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Author: Catalyzing Change

6,500 yr old Megalithic Stones of Carnac, Brittany, France

In Brittany France there are over 3,000 mysterious massive rocks, some up to 350 tons, arranged in rows and other shapes which expand over 2 miles of the french country side. Many researchers believe that they are connected with our planetary energy grid system. The site is dated at 3,300 B.C – 4,500 B.C. Carnac is one of three sites on Earth that is said to be seen clearly from outer space. The other two locations are said to be the Great Wall of China and Nazca lines of Peru.  At one end of the stones shown at Carnac...

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Stanton Drew Stone Circles, Somerset, England

The largest stone circle at Stanton Drew is the Great Circle, 113 m in diameter and the second largest stone circle in Britain (after Avebury); It is considered to be one of the largest and most impressive Neolithic monuments to have been built. The Great Circle probably consisted of 30 stones, of which 27 survive today, and was surrounded by the ditch (approximately 135m outer diameter — now filled in) of a henge. The North East Circle is 30 m in diameter and probably consisted of 10 or more stones, of which 8 survive today. The South West Circle...

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Puerta de Hayu Marka, “Gate of the Gods” in Peru

A huge mysterious door-like structure in the Hayu Marca mountain region of Southern Peru near Lake Titicaca, 65 kilometres from the city of Puno, has long been revered by local indians as the “City of the Gods.” Although no actual city has ever been discovered, it is part of an area known as a Valley of the Spirits, or Stone Forest, made of strange rock formations that resemble animals, beings, buildings, dinosaurs, and artificial structures. The door or the “Puerta de Hayu Marca” (Gate of the Gods) has been, at some time in the distant past, carved out of...

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Tian Tan Buddha, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Completed in 1993, the statue is located near the Po Lin Monastery and symbolizes the harmonious relationship between man and nature. It is a major center of Buddhism in Hong Kong, and is also a popular tourist attraction. Visitors have 240 steps to climb to reach this immense bronze statue. At 112 ft tall and weighing in at 275 tons, it is one of the world’s largest...

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Giant Buddha Carved in Stone, China

Begun in the year 713 in the Tang Dynasty, and finished in the year 803, the statue took people more than 90 years to carve. During these years, thousands of workers had expended their efforts and wisdom on the project. The giant Buddha is carved out of a cliff face that lies at the confluence of the Minjiang, Dadu and Qingyi rivers in the southern part of Sichuan province in China, near the city of Leshan. Facing the river, the Buddha has symmetrical posture and looks which have been beautifully captured in its solemn stillness. It is 71 meters...

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