8 US Soldiers Disappear Removing 5000 Year Old Flying Machine From Afghan Cave

8 US Soldiers Disappear Removing 5000 Year Old Flying Machine From Afghan Cave

A vimana has been discovered in a cave in Afghanistan. It has attracted the attention of world leaders including U.S. president Obama. A group of soldiers made the discovery on a scout mission in the desert of Afghanistan. 8 U.S. troops are missing after making the discovery. FYI a vimana is an ancient flying machine described in ancient Indian Sanskrit epics. The vimana found in Afghanistan is reported to be an estimated 5,000 years old. It is said to be protected by a strange energy barrier that is preventing troops from extracting the vimana. What caused the sudden rush of these most powerful leaders of the Western World to go to Afghanistan, this report continues, was to directly view the discovery by US Military scientists of what is described as a Vimana entrapped in a Time Well that has already caused the disappearance of at least 8 American Soldiers trying to remove it from the cave it has been hidden in for the past estimated 5,000 years.Listen George Noory about this subject From the ancient accounts found in the Sanskrit epic The Mahabharata, we know that a Vimana measured twelve cubits in circumference, with four strong wheels. Apart from itsblazing missiles, The Mahabharata records the use of its other deadly weapons that operated via a circular reflector. When switched on, it produced a shaft of light which, when focused on any target, immediately consumed it with its power. Most intriguing of all about this report is its stating that not just any Vimana has been discovered, but from the ancient writings contained in the cave where it was discovered,...
Satanic Pedophilia Network Exposed in Australia

Satanic Pedophilia Network Exposed in Australia

The New World Order cult that rules the world administers a Satanic Pedophilia Network, including top-level politicians like Australian Prime Ministers and US Presidents. The Satanic Pedophilia Network which underlies the New World Order was again exposed in the last few months by another brave whistleblower. Australian woman Fiona Barrett showed a ton of courage in going public at a Sydney press conference in October 2015 and naming names. Fiona, a former victim of Satanic ritual abuse and part of an international VIP pedophile ring, not only exposed the existence of the Satanic pedophilia network and its international child trafficking ring, but actually named 3 former Australian Prime Ministers and 1 former US President as perpetrators. She reveals that this network, composed of famous actors, celebrities, judges, politicians and other high-flyers, has infiltrated all the key organizations and institutions in Australia just as it has in the US and Britain. Warning: what follows is graphic and requires a great deal of maturity to swallow, but if youre interested in the real truth of whats going on in the world, read on. Fiona saw it all Satanic ritual, rape, torture and murder but actually says the way Ive been treated for reporting the crimes Ive witnessed and experienced has been far worse than my original abuse experiences. That speaks volumes about peoples collective denial and amnesia, doesnt it? Pedophiles Running Rampant Down Under Fiona proclaims that Australia is a pedophile haven. She explains how Australia took in a large number of Nazi war criminals, including her own step-grandparents. She was introduced by her own family to an international child trafficking...
This Lavish City Is 6 Times The Size Of NYC And Nearly Abandoned

This Lavish City Is 6 Times The Size Of NYC And Nearly Abandoned

Theres a town in Burma that almost nobody has ever heard of. The weird thing is, its their capital. The Burmese government announced 10 years ago that the new capital would move from Yangon to Naypyidaw. There wasnt any further explanation given and it seems strange since nobody seemed familiar with Naypyidaw. The country of Burma is located in Southeast Asia, bordering five countries. The Burmese military regime is considered to be one of the worlds most repressive. Since moving the capital, foreign journalists have not received an invitation to Naypyidaw and its been essentially closed off to westerners. Its especially strange considering that Naypyidaw took millions to build and is six times larger than New York City. Although it was built to house over a million people, this metropolitan city is largely vacant. On an average day, only a few government and civil workers can be seen in the city. When The Guardian covered the city, they described it as an eerie picture of post-apocalypse suburban America; like a David Lynch film on location in North Korea. The city was mainly built for government staff, but Burma is a very poor country and the capital is one of the only areas where there is work to be found. The city was built in the middle of an unsettled jungle and although the restaurants and hotels are completely empty, theres wi-fi everywhere. The streets are built for 20 lanes of traffic, but the boulevards are almost completely empty. There have been reports that Burma contracted technicians from North Korea to build an undisclosed network of tunnels. Much of Naypyidaws...
THE MAN WHO BROKE THE BANK AT MONTE CARLO

