Visiting the Liberty Bell Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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We went to the Liberty Bell Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania so we could get an up-close look at the Liberty Bell. Shot in April 2016.


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Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple (1st Draft)

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Wood River Village Retirement Community Assisted Living | Bensalem PA | Pennsylvania

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Wood River Village Retirement Community is a beautiful 75 bed continuing care community located in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. Wood River Village Retirement Community is near Lower Bucks Hospital as well as other local churches, schools, senior centers, shopping malls, and Dr offices. This English speaking home provides transportation, medication assistance, showering assistance, incontinence care, dressing assistance, diabetes care, and general supervision. The restaurant style food is served in a cozy environment which creates socialization and friendly conversations. This continuing care community is licensed by the State of Pennsylvania to offer the upmost care and service. This community is very lively and social for the active adult. All residents enter the community through independent living to enjoy the benefits of the Life Care plan. Each apartment is renovated to meet the desires of its new resident before move in. Every unit features an enclosed balcony. There are plenty of activities and amenities, including painting, woodworking, a game lounge, heated pool with whirlpool, a greenhouse, village store and walking trails. Your CarePatrol Senior Advisor has personally pre-screened and reviewed this continuing care community’s care and violation history and would be happy to share it with you on or before your tour.

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Top 4 Creepiest Abandoned Places Pennsylvania

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Union Station (Gary)
Rose Island Amusement Park (Charlestown)
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Travel Guide – Must-See Attractions

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Philadelphia is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the second largest city on the East Coast of the United States, and the fifth-most-populous city in the United States.[1] It is located in the Northeastern United States along the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers, and it is the only consolidated city-county in Pennsylvania.
The most important places to visit in Philadelphia are: Franklin Court (was raised in 1812, the ghost of it still stands today. Here is the Christ Church Burial Ground, another famous landmark, where Ben Franklin and four other signers of the Declaration of Independence were laid to rest), Congress Hall (was home of the first Congress. On top of that, George Washington and John Adams were inaugurated here, and the Bill of Rights was ratified right inside), Liberty Bell (is perhaps Philadelphia’s most famous attraction. On July 8th, 1776, it was rung to commemorate the hearing of the Declaration of Independence. The Bell weighs 2,000 pounds, which may not be apparent by looking at it) and many more.
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The Farm on Quarry Road – Lititz, Pennsylvania

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Located in Lititz, Pennsylvania, The Farm is a charming and picturesque community of custom homes designed by Rebecca Simeral and built by Simeral Construction Company. The Farm is reminiscent of an age when quality went without saying, with copper coach lights and winding drives. All of the homes and details, which include steep-pitched cedar roofs and copper gutters and downspouts, are so authentic that you can scarcely believe that they are newly built. The Farm is located in Manheim Township School District with a short drive to both downtown Lititz and Lancaster.

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Liberty Bell HD (2015)

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The Liberty Bell is an iconic symbol of American independence, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Formerly placed in the steeple of the Pennsylvania State House (now renamed Independence Hall), the bell today is located in the Liberty Bell Center in Independence National Historical Park. The bell was commissioned from the London firm of Lester and Pack (today the Whitechapel Bell Foundry) in 1752, and was cast with the lettering “Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof,” a Biblical reference from the Book of Leviticus (25:10). The bell first cracked when rung after its arrival in Philadelphia, and was twice recast by local workmen John Pass and John Stow, whose last names appear on the bell. In its early years, the Liberty Bell was used to summon lawmakers to legislative sessions and to alert citizens to public meetings and proclamations.

No immediate announcement was made of the Second Continental Congress’s vote for independence, and thus the bell could not have rung on July 4, 1776, at least not for any reason related to that vote. Bells were rung to mark the reading of the Declaration of Independence on July 8, 1776, and while there is no contemporary account of the Liberty Bell ringing, most historians believe it was one of the bells rung. After American independence was secured, it fell into relative obscurity for some years. In the 1830s, the bell was adopted as a symbol by abolitionist societies, who dubbed it the “Liberty Bell.” Similarly suffragists adopted the bell as a symbol, calling it the “justice bell.”[1]

The bell acquired its distinctive large crack sometime in the early 19th century—a widespread story claims it cracked while ringing after the death of Chief Justice John Marshall in 1835. The bell became famous after an 1847 short story claimed that an aged bell-ringer rang it on July 4, 1776, upon hearing of the Second Continental Congress’s vote for independence. Despite the fact that the bell did not ring for independence on that July 4, the tale was widely accepted as fact, even by some historians. Beginning in 1885, the City of Philadelphia, which owns the bell, allowed it to go to various expositions and patriotic gatherings. The bell attracted huge crowds wherever it went, additional cracking occurred and pieces were chipped away by souvenir hunters. The last such journey occurred in 1915, after which the city refused further requests.

