Author: Steinar

For over six decades, it was believed that two wooden objects discovered in Opole, Poland were pagan Slavic masks used in mystical ceremonies held in cemetery woods. However, recent research by a Polish professor challenges this dogmatic interpretation and suggests they were simply discarded waste. Demystifying Ancient Magic Masks In the 1960s, Polish archaeologists uncovered a medieval fortress in the city of Opole on the Oder River, which was once the capital of Upper Silesia. Two wooden objects were found and thought to be “ritual masks” utilised by Slavs during clandestine Pagan celebrations. Professor Kamil Kajkowski leads the art and…

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A local councilwoman in New Jersey was killed during a shooting outside her home Wednesday evening, according to officials.Sayreville Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour, a Republican, was 30 years old and described by Mayor Victoria Kilpatrick as “dedicated member of our Borough Council who was truly committed to serve all of our residents.”A 911 call reported shots fired around 7:22 p.m, the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office said. A female, identified by New Jersey Globe reporter David Wildstein as Dwumfour, was found dead in her vehicle with multiple gunshot wounds.”This is an active and ongoing investigation anyone with information or surveillance footage of…

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Science & Technology By T.K. RandallFebruary 2, 2023 ·  2 commentsCould robots like this one day replace bees ? Image Credit: Jianfeng Yang / Tampere University This remarkable new robot was inspired by dandelion seeds and requires only a light source to power it up. It won’t be giving Tinkerbell a run for her money anytime soon, but this impressive new robot – known as FAIRY (Flying Aero-robots based on Light Responsive Materials Assembly) – is undeniably unique and could give rise to a whole new category of lightweight flying devices.Inspired by the way dandelion seeds float on the breeze,…

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Long before the Greek Olympic Games became the dominion of a male god, ancient symbolism was embedded in the Hieros Gamos (Sacred Marriage ceremony) practiced at Olympia, a sanctuary in a serene valley called Altis, nestled between the Alpheus and Cladeus Rivers in the regional district of ancient Elis, tucked away in the north-west corner of the Peloponnese peninsula of Greece.  The Hieros Gamos or Sacred Marriage, embodied the union of the male and female, to celebrate fertility and new life born from the Mother-Goddess. Initially only women participated in rituals and games to honor the goddess, but then invaders…

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Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and a handful of other federal politicians – including two Democrats and one Republican – have shelled out thousands in campaign payments to a Chinese foreign agent, a Fox News Digital review of campaign finance records has found.Reps. Kevin Mullin, D.-Calif., Grace Meng, D.-N.Y, and Nicole Malliotakis, R.-N.Y. joined Ocasio Cortez in pushing campaign cash to Sing Tao U.S., a subsidiary of the Hong Kong-based Sing Tao News Corporation Ltd, for advertising expenses during the midterm election cycle.Those campaigns, in other words, had sent their money to a Chinese-owned entity that the Department of Justice forced to register…

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Credit: Ramón Díaz Yanes – Cartoon Movement’. The image was originally featured in The New Humanitarian | Why so many humanitarian crises are ‘forgotten’, and 5 ideas to change thatOpinion by Martin Scott – Kate Wright – Mel Bunce (norwich / edinburgh / london)Wednesday, February 01, 2023Inter Press ServiceWe argue that these humanitarian journalists show us that another kind of crises reporting is possible. But who exactly are humanitarian journalists? What motivates them? Who do they work for? And how is their coverage of humanitarian affairs different to mainstream journalism? In this article, we answer these questions though an account of…

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An ancient 25-acre (10-hectare) fortified settlement found on a hilltop in Galicia was long ago identified as an Iron Age village, meaning it was dated to the period between 1,500 and 500 BC. But a new study published by a pair of Spanish archaeologists from the University of Santiago de Compostela, shows that the Spanish settlement named Castro Valente dates not to the Iron Age but to the early medieval period, most likely to the fifth through seventh centuries AD. This would make it over 1,000 years younger than previously thought. LiDAR Technology Reveals Medieval Fortress It is rare for…

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          Source: www.maduradas.com (Venezuela) Date: 11 January 2023  Venezuela: The First UFO Photo of 2023  Journalist Héctor Escalante, known for his chronicles of UFO sightings in Venezuela, shared a photo what would be the first Unidentified Flying Object seen in this country in 2023. The image was supposedly taken in San Antonio de los Altos, Miranda State.  In his Instagram profile, the communicator noted that the photo was taken by a man called Ricardo Monzón on January 7 in the Miranda Region.  “I would think it’s the reflection of one of the street lights, but the object displays shadow and light,…

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New Jersey Devils associate coach Andrew Brunette was arrested on Wednesday for driving under the influence with a golf cart in Broward County, Florida. The county’s arrest log stated that Brunette was also charged for disobeying a stop sign or yield sign and was held on $500 bond. The incident occurred outside a bar, according to the arrest report obtained by WPLG Local 10 News, where Brunette’s golf cart was illegally parked.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Associate coach, Andrew Brunette of the New Jersey Devils handles bench duties during the second period against the Montreal Canadiens at Centre Bell…

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