In Cleveland, Ohio in 1993, the J C Smith funeral home had recently closed and…
Ninety years ago, Idaho farmer William Beard, along with his son, discovered something that offered…
Sleipnir is an eight legged horse of Odin in Norse mythology. It’s origins are written in the Prose Edda, a 13th century Icelandic textbook.
Sodom and Gomorrah were two cities described in the Book of Genesis and in other texts, which God destroyed. Where are the remnants?
Where is the Garden of Eden? Biblical literature, Mesopotamian texts, and Sumerian archaeology indicate Eden’s origin as an idea.
The Villisca Axe Murders occurred in Villisca, Iowa, in June 1912. An ax-wielding perpetrator murdered the Moore family and two house guests.
The Newgrange passage and chamber align perfectly with the sun on the Winter Solstice. Scholars believe it was used for ceremonial purposes.
The Norse symbols Mjöllnir, Yggdrasil, Valknut, Ægishjálmur, and Svefnþorn, reveal the Vikings warrior culture. Let’s examine their meaning.