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Trojan horse – the truth behind the myth

In 2016, an Italian naval archaeologist Francesco Tiboni proposed a groundbreaking theory - that the Trojan horse was actually a boat. This article examines the further implications of his theory.

“Hòn Chồng” rock formations – Nha Trang, Vietnam – the megalithic...

The famous rocks of Vietnam's top tourist destination - is there more than meets the eye?

Magical swords in myths and legends part 2 – an astronomical...

Is the Arthurian myth actually an echo of a much older, Iron Age astronomical allegory?

Symbols of royal power, and their significance

This is an overview of common royal regalia. What does it take to rule, and what are the attributes of a real ruler?

Perseus myth and its Vedic origins – from Danavas to Danaans

This article proves that origin of the Perseus myth is clearly Vedic. Are Danavas the same as Danaans?

On astronomy behind Titian’s “Bacchus and Ariadne”, the myth’s meaning and...

The myth of Ariadne and Bacchus is probably Neolithic and relates to astronomy.

The book of Odyssey – star lore of the ancient Mediterranean

The key events of Odyssey are clearly related to astronomy. An illustrated guide.

From Prometheus to Christ – the crucifixion stories

Dating of the myth of Prometheus, its symbolism and its influence on the modern age.

The ancient wisdom, hidden in the zodiac symbols

The simple symbolism of the zodiac signs connects numerous Indo-European myths into one big story. One of these myths is the story of birth, death and rebirth - a common theme of the ancient world.

Slavic gods – the pantheon reconstructed

A completely unique perspective on the deities of the Slavic pantheon., their origins and purpose.
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