MYTHOLOGY


The mythical story and history of Zeus and the Giants

Zeus and his brothers, who, having gained a complete victory over their enemies, began to consider how the world, which they had conquered, should be divided between them. Read More...

What happens to us when we die? Will we recognise ourselves? Will we be re-united with those who have gone before? 

Since the time of the ancient Greeks and Hebrews, people have searched for answers to these questions – and others – about the afterlife. Here, historian Philip Almond investigates.
In his Ecclesiastical History of the English People, the Venerable Bede tells us of King Edwin of Northumbria, in the year AD 627, contemplating acceptance of the Christian faith and discussing it with his friends and counsellors Read More...

The Tree of Life: The source of eternal Life and Blessing
We all know the story of Adam and Eve, but we do not know much about The Tree of Life mentioned in Bible “Genesis 3:22”: Then the Lord God said, “Behold, the man has become like one of Us, to know good and evil. And now, lest he put out his hand and take also of The Tree of Life, and eat, and live forever” Read More...

The horrifying story of Sawney Bean: The cannibal who killed over 1,000 people

The story of Alexander “Sawney” Bean might be real or a greatly exaggerated legend. However, past stories such as this one, true or not, are more interesting, they happened. Sawney was a man from Scotland, famous for killing and eating more than 1,000 people  Read More...

Here are 8 of the most horrific mythological creatures of folklore around the world

Mermaids, unicorns, and fairies have been romanticized through the ages, but what about the Pennsylvanian Squonk? Here is a motley assortment of mythical beasts and beings found in folklore from around the world. From soul-sucking cats to child-thieving shape-shifters, these are the oddballs found in the magical bestiary that haven’t gotten much love. Read More...

The discovery of a 5,000 year old stone raises a big question about the birth of Christianity

Italian researchers have discovered what might be the oldest nativity scene ever found that depicts a star in the east, a newborn between parents and two animals.The scene, painted in reddish-brown ochre, was found on the ceiling of a small cavity in the Egyptian Sahara desert Read More...


About Berserkers: The elite troops of Vikings and other myths

There were few established military institutions in Scandinavia at the start of the Viking Age, circa 800, but a number of such organisations gradually developed as society came increasingly under the rule of a single king. The foremost institution was the retinue, a brotherhood of warriors serving a common master Read More...

A brief history of Witches ( Generally persecuted by the Church following Exodus 22.18, “You shall not allow a asorceress to live.“ )
Witches are everywhere. In fairytales, fantasy and satire, they appear time and again as a versatile synonym for evil. Between 1482 and 1782, thousands of people across Europe were accused of witchcraft and subsequently executed. But why were so many innocent people suspected of such a crime, Read More...

10 Ancient Religions That Are Still Followed Today including: The Church Of Thor And Odin,Zoroastrianism,Tu’er Shen,Pagans Of Russia,followers Of The Greek Gods,Nahua Aztec religion 
The old beliefs have changed. Ancient religions have had to adapt to a new world and, in many cases, barely resemble the faiths that once covered the world. To their followers, though, they still have meaning, and connect them to a part of the world  Read More...
The Salem witchcraft trials that took place in 1692
While nowhere near as famous as the Salem witchcraft trials that took place in 1692, the great Connecticut witchcraft panic, which lasted intermittently from 1647 until 1697, set a precedent in American history. Of course, these trials presaged the later series of events in Salem. Read More...

Top 10 Mysterious Artifacts
Simply put, out-of-place artifacts are objects of historical and archaeological significance discovered out of context, seemingly defying explanation of how they came to be, and potentially challenging conventional history. Read More...

Tales of horrifying bogeymen like Rawhead and Bloody Bones.
For as long as children have been misbehaving, adults have been telling them terrifying stories in a bid to make them tow the line – lest they be stolen away in the night, never to be seen again Read More...

3,000 years old mummy discovered in a tomb in Egypt
This one of the best preserved mummies, it looks like the body of a man who was called Amenrenef a servant of a royal house. This is a colorful wooden sarcophagus. Read More...

