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  • #mitosdunia Archive : - pada 1 maret tahun 1999, sebuah suara aneh dan misterius berhasil terekam oleh alat yang bernama Autonomous Hydrophone. Sua...
  • #mitosdunia Archive : - pada 1 maret tahun 1999, sebuah suara aneh dan misterius berhasil terekam oleh alat yang bernama Autonomous Hydrophone. Suara aneh tersebut terdengar seakan seperti seseorang yang mengucapkan kata “Julia”. Walau begitu, tidak bisa dipastikan dimana lokasi sumber suara berasal dan NOAA mencoba meredam spekulasi liar yang beredar dengan mengatakan jika suara misterius tersebut mungkin berasal dari gunung es dalam air. #misterius #suaraaneh #julia #myth #weird
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  • when peoples voices sound like this it makes me very uncomfortable..😂 why did he do us like that i hope he doesn’t feel accomplished.!!
  • when peoples voices sound like this it makes me very uncomfortable..😂 why did he do us like that i hope he doesn’t feel accomplished.!!
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  • #mitosdunia Archive : - pada 1 maret tahun 1999, sebuah suara aneh dan misterius berhasil terekam oleh alat yang bernama Autonomous Hydrophone. Sua...
  • #mitosdunia Archive : - pada 1 maret tahun 1999, sebuah suara aneh dan misterius berhasil terekam oleh alat yang bernama Autonomous Hydrophone. Suara aneh tersebut terdengar seakan seperti seseorang yang mengucapkan kata “Julia”. Walau begitu, tidak bisa dipastikan dimana lokasi sumber suara berasal dan NOAA mencoba meredam spekulasi liar yang beredar dengan mengatakan jika suara misterius tersebut mungkin berasal dari gunung es dalam air. #misterius #suaraaneh #julia #myth #weird
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  • cool skybarrier I hit a few months ago
  • cool skybarrier I hit a few months ago
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  • Det här är jag, du undrar nog hur jag blev en potata... Nämligen så föddes jag som en potata
  • Det här är jag, du undrar nog hur jag blev en potata... Nämligen så föddes jag som en potata
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  • Sentinel Gargoyles. Winchester Cathedral, England. 1079AD
  • Sentinel Gargoyles. Winchester Cathedral, England. 1079AD
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  • OH MY GOD
  • OH MY GOD
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  • Barley: The First Crop 
We all must seen Barley pots at our homes during Navratri. Let's unveil its significance today.

According to our scripture...
  • Barley: The First Crop We all must seen Barley pots at our homes during Navratri. Let's unveil its significance today. According to our scriptures, it is believed that barley is the first crop of the universe. We sow barley to welcome the coming year, a new beginning. This is the reason that barley is used even in Havans. Kudos @sandeep_sahajwani for the correct answer!!!!! Another interesting part, it is said that the colour of the barley predicts about the coming year. 👉If the barley is growing in green or white, it is considered very auspicious. 👉 If it is half yellow above, you have to face some difficulties in the first half year. 👉If it is half yellow below, you will face some hurdles in the latter half of the year. . . Keep Praying!! Keep Reading!! . . . . . . . . . #mythosmaestro #myth #mythology #indianmythology #navratri #barley #dusshera #gods #god #stories #story #storiesofindia #veda #durga #culture #spiritual #religion #religious
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  • “Now it is to be told what happened to Finn at the house of Finegas the Bard. Finn did not deem that the time had come for him to seize the captain...
  • “Now it is to be told what happened to Finn at the house of Finegas the Bard. Finn did not deem that the time had come for him to seize the captaincy of the Fianna until he had perfected himself in wisdom and learning. So on leaving the shelter of the old men in the wood he went to learn wisdom and the art of poetry from Finegas, who dwelt by the River Boyne, near to where is now the village of Slane. It was a belief among the poets of Ireland that the place of the revealing of poetry is always by the margin of water. But Finegas had another reason for the place where he made his dwelling, for there was an old prophecy that whoever should first eat of the Salmon of Knowledge that lived in the River Boyne, should become the wisest of men. Now this salmon was called Finntan in ancient times and was one of the Immortals, and he might be eaten and yet live. But in the time of Finegas he was called the Salmon of the Pool of Fec, which is the place where the fair river broadens out into a great still pool, with green banks softly sloping upward from the clear brown water. Seven years was Finegas watching the pool, but not until after Finn had come to be his disciple was the salmon caught. Then Finegas gave it to Finn to cook, and bade him eat none of it. But when Finegas saw him coming with the fish, he knew that something had chanced to the lad, for he had been used to have the eye of a young man but now he had the eye of a sage. Finegas said, “Hast thou eaten of the salmon?” “Nay,” said Finn, “but it burnt me as I turned it upon the spit and I put my thumb in my mouth” And Finegas smote his hands together and was silent for a while. Then he said to the lad who stood by obediently, “Take the salmon and eat it, Finn, son of Cumhal, for to thee the prophecy is come. And now go hence, for I can teach thee no more, and blessing and victory be thine.” Text Source: The High Deeds of Finn and other Bardic Romances of Ancient Ireland. T. W. Rolleston, ed. Illustrations by Stephen Reid. London: G. G. Harrap & Co., 1910. 106-115.
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