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The Tarim Mummies

February 6th, 2014 § in History

An amazing discovery of 2,000 year old mummies in the Tarim basin of Western China occurred in the early 90s. But more amazing than the discovery itself was the astonishing fact that the mummies were blond haired and long nosed. In 1993, Victor Mayer a college professor collected[...]

Disappearance of the Indus Valley Civilization

February 6th, 2014 § in History

The ancient Indus Valley people, India’s oldest known civilization had a culture that stretched from Western India to Afghanistan and a populace of over 5 million. le—India’s oldest known civilization—were an impressive and apparently sanitary bronze-age bunch. The scale [...]

The 13 Crystal Skulls’ Connection with Armageddon

September 30th, 2013 § in History, Legends, Mystery

Mayans are revered as an incredibly intelligent people. They predicted their demise, and they also predicted the demise of our world — 2012. Although no one knows that as fact, they accurately predicted many things in their time. One thing they prophesied was the legend of [...]

The Mysterious Gelatinous Blobs

September 30th, 2013 § in History

A small community in Washington is used to having rain, but on August 7, 1994, they had more than rain. The community only has a population of 665 people and it seemed that everyone became ill after the gelatinous blobs hit the ground. It was raining blobs of goo and every one se[...]

King Arthur and his Knights

September 28th, 2013 § in History

Sovereign of the knights of the round table, Arthur was the adulterous son of Uther Pendragon and the beautiful Ygerne whom Pendragon induced by mistake by taking the traits of her husband. Historically he was inspired by a real Gallic king who lived at the turning of the V (fift[...]

The Great Pyramids and Other Structures

September 27th, 2013 § in History

Some have often said that there was no way that man could have built the Great Pyramids or other rock structures because it is physically impossible for men. Some believe that aliens built the pyramids. This piece of information comes about because of the diagonals lines. The pyr[...]

What happened at Hanging Rock?

September 26th, 2013 § in History

As swallowed by the earth – St. Valentines Day in the year 1900 granted brilliant sunshine to the village of Woodend near Melbourne (Australia). On this day, the Applegate College usually undertook a school excursion in the nearer surrounding of the village. In the early mo[...]

Are the Carnac Stones Part of Atlantis?

September 25th, 2013 § in History, Legends

Drive to the northwest part of France and you’ll run into a region called Brittany. A small village, Carnac, is in this peaceful region. It’s very quaint and different from Paris, consisting of livestock, beautiful green fields, and quiet French life. However, somethi[...]

King Solomon, the Wise

September 23rd, 2013 § in History, Legends

Solomon, the sage king of the Israelites, was particularly known for his “judgement” that permitted the rendering of a child to his veritable mother. Two prostitutes disputed about to whom of the both that child belonged. Solomon decided to sacrifice the child. Solomo[...]

A Spanish Picture-Gallery

September 19th, 2013 § in History

Portraits appeared in a mysterious way on a kitchen floor in Spain. They changed or faded by the time, attracted thousands of visitors and fooled psychologists and scientists. In the morning of 23rd August 1971, a housewife in the southern Spanish village Belmez de la Moraleda en[...]