In ancient times, the use of magic, spells, and prayers was developed throughout the cultures of the world. We were even recorded in magic books handed down through the generations. Here are five manuscripts to help us better understand the ancient magical world.

1. The Book of the Shaman Abramelin, The Esoteric Magic of Kabbalistic Knowledge

The book of the Shaman Abramelin is written in the form of a novel or autobiography by a man known as Abraham. Abraham was a German-Jewish who lived between the 14th and 15th centuries. Abramelin’s book is about the transmission of Abraham’s magical knowledge and Kabbalistic knowledge to his son, Lamech, and the story of how he possessed such knowledge.

In Egypt Abraham met the Mage Abramelin, Abramelin is said to have later taught Abraham Kabbalistic magic and gave him two manuscripts to copy. Featured in Esoteric Magic is an elaborate ritual known as the “Feast of Abramelin”, which is…


A few hours ago, an anonymous whale wallet transferred a large amount of Bitcoin to the Binance exchange.

According to the Whale Alert platform, transactions up to 1000 BTC were made on August 16, at 10:24 (GMT+7).

Note, the term ‘whale’ refers to an investor who owns a large number of assets. Therefore, many watchers fear that if this $47 million BTC is sold off on the Binance exchange, it could cause a local wave of volatility.

Elsewhere, Bitcoin mining difficulty skyrocketed as the market rallied continuously.

Specifically, the mining difficulty has recorded an increase of 13.77% with two consecutive passes of 15 Terahashes (TH) since mid-June. …


During a recent conference, central bankers from Cambodia and Singapore discussed how digital currencies are transforming the current payment system for the better.

As interest in central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) continues to grow worldwide, central banks are increasingly shifting their focus from domestic applications to cross-border CBDC use.

A survey conducted of 50 central banks by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) in the first quarter of this year found that 28% of central banks are considering options for making CBDCs. can interoperate at the wholesale level by forming multi-CBDC arrangements, including integrating multiple CBDCs into a single payment system. Nearly 14% of central banks say they are considering an active role in foreign exchange conversion.

The G20 has prioritized strengthening cross-border…


Trade without knowledge is only “dead”

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“The market corrects”, “Short BTC”, “Long catch up” are phrases that have been mentioned a lot in the past few days. Is trading Future really a good bait when the market corrects?

There are many people when they first start to play Future, they immediately have large profits, but gradually the deep loss or account burn occurs more and more. When there are large profits, many investors will be too confident in their own abilities. Forget the most basic principles like capital division or stop loss.


The method of simulating quantum computations by Chinese scientists can re-perform Google’s test in 5 days.

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The field of quantum computing is still in its infancy, but promises to elevate the computing power of humans to a new level by controlling subatomic particles. Scientists hope it will be the foundation for breakthroughs in fields such as new drug-making and materials science.

This is also one of the Chinese government’s top development priorities. Last week, the country adopted its 14th five-year development plan, focusing on key science and technology industries, especially applications such as ultra-secure communication networks and precise measurement.

“Quantum…


Contact lenses (contact lenses) are so familiar and popular, they are used by more than 150 million people worldwide. People choose to wear contact lenses for many reasons: cosmetic or therapeutic. Along with that are the advantages of this type of glasses when compared to ordinary glasses such as no water, snow and higher aesthetics, so nowadays there are many young people who love this type of glasses.

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The vision of Leonardo da Vinci

A little-known fact is that although only about 100 years ago, but contact lenses were born from the idea of inventor Leonardo da Vinci. He sketched this idea in his 1508 book Codex of the Eye in 1508, where submerging a person’s head in a bowl of water could change their vision. He even created a glass tube with a large funnel on one side to fill it with water. However at that time, his way of thinking was unrealistic and quite absurd.


Andreas Vesalius is the author of one of the most influential books in the history of medicine. His studies have revolutionized, changing our understanding of human anatomy.

Andreas Vesalius (1514–1564)

Andreas Vesalius (1514–1564) was born into a family of doctors in Brussels, Belgium. In his childhood, he showed great interest in dissecting animals, a hobby that kept his peers away. However, he persisted in pursuing his passion and studied medicine at the Catholic University of Leuven and the University of Paris. These are two of the largest anatomical research centers of that time.

After graduating, Vesalius joined the teaching work at the University of Padua and later became the private doctor of the Roman Emperor Karl V. …


Ernest Rutherford is a physicist active in the fields of radioactivity and atomic construction. He is considered the “father” of nuclear physics after giving the “Atomic Planets” model to explain “experiments on gold foil”. For his discovery he was awarded the 1908 Nobel Prize in chemistry.

Ernest Rutherford (1871–1937)

Ernest Rutherford was born on August 30, 1871, in the city of Nelson, New Zealand, to a well-off family. His father was originally a car builder and his mother was an English teacher.

When he was 16 years old, Rutherford attended Nelson High School, one of the famous New Zealand schools at that time. Due to his academic excellence, upon graduation in 1889, Rutherford was awarded a scholarship to study at the University of Wellington. In 1893, he graduated with excellence in mathematics and scientific physics.

After a year studying at the University of Wellington, Rutherford was sent to work…


Immortality is the pursuit target of many people throughout history.

In modern times, there are also a number of people who claim to have discovered the secret to achieving this, notably the strange research of an American scientist.

James Bernard Schafer

The Royal Fraternity of Master Metaphysicians

James Bernard Schafer was born in 1896 in Fargo, North Dakota, USA, enjoyed a good education, had a medical doctor’s degree. However, in life, he had a lot of scandals for being a member of the Ku Klux Klan (3K party, with extreme, racist views) and passionate about the mystical supernatural field.

In the 1920s, Schafer founded an organization called the Royal Fraternity of Master Metaphysicians, with the somewhat confusing purpose of…


Humans not only change the planet’s surface and temperature, but also sound in the ocean, according to a newly published study.

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The researchers found that changes in the ocean’s sound affect many marine organisms, from tiny shrimps to giant whales.

Sound goes very far underwater. For fish, sound is probably a better way to perceive their environment than to light,” said Francis Juanes, an ecologist of Victoria University in Canada.

According to Francis Juanes, while light tends to scatter in water, sound travels through water much faster than air.

Many fish and marine animals use sound to communicate with each other, locate promising prospects for breeding or foraging, and possibly to spot predators. For example, shrimp makes the sound of corn…

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