Monthly Archives: January 2013

With 51,000 casualties, Gettysburg was the site of the Civil War’s bloodiest battle. Reports of ghostly soldiers are common here, especially at Devil’s Den, a boulder-strewn hill that was used by artillery and infantry. The most common sighting is that of a barefoot ghost wearing a floppy hat who is known as […]

Devil’s Den, Gettysburg National Battlefield

Alberobello, whose population is about 11,000, dates to at least the mid-14th century when it was colonized by the Count of Conversano. The town’s distinguishing feature is its trulli, cone-shaped dwellings made from limestone. In this prehistoric construction technique, structures are built from interlocking rocks without the use of mortar. […]

Alberobello, Italy

David Latimer first planted his bottle garden in 1960 and last watered it in 1972 before tightly sealing it shut ‘as an experiment’ The hardy spiderworts plant inside has grown to fill the 10-gallon container by surviving entirely on recycled air, nutrients and water Gardeners’ Question Time expert says it […]

Thriving since 1960, my garden in a bottle: Seedling sealed ...

If you’re one of those people who likes to ponder things while looking out a frosty window on a cold winter day, these pictures will clear up one of those long standing wonders: each snowflake really IS unique. Some look like roman columns, others circuit boards or spaceships. Taken under high magnification […]


A sprawling Native American metropolis which lay hidden beneath a modern city for a millennium has been uncovered.                                                               Click on […]

The lost city of Cahokia: Archaeologists uncover Native Americans’ sprawling ...

If scientists are correct, jellyfish may hold the key to immortality. That’s the premise of a New York Times Magazine article that examines a species of jellyfish (appropriately) nicknamed the “immortal jellyfish.” Known officially as Turritopsis nutricula (and sometimes as Turritopsis dohrnii), the minute creature has the ability to transform […]

Can a Jellyfish Unlock the Secret of Immortality?

In Mali, West Africa, lives a tribe of people called the Dogon. The Dogon are believed to be of Egyptian decent and their astronomical lore goes back thousands of years to 3200 BC. According to their traditions, the star Sirius has a companion star which is invisible to the human […]

The Sky Gods from Sirius in Pre-Christian Africa

Research by  Klaus Dona A very interesting artifact found in  Ecuador is the so-called Pyramid with the Eye. The stone is grey and white and you have thirteen steps,The eye is an inlay. It looks exactly like the Pyramid with the Shining Eye on the One US Dollar. If you put […]

All seeing eye pyramid carved on ancient rock from Ecuador

Trakiyskoto sanctuary Eagle Rocks is located in the Eastern Rhodopes , about 3 km. south of Ardino and 30 km. west of Kardzhali. This monument of the ancient Thracian culture is unique for Bulgaria and is one of the emblematic places, revealing part of the life of the rock people. […]

Eagle Rocks Sanctuary – a monument of ancient culture