Energy Station or Taj Mal?

I'm writing this blog after learning about Tartaria and putting two and two together, using reasoning skills.  I traveled to India a couple of times and second that I went there it included a trip to the Taj Mal.  Traveling to India is unique and special in it's self and there are some many temples and beautiful places, but the Taj Mal has to be one of the most dynamic and certianly the most famous.  


When I went to the Taj Mal the official story "Often described as one of the wonders of the world, the stunning 17th Century white marble Taj Mahalwas built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a mausoleum for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died in childbirth."

My purpose for calling the Taj Mal in particular is that the official story never sat with me, it something that comes up in mind in doesn't make sense.  The desire to build a palace for ones loved one and someone who would die at childbirth, can't image the broken heart and the joy at the same time.  

 The place of the tomb, where you say you can't take a picture, but still try to get away with it, there, was a round metal divider like structure and no tomb of sorts. If you have ever seen the movie Charlie and Chocolate factory where Charlie was floating with grandfather and moving towards the ceiling fan and couldn't go back down until they belched, well that was like this place without the ceiling fan or the characters of course.  I did mange to take some pictures, (check back to see if I found them to post) and they had pictures of orbs.  We seem to brush off those orbs that showed up in pictures as bad lighting or something that was wrong with the camera. 

Upon thinking this through and conencting my knowledge and expereinces together, it make sense that those orbs where in fact energy, vibrational beings that were being emitted to provide a sense of joy and harmony. Being at the Taj Mal, one can't deny the fact there is termendous feeling of well-being there, despite the huge numbers of tourists, the energy manages to find it's way to everyone.  

The design of the Spires and look of the Taj Mal is similiar to other famous places like the Blue Mosque (Muslim) and Hagia Sophia (Christian and now Muslim) in Istanbul as well many other similiar style buildings. 




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