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MAINZ, Germany – An underground “anomaly” has been discovered in a German town after a filmmaker potentially cracked a code that he believes will lead him to a hidden Nazi treasure.
For decades, a myth has taken root over millions of dollars worth of diamonds and gold bullion, which is rumored to be buried somewhere in Bavaria. Nazi leaders supposedly brought the cache to the “Alpine Fortress” that Heinrich Himmler, head of Adolf Hitler’s dreaded “SS” protection squadron, hoped to erect in southern Germany. . . . Read Complete Report
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Iran has strongly condemned the US for carrying out a nuclear test in Nevada this week, saying the move threatens world peace and shows a hypocritical set of double standards set by Washington when it comes to nuclear research.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry said the Wednesday detonation proves that US foreign policy relies heavily on the use of nuclear weapons, disregarding UN calls for global disarmament, PressTV reports.
The experiment also drew criticism from Japan, with Hiroshima Mayor Kazumi Matsui wondering why the Obama administration carried out the test, despite saying he would “seek a nuclear-free world.” . . . Read Complete Report w/ video
The Voynich manuscript is the most mysterious of all texts. It is seven by ten inches in size, and about 200 pages long. It is made of soft, light-brown vellum. It is written in a flowing cursive script in alphabet that has never been seen elsewhere. Nobody knows what it means. During World War II some of the top military code-breakers in America tried to decipher it, but failed. A professor at the University of Pennsylvania seems to have gone insane trying to figure it out. Though the manuscript was found in Italy, statistical analyses show the text is completely different in character from any European language. Here’s a sample page:. . . . Read Complete Report
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It’s known as the world’s most mysterious manuscript – an illustrated tome that’s baffled experts for centuries.
Written in bizarre ‘alien’ characters and illustrated with sketches no one can understand, the book’s author is unknown and it has no official title.
Cryptographers, historians and bibliophiles have examined the 15th Century text. But so far no-one has worked out what it means. . . continue
I have been intrigued by this MS myself for many years. The hundreds of flowers and plants that are presented in amazing detail is what I have studied the most. They are like nothing found on earth no matter what the above article claims. But inside the earth… ah….? EDITOR