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Thursday, 31. August 2006
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Scholar: Iliad, Odyssey Penned by Woman by Discovery News.
"In many oral traditions, the best and most reliable creators, the ones who are used by folklore collectors, happen to be women." Dalby explained that women throughout the ancient world were "often the last and most skillful exponents of an oral tradition." For example, the world’s first named poet was a Sumerian woman named Enheduanna, who lived from around 2285-2250 B.C. Dalby said women also saved the ancient oral poetry of the northern Japanese, many Irish traditions, and numerous English folk ballads.
Hitler and Stalin Were Possessed by the Devil by Daily Mail.
"I am convinced that the Nazis were all possessed. All you have to do is think about what Hitler - and Stalin did. Almost certainly they were possessed by the Devil."
Father Amorth, who is president of the International Association of Exorcists, said of the JK Rowling books: "Behind Harry Potter hides the signature of the king of the darkness, the devil."
"Atlantis" Eruption Twice as Big as Previously Believed, Study Suggests by National Geographic News.
Scientology nearly ready to unveil Super Power by St. Petersburg Times.
Under wraps for decades, Super Power now is being prepped for its eventual rollout in Scientology's massive building in downtown Clearwater. That will be the only place worldwide where the program, much anticipated by Scientologists, will be offered. A key aim of Super Power is to enhance one's perceptions - and not just the five senses we all know - hearing, sight, touch, taste and smell.
Dig unearths round table evidence at Windsor Castle by The Independent.
Evidence of a building linked to the myth of King Arthur and the knights of the round table has been found at Windsor Castle. The circular structure was built by Edward III in the 14th century to house the round table intended to seat the original 300 Knights of the Garter. Archaeological proof of the building was uncovered by members of Channel 4's Time Team in the castle's quadrangle.
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