Mysteries of the world
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Nothing gives our brains the same kind of fireworks as watching creepy things. And if you’re not one of the horror aficionados it may be hard to understand the point of the thrill that horror gives.
Did you know that there are 3 perfectly aligned towers on Mars that mimic the Orion constellation? as well as the 3 Pyramids of Giza?
Kyle Rives saved to AncientTech
Начало Остраконы, найденные в Египте, - это небольшие кусочки известняка - бесценный источник информации, дающий представление не только о методах обучения художников, но и о менталитете Египтян. Если сравнить рисунок египетского художника, понимая, какое именно изображение скрывается за наброском,…
Krzysztof Michalski saved to News
The 10 most mysterious events in the world | HealthoWealth
Ray Peterson saved to Funny and cute
Should you use Mystery of History or Story of the World in your homeschool? Here's a comparison of both popular homeschool courses.
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The Grand Grimoire, The Red Dragon, Gospel of Satan. #project_knowledge via ✨ @padgram ✨(http://dl.padgram.com)
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01. There is 9.3 miles by 17.4 miles geoglyph (Marree Man) in Australia with 100 feet wide outlines depicting an indigenous man. Its origin remains a mystery with no known witnesses to its creation. A plaque of an American flag was found buried 5 feet under the nose of the figure. #unsolved #mystery #bizarre #strange #americanflag #geoglyph #almonds #shellgrotto #factrepublic #wtffact #knowledge #funfact #travel #spooky #haunted
According to the excerpts from the notes and documents of Matilda O'Donnell McElroy (a Flight nurse in the USAF 509th Bomb Wing), she interviewed an alien named Airl who was the only survivor in the UFO crash at Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947.
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British explorer Alfred Isaac MIDLETON scoured the farthest corners of the world in search of zoological, botanical and archaeological wonders at the end of the 19st century. These newly discovered photos help shed light on some incredible discoveries during a series of then-unknown missions, regions of Southeast Asia, Africa, and the Amazon rainforest. The last photo is, 18th century artist's rendering of the lost city of Dawleetoo based on local Sumatran folklore. Unfortunately all…
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