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Atlantis, Plato, and the Great Flood Felt Around the World

Noah, the Ark, and the Flood is only one of hundreds of stories told around the world for hundreds and thousands of years. There are legend from many civilizations that carry the same catastrophic events in ways that reflect their own interpretations, but each carries similar threads.

To Kiss the Blarney Stone

It is said that there is famous rock at Blarney Castle, near Cork, Ireland that is known for its legends, humorous as …

St. Patrick, Snakes, and Celebration

St Patrick, patron of Ireland, is celebrated each year on March 17th. It is uncertain whether this day is the date of his birth or his death, and some have claimed it is both. The place of his birth is as much a mystery, though stories have abounded in legends.

Bird Omens: Foul Play?

Certain birds have been associated with omens or bad luck. Pun or not, the appearance of an owl or crow could be a sign of foul play, or worse, according to certain legends.