Learn about the fascinating history and stories of the world’s biggest religions with these interesting articles by All That Is Interesting!
Meet Braco — The “Healer” Who Makes People Feel Better By Staring At Them
Braco can "heal" you without touching, speaking to, or diagnosing you.
She Converted To Christianity On Death Row – But It Couldn’t Save Her
Karla Faye Tucker was the first woman to be executed since 1863, and only four have been executed since then.
Evolution On Trial: The Weird Backstory Of The Scopes Monkey Case
Despite being fake, the Scopes Trial ultimately got evolution to be taught in schools.
Heinrich Himmler Thought Germans Were Descended From Nordic Gods – So He Tried To Prove It
Those working for the Ahnenerbe project set out to prove that the Aryan race was descended from Nordic gods by spending millions of dollars on finding irrefutable, archaeological proof.
Thousands Of Indian Women Committed Mass Suicide Hundreds Of Years Ago – Here’s Why
While most ancient rights of honor suicides were performed by women, Jauhar was performed exclusively by women.
The Incas Believed The World Began Here – So They Built A Giant Temple Complex
Pumapunku is as mysterious now as it was when it was at its peak.
How Alvin York Went From Pacifist To Decorated War Hero
Alvin York's moral code was strictly anti-violence. When he was forced to enlist in the army, he had to weigh his religious beliefs against his duty as a draftee.
How Albert Pike Went From Masonic Teacher To Satanic Devil-Worshipper
Albert Pike's Masonic writings were taken out of context by an anti-Freemason author who made Pike out to be an occultist, who regularly practiced summoning the devil.
How The Codex Gigas Became The Devil’s Bible
The Codex Gigas is the largest medieval manuscript in the world. However, it's not the size of the book that makes it remarkable, but what's inside.
The Real Story Of New Orleans’ Witchy Voodoo Queen
Marie Laveau is famous for being New Orleans' voodoo queen, but was she really as evil and mystical as they say?
Some Parents Think Their “Indigo Children” Have Supernatural Abilities Like In ‘Stranger Things’
Doctors say that they have ADD or ADHD, but Nancy Tappe says they have something even more special inside them.