. What actually causes gravity?

Firstly Sarah, I'm not a scientist, but here's a theory one would agree on .. take for example, A planet has an orbit because of the mass of the planet and because the object being pulled towards the planet has close distance between the planet. That's how there are moons around planets, because they got caught in the gravitational pull (orbit) of the planet.

If the distance between the planet and the object were to change, the gravitational pull would stay the same, then the planet would have a harder time pulling the object closer and into its gravitational pull because the distance was farther away.
If the mass of the object were to increase that the planet was pulling, the gravitational pull would stay the same, then the planet would also have a harder time pulling the object closer and into its gravitational pull because the amount of material the planet was pulling would have increased.


I do know no one has an answer to gravity, not even scientist's know either..

Its hard for me to understand, what was before the Big bang, but, I'm getting there..

I think this is where science ends and religion is called on to step up. - I could say that Science doesn't preclude religion - they perform fundamentally different purposes.  Science describes what happens in the universe but religion claims to give reasons for why things happen - However, My point was that religion does provide answers for those who have faith.  For those lacking such faith (like other's), I don't consider them "answers".

It seems when science hasn't an answer, one is made up until a better explanation comes along.  Early native Americans, not knowing how thunder is created, would have staked their life that there is, in fact, a thundergod.  We now know this not to be true.

Carl Sagan had the view that as time goes by, each mystery is revealed by science, as advanced measuring methods are developed.

We humans have a hard time accepting things unless we can clearly see them.

It is as hard to imagine the period before the big bang as it is to imagine a four dimensional universe, one in which there would be four lines radiating at 90 degrees from the corner of a room, rather than the current three.  Look up at the corner of your room and try it.
Because we can't imagine or see it, does not rule out the possibility.

I, like many others I'm sure, would love to know the answer to this question.  It would have a profound impact on religion and science, as it is one of the few grand mysteries that stares us in the face everyday, but still remains unanswered.

So we spend time trying to visualize what was before the big bang, yet our minds are not capable of visualizing pure nothingness (if, in fact, that's how it was?).  It's like trying to consider eternity.  If you lie in bed sometimes and try for a while, you might, like I do, get a fleeting idea of the concept.  It startles me, then leaves.

I think the same will always be true when considering "what happened before the big bang?"


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Good grief !! If all this discussion was about some fish I'd be catching it right now :-D

All human theories. There is no evidence that there was a big bang or that we evolved from apes (although there may be a point on this one ! ).

I've seen a lot of fancy video's, some very impressive, on the creation of the earth and the evolving of man to where we are today. Computer technology makes it possible to create VERY impressive and persuading visual presentations, and there are some good logic behind it. BUT, in time if you ponder these theories, you will discover some loopholes in them which voids them after a while. There are things science cannot explain, or create or clone and so on. Start with integrity, it's even hard to define. A consience is another. Lots of these around that is unique in humans.



On the ruins discovered in Africa or SA some 150 000 years ago I have a question. What went wrong ? Did they get fed up with earth and return home ? Any 'city' would involve calculations and engineering. Mining gold ? So there was a currency if it was that important. Where did the gold go ? City's need infrastructure, water, food, organization.

Well on this one, if you tell me they have from then on evolved back int to time then I can believe it, just see how SA is devolving on the moment :-D

As for the Q IF there is a God ? I don't know. If he was lonely and wanted companionship why isn't he here with us, why the wars, pain and all the crap going on ? Why create 'humans' that die and then 'live again'. If he is allmighty and can do anything, why not make the earth or paradise the place of joy and harmony for who he creates this for. Why wait all this time to cast the angels and the devil in the fire. Almighty means you can create any enemy if you love battles and fight them.

Also, why if there is a God would we 'evolve' from amoeba or some other basic creatures. What a letdown. And then there's the other Q. If we 'evolved', why haven't all the other primitives evolved also, only humans. Surely amuba should be able to talk and communicate by now or what is the secret ingredient for evolution ? We need a hell of a lot of that and very quickly if we were of a mind not to fall back in time a few hundred years in the near future.

