Bermuda Triangle : Most Mysterious place on Earth

Originally posted on World's Mysteries and Myth:

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The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, It is located between three countries (United States, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico). This triangle is known as one of the mystified area  because many aircrafts and ships were mysteriously went missing in this triangle.

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According to the United States government, the triangle does not exist, and the name is not recognized by them

One of the earliest and famous missing aircraft incident is the Flight 19 which took place on December 5, 1945. The flight includes five aircrafts and it carried 14 crews. Before the flight, all the aircrafts were fully fueled and all necessary pre-flight check completed. The aircrafts were scheduled to do an air bombing training at the Hen and Chickens shoals which located 140 km from Naval Air Station, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

 Before the aircrafts vanished, the crews of the flight managed to contact the military tower and…

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A FAIRER PERSON LOST NOT HEAVEN

Originally posted on Wuji Seshat Nibada:

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I remember landscapes of vanished whims
Dreamy artifices of twisted Bronze
Wishes of creamy abandoned doves
Balconies of stone sculptures

I remember gardens of younger games
Flowers where I left half my heart
Evenings that celebrated the Sun’s wild embrace
From dawn to dusk with cinnamon-trails

I remember drifting catalogs of candles
For festivals I can no longer name
I remember sins for which they
Cast out angels, fallen to be sure –

Stern to forgive warriors, only doing
What they were told, I remember
Sweet and outrageous ideals, ideas, proclamations
All to afford the luxury of a better future

I remember friends with tongues of gold
Whose sophistry was altogether too charming
And how those gilded trees melted into
The green and white perfection of Spring.

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So why the moon?!

Originally posted on Moon of Árann:

A very hearty hello to you! I do hope this day finds you well. I was taking a walk the other day with my good friend Mr. Hercule Hare, when he turned to me and said “Artie” (he calls me Artie, quite a lot of my friends do, come to think of it) “Artie” says he “why did you name your blog Moon of Árann? I mean I understand that it makes sense to include Árann somewhere in the title, but why the moon?!” Why indeed!

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I took this from my sett door a few nights ago when the moon was full :)

I have been thinking about the answer to that same question on and off for the past few days now. I suppose I have always found the moon comforting. Many’s a night I would look out my sett door and see that big silver orb lighting…

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Lipstick Love: My Favourites

Originally posted on Mary-Kate Loves:

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As you can probably guess from the above photo, I’m a big lipstick fan and have quite a collection of them lying around at the moment.

I wear lipstick everyday, and as I’ve mentioned before I tend to opt for nude shades for daytime and bolder shades at night. I like something with a strong pigment that’s also moisturising. Looking at my current collection (everything from MAC to CoverGirl is in there), I’d have to say that my favourite four shades at the moment are:

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1. Rimmel – Kate Lasting Finish Lipstick in 001 (top left)

This is currently my lipstick of choice when donning a red lip. I had previously bought MAC’s Russian Red and even though the colour is lovely, the matte lipstick is really drying so I haven’t worn it much. The Kate Lasting Finish Lipstick in 001, however, has the perfect combination of a strong red colour along…

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Truffle : The most expensive food in the world

Originally posted on World's Mysteries and Myth:

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Truffle is type of fungus that grows underground. It is round, warty, and irregular in shape and vary from the size of a walnut to that of a man’s fist. The season for most truffles falls between September and May. 

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They are among the most expensive of the world’s natural foods, often commanding as much as $250 to $450 per pound while the white truffle could be triple in price. It is the food for the elites and it is can be spread on any dish.Truffles are expensive because it is really hard to obtain and there are few ways to mine these fungi such as using the  female pigs or truffle dogs, which are able to detect the strong smell of mature truffles underneath the surface of the ground. The female pig becomes excited when she sniffs a chemical that is similar to the male swine sex…

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This Old Gnome

Originally posted on down to earth digs:

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This Gnome belonged to my Grandparents. It rested on the little front porch by their lawn chairs.
She also had a big coffee table book about Gnomes. We spent hours looking at the colorful illustrations of Gnome life when we visited.
My Dad brought him by to visit my garden a couple of years ago…he has taken a few tumbles in the past and has been glued back together in a few places. He sure has kept his youthful appearance despite his age.
I enjoyed him for a year, then passed him on to live at my big sister’s house. She started a little Gnome collection in her garden for her Granddaughter’s to enjoy.
Gnomes live on in our memories and gardens.
Thank you Grandma and Grandpa Johnson

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The Witch’s Desk

Originally posted on Magickal Connections:

I receive questions on an almost daily basis, in emails, through Facebook, the form at my website, and through other Pagan social sites.  I try to answer as many as I can, but I’ve realized that I’m running a losing race at this.  I’ve chosen a few questions that have struck me either with a sense of urgency, or maybe even a sense of alarm (like, wouldn’t the answer to this one be obvious!); and I’ve chosen a couple I want to include in this blog; one fits the sense of urgency, and the other one a sense of alarm.  These questions are going to be posted exactly as I received them, unedited:

1.  can you mix goofer dust into a run drink to make same one sick or maybe wi same cake 

No!…no, no, and no!!  Goofer dust is not edible and is not safe to consume.  The main components…

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