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19thC Vampire-slaying kit for sale

19thC Vampire-slaying kit for sale

Via Daily Mail A vampire slaying kit complete with guns, axes, wooden stakes and crucifixes is among hundreds of creepy items up for sale in a New Jersey auction. The 19th century kit, which has been constructed inside a wooden coffin, has been given a starting bid of $5,000 at the ‘Danse Macabre’ (dance of death) sale in Closter later this month. In […]

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The Sacred Sex and Death Rites of the Ancient Mystery Groves

The Sacred Sex and Death Rites of the Ancient Mystery Groves

Via Ancient-Origins In most of the civilised world, at least as far back as 5,000 years ago, there were women shamans or priestesses who represented the godhead in sacred sex rites and, in ancient Greece, they were known as hierodules. A hierodule would have skills similar to the shaman in that she could journey, in trance, into other dimensions, and […]

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Scientists Demonstrate Remarkable Evidence of Dream Telepathy Between People

Scientists Demonstrate Remarkable Evidence of Dream Telepathy Between People

By Arjun Walia, Collective Evolution/Via Humans Are Free Dream telepathy suggests that human beings have the ability to communicate telepathically with another person while they are dreaming.  This isn’t a new concept, scientific interest in telepathy dates back to the fathers of the psychoanalytic movement. Freud, for example, considered telepathy and the implications of it with regards to psychoanalytic thought. […]

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How Psychologists Officially Handle Spiritual Matters

How Psychologists Officially Handle Spiritual Matters

By Tara MacIsaac, Epoch Times Whether someone is crazy or not can be officially determined by a manual widely used to diagnose mental illness. This psychiatrists’ “Bible” has been the subject of much debate over the years, and long before it was written philosophers pondered the how to differentiate truth from delusion. If psychologists were to all take the extreme materialist perspective […]

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Thuggees – the Cult Assassins of India

Thuggees – the Cult Assassins of India

Via Ancient-Origins Thuggees, a Sanskrit word meaning concealment, were an organized gang of professional assassins – sometimes described as the world’s first mafia – who operated from the 13th to the 19th centuries in India.  Members of the fanatical religious group, who were infamous for their ritualistic assassinations carried out in the name of the Hindu Goddess Kali, were known […]

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Do We Know The True Three Secrets Of Fatima?

Do We Know The True Three Secrets Of Fatima?

By Mike Perry/67 NotOut By ‘chance’ I noticed some synchronicity regarding the Three Secrets of Fatimaand the date of May 13th. This was the date of the first apparitions; the day Pope Pius XII was ordained; Pope Paul VI flew to Fatima on May 13, 1967; and on May 13, 1981 Pope Paul was wounded by a Turkish terrorist in […]

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Is There Such A Thing As Time?

Is There Such A Thing As Time?

By Mike Perry/67Not Out Is there such a thing as time? Most likely we’d answer that there must be, because we can watch it tick by on our clocks, but this may not be proof that it exists. Time is the duration between events, we measure it astronomically with reference to the sun or stars. If, however, nothing moved and there […]

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Did Ancient People Really Have Lifespans Longer Than 200 Years?

Did Ancient People Really Have Lifespans Longer Than 200 Years?

By Tara MacIsaac, Epoch Times/Via Ancient-Origins It isn’t only biblical figures who lived to well-seasoned ages of 900 years or more. Ancient texts from many cultures have listed life spans most modern people find simply and literally unbelievable. Some say it’s due to misunderstandings in the translation process, or that the numbers have symbolic meaning—but against the many explanations are also […]

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Angels in the classroom

Angels in the classroom

By Lon Strickler/Astral Perceptions In light of the recent horrific incident in Newtown, Connecticut, the following past post may bring some solace to those who believe in miracles and a divine spirit: Some places and dates are branded by disaster, by the stories of one horrible day that no one can forget: 9/11, Oklahoma City, Columbine. What sets this horrible […]

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The Bizarre Beast of Bandai

The Bizarre Beast of Bandai

By Brent Swancer/Mysterious Universe Some strange mysteries are hard to really categorize. There are cases of mysterious creatures or apparitions where it is difficult to discern if you are looking at a mystery animal, a ghost, a phantom, an alien, or all of the above. Certainly counted among these is the curious case of a quiet mountain hamlet on Japan’s […]

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