"No one has set foot in the Hall Of Miracles  since the age of the Dragons. This place should never had been found." Gibble deep voice echoed of the stone walls.

"No one has set foot in the Hall Of Miracles since the age of the Dragons. This place should never had been found." Gibble deep voice echoed of the stone walls.

Shirley Temple Cake {A Twist on a Childhood Favorite} cake/ bundt cake/ cherry A light and delicious bundt, this Shirley Temple Cake will evoke the inner child in us. Full of lemon lime and cherry flavor this cake is truly addicting! via @tastesoflizzyt

Shirley Temple Cake {A Twist on a Childhood Favorite} cake/ bundt cake/ cherry A light and delicious bundt, this Shirley Temple Cake will evoke the inner child in us. Full of lemon lime and cherry flavor this cake is truly addicting! via @tastesoflizzyt

Temple of Light, Duncan Halleck on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/ymKrx

Temple of Light, Duncan Halleck on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/ymKrx

ArtStation - 'Blade' Concept Art - Theme04. Elysion(Temple of Light), Arthur Lee

ArtStation - 'Blade' Concept Art - Theme04. Elysion(Temple of Light), Arthur Lee

’Second Hypostyle Hall of Seti I Temple at Abydos.’  A sun beam piercing through a a hole in the roof illuminates the Second Hypostyle Hall of the Seti I Temple at Abydos. The hall has several of these holes, which are part of the original design to provide lighting. Behind the columns, to the right, we see the entrance to the Chapel of Ptah. The temple was begun by Seti I and completed by his son Ramses II in the 13th century BC. Photo Paul Smit.

’Second Hypostyle Hall of Seti I Temple at Abydos.’ A sun beam piercing through a a hole in the roof illuminates the Second Hypostyle Hall of the Seti I Temple at Abydos. The hall has several of these holes, which are part of the original design to provide lighting. Behind the columns, to the right, we see the entrance to the Chapel of Ptah. The temple was begun by Seti I and completed by his son Ramses II in the 13th century BC. Photo Paul Smit.

Temple of Hathor  Dendara, Egypt. Pretty interesting carving for an egyptian complex. Very organic. This temple was supposed to be a temple of healing. This is where the 7 Hators hung out. They each were goddesses of a specific frequency of light.

Temple of Hathor Dendara, Egypt. Pretty interesting carving for an egyptian complex. Very organic. This temple was supposed to be a temple of healing. This is where the 7 Hators hung out. They each were goddesses of a specific frequency of light.

‘Temple of Light’ Afloat in Sausalito | Zillow Blog

'Temple of Light' Afloat in Sausalito

Shipibo Ayahuasca Retreat in the Amazon - Iquitos, Peru

Shipibo Ayahuasca Retreat in the Amazon - Iquitos, Peru

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