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2023.06.09 16:47 Adventurous-Ear9433 Teotihuacan: Purpose of mica, pyrite, mercury, Genetic Evidence for 2 founding populations

Teotihuacan was built on a geodetic grid system (a power center) in perfect sacred geometrical alignment with the cosmos to harness the energy of earth and sky. To understand it, we must go back to the original truth of the purpose. advanced design of Teotihuacan suggests that ancient builders had knowledge, not only of architecture, but of complex mathematical and astronomical sciences. The term 'Teohuacan' was found inscribed halfway across the globe on monuments in China, the term means 'place of the sun'(*our translation is 'Place to tie up the sun)Mercury, Hermes was the great Messenger, which also speaks for the planets quick trips around the sun. An aerial view shocked many researchers, but following the traditions we know what every pyramid was used for. Circuit Board-Teohuatican with two large processor chips— the Sun Pyramid and the Moon Pyramid. . One of the most interesting things about Teotihuacan is the finding by archaeologists of the extensive use of mica embedded in numerous structures. This mineral is found 3,000 miles away in Brazil and it is found in all buildings, housing complexes, temples and along the roads so basically this mineral is all over Teotihuacan.
The pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan contained considerable amounts of mica in layers up to 30 cm. Human use of mica dates back to prehistoric times. Mica was known to ancient Indian, Egyptian, Greek and Roman andChinese civilizations, as well as the Aztec civilization of the New World. The earliest use of mica has been found in cave paintings created during the Upper Paleolithic period (40,000 BC to 10,000 BC). The ancient civilizations & their inexplicable similarities are only shocking when one has disregarded our ancestors traditions as 'mythical ', which is a mistake made by academics only recently.
Mica is stable when exposed to electricity, light, moisture, and extreme temperatures. It has superior electrical properties as an insulator and as a dielectric, and can support an electrostatic field while dissipating minimal energy in the form of heat; it can be split very thin (0.025 to 0.125 millimeters or thinner) while maintaining its electrical properties, has a high dielectric breakdown, is thermally stable to 500 °C, and is resistant to corona discharge. Muscovite, the principal mica used by the electrical industry, is used in capacitors that are ideal for high frequency and radio frequency. Phlogopite mica remains stable at higher temperatures (to 900 °C) and is used in applications in which a combination of high-heat stability and electrical properties is required. Muscovite and phlogopite are used in sheet and ground forms.
The Maya Codex Vaticanus records faithfully the very ancient oral traditions of Central America. In one curious passage it states that “in the First Age, giants existed in that country(Mexico). "These 7 who escaped from a deluge , arrive in Cholula and there began to build a tower… in order that should a deluge come again he might escape to it.” Nahuatl language it’s named Tlachihualtepetl (‘artificial mountain’). Originally it was named Acholollan (‘water that falls in the place of flight’).
-Olmec(Xi)-had two different religious associations (gya-fa):the jaguar-man or humano-feline cult and the humano-bird cult. The humano-feline cult was called the nama-tigi by the Olmecs, while the humano-feline cult was called the kuno-tigi..Xoc Bas Birdman
The Teotihuacan(Tlalocan )mural depicts a range of mountains covered in rolling clouds and mists, below a brilliant red sky dominated by the huge figure of Tláloc, the Maya/Aztec god of celestial waters. Falling from Tláloc's open hands are flaming droplets of celestial water, likely representing the high-resonance isotope of protium, that overtly reference the ignition of celestial water vapor to form HHO plasma. The differentiation of celestial waters from terrestrial waters through the infrasonic evaporation of water vapor corresponds to special modern water purification processes involving the separation of resonant lightwater (protium) from dissonant heavy waters deuterium & tritium
The plumed headdress of Tláloc is comprised of radiating feathers of green and red hues, representing the colors of auroral plasma. Three arching red plumes stand out from the other green plumes of the headdress, extending from either side of the central figure and from the foreheads (pineal glands) of the two smaller figures in profile, representing the three frequencies of sound that generate nonlinear standing waves. Rising above the giant central figure of Tláloc is a majestic twisting Tree of Life image, composed of intertwining plumes of yellow/green and pink/red aerial HHO plasma that appear identical to modern photographs of the plasma discharges of red sprites.
