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They aim to take the entire world and suck it into their computers, then serve it up as search results to us with ads attached. And we love them for it. Their roving cars and cameras in the sky have snapped shots of pretty much every location on Earth, allowing us to commute faster and cyberstalk more efficiently. While most Google satellite shots are pretty dull, those cameras do occasionally capture some unexpected vistas. Come with us as we scan the world with our hungry eyes to discover ancient temples, modern miracles, and other totally weird stuff that Google Maps discovered. But we have to admit that the Badlands Guardian, a natural geomorphological formation located in southeast Alberta, is a little intense.
There is also the weird and wonderful. Judging by these pictures from Romania, extraterrestrials parked this flying saucer in the forests of Romania and left it there for years. View it on Google Maps. Scott C. Waring believes he may have spotted the lost Malaysia Airlines flight MH, which disappeared in I know a plane when I see one. While doing its rounds with degree camera rigs, the Street View cars sure do capture some weird stuff.
Conspiracy theorists, start your engines: On the wind-blown steppes of central Asia, in an isolated corner of Kazakhstan, there's a large pentagram etched into the Earth's surface. And now an archaeologist has revealed the source of the mysterious structure. The five-pointed star surrounded by a circle, located on the southern shore of the Upper Tobol Reservoir, shows up vividly on Google Maps.
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A pentagram is a five-pointed star with a long history of symbolism throughout various cultures, dating back to the earliest writing of Mesopotamia. Across the globe, in Chinese tradition, the pentagram instead represents the Five Elements, or Wu Xing. Of course, for the purposes of a paranormal blog, the pentagram stands as a symbol of the occult, usually associated with magic. Aleister Crowley himself apparently used the pentagram during his magick practices and ceremonies. It can also be found in the official logo of the Church of Satan, enclosing the head of a goat. For reference, the pentagram has a diameter of about 1, feet meters. But why is it there?
G oogle Earth is used when you want to explore rich geographical content, want to see satellite images, maps, landscapes, 3D buildings or view satellite images from galaxies in outer space. It also lets you search the whole planet within seconds without requiring you to leave your comfortable room. You can search for anything on this planet whether it is a building, a landscape or anything else, Google Earth will help you. In this post we have collected some bizarre and interesting Google Earth photos , we hope they will impress you. Once stitched together, the taller buildings at the edges of each of the pictures appear to be leaning toward or away from one another at pronounced angles. Apparently, a lot of visitors to the site have decorated it with their graffiti, drawn huge enough to be seen from high above. The graffiti appears to have been drawn with the intention to be seen by people looking down into the crater from the eastern rim of the crater.
The pentacle a pentagram inside a circle is used in ritualistic magic and the inverted pentagram is used in black magic. The logo of the Church of Satan — the Sigil of Baphomet — consists of an inverted pentacle with the goat of Mendes. However, since the story came out on the web, these locations disappeared and zooming into pentagram is now disabled. This is what you get when you try to zoom into the pentagram. On Google Maps which uses North-South orientation , the pentagram is inverted. Was it meant to be that way?