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    2014

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Look what I just got.

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    Look what I just got.

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  8. theinfinitewhy:

A will-o’-the-wisp, or ignis fatuus in Medieval Latin, means ”foolish fire”. It is a ghostly light commonly seen by travellers at night, especially in bogs, swamps or marshes. It is often explained as ignited marsh gas, but other accounts describe behaviors that contradict this theory. Often times, they say that the will-o’-the-wisp drive travellers unto unsafe paths giggling maliciously at the sight of being followed. Other times, however, they are believed to guide the brave to sure treasure.
No one is certain on what they are, or who they are. Some tales say that these wisps are human spirits who cannot enter heaven nor hell, and other accounts believe that they are non-human intelligence or guardians of treasure.

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    will-o’-the-wisp, or ignis fatuus in Medieval Latin, means ”foolish fire”. It is a ghostly light commonly seen by travellers at night, especially in bogs, swamps or marshes. It is often explained as ignited marsh gas, but other accounts describe behaviors that contradict this theory. Often times, they say that the will-o’-the-wisp drive travellers unto unsafe paths giggling maliciously at the sight of being followed. Other times, however, they are believed to guide the brave to sure treasure.

    No one is certain on what they are, or who they are. Some tales say that these wisps are human spirits who cannot enter heaven nor hell, and other accounts believe that they are non-human intelligence or guardians of treasure.

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  9. poeziya:

This statue, on the banks of the Dnieper, is dedicated to the legendary viking founders of Kiev: brothers Kyi, Shchek, and Khorvy, and their sister Lybid.

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    This statue, on the banks of the Dnieper, is dedicated to the legendary viking founders of Kiev: brothers Kyi, Shchek, and Khorvy, and their sister Lybid.

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