Tuesday, January 11, 2010

Catholic priests desperately resort to exorcisms to rid Mexico of violent crime
At Mexico, the Catholic Church is working spiritually to fight against the violence that is gripping in the country and killed more than 30 thousands of people in last four years.For the leaders of the institution some individuals influenced by the satanism are behind of the wave of crimes.
 Full article: http://brazilweirdnews.blogspot.com/2011/01/church-prepares-exorcists-to-help-fight.html

13 is not the unluckiest number in the United Kingdom, 243 is is!?

Superstitious home owners may balk at the idea of taking up residence at number 13, but an analysis of home insurance claimed someone living at number 243 would be more than twice as likely to make a claim.
Full article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/8251743/Unluckiest-house-number-is-243.html

Astronomers say that due to the Moons gravitational pull on Earth, our astrological signs may have been off by a month for over a millennium!
Brace for the worst: You may be a Virgo, scientists say.  There are many newspapers and websites that promise to tell your fortune, detailing where the planets were when you were born and what their future movements suggest about your future. It's called astrology, and whether or not you believe in it, you won't believe this: It's all wrong.

Full article: http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/01/11/age-aquarius-actually-age-capricorn-thanks-rotation-earth/

Edinburgh new home of 'big cat' sightings?
They are shadowy creatures who create claws for concern for farmers across the UK.  But now Edinburgh might have its own big cat on the prowl.  Residents of Newhaven have been left feline distinctly uncomfortable after the discovery of huge paw prints in the snow.
Full article: http://edinburghnews.scotsman.com/news/Do-giant-paw-prints-mean.6686399.jp?articlepage=1

Chicago 'ear candle' alternative therapy store hit with liability suit
A Chicago ear, nose and throat doctor has become the focal point of the unusual product liability lawsuit of a Kansas woman who claims she was injured by an ear-cleaning procedure using a special candle. “Ear-candling,” which has become a trendy alternative to Q-tips, involves inserting the narrow tip of a hollow conical candle into the ear. Advocates say the warmth and suction from the heat generated by the flame draws wax out of the ear canal
Full article: http://www.onpointnews.com/NEWS/Health-Store-Feels-Heat-in-Suit-Over-Ear-Candle-Injury.html

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