THE MAN WHO BROKE THE BANK AT MONTE CARLO

The Casino de Monte-Carlo is one of the most famous gambling establishments on Earth and as a result is often referenced in various forms of media. Perhaps the most well-known mention of the casino is the song, The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo. But who was this mysterious gambler and how exactly did he break the bank? To begin with, we should probably explain what breaking the bank means, since there appears to be some confusion around what specifically it refers to in this context. Breaking the bank happens when a gambler wins more money than the table theyre playing at currently has available. While breaking the bank can also technically refer to winning more money than the entire casino currently has available, this is virtually impossible (at least today) for a variety of remarkably uninteresting reasons. As for the term itself, it is said to originate from a French saying, faire sauter la banque, which roughly translates to- you guessed it- breaking the bank. At the Monte-Carlo, whenever someone was able to accomplish the impressive feat of breaking the bank, the staff would place a ceremonial black cloth over the table while more chips were brought over, meaning technically, a skilled or lucky player could break the bank several times over the course of an evening. One of the first men known to have accomplished this at the Monte-Carlo was an engineer called Joseph Jagger who, in 1873, studied the casinos six roulette wheels in an effort to discern whether or not they were truly random. After many hours of watching the wheels and meticulously...
Only 2% Of All People Can Hear This Mysterious Sound… And Nobody Knows Why

Only 2% Of All People Can Hear This Mysterious Sound… And Nobody Knows Why

For years, there have been reported incidents around the world of people hearing a strange humming sound of unknown origin. At best, this sound is annoying, and at its worst, it can be downright maddening. But there is one strange thing about this horrible noise: most people cant hear it. The Hum has taken on many names according to the regions where it can be heard, including the Bristol Hum (South England) and the Taos Hum (New Mexico). But no matter where you are, if you are part of the 2% of the population who can hear it, The Hum just wont leave you alone. The Hum is usually heard indoors, and its more audible at night. Humming reports are uncommon in urban areas, likely because crowded cities tend to have consistent background noise that would drown out The Hum. According to a 2003 study by acoustical consultant Geoff Leventhall, of the roughly two percent of people that can hear the sound, most of them are between the ages of 55 and 70. Some people hear The Hum throughout the day, while others only hear it occasionally. Similarly, some people hear it more strongly than others. It can be so annoying that it can interfere with ones day-to-day life, and has even been blamed for at least one suicide. Headaches, nausea, dizziness, nosebleeds, and sleep disturbances have all been reported by those suffering from The Hum. Some physicians say the hum could be a sign of tinnitus, which means that those people hear sounds that do not exist. However, this seems unlikely when considering that The Hum is only...
The Castle Was Completely Abandoned In 1991….. 24 Years Later, The World Is Fascinated By The Inside

The Castle Was Completely Abandoned In 1991….. 24 Years Later, The World Is Fascinated By The Inside

Out in the Belgian countryside, hidden in dense vegetation, lies one of the countrys most precious hidden gems: the Castle Miranda. The impressive building, which is also known as Chateau Noisy, has had a long and eventful history since it was built in 1866. Now the imposing castle remains abandoned, with rumors that it will soon be bulldozed to the ground. Fortunately there are still people who get into the private ground and documenting the fascinating inside. Keep that its pretty damn delicious? The castle was completed in 1907 and designed by architect Edward Milner, who, however died before he saw the construction completed. The wealthy Liedekerke-Beaufort family, who lost their former home during the French Revolution, moved into the mighty castle with over 500 windows and a 50-meter high bell tower. The Liedekerke-Beaufort family had not really decided what theyd use the castle to, and they gradually decided they would make it their summer home. The familys coat of arms above the entrance testifies to powerful and wealthy owners. During World War II, battles erupted around the castle. Nazi forces gradually took over the massive building as they invaded Belgium. When World War II ended, Miranda got a new owner: NMBS, that is the Belgian National Railway company. The castles name was changed to Chateau Noisy and became an orphanage for children with health problems. The new name, Noisy, alluded perhaps to the fairly high noise levels that could be heard there due to all the kids. The castle could accommodate over 200 children between the ages of 5 and 14. The large fountain in the back of...