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The Prophecies of Baba Vanga (The Bulgarian Nostradamus)


Baba Vanga was a blind Bulgarian woman, known as the Bulgarian Nostradamus. She died in 1996 but is credited to have predicted many of the major global shocks during her life, such as the Chernobyl disaster, the exact date of the beginning of the Afghan war and the collapse of the twin towers in New York, the tsunami of 2004, and the war in Syria. And now, another one of her omen seems to begin to unfold: according Baba Vanga, 2016 would be the year that “Muslims will invade Europe”
Find out her predictions for the years to come … Truth, or Myth?

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The Story of The Loch Ness Monster


81 years ago Colonel Robert Wilson made a grainy black and white photo of a shape that resembled a prehistoric creature that was emerging from the icy waters of Loch Ness. The photo was published in the Daily Mail and since then the sightings of Nessie, perhaps the most famous monster in the world, became almost impossible to keep up.
Up to the present day, people are still searching for “Nessie” and even Google has joined the search.

Will they find “Nessie” or is “Nessie” just another legend?

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The Blood Moon Prophecy


The first Blood Moon eclipse in a series of four happened on the night of April 14-15, 2014. The second one took place on the night of October 7-8, 2014. The third one today April 4, 2015 and visible to North American skywatchers. The fourth one will be on September 28, 2015.
A series of four total lunar eclipses is called a tetrad.

There are a total of 8 tetrads in the 21st century (2001 to 2100). Proponents of the Biblical Blood Moon Prophecy regard the ongoing tetrad as especially significant because it coincides with two important Jewish holidays: The April 2014 and April 2015 total lunar eclipses align with the feast of Passover. The October 2014 and September 2015 total lunar eclipses align with the feast of Tabernacles.

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Giants: Truth or Myth? – News Articles about Giants published in the 1800’s and early 1900’s


According the square-cube law it’s physically impossible that humanoids of the size represented by the claimed discoveries of the Giant bones could ever have existed. Though since the late 1800’s there have been countless newspaper articles reporting discoveries of giant human remains being found all over the world.
Is there any credit to these claims or are the existence of giants in history just a myth?

The Legend of the Yogi Man (Orang Malu) also known as "The Weeping Buddha" or "Shy Man Buddha". If you view the Yogi Man from the front, look closely and you will discover his smiling face; the head is the nose, the hands are his teeth and the ears are his eyes.

The Legend of the Yogi Man (Orang Malu) also known as “The Weeping Buddha” or “Shy Man Buddha”


The legend is said to be from the old country of Java. It is about a man, so ashamed by the choices of the human race, that he chooses a life of meditation in order to reach out to others as a teacher. As a humble and reserved man, his sacrifice was his offering.

There is more than one version about its origin and meaning though, varying from Java to Bali, Indonesia.

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The Mysterious Legend of Shambhala


For thousands of years, there is a rumor circulating that somewhere in Tibet, among the snowy Himalayan peaks and secluded valleys, there is an untouched paradise, a kingdom where peace and universal policy that is indescribable. A kingdom called Shambhala. James Hilton wrote about this mystical city in 1933 in his book “Lost Horizon“. Hollywood and raised…