The Antediluvian Wall Of Texas: A Lost Civilization Under Texas?

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1930s-excavation
Source: Ancient-Code.com
July 14, 2016

More than 100 years ago, a strange wall was discovered in Texas. Now, it turns out that the remains of this wall may have belonged to an antediluvian long lost civilization that inhabited the region in the distant past.

There is a town in Texas called Rockwall. Most people that live there have absolutely no idea from where the town got its name from. It turns out that the town was named after a strange wall was dug up together with a giant skull after people were searching for water.

According to reports, the Antediluvian map is a nearly perfect rectangle with 4 miles in width and 7 miles in lengths, with a total area of over 20square miles.

It turns out that the top of the wall had a uniform elevation of 550 ft above sea level.

But how was the wall discovered?

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Five Cancer-Fighting Recipes That Also Helps You Beat The Summer Heat

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Summer produce
Source: NaturalNews.com
Isabelle Z.
July 13, 2016

As summer kicks into full swing, gardens everywhere are overflowing with fruit and vegetables. If you’ve been looking for creative ways to use summer produce, the American Institute for Cancer Research has published five of its most popular cancer-protective recipes that can help you beat the heat, while taking advantage of the plethora of great fruits and vegetables that are currently in season.

Breakfast berry parfait

First up is their Breakfast berry parfait, which can help you start out your day with an all-important punch of protein. It also has important compounds that fight cancer, such as vitamin C and a phytochemical known as ellagic acid. The best part of this recipe is its adaptability. It will taste just as good if you need to make it ahead of time, and you can easily transport it to work or wherever you…

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