Archive for the ‘Legends & Mythology’ Category

Friday The 13th

Friday The 13th

Many people dread whenever Friday the 13th comes. It has come to be associated with something dreadful and unfortunate. There are a lot of people who believe that Friday the 13th is synonymous to bad luck and people should try to be extra careful during this unfortunate time. It is one of those things that […]

Mysterious Crystal Skull

Mysterious Crystal Skull

Crystal skulls have become quite a focus of mystery and intrigue among various anthropologists and avid hobbyists who follow its story. Crystal skulls refer to those mysterious ancient human skull carvings made out of clear or milky quartz rock. The legend of the crystal skulls became quite known with stories that tell of their mystical […]

The Man In The Iron Mask

The Man In The Iron Mask

The Man in the Iron Mask may be one of the ancient unexplained mysteries that continues to confound people today. The mystery lies on the true identity of the man behind the iron mask. It probably became known throughout the world by way of a French novel of the same name by Alexandre Dumas. A […]

Paranormal Mysteries: Voodoo

Paranormal Mysteries: Voodoo

Voodoo is a type of pagan belief that originated in Africa. It is characterized by a belief in several gods and spirits where intercession is usually made by means of animal blood sacrifice. Voodoo is even considered as an accepted religion in some parts of Africa, most notably in the West African country of Benin. […]

Zarah and Zorel

Zarah and Zorel

Legend tells the story of Zarah and Zorel, creational entities who existed in The Continuum, surrounded by the 12 pyramids of light. The story goes that the two, along with their assistant, Amun, experimented with different frequency dimensions simultaneously to find out which one will result in souls losing their ability to remember their spiritual identity.  In their previous experiment, the couple experienced some difficulty in the third dimension. Their souls got caught up in the games of th…

Zebron and Alexandra

Zebron is an entity who understood all things, but was lonely. Story goes that he created twin pyramids and placed them together at their apexes. He created this so that his thoughts could create realities that he could experience. He watched as his thoughts happen before his eyes. He however, remained lonely. He decided to make a female entity just like himself – including powers to understand the universe and create realities with him. When he was done, he named her Alexandra, since she was cr…

Zep Tepi

There are many myths, legends, stories about creation. Equally numerous are the mythological gods and goddesses encoded in what is called grid stories of creation of the human experiment. Among them is the Zep Tepi. The story of the Zep Tepi, as with other legends, is metaphorical and shows the link between the Atlantean grid program and the ancient Egypt grid. The story begins with the nothingness, the void called Space and Time. Within this void are those who move from one reality to another, …

Understanding Mythology

Mythology is basically a study of myths or a collection of it. Myths are mostly considered as false stories base don the imagination or fantasy. But as far as people who study myths are concerned, mythology is far more than just studying a collection of false imaginary stories. Myths and mythology do not necessarily mean that they are based in falsity. In fact those who study it, define sit conventionally as an ancient sacred narrative that attempts to explain how the world and the humankind cam…

Cat People

Cat People

Many ancient legends, myths and folklore tell of cat people. They are humans with cat like features, usually having a head of a cat or a lion and a human body. Most of these creatures are mostly considered as gods and goddesses. Ancient Egyptian mythology particularly provides a lot of examples of such godlike creatures having cat-like appearances. Goddess BastIn Egyptian mythology, Bast is the goddess and protector of cats, women and children. She is also known as the goddess of sunrise. She ap…

The Avatar

The Avatar is a term that originated from Hinduism. The term was taken from the Sanskrit word, “avatara” which means “descent”. Avatar technically implies a descent of a certain portion of the essence of a Supreme Being into earth. This essence may then assume the form of an animal, monster or man. Hinduism ConceptIn the religion of Hinduism, an avatar is an incarnation of a god or immortal being. They are primarily used to refer to the descents of the god Vishnu, whom one of the largest branche…