Ancient Russian shrines
Externally, the sanctuary looked like a real fortress on the high Bank of the Desna: a deep moat, a high horseshoe-shaped rampart and wooden walls (fence?) on the upper edge…

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The fantastic worlds of Jules Verne
106 years ago, on March 24, 1905, the great writer and passionate traveler, the founder of the genre of science fiction, Jules Verne, died. The writer lived in the past…

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Mystical cities
Mysticism is the name given to any phenomenon or event that cannot be explained. However, there is still an incredible number of mystical places on the planet that have manifested…

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The Myths Of Atlantis

Divine Atlantis! Beautiful are your mountains and valleys, the voices of your nymphs.

Virgin are your dances, white fonts. Here the all-perfect goddesses bathe, hiding from mortals the mysterious beauty of the celestials, who are blissfully rejoicing in the Kingdom of kingdoms.

Here, on the Solar Throne, sits Hera, Queen of Theogamy. The pinnacle of wisdom of the Atlantic white elders.

Staritsa (in direct translation) Hera-the fat mountain, the Lord’s mountain, the House of God’s mountain, the Blessed mountain. Still an unattainable peak on the way to the Atlantic Olympus to the Christian Kingdom. Continue reading

The curse of the Templars

 The fires of the Inquisition are kindled in the cities. But now they are not burned for heretics and Gentiles, witches and wizards. And for the Christian knights, the Templars who guarded the pilgrims in the middle East. 7 centuries ago, on may 12, 1311, the Inquisition publicly executed 54 prominent members of the Templar Order. Soon there will be nothing left of the order. The assassins of the knights will appropriate their wealth, but it will not bring them happiness. All of them will suffer the curse of the Templars-the words of the last master of the order, Jacques de Molay, uttered by him right at the stake.

It all started out romantic. After the capture of Jerusalem in 1099, the participants of the First crusade returned to the West, so the new States of the crusaders and pilgrims coming to the Holy land had no one to protect them. Continue reading

Mystery and fantasy in an unusual paintings by Alexandra Modeller

The gallery of strange creatures, embodied fears and sinful desires in the paintings of Alexandra Bodeller will easily take you to the farthest borders of fantasy. Each canvas is a window to the Other, where everything is decided only by imagination. Beautiful, strange and unusual paintings by the Saint Petersburg artist open the door to the alluring world of the supernatural.

Demons and monsters, unearthly landscapes – all fantastic, but elusively familiar. Most artists avoid anything related to modern mass culture. Alexandra does not follow prejudices, and very organically takes the best out of her. In the anatomy of demons, you can recognize the hyped “chitinous” style, and the elements of clothing are made in the tradition of modern fantasy (with a light feed of J. R. R. Tolkien).R. R. Continue reading

Who is hiding the truth about UFOs?
In 1980, the international organization of ufologists ICUFON published a Memorandum justifying the need to create a world Agency for space Affairs to perform the following tasks: to carry out…

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Magnet healing: how pseudo science helped to discover hypnosis
During his lifetime, Franz Mesmer was an extraordinary figure: some considered him a brilliant scientist and discoverer of the so-called" animal magnetism", others were sure that he was nothing more…

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10 unverified claims of the eccentric mystic and the most famous marginalist of the XX century Aleister Crowley
Someone calls Aleister Crowley a philosopher and occultist, someone a great black magician, a follower of Edgar PoE and a predecessor of Burroughs. But the fact remains that without this…

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Atlantis, what is Plato's mistake? Where to find the remains of the Atlantean civilization?
Since the time of the ancient Greeks, this mystery has been haunting mystery lovers. The eternal question is already two and a half thousand years old. The first to write…

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