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June 20, 2024
In 2013, I received a call from Roraima, an unusual table mountain on the border between Venezuela, Brazil, and Guyana. Formed millions of years ago during significant tectonic shifts when South America separated from Africa, Roraima is the source of three major rivers: the Amazon, Orinoco, and Essequibo, earning it the local indigenous name "Mother of all Waters." Wrapped in mystery, partly due to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's portrayal in "The Lost World," Russian scientist Konstantin Korotkov measured exceptionally high energy values in Roraima's water. For the locals, it's a sacred mountain.
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