Paititi, the Inca golden city

It's not the plot of the last Indiana Jones movie, but the story of the city of Paititi, the golden city that an Inca legend, disclosed by the archaeologist Oscar Nunez del...

The Badlands Guardian

The Badlands’ Guardian is near Medicine Hat in the south-east of Alberta and not far from the border with the USA. The location of the geological wonder is very remote, in an...

Cynocephali: the Dog-Headed People

Back in the fifth century, a physician named Ctesias wrote about the existence of these creatures in India. They were also talked about by the ancient Libyans as well. Generally,...

Pharaoh Akhenaten was a hybrid of aliens?

Amenhotep IV i.e. Akhenaten, presumed father of Tutankhamun (perhaps from the second bride, the favorite, Kiya, in turn, repudiated from the pharaoh a year before Nefertiti) is one of the most important...

‘Elixir of Immortality’ found in Ancient Chinese Tomb

According to the archaeologists, the strange yellowish liquid uncovered during excavations in central China's Henan Province late last year is an ancient 'elixir of immortality', once thought in centuries past to bestow...

7 Most Bizarre Rituals on the Planet

Baby Tossing Ritual In some places in rural India, there is a 700-year-old ritual in which babies are thrown off 30-foot tall shrines. Families throw their newborns believing...

“Why would extraterrestrials contact me?” Tesla wondered!

Tesla heard three beats in sequence and it didn’t make any sense, and the more he reflected on them the more he became convinced that these signals must have originated somewhere in...

The Gate of the Gods

In the mountains of Peru stands a gateway shrouded in mystery and attributed with capabilities of mythic proportions. Many ancient sites on Earth are believed to hold special powers and emit unique...

Using AI to uncover the mystery of Voynich manuscript

The mysterious text in the 15th-century Voynich manuscript has plagued historians and cryptographers since its discovery in the 19th century. Recently, U of A computing science professor Greg Kondrak, an expert in...

Archaeologists find something truly bizarre in an isolated Medieval Graveyard

The discovery, made on the small island of Chapelle Dom Hue off the coast of Guernsey, revealed the ancient remains of a medieval porpoise buried in the earth, and researchers are at...

Tunguska Event: the explosion still remains a mystery

On 30 June 1908, an explosion ripped through the air above a remote forest in Siberia, near the Podkamennaya Tunguska river. As witnesses said," A fireball streaked across the...

The mysterious Krishna’s Butterball

It is also known as 'Vaan Irai Kal' and 'Krishna's Gigantic Butterball'. The boulder is approximately 6 meters high and 5 meters wide and weighs around 250 tons.