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The question of survival beyond death has plagued mankind even before we were mankind. There is archeological evidence that Neanderthals buried their dead with flowers, and personal effects, uniformly organized. This indicates at least some belief in a life...
The year 270 AD was not a good time for Christians. The Roman Empire was in very bad health, and a lot of the blame was assigned to the Christian faith. A succession of many short-lived Emperors kept Christians...
I am certain that nobody would argue with me that protecting our children is one of the most important duties we will ever have. They are our future. And, if you believe all the information coming from government sources,...
I have to admit to a lifelong fascination with cryptozoology, and other paranormal phenomena. It has been a hobby of mine since I learned to read. I belong to several Cryptozoological Organizations, and have been on many investigations. I...
Biblical records are so contradictory, and archeological evidence so sparse that it is next to impossible to be certain exactly when Jesus was born. In fact, it is not even certain where Jesus was born. Luke mentions in his Gospel...

Is ESP For Real?

Ever since the beginning of recorded history, there seems to have been a belief in Extra Sensory Perception, or ESP. ESP is normally defined as the reception of information through a means other than the five normal senses; hearing,...
What Killed the Dinosaurs? It is an indisputable fact that dinosaurs disappeared from the fossil record around 66 million years ago. On a geological scale, it happened very quickly, probably within 30,000 years. Although there are occasional claims of surviving...
Few relics provoke more passion than the Shroud Of Turin. Lovingly cared for and stored by the Roman Catholic church in the Cathedral of St. John at Turin, the 14-1/2 x 3-1/2 foot linen cloth is claimed to be...
It is the most fearsome boogeyman of our time. It has the power to exterminate all human life, and to transform our vibrant Mother Earth into just another desolate, lifeless rock hurtling around a nameless star in a dark...
Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia was the daughter of Czar Nicholas II, the last sovereign of Imperial Russia. Her mother was Alexandra Fyodorovna. She had three sisters and a brother, Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Alexei. Anastasia was born...

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