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Ancient Civilization

The Faerie Phenomenon in Folkloric and Modern Experience

Faeries have been an important part of the folkloric repertoire for hundreds (perhaps even thousands) of years, and while they are portrayed in the popular imagination through faerie tales, and have become disneyfied through the 20th century, their main presence is in the myriad of folklore from every part of the globe. They usually (though […]

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The Search for Odin

Odin   In the pre-Christian pagan religion of the Scandinavian and Northern Germanic people, Odin is the ruler of the Aesir, the principal race of gods and goddesses in Norse mythology. Archeologist and historian Thor Heyerdahl speculated that Odin, commonly thought of today as a mythical Norse god, was a historical person who founded the […]

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Sacsayhuaman and The Legacy of Atlantis and Mu

  The Central and South American Region is uniquely mysterious and littered with megalithic sites that defy the imagination. There is something intriguingly common about the way the stones were built and set into place that still today has scholars scratching their heads. Could this technique be a legacy technology from a potential lost civilisation? […]

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The Younger Dryas Event and the Prehistoric Period Extinction

The Younger Dryas Event and the Prehistoric Period Extinction  By The Human Origin Project Over millennia earth has seen and lost countless living species. None is more well-known than the disappearance of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. For many epochs, mega-reptiles dominated the planet until an asteroid crashed into the Gulf of Mexico sending […]

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Sacsayhuaman

  Construction Theories – Part 2 Ancient Mystery: Vitrified and Moulded Rocks Note: This article is presented with permission. Article Source: http://www.ancient-mysteries-explained.com/vitrified-rocks.html Perfect fitting, vitrified and moulded rocks Many rocks have a strange look in Cusco and surroundings. As if they once were soft and have been moulded to give them form. They have a finish that […]

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The Enigma Of Dighton Rock

Dighton Rock is a mysterious tide-washed boulder that juts up out of the Taunton River at Assonet Neck, just across from the town of Dighton, Massachusetts, and the Dighton Yacht Club. To yachtsmen sailing the river and even to some residents of Assonet Neck, it looks like just another rock, about eleven feet long and […]

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The Laws of Manu George Bühler,1886

  CHAPTER I. 1. The great sages approached Manu, who was seated with a collected mind, and, having duly worshipped him, spoke as follows: 2. ‘Deign, divine one, to declare to us precisely and in due order the sacred laws of each of the (four chief) castes (varna) and of the intermediate ones. 3. ‘For […]

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CRITIAS by Plato 360 BC translated by Benjamin Jowett New York, C. Scribner’s Sons, [1871]

  PERSONS OF THE DIALOGUE: CRITIAS; HERMOCRATES; TIMAEUS; SOCRATES Timaeus. How thankful I am, Socrates, that I have arrived at last, and, like a weary traveller after a long journey, may be at rest! And I pray the being who always was of old, and has now been by me revealed, to grant that my […]

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Epicurus : Letter to Menoeceus

  Greeting. Let no one be slow to seek wisdom when he is young nor weary in the search thereof when he is grown old. For no age is too early or too late for the health of the soul. And to say that the season for studying philosophy has not yet come, or that […]

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