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10 most famous secret societies/alleged secret societies

1. Skull and Bones

Members of the Skull and Bones (George Bush is left of the clock)

The Order of Skull and Bones, a Yale University society, was originally known as the Brotherhood of Death. 2,193 more words


Christianity for the Advanced


The topic outlined here is about Christianity – which of course is a somewhat abraded issue.

Yet it is still completely new to the extend that it is seen from a purely Rosicrucian viewpoint. 1,243 more words

The Prague Cemetery - a belated review

The number of authors fascinated by metaphysics and the supernatural never ceases to make me wonder about the relationship between the creative psyche and that vast realm of the imagination. 617 more words

Remembering Infinity: The "Cosmic Parfait"

Have you ever thought about the countless, amazing things that exist—just beyond the reach of our limited human senses? It’s proven fact that many such hidden worlds exist. 805 more words


Best-Selling Victorian Author’s Werewolf Novel Fascinating

Until recently and only thanks to a blog by Interesting Literature, I had never heard of George W.M. Reynolds (1814-1879), and even Anne Rice in her novel… 3,369 more words

Classic Gothic Novels

Dear Tabitha

Dear Tabitha,

I could not believe what I read, but there it was in black and white, right in front of me. I had to write you immediately, because like me, you share an undying curiosity in the world around you. 423 more words

Writing 101