## The Great Pyramid of Giza – A Mathematics Bible

The amount of mathematics encoded in the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza is beyond anything anyone can imagine. Remember that if the pyramid size would have been different by 5 or 10cm, all the below facts wouldn’t be there, but we still can find: Continue reading

## The Great Pyramid of Giza – 5 times more accurate than modern buildings

All 4 sides of the Great Pyramid are more precisely aligned with the cardinal points than any other building in the world today.

The incredible accuracy makes the Great Pyramid face true north by an error of only 0.05 degree! As a comparison, a more recent attempt at a building perfectly facing the north was the old Observatory of Paris, in 1667. It only reached error of 0.25 degree. Continue reading

## The Great Pyramid of Giza – 8 sides instead of 4?!

Oh You Great Pyramid of Giza, you never cease to amaze us!

This time is no different. The Pyramid doesn’t have 4 sides…but 8!!

First photographed by P. Groves, a British Air Force pilot who, in 1940, captured the amazing feature from his plane, the Pyramid’s sides are not flat, but concave in their center!

## The Great Pyramid of Giza

2,6 million stone blocks? 6 million tons? You damn right!

No one knows how the Pyramids were built. Anything we read in books are simple theories that can’t be proven. The only thing we can do is looking at facts and think for ourselves.

## Ancient dinosaur carving in Cambodia?

Just right outside of Angkor Vat, 10km North of Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia, Ta Prohm Temple is showing another evolution mystery. A very specific carving is showing what seems to look like a Stegosaurus.

But we need to take one step back to really ask ourselves the right questions and try to explain that. Continue reading

## Puma Punku, Bolivia – Precision

Another “anomaly” is that Puma Punku shows perfectly drilled holes, showing patterns that we are all familiar with in modern times. But the precision, shapes and accuracy of those stoneworks are barely imaginable without computer-assisted machinery. This is not speculation. It is simply admitted by archeologists or engineers who visited Puma Punku. Continue reading

## Dare the exclusive experience of meeting the Almighty Komodo Dragons!

### Land of the Dragons – Oct 26th til Nov 9th 2017

#### Day 1 // BALI – ENDE

Pick-up in Bali hotel + Bali-Ende flight. Visit of Wolotopo village and local methods of textile work.

#### Day 2 // MONI – KELIMUTU LAKES – MONI

Depart for the 3 amazing lakes with unexplained colors inside the Kelimutu volcano craters, and then head off to Murukeba waterfall. Relaxing on Koka Beach in the afternoon.

#### Day 3 // MONI – ENDE – RIUNG

Road day to Riung going through Nangapenda, the famous blue stone beach.

#### Day 4 //DAY AT RIUNG MARINE NATIONAL

Boat day in this 17-island piece of paradise, with snorkeling spots and a white sand beach BBQ lunch with unforgettable flavors on Rutong Island. End of trip on Kalong Island to see tens of thousands of giant bats, called “Flying foxes”.

#### Day 5 // RIUNG – BAJAWA

Road to Bajawa with a stop at the Mangeruda hot springs.

#### Day 6 // BAJAWA

Wawo Muda volcano, smaller brother of Kelimutu, and its recent (2001) craters filled with dark orange waters. Visit of Bajawa’s traditional market before heading off to the traditional village of Bena. On our way back to Bejawa, stop at Mount Wolobobo peak to see an unreal sunset.

#### Day 7 // BAJAWA – RUTENG – DINTOR

Aimere and its local artisanat of palm juice called « Arak ». Liang Bua cave, where originates the Man of Flores (dubbed « the hobbit ») dating back to 100.000 years, challenging academic theories of our civilization.

#### Day 8 // DINTOR – WAE REBO

Along Wae Lomba river and Pocorok highlands, trek to the exceptional village of Wae Rebo, a place so remote, time stood still. Finishing the day with a local fighting dance called Mbata, which can only be seen in west Flores.

#### Day 9 // WAE REBO – LABUAN BAJO

On a road only taken by locals, we will drive to Labuan Bajo. Incredible food night as we go to Labuan Bajo’s fish market to eat grilled fresh-from-the-day products.

#### Days 10-12 / / KOMODO – KANAWA – RINCA – PADAR – KELOR

3 Days – 2 Nights on a boat for the highlight of the trip: Rinca & Komodo Islands and their fabulous Komodo Dragons! Pink Beach and its surprising colors. Without forgetting the sublime islands of Kanawa, Padar & Kelor: white sand beaches and snorkeling in the middle of pristine waters and preserved corals. Karang Makassar (Manta Point) and their royal Manta Rays. Night of Day 12 in Labuan Bajo in a great hotel to relax before the long travel back home.

#### Day  13 // Trip back

Labuan Bajo – Bali flight before international flights from Denpasar airport.