Gold in Human History

Posted by on Sep 10, 2015 in Culture and Society | 0 comments

Gold in Human History
The history of gold is as fascinating as the precious metal itself. Human civilizations would have indeed taken on a different path if it was not for Gold as gold it was precious metal s such as gold and silver that brought the world together among other commodities such as spice and raw material to produce goods. Gold is mentioned in almost every ancient text that has been found around the globe including the bible and the Iliad. In the book of Genesis for (more…) Read More

The History of Independence Day

Posted by on Jun 30, 2015 in Culture and Society | 0 comments

The History of Independence Day
When most people in America think about Independence Day, it conjures up visions of backyard barbecues complete with ice cold beer and grilled hot dogs before the whole family heads out to watch a fireworks show. Though this is certainly the traditional way that Americans now celebrate Independence Day, it has absolutely nothing to do with the reasons we celebrate in the first place. But with a little research, you can easily put together the pieces and see the big picture of what this (more…) Read More

Augustin. My Battle of Loigny

Posted by on May 14, 2015 in Culture and Society | 0 comments

Augustin. My Battle of Loigny
We should consider ourselves lucky to live in these days, when battles or not too frequent or spread. Of course, with some exceptions. Still, some of us, who are now respectable seniors, had the misfortune to see and be a part of terrible wars. They were fought maybe most because of too large egos, subjecting innocent people to sufferance, despair, poverty and death in many cases. Settlements were destroyed, families dismantled, and the economy crushed. This is a small part of witnessing a war. (more…) Read More

Here is why vintage RVs are the coolest way to travel

Posted by on Apr 28, 2015 in Culture and Society | 0 comments

Here is why vintage RVs are the coolest way to travel
There is something really very fancy about vintage things… Vintage cars, vintage clothing, vintage jewelry and vintage furniture have been admired for several years. Now the coolest vintage fashion which is raging is vintage RVing. Even you can opt for vintage style RV rental and traverse your country in the vintage style. These adorable vintage motor homes will give you classic feeling and increase your travelling fun. History of motor homes Motor homes created a new revolution in the automobile industry. It was 1920s (more…) Read More

The origin of witchcraft

Posted by on Apr 22, 2015 in Culture and Society | 0 comments

The origin of witchcraft
The history of witchcraft Probably, witchcraft dated about 2500 years ago in Paleolithic era. During this era, both nature and humans were seen as inseparable elements. Humans admitted trees, rocks and streams were deities while Earth was seen as the mother. The mother Earth was seen as the source of womb and tomb. The Prehistoric witchcraft In the beginning, man was known to have used attracting magic to attract the herds of animals which provided for needs of the people and ensure fertility was (more…) Read More

The Best Historic Places to Visit Worldwide

Posted by on Apr 3, 2015 in Culture and Society | 0 comments

The Best Historic Places to Visit Worldwide
Keeping aside the rough and tough daily routine of boring life, it’s the right time to reflect and examine the cutting-edge drifting destinations for the New Year. Certainly, it’s enticing to need to backtrack to the old top picks like London, Paris, New York etc. Yet shouldn’t something be said about finding some place new? Some place out of the way, a travel destination yet to be newly fond, an unrecognized city, or some new experience about some new place. Here are the best (more…) Read More

Godefroy the Cruel is an excellent book for our imagination, taking us back into the medieval times

Posted by on Mar 26, 2015 in Culture and Society | 0 comments

Godefroy the Cruel is an excellent book for our imagination, taking us back into the medieval times
Sometimes we just need a way to escape our modern days and seek refuge in a world we never met. “Godefroy the Cruel”, by Opaline Allandet, is an excellent book for our imagination, taking us back into the medieval times. The entire story is fictional since the author did not use any historical facts, excepting the background, where she used some details to enrich the story. The medieval times were a fascinating period, but a very cruel one as well, since people acted more (more…) Read More

The Origins and History of Gift Giving

Posted by on Feb 9, 2015 in Culture and Society | 0 comments

The Origins and History of Gift Giving
Gift giving has been a long tradition that dates back thousands of years as far back as man can remember. As human beings, we are social creatures who enjoy each other’s company and expressing our feelings through the giving of gifts. Whether it is an expression of true love, appreciation of a job well done or just to show our gratitude for having someone as a friend, the giving of gifts is engrained into our DNA. To understand why we are so enamored with (more…) Read More