Land of The Dead and the Power of Satan in Middle Ages

People in the Middle Ages led certainly lives quite different from ours. But their thinking was so "different" than ours? In many ways, there are undeniable similarities: they had families, society was divided into states (or classes), living the same ambitions for their children as new and evolving into a world of emotions largely similar to ours. Read More...

Six characters who have signed The Contract and sold their soul to the devil
There had always been rumors about people who have sold their soul to the devil, and that especially Christian period, although pact with evil forces existed in all myths and cultures of the world Read More...

The Mysterious Manuscript: Book of Soyga Translated by Archangel Uriel on March 10, 1582

In  1994, two strange manuscripts, with only minor variations, turned up in the British Library and the Bodleian Library. The Book of Soyga, also known as Aldaraia, is a text once thought lost. Read More...

Pankration or fear the Greeks when they are angry ! ( Ancient Martial Arts )
The influence of Greek culture on the entire human civilization is huge and hardly needs any introduction. Mathematics, physics, philosophy, biology, history, navigation, medicine, drama, are just some of the areas not imaginable Read More...
The truth about Thermopylae and the 300 Spartans who accompanied King Leonidas to the Gates of Fire
The story of King Leonidas and the Spartan 300 warriors who accompanied him to the Gates of Fire (that is, in fact, Thermopylae) has fascinated generations of people from all over the world
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How old is the Bible? We include Christianity, Judaism, Islam and other religious movements such as the Rastafari
Some of the collections of texts that make up the Bible are considered sacred by 54% of world population believe in the Abrahamic religions.in many ways, but the most ancient biblical stories underlying the Abrahamic religions traditions. Read More...


A mysterious tomb was discovered in Greece. '' We do not know who is buried inside ''
An ancient tomb found in northern Greece is probably a monument to Hephaestion Alexander's companion, archaeologists announced, cited by AFP."Suppose it's a funerary shrine dedicated to Hephaestion," said the press Katerina Peristeri. Read More...

Shocking discovery on the Mountain of Zeus. Could confirm the darkest legend of antiquity
Scientia potentia est: Shocking discovery on the Mountain of Zeus. Could confirm the darkest legend of antiquity Read More...

The Divine Power That Is in the Believer
In Matthew 13:11, Jesus told the disciples, "To you it has been granted to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to [the crowd] it has not been granted." As followers of Christ, we, too, have the privilege to know all of the truths God has chosen to reveal in Scripture. Do you ever have the sense that they have managed to solve the mystery of how to rejoice in suffering, conquer sin, forgive the unforgivable, or live a life of love in ways you haven't yet discovered? Read More...

Babylonian Mythology Gods
Most records of Babylonian myths date from 700 B.C., when they were transcribed in cuneiform on clay tablets and stored in the library of the Assyrian King Ashurbanipal at Nineveh. However, the two major Babylonian epics probably originated around 2000 B.C Read More...
The Celtic Myths: A Guide to the Ancient Gods and Legends
Tales of monsters, Gods, spells and love affairs: Celtic myths reflected the social thinking and traditions of pre-Roman Celts of Britain, Ireland and Europe. Spread by travelling poets and storytellers who plied their trade from village to village, the myths came into being partly to explain Read More...





Frightful mysteries of mummies were untied Mummification was practiced in Egypt for more than 3,000 years, and the practice was changed in different times and places. In the past, we have looked at one, two mummies and we get a conclusion, but now we have much more technology nondestructive and a wealth of medical information . Read More...

The legends have inspired the imagination of people for thousands of years. Although many of them are simple stories passed down from generation to generation, some might be real story of geological events, believed Patrick Nunn of the University of the Sunshine Coast of Australia. Read More...





It is said that those who do not know history are doomed to repeat it. Meanwhile, any historian will tell you that the past, often, is something that you did not want to relive it. Yet history, as we know it today abounds with myths and false personalities who have almost nothing in common with records or deeds attributed to them Read More...

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