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Record Breaking Stars

Some stars are average, just like our Sun. Some stars are tiny, like white dwarfs or neutron stars. Some are huge and dwarf our Sun by many thousands of times. Some barely shine amongst the…

Insane Flukes from World History

We humans love a good pattern. Not many things get our brains going as well as some good old uniformity emerging from chaos. But other patterns? Well they can get kind of creepy, unlikely and…

The Strangest Stars in the Universe

The stars in the night sky have fascinated humans for as long as we have existed. The two connected disciplines of astronomy and astrology have attempted to impose meaning and structure on their patterns and…

3 of the Strangest Coincidences Ever to Occur

The world can be a crazy place – but not much of it is weirder than these 100% verifiable and ridiculous coincidences. From prophetic novels to unbelievable synchronicity and divine winds, here are just a…

Some of Bizarre Superstitions in World’s Cultures

While researching for our previous article on this subject, we realised just how many strange and captivating superstitions there are around the world. Far too many for just one article! So here we are again,…

Numbers – Lucky for Some!

Many people, if pressed, might admit to a preference for one number and an aversion to another. This can be based on purely personal reasons, for example birth dates of loved ones. However, there are…

3 Strange Superstitions from Around the World

The world is a mysterious place, and a lot of superstitious folk live in it. The first recorded use of the word is in the 15th century. Although people have undoubtedly been practicing superstitious beliefs…

The Difference Between Astrology and Astronomy

There is often confusion between the two terms astronomy and astrology, many people believe that they, in fact, are the same thing. But this is quite wrong as they are very different in meaning and…

Famous Astrologers – Part 3

The third part of our blog on the most famous astrologers the world has ever known looks into the ideas of Geoffrey Chaucer, Johannes Kepler and William Lilly. Up to now we have seen some…