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IT’S FICTION DUMMY

Everyone knows there are no vampires, it’s doubtful that sasquatch exists, what about Native American stories about windego, skinwalkers or shapeshifters? Who makes up these creatures? Why, writers do. We create such fantasy figures. We don’t have anything to back … Continue reading

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MAYAN MYTHS, PAPER SACKS & THREE MONKEYS

“Possibly the oldest doomsday prediction is found on an Assyrian clay tablet dated to 2800 B.C. While it’s nearly 5,000 years old, it sounds amazingly current: “Our Earth is degenerate in these latter days. There are signs that the world … Continue reading

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