The Giants of Monte Prama are sculptures between two and two and a half meters created by the Nuragic civilization, which inhabited the island of Sardinia between the eighteenth and second century BC Researchers have not yet agreed on whether these Nuragians were originally from the island itself or on the contrary they can be … Read more The Giants of Monte Prama: extraterrestrial robots thousands of years ago?
Egypt and its relics are a great challenge for science and humanity today. And the great Sphinx hides many mysteries still unsolved today. But probably, the great mystery is the head of the great Sphinx that hides has been discovered but hidden from the general public. Why? In 1798, Napoleon Bonaparte’s troops arrived in Egypt and were amazed … Read more The head of the great Sphinx: is it the gateway to a secret city?
Abidos was one of the most influential cities in Upper Egypt, with political importance since the 19th Dynasty. The region, with traces of settlements dating back to the Naqada I period, was the most important burial site of the photodynamic period and the first dynasties of ancient Egypt. About five kilometers to the northwest is … Read more The Osirion of Abidos: a mysterious and monumental Egyptian temple
One of the most puzzling legends of the Australian aborigines is that of the ‘Wandjina’, supreme spiritual beings and creators of Earth and humanity. Perhaps the most interesting figurative art painted on rocks and in the caves is the way in which they have represented the Wandjina: White faces, lacking a mouth, large black eyes, … Read more The mystery of the Wandjina: ancient astronauts in Australia
In 2017, under great secrecy, a statue(reptilian statue of the Horyuji Nara Temple) resembling a reptile’s figure was removed from the exhibition for the visiting public. This happened in Japan, in the temple of Hōryū-Ji Nara, in Nara prefecture in Ikaruga, where it was removed so that it now has unknown whereabouts. The reason for … Read more The story behind the reptilian statue of the Horyuji Nara Temple, Japan
La Llorona is a legendary figure with several incarnations. Generally known as ‘the woman who cries’, it is represented as a type of soul in sorrow: an appearance of a woman dressed in white, which appears in lakes or rivers, sometimes at road crossings, who cries at night for her lost children whom she killed. Her crime was … Read more A chilling video shows La Llorona in a town in Colombia