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Fastrack sunglasses are cheap

30th January 2012
Wearing sunglasses has been the fashion statement since many years. From young to old, everybody loves to wear sunglasses for their own reason. The origin of sunglasses can be traced back to ancient China and Rome. It is believed that Roman Emperor ‘Nero’... Read >
Author: Sharad

A Short Look On The History Of Numerology

28th October 2011
Numerology has a very straightforward premise and it is that numbers have more meaning than what a lot of people assume. It has had a long and rich history and it has been utilized by civilizations around the world, both modern and ancient. Each will offe... Read >
Author: jonesspores

Several Unimaginable Benefits of Gargling with Tea Water

15th March 2011
When we watch televisions, we may often see the scenery that people rinse mouth with tea water after meal and then drink another cup of tea. It seems that rinsing mouth with water is a common daily habit to protect teeth. Compared with other mouthwash,... Read >
Author: Codeblue

The Power of Gold Skin Care Products

10th January 2011
The use of gold in skin care products has caught on in recent years, especially after they were featured by Dr. Oz in an episode of Oprah not to long ago. While it may seem like its use is a new concept, you'd be surprised to find that gold has a long his... Read >
Author: Diane Kent

Cat's Eye Ring

05th August 2010
With its smoky color, thin streak of white line and iridescent properties, the chrysoberyl stone seems much like a sleek feline winking at you when natural light hits its beautiful surface. Because of this, it has become popularly known as the "cat's eye"... Read >
Author: David W

Ancient Poems

21st June 2010
Ancient poetry has always been meaningful to me. The perspective from which the ancients saw the world and expressed that fascination through poetry is so different from the way people view the world today. In today's world, of technology and science, eve... Read >
Author: BenMester

The Jewish Papercut

02nd December 2009
The papercut as art is believed to have originated in ancient China possibly at the time that paper was invented in the second century. As this art form spread from China to Turkey, North Africa, Persia and eastern and central Europe, it evolved in many d... Read >
Author: Archie Granot

The Health Benefits Of Ganoderma

07th September 2009
How long have you been suffering due to a specific illness like high blood pressure, diabetes, or heart problem? If you are not at the moment, how do you know that you will not suffer from any disease like cancer or paralysis in the future? Indeed, the ch... Read >
Author: Bennett Diaz

Pu-Erh Tea – The Benefits

05th June 2009
In ancient China, Pu-erh tea was thought to have curative powers, and it was regarded as the most important tea. Indeed Pu-erh tea seems to have many curative and medical properties that even today it is held in high esteem in China and the rest of the wo... Read >
Author: devk

Feng Shui Enhancers to Attract Prosperity

04th April 2008
There are endless symbols used in Feng Shui that have been proven for centuries to enhance wealth, money, fortune and prosperity luck. The top ten most popular symbols, in no particular order are: Wealth Ship - Many believed that a wealth ship laden wi... Read >
Author: Jenny Lin

Be Careful How You Spell Shih Tzu Puppy Cuts

07th March 2008
One of the most eye-catching features of a Shih Tzu or Shih Tzu mix is their glorious, flowing and soft coat. In show Shih Tzus, this coat covers the eyes and reaches to the ground. In ancient China, where the breed originated, a long thick coat was neces... Read >
Author: Rebecca Simpson
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