4 Easiest Techniques to Activate Inner Energy

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Everyone has inner energy, this energy comes from the subconscious that can exceed the body's usual energy. This energy has been there since birth, but most of us don't know how to use it and how to activate it. Sometimes, this energy is activated when someone is in a critical situation, for example when being chased by a tiger, people can climb trees easily and quickly even though they have never climbed a tree before. 

Inner energy has many benefits, such as increasing brain intelligence, increasing concentration, easier to get positive energy and release negative energy, wiser, and can be used for healing, and others. If you want to activate there are several ways that you can practice anytime and anywhere.

26 Incredible Facts About Women

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The woman is the name of the female type of the human species or homo sapiens. A gentle and compassionate character is the hallmark of women. Most of them spend more time with their families than men. Because women have always been destined to be the milestone of the human population. They give birth to new humans who will become the next generation. Without women, humans would not be able to reproduce more and so for all living things in the world. For that reason, all things related to women are very important to know through the list of women facts below.

Mystery and Facts about Bruce Lee's Death Case

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Bruce Lee was born in San Francisco, California, and he grew up in Hong Kong until his teens. His films produced by Hong Kong and Hollywood produced traditional to modern Hong Kong martial arts films, sparking a surge of interest in Chinese martial arts. The direction and tone of his films changed and influenced martial arts and martial arts films in Hong Kong and around the world. Lee became an iconic figure, especially for the Chinese and he became China's national pride in his movies.  He mainly practiced Chinese martial arts (Kung fu), particularly Wing Chun. 

Untold Mystery Around Vatican City

 The Vatican is the most sacred worship center for Christians, this is where their leader called the Pope resides. This place is like a Qibla if in Muslim. Vatican City or in Italian Città del Vaticano is the smallest country in the world which has an area of only 44 hectares, located within the State of Rome, Italy. Although the population there is quite small, around 1000 people, every religious holiday, this place is always crowded with people from all over the world, whether they want to worship or just for a spiritual tour.

The magnificent and classic building is a special attraction and the atmosphere of ancient Catholicism is very thick there. Of course, all antiques always hold a mystery, and this Vatican site is no exception. For that, let's look at the mystery that surrounds the Vatican below, compiled from various sources.

1 | Sedes Sacrorum

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Many people think that the Holy See is the throne of St. Peter, but it is not. Because the word Sedes Sacrorum, which is the Latin term for the Holy See, did not exist even hundreds of years after St. Peter died in 70 AD. Around 1483, Tomás de Torquemada, a Roman torturer, and the militia were appointed to the highest throne in the Roman cult called the SS or Knights of the Sedes Sacrorum. In command, he committed many heinous murders and tortures against heretics. SS was granted the great Roman Catholic blessing of reconciliation from all mortal sins, he would have full access to heaven.

2 | Pope and Dagon

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When viewed from the side, the tall hat worn by the Pope and Cardinal resembles the head of a fish with its open mouth. This reminds us of the fish god called Dagon in the beliefs of the Philistines in Mesopotamian times. This god was known as a god of great knowledge. Like an amphibious animal, Dagon rested in the water at night and emerged from the water during the day to teach all kinds of knowledge, such as city building, mathematics, and the laws of nature.

In the "Lost Book of Enki," this god is claimed to be the leader of the Annunaki or Enki, a civilization from another planet or could also be called Aliens. Giant UFOs landed in the water and then they emerged onto land to build a civilization called Edin or Eden in the Bible.

3 | St. Peter's Tomb

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St. Peter is known as the disciple of Jesus who first founded the church and preached the teachings of Christ. St. Peter died tragically, according to history he was executed by being crucified upside down in Caligula's Circus. After that his body was buried on Vatican Hill, Rome. News about where his actual grave is located has long been confusing. Some say that Peter's grave is in Jerusalem and Catholics believe it is under the Altar of St. Basilica Church. 

In its own history, it has been recorded that Emperor Constantine restored the tomb and built the Basilica building above it in 313 AD. However, the first grave research conducted in 1941 by Professor Venerando Correnti did not find the bones of St. Peter, only animal bones and a 50-year-old woman.

4 | The Creation of Adam Painting

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This painting is located on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican, one of Michelangelo's masterpieces depicting man's relationship with God. It clearly shows Adam languidly extending his hand to God and God with his angel also extending his hand from heaven. He also tries to touch Adam's hand while riding on a flock of angels with red robes covering them. 

