Why White People Are Called «Caucasian» Sometimes?

5847007-wallpaper-legoThroughout history a variety of ways to scientifically classify different groups of humans have popped up, most notable to the story today being a system suggested by pioneering social scientist Johann Friedrich Blumenbach, often considered the “father of scientific anthropology….READ MORE

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16 Epic Movies That May Teach You A History Lesson You Missed At School

troy-2004Movies set in antiquity have the magical ability to take us back in time, while they usually offer big doses of entertainment and action. Epics and historical dramas follow the fascinating adventures of great heroes and notable figures of the past, while they often present us a side of their personality that we didn’t get a chance to know through history books. On several occasions these films also educate us, but only when Hollywood hasn’t totally disregarded the facts of the original story or historical event that is being portrayed….READ MORE

Some Claim More Americans Died Defending Alaska In WWII than Pearl Harbor

45a74054f6f8e1d6cd20c53ffa9777c9On the morning of December 7, 1941, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was meant to lead to the United States’ entry into World War II and to change the course of history forever. On that day, the Japanese forces managed to destroy nearly twenty American naval vessels, including eight enormous battleships, sinking four of them. Also destroyed were 188 aircrafts, and another 159 were damaged….READ MORE

How And When Islam Originally Branched Off From Christianity

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The so-called Abrahamic religions, also referred to collectively as Abrahamism, are a group of Semitic-originated religious communities of faith that have their roots in the practices of the ancient Israelites and the worship of the God of Abraham. The Abrahamic religions are monotheistic faiths from West Asia that revolve around and accept the tradition that God revealed himself to Abraham. Abrahamic religion spread globally through Christianity being adopted by the Roman Empire in the 4th century and Islam by the Islamic Empires from the 7th century….READ MORE

 

A Beginner’s Guide to the Illuminati

Trippy-Illuminati-Wallpaper-22The term sounds familiar, even if you’ve never been concerned with conspiracies. Many have heard about this secret brotherhood, whose reputation has reached the ends of the world. Most suspicious minds believe that the Illuminati control almost everything today: the secret services, banks, and governments of every country. However, what lies beneath? What is the truth….READ MORE

The Curious Case of the Sexy Secret Agent: Candy Jones (The Dark Secrets of the Project MKUltra)

amy-drew-thompson-women-undercover-female-spy-image-shutterstock_152214749_smA beautiful pinup girl of the World War II era who became an agent for the U.S. intelligence services during the Cold War, Candy Jones was born on December 31, 1925, in Atlantic City, New Jersey as Jessica Arline Wilcox. Despite little Candy being raised by a wealthy family her childhood was a nightmare. At age three her parents divorced and her mother took Candy to live with her grandmother in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania….READ MORE

11 Things The Ancient Greeks Did Better Than The Modern Hi-Tech World

Ancient-Greek-Technology-MuseumWhen you hear the words “Ancient Greece” what do you usually think about? Does your mind wander to the very first Olympics? Maybe it recalls the mythology of the Greek gods? Could it be Socrates, Plato and Aristotle that you think about as Greece is the motherland of philosophy? Alexander the Great and the spread of Greek culture through his vast empire? It might even remind you of ancient Greece’s role in the development of democracy. It’s true that there are many things we would not have today if it wasn’t for ancient Greece….READ MORE