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From Cusco, Peru

Apr 2, 2012
From Cusco, Peru

On the 29th December 2011, I received a very nice letter along with a beautiful card and unique gifts from Ms Veronika Tupayachi, via my liaison Beng Kooi...

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Nazca Lines – Another Sign of Paranormal Activity?

Oct 4, 2011
Nazca Lines – Another Sign of Paranormal Activity?

Have you ever wondered how the Nazca Lines are made? Are they man made or is there something else behind its creation that we might not know of...

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