8 Behaviors People Don’t Realize They Display Because They Are Spiritually Awake.

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A spiritual awakening feels a lot like being a kid in a candy store – you get excited and overwhelmed all at the same time. You want to savor all the flavors, but don’t know where to start. This new world makes you feel good in ways you couldn’t imagine, but you can’t quite describe it […]

Según los expertos, se conoce más la Luna que el fondo de los océanos; y es que apenas conocemos menos del 10% del relieve de los fondos marinos más allá de los 200 metros de profundidad.

Imagina la cantidad de conocimiento que nos espera si logramos explorarlo en su totalidad, la cantidad de vida y tesoros de la naturaleza que esperan a ser descubiertos.

Durante milenios, el océano y los mares han maravillado a un sin fin de civilizaciones. Sus misterios nos han fascinado y su fuerza y poder sorprendido. No es raro, por eso, que aún hoy sintamos un miedo, respeto y curiosidad hacia lo que en él se esconde que es difícil de explicar.

Descubre en las siguientes imágenes algunas de las maravillas que el océano nos regala.

Cristo en el fondo del mar

Se ha convertido en un arrecife artificial en el que la vida marina puede florecer.

Extrañas figuras circulares

Cuando fueron descubiertas hubo quien incluso pensó que era obra de extraterrestres, la realidad es que son realizadas por una especie de pez globo llamado Tetraodontidae.

En el fondo del mar también hay adictos al trabajo

Enorme concentración de estatuas bajo el mar

En las profundidades de los mares europeos fueron encontrados más de 10 millones de dólares en plata de la Segunda Guerra Mundial

Inexplicablemente un tren terminó bajo el mar

Por desgracia, la contaminación ha llegado al fondo del mar

Una ciudad egipcia de tres mil años de antigüedad

Yonaguni Monument en Japón

Una antigua ciudad China perdida en el fondo del mar, Shi Cheng

A cientos de Km de su país de origen fueron encontradas estas estatuas egipcias

Un vehículo encontrado en un botadero de la Segunda Guerra Mundial en el mas Báltico

En el Caribe mexicano se encuentran estas esculturas sumergidas

Más común de lo que pudieras pensar, los ríos bajo el mar son una realidad

Monedas de oro con un valor mayor a los 100 000 dólares

Este increíble tanque usado durante el Día D fue encontrado en el mar en Normandía

Si te han gustado las fotografías recuerda compartirlas y apoyarnos con un Me Gusta. Déjanos tus comentarios.

15+ FOTOS MISTERIOSAS DEL FONDO DEL MAR QUE TE REVELARÁN SUS SECRETOS.

24 Hidden Messages in Famous Symbols You Had No Idea About.

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Every large company strives to ensure that its logo is not just recognizable, but conveys a message to the consumer. Naturally, logo designers do their best to fit as much meaning into as small an amount of space as possible. Today, Bright Side invites you to take a fresh look at some popular symbols logos and discover the witty and diverse meanings they conceal! 24. Hope for African Children Initiative © […]

Learn Stress Management To Avoid Making Mistakes

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Learn Stress Management To Avoid Making Mistakes Wrong decisions and impromptu choices are always the result of stress. If your mind has gone berserk with a problem, then you can be sure that you will be making mistakes left and right without even knowing it. You can compromise your career, destroy a business, or even […]

General Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

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General Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad Araminta Ross, later named Harriet Tubman, was born into slavery circa 1820. She was raised under harsh slave conditions in Dorchester County, Maryland; she was subjected to whippings even as a small child. When Harriet was twelve years old, a white overseer struck her in the head with a […]

France and the American Revolution

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France and the American Revolution

In March of 2003, after France opposed a UN invasion of Iraq, two US Republicans
removed all references to French fries from menus affiliated with the US House of
Representatives. In the House cafeteria, potatoes became “freedom fries”. In a time of
such Francophobia, some Americans might be surprised by the history of positive
French-American relations. In fact, it’s likely that the American colonies would not have defeated the British without French support.

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In the 1770s, French enthusiasm for the American Revolution was high. Intellectually,
French Enlightenment intellectuals were agitating against their own feudal land systems and class privilege. Emotionally, French leaders had been eager to defeat arch-rival Britain since their Seven Years War. King Louis XVI had been privately supporting the colonists for some time. But now, formal support appeared more advantageous. France saw this as a strategic opportunity to secure North American landholdings and officially befriend a rising power. Ben Franklin also played a significant role in winning tangible French support; traveling with his wit and charm, Franklin visited Paris in 1776 to rally support for the colonists’ cause. France first assisted the rogue colonies in May of 1776 by sending 14 ships loaded with gunpowder and other war supplies.

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In February of 1778, the colonists and the French signed a Treaty of Amity and
Commerce. This was significant because France not only offered trade concessions, but also legally recognized the colonies as the United States. Most importantly, Ben Franklin also secured a Treaty of Alliance with King Louis XVI. This stipulated that if France entered the war against Britain:

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1) neither France nor the US would surrender; 2) neither would agree to peace with Britain without the other’s consent; and 3) each guaranteed the
other’s landholdings in America. Within a few months, British ships fired upon the
French, and the two countries were at war. France sent about 12,000 soldiers and 30,000 sailors to support the colonists.

Many Frenchmen were truly committed to the cause of liberty. A former French Navy
captain, Marquis de Lafayette, had such zeal that the French suggested he enlist in the US forces! He volunteered to become a major general for no pay. Lafayette became an
effective military leader and a lifelong friend of General George Washington. He was
eventually given honorary US citizenship.

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When France officially entered the war, Spanish interest was piqued. Motivated by the
possibility of a land grab, Spain entered the war as a French ally against Britain. Holland followed suit. This combination of European powers was a much greater threat to Britain than the colonies could produce alone, and the crucial 1781 victory at Yorktown could not have been won without the French alliance.

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Unfortunately for France, following the Battle at Yorktown, Ben Franklin engaged in
secret negotiations with Britain. This was particularly insulting considering the French- American treaties and France’s considerable wartime expenditures. Their hopes of becoming the main US trade partner were dashed when most American trade was contracted within the British Empire. Also, expectations of regaining French North American territories were mostly unmet.

Still, defeating the British brought France a definite taste of revenge. It also restored a
sense of French confidence and esteem alongside other European powers. Furthermore, in spirit France was now ready for a revolution of its own.

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