History of Halloween: A 2,000-year-old Pagan Ritual

The name “Halloween” is derived from All Hallows’ Eve, also known as Allhalloween, All Hallows’ Eve, or All Saints’ Eve (hallows).
The History of Halloween derives from the Ancient Festival of Samhaim

Project Artichoke 1951: The CIA’s Quest to Find the Real Manchurian Candidate

Project Artichoke or Operation Artichoke, was a CIA research project that began in 1951 and whose aim was to determine whether a person could be forced via hypnosis or forced drug addiction such as morphine or LSD, to commit an act of attempted assassination.

A Brief Introduction to Psychological Operations

Introduction to Psychological Operations Introduction to Psychological Operations The 20th century was marked by technological developments such as radio, television, and the internet that would have profound impacts on the world’s consciousness as well as behavior. It will forever shift the course of history and human evolution. It was a completely new era punctuated by two World Wars and countless other international conflicts […]

Angkor Thom: The Great City of Cambodia 12th Century Wonder

Angkor Thom or Nokor Thom (‘The Great City’ in the Khmer language) is located in the northern province of Siem Reap in Cambodia. It was the last and most persisting capital of the Khmer Empire.

The Coca-Cola Vault and The Secret Formula

For over 125 years, Coca-Cola has managed to keep its recipe secret.
The Coca-Cola Vault and The Secret Formula

Gaugamela: The Battle That Changed The World – 331 BC

The battle of Gaugamela was no doubt a decisive battle that changed the history of the world. Its triumph opened the door to the known world for the Macedonian Army. Alexander became the king of kings after this battle as he went on to defeat the remaining Persian Army and became the king of the known world (Persia, at that time).

Afghanistan’s Ancient and Beautiful Minaret of Jam was Built In 1194 A.D.

One of the masterpieces of the Islamic World is the Minaret of Jam, a site noteworthy for the quality of its architecture. This is a true example of engineers and labourers coming together to build one of the most beautiful sites still standing in the world today.

The King and The Falcon

There are many versions of the story ‘The King and the Falcon’, ‘The King and The Hawk’ or ‘The King and His Hawk’.

The Salt Mill: A Norwegian Legend

The Legend of the Salt Mill, sometimes known as The Magic Mill or Magical Mill, is a Norwegian tale with many parallels found in Japanese and Chinese traditions, as well as many variants in European folklore.

The World’s First Animated Feature Film Was Made In Argentina in 1917

First Animated Feature Film Was Made In Argentina in 1917. The film was made not by Walt Disney, but by  Quirino Cristiani in 1917 in Argentina