An Interview with the Sci-Fi Channel's Ghost Hunters
The Fascinating History of the Tarot
A considerable factor in the appeal of Tarot cards is its fabled exotic background. Many sources devise theories that attempt to explain their origins while others simply sustain the myths that shroud them. Although these myths seize the imagination, the Tarots true history remains equally captivating. In fact, Tarot cards were not used for divination or as an occult teaching instrument until the 18th century.
Napoleon's Oracular Book of Fate
History remembers Napoleon Bonaparte as a brilliant general, fearless leader, and powerful emperor. Yet few history buffs know that he was deeply immersed in the occult and based many of his life decisions on advice from prognosticators, including ancient Egyptian oracles, palm-readers, astrologers, and his unusual Book of Fate.
Did Napoleon Escape The Island of St. Helena?
Murder in the Stars: Stalking the Zodiac Killer
British author John Brophy coined the term serial murder in 1966, in his book The Meaning of Murder. American authorities would not adopt the label for another decade, but in that same year a terrifying serial killer in California debuted, one who called himself Zodiac. Despite four decades of intense investigation, his identity still remains unknown today.