Tláloc, God of Celestial Water, god of the vapor that rises, from the earth warmed by the sun after the rains, god of the mist that ascends from the valleys at dawn, god of the water that returns to its source in the clouds that swim over the highest peaks, god of the humid incense from which rise the copal prayers and the prayers of sacrifice
Tláloc is the return of vapor that strains to rise, is the return of time that strains to remember. Tláloc, God of the Fight Against the Current, with whose aid the hero battles against the torrent toward his own origin and beginning, towards the wings of his soul, the wings that Tláloc hides in the hero's past
The cycle of years is past - the waiting ended. Come - reunite, pilgrims, for the sky is in flames! From Xochicalco to Teotíhuacan the red spreads one step, another step, and another, only twelve short steps from the cave of the womb to the final conflagration
The red skies depicted in the Teotihuacan mural are also directly referenced in the Pyramid of Fire Codex, when it states that "the sky will be in flames" that will spread from one pyamid to another, as the worldwide netwrok of pyramids and sacred sites become activated to bath the area in the brilliant infrared and ultraviolet-A light of aerial HHO plasma plumes.ancient, unknown science designed to create energy directed up is excavating the tunnel.
-The geoposition of Teotihuacan pyramid complex (19.68°N 98.83°W), reveals a nonlinear (or Fibonacci-based) resonant alignment with respect to the Great Pyramid of Giza, being 7,684 miles away or 30.9% of the Earth's mean circumference (of 24,892 miles)..which is also observed in the Paracas petroglyphs.
The Sanskrit descendant cultures of Asia express the same essential interpretation given by the Maya culture of Central America; identifying the planet Mercury as ‘the fast runner’ that takes ‘quick flight’ around the sun, having a short orbital period of approximately 88 days. Among Nahuatl cultures, the art of running was crucial to the functioning of society, enabling the rapid conveyance of messages over long distance.
Mercury is the link (messenger) between the gods (higher principles) and humankind. In the ancient art of alchemy, such as in Hermeticism, Mercury, sulfur, and salt were the Earth's three principle substances that represent the trinity in creation. As sulphur is the symbol for the active principle, mercury is the symbol of the passive principle.The symbol of Mercury is the cosmic womb being incubated by the cross of the four elements of creation - earth, air, fire and water. Mercury is the messenger in Astrology as it is in mythology. It is the planet of day-to-day expression and communication. Mercury's action is to take things apart and put them back together again. It is an opportunistic planet, decidedly unemotional and curious. Mercury not only rules communication, it represents coordination. Thought processes, ideas, and sensory information from both unconscious and unconscious sources all need to be coordinated and understood.
Ive said before that the mercury was used to accomplish communication wth the Gods, The fluid metal element mercury was extolled as generating the luminosity of the blood of gods, for its threefold biophotonic extension of human longevity, whereby adepts of the alchemical arts were able to attain long lifespans. Mercury was closely associated with its extreme volatility, which must be carefully controlled to achieve positive results. Mercury was considered an ethereal element for its low boiling point of 357°C. When heated above this temperature, quicksilver will rapidly vaporize as toxic fumes inspiring an association with quick flight: ‘mercury has wings’.
A number of the Mesoamerican pyramids there are key components designed into their construction that act as magnifiers. These components appear to be important in the creation, magnification, and distribution of telluric fields.Pyramid & Scalar WavesEarly Irrigation of Teotihuacan
Provenance od Limestone used in Teotihuacan
Identification of Pyrite & Hematite
• Water, either moving naturally including rivers or cenotes (found at El Castillo at Chichen Itza) or by artificial canals or tunnels, similar to the Temple of Inscription found at Palenque.)
• Geo-magnetic fields. Naturally formed telluric fields that have high and low period throughout day and night.
• Pyramid design. The specific pyramid shape appears to greatly enhance the telluric fields that pulse up and into the center of the chamber.
