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 such cycle falls on August 13, 3113 AD, and the end, respectively, on December 23, 2012. In my opinion, some researchers irresponsibly provided the advantage of such a rhythm of time compared to other cycles. The same Maya had a different cycle, which began in 3154 BC. and had a duration of 8,000 years. 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 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
Demonic White House Cat
The most terrible ghost of the White House in Washington is not considered to be the ghost of Lincoln or Jackson, but a ghost known as the Demon Cat, sometimes called simply DC. This incredible creature is immeasurably closer in its behavior to hellish forces than to ordinary ghosts.
Dwells otherworldly beast in the basement of the White House and in a room known as a crypt. Anyone who came across it claimed that it was a black creature with burning red eyes, which appears first as a cute black kitten, and then suddenly grows to enormous size, turning into an evil creature. Continue reading