December 7, 2012 5:05
In the chapel of St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, built in 1495 in the Romanian city of Brasov, discovered frescoes with scenes from the end of the world — the Apocalypse.
Total found 14 murals, depicting scenes of doom, the website Hainanwel.com.
Romanian scientists say some murals are striking similarities with shots of contemporary documentary films about the predictions for 2012, describing the powerful solar flares with a shift of the magnetic poles of the Earth.
, Told a local priest Vasily Olteanu, the exact time of the creation of these murals is unknown, but in any case they could not be made later than 1737, as some of the frescoes have information about the authors: Keep iconographer George and his brother Gregory, as evidenced by the inscription on the Cyrillic, confirming the author and date.
The most unusual mural called "Wheel of the World", which shows the rotation of the Earth around the Sun. Sun on the mural in the middle of which is an equilateral triangle with the "all-seeing eye", like the well-known Masonic symbol, sends death rays toward Earth, and a few are trying to break the holy places of the earth, as if they want to turn it, which is associated with the theory of change Earth's magnetic poles.
According to experts, the uniqueness of the frescoes in the church of the 15th century in the city of Brasov, is that at the time of writing, the church has not yet recognized the revolutionary theory of the rotation of the planets around the sun, and at the time nothing was known of about solar flares, or the change of the magnetic Earth's poles.
As previously wrote Glavred, November 27, in Russia there anomalous phenomenon that can not be explained by scientists — have been violated broadcasting and cable television broadcast. In addition to radio and television, have been violated as mobile communications. You still have difficulties with car headlights.
In the web phenomenon has been called "dress rehearsal" of the end of the world.
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