Category Archives: History

May 18th is International Museum Day

“The objective of International Museum Day (IMD) is to raise awareness about the fact that, ‘Museums are an important means of cultural exchange, enrichment of cultures and development of mutual understanding, cooperation and peace among peoples.’” Museums are intended to preserve our history while educating people. The idea is to protect artifacts and honor the accomplishments of our ancestors while

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May 16th is National Biographer’s Day

“Learning from the experiences of others is what makes us human.” https://celadonbooks.com/what-is-a-biography National Biographer’s Day is celebrated on May 16th because it was the day Samuel Johnson met James Boswell in London, England during 1763. Together, the wrote what is recognized as the earliest modern biography, The Life of Samuel Johnson by James Boswell. Biographies are one of the most important

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Writers 2 Remember: ENHEDUANNA

The World’s “First Author“ History has been bias. That is a fact everyone knows and understands, so it comes as no surprise when I say the accomplishment of women / women writers have often been erased or diminished. However, facts still remain, and the truth here is that the first author in known history was a woman, named Enheduanna. “By

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May 5th is National Astronaut Day

I’ve always been intrigued by space, aliens, and flight. I dreamed of being apart of NASA, almost went to university for aerospace engineering, and actually did go to college for operations resource manage, specifically related to aviation. I even worked towards my pilot license and had training as an air traffic controller. And none of this comes close to what

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My Book Review of The UFO Files: alien abductions, mass sightings and mysterious deaths (Unexplained Mysteries (Non-Fiction))

The UFO Files: alien abductions, mass sightings and mysterious deaths (Unexplained Mysteries by Marc W Shako My rating: 4 of 5 stars I Enjoyed The Chosen Cases This was a quick and enjoyable book. It was nice to read some new UFO cases while still having a few well-known ones to keep things familiar. The chosen tales gave a freshness

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My Book Review of The UFO experience – A scientific inquiry

The UFO experience – A scientific inquiry by J. Allen Hynek My rating: 4 of 5 stars Worth Reading Anyone interested in UFOlogy knows who Dr. J. Allen Hynek is. With this book, he created the system for close encounters. He’s the consultant behind Steven Spielberg’s “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.” I waited a long time to read this

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Writers 2 Remember: Plato

The “founder of the Academy” and one of the “most influential authors in the history of philosophy“ “The safest general characterization of the European philosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato.” – Alfred North Whitehead Plato was an ancient Greek philosopher born during the Classical period. He lived from approximately 428/427 BCE until 348/347 BCE. His father, Ariston,

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