• Pyramid interior fill. At a number of pyramids, rocks that are good electromagnetic conductors fill the interior of the pyramids and are used to enhance the pulsing field. Rocks that have veins with quartz, granite, and other electrical conducting properties appear to be favored. Characterization of lime carbonates in plasters from Teotihuacan, Mexico: preliminary results of cathodoluminescence and carbon isotope analyses
Dr Burke &Dr Brooker research determined that each location had been chosen because of its naturally occurring telluric energy field that pulsed up and into the structure or surrounding area. Also Burke and his research partner Kaj Halberg discovered electro-magnetic signatures that measured impressive charges on top of the pyramid. In a series of scans, the readings showed an average change of 908 volts over a short period of time, which was concentrated in the early morning hours. As ive stated in the past, this is the ideal time for sungazing. The pineal, contains magnetite & creates its own magnetic field. This was once a universal practice at Sacred sites, in 2009 until Nov 2012 The grand maya council held 52 full moon ritual of the new cycle where we visited sacred sites around the world and brought back these rituals. Burke mentions the readings and states, “These voltages might sound lethal and if it were a household current they could be. However, static electric charge in the air is a different type of electricity and even a thousand volts is not dangerous.” His discovery of pyramid field generation is fascinating, but what he actually uncovered was a means of generating and perhaps distributing electromagnetic energy within a pyramid complex. Which aligns with the term used for the ancient Egyptians, the Great PrNtr-house of Nature, or house of energy).
Stanford edu-Native American & Polynesian population The Genetic Evidence for 2 founding populations has constantly confirmed our traditions, the idea of independent invention is absolute nonsense. Theres an overwhelming amount of evidence, "believe" is a term unfamiliar to Dogon culture & ive yet to see the point in such a thing. If preconceived biases have clouded the minds of the majority, and they ignore evidence thats their fault. The age of the Fourth Sun, the Age of the Black Headed People (Aztec), or the Age of Heroes (Inca). This is the era in which Quetzalcoatl appeared in Mexico -- tall of stature, bright of countenance, bearded, and wearing a long tunic. His staff, shaped like a serpent, was painted black, white, and red [reminiscent of American Indians' mythology of three races of Man]. The staff was inlaid with precious stones and adorned with six stars.
-Between the 14th and 16th centuries during the Aztec era, Quetzalcoatl was worshipped as the patron of priests, the inventor of books and the calendar, as well as the protector of goldsmiths and other craftsmen..Shamanism, was invented in west Africa & brought to the Mesoamerican civilizations. The Aztec oral traditions say that Quetzalcoatl & his followers brought these beliefs ,and came from the East across the oceans. This is now corroborated by genetic, skeletal remains, artifacts, you name it. Quetzalcoatl was just a High Priest of Anu. The Gold tipped spears,or as Columbus calls it ' guanin 'to the Indians of Hispaniola. Samples of which sent back to Spain on a mail boat, and the proportion was found to be identical to what was being forged in African Guinea.
Moche Reed BoatThe Xi(Olmec) were a mix of a Polynesian/Oceanic elite aristocratic people accompanied by priests of the Orisha(Yoruba)/Mende(MalinkeBambara)responsible for introducing the religious practices and astronomical worship of the Mother Goddess complex (Venus, the Dogon Sirius observation and the Venus worship of the Olmecs, the use of the ax in the worship of Shango among he Yoruba of West Africa and the use of the ax in Olmec worship as well as the prominence of the thunder God later known as Tlalock among the Aztecs).It was R1b-V88(Yoruba) that were known as magicians to the Mayans & local Aymara over in Bolivia because of their knowledge of acoustics, which they have preserved from the Nile Valley (Anu colleges of Heliopolis).
Again, we see Toward the end of the Fourth Sun, wars between the gods were taking place. [The Battle of the Titans?] The gods' war brought havoc to the land; wild animals overran mankind, and Tollan was abandoned. The fourth Sun had begun 5,042 years before the time of the Codex Vaticano-Latino 3738 (1533). The time the Fourth Sun ended is not stated, but the Codex was written during the Fifth Sun. The Fourth Sun may have perished by means of the Jaguar. The Fifth Sun is referred to as the Age of Kings by the Incas.
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2023.06.09 16:44 yakhinvadim Friday, June 9 — 5 significant news stories

