Posts Tagged ‘legends’

Shuckland: Where Legends Haunt The Landscape

Shuckland encompasses haunted landscapes where legends, folklore, history and even tales of villains and heroes (but mainly villains) seemed to permeate the very fabric of the place and imprint their presence on the terrain. The location, East Anglia – the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk – is a liminal place, midway between the land and […]

The Female Siberian Ice Maiden Whose Legends Lives On

Buried in permafrost soil around the 5th century AD, a 35-year-old woman was discovered in the Republic of Altai, Russia. Finding the woman helped archaeologists develop deeper understanding of the people that lived in this remote region. The female, who is now known as the Siberian Ice Maiden was buried with a fascinating range of […]

Nuraghe Palmavera: Examining the Legends of a Mysterious Civilization

In the 1930s, archaeologists uncovered the remains of megalith limestone structures believed to have belonged to the civilization of the Nuragic people. Known as ‘nuraghe’, these are the primary ancient megaliths on the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, and one of the most complete is the Nuraghe Palmavera, found at Alghero in the northwest of the […]

The “Local Colour” of Scotland’s Myths and Legends

By Donald Alexander MackenzieFrom Wonder Tales from Scottish Myth and Legend [1917] The myths and legends of Scotland are full of what is called “local colour”. They afford us not only glimpses of ancient times and of old habits of thought and life, but also of the country itself at different times of the year. […]

Not Always A Man’s Best Friend: Terrifying Black Dogs of British Legends

Primarily associated with British legends, stories about black dogs, ghost dogs, or hellhounds are present in almost every region of the world. Perhaps the first things to come to your mind when thinking of eerie ghost dogs are evil images, death omens, or even the two-headed dog Cerberus from Greek mythology. That makes sense, as […]

Legends of the fallen: What the press is saying on November 26

1. God handeth, God taketh away: The death of soccer star Diego Maradona hits hard in Israel, with the press sparing little ink in honoring the late, great master of the pitch. News of the death was important enough for Channel 12 to break in to its normal early evening cable news style segments, and […]

Forbidden Zone of The Grand Canyon: Legends, Landmarks & Lies

In the last decade or so, controversies and wild speculations have swirled online around Grand Canyon National Park and a newspaper article published by the Arizona Gazette on April, 5 th 1909. The headlines read: “EXPLORATIONS IN THE GRAND CANYON/ Mysteries of Immense Rich Cavern Being Brought to Light / JORDAN IS ENTHUSED/ Remarkable Finds […]

Jimi Hendrix legends and myths live on in Moroccan village

“I saw him here. He was young and carried a guitar on his back,” swore Mohammed Boualala, who is in his 60s and grew up in the small settlement of Diabat. In the summer of 1969, Hendrix, the pioneering US guitar wizard whose hits include “Purple Haze” and “Hey Joe”, made a brief stop in […]

Fingal’s Cave: Legends and Inspiration Near the Scottish Sea

Fingal’s Cave is a natural feature located on the island of Staffa, in the Inner Hebrides, Scotland. During the 18th century, Staffa was inhabited by 16 people. Now, no one lives on the island, and it would probably be forgotten, if it were not for the existence of the spectacular site called Fingal’s Cave. This […]

The Many Legends Accounting for the Mysterious Trethevy Quoit

Cornwall, a truly beautiful region in the British Isles, has a distinct regional identity. It is also home to many remarkable stone age monuments, of which Trethevy Quoit is one of the most famous. This well-preserved portal dolmen dates far back to 3500 BC, the Neolithic period, and has a mysterious history. The History of […]

Archaeologists May Have Discovered the Birthplace of King Arthur: Legends Come to Life?

The discovery of 1500-year-old ruins at Tintagel in south-west England made headlines around the world. What appear to the be the walls of a Dark Age palace have been found in the exact place, and dating to the very time, King Arthur is said to have been born. The ruins of the upper mainland courtyards […]

Ancient Race of White Giants Described in Native Legends From Many Tribes

Several Native American tribes have passed down legends of a race of white giants who were wiped out. We’ll take a look at a few such legends, including those among the Choctaw and the Comanches of the United States down to the Manta of Peru. Choctaw Horatio Bardwell Cushman wrote in his 1899 book “History […]

Paintings of European Myths, Legends, Fables, Fairy Stories and Folk Tales

This video compilation from Faces of Ancient Europe features many beautiful paintings that have been seemingly lost to our modern world, which give us a glimpse into the beautiful mind and spirit of the European. There are some real gems in here. Source Article from http://www.renegadetribune.com/paintings-european-myths-legends-fables-fairy-stories-folk-tales/ 00

AFGHANISTAN: Examining the Myths, the Lies and the Legends ~ Andre Vltchek

Andre Vltchek driving in Afghanistan Andre VltchekGlobal Research It often appears that “true Afghanistan” is not here in Kabul and not in Jalalabad or Herat either; not in the ancient villages, which anxiously cling to the steep mountainsides. Many foreigners and even Afghans are now convinced that the “true” Afghanistan is only what is being […]

Tales from the Norse Legends

If you have not heard these tales before, you should have a listen. If are familiar, you might want to brush up on your Nordic mythology. 1. The Creation of the Universe 2. The Creation of the World 3. Day and Night and Sun and Moon 4. The Golden Age of Asgard 5. The Gods […]

IF YOU WERE LOOKING FOR THE MOST HYPNOTIZING VIDEO EVER, YOU HAVE FOUND IT

I love seeing art forms shift and become something new altogether. This hypnotizing method of object manipulation makes me think what if poi and static juggling had a baby. Watch Gustavo Ollitta use nothing but two s-staffs painted black and white to showcase his phenomenal skills at Buugeng. The stripes on his staffs create easily […]

Protesters Stage Citizen’s Arrest Of Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely

Members of Jewish Voice for Peace and other activists in California’s Bay area, symbolically served a citizen’s arrest warrant on Tzipi Hotovely, the right-wing Israeli deputy foreign minister. Hotovely was a keynote speaker at a Zionism 3.0 conference taking place in Palo Alto, Califronia . As Hotovely was introduced and stepped up to the podium […]

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