Thunderstone Phenomena

This account appeared in the March 14, 1912, issue of the august British scientific journal Nature: “During a heavy thunderstorm which en...
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Cthulhu the Bat-Winged Squid God Cthulhu the Bat-Winged Squid God Reviewed by Tripzibit on 07:23 Rating: 5
Phantom Hitchhiker of Route 44 Phantom Hitchhiker of Route 44 Reviewed by Tripzibit on 22:39 Rating: 5

Coso Geode

In February 1961, three rock hunters, Wallace Lane, Virginia Maxey and Mike Mikesell found what appeared to be a fossil-encrusted geode nea...
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Coso Geode Coso Geode Reviewed by Tripzibit on 19:37 Rating: 5

Baltic Sea Mystery

Since its discovery at the bottom of the Baltic Sea in 2011, the anomaly has fascinated observers. Theories have ranged over its purpose si...
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Baltic Sea Mystery Baltic Sea Mystery Reviewed by Tripzibit on 16:59 Rating: 5

Prajnaparamita Sutra

There is an image comes from the 10th Century Tibetan translation of the Sanskrit text "Prajnaparamita Sutra", held at a Japanese...
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Prajnaparamita Sutra Prajnaparamita Sutra Reviewed by Tripzibit on 19:09 Rating: 5

Taprobane

One of the most influential books to appear in the fourteenth century was ostensibly written by Sir John Mandeville, who compiled an accoun...
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Taprobane Taprobane Reviewed by Tripzibit on 15:28 Rating: 5

Harry the Haunted Head

The Museum of Witchcraft at Boscastle in Cornwall has become something of a national treasure to the Pagan and alternative communities not ...
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Harry the Haunted Head Harry the Haunted Head Reviewed by Tripzibit on 16:04 Rating: 5

Lost City of Tartessus

Adolph Schulten, a German archaeologist thought that Tartessus (Tartessos) was the historical Atlantis and set about searching for the rui...
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Lost City of Tartessus Lost City of Tartessus Reviewed by Tripzibit on 16:50 Rating: 5
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