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The Mystery of The Egyptian Statue Moves Alone

by hayakhan in Social Sciences, June 26, 2013

The figure of about 25 inches rotates 180 degrees inside your case closed during the day without any clear explanation.

Did You Know: Five Most Controversial Statue in Indonesia

by indromarkopolo2012 in History, October 21, 2012

Following the controversy, the statue of Little Obama installed in Menteng Park, Central Jakarta, was moved on Sunday night to SD 01 Menteng. Jakarta Governor Fauzi Bowo agreed aspirations to move "Barry Dreams Statue" at Barack Obama’s former school permanently.

Investigation (Hoax or Coincidence) Alien Vacation Evidence to Earth with Actual Pic

by indromarkopolo2012 in Paranormal, October 1, 2012

There are a large number of aliens involved in the proof of our history of paintings, scrolls, sculpture, art, and stories that date back to the beginning of the earliest recordings we as the people on the planet. Some of the most famous artworks of the great artists often depict different alien UFO and other paranormal sites that can only be explained aliens visit us.

Large Carved Stone Head Rediscovered in Guatemala

by mitchey179 in Social Sciences, August 4, 2012

Originally discovered in the 1950’s, a large carved stone head has been rediscovered deep in the jungles of Guatemala.

Modernity : in The Past

by profwritter in History, March 18, 2012

A Brief History.

Bizarre Bigfoot Sculpture

by tonyleather in Folklore, December 16, 2011

LaBrecque claims to have observed, before the scuffle, on most nights a Bigfoot specimen that was on occasion accompanied by what appeared to be two juveniles.

Graphic Novel Review Superman Eradication

by Arthur Chappell in Politics, August 20, 2011

One of The Man Of Steel’s dullest adventures.

The Heart of Kurdish Culture

by AWilkinson in Ethnicity, July 26, 2011

An exploration of the central values of Iraqi Kurdish culture.

Wonders of The Ancient World: The Statue of Zeus at Olympia

by jldetlaff in History, May 19, 2011

The statue of the King of the Greek gods, Zeus was sculpted to show how much his people honored him. It was placed in a magnificent temple in Peloponnesus, Greece, where the Olympic Games were held every four years.

The Bussa Rebellion

by john smither in History, April 14, 2011

Bussa was a slave on the Caribbean island of Barbados who led a rebellion in 1816. It was to be the first of three rebellions by slaves in the British held territories of the West Indies and these shocked the core of slavery in that region and eventually led to the emancipation of slavery.

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