Dáinsleif – King Högni's sword that gave wounds that never healed and could not be unsheathed without killing a man.
Excalibur, in Arthurian legend, King Arthur's sword. As a boy, Arthur alone was able to draw the sword out of a stone in which it had been magically fixed.
Archaeologist Joel Klenck Announces Finding of Writing from an Ancient Time, Noah's Ark Codex, at a Late Epipaleolithic Site (13,100 and 9,600 BC).
Archaeologists have discovered the first material evidence of the existence of the Tower of Babel.
Agartha is the incredible land where the ancient Aryans came for enlightenment and where they received their knowledge and inner wisdom.
A Minotaur (half-man, half-bull) is surely familiar, but what about a Quinotaur? There was a “beast of Neptune” in early Frankish history who was reported to resemble a Quinotaur. This…
An individual’s “absolute limit” on life expectancy, according to a study published in Nature, lies somewhere between 120 and 150 years. The Bowhead whale has the longest life expectancy of…
For almost a hundred years, archaeologists have been trying to piece together fragments to this 3,000-year-old document written on a papyrus stem. The Egyptian document enumerates all the Egyptian kings and when they ruled. It revealed something that shocked the historians' society to its core.
In Greek mythology, Narcissus was a hunter from Thespiae in Boeotia (alternatively Mimas or modern day Karaburun, Izmir) who was known for his alluring beauty.
Xolotl was a deity linked with Quetzalcoatl, one of the most prominent gods in the Aztec pantheon, according to Aztec mythology. In reality, Xolotl was thought to be Quetzalcoatl’s twin…