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Lop Nor one of China’s four big no man’s land

June 25th, 2016 § in Legends

No man’s land for ordinary people is afraid of fear, and is a challenge for adventurers. In xinjiang and Tibet of China’s four big famous areas, sparsely populated, there is full of mystery, become the explorers “camp”. China’s big four systematicall[...]

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 [...]

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[...]

Nyx, the Greek Goddess of Night

September 24th, 2013 § in Legends

Greek Mythology: Description and signification of Nyx in combination with the night, shadows and obscurity. The night is not only the absence of sunlight. It symbolizes as well the obscurity filled with mysteries and the protective mother’s breast. In Greek mythology the ni[...]

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[...]

Aotearoa Mythology: The Maui Cycle

September 22nd, 2013 § in Legends

The demigod Maui is undoubted the most famous character in the mythology of the Maoris and as hero and “trickster” he reflects and shapes value conception of the culture of his people.   An analysis dedicated to a “name relative of a kiwi singer”     The de[...]

Did the Garden of Eden Really Exist?

September 20th, 2013 § in Legends, Mystery

Everyone who is the least bit familiar with the biblical story of the creation is aware of the idyllic setting in which the first man and woman found themselves. By all accounts the Garden of Eden must have been a wonderful place filled with beauty and lush vegetation. If the Gar[...]

The Legend of Morrow Road

September 19th, 2013 § in Legends

Located in Clay Township, Michigan, old Morrow Road is famous for a horrifying reason. The story goes that a mother and child went missing from their home on this road sometime in the late 1800′s. The little boy disappeared into thin air and shortly after, the mother also v[...]

A Terrifying Legend is Real?

September 14th, 2013 § in Legends

The high rolling hills and deep valleys of the forested places of Kentucky are serenely beautiful, but these hills have long been rumored to be the dwelling of spirits and strange terrifying beasts. The state gets it’s name from the Cherokee, Shawnee, Pawnee, and the other [...]

Loch Ness Monster Mysteries

September 11th, 2013 § in Legends

Of all the cryptozoological creatures reported around the world, the lake monster of Loch Ness, Scotland is surely the most well known and beloved of them all. That a possible prehistoric creature still shares our world in the deep, murky waters of this long lake fuels not only o[...]