There has been many UFO sightings throughout the years with some more credible than others, but some sightings are just too interesting to ignore. Below is a list of 7 famous UFO sightings that happened in the 1950’s, which are really interesting to say the least. The Prescott, Arizona UFO
There are many strange UFO sightings that have been reported in the past, and continue to be reported to this day. Some of the strangest reports of UFO’s are found in historic documents. These sightings are often unexplained, and imaginative, but continue to be researched. With no way to prove
Christian symbols are more than just some kind of badge which people display or wear to show that they are members of the in Crowd. Christian symbols and their meanings are not just superficial, they often operate at the subconscious level, which focuses and concentrates the faith of the worshiper.
The town of Chartres, around 50 miles (80km) south-west of Paris, is well known as the place of one of France’s most beautiful cathedrals. It’s structural beauty along with its medieval stained glass has proven popular with tourists, but its also become a site of pilgrimage for Christians. The cathedral
The Fourteen Holy Helpers are a group of saints which were venerated throughout medieval Europe, and are still prominent among Christians worldwide today. Though throughout time their reverences have changed, they still inspire the faith of millions of Christians around the world, and their stories are still told. These Saints
The Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine) is thought to have become extinct in 1936, but recent sightings suggest the animal may not be extinct after all. It’s widely believed the last Tasmanian Tiger died in captivity at the Hobart Zoo, however during the past 3 years, there have been 8 officially reported
The life of Henry Cornelius Agrippa is veiled in myth. Agrippa was known as a pre-enlightenment physician, astrologer, soldier and magician. Born in Cologne in 1486, he lived for 48 years until he died in 1535, in either Grenoble or Lyons. His studies in occult philosophy was looked upon with