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THE RUSSIAN ARMY TRANSPORTS THE MYSTERIOUS OBJECT ‘ ARK OF GABRIEL ‘ TO ANTARCTICA MYSTERIES 

THE RUSSIAN ARMY TRANSPORTS THE MYSTERIOUS OBJECT ‘ ARK OF GABRIEL ‘ TO ANTARCTICA

Russian army is given a special task of protecting the religious object “Ark of Gabriel” while it is being transported to Antarctica. The “Ark of Gabriel” is said to have such “military-religious” importance, that President Putin ordered a large number of naval warships to guide its journey from Saudi Arabia to Antartica. To what spurred this astonishing mission, this report explains, was the contacting on 25 September of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow by representatives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, regarding a…

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Work Begins to Retrieve Nazi Gold Train Believed to Contain Lost Amber Room of Charlottenburg Palace MYSTERIES 

Work Begins to Retrieve Nazi Gold Train Believed to Contain Lost Amber Room of Charlottenburg Palace

Two months ago, headlines were made around the world as treasure hunters identified a legendary Nazi train packed with weapons, gold, money, and archives hidden in a long-forgotten tunnel in the Polish mountains. It is believed that the train may also contain the long-lost Amber Room of Charlottenburg Palace, an early 1700s room crafted from amber, gold, and precious jewels, estimated to now be worth $385 million. This week, engineers will begin surveying the site to determine how the armoured and possibly booby-trapped train can be retrieved. Poland’s Culture Ministry announced that…

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Oldest Prostate Stones Ever Found Suggest a Man Was in Agony 12,000 Years Ago MYSTERIES 

Oldest Prostate Stones Ever Found Suggest a Man Was in Agony 12,000 Years Ago

Italian and British researchers investigating a prehistoric cemetery in central Sudan have found what they believe are the oldest prostate stones, revealing the disease affected men as early as 12,000 years ago. The stones, as large as walnuts, were found in 2013 in the pelvic area of an adult male in a burial discovered in the prehistoric cemetery of Al Khiday. The cemetery lies on the left bank of the White Nile some 12 miles south of Omdurman (Khartoum). The remains of the man, who likely experienced extreme pain in…

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Unravelling the Mysteries Trapped Within Mayan Hieroglyphs MYSTERIES 

Unravelling the Mysteries Trapped Within Mayan Hieroglyphs

For hundreds of years, linguists have been trying to decode the ancient hieroglyphic script of the Mayans, left behind on monument carvings, painted pottery, and drawn in handmade bark-paper books. Now, thanks to ongoing work by expert linguists, decipherment is advancing at a rapid rate and almost reaching completion – to date, 85 – 90% of the symbols have now been decoded.  Completing the decipherment will be a huge step forward for deepening our understanding of the social, political, and historical aspects of Maya civilization. For a long time, many scholars…

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Bizarre Strange Sea Creature Found In Persian Gulf MYSTERIES 

Bizarre Strange Sea Creature Found In Persian Gulf

The Iranian navy has located a gigantic mysterious carcass floating in the waters. Photos of the gnarly carcass were posted to a website serving the city of Bushehr in western Iran on the Persian Gulf. Based on the vertebrae and blackened skin of the carcass, Reddit users postulated that it was the remains of a whale. “The blackened skin and vertebrae are a good giveaway, I wish the pictures were a bit bigger so I could wager a guess at what kind it was, but it’s hard to make out!”…

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What is the Mysterious Handbag Seen in Ancient Carvings Across Cultures and Countries? MYSTERIES 

What is the Mysterious Handbag Seen in Ancient Carvings Across Cultures and Countries?

One of the more mysterious symbols that has been found in ancient carvings is an image that looks uncannily like a handbag. The shape appears in depictions made by the Sumerians of Iraq, in the ruins of ancient Turkish temples, in decorations of the Maori of New Zealand, and in crafts made by the Olmecs of Central America. Handbags can be seen in the art of disparate cultures from around the world and throughout time, with the first known instance of a handbag appearing at the end of the Ice…

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Archaeologists Unearth Marble Head of Medusa at Roman Ruins in Turkey MYSTERIES 

Archaeologists Unearth Marble Head of Medusa at Roman Ruins in Turkey

Archaeologists in Turkey have unearthed a marble head of Medusa, the legendary gorgon from Greek mythology with snakes in place of hair who could turn any person to stone with just her gaze.  The ancient relic was discovered in the 2,000-year-old archaeological ruins of Antiochia ad Cragum on Mount Cragus in Anatolia, Turkey. Live Science reports that the head of Medusa was not part of a statue, but was likely incorporated into the pediment of a building, which is believed to have been a small temple. The marble head of…

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3 mind-bending discoveries that prove giants existed on Earth? MYSTERIES 

3 mind-bending discoveries that prove giants existed on Earth?

At least once in our lives, we have heard stories of creatures of a colossal size that once inhabited the earth. Their existence may be pure myth, but it also may be possible. Countless ancient cultures talked about giants and how they lived on Earth in the distant past. Today, when speaking of giants, people ask for evidence. Here we have three alleged discoveries that supposedly prove these ‘mythical’ creatures were real. Skeletal remains of Giants in Bulgaria The city of Varna, in Bulgaria, used to be part of Odessos…

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The Indian River drains out for the first time revealing incredible ancient secrets MYSTERIES 

The Indian River drains out for the first time revealing incredible ancient secrets

For the first time in history, a combination of drought and overconsumption of water have pushed the river in India, the Shamala river in Karnataka to its limits, revealing under its bank secrets that have shocked the archaeological community. The receding river has revealed the presence of thousands of Shiva Lingas which were carved in the distant past along the river bed. The place referred to as “Sahasralinga” (thousand Shiva Lingas in Sanskrit) has become an extremely important pilgrimage site and thousands of people visit Sahasralinga offering their prayers to…

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7,000-year-old Siberian warrior: more advanced than we supposed? MYSTERIES 

7,000-year-old Siberian warrior: more advanced than we supposed?

Buried with stone axe and horn-tipped arrow, ancient human remains have archaeologists reshaping their assumptions. In a first for Siberia, a burial mound dating to the ‘New Stone Age’ has been unearthed in Novosibirsk region. In the mound were nine people, including women and children, discovered by archaeologists and students from Kemerovo State University. ‘In the lower layer, they discovered a man with a stone axe and a horn tipped arrow,’ said the university’s press service. ‘It is a fair assumption to say, as this fact proves, that the burial…

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