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Update: 17.01.23

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Img.272 from God proof (#F1a)

Img.273 (aus God proof (#F1b)

Sequence (#F1ab):Img.272/ Img.273 Two photographs of a palm called "Talipot Palm" (Corypha Umbraculifera). Its peculiarity is that all the slivers of this species bloom at exactly the same time, only once during their life span of between 25 and 80 years, while after bearing fruit they all die. Such perfect synchronization of their flowering, fruiting and death, as well as such strange behavior of them, cannot be explained without the use of God and divine supervision. Both of the above photos were taken in Kerala, India, in 2002.

Img.272 (#F1a) A flowering palm called "Talipot Palm" or Corypha Umbraculifera.

Img.273 (#F1b) A close-up of the appearance of the flowers in "Talipot Palm" (Corypha Umbraculifera)

Besucher ab 15.06.22: (Abbildungen Übersicht)

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