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Dome fields

The researchers used laser scanning equipment attached to low-flying helicopters in order to penetrate the thick foliage of the Cambodian jungle. Their work revealed earthen mounds and markings on the ground left over from decayed buildings made of wood and other organic material, Evans said.

The airborne scans, carried out in 2015, covered more than 735 square miles (1,910 square kilometers) of Cambodia. These scans revealed more information about the city of Mahendraparvata, which flourished more than 1,000 years ago, in the early years of the Khmer Empire. A scan in 2012 that mapped out 140 square miles (370 square km) of Cambodia had already revealed a sizable part of that city.

"Conventionally, the classical Angkorian period begins with the eighth- to ninth-century city of Mahendraparvata," located north of Angkor, Evans wrote in his paper.

Though Evans and his colleagues are still determining the size of Mahendraparvata, there is evidence that Angkor-period "archaeological topography," or the shape of the ground that appears to indicate a human presence, covers 15 to 20 square miles (40 to 50 square km), he said. [Images: Lost Medieval City Discovered Near Angkor Wat]

Much of that archaeological topography consisted of grid-like arrangements of mounds, Evans said. Similar dome fields have been found in other parts of Cambodia.

The purpose of these dome fields is unknown. "Surface surveys and excavations of these mounds have revealed little of archaeological interest, and they remain among the most enigmatic features of Khmer landscape archaeology," Evans wrote.

"They're an interesting problem," said Roland Fletcher, a professor at the University of Sydney who works with Evans but didnít co-author this particular study.
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Scrying - The ability to "read" the trees, leaves , and/or clouds.

Only, a very few can see the "lines of consciousness"
Where the secrets behold.
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emotional boundaries is the topic
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start thinking about the environment the girl is within on Gaia surface and what the sat is looking at which she is within to be doing what she does
 
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