Terracotta Warriors

The Terracotta Warriors

The terracotta warriors were first discovered by archaeologists in 1974. They are massive life-sized soldiers weighing more than a tonne and more than 8000 of them were found buried in three of the four pits found near the pyramid tomb of Shi Huangdi. In a book “The Terracotta Warriors” by Maurice Cotterell, it is said that the terracotta warriors which supposedly protected Shi Huangdi who was clothed in jade and cast adrift in a lake of mercury within the pyramid, actually bore secret codes of the higher knowledge of the super-science of the sun and the higher orders of spirituality which were Shi Huangdi’s.
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