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Weird Westerns Part 3: Lost Worlds and Final Frontiers

‘I opened my eyes upon a strange and weird landscape. I knew that I was on Mars; not once did I question either my sanity or my wakefulness. I was not asleep, no need for pinching here; my inner consciousness told me as plainly that I was upon Mars as your conscious mind tells you that you are upon Earth. You do not question the fact; neither did I.’ – Edgar Rice Burroughs, A Princess of Mars (1912)  Pulp writer Edgar Rice Burroughs’ serialised adventures of John Carter and his…

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Elongated Skulls Discovered Offer Bizarre Clues About Roman Empire’s Collapse

Artificially elongated skulls discovered in Hungary have offered valuable evidence of life during the Roman Empire’s collapse. People in different cultures and countries put themselves through a whole lot of physical changes — cosmetic or otherwise — in an attempt to conform to their society’s standard of beauty. The practice of foot binding in China comes to mind, or the American obsession with plastic surgery to “improve” appearance. But skull binding? Though the practice may sound odd and even cruel, it was in fact quite common as far back as…

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4,200-yr-old Bronze Age Chieftain Found Under Suburban UK Skate Park

A suburban skate park in the UK got a blast from the past when a Bronze Age chieftain’s burial was found where skaters usually practice ollies and kickflips. Between September 6th and the 29th in 2017 Lechlade-on-Thames, a town in the southwestern county of Gloucestershire in England, became a hotbed of archaeology after Foundations Archaeology in the UK began a series of excavations before a new skateboard park was built. Andy Hood, an archaeologist with the company, reports that several graves were found, but the one that was the most…

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A Brief History of Skull Art by Tokebi the Skull Artist

Skull art isn’t something which is a new idea. The idea of skull art had been prevalent since a long time just not in notice. Although skulls were a part of decoration since a long time, it is not before any recent time that it gained immense popularity. Back in the ancient days, skulls were used to decorate houses in Middle East. Nonetheless, since writing wasn’t quite developed, the symbols behind them remain unknown. But in certain countries, over the time, skulls of the defeated soldiers also became a sign…

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DIY Gothic Black Tea Bags with Skull Tags | Homemade Gift

Lately I have found myself drinking more and more tea…  I was a huge fan of tea long before Covid 19 entered our world, but in this current environment, I’ve noticed tea having a greater presence in my daily life.  Could be the calm and comfort that a cup of tea can offer… Could just be my need for caffeine to get me through the day, and the night.  Either way, my favorite tea cup is rarely empty, so it should come as no surprise that tea was the inspiration…

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Skulls In History: Killer Instinct Crazy Skull Spinal

Spinal is the famous skull character in the old but genius 94’s video game “Killer Instinct”.  An animated skull skeleton, Spinal was reanimated by the villain company Ultratech through cell regeneration but it was destroyed by another character, Chief Thunder in the first tournament; however, Gargos had a Spinal of his own in the past. The Skull Spinal fights for vengeance and his freedom. In the first Killer Instinct, Spinal is the third-last opponent in single-player mode; with a sword and shield, he can teleport and change himself into a…

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5 Skull Art paintings in history you must know about

As long as written word has existed, tales where skulls played at least a tiny part in humankind history are only natural. For ages skulls are associated with death and evil in most parts of the world, while in other smaller regions  is associated with life and celebration. Doesn’t matter what role a skull has partaken in history, the representation of skulls in human art has been notorious, being skull art one of  most famous or infamous in history.

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