Friday, June 9 — 5 significant news stories
Today ChatGPT read 1066 top news stories and gave 6 of them a significance score over 7.
After removing previously covered events, here is today’s significant news:
[7.7] General Motors adopts Tesla's charging plug standard, joins Supercharger network — Reuters
General Motors (GM) has agreed to adopt Tesla's North American charging plug standard and give GM electric-vehicle buyers access to the Tesla Supercharger network. The move follows a similar decision by Ford, meaning three of the top EV sellers in the North American market have now agreed on a standard for charging hardware. Tesla Superchargers account for about 60% of the total fast chargers in the United States and Canada, according to US Department of Energy data. The alliance among the three leading rival US EV manufacturers has significant commercial and public policy implications.
[7.7] Ukrainian forces launch assault against Russian positions in the south — The Guardian
Ukrainian forces have launched an assault against Russian positions in the south, with tanks, armoured vehicles, infantry and artillery being used in the fighting. The combat, which is taking place south of Zaporizhzhia, includes an attempt to break through in the Orihiv-Tokmak sector, which blocks the route to the Russian-occupied city of Melitopol. The Institute for the Study of War has said that the Ukrainian counteroffensive has begun, while Ukrainian officials have insisted that they would not make an official announcement when the counteroffensive begins and have cautioned against focusing on a single area, suggesting it could involve a number of components.
[7.3] Russian sabotage group accused of blowing up Ukrainian dam, causing mass flooding — Reuters
Ukraine's Security Service (SBU) has released an audio recording of a phone call it claims proves that a Russian "sabotage group" blew up the Kakhovka hydroelectric station and dam in southern Ukraine, causing mass flooding and environmental damage. The SBU has opened a criminal investigation into war crimes and "ecocide". Russia has accused Ukraine of destroying the dam, but has not commented on the recording. The SBU said the recording confirms that the dam was blown up by a Russian sabotage group, which wanted to blackmail Ukraine and staged a man-made disaster in the south of the country.
[7.2] Zelenskiy warns of global ecological disaster after Nova Kakhovka dam collapse — The Guardian
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has warned that the ecological disaster caused by the collapse of the Nova Kakhovka dam has become a global problem as contaminated waters flow into the Black Sea. The flood waters have brought sewage, oil, chemicals and possibly anthrax from animal burial sites. Kyiv has accused Russian forces of blowing up the dam and committing ecocide. The disaster has affected 100,000 people downstream, with 50,000 hectares of forests flooded, and 20,000 animals and 10,000 birds under threat of imminent death. The Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, 125 miles upstream from the dam, is also at risk.
[7.1] The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts intensifying weather patterns over winter — CNBC
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has announced that an El Niño climate pattern, which can cause warmer temperatures and more extreme weather, has arrived and is expected to strengthen over the winter. In the U.S., an El Niño can cause wetter weather in the south and drier conditions in the Pacific Northwest and Ohio Valley, and can potentially lead to a warmer winter in the north. The intensity of the event will influence its impacts. There's an 84% chance for a stronger than moderate El Niño this winter. Global effects may include droughts and fires in Indonesia/Australia and extreme rainfall in eastern South America.
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2023.06.09 16:41 TokeyDokey420 ISO one stop shop for couples massage and mani/pedi services

