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The Magical Golden Pyramid of Lake County

Did this man tap into ancient pyramid power, or is this just a coincidence?

 

This Man Built A Gold Pyramid Home in Illinois and You Won’t Believe What Happened Next

(Disclose TV)

 

“Jim Onan was a man who always admired Egyptian culture and stumbled upon a university study one day suggesting that Pyramids at Giza generated energy. Jim came from humble beginnings, He had 5 children with his his wife Linda and he was a hardworking man who built his own concrete business from the ground up. In the 70’s Pyramid’s became more popular because of the mysteries coming forth. His curiosity led him to build small pyramids around his home and people realized that when they put their hands above this small pyramid they felt a weird sensation, a vortex of energy coming from the top of the Pyramid.

 

He kept building small pyramids and then decided to build a little bigger one, a 13 foot pyramid in his backyard to experiment on a larger scale. One of the Onan sons was a botanist and the university he attended suggest that they grow inside the Pyramid. What they found was astonishing, they found that plants grew three times as fast in the pyramid than outside it.

 

One day, Jim was talking with his wife Linda about what kind of home they should build and Linda jokingly said “Why don’t you build it out of a pyramid” and that gave him quite the idea, he was going to build his families home as a pyramid structure, and he did. He built the Pyramid home for his family and it was an exact replica model of the Pyramid’s of Giza at 1/9th the size.

 

As the building came into completion and the pyramid form took shape something astonishing happen. The middle of the home started bubbling up with water and the spring water started entering the first floor (the bottom) of the pyramid. Astonished and confused, they scrapped the plans to have an indoor pool on the first floor of the pyramid and instead had to bring in experts to reroute the water to funnel it out of the pyramid home and into the surrounding area.

 

Some say that the shape of the pyramid itself helped to bring this spring to life and fill the surrounding area with spring water. This is really the only conclusion that I see considering there was no water there before and once the pyramid took shape this is when the water started bubbling up. Quite incredible huh? A pyramid structure helped to bring spring water to the surface….”

 

For the rest of the article, click here to visit Disclose TV.

 

Enjoy this very entertaining video about Onan’s pyramid —

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What Vampire Graves Tell Us…

Who doesn’t enjoy a morbid love of vampires? And who doesn’t love the history of vampires even more?

 

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What Vampire Graves Tell Us About Ancient Superstitions

 

Hundreds of years ago, ignorance about decomposition and disease sparked fears that the dead returned to drink the blood of the living.

 

“In 1846, a man named Horace Ray died of tuberculosis in Griswold, Connecticut. Within the next six years, two of his grown sons died of the same disease. When yet another son fell ill two years later, Ray’s family and friends could think of only one explanation: The dead sons were somehow feeding on and sickening the living one—from the afterlife. In an effort to keep the remaining son from getting even worse, they exhumed the dead sons’ bodies and burned them.

 

This wasn’t an isolated incident. In 1874, a Rhode Island man named William Rose dug up his own daughter’s body and burned her heart, and in 1875 a victim of “consumption,” as TB was called then, had her lungs burned posthumously for good measure.

 

This practice of digging up, burning, or otherwise attempting to restrain the deceased was a widespread practice in many Western countries until the early 20th century, and it was intended to prevent what people at the time thought of as vampires: Dead victims of disease that literally sucked the life out of the living from beyond the grave.

 

We now imagine vampires as blood-drinking, cloaked Counts—or possibly sparkly, sexy teenagers—but throughout history everyone from the Ancient Greeks, to the Eastern Europeans, to 19th-century Americans saw them as disease victims (and sometimes simply dead miscreants) who could prey on the living from the Great Beyond…”

 

For the rest, go here, to The Atlantic.

 

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New Scientific Study of Near Death Experience…

 

We have a close friend who experienced an NDE — his account is so sincere and so vivid, there is no doubt in our minds that this phenomenon exists…

 

 

First hint of ‘life after death’ in biggest ever scientific study

By Sarah Knapton, Science Correspondent

 

Southampton University scientists have found evidence that awareness can continue for at least several minutes after clinical death which was previously thought impossible

 

“Death is a depressingly inevitable consequence of life, but now scientists believe they may have found some light at the end of the tunnel.

 

The largest ever medical study into near-death and out-of-body experiences has discovered that some awareness may continue even after the brain has shut down completely.

 

It is a controversial subject which has, until recently, been treated with widespread scepticism.

 

But scientists at the University of Southampton have spent four years examining more than 2,000 people who suffered cardiac arrests at 15 hospitals in the UK, US and Austria.

 

And they found that nearly 40 per cent of people who survived described some kind of ‘awareness’ during the time when they were clinically dead before their hearts were restarted…”

 

 

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