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Some Myths about Dinosaurs

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Dragging Their Tails

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It’s exceptional for present day creatures to stroll around dragging their tails, so for what reason would it be advisable for it to be any unique for the dinosaurs? But then the misguided judgment that dinosaurs are the same as the reptiles of today stretches out to this also, and they are still frequently depicted dragging their tails when they show up anyplace in popular culture. (more…)

Museums of Mythological Creatures

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Ghosts and Fairy Tales Museum in Czech Republic

Apparitions have been frightening the living hell out of individuals throughout recent centuries. And keeping in mind that the greater part of us have a decent phantom story to tell, few of us are overcome enough to trust our regularly untrustworthy eyes. (more…)

Some Interesting Myths about Slavery

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Pyramids wasn’t built by Jewish

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Many individuals who take exceptionally exacting translations of the book of scriptures are persuaded that Jewish slaves fabricated the pyramids. Indeed, even the scriptural proof for this is more inadequate than many individuals really acknowledge, but then the myth holds on. This is likely on the grounds that it is included in such a significant number of books, films, diversions, and other mainstream culture that it would be practically difficult to expel from the human awareness now, yet there is basically no proof to back it up. (more…)

Mythological Creatures from Around the Globe

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Minotaur

In Greek folklore, the Minotaur had the abdominal area of a bull and the lower body of a man. It was said to live in the focal point of the maze which was a substantial labyrinth like development worked for King Minos of Crete particularly to house the minotaur. It was planned by Daedalus and is for the most part thought to have been at the site of Knossos. The minotaur shows up quickly in a scene from the Satyricon by Petronius. He was inevitably murdered by Theseus. (more…)

Mythological Gods We Don’t Know About

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Matshishkapeu

As per the customary convictions of the Native American Innu individuals, spirits address the living. Some discussion through drums. Others come to us in dreams. Also, one of them, Matshishkapeu, addresses us through farts. Matshishkapeu, the Innu stated, addressed them “with awesome recurrence”— particularly when men were distant from everyone else without ladies. (more…)

Mythological Horses from Ancient World

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Hindu Mythology – Uchchaihshravas

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Uchchaihshravas is a white, seven-headed flying stallion that serves as the mount for the Hindu god-lord of paradise Indra and, in different stories, Bali, the ruler of evil presences. Uchchaihshravas was conceived nearby other legendary questions, for example, the solution of life and Lakshmi, the goddess of fortune, from the Churning of the Ocean of Milk, an occurrence found in antiquated Hindu writings. (more…)

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