After World War II, the city allowed the National Park Service to take custody of the bell, while retaining ownership. The bell was used as a symbol of freedom during the Cold War and was a popular site for protests in the 1960s. It was moved from its longtime home in Independence Hall to a nearby glass pavilion on Independence Mall in 1976, and then to the larger Liberty Bell Center adjacent to the pavilion in 2003. The bell has been featured on coins and stamps, and its name and image have been widely used by corporations.

Mysterious Pyramids In Quakertown, Pennsylvania – What’s Inside?

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We are looking at a pyramid in Pennsylvania that was built by a secret society called Rosicrucian and in this video I will show you the inside of the pyramid and some really bizarre details. There are widespread rumors that this pyramid is a portal to another world and by the end of this video, you can decide for yourself if that is the case.

From the street, you can see the pyramid and it seems like a nice structure to look at and it has another beautiful pyramid shaped fountain nearby. But when you go to another side of the pyramid, you can see the gateway to the inside. At this point, I was still feeling pretty good because this pyramid is a part of the Rosicrucian church, and churches are normally safe places to hang out. But as I went near it, I saw this sign on top of the gate.

It has a skull with 2 bones below it, which is clearly a symbol of danger. And it is sitting on top of the globe with wings. And below it you see the word “TRY” as though it is daring you to step inside the pyramid. As soon as I saw this, my attitude instantly changed and I was spooked because you don’t expect to see something like this inside a church premises. Notice that there is an anchor on the left symbolizing underworld because anchors always go down, and a torch symbolizing “higher world” because flames always go up.

Now, this is what you see inside the pyramid. You can see a very small room probably about 3 feet wide and 5 feet long, but can you tell what is really weird about this room? If you want, you can pause the video, and try to find out the secret that is right in front of you. If you are not distracted by the plaques hanging on the wall, you will notice the screws on the walls. Have you ever seen screws on marble tiles? These screws are holding the tiles of this fake wall, and if you remove them there would be a much larger chamber inside. There should be no other reason to have these screws on the walls.

This is confirmed when you take another look at the entire pyramid. The pyramid is about 50 feet wide on all 4 sides, and about 30 feet tall. There is no reason to build such a large pyramid to have a room that is only 3 feet wide. The secret chamber that is behind this wall, could be easily over 40 feet wide and may even have multiple levels.
This is further reinforced by this plaque hanging on the fake wall. Notice how it shows the pyramid with an oval shaped chamber that is as tall as the pyramid itself. If you look carefully, you can see 2 levels in the chamber. I apologize for not taking a better picture, because I panicked after seeing the skull symbol and wanted to get out without getting into trouble.

On the first level of the chamber, you can see a strange figure that does not look human at all, and on the next level, there is an empty room with a circular opening carved on it. There is also something carved under the pyramid, so it is possible that there is an underground area as well.

Let’s take a look at the other signs hanging on the fake wall. On the bottom of this plaque it says “Novus Ordo Seclorum” which is Latin for “New order of the ages” or more popularly called “The New World Order”. Above it is a pyramid with a broken top, replaced by an eye that is watching you.

On the top, we can see the phrase “Annuit cœptis” which means “He approves of the undertakings”. This is a very mysterious phrase because we don’t really know who approves of the undertakings. If you want to get a better look at this sign, just open your wallet and pull out a dollar bill. This is the exact sign that you will find on the dollar bill and many people say the dollar bill itself was created by the Illuminati to create a new world order. The other plaque has an eagle that is also found on the dollar bill.

These pyramids belong to a secret society called Rosicrucian founded in 1420, so they have been operating for about 600 years now. These pyramids are estimated to be more than 200 years old and locals believe, that these are portals or wormholes to contact other world beings. Of course, the members of Rosicrucian are sworn to secrecy, so they never talk about the pyramids to anybody.

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St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church For Sale Or Lease In Mt Carmel, Pennsylvania 17851 -$199,000

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A beautifully built all hand cut granite stone church building, built in 1876. The church (St.Josephs) was originally founded by a Polish group of the Roman Catholic faith.
The church was sold to the public a few years ago. I purchased the church for the beautiful craftsmanship and love of the architecture, design, and style. The property is in AMAZING CONDITION and has ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES both commercially, residentially, or both.
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(Former St.Josephs Polish Founded Roman Catholic Church)
Owner: Anthony Giuffrida
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– sale price $199,000 – cash purchase closing within 30 days. ( a $100,000 discount from our $299,00 asking price )

– sale price $224,000 – owner finance with $75,000 down payment – remaining balance to be negotiated

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LEASE TO OWN – Price – $299,000 – Lease for 24 months @ $3,000 / month – remaining balance can be negotiated

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Bigrigtravels Live! Sideling Hill, Pennsylvania to Frystown – May 24, 2016

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