Mercury: Planets In Astrology

In mythology, Mercury (Hermes in Greek mythology) is a messenger, the god of trade and the guide to the Underworld. He is also the patron of boundaries and of the travelers who cross them, of shepherds and cowherds, of the cunning of thieves, of orators and wit, of literature and poets, of athletics and sports, of weights and measures, of invention, and of commerce in general. Read More...

Clash of the Gods - Challenging Relationship

If you have Pluto (Challenge) in your relationship chart, learning the Greek myth about Hades (Pluto) - the God of the Underworld and beautiful Persephone can help you to understand things you will experience with your partner. Read More...

How Active Is Your Brain After The Head Is Cut-Off?

The group of Netherlands scientists from the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour have published the results of their latest experiments in regards to debate whether decapitation is a humane method of euthanasia in awake animals. The answer to the main question, how much lab rats suffer when they heads get cut off, was clear. The unpleasant feeling during decapitation lasts for only 4 seconds which makes the whole procedure seamlessly painless. But the strange facts brought up in the experiment perhaps raised series of questions of more mystical nature.  Read More...

Things About Men You Must Know

It is easy to see if a man you are dating is right or wrong. But sometimes we miss the whole point. We fall in love too fast. We think we can beat hormones. Can we? Read More...

How The Destiny Cards Predictions Work?

The playing cards have been there for centuries; It is the most fun and affordable hobby. There are thousands of things you can do with cards. You can play on your own (solitaire) or in a company. You can build a private collection of cards or join a playing cards club. Although the origin of cards has been covered in mystery, their invention has been claimed by almost every civilized nation. The history goes down to the 9th Century Tang China (618-907.) Suggested origins include Egypt, Italy, Persia, and India. How did nations wide-spread around a globe come up with the adapted version of the same deck? Most likely, it has been passed to us by our predecessors. If we think, the cards are just a pieces of beautiful paper-print, with no meaning nor underlying context, why we are fascinated by the deck for thousands of years? It seems that the cards emblems are engraved in our biogenetics. Gypsies inherited the knowledge of cards pination from Egyptians and spread it across the Europe and the Middle East. But there is the deeper hidden principle that underlies all symbolism. Read More...
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