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Combat walking machines: The secret of iron man

It wasn’t until the middle of the 19th century that combat walking machines made their debut in the pages of…

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Bribed Congolese officials? Court invades top entrepreneur Philippe de Moerloose

Investigators from the Central Office for Combating Corruption (CDBC) have raided six addresses related to top entrepreneur Philippe de Moerloose.…

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Why Circe is the most attractive witch and how she charmed Odysseus

Circe is a Greek mythology enchantress. Circe was renowned for her vast knowledge of potions and herbs. Using these and…

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About the mystical fire mummies of Kabayan

In the Philippines, there are so-called Kabayan fire mummies, which are located in a natural environment and have all their…

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Gibraltar: the last refuge of the Neanderthals

According to extinction studies that highlight geographical distinctions, Gibraltar was a " last refuge" for declining Neanderthal populations.

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What does the pyramid with an eye symbolize?

One of the most perplexing symbols is the pyramid with an eye portrayed on it. It may be found in…

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Heracleion: is the underwater city really the Atlantis

Heracleion was an ancient Egyptian port city located near the Canopic Mouth of the Nile, about 32 km northeast of…

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Snake civilization in antiquity

Perhaps snakes elicit the most paradoxical emotions in us: dread, revulsion, and almost holy reverence… So, why did the snake…

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Is ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Sanakht a giant?

Sanakht is listed as the “third or fourth” Pharaoh of the Third Dynasty of ancient Egypt, and his height was…

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7 strange things that happened at the anomalous Skinwalker Ranch

For 50 years, the Skinwalker Ranch has seen the strangest things, from unusual animals and invisible voices, to huge UFOs…

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Priests of ancient Egypt: Atlanteans in space and time

The priests of ancient Egypt were the main keepers of the sacred secrets, traditions, and culture of Ancient Egypt. They…

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Jeffery Hudson: the story of the court dwarf, who rose from jester to cavalry captain and died in poverty

Jeffery Hudson was the queen's court dwarf. Because of his extreme but well-proportioned smallness, he was known as the "Queen's…

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