Hello! Can anyone recommend (or advise against) a place in SB where my husband and I can get massages and pedicures? The appointment is needed during daytime business hours if that matters at all. Thank you in advance!
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2023.06.09 16:40 Bspy10700 Why would the front of the wing be angled down during take off?

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2023.06.09 16:37 Bardo_Desafinadassou giving up...?

I think the person who made this arg is giving up, do you know why? because neither do I... it's been a few days since they've posted anything on twitter, the only one who posted was gus.
if all we've done is in vain...ovotyrhalg ibeur rhir itg wann ge el ild el.
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2023.06.09 16:33 L1spanish Native speakers of Spanish needed for a language study

(English below -- posted with mod approval)
Hola a todos!
Estoy buscando hablantes nativos de cualquier variedad de español para un estudio lingüístico y apreciaría mucho vuestra participación (si por aquí hay alguien de España, también puedes participar!). El estudio se puede completar en unos 15-20 minutos. Además, sortearé una tarjeta regalo de Amazon entre todos los participantes (valor: 600 coronas noruegas / unos 50€ o 55$, sujeto al cambio de divisas el día que contacte con el ganador). La tarjeta se podrá asociar a la tienda regional de Amazon que elija el ganador.
Para acceder al estudio, haz clic aquí: Necesitarás un ordenador (o, por lo menos, un dispositivo con teclado físico) que tenga instalado Chrome o Firefox. Los datos que proporciones se tratarán de forma confidencial (hay más detalles en el link).
El estudio tiene tres partes: un breve cuestionario y dos tareas lingüísticas. En la primera tarea tendrás que puntuar una serie de frases según si te parecen naturales o no. En la segunda, tendrás que rellenar los huecos en las frases que se muestren con la frase o expresión que se indique en la pantalla. Hay bastantes frases, pero lo importante es que respondas según tu intuición como hablante nativo, así que la idea es ir bastante rápido.
Muchas gracias por tu ayuda! Intentaré estar pendiente del hilo para responder las preguntas que pueda haber.
Hi everyone!
I'm looking for native speakers of any variety of Spanish to participate in a language study and would really appreciate your participation (if there are any Spaniards here, feel free to participate as well!). The study can be completed in 15-20 minutes. Note also that I'll be raffling an Amazon gift card among all participants: the value of the card will be 600 Norwegian kroner, or the equivalent in €/$ on the day I get in touch with the winner (currently it's €50/$55). The winner will be able to choose what regional Amazon store the gift card should be valid for.
The study can be accessed here: You will need to use a computer (or, at least, a device with a physical keyboard) and either Chrome or Firefox to participate. All data you provide will be treated confidentially (there is more detailed information in the link).
The study consists of three parts: a brief questionnaire and two linguistic tasks. In the first task, you will be asked to rate a series of sentences based on how natural they sound to you. In the second one, you will have to fill in the gaps in several sentences with the provided word or expression. There are quite a few sentences to go through, but the point of it is to go with your gut, so trust your intuition and go through them quickly, that's totally fine!
Thank you so much for your help! Happy to answer any questions you may have.
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2023.06.09 16:33 Puchuchoni [META - SERIO] ¿/r/argentina está al tanto de lo que está pasando en Reddit con los cambios de API (Blackout, apps de 3ros)?

Eso, Reddit está haciendo cambios a su API que básicamente van a matar a todas las apps de terceros (edit: y también afectar a los bots -- dependiendo de como funcionen--. Al parecer a RES de momento está a salvo Link). Sub con algo de info: /Save3rdPartyApps/
Gran parte de los subs default se van a sumar a un blackout de 48 horas entre el 12 y 14 de junio en protesta. Por otro lado las principales apps de terceros en mobile van a cerrar: Reddit is Fun se baja el 30/06, Apollo se baja el 30/06 también.
Uno de los posts disparadores de la discusión: Link
¿Qué opinión les merece? ¿Qué piensan hacer al respecto?
Hoy hay AMA con el CEO de Reddit al respecto Link
tl;dr: la API de Reddit pasa a ser paga, más cara que la de Twitter. En consecuencia se va a cargar las apps de terceros y bots. La gente está enojada.
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2023.06.09 16:32 thatsthegoodjuice Settling a Non-Catastrophic Injury MVA with Insurance Company

Effectively I was involved in a crash in southern Ontario in 2021 (no fault of my own) that left me with permanent spine damage. Insurers issued me into the Non Catastrophic category, allowing me $65,000 for care.
These past two years have been quite hard, depression and pain have had me neglecting these benefits. I effectively only took advantage of weekly physio & rarely massage. Though not for a lack of attending appointments, I had several other treatment plans denied for seemingly little reason -- but I wasn't terribly diligent at pursuing these denied claims. Things like a standing desk which my physiotherapist insisted on were denied, physical therapist rehab also denied.
The burn rate of these two years has been about 10k, and so my law team has approached me with the best settlement they could get from the benefits, 22k. This is a terribly difficult scenario to research, so I am hoping for a nudge in the right direction. Is settlement at this price logical? Or could I decline and push harder for more care & more coverage of rehabilitation?
I'd like some advice on which of those two decisions is most likely to yield the best results for my health. The money is nice, but I live in pain and 22k will only take me so far.
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2023.06.09 16:31 Trash_Kit Berkheimer Tax Weirdness

My wife and I are renters in MontCo and over the past two years we've received 2-3 tax bills from Berkheimer. However, our names are always mispelled and our social security numbers are wrong. I understand Berkheimer to be legit so I'm not under the impression this is a scam or anything, but nevertheless it does not inspire confidence. It's a per-capita tax, so I'm guessing that's why they're shooting from the hip with the wrong info. I guess we just need to get over it and pay it?
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2023.06.09 16:30 Dili8opk Beating the Breakup Blues,Maria Anjel,Dad Crush

