The ruins of Pella (Jordan)@

By Takashi

This info is translated into English from@Let's solve the enigma of the earth

January 14, 2007

The shepherd of Pella

There remain Roman coppers which were given to such shepherds for the return of the food by the travelers.
Many sheep turned up in order to let me know the following.
There used to be sheep bygone days.
In short people around here lived with sheep and they did not make Roman type masonry was shown by the view.

January 14, 2007

The ruins of Pella

It is the ruins which appears in the valley of the wilderness.
This place is said to have once been the capital as the coppers in the Roman era have been found.
Now we can't see anything except for the scene in which shepherds are putting the sheep out to pasture.
Consequently we can hardly imagine there was a capital here.
As atoms were taught by the Stone humans with wings who flew to this place from the Mediterranean and those atoms turned into these buildings by imitating the ones in the Mediterranean.
There is a very small theatrical type building and there are fossils of shellfishes around here.
I was told giants brought the mud from the bottom of the sea.
There seems to be hypogeums and caves near here but coming and going is hard as the road is on the steep slope.
Consequently I didn't do anything except for viewing them from a distance.


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