The mystery of this painting is the meaning of the red robe that envelops God and his angels. Many assume that it depicts the human brain complete with the cerebellum and vertebral artery. It may be an interpretation that God is trying to impart divine knowledge to humans. Or perhaps as a form of the church artist's rejection of science.

5 | Obelisk 


The Obelisk is a vertical monument that has four tapered sides and forms a pyramid at the top. The tower is located in the center of the courtyard of the Basilica, St. Peter's. Obelisk monuments are commonly found in Egypt and are associated with the sun god. The exact purpose of the obelisk is not yet known. Apart from the Vatican, many other obelisks stand in various different places, such as in London and New York but they are called Cleopatra candles. 

There are also in Luxor, Cairo, Istanbul, and Paris, all of which have almost the same shape. In Egypt, they were used to worship the sun god or Baal. Therefore, not a few people think this is a symbol of a sign of conspiracy from members of the Illuminati and satan that will affect the world. Because in the holy book, Baal is also called the devil who is affiliated with lucifer.

Makara, the Mythological Creature of Borobudur Temple


Makara is a mythological monster from India, a half-crocodile fish that can also be found within the Borobudur temple in Indonesia. Makara has been characteristically depicted as half mammal and half fish. In many temples, it is depicted as a half-fish or a seal with an elephant's head. It is also shown in anthropomorphized (abstract) form with the head and jaws of a crocodile, the trunk of an elephant with fish scales, and the tail of a peacock.

As a sea creature, it may have begun as a crocodile, but its iconographic form becomes more and more distant from the actual experience of marine or deep water animals. The Makara statue that serves as a water spout in the ninth-century Borobudur Buddhist temple is an elephant, with four unusual cheek teeth that more closely resemble the fossils in the got hoot of the Asian elephant (Elephas maximus).

According to Wikipedia, 'Makara' is a Sanskrit word meaning "sea dragon" or "water monster". In Tibetan it is called "chu-srin", and also denotes a hybrid creature. This is the origin of the Hindi word 'crocodile', (magar), which was later lent to English as the name of the Mugger crocodile, the most common crocodile in India.

Guided by the god Vishnu, Makara is sometimes depicted as a crocodile, dolphin, crab, shark, or half fish and half elephant.

Josef Friedrich Kohl of the University of Würzburg and several German scientists claim that the Makara is based on the Dugong, based on a reading of the Jain text of the Sūryaprajñapti. The 26th-century Tibetan Bronze Makara closely follows the traditional description. A crocodile's jaw with pointed teeth, fish scales, a peacock's tail, an elephant's trunk, a monkey's eyes, and a boar's tusk. In astrology, the Makara is often translated as the Water Horse and corresponds to the western astrological sign of Capricorn. It's serpentine or seal-like, the elephantine head is often used as architectural decoration or as a structural bracket.

In Hindu mythology, the Makara is also an emblem of the Kama, the god of love who directs the honey bows of his bees that allow the flower of love to fly. A possible explanation is Tetralophodon, an advanced Gomphot here that lived in India and Java in the Pliocene epoch, 5 million years ago, and survived in history.* The Makara myth may be partly based on the Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) and Hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius).

Read also 10 Myth and Mysteries of Borobudur Temple

3 Ways to Play Jelangkung Indonesia's Most Terrifying Spirit Game

 Jelangkung is known as a mystical game that is said to bring in spirits or demons. The spirit will communicate through the medium provided by the player. Why does it have to be through the media? Because ghosts and humans have different dimensions, they do not necessarily communicate or make sounds directly but through the media that the spirit communicates with humans.

If you don't understand dimensions just watch the movie "Interstellar" which tells the story of an astronaut who is trapped in a higher dimension in a black hole. He tries to communicate with someone on Earth using signs such as watch movements, falling books, and even dust that forms morse code. 

They are not limited by time and space but cannot interact directly due to the different laws of nature. This is how higher dimensional beings try to communicate with humans. If we successfully play the Jelangkung game, there will be inter-dimensional interaction.

In Indonesia, the Jelangkung game is identical to a wooden doll with clothes and coconut shells and a pencil underneath. When playing the doll will automatically write down what we ask. Maybe this method is very complicated for those of you who want to play it immediately. For that, here are some ways to play Jelangkung that are easy to practice. The technique below comes from a foreign country which is also similar to the game of Jelangkung.