Posts Tagged ‘legendary’

Baku: The Legendary Dream Eating Monster of Japanese Mythology

The Baku, otherwise known as the dream eater, is a mythological being or spirit in Chinese and Japanese folklore which is said to devour nightmares.  Read more Section:  News Myths & Legends Asia Read Later  Source

Legendary Christian Martyrs Chrysanthus and Daria Proved To Be Real

Legend has it that the now Christian saints Chrysanthus and Daria, who lived in the third century AD, converted thousands of fellow Romans to the Christian faith. This resulted in their arrest and attempted torture by Roman  Read more Section:  News Ancient Places Europe History Famous People Read Later 

Karnak Obelisk Built for Legendary Queen Hatshepsut Re-erected in Egypt

Next to a sacred lake near the Karnak Temple in Luxor, Egypt, archaeologists and engineers have re-erected a fully restored Karnak obelisk that was originally constructed and raised in 1457 BC, in honor of the New Kingdom ruler Queen Hatshepsut. The bottom two thirds of the resurrected pink granite Karnak obelisk were never found after […]

CDC’s Legendary Chief Virus Investigator Found Dead

Sherif Zaki, one of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) leading virus investigators, has been found dead, according to reports. Zaki was the CDC’s chief infectious disease detective who helped identify the Covid-19, Ebola, West Nile and Zika viruses. According to friends and family, he “died suddenly and unexpectedly” Statnews.com reports: A native […]

Five Post Holes Reveal Legendary Japanese Empress’s Royal Pavilion.

A team of Japanese archaeologists have discovered what they consider to be the remains of is the legendary Tokaden royal pavilion. Until the early 8th century the Japanese court was peripatetic, meaning it moved from place to place. In the mid-9th century, increasing populations and subsequent imperial bureaucracy, required the building of the first centralized […]

Legendary Locks: Can Hair Act as a Sixth Sense, Protecting us from Danger?

Humans have always styled their hair in a multitude of creative and symbolic ways, and the various cuts, colors, and presentations reflected across the ages are nearly unlimited. But does hair serve us in more ways than providing simple warmth and good looks? There are some who believe that hair is directly associated with sensory […]

New Study Reveals How Legendary Assyrian Siege Ramp Overcame Lachish

Israeli archaeologists have revealed the secrets behind the Assyrian siege ramp that conquered the ancient Judean town of Lachish. A recent study published in the  Oxford Journal of Archaeology  shows how King Sennacherib’s military juggernaut was able to triumph over the Judean fortified hill town in less than a month. The Lachish Assyrian siege ramp, […]

Has Indonesia’s Legendary Lost Island of Gold Been Discovered?

Over the last 5 years, fishermen have recovered ancient treasures worth tens of millions of dollars from the Musi River, around Palembang, on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. The big question being asked by one archaeologist is whether or not these treasures are remnants of the long-lost Srivijaya Empire, a legendary kingdom known as the […]

ACH (1610) Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson – His Legendary Trilogy On Khazaria – Part 3

EURO FOLK RADIO ACH (1610) Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson – His Legendary Trilogy On Khazaria – Part 3 Play Episode Pause Episode Mute/Unmute Episode Rewind 10 Seconds 1x Fast Forward 30 seconds Subscribe Share In today’s show originally broadcast on September 24 2021, Andy is joined by Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson for a show entitled, […]

Weatherman Fired After 33 Years on the Job for Refusing Vaccine, Goes Out with Legendary Final Words

With a prediction for very stormy weather ahead for the nation he loves, meteorologist Karl Bohnak signed off last week after being fired for refusing to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Bohnak had served as the weatherman at Michigan’s WLUC-TV for 33 years, according to The Washington Post. Gray Television, WLUC’s parent company, instituted a vaccine-or-else policy […]

The Legendary Hyperborea and the Ancient Greeks: Who Really Discovered America?

In his story of Atlantis, written at around 360 BC, Plato mentioned a grand island or continent across the Atlantic, one larger than Libya and Asia combined. This continent was so enormous, he said, “it encompassed (wrapped around) that veritable ocean”. Is it possible that Plato was talking about the American continent and not that […]

The legendary Yucatan Hall of Records found at Yaxchilan? Strange Labyrinths and Edgar Cayce – Part I

The ancient Maya city of Yaxchilan rises on the Mexican shore of the mighty Usumacinta river, across from its rival city of Piedras Negras, some 35 kilometers (21 miles) downstream on the Guatemala side. Even to this day, the only access to Yaxchilan is by boat, along the river. Far from the crowds of Palenque […]

The Legendary Mug Ruith: Irish Wizard, Sun God, Or Ancient Astronaut?

The Irish Celtic heritage is filled to the brim with unique and wondrous characters. From the tales of ancient and venerable High Kings, to their colorful pantheon and powerful wizards, Irish history is full of characters and events that are so outlandish they seem often hard to grasp and explain. Luckily, thanks to the early […]

ACH (1583) Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson – His Legendary Trilogy On Khazaria – Part 2

EURO FOLK RADIO ACH (1583) Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson – His Legendary Trilogy On Khazaria – Part 2 Play Episode Pause Episode Mute/Unmute Episode Rewind 10 Seconds 1x Fast Forward 30 seconds Subscribe Share In today’s show originally broadcast on August 18 2021, Andy is joined by Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson for a show entitled, […]

ACH (1563) Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson – His Legendary Trilogy On Khazaria – Part 1

