The Bog Mummies: A series of mummies lie in Northern Europe’s sphagnum bogs. No they are not skeletons that you would expect to witness nor are they chemically preserved mummies. They are human corpses which still bear all their internal organs intact and preserved through natural processes. The natural preservation took place because of low temperature, flow of extreme acidic water and dearth of oxygen. What remains as a mystery is the fact that who these 1850 corpses were and why they were all assassinated and dumped in the same area in the similar manner. Was it some ritual of the Iron Age to which the corpses belonged? Scientists are still in the dark about it.
The Voynich Manuscript: This is a manuscript that dates back to the Middle Ages but calligraphers and writing experts have not been able to decipher the meaning of the inscriptions yet. The Book bears several botanical illustrations along with some astronomical hints. The owner of the manuscript has not been found either. Although a number of European names have been associated with it including those of astrologer John Dee and Emperor Rudolph II of Germany the realty still remains a mystery.
Count de-Saint Germain: We are born to die some day. But it seems the worldly nature of mortality proved otherwise for Count De Saint Germain who has been appearing in history since centuries to the extent that he was seen recently. His date of birth has been presumed to be around the 1690 and he has been associated through the ages with several names, turning immensely famous during 1740-1780 and was known for being a multi-talented individual. His official death was in `1784 but he was seen by many famous personalities during the 19th and through the 20th century as well.]]>