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Mysterious Rabbit Hole Leads to a Secret 700-Year-Old Temple Built By Knights Templar

This archaeological underground wonder in Shropshire, England was built by the Knights Templar.


The first thing that might come to mind when you talk of rabbit holes and underground caverns would be Alice in Wonderland. However, this cavern is more than just a place of wonder. Instead, it’s a cave entrenched in the rich history of the Knights Templar!

The Knights Templar were a feared Catholic order with massive military power. They’re known for being composed of noblemen who fought in the Crusades for the Holy Land. The Crusades raged on for almost 200 years.

Sadly, the Knights Templar fell into ruin when the Crusaders failed to reclaim the Holy Land, and their members were arrested and executed by the King Philip IV of France and Pope Clement V for charges such as corruption, fraud, and secrecy.

Michael Scott, a Birmingham-based photographer was able to take photographs of the cavern.

The rabbit hole is so innocuous that you could almost walk past it

But beneath is a hallway that leads to a previously unseen temple used by the Knights Templar

Inside the cavern is a well-preserved temple carved out of land

This hidden temple may have been a place where the Knights could safely congregate away from prying eyes

The circular naves are very prominent in the architecture

Which suggests the Templars wanted to emulate the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem

The Church of the Holy Sephulchre is thought to be the burial spot of Jesus Christ

The caves were closed in 2012 due to vandals desecrating the place

However, people are still allowed to explore the place if granted special permission

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3,000-Year-Old Giant Pharaoh Ramses II Statue Found Buried In Cairo Slum

Pharaoh Ramses II — who’s one of ancient Egypt’s most celebrated rulers — was known for having his people build grand monuments and temples.

A team of Egyptian and German archaeologists recently made an astonishing discovery in Cairo, Egypt. They found the remains of a giant statue submerged in groundwater in a slum. They believe it's the likeness of Pharaoh Ramses II.

The giant statue was discovered in Cairo's Matariya district. It's where the ancient city Heliopolis was once located. History shows that Ramses II had ordered a temple dedicated to the Egyptian sun god built there. They actually believed it was the center of creation.

The archeological dig has been going on for 5 years.

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21 Top Secret Gadgets Spies Used During the Cold War

Welcome to the secret and dangerous world of international espionage.

The cold war was a perilous time for the superpowers-that-be. Just after World War II, the political and military tensions between the Soviet Union (now Russia) and the United States were at its peak. From 1947 up until 1991 when the Soviet Union collapsed, both nations continually upped the ante in international espionage.

The International Spy Museum in Washington D.C. houses some of the most inventive spy devices secret agents from both sides used during this period. Some are ingeniously clever, others are simply weird and ridiculous. Most of them served a lethal purpose:

#1. Taking secret images with the snap of a “button.”

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Lady Liberty Was Originally Designed As An Arab Woman and America Goes Crazy

There’s so much hate from some Americans when this story surfaced.

Donald Trump’s executive order from over a week ago, which temporarily bans almost all travelers from seven Muslim-dominated countries, evoked different reactions from different people. In the midst of the debate on whether or not the ban will benefit the country, an ironic story from 2015 saying the iconic Statue of Liberty is inspired by an Arab woman, resurfaced online – and some people are not quite pleased.

The Statue of Liberty, as most people know, was a gift from France to the United States to celebrate the latter’s freedom. However, historians believe that there is a deeper history to the colossal symbol of democracy which has welcomed countless immigrants to the American shores.

The story that the statue was modeled after an Arab woman was picked up by several media news outlet in 2015 but somehow, it didn’t generate that much reaction, especially negative ones from some people in the U.S., like it did today. When this story resurfaced, people dismissed it as a “fake news” or a Muslim propaganda for people to readily accept refugees into the country.

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