The megalithic temples of Malta
Despite the fact that all the megalithic temples of Malta were excavated long ago, and the Internet, there are quite a lot of scientific publications devoted to them, their place…

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The Republic Square
The Republic Square is just couple of minutes walk away, there are the famous Powder tower, Municipal house and the largest shopping centres "palladium" and "Kotva". Powder gate – the…

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Most unusual churches of the world

Sacred places are unique architectural structures, most of which for centuries not only take believers and religious people, but tens of thousands of tourists. Temples are structures present in almost every city of the world and each of them deserves special attention. However, some just shake their beauty and architecture.

The Catholic Cathedral of St. Peter, Vatican

To replacee religious structure, is the center of Christianity worldwide. The building, the total height of 136 meters, covers an area of more than 2 hectares, and at the same time can accommodate about 60 thousand people. On the territory of modern St. Peter’s Basilica in 324 ad, the first Roman Emperor the Church was built.

The current Church served 1,200 years until it was converted into a large Cathedral, which seemed the present. In the construction and alteration of the Church in the Cathedral was attended by the famous personalities of the era: Bramante Donato, J. Lorenzo Bernini and Michelangelo. Continue reading

The way art and culture of the middle Ages

Each cultural epoch has its own peculiar only to her philosophy and understanding of nature and society, time and space, the order of the universe, the relations of people in society etc. All these representations of the medieval era were shaped by the Christian creed and the Christian Church . The first form of medieval Romanesque aesthetics becomes a type of artistic perception, which reflected the time of feudal fragmentation. In the tenth century artistic culture of the middle Ages were able to create a unified European style that received the name of Romanesque (“in the manner of the Romans”).

Unstable historical situation, the constant conflicts of the knights of the almost incessant wars led to the transformation of architecture in the principal art form of the Romanesque style. Stone buildings in the period of civil strife became fortresses and protect people. These structures had massive walls and narrow Windows. Continue reading

The influence of geomagnetic zones and religious buildings on the human body

In 1913, French mathematician E. Cartan spoke about the existence in nature of fields arising due to the density of the angular rotation of elementary particles.

“Places of power” and their use

“Places of power” is the surface areas that are beneficial to humans and living organisms. they are called geomagnetic zones (G-zones).

Geomagnetic area is a vertical plane oriented in the direction the compass at intervals of 75-100 m and a width of stripes is 10-50 m. the structure is uneven and in each of them there are zones of higher intensity. The feature of the radiation in these areas is the radiation wavelength (for 21.5 and 62.5 cm), and the nature of their circular polarity.

Positive energy in this zone can accumulate on the media (water, vaseline, cotton wool, apparel). For example, the thus-charged three-liter jar of “living water” is used for the treatment. Continue reading

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