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© spurensucher - 26.09.2020

Bretzenheim: From place of power to dosshouse

As always, you only see a fraction of what you should see. The rock heritage site near Bad Kreuznach, which is also called a rock monastery or place of pilgrimage, implies the clerical fugue of the Middle Ages by its very name.

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© spurensucher - 04.07.2020

Dr. Jarl and how Tibetan monks made rocks float

The world today uses the power of artificial intelligence and other technologies (especially electromagnetics) to make large and small objects float. Whether these have been exploited to achieve a desired result in this direction is unknown to us and, as usual, is likely to be reserved for the military-industrial secret complex.

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© spurensucher - 31.05.2020

Iron and glass on fire? The enigmatic history of the Crystal Palace

A unique project of the first half of the 19th century, initiated by great Victiorian personalities. With the help of an "expert" in greenhouses and handsome glass buildings named Joseph Paxton, the British elite decided to build the largest glass building ever constructed: The Crystal Palace, site of a 1851 World's Fair.

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© spurensucher - 27.10.2019

Ground floor in basement - mud flood in Moselle town

The little wine town on the Moselle is familiar to everyone, on a short visit I took a closer look at a few buildings ...

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Who built hundreds of kilometers of canals in Lousiana?

If you look at the side arms of large rivers in Louisiana from the air, you no longer believe in a natural formation.

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© spurensucher - 31.05.2019
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Lift-off: Flying rays over land

Recently I repeatedly stumble across unexpected sightings of flying rays in the USA and wonder if these phenomena occur even outside the country of "unlimited possibilities". But first I would like to tell you about some of these cases. 

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© spurensucher - 31.05.2019
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Lift-off: Flying rays over land

Recently I repeatedly stumble across unexpected sightings of flying rays in the USA and wonder if these phenomena occur even outside the country of "unlimited possibilities". But first I would like to tell you about some of these cases. 

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© spurensucher - 31.05.2019
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Lift-off: Flying rays over land

Recently I repeatedly stumble across unexpected sightings of flying rays in the USA and wonder if these phenomena occur even outside the country of "unlimited possibilities". But first I would like to tell you about some of these cases. 

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Puzzling grooved pebbles from the Hotzenwald

Imagine that: You wander through the mountains and valleys of the Hotzenwald - this is part of the southern Black Forest with a view of the Swiss mountains - and you come across large stone ramparts everywhere, which were erected long ago on the slopes and on the plains without any sense being recognizable. For more than a decade, the artist and local historian Paul H. Klahn has researched, measured and mapped these walls and presented them to archaeologists in essays and conversations. And there is still no explanation for these extensive prehistoric sites! They rise as if from an unknown time into our present.

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© spurensucher - 07.04.2019

Legendary: Mysterious rocks on the way to the Devil's Stone

If you have read my article about the Nordburg Lichtenstein in the Haßberge Nature Park, you may have noticed that the interior holds some "unearthed" treasures, which science does not really use or at least from my point of view leaves a lot in the dark. Those who visit the inner courtyard of the castle and follow the so-called "Legend Trail" down the valley should not be less surprised what awaits them there.

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© spurensucher - 17.03.2019

Lichtenstein: Castle ruin in the Megalithenpark

In Lower Franconia a castle ruin is embedded in a rocky landscape, which holds numerous anomalies and surprises ready

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© spurensucher - 06.01.2019

Plagues, paranormal and weather anomalies: The Augsburg miracle sign book

Although one does not know one's client, one suspects Heinricht Vogtherr and Hans Burgkmair the Younger as executive artists: The Augsburg Wonder Sign Book of the Renaissance reveals on (at least) 167 partly enigmatic drawings not only symbols of Christianity with explicit explanations, but one also learns something about extraordinary observations of nature and enigmatic beings of that time. The original appeared in a German auction house in 2007 and was then resold several times.

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© spurensucher - 23.12.2018

Druidenhain: Do geologists have the last word?

A stone's throw from Wohlmannsgesees in the district of Forchheim/Oberfranken lies the Druidenhain, a rock maze of mighty dolomite blocks.

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© spurensucher - 08.11.2018

Sete Cidades: Tortoise rocks in the Brazilian National Park

The Brazilian National Park Sete Cidades, also called "Seven Cities National Park", has some "geological" surprises to offer.

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© spurensucher - 19.09.2018

Merzbacher Point: More than just a castle ruin

What is officially sold to us as a quarry in the Rhätsandstein can be seen more closely in the Franconian Hassbergkreis. The small community of Buch is situated in a wooded area, only a few kilometres between Lichtenstein Castle and Gereuth Castle. A stone's throw for hikers.

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© spurensucher - 19.09.2018

Good stamina: Teufelstisch in the Palatinate Forest

Traces and legacies of the natural erosion force in the soft sandstone of the Bund are stumbling across all corners and ends in the hiking area of the Palatinate Forest. The lush green landscape is repeatedly interrupted by rock formations whose bizarre shapes remind one of imposing western backdrops. Especially unusual is the 14 meter high Teufelstisch in Hinterweidenthal, which from my point of view makes an outstanding figure.

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© Spurensucher - 25. Juli 2018

Rotenhan monolith installations: a rock castle or a pagan place of worship?

Near Ebern in the district of Haßberge there are interesting rocks which formed the architectural "pillars" of a castle ruin of the noble family "those of Rotenhan". Rock castles are rare in the region anyway. Before they were used as fortresses, did the striking rocks, which were already thickly overgrown, serve another purpose? Much is unclear... even if science once again has no doubts.

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© Spurensucher - 11. Mai 2018
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The hollow stone in the Haßwald forest

Reutersbrunn is a small, at first glance insignificant village community in Lower Franconia. The authors of the book "Black Madonna" (Xavier Maria Gwaltinger and Josef Rausch) state that the place is literally "infested with pictures of the Virgin Mary". In fact, crucifixes can be found everywhere at the entrances to towns and at courtyards in a "exhibition density" that I did not notice so much when passing through the surrounding towns. If I had looked there a little longer and more intensively, I might have noticed the portraits of Mary mentioned above.

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© Spurensucher - 11. Mai 2018
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The lizard of the Isterberg and the castle rocks of Bentheim

Only two hours by car from me I visited the "Isterberger cliffs", which according to archaeological findings left traces of civilization at least 8,000 years ago. A Germanic place of worship with inspiration for more...

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© Spurensucher - 04. Januar 2017
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That's the top, isn't it? Or something completely different?

 

There are topics that literally go over your head once you get to grips with them. That's how I feel and some others certainly feel when they deal with monstrous natural phenomena like the Devils Tower in Wyoming, USA...

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© Spurensucher - 08. September 2016
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Disc with crack: "out-of-place" artefact

In recent decades, there has been a steadily increasing number of archaeological discoveries, which are called "Out-Of-Place" (short: "OoParts") artefacts because of their mysterious and highly controversial classification.

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