Nabta Playa Megalithic Stone Nabta Playa Megalithic Stone Reviewed by Tripzibit on 07:14 Rating: 5

Black Dahlia Murder Case

Elizabeth Short was born on July 29, 1924 in Hyde Park, Massachusetts to parents Cleo and Phoebe Short. She acquired the nickname Black Dahl...
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Black Dahlia Murder Case Black Dahlia Murder Case Reviewed by Tripzibit on 07:39 Rating: 5


Radioesthesia is a scientific name for dowsing, is the interaction of the mind of the dowser and the energy of the object of interest. Mo...
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Radioesthesia Radioesthesia Reviewed by Tripzibit on 05:50 Rating: 5

The Sleeping Prophet

Born in Kentucky 1877, Edgar Cayce was known as “the Sleeping Prophet,” because he uttered predictions and medical cures while in a deep t...
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The Sleeping Prophet The Sleeping Prophet Reviewed by Tripzibit on 07:22 Rating: 5


Unicorn is a horselike animal with a single horn (from Latin unus 'one' and cornu 'horn'). Unicorn legends have a long and ...
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Unicorn Unicorn Reviewed by Tripzibit on 08:14 Rating: 5

Leap Castle

According to the legends, Leap Castle was built in the late 15th century on a Druidic site by the O'Bannon family and originally called...
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Leap Castle Leap Castle Reviewed by Tripzibit on 07:31 Rating: 5
Derinkuyu : Ancient Underground City Derinkuyu : Ancient Underground City Reviewed by Tripzibit on 08:34 Rating: 5

John Dee

John Dee was one of the pre-eminent figures of Elizabethan England, Dee’s reputation became tarnished through his involvement with Edward K...
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John Dee John Dee Reviewed by Tripzibit on 16:52 Rating: 5
Underwater Temple of Lake Titicaca Underwater Temple of Lake Titicaca Reviewed by Tripzibit on 07:30 Rating: 5
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