Maria is distraught after a breakup, but her stepdad, Jay, tells her she can’t let it control her life. He shows her that there are plenty of ways to get over an ex, but he starts by massaging her back and fingering her pussy. Maria is so grateful to Jay that she sucks his cock in the kitchen while her mom isn’t home and swallows a massive load of her stepdad’s cum. Later, Jay helps Maria get over her ex entirely by pounding her petite pussy. He can’t believe how tight she is, and Maria loves her stepdad’s cock way more than her ex’s. By the end, Maria forgets all about her ex, but she’ll need a lot more love from her hunky stepdad."
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2023.06.09 16:25 Confident_Repair2827 Summer 2023

Summer 2023 is fast approaching, and are you planning a trip to Spain? You will have plenty of options to discover the treasures of this Southern European country. Here are the 10 must-visit places during your stay.
  1. Barcelona
First and foremost, the city of Barcelona is an essential destination when traveling to Spain. As the capital of the Catalonia region, Barcelona is a dynamic and cultural city offering beaches, historical sites, and renowned restaurants. You can visit Park Güell, designed by architect Antoni Gaudí, the Sagrada Familia, and the medieval district of Barri Gòtic. In the evening, you can stroll through the lively neighborhood of Gracia to explore the local restaurants, bars, and nightlife.
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With its famous museums, historical squares, and shopping streets, Madrid is another popular Spanish city for tourists. The capital of the country offers sites such as the Royal Palace, the art collection of the Prado Museum, and the Plaza Mayor with its arcades and restaurants. You can also visit other points of interest like Retiro Park, the local San Miguel Market, and the Santiago Bernabeu football stadium.
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Granada is the city in Andalusia that captivates people looking for a historical experience. With its Alhambra palace, narrow winding streets, and the historic Arab neighborhood of Albayzín, Granada is a destination that combines modernism and authentic Andalusian culture. You can also visit the cathedral, Albaicin, the Cartuja Monastery, and admire the view of the Sierra Nevada.
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The charming city of Seville is located in southern Spain. It offers a typically Spanish experience with its splendid squares, religious sites, and regional cuisine. You can easily access the city's most popular sites such as Maria Luisa Park, Seville Cathedral, the mausoleum of Christopher Columbus, and the Torre del Oro, a former Moorish tower.
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The Canary Islands, located in the Atlantic south of Spain, are a paradise for beach and sun lovers, with dreamlike landscapes and white sandy beaches. Some islands also have remarkable natural sites, including Teide National Park on the island of Tenerife or the massif of La Gomera. Gran Canaria is also known for its shopping and nightlife, while Lanzarote offers a palette of colors that you can admire in Timanfaya National Park.
  1. Valencia
The city of Valencia is located on the east coast of Spain and is especially known for its contemporary architecture, including the City of Arts and Sciences. You can also visit Valencia Cathedral, the Central Market of Valencia, the Oceanogràfic, the beautiful Turia Park, the Plaza del Ayuntamiento, and the Mudéjar-style bullring.
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Santiago de Compostela is a city located in northern Spain, well-known for its cultural and religious heritage. It is also one of the most important Catholic pilgrimage centers in the world. You can visit the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, the Pilgrim's Museum, the Obradoiro Market, and the San Fransisco de Asis Convent, to name just a few of the interesting sites.
  1. Cordoba
The city of Cordoba is located in southern Spain and is famous for its historical architecture, such as the Alcazar of the Christian Monarchs and its famous Mosque-Cathedral, the Mezquita, which bears witness to the remnants of the Muslim era
in Spain. You can also walk through the city's Jewish quarter and visit the Viana Palace or the Alcázar Gardens.
  1. Santander
Santander is a city located on the northern coast of Spain. The city is known for its beautiful sandy beaches, art and culture, as well as its Guggenheim Museum dedicated to contemporary art. You can also visit the Magdalena Palace, the Pereda Gardens, Santander Cathedral, and the Cantabria region to enjoy the surrounding nature.
  1. Bilbao
Bilbao is a more modern city located in northern Spain, and it is especially known for the Guggenheim Museum, with its steel and glass architecture ranking among the greatest architectural achievements of the 20th century. You can also explore the city's historic neighborhoods, such as Casco Vieja or El Ensanche, with their jazz clubs, tapas bars, and traditional shops.
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This is a list of the 10 must-visit places when traveling to Spain. Each of these destinations offers a different experience, from museums to beaches, cathedrals to medieval cities. Spain is a country that has preserved its historical heritage while modernizing, and it offers delicious cuisine, an ideal climate for summer vacations, and the hospitality of its people.
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2023.06.09 16:13 FriendlyFraulein Lipedema liposuction in Europe

