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The Hidden Camino.

This documentary by History Channel, which is actually really good and worth seeing, keeps repeating, that the Oracle of Delphi (who always was a woman) belonged to the temple and religion of Apollo. Even her voice belonged to this male God.

Many of us have grown up with the teaching that any civilization before us (that is, before Christianity) were babarians and primitive - to say the least. The 'truth' is, that this 'truth' couldn't be further from the 'truth'. This very undr...

Very few people know that three women are buried within the Basilica of the Vatican. They are: Queen Kristina of Sweden (1626-1689) Countess Mathilda of Tuscan

The culturally diverse University of Western Australia decided a few years ago to have a closer look at some viking bones from Eastern England. It was certain that these bones were of the Norse Sea people, but an actual osteological study of the bones had never been ca...

Hildegard von Bingen is probably one of the most fascinating figures from the middle ages. She was born September 1098 and died in September 1179, in Bingen am Rhein, Germany. She was then 81 years old! To this very day, Hildegard continues to fascinate and inspire bot...

Every single Easter I have to suffer the same " bumper sticker" post that keeps reappearing on Facebook. It shows a picture of Ishtar, a Sumarian goddess. The

Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) is probably one of the most overlooked women in the French history! She was the unofficial Prime Minister and unofficial Ministe

The Queen of Camels… An Extraordinary Woman on an Extraordinary Journey. In the later sixties, Robyn Davidson began dreaming about travelling through West Aust

December 13th is the day of Sankta Lucia. Lucia comes from the latin word lux, which means Light. And Light is everything the legend of Sankta Lucia is about

Marie Corelli (1855-1924) was an eccectric, British Victorian best-selling author. She sold more books than the combined sales of popular contemporaries includ

Gertrude Bell; An extraordinary adventurer, adviser to Kings, ally of Lawrence of Arabia and once described as the most powerful person in the British Empire.

I feel like I should write a lot about this documentary, which is based on the book Forbidden Archaeology by Michael Cremo and Dr. Richard Thompson (published

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