Despite the fact that people have scientifically processed many aspects of our lives, there are still some mysteries that we still can not clarify and find an appropriate answer for.
Here are some of them, which scientists rated as the most intriguing mysteries in the world.
Atlantis is one of the oldest and largest mysteries on Earth. Ever since ancient times, people have sought to locate Atlantis, believing to have been sunk due to a tsunami after a strong earthquake.
Greek philosopher Plato described Atlantis as an island located near Gibraltar, the home of the country’s largest civilization.
According to the legends, the most beautiful people lived in Atlantis. It was the temple of Poseidon and the whole city was built of gold. To date, no one has managed to locate Atlantis and find its wealth.
In fact, these are not mummies but perfectly preserved bodies found in many catacombs in northern Europe.
Despite the fact that human bodies decay after death, these bodies, due to the specificity of space, never collapsed. They remained with perfectly preserved skin and internal organs.
Many of these bodies date from the Iron Age, but there is still no evidence as to how these bodies are preserved. And why they were found in various parts of Germany, Ireland, Great Britain and other northern European countries.
Many articles and books have been written about this phenomenon, but none have so far managed to clarify its function.
Stonehenge is located in the Valley of Salisbury in Wiltshire, England. It is composed of many stone blocks, each weighing six tons and is placed next to each other and one above each other.
Archaeologists have come to the conclusion that this monument dates from 2,500 to 3,000 years BC. And is assumed to have been raised by a neolithic culture.
And that’s all that is known about them. Its meaning and purpose is still an enigma. The most commonly accepted theory is that Stonehenge is a tomb. As it is evidenced by finding several graves in its vicinity that date back to the same era.
King Arthur, the sword in the stone, the wizard Merlin and the knights of the round table are part of the legend of the mighty ruler who defeated the Saxons and created the kingdom of England, Ireland, Iceland, Norway and France.
But for him there is no solid proof. Everything is based on a legend preached among military troops to raise their morale. But in addition, there is still no other evidence.
Despite the lack of evidence of his existence, many historians believe that King Arthur existed and that it was only a matter of time before evidence was found that would prove this.