"A government that neither trusts nor respects its own people cannot trust or respect other nations. What is the domestic policy of enslavement today must be the foreign policy of conquest tomorrow." -- Michael Rivero

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Tucked away in the vast expanse of New Mexico, just south of the Colorado border, lies Dulce, a quaint town filled with stories that are as mysterious as they are captivating. With a backdrop of mesas and sunlit skies, Dulce isn't just another Southwestern town. It is the center of a conspiracy theory that has astounded and mystified many – an underground base filled with aliens, UFOs and mysteries that stretch the imagination. Dive into the Dulce Diaries, where we uncover stories of unexplained events, local legends, and the city's supernatural embrace.

In this article, we'll uncover the fascinating evolution of the old toaster, uncovering the magic behind these beloved culinary companions.


The primary technical problem in the development of the toaster in the late 20th century was the development of a heating element that would be capable of repeatedly heating to red-hot temperatures without breaking or becoming too brittle.


The first standalone electric toaster, the Eclipse, was made in 1893 by Crompton & Company of Chelmsford, Essex. With its bare wires the bread is baked one side at a time.

These structures, colloquially known as mobile homes, offer a picturesque glimpse of a bygone era, when flexibility, craftsmanship and the open road beckoned to an adventure-seeking generation.


The concept of mobile life was not entirely new during this era. However, it gained significant momentum only at the beginning of the 20th century.


A confluence of factors such as improved transportation systems, economic opportunity, and the desire for a more transient lifestyle led to the rise of wooden homes on wheels.


 Welcome to the fascinating world of the Amish community, where traditions and beliefs that have been passed down for centuries often surprise, confuse, and sometimes even shock outsiders. In this slideshow gallery, we'll explore the rituals and beliefs that define the Amish lifestyle. From the interesting practice of "bundling" to the strange fashion choices of growing a beard while shaving off the moustache, we will shed lig

Some people hold them firmly between their thumb and forefinger, while others choose to hold them more loosely between the index and middle finger.


But could these seemingly mundane choices actually reveal something about their personality? You're on to something there.


Reportedly, the way a person holds their cigarette, their body language, such as how they walk, sit, or use their hands, can be a revealing window into their inner self.


An eyewitness said she saw three white guys with big athletic builds do the shooting at San Bernardino.

How did that turn into two small-framed, dark-skinned people, one of whom was a 90-pound woman?

“An unidentified source told an NPR journalist that witnesses appeared to recognize Farook by his voice and build.”

That’s all the evidence that exists against the couple who was blamed for the attack.

Let’s break this down…

Although exorcism may often be associated with horror movies and the distant past, it remains a practice in the Catholic Church today. Father Gabriel Amorth, the Vatican's former chief exorcist, served in this role for an impressive 60 years and is estimated to have performed approximately 160,000 exorcisms during his tenure. It is worth noting that the exorcism ritual is not limited to Father Amorth alone; Various Popes throughout history have also performed exorcisms.

The picture "Soviet Flag on the Reichstag" is full of symbolism and represents a historical moment. Built in 1894, the Reichstag's architecture was magnificent for its time.


The building contributed greatly to German history and the Red Army considered it a symbol of its enemy. The Soviets finally captured the Reichstag on 2 May 1945.