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Go Siem Reap visit Angkor Wat and stay with Angkor Orchid Central Hotel. http://www.angkororchid.com

Siem Reap, Cambodia Friday February 2014 I woke feeling a little bit sick, so I stuck to some nice plain toast for brekky.

..nothing can be proven about the surprising astronomical knowledge (Sirius A n B) of the Dogon Tribe… but one must remember the astonishing resemblance between the Nommo and the legends from Indian, Greek and Mesopotanian Mythology, also talking about fish-like creatures (see Oannes and Matsya) that came from the sky and brought knowledge to mankind

Legends from Indian, Greek and Mesopotanian Mythology, also talking about fish-like creatures (see Oannes and Matsya) that came from the sky and brought knowledge to mankind

Buddha Buddhism, Buddha Zen, Humbleness, Mindfulness, Gardens, Health, Compassion, Recovery, Symbols

Shiva temple

Temple India, Om Namah Shivaya, Shiva Shakti, Hindu Deities, Indian Gods, Lord Shiva, Hindu Art, Shiv Ji, Sanskrit

Cnossus / Knossos

BC Tetradrachm Coin from Crete, Apollo with the inscription (ΠΟΛΧΟΣ ) Polhos and a circular Labyrinth with the inscription (ΚΝΩΣΙΩΝ) Cnossus

Ut’napishtim, o Noé da Suméria, resgata Gilgamesh do meio dos oceanos durante o Dilúvio provocado pelos Anunnaki.

Ut'napishtim, the Noah of Sumer, rescues Gilgamesh from the midst of the oceans during the Deluge provoked by the Anunnaki.

In this particular Naga Pratishta there are four snakes. The one on the left is a 7 headed snake (adi-shesha or sheshnag). The middle 5-headed snake has an idol of Subramanya (considered the god of snakes) below its hood. On the right there are two snakes intertwined with a Shiva Linga in the middle. Snakes intertwine only while mating, its anyones guess why mating snakes are depicted here!

In this particular Naga Pratishta there are four snakes. The one on the left is…

Olmecs - Monument 19, from La Venta, the earliest known representation of a feathered serpent in Mesoamerica. Courtesy George & Audrey Delange

Olmecs - Monument from La Venta, the earliest known representation of a feathered serpent in Mesoamerica.

Ganesh by dvandegriend on Flickr.

The Hindu god of good fortune, Ganesh, is carved into wood and ornately painted and decorated.