Is our world home to mysterious, dark forces that we don't fully understand? Whether it's the eerie atmosphere of a mansion that's been visited by the dead, the tomb of an ancient warlord, or even a cursed painting--are many who believe that dark, powerful energies permeate our existence. But is this all just the stuff of myth and superstition? Or is it possible that evil really does lurk all around us?
History is full of incredible individuals who prove that seemingly ordinary people can accomplish what many of us would define as impossible. We are often astonished at what can be achieved by our fellow man--from feats so incredible they appear to be 'magic', to extrasensory abilities like remote viewing or enduring extreme temperatures by using one's mind--the capabilities of these individuals continue to astound and amaze us. Which begs the question, how do people develop such extraordinary abilities?
From holy constructions like Noah's Ark to objects of great mystery, like the cloth Jesus was said to be buried in, could the objects described in the Bible be real, and might they truly have a connection to God? From relics like the Ark of the Covenant and the Holy Grail, to a tower that could touch heaven, is it possible to uncover the real history of these biblical artifacts and the possible powers that they possess?
How do some people live through the impossible? Whether it's surviving a plane crash in a remote jungle, nearly freezing to death in the wheel well of a trans-Atlantic flight, or being struck by lightning not once, but many times...do we have a hidden reserve of inexplicable energy locked away inside us that can be released when the situation calls for it? And what can we learn from these incredible survivors who evade and even defy death itself?
For thousands of years, mankind has erected countless incredible buildings, but there are a select few that appear to be more than just impressive feats of engineering. Some structures may actually be imbued with incredible powers. Do incredible structures like the Men-an-Tol Monolith or the colossal Olmec heads somehow harness mystical powers beyond our comprehension?
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