Calls to remove historic sites, to censor the past, to create a new (but false) narrative have absolutely nothing to do with being nice. They are driven by the idea of cutting people off fro their past in order that past be erased, and the people re-programmed.
A dive into the hidden histories of Australia’s early settlers shows the country wasn’t just built on the sheep’s back
The main gates have been locked since 1745 and will remain so until the Stuart Dynasty returns to the throne.
On December 5th, 1945, a group of five Grumman TBM Avenger torpedo bombers went on a training mission, never to return again. They took off from Fort
A 13th-century illustration of an cockatoo debunks the myth Australia was a dark continent and reveals trade routes around the country’s north were flourishing as far back as medieval times.
Many believe that the internment of Japanese-Americans during WWII was the direct result of Pearl Harbor. While true, there were two other factors involved – a Japanese captain and aliens from another planet. So let’s follow the sequence of events. The bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941 came as a surprise
The “First Americans” are usually believed to be East Asian migrants that crossed the Bering Straits 15,000 years ago, members of the Clovis Culture (a ref
The Azore Islands match exactly the geographical description of Atlantis by the Greek philosopher, Plato. This discovery could be the missing link that explains both the voyages of the Uchee…
Hidden in the mountains of California, Nevada, and Utah, lurk some of the oldest known long-living species of the Great Basin bristlecone pine, or Pinus lo
Maritime lore abounds with stories of ghost ships, those ships that sail the world’s oceans manned by a ghostly crew and destined never to make port. The m
The rare frilled shark is considered a “living fossil,” as its makeup has remained unchanged for 80 million years. This summer, researchers found one alive and thriving off the coast of Portugal, adding evidence regarding the resilience of this ancient sea creature. The frilled shark has remained the
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Levaram Portugal até ao tecto do mundo
Em Outubro de 1627, dois sacerdotes jesuítas portugueses, Estevão Cacella (1585-1630) e João Cabral (1599-1669), após duros meses de caminhada atravessando o norte da Índia, chegaram ao Butão, remoto reino budista situado nos contrafortes dos Himalaias e do qual nunca se ouvira até então falar no Ocidente. Recebidos por Ngawang Namgyal, chefe espiritual e político que a história regista como o fundador daquele Estado ainda hoje existente, dessa recepção ficou a memória depois lavrada por Cacella: Continuar a ler