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Water Has A Memory

Watch: WATER, THE GREAT MYSTERY   German Scientists Discover That Water Has A Memory Posted 2017/01/14 A new groundbreaking discovery has been made within the most basic of resources. Scientists have just discovered what they have called “The Discovery of The Millennium”, and a huge revelation in human consciousness. Scientists from Germany now believe that water … Continue reading Water Has A Memory

Tarantella: Heal Through Dance

In Italian culture, the word “tarantella” evokes images of a frenzied spinning dance traditionally played at weddings. However, this popular native dance of Southern Italy has a history and myth spanning several centuries. The dance, originally an Italian folk dance of the lower- and middle-classes, has been labeled as a dance to cure sickness and … Continue reading Tarantella: Heal Through Dance

Ley Lines: Earth’s Energy Grid

Producer’s Note: In our Kanaga Series’ 8th Episode, we talk about the Ley Lines/Earth’s Energy Grid. We mention Göbeklitepe could be on one of these grids. In fact there is no any information based on this idea. It is purely fictional. But the Ley Lines Theory exists. Whether you believe or not, it is a fascinating … Continue reading Ley Lines: Earth’s Energy Grid

Kanaga Symbol

The word ”Kanaga” comes from the Dogon Tribe in Mali. it is a mask which have a  secret meaning and only truly known by the group that wears them. The masks are worn during the Dama dancing ceremonies The Dogon believe that the Dama dance creates a bridge into the supernatural world. Without the Dama … Continue reading Kanaga Symbol

Artifact: Genetic Disk

In our story we were inspired by this controversial artifact presented by Archeologist Klaus Dona. Of course the original one doesn’t have the Kanaga symbol on it. Here some information about the Genetic Disc. So you decide if it is a genuine piece or a hoax.   An extraordinary and awesome Disc in black stone that … Continue reading Artifact: Genetic Disk

GÖBEKLİTEPE: The World’s Oldest Temple

The Birth of Religion We used to think agriculture gave rise to cities and later to writing, art, and religion. Now the world’s oldest temple suggests the urge to worship sparked civilization. Every now and then the dawn of civilization is reenacted on a remote hilltop in southern Turkey. The reenactors are busloads of tourists—usually … Continue reading GÖBEKLİTEPE: The World’s Oldest Temple

Harran:The Center for Knowledge and The Moon God Sin

Harran (Akkadian Harrânu, “intersecting roads”; Latin Carrhae): ancient city in Mesopotamia, famous for a temple of the Moon god Sin and the defeat of the Roman general Crassus in 53 BCE (“battle of Carrhae”). Early History From the third millennium BCE until medieval times, Harran is mentioned as an important trade center in northern Mesopotamia, … Continue reading Harran:The Center for Knowledge and The Moon God Sin

Sounds of Mardin / Video

In the movie “Sounds of Mardin” produced by the Mardin Museum Directorate, three traditional folk songs of Mardin were vocalized by 48 local artists in Turkish, Arabic, Kurdish, Syriac and Armenian languages. The movie aims at promoting and making thousands of years old tangible and intangible cultural heritage of Mardin Province visible and viable. Enjoy … Continue reading Sounds of Mardin / Video

DARA: Ancient City

When travelers visit the south-eastern Anatolian province of Mardin, they usually feel that they need to see just one place – the capital of the province. Meanwhile, in the area there are relatively little known but very interesting ruins of the ancient city of Dara. In the early Byzantine times, Dara was an important fortress, … Continue reading DARA: Ancient City

ŞAHMARAN: The Urban Legend of Turkey

Şahmaran’s legend is a cultural element that is widely known in Anatolia, especially in Tarsus, in southern and southeastern Anatolia, and is a cultural asset, with its paintings in the hope of bringing good luck and blessings to the houses. Shahmaran, a Persian word, means “Shah of the serpents” (Shah = king, sultan, mar = … Continue reading ŞAHMARAN: The Urban Legend of Turkey

THE FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR MELTDOWN CONTINUES UNABATED

JANUARY 8, 2018 All that it indicates is that, for the first time, the Japanese have been able to measure the intense radiation given off by the molten fuel, as each previous attempt has led to failure because the radiation is so intense the robotic parts were functionally destroyed. The radiation measurement was 530 sieverts, or 53,000 … Continue reading THE FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR MELTDOWN CONTINUES UNABATED

Thoth and The Emerald Tablet

THOTH Thoth is the Egyptian god of writing, magic, wisdom, and the moon. He was one of the most important gods of ancient Egypt alternately said to be self-created or born of the seed of Horus from the forehead of Set. As the son of these two deities, who represented order and chaos respectively, he … Continue reading Thoth and The Emerald Tablet

Near Death Experience: Neurosurgeon Dr.Eben Alexander

  A DOCTOR’S EXPERIENCE WITH THE AFTERLIFE   As a neurosurgeon, I did not believe in the phenomenon of near-death experiences. I grew up in a scientific world, the son of a neurosurgeon. I followed my father’s path and became an academic neurosurgeon, teaching at Harvard Medical School and other universities. I understand what happens … Continue reading Near Death Experience: Neurosurgeon Dr.Eben Alexander

Great Green Wall Project

  The Great Green Wall is an African-led project with an epic ambition: to grow an 8,000km natural wonder of the world across the entire width of Africa. Its goal is to provide food, jobs and a future for the millions of people who live in a region on the frontline of climate change. Once … Continue reading Great Green Wall Project

Kanaga Manifesto

If the act of creating means to give ourselves completely, Kanaga incarnates not only our souls but our dreams and passions. We were blessed to be in the right place at the right time: Istanbul 2013, three sofas and lots of coffee! First Question we asked ourselves: What do we love more? To travel, to discover ourselves trough … Continue reading Kanaga Manifesto

About Inspirations

With this Inspiration Blog, we would like to share the creative force behind the story, mythology, archeology, history, ecology, and our experiences throughout the whole process of making. It is also a web portal solely created for you the beautiful like minded people to share your inspirations, creations, experiences, and insights. In this rough patch the world is … Continue reading About Inspirations

Deforestation 2017

LA Times Report / They cover a third of the world’s landmass, help to regulate the atmosphere, and offer shelter, sustenance and survival to millions of people, plants and animals. But despite some progress, the planet’s woodlands continue to disappear on a dramatic scale. Since 1990 the world has lost the equivalent of 1,000 football … Continue reading Deforestation 2017

Michio Kaku Explains String Theory

In this excerpt from his Floating University/Great Big Ideas lecture, Dr. Michio Kaku explains that string theory begins where Einstein’s framework breaks down. String Theory: Finishing what Einstein Started Einstein spent the last part of his life trying to find a ‘theory of everything’- one that could tie together his theory of general relativity and … Continue reading Michio Kaku Explains String Theory

Carl Jung and the Paranormal, The Split Table

One day during his teenage years, Jung was studying in his room. His door actually led to the dining room where his mother sat knitting. It was partly closed at the time. Suddenly the sound of a large bang, like a gunshot, shattered the silence. It had come from the dining room. Immediately, Jung jumped … Continue reading Carl Jung and the Paranormal, The Split Table