What is history? History is quite simply the study of past events. History is made up of numerous single events that have unfolded over the course of existence. We chronicle these events, tell tales of them, pass them down from generation to generation, and look upon them as basically being the building blocks of what exists today. But some of these events lack definitive explanation, or are entirely beyond belief. We know they occurred and there is some documented evidence of such. Yet, these few events still mystify us and leave many questions unanswered.
Many people have brushed these happenings away or dismissed them entirely; others have sought to shed light on them again and again in an attempt for some sort of rationalization. Some of these events occurred millennia ago, others mere decades; all have been conjectured or theorized away by some as mundane phenomena. Nevertheless, in truth, these elucidations do not hold up under scrutiny.
We really do not have any strong explanations for some of the most known events in the annals of history. Did they occur as history tells us? What of the documented accounts and stories? Are they all to be believed? Some you might have briefly heard mentioned or possibly seen something on a television program, like what might have happened at Roswell or what is the Taos Hum? Others might actually shock you!
These are ten of the most mystifying events in history, which despite our best efforts, remain unexplained.
10 The Roswell Incident
9 The Tunguska Event
8 The Hum Phenomenon
7 The Battle of Los Angeles
6 The “WOW!” Signal
5 The Sea Peoples
4 The Immortal Count of Saint Germain
3 The Speech of the Unknown
2 Symbol in the Sky
1 Fatima's Miracle of the Sun
On October 13, 1917, in the village of Fatima, Portugal, thousands gathered along a hill where three children had announced the Virgin Mary would make her presence known. What occurred next is unbelievable. The looming storm clouds broke open to reveal the sun turning opaque and beginning to spin, emanating brilliant rays of different colored lights down upon the crowd. The light show lasted for ten minutes. Many claimed they saw a vision of the Virgin Mary in the light. As many as 100,000 witnesses claim to have seen the event. Despite some theories, no one can adequately explain what people saw or the visions of the children that led to the occasion. Known as the Miracle of the Sun, the event was officially declared a Biblical miracle by the Roman Catholic Church in 1930.
Sources: roswellufomuseum.com, science.nasa.gov, historicmysteries.com, blastr.com, au.askmen.com, universetoday.com, ancient.eu,
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