So, all of this is mere speculation, theories, personal beliefs - and very little evidence. The one thing I can say about actual life on earth is it is complex, to put it simply. Just try to understand wiemen. Don't know what God had in mind there but good grief !!

I read somewhere the Q is, did God create Man, or did Man create God. I think every one wants to believe there is more that this simple existence and then you die and it's over, gone, there has to be something better.

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Fanie wrote: Good grief !! If all this discussion was about some fish I'd be catching it right now :-D

All human theories. There is no evidence that there was a big bang or that we evolved from apes (although there may be a point on this one ! ).

I've seen a lot of fancy video's, some very impressive, on the creation of the earth and the evolving of man to where we are today. Computer technology makes it possible to create VERY impressive and persuading visual presentations, and there are some good logic behind it. BUT, in time if you ponder these theories, you will discover some loopholes in them which voids them after a while. There are things science cannot explain, or create or clone and so on. Start with integrity, it's even hard to define. A consience is another. Lots of these around that is unique in humans.



On the ruins discovered in Africa or SA some 150 000 years ago I have a question. What went wrong ? Did they get fed up with earth and return home ? Any 'city' would involve calculations and engineering. Mining gold ? So there was a currency if it was that important. Where did the gold go ? City's need infrastructure, water, food, organization.

Well on this one, if you tell me they have from then on evolved back int to time then I can believe it, just see how SA is devolving on the moment :-D

As for the Q IF there is a God ? I don't know. If he was lonely and wanted companionship why isn't he here with us, why the wars, pain and all the crap going on ? Why create 'humans' that die and then 'live again'. If he is allmighty and can do anything, why not make the earth or paradise the place of joy and harmony for who he creates this for. Why wait all this time to cast the angels and the devil in the fire. Almighty means you can create any enemy if you love battles and fight them.

Also, why if there is a God would we 'evolve' from amoeba or some other basic creatures. What a letdown. And then there's the other Q. If we 'evolved', why haven't all the other primitives evolved also, only humans. Surely amuba should be able to talk and communicate by now or what is the secret ingredient for evolution ? We need a hell of a lot of that and very quickly if we were of a mind not to fall back in time a few hundred years in the near future.

So, all of this is mere speculation, theories, personal beliefs - and very little evidence. The one thing I can say about actual life on earth is it is complex, to put it simply. Just try to understand wiemen. Don't know what God had in mind there but good grief !!

I read somewhere the Q is, did God create Man, or did Man create God. I think every one wants to believe there is more that this simple existence and then you die and it's over, gone, there has to be something better.


Fanie,

You have some good question's there, I can't answer that one..  I don't know the south african history fully.. I'm sure Psy or Simen could answer them for you!

So, all of this is mere speculation, theories, personal beliefs - and very little evidence. The one thing I can say about actual life on earth is it is complex, to put it simply. Just try to understand wiemen. Don't know what God had in mind there but good grief !!


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I read somewhere the Q is, did God create Man, or did Man create God. I think every one wants to believe there is more that this simple existence and then you die and it's over, gone, there has to be something better.

Can you explain your belief's on there has to be something better? A theory possibly ?

 

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I have no theory, but if the taxi runs you over tomorrow, then what.

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Fanie wrote: I have no theory, but if the taxi runs you over tomorrow, then what.
Then you gonne sit on some very hot rock OR you gonne be living everlasting in the most indescribable place ever. Your Choice NOW.

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you gonne be living everlasting in the most indescribable place ever
Uh hu. And where would this be, and what about all the billions and billions of people who lived before, will they also be there ?

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Fanie wrote: you gonne be living everlasting in the most indescribable place ever
Uh hu. And where would this be, and what about all the billions and billions of people who lived before, will they also be there ?

There is one of the planets out there that we as humans know off in creation that: It will take you 3000000 human years at the speed of light to get from the one side to the opposite side. Man your and my brain are to small and so minute to sense the power of the all MIGHTY. So don't think!!! Just believe. You got nothing to loose. Just to gain. Today is here. Live it well. Yesterday is gone and what is done and been spoken is history. Tomorrow is the same. You don't have control of it as the day that is past. But what you do have a choice on is where you gonne end up when you don't see tomorrow. ^^..^^..

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