Category Archives: Asia

Romans in China?

Baffled peasants in a windswept village in Gansu province are being described by Chinese newspapers as blond-haired, blue-eyed descendants of Roman mercenaries who allegedly fought the Han Chinese 2,000 years ago. While no one in the modern town of Lou Zhuangzi is fair and there is no proof that the Romans ever set foot in [...]

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THE TUNGUSKA EXPLOSION

On June 30, 1908, at approximately 7:17 AM, an immense explosion occurred in the region of Stony Tunguska, an area located approximately forty miles north-northwest of Vanavara, Siberia. The explosion was sufficient to register as tremors of earthquake- proportions on seismographs at Irkutsk, roughly 550 miles to the south. Seismographs also registered in Moscow, the [...]

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Fakir Magic

Fakir Magic : is the type of magic associated with Indian fakirs. Some of the more well known feats performed by these fakirs include: charming deadly snakes in large baskets with musical instruments, lying near-naked on a bed of sharp nails without incurring any injuries, levitation and the infamous Indian rope trick.

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Noah’s Ark

According to the Bible, the global flood occurred approximately 4500 years ago. Furthermore, the Bible says that God caused the earth to be flooded and the waters exceeded the highest mountain by 20 feet or more. “The waters rose and covered the mountains to a depth of more than twenty feet” (Genesis 7:20).” Because of [...]

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Prester John

By Matt Rosenberg In the twelfth century, a mysterious letter began to circulate around Europe. It told of a magical kingdom in the East that was in danger of being overrun by infidels and barbarians. This letter was supposedly written by a king known as Prester John. Throughout the Middle Ages, the legend of Prest

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