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Bedrijfsfilm over Cheops :: de firma die voor al je netwerkproblemen een oplossing biedt.
17 Jun 2008
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Lernen der Cheops Relax Methode direkt online per Messenger von Kamera zu Kamera. Im online Unterricht wird die Cheops Relax Methode vermittelt als traditionelle oder fernöstlich erotische Entspannungs- und Massagetechnik. Learning Cheops Relax Method directly online via Messenger and cam 2 cam instructions. In this workshop the Cheops Relax Method you will learn as traditional or far east relax- and massage technique. *******relaxcoach.freehostia****
7 Dec 2008
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Wonders of the World, a clip from “King Tut, Ramses and Me”, a free Intrepid Berkeley Explorer video of time travel in Egypt; featuring the Pyramids of Giza, a talking Sphinx, King Tut, the temples of Luxor (Thebes), Ramses the Second’s Abu Simbel Temple, sailing on the Nile, Cairo mosques, and much more. To enjoy all of this film, plus over 30 more free, non-commercial, streaming travel videos from every continent, and still pictures, please click on Related Link below, which takes you to my Video Page; or ask a search engine for: Intrepid Berkeley Explorer
9 Jan 2008
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Solomon Series initially began as a solution building team for the Great Pyramid. The solution came simply when we uncovered an Ancient Text set that had never been accurately applied to this problem. Check out the free information here on these videos and at our website www.SolomonSeries****
5 Jun 2009
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9 Mar 2010
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Expeditionen in die geheimen Bereiche von Pyramiden und Sphinx - Ein Schlüssel zu unserer Herkunft und ein Schlüssel zu unserer Zukunft
18 Oct 2010
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Expeditions into the mysterious realms of the Pyramids and the Sphinx – A key to both our origin and our future
18 Oct 2010
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7DY-DVD-101 - Egypt is a land of monumental temples, gigantic pyramids, the River Nile and the mysterious Sphinx: 5000 years of history. Founded by Alexander The Great in 332 B.C., the city of Alexandria is located in the Nile Delta and it was here that Caesar and Mark Anthony fell under Cleopatra’s spell. Cairo is Africa’s largest city and the heart of the Arab world, extreme poverty living next to opulent wealth, and modern, Western boutiques next to ancient souks. The Cairo Museum is home to the most extensive collection of Egyptian antiquities, including the golden mask and tomb of Tutankamun. Towering above almost any other human achievement are the impressive three pyramids of Gisa. The Cheops Pyramid, the world’s largest single construction, took four hundred thousand workers twenty years to build. It weighs as much as all the cathedrals in Europe put together and spans an area of 53,000 square metres - the height of a fifty storey skyscraper. In the middle of today’s modern city of Luxor, known as the ‘Capital City Of The Pharaohs’, the Luxor Temple stretches along the eastern banks of the Nile and, not far away, the temple complex of Karnak and the Amun Temple. 67 kilometres from Luxor, on the western bank of the Nile, lies the Temple Of Dendera, the most important place of worship for the love goddess, HATHOR, whose heavenly appearance was portrayed by the body of a cow. At Aswan, the landscape of the Nile is enchanting, but it is the stone temples of Abu Simbel that take one back to ancient Egypt, land of the Pharaohs, and archaeological paradise.
11 Apr 2009
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"The Country Of Egypt is one of Africa’s richest countries in stipulations of history. Egypt’s record goes reverse to the very old times before the Bible. The biblical and artistic history of Egypt is as varied and fascinating as the undiscovered tomb and cities lying under the desert sand in Upper and Lower Egypt. The big pyramid of Cheops, which is the largest of the pyramids in Giza stand at stature of 140 metres. It is a stunning spectacle to reach your destination at the foot of the pyramid and just gaze at its pure size. It is predictable that every block of sandstone weighs about 2.5 tons and over 2.3 million of these blocks were used to build this pyramid. It is predictable that the huge Pyramid of Cheops weight over 6 million tons. One feature that I have noticed while viewing the pyramids from afar is the accurate and precise structural design. Even though the majority of the encasing marble was detached centuries ago and then eroded by rain and sunlight, safe for the top most apexes, the triangular structural plan is totally ideal. "
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Perché miti, religioni, scritture e costruzioni inverosimilmente appartenenti a un medesimo ceppo sono comuni sia in Mongolia che in India, in Cina, in Egitto e nell’America precolombiana? Per quale motivo ci sono gruppi di persone che hanno fisionomia e dialetti simili anche se abitano a centinaia o a migliaia di chilometri di distanza? Come mai su molte isole dell’Oceano Pacifico si trovano statue o costruzioni fatte con materiali che non esistono su di esse? La risposta è semplice: perché tutte le antiche civiltà nascono dalla “terra madre” Mu. Quando dodicimila anni fa Mu scomparve, inabissandosi nell’Oceano Pacifico, pochi superstiti sopravvissero sulle isole che si erano create con i frammenti del continente. La maggior parte di queste persone si imbarbarì, solo alcuni continuarono a esercitare il loro sapere segreto, ereditato dai loro antenati delle Pleiadi che, dopo essersi trasferiti sulla Terra, vivevano pacificamente insieme agli uomini nel continente Mu: sono i kahuna, anelli di congiunzione tra il mondo umano e quello animale. Stella, la protagonista del libro, è una di loro. Il suo potere non deriva da un’indistinta origine magica ma è frutto di un legame con un passato, coerentemente descritto, che le permette di scoprire la Terra Cava, il mondo nascosto cercato sin dai tempi di Platone in ogni epoca e in tutte le regioni del mondo. L’autrice porta i lettori non in un mondo irreale e fantastico ma in un mondo che è quello attuale visto con una libertà di pensiero affascinante che permetterà loro di vivere sorprendenti avventure nella piramide di Cheope, a Baalbek ad Angkor e nell’Isola di Pasqua oltre che in Venezuela, in America e in Francia. Questo romanzo, in un avvincente intreccio narrativo, mescola sapientemente caratteristiche del genere d’avventura con elementi di archeologia e di fantascienza. - www.booktrailers.eu
13 Jun 2010
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