(Robert Sepehr) Over 2,000 years ago, a wise Egyptian priest named Sonchis told a respected Greek statesman, Solon, about a spectacular legend recorded on stone, translated to Greek from ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, about powerful sea-faring empires, massive global cataclysms, and a great war of the Titans.
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(Atlantean Gardens) One of the most important works of Old English literature, Beowulf is an epic poem consisting of over 3,000 lines, beautifully written in alliterative verse. Set in Scandinavia, Beowulf was the hero of a northern Germanic tribe, in what is now southern Sweden, who comes to the aid of a Danish king, who came under attack by Grendel, a descendant of the Biblical Cain.
(Robert Sepehr) Love’s most universally accepted symbol, the one we most commonly associate with a heart, doesn’t really resemble the organ it is said to represent, so what is this symbol’s (❤) true ancient origins?
(Robert Sehepr) In Greek mythology, the underworld is where souls go after death. The original Greek idea of afterlife is that, at the moment of death, the soul is separated from the corpse, taking on the shape of the former person, and is transported to the entrance of the underworld.
(Robert Sepehr) Erik Thorvaldsson, known as Erik the Red, was a Norwegian Viking, remembered in medieval and Icelandic saga sources as having founded the first Norse settlement in Greenland. His son, Leif Erikson was credited as the first known European to have discovered North America. Studies have found that almost all ivory traded throughout Europe in Medieval times came from Greenland walruses, which became extinct due to overhunting, contributing to the abandonment of Viking the settlements.
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(Robert Sepehr) Jekyll Island is located off the coast of the U.S. state of Georgia, where in 1910 some of America’s most influential bankers gathered for a secret meeting to plan the country’s monetary policy and establish a central banking system, which resulted in the draft legislation for what eventually became the creation of of the Federal Reserve act.
(Robert Sehepr) The Etruscan civilization flourished in central Italy starting around 900 BC, with assimilation into the Roman society, beginning in the late 4th century BC. Although the Etruscans developed a system of writing borrowed from Greek script, the Etruscan language remains only partly understood, making modern interpretation of their society and culture heavily dependent on much later and generally disapproving Roman and Greek sources.
(Robert Sepehr) Anthropologically speaking, human pre-history is divided up into certain segments, some minor and some major, but none more important than the division between the Pleistocene, which includes the time most popularly known as the ice age, and the Holocene, which is our current age for the past 10-12,00 years or so, a time following some major global cataclysms, upheavals, and mass extinctions.
(Robert Sepehr) St Patrick’s Purgatory is an ancient pilgrimage site on Station Island in Lough Derg, County Donegal, Ireland. According to legend, the site dates from the fifth century, and in modern times a monastery sits over the portal some have called a gateway to Hell.
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(Robert Sepehr) Designer babies, anti-aging, and bringing back extinct species. Gene editing, or genetic modification, is a type of genetic engineering in which DNA is inserted, deleted, modified or replaced in the genome of a living organism. Unlike early genetic engineering techniques that randomly inserts genetic material into a host genome, genome editing targets the insertions to site-specific locations.
(Robert Sepehr) The Protestant Reformation was the 16th-century religious, political, intellectual and cultural upheaval that splintered Catholic Europe, setting in place the structures and beliefs that would define the continent in the modern era.
(Atlantean Gardens) The Moon-Eyed people were said to be a race of small people that, according to Cherokee legend, were blinded by daylight, but able to see in moonlight, who only came out at night, and were described as under three feet tall, light-skinned, with big blue eyes.
(Robert Sepehr) Nestled in the mountains between France and Spain, there is a semi-isolated population of native European people that have long puzzled anthropologists, linguists, and historians, because although they are Caucasoid, they do not fit in with the rest of the European populations.
(Robert Sehepr) What did a meal taste like 4,000 years ago in ancient Babylonia?