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In Romania found Frescoes about a Doomsday 2012


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Frescoes, which are depicting a Doomsday, the Apocalypse, caused by powerful solar flare, were found in the 15th century church in Brasov, Romania

In Romania today reigns a real rush, several major media of Moldova and Romania, including the central Romanian television reported about an unusual discovery in the ancient church of the 15th century in the city of Brasov, Romania. According to local news agency News Brasov, in the Romanian city of Brasov, in the chapel of St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, which was built in the 15th century, in 1495, discovered the frescoes with scenes from Doomsday – the Apocalypse. Total found a 14 murals, depicting scenes of Armageddon. Particular attention of Romanian scientists attracted a frescoes, that bear a striking resemblance to the modern documentary films about the predictions for 2012, which describe the powerful solar flares with a shift of the magnetic poles of the Earth. The exact time of the creation of these murals is not known, but in any case they could not be made later than 1737, as some of the frescoes have information about the authors, that evidenced by an inscription in Cyrillic confirming the author and date. The most unusual mural called "Wheel of the World", it depicts the rotation of the Earth around the Sun, the Sun, in the middle of which is located an equilateral triangle with the "all-seeing eye", which is similar to a well-known Masonic symbol, sends death rays toward Earth, and a few saints are trying to move the Earth, that is associated with the theory of change of the magnetic poles of the Earth. The unique of frescoes in the church of the 15th century in the city of Brasov in the fact, 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 a change Earth's magnetic poles,



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