The Operatic Bonkers Possibly Untrue Story Of “The Spear Of Destiny”

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“The Spear appeared to be some sort of magical medium of revelation for it brought the world of ideas into such close and living perspective that human imagination became more real than the world of sense.”
–Trevor Ravenscroft, “The Spear Of Destiny”

The Spear Of Destiny by Trevor Ravenscrofta story about reincarnation, alchemy, evil sorcerers, secret societies, soulless doppelgängers, sex magick, possession by alien entities, Aztec peyote, the Akashic Record, questionable homeopathic practices, psychic vaginal ectoplasm, a sacred Christian relic that could rend the very fabric of time as we know it, and, yes, Nazis—is one of the most elaborate and utterly bizarre conspiracy meta-narratives you will ever encounter

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The Man Who Lived In 3906

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Stories of time-traveling folk are always a hoot, aren’t they? One of the most famous is that of John Titor, a poster on message boards from 2000-2001 who claimed to have been an American military time traveller from 2036. But lesser-known is the case of Paul Amadeus Dienach, a German teacher who supposedly (and you’re gonna see why I say “supposedly” in a sec) left behind a diary recounting his visit to the year 3906.

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