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Doubles harbingers of death

Doubles harbingers of death

Russian Empress Catherine the Great. Collage. Doubles harbingers of death

Doubles harbingers of death.

First of all, many nations have a belief that doubles or doppelgangers (German “double walker”) are harbingers of death. Unfortunately,  to see the double means death. For example, before her death Russian Empress Catherine the Great observed her double sitting on the royal throne. Besides, she even talked to her double. Meanwhile, lots of people witnessed their doubles. However, science still can’t explain this phenomena.
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Green Tea benefits

Green Tea

Green Tea benefits

Green Tea benefits
In fact, proved that regular consumption of green tea reduces the risk of developing certain types of cancer. Green tea not only reduces the risk of cancer and heart disease, but also increases the overall immunity. In addition, prevents the formation of blood clots, reduces the effects of free radicals on DNA, slowing the aging process, and prevents tooth decay. Besides, can help lose weight, improves the skin, and prevents acne. By the way, Chinese traditionally use green tea to control blood glucose levels. Also, drinking large amounts of green tea can help prevent liver disease caused by alcohol and other toxins. Meanwhile, many doctors recommend their patients with rheumatoid arthritis to drink green tea. Noteworthy, green tea helps with allergies, and helps get rid of sneezing, coughing and tears. By the way, ideal dose of green tea – a pair of cups a day.
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Painting Autumn Belarusian artist Leonid Afremov

Painting Autumn Belarusian artist Leonid Afremov

A couple on the bridge. Painting Autumn Belarusian artist Leonid Afremov

Painting Autumn Belarusian artist Leonid Afremov
“It smells of autumn. I love Russian autumn. Something unusually sad, friendly and beautiful. I would fly somewhere along with the cranes.” Anton Chekhov.
Undoubtedly, autumn, the most spiritual and inspirational season of the year, inspires talented poets, writers and artists. And one of these artists – Belarusian impressionist Leonid Afremov. Meanwhile, his paintings show bright colors, energy and optimism. Interestingly, he paints his pictures without using a brush. Instead, he puts on canvas special spatula strokes of paint – a palette knife. Thus, he adds colorful strokes to incredibly bright and cheerful landscapes. Afremov graduated from the famous art school in Vitebsk, where studied such artists as Kandinsky and Malevich. Currently, Leonid lives in one of the beautiful resort towns in Florida. Noteworthy, paintings by Leonid Afremov have positive effect on the psyche and relieve stress, according to psychologists and psychiatrists. That’s why some people even use his pictures in therapy.
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Creepy images from the depths of human subconscious

Creepy images from the depths of human subconscious. Happy New Year. Illustrator Alex Andreyev

Happy New Year. Illustrator Alex Andreyev. Creepy images from the depths of human subconscious

Creepy images from the depths of human subconscious
Interestingly, depressive and gloomy pictures can be even useful, just to rest eyes and brain from happy families, pleased faces and ideal weather conditions. Meanwhile, there are a lot of illustrators and artists in Russia working in a manner, called “schizoid”. Accordingly, their work is grim, extremely strange, repulsive and fascinating at the same time. Meanwhile, the most common question when people talk about these artists is – “What is going on in their heads?”. In addition, some worry about their health, sleeping hours and advice to see a doctor. Here is a collection of the most brilliant, decent and just interesting, so called “dark artists” from Russia. In particular, Anton Semenov (Gloom82), Oleg Pashchenko (cmart), Barandash Karandashich, Daniel Sherekin (Dante), Mr.Scratch, Ivan Solyaev, Alexander Simonenko (masacra), Alex Andreyev, and Pavel Laptev.
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Wonderful Elf girl goes to primary school

Elf girl goes to primary school

The world’s smallest girl Charlotte Garside, 68 cm tall and weighing less than 4 kg. Elf girl goes to primary school

Elf girl goes to primary school
The world’s smallest girl, Charlotte Garside, took a big step – she went to a primary school. 5-year-old girl, 68 cm tall and weighing less than 4 kg – less than a newborn baby and less than her favorite teddy bear. Last week, she first joined her peers at school. This day has become significant for the proud parents of the girl Scott Garside and Emma Newman, who are trying hard to give their girl a normal life. Charlotte was born with the unique shape of the embryonic dwarfism – so rare that doctors have not given it a name. Doctors warned that Charlotte would not live up to two years, but she grew up very active and inquisitive girl. “She may be small, but she has a big heart and wants to do what normal five-year-olds do. She is very curious, and at school we have been already said, that she has development of a three-year-old child, which is much higher than we thought, “- says her mother, Emma.
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US Paralympic star Jessica Long story

US Paralympic star Jessica Long story

Beautiful and strong – US Paralympic star Jessica Long story

US Paralympic star Jessica Long story
US Paralympic star Jessica Long is one of the world’s greatest swimmers – and in the 2012 London Games she took five gold and two silver medals. But her first home was an orphanage in Bratsk, Siberia after her teenage Russian parents gave her up at the maternity hospital because of her severe disabilities. They named her Tatiana, but then had nothing more to do with her. She became an orphan, and one year later was adopted by American couple Beth and Steve Long, who gave her the home and love she needed to grow up a happy child and later develop her skills and shine on the world stage.
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Living doll or alien girl from China

Living doll or alien girl from China

Social network Sina Weibo celebrity, Tina Leopard, alien girl from China

Living doll or alien girl from China
Undoubtedly, Chinese blogger and model Tina Leopard draws attention with her extremely sharp chin and large anime-like eyes. And she has lots of subscribers on Sina Weibo, China’s version of Twitter. A new fashion trend is spreading across the world – just remember Russian doll Valeria Lukyanova and Nastya Shpagina from Odessa, famous for their anime look. So, China’s most popular social media sites are practically flooding with tons of photos of young people clearly going out of their way to look as much like an anime character as possible. And they all use all kinds of tricks, in particular, lenses, tons of makeup, and plastic surgery. But what for? To shock the audience, to attract attention to their aliens appearance, to get more subscribers, and perhaps, make appearance a profitable business.
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