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Talk about the government losing their heads. This man, Gary Harrington, is currently in jail because he collected rain water on his own private land! Let the comments flow . . .
Shortly after 9/11 the United States government created a Federal agency known as the Information Awareness Office — now defunct — but it had the most omnous New World Order-ish, Illuminatiesque, logo that we’d ever seen. Wikipedia writes … Continue reading
According to some scholars and theorists, Irish Roman Catholic Saint Malachy created a prophetic list of 112 Popes. This list is known as the Prophecy of the Popes or St. Malachy’s Prophecy. Apparently the prophecy is written in short Latin … Continue reading
Throughout the beginning of the 20th century, several ex-plorers made fascinating discoveries of mummies in the south-eastern edge of the Tarim Basin in China. The dis-covery of mummies is nothing new, but these mummies had notable differences from the typical … Continue reading
Roy Cleveland Sullivan of the United States is perhaps the only person to have been struck by lightning seven times. His first lightning strike occurred in 1942 when he was in a look-out tower; he lost a nail on his … Continue reading
A new reality TV show on the IFC will follow the adventures of men who love their beards. They claim they like to “win.”
A man wearing a demonic mask stokes a bonfire during carnival celebrations in Zubieta February 1, 2011. People from the north Navarran village and neighbouring Ituren dressed up in bizarre and terrifying costumes created mayhem and maximum noise levels to … Continue reading
Capgras delusion is a disorder in which an individual believes that a friend or family member has been replaced by an identical imposter. It is most commonly found in persons suffering from schizophrenia, but can also be found in those … Continue reading
The guidestones (Image source). The Georgia Guidestones is a large monument in Elbert County, Georgia (USA), comprising of six granite slabs six meters high and weighing over 100 tons. Who commissioned and built the guidestones remains a mystery, though some … Continue reading