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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[...]

Phoenix from the Ashes

September 8th, 2013 § in Legends

A mystical bird effecting several cultures as symbol of immortality and resurrection. Phoenix, in my opinion, can be a lot. First of all, in ancient times he was used as a sign or omen in many cultures and countries, e.g. Greece, Egypt, Ancient Rome, China, Theban, the Hebrews, [...]

The Essence of Crystal Knowledge

August 30th, 2013 § in Science

Crystals – gentle power, inspiring beauty, healing vibration… When we look at crystals and their beauty, brilliancy and their pure colour or clarity takes an effect on us, we cannot only resist the fascination and attractive power that crystals have exercised on peopl[...]

Hollow Earth – Is Agartha a Real City?

August 17th, 2013 § in Unexplained

Many cultures around the world have myths and legends based on the idea that the Earth is hollow. From the ancient Greeks believing in the Underworld and some cultures even believing that hell itself really is a fiery place beneath the Earth’s surface. To modern beliefs that gr[...]

What killed Tutankhamun? Mummy’s Cause of Death

July 13th, 2012 § in History

CAIRO — Egypt plans to run tests on the mummy of Tutankhamun to find out what killed the king who ruled Egypt more than 3,000 years ago and died while only a teenager. Culture Minister Farouk Hosni agreed Tutankhamun’s mummified body could be moved from its tomb to th[...]

Rare wooden sarcophagus found in Egypt

July 6th, 2012 § in History

Cairo – German archaeologists have discovered a rare wooden Pharaonic sarcophagus in the southern city of Luxor, the first such find in nearly two centuries, the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities said on Tuesday. Halil Ghali, a senior antiquities official for southern[...]

Why you’ve more than a ghost of a chance of seeing a spook

June 26th, 2012 § in Bizarre, Ghosts

EDINBURGH has a reputation for being the most haunted city on the planet. With its wealth of moody Gothic architecture and grisly past, it is easy to see why. Arguably the most famous resident ghost is Major Thomas Weir, a 17th-century Presbyterian minister who fell from grace an[...]

Finger Of A Giant Found In Egypt

June 16th, 2012 § in Mystery

A 15 inch long human finger has been found in Egypt and pictures of it are being released for the very first time.  BILD.de broke this story, and it is spreading like fire all over the Internet.  According to BILD.de, the pictures of this finger were taken by a researcher named[...]

Arab scholar ‘cracked Rosetta code’ 800 years before the West

May 22nd, 2012 § in History

It is famed as a critical moment in code-breaking history. Using a piece of basalt carved with runes and words, scholars broke the secret of hieroglyphs, the written ‘language’ of the ancient Egyptians. A baffling, opaque language had been made comprehensible, and the[...]

The Ghost Horse Of Egypt

May 12th, 2012 § in Ghosts

The ghost Horse Of Egypt. One of the greatest mysteries from this past year was the “ghost horse” that appeared in Tahrir Square during the Egyptian revolution.  One night while the protests in Egypt were in full swing, news footage captured an image of what seemed t[...]