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Lightning Strikes Acropolis
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Lightning Strikes Acropolis

Wrath of Zeus as Lightning strikes Acropolis? Let’s hope not. Acropolis is one of the most sacred places of the World, where Parthenon stands still for about 2500 years. The jewel of the Ancient World and a supreme expression of the adaptation of architecture to a natural site. It is also part of UNESCO’s World… Keep Reading

Merlin Manuscript found in Bristol University library
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Merlin Manuscript found in Bristol University library

Middle Ages manuscript about Merlin and king Arthur has been discovered in Bristol University’s library. These important fragments of an old manuscript from the middle Ages, tell a slightly different story about Merlin the Mage, king Arthur and the Holy Grail.  A librarian from the Special Collections of Bristol University, discovered seven hand-written fragments – dating… Keep Reading

Iceland's first pagan temple in 1000 years
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Norse Gods are back: Pagan Religion is once again officially recognized in Iceland

It was in 2010 when the Northern island state of Iceland hit the headlines after the eruption of a volcano that wreaked havoc on European aviation. Along with the awe of the powerful natural incident, it was also the very name of the volcano that fascinated the public: Eyjafjallajökull! The almost unpronounceable long name of… Keep Reading

The University of Zambia now offers courses on Witchcraft!
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The University of Zambia now offers courses on Witchcraft!

According to UNESCO, a number of traditions or customs across the world belong to the so-called Intangible Cultural Heritage. This means that along with masterpieces of world’s architecture, places of significance or archaeological sites, there is equally a number of cultural practices such as music, oral poetry, rituals or performing arts, which UNESCO strives to… Keep Reading

Grey hair is an honor. Embrace it!
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Grey hair is an honor. Embrace it!

For many women grey hair is a sign of ageing that they have to combat. Sites offer several tips to avoid the uninvited grey shades upon their scalp, while supplements, such as the  Seven Seas Perfect7 may help to reverse what it seems as an inevitable change on the appearance. Needless to say of course… Keep Reading

U.S. Soldier, worshipper of Thor gets allowance to keep his beard
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U.S. Soldier, worshipper of Thor gets allowance to keep his beard

All of you should know Thor, the hammer-wielding god of the Germanic mythology. The versions of is name, e.g.  Old Norse Þórr (ᚦᚢᚱ), Old English ðunor, Old High German Donar, Old Saxon thunar, and Old Frisian thuner are cognates within the Germanic language branch. These descend from the Proto-Germanic masculine noun *þunraz ‘thunder’. The day… Keep Reading

Saharan dust turns Greece into Mars
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Saharan dust turns Greece into Mars

Do you know the Greek island of Crete? Most of you definitely do. Those who don’t should better check it on a map. Crete is a beloved tourist destination for millions of tourists from the whole world. The site Visit Greece advertises Crete with this plain caption: Crete simply has it all! Crete is the… Keep Reading

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