EURO FOLK RADIO ACH (1563) Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson – His Legendary Trilogy On Khazaria – Part 1 Play Episode Pause Episode Mute/Unmute Episode Rewind 10 Seconds 1x Fast Forward 30 seconds Subscribe Share In today’s show originally broadcast on July 21 2021, Andy is joined by Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson for a show entitled, […]

Legendary Irish Hero Cúchulainn Depicted as an African on Irish TV

You may have read the stories about Cúchulainn here on Renegade Tribune, but your idea of the legendary figure might be a little different than that of Irish TV. This is from a few years ago. I am glad I was able to find this video again. It makes my Celtic blood boil. Link Share […]

Atlantis: Examining the Legendary Tale of Plato

Around 360 BC, in his dialogues of Timaeus and Critias, the Greek philosopher Plato introduced an incredible story, a tale of an enigmatic island civilization which has since captivated the imagination of every generation that followed. This was the story of Atlantis, thought to be one of the most advanced societies of the ancient world, […]

A decade after legendary Nasser Hejazi’s death

TEHRAN – 10 years ago today, Iran and Esteghlal legendary goalkeeper Nasser Hejazi left us. Iran’s football has not forgotten him as a person who made the nation proud in his footballing life. The custodian lost his battle with lung cancer on May 23, 2011 in Tehran at the age of 61. Hejazi was a […]

10 Legendary Lost Cities That Have Actually Been Found

10 Legendary Lost Cities That Have Actually Been Found by Universe Inside You There are many tales of lost cities and forgotten civilizations. Everyone knows the story of Atlantis – the advanced civilization that disappeared in the ocean. But not everyone is aware of the similar legends other cultures tell of their own lost cities […]

The Legendary Greek Priest Who Served Four Generations of Canadians

Father Nicholas Salamis. Video screenshot The story of Father Nicholas Salamis, a Greek Orthodox priest, is also the story of Greek Canadians themselves, from the time the first immigrants set foot on the land until today, where the Greek community has become an integral part of Canadian society. Father Salamis personally witnessed the arrival of […]

Homage to legendary Comrade Anuradha Gandhy on 13th death anniversary 

Today on April 12th we celebrate the 13th death anniversary of Comrade Anuradha Gandhy. Without doubt one of the greatest comrades in the annals of revolutionary history ever who till her last breath exuded spirit of revolution and was a crusader for liberation. None could illustrate better that to be a revolutionary one had to […]

Surprising Truths about the Legendary Scythians Revealed

New research into the lifestyle of the Scythians, the nomadic culture that reigned supreme on the  steppes of Central Asia in the first millennium BC, is questioning the long-held historic narratives about these ancient peoples. Rather than the traditional image of Scythians as terrifyingly fierce nomadic warriors, this research of burial remains in multiple locations is […]

Five Legendary Lost Cities that have Never Been Found

The story of Atlantis is one of the most renowned and enduring tales of a lost city, said to have been swallowed up by the sea and lost forever. Yet, the story of Atlantis is not unique, as other cultures have similar legends of landmasses and cities that have disappeared under the waves, been lost […]

Remains Of Legendary St. Mary’s Fort Finally Found in Maryland

Archaeologists associated with the preservation organization Historic St. Mary’s City have just announced a major discovery, which they recently unearthed at one of the most heavily explored sites in North America. At the location where Maryland’s first colonial capital (St. Mary’s City) was founded in 1634, the archaeologists have excavated what was for them the […]

Legendary Olympic Athlete Takes Over Tokyo Games Following Sexism Backlash

TOKYO (AP) — Seiko Hashimoto has appeared in seven Olympics, four in the winter and three in the summer — the most by any “multi-season” athlete in the games. She made even more history on Thursday in Japan, where women are still rare in the boardrooms and positions of political power. The 56-year-old Hashimoto was […]

Larry King, legendary Jewish-American talk show host, dies at 87

Legendary talk show host Larry King died on Saturday at 87, a month after being hospitalized with COVID-19. His exact cause of death at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles had yet to be announced at press time.King was considered the king of interview talk shows, having conducting by his count over 60,000 interviews in […]

‘Eddy’s World’ Documents the Inspirational Story of a Legendary Toymaker

The chattering wind-up Yakity Yak teeth that made you giggle as a kid and iconic playthings like Stompers, KerPlunk, Baby Beans, Bubble Gun, Shark Attack! and over 800 other iconic toys all come from the very inventive mind of one man: Eddy Goldfarb, now the subject of the short documentary “Eddy’s World.” Lovingly made by […]

Legendary Claddagh Rings: What are the True Origins of these Symbolic Irish Wedding Rings?

The Claddagh ring design of two hands holding a crowned heart is a recognizable symbol of Ireland and enduring love. It is hugely popular as a fashion accessory and a symbolic gesture. While everyone seems to know the rules of the Claddagh ring that lead up to it being worn as a wedding ring, few […]

Iran to unveil stamp in honor of legendary wrestler Takhti

TEHRAN – Iranian Wrestling Federation secretary general Jalal Askari has announced that legendary wrestler Gholamreza Takhti’s new stamp will be unveiled on Wednesday. The stamp will be released to honor the 53rd death anniversary of Takhti, Askari said. “Due to coronavirus restrictions, the fans are not allowed to participate in the anniversary at the Ebn-e […]

Legendary Comrade Sunder Navalkar of Mumbai turns 100

A landmark of one of the most remarkable activists of our land who at even at 100 illuminates spark of Liberation Comrade Sunder Navalkar turning 100 on September 16th this year  was truly a landmark in the Indian Communist revolutionary Movement. It was symbolic of a spirit burning like an inextinguishable light, traversing the most […]

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