Mythical creatures from Africa
For centuries, Africa remained for Europeans unknown mysterious continent. It was believed that ancient creatures could still live on the "black" continent, and that is why numerous scientific expeditions were…

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Nostradamus (prophet of European history)
On the 14th of December, 1503, in the Provencal town of San Remy, around noon, was born the most amazing of people ever living on earth. Michel Nostradamus, for whom…

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Mystery Beacon Eileen Mor
Eileen-Moore It would seem that an extraordinary thing could happen in a regular sea lighthouse? Rangers, as a rule, describe life here as incredibly boring and devoid of all kinds…

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Five great mysteries of human history

1. The Lost Atlantis
Five great mysteries of human history
Lost Atlantis is one of the oldest and most disturbing mysteries of minds. Since ancient times, people have tried to discover Atlantis, which is considered to have sunk as a result of an earthquake or tsunami.
The Greek philosopher Plato described Atlantis as a large island located in the immediate vicinity of Gibraltar, the abode of the most developed civilization and an object of unsurpassed sophistication with a glorious palace. Continue reading

Unsolved mystery of the 20th century: “The Book of Veles”

The time has come for another unsolved mystery of the 20th century from our already half-lost series of secrets of the 20th century. The Veles Book is a written text first published in the 1950s by Russian emigrants Yu. P. Mirolyubov and Al. Kurom (A. A. Kurenkov) in San Francisco. According to the stories of Mirolyubov, he was written off from the wooden planks lost during the war, allegedly created around the 9th century. It contains legends, prayers, legends and stories about the ancient Slavic history from about the VII century BC. er until the ninth century n. er
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Several reasons not to believe in ghosts

Modern television and cinema are trying to convince us of the existence of the supernatural. Vampires, werewolves, witches, ghosts and other vermin from the stories of science fiction writers are transferred not only to TV screens, but also into our consciousness.
Some people on the mainstream wave just fall in love with pale-faced fanged heroes, while others, more impressively, begin to be even more afraid of flashing lights, incomprehensible sounds and darkness. Continue reading

Time travel - fantasy or reality?
In 1895, English science fiction writer Gerber Wells released the novel "The Time Machine." It presented an original idea: someday scientists will create a device that allows you to travel…

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Several reasons not to believe in ghosts
Modern television and cinema are trying to convince us of the existence of the supernatural. Vampires, werewolves, witches, ghosts and other vermin from the stories of science fiction writers are…

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Will the end of the world?
The feeling of the approaching catastrophe in our days has become so universal that it seems there is not a single person who would not have asked the question -…

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Wang - a symbol of the Unknown
(Wanga died on August 11, 1996 after a serious illness. Wanga died for two months. When she was brought to the intensive care unit of the government hospital in Sofia,…

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What traces leave the aliens
The aliens' research activity is accompanied by a visit to new planets, their satellites and asteroids for the purpose of scientific observations, as well as collecting samples from the natural…

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