I have Stage II Lipedema, I have been using compression and massage for a while but my arms are progressing pretty quickly/getting more painful and starting to change shape and the doctor says I need to look at surgical treatment.
Has anyone here with Lipedema had liposuction in Europe? If so, what type of liposuction, who was your surgeon and how do you feel?
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2023.06.09 16:12 spaexperience Body massage Ajman

Indulge in the ultimate relaxation at Experience Spain Ajman with our invigorating body massage. Our expert therapists are trained to provide a luxurious and rejuvenating experience that will leave you feeling completely refreshed and renewed. Book now!!
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2023.06.09 16:11 Inteligentboy007 "El Nino" In Satyug, Kabir Saheb preached to Garuda, the vehicle of Vishnu, narrated the creation of the universe to him, and Garuda became entitled to salvation. "Divine Teachings Of God Kabir"

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2023.06.09 16:09 nayanaspa Ayurvedic massage near me

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2023.06.09 16:08 spiridusuldincazan Anticădere

Hello, girls.
După cum spune și titlul, ce produse anticădere ați folosit și chiar au funcționat? Eu am părul lung dar nu mai este la fel de des pe cât obișnuia sa fie (stress, admitere, sesiuni) și iar sunt in sesiune și cade in draci. Am încercat mai multe dar nu pot spune ca au făcut ceva wow. Și nu, nu vorbesc de 2-3 fire, bag mâna in el și rămân cu zeci de fire in mâna.
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2023.06.09 16:06 acornManor Mineral Spa and Massage Recommendation

Hello - We will be making our first trip to Budapest next week and after a very long trip getting there would like to schedule a mineral bath and a massage to follow. Ideally this would be a couples massage for my wife and I. I know there are many baths to choose from in the area but we are looking for one that would not be tourist focused, has interesting architecture and also offers massage services. Thanks in advance - looking forward to visiting this great city
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2023.06.09 16:05 HenCurry El Niño Preparation in Regional/Rural Areas

Hey all!
With it looking even more likely that we’ll have an El Niño event happening, what are everybody’s recommendations to prepare?
From my understanding we can expect the following: decreased rainfall; increased bushfire risk; hotter summer; increased frost; drought; possibly increased snake numbers.
I moved to a nice rural property just prior to the many years of rain. So I’m now well practiced in flood management but have no experience with drought management. All I grow are vegetables but my biggest concerns are bushfires and snakes.
Our suburb is full of overgrown vegetation. I’m thinking that I should even start now working on trying to start trimming what’s around me down. We have a bore pump so I’m thinking of getting some larger aperture hoses ready in case I need to put out any spot fires. I’ve just started learning parseltongue to tell the snakes to piss off, but I’m hoping if I keep the grass low and perimeter moist then they’ll be less likely to turn up. I’ve bought stock in Banana boat sunscreen as I will be their biggest single customer.
Seriously though I’d be really keen to hear your recommendations. Thank you in advance!
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2023.06.09 16:04 throwawayskeet12 Non Colorado resident Nuggets fans…What’s your story?

