About the "end of the world."
Rumors about the upcoming lightning apocalypse, of course, did not arise from scratch. The ancient Mayan people considered time as cycles of 5,125 years each. The beginning of the last…

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Unsolved mystery of the 20th century: "Loss of aircraft in the Bermuda Triangle"
After a long break, the editors decided to continue a series of articles on unsolved mysteries of the 20th century. The hype around the Bermuda Triangle began in 1945 after…

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Extreme life forms can dwell in the universe.
To date, astronomers have discovered in the universe already a sufficient number of different planets - from hot worlds with hot surfaces to cold frozen ice balls. While the search…

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Unsolved mystery of the 20th century: “The Mystery of the Loch Ness Monster (Nessie)”

A lot of time has passed since the last article in the unsolved mystery series of the 20th century was published, the editors of our site decided to continue this series. And the next in turn is the Mystery of the Loch Ness Monster (Nessie).
If you turn to the very depths of Celtic legends, then this creature was first noticed by the Roman conquerors. The very first mention of the Loch Ness monster dates back to the 5th century AD, where in one of the chronicles the water beast of the River Ness is mentioned. Continue reading

Calendar of the future by deciphering the quatrains of Michel Nostradamus.

Michel Nostradamus (1503 -1566) – the great French astrologer, healer and prophet. He studied at the universities of Avignon and Montpellier. Bachelor of Medicine. He made a great contribution to the development of medical methods to combat the plague. In 1547 he decided to devote his life to astrology and the predictions of the future. In 1555, the first collection of Nostradamus prophecies was published in Lyon. Continue reading

Apocalypse of the Black Sea and the fate of Mithridates VI Eupator

John the Theologian could not help hearing about the earthquake of the sixty-third year BC. This earthquake occurred on the territory of the modern Kerch Strait, that is, on the territory of our country.
The earthquake was fateful for the Pontic kingdom and for the Asia Minor province of Assia, which was then part of it, the former Ionia (where John the Theologian lived later). Perhaps the earthquake was one of the reasons for the death of this state.
Who now, except for historians, remembers the Pontic kingdom, once no less powerful than Rome? .. Continue reading

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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Heiro's Predictions
Count Louis Hamon is one of the most prominent clairvoyants of the nineteenth century. His real name is William John Warner, which he changed after he discovered the gift of…

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The most interesting person of the XIX century
The most interesting personality of the XIX century, Russian writer, teacher, music critic Vladimir Fedorovich Odoyevsky (1803 - 1869), the last representative of the ancient princely family of the Rurik…

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The most famous ghosts in the world
Territories where it is often possible to meet ghosts are described in all legends and stories in approximately the same way. The ghosts themselves can live in different parts of…

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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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