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Celtic Mythology - The Tree of Life and Other symbols we see every day

Celtic Mythology nowadays is mostly associated with the Irish and Ireland, who are believed to be descendants of the Celts

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10 Hidden characters in Disney Movies you didn't notice

Since 1937, Disney Studios have produced 54 full length feature movies. Through the animated movies, Walt Disney has introduced hundreds of characters, some minor, and some major. But what makes Walt ...

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The Winchester Mystery House – One of the most peculiar homes in the world

A spooky true story that would make a great horror movie!

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The Unknown Man E - The most mysterious mummy in the world

The mummy of the Mysterious Man E was wrapped in sheepskin (material not used for ritual burials in Ancient Egypt), there was no incision on the left abdomen, the mummy still had his organs such as br...

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The truth about GMO food - Top 7 frequently asked questions

At the moment, there are at least 35 varieties of genetically engineered crops in the world today. All of them are registered with FDA and other organizations

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Five Fascinating Facts about Victor Hugo - One of the greatest writers of all time

Hugo died on May 22, 1885, and this year, it marks 130 years anniversary of his death

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The Voynich Manuscript - Can the book ever be decoded?

While the structure of the words follows some modern principles and laws, it is still impossible for code breakers to decode it

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Stu Ungar Story - The Champ Who Was and Could Have Been

One-of-a-kind high roller

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​  Can dogs commit suicide? The Overtoun Bridge is a proof they can

There is no clear number how many dogs have leaped from the parapet fall and onto the waterfalls below the bridge

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Cecilia Payne - The woman who discovered what the Sun was made of, but never given credit

Back when scientists believe that the Sun is made out of heavy elements, a 25 year old student wrote a briliant and revolutionary doctor's dissertation proving everone wrong

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Lise Meitner - The forgotten woman who should have won Nobel Prize

Many believe Meitner was robbed of a Nobel Prize, as the award was given to her colleague Otto Hahn, one of the other scientists, physicist and chemists working on the project of nuclear fission

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Jack the Ripper – All the victims and theories

A man that called himself “Jack the Ripper” terrorized the Whitechapel disctir in London from August 7 to September 10 in 1888

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​  King John's Lost treasure - will it ever be found?

The estimated value of the treasure is $70,000,000. The treasure contains crown jewels, silver plates, gold goblets, the sword of Tristram, golden wand with a dove and many, many gold coins

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Aluminum wedge of aiud - Alien artifact or just unsolved mystery?

​The Aluminum wedge of Aiud is also known as the Object of Auid, and is one of the most mysterious and controversial objects of our time. According to some articles, it was found in 1973 in Romania,...

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Flight MH370 conspiracy theories - what happened to the plane?

​One year and one month have passed, and there are still no signs of the Flight MH370 plane. The Malaysian plane is nowhere to be found, and all that is left are conspiracy theories

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Hitler's lost testicle, death and all other controversies linked with the Fuhrer

​An individual such as Hitler, with his magnitude and power is always bound to conspiracy theories and myths

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Seven Famous Faberge Eggs

There were 54 eggs crafted in total, each unique and special in its own way. Of those 54, seven are considered lost as their trace is lost

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​The Best Poker Player in the World

Documentaries about Amarillo Slim

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HAARP - Weapon or a Weather Research program?

Since the HAARP program started, it was followed by numerous conspiracy theories. We try to delve into what is HAARP and its potential as a weapon

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Jim Jones - The humanitarian who killed 900 people and poisoned 300 children

The 45 year old Jones received the Humanitarian of the Year Award in 1976, and two years later, he organizes a mass murder and poisons almost one thousand people

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Illuminati - The Initiation process explained

Modern conspiracies suggest that the world, and its most powerful leaders are actually under the control of the Illuminati

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Idi Amin - the road from a Boxing champion to a dictatorship

His rule of Uganda, from 1971 to 1979 was characterized by political repression, abuses of human rights, killings, nepotism, corruption, ethnic persecution and much more. As a result of his regime, an...

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Paranormal Phenomena

Is it real?

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Who is Margaret Sanger – The woman set to be on the $20 bill?

Sanger is the woman responsible for the terms “birth control”, “planned parenthood” and much more

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Nazis and the Occult Conspiracy

The occult conspiracy gains ground in 1960s, or after the Second World War, when multiple scientists, researchers and writers try to delve into the subject.

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Pyramids of Giza - One of the most mysterious places in the world

The Pyramids of Giza were built to endure an eternity, and the tombs have done just that

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New Thought Movement - can your really heal with the mind?

There are variety of beliefs, views and styles within the movement, but they are all linked with one idea, that your mind, and your faith and belief can help you heal diseases

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Five HIV/Aids conspiracy theories

And as is the case with many other viruses, there are countless of conspiracy theories about the origin of the virus. People always talk, but in the case of HIV/AIDS, an argument can be made for some ...

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Discover the secrets of Machu Picchu

In 1911, the explorer Hiram Bingham was actually looking for the city of Vilcabamba, a hidden capitol in which the Inca escaped during the Spanish Conquest. In time, the city of Vilcabamba became the ...

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The Bermuda Triangle

Theories about one of the greatest mysteries

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The Visitors From The Future

Time Travelling and Parallel Dimensions

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Good Or Bad?

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All the theories surrounding the mystery of the Airbus A320 plane crash

Just days after the plane crash, the black box of the plane revealed the cause of the crush. The co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately closed the cockpit, locked himself in, and crashed the plane

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How the Computer shaped our world, from Man of the Year by Time in 1982 to must have in 2015

On January 3, 1983, TIME magazine issued a publication that has forever changed the world. In 21 pages, TIME covered the Personal Computer, a machine that the magazine has chosen to be Man of the Year...

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Pamukkale in Turkey is one of the most mysterious and healthiest places in the world

Deep in the earth beneath the anticent city of Hierapolis lies a vast source of water that is heated by volcanic lava

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​The Giant Eye of Africa in Mauritania - Mystery viewed from space

Because of its size, the Giant Eye is considered a landmark so big, that early space missions used it to navigate. Early space missions used the Richat Structure as a landmark, and nowadays, the place...

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Phil Schneider - the man behind The Alien Agenda

Phil believed that there are seven benevolent alien species currently living on Earth and four evil species. The theory further suggests that the US Government has signed four treaties with the Aliens...

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The Antichrist Explained

Christians and Catholics believe that when the Antichrist comes to Earth, Jesus the Messiah will come back to face him, as the Antichrist is believed to be a false messiah

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The Six Day War - Did The Soviet Union want to attack Israel?

In almost any history book, the Six Day War is described as a war between Israel on one side, and the joined forces of Jordan, Egypt and Syria on the other hand

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Will we live to see Antoni Gaudi's masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia?

In 2013, the currently architect, Jordi Fauli, said that 65% of the monumental building are finished. His prognosis was that the Sagrada Familia will be finished in 2026. Provided that the building is...

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Interesting Facts

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Left Handed

Myths and Facts

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Feng Shui

How To Arrange Your Home

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Documentaries in 2015

Released and Upcoming

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Saint Patrick`s Day

What Are We Celebrating?

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The True Identity Of Mona Lisa

Who is the most famous character in art?

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Tobacco Cancer Treatment

What is it and how does it work?

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Are Books Becoming Obsolete?

Are books a thing of the past?

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Is It Good For You?

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The Crusades

War for God or for Gain

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