There is a mysterious vault in the ancient Padmanabhaswamy shrine, it’s protected by two massive cobras painted on it and has no bolts, or any other means of entry.
>HIV Virus may be modified, engineered specifically to a purpose then injected into human body in order to target and destroy cancer cells, and many others virii can be reprogrammed in combo with radiotherapy derivatives as carrier. However radionucleides required for this process are getting scarce because most of countries are closing down their nuclear reactors or are trying to ditch them for whatever irrational reason.
>Denver I.A. (Denver International Airport)
>The Blue Horse also named the Blue Apocalypse of Hell
Based on Arkon Daraul : A History of the Secret Societies
>In the early nineteenth century, Southern Italy suffered greatly from the raids of small gangs of bandits who would descend from their hideouts in the mountains of Calabria and Abruzzi to rob travelers and to loot the villages. The authorities seemed unable to squelch the bands of thieves and protect the people, and only the vendettas and feuds between gangs themselves prevented the outlaws from uniting as one force to wreak greater havoc. Then, in 1816, a man named Ciro Annichiarico (d. 1818) became southern Italy’s greatest nightmare when he claimed the power of Jupiter, father of the gods of Imperial Rome, and successfully brought the bandit gangs into a single striking force, leading them to rob, pillage, and burn under the banner of the skull and crossbones and the motto, “Sadness, Death, Terror, and Mourning.”
>Stalker (Russian: Сталкер, IPA: [ˈstɑlkʲɪr]) is a 1979 art film directed by Andrei Tarkovsky, with a screenplay written by Boris and Arkady Strugatsky, loosely based on their novel Roadside Picnic. It depicts an expedition led by the Stalker to bring his two clients to a site known as the Zone, which has the supposed potential to fulfill a person’s innermost desires.