Norse and Celtic Europe is plentiful with myths and folklore that mention nine maidens. Where do these legends originate? Might there be a spiritual legacy to these maidens?
In this essay, I analyze Alvin Goldman's "Causal Theory of Knowledge" and the problems that arise with generalizations, a priori situations, and cases involving evidence.
The Celts were renown for their military prowess and fearlessness in battle. This has been attributed to their belief in reincarnation. Do myths and legends preserve this belief?
Ancient lore told of an island that existed far to the north. This land was named Thule. Might there be any truth to this legend or is it simply fiction?
Top predators such as sharks are vital to the health of all ecosystems, but they are being hunted and killed close to extinction.
The severed head is routinely found throughout the literature and archaeology in Celtic and Norse territories. Is it possible that the severed head served as more than simply a war trophy?
The legends of this underworld testify to its otherness and yet also impart a distinctive British flair.
Learn 7 different methods you can use when law enforcement / police won't help you or listen to you. Stalking, Harassment and Cyberbulling is never OK and you do not have to stand for it despite PD!
A discussion of the various views within ontological metaphysics dating to the classical period of Ancient Greek philosophy, with a focus on Plato and Aristotle.
Black Caterpillar with Spikes and Red Bands: What is it? Did you find a black fuzzy caterpillar? Does it look like this? If so, you might have a giant leopard moth caterpillar, also known as a great leopard moth or an...