It’s a great time to be a nuggets fan. The furthest we’ve ever been, with the best player in the world with the best partner we could ask for. Surrounded by a truly championship level team. We built this the right way. No skipping steps. Sticking together. Believing in our guys. Feels so good to be in this position.
But this post is about us out of towners. I’m just curious to know how ya’ll chose the nuggets. Never glamorous, never top dog, but we became fans anyways. How did that come to be for you?
As for me… I grew up in Hawaii, I’m 34 now. I was a bronco fan first thru family but once I came to love watching the NBA, my family wasn’t exactly the basketball watching type and I didn’t know who to choose. We’re surrounded by Lakers (by far)/Bulls(MJ)/and now Warriors fans here in the islands because of course right? But I always just had a deep disdain for the Lakers. Where it came from im not sure. Was it because I wanted to go against the crowd? Yea that’s part of it. But growing up I just didn’t connect with the sensationalism of the superstar basketball of those times.. I always had a like for nuggets since my bronco fandom just lured me towards them, but I didn’t truly have a team. But I did have a hatred, a true hatred for that laker team when they signed Karl Malone and Gary Payton and everyone and their mamas were just so confident the lakers (remember, Hawaii is a HEAVILY weighted lakers spot) we’re gonna easily take the trophy home that year.
And then came those finals, the no superstar Deeeetroit pistons with just nasty D and team wide play absolutely obliterated that first super team in my eyes and I absolutely reveled in it. I was in awe of the way this TEAM destroyed what was thought to be one of the best star studded teams of all time.
I was still young and still hadn’t adopted a team as “mine” quite yet. But that experience made me love the “team” over “stars” phenomenon. Then billups from that team came over that peaked my interest in the nuggets even more so.
It didn’t become a true love though until the season where the nuggets truly had no superstar but a team. A team that just ran roughshod through everyone at home. That 39-3(???) home record team in my high school years really scooped me in. That TEAM play just felt right. Run and gun, depth, no true superstar but still amazing team. Just tickled my pickle and I was hooked.
And this team now, epitomizes that EXACT feeling I had falling in love with those nuggets. A true TEAM led by the ultimate TEAM player. Built the right way thru all the super team bull shit era. I am so proud I chose this team. Sure everything runs thru Jokic Murray two man game, but this is a TEAM. Built not bought. Patience, belief, vision of seeing it come together. It’s all paying off. Whether we complete the full journey, is secondary (sort of nugs in 5). The growth of this team and being where we are is so worth all of the doubt, all the “get back in your place nuggets” type talk, all the bullshit. I can’t imagine how ya’ll lifetime nuggets fans feel, it must be amazing considering the nuggets history..because I already feel vindicated. We knew, we truly knew this core was capable of becoming this. And whether we finish it off or not, it’s so funny to see everyone finally respect us and see we were correct about this team.
Now I’m just rambling because I’m drunk ya’ll. I’m sorry. I had to put this shit down because this team is something special and I had to. Put it down somewhere.
For English, for Thompson, for lever, for Karl, for Danilo, for Faried, for Lawson.
For Gary, for Monte, for Thrill, for Millsap and all those in between.
Bring it in, go nuggets.
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2023.06.09 16:03 Kassidoo 1 Month in Pattaya (might travel) as a tourist and queer person: Any tips for hidden gems and safe places to visit/fun things to do?

Hi ya'll!
Me any my Partner is visiting from Norway from early July to early August. We're staying in Jomptien. How safe are we to generally show pda/hold hands? Ive heard there has been an influx of expat russians, and I dont know how safe it is.
Is there any events to keep our eyes our for?
My Gf loves nature, plants and animals so we hopes to visits atleast a couple of zoo's, but other than that we only plan to take good use of all the amazing massage places and beatiful beaches and see what happens :)
Thanks in advance!
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2023.06.09 16:02 ben_twiener Itinerary check! Any recommendations or bad ideas in my plan?

We’re a 26 yr old couple who likes to be active and doesn’t do much partying or drinking. Trying to plan our first major trip for later this month! This is a loose plan although I did verify availability for everything. I’d appreciate any advice or recommendations!
21st- arrive 5pm - [ ] Pick up rental car - [ ] Check in Airbnb - [ ] Nice dinner in San Juan
22nd- - [ ] Sleep in - [ ] parasailing at noon in San Juan - [ ] Walk around San juan/go to castles - [ ] salsa class
23rd- - [ ] Wake up early - [ ] El yunque tour (something easy) - [ ] Drive to Fajardo - [ ] Ferry to vieques - [ ] Check in to Airbnb - [ ] Bio bay kayak tour - [ ] Spend the night in vieques
24th- - [ ] drive to airport and Flight to culebra @ 9am - [ ] Flamenco Beach - [ ] snorkeling - [ ] Ferry to Fajardo - [ ] Drive back for chill night in San Juan
25th- - [ ] Orocovis for zip lining - [ ] PR’s biggest mall for souvenir’s and shopping - [ ] Go to bed early
26th- flight at 5:45am 😵‍💫
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