Our ignorance of history causes us to slander our own times”- Gustave Flaubert 

Historians, scholars and many notable men have written ample number of pages about historical events, yet there are millions of realities and incidents that are hidden and undiscovered. There are thousands of emotions and cognition which are lost with the ignorance of people. No one could ever get through them, therefore they are still unknown about the antiquities of the existence of the humankind.

Whenever there were conflicting analysis about a particular incident, scholars put up various theories and aspects about the conjuncture. People still don’t know who was Jack the Ripper or whether Richard III really killed the princess in the tower, but there are elements that contains all the deepest and darkest secrets of mankind.

The natural elements -soil, water, air, Sun, Moon and the silence of nature, holds the intricacies and details of each and every case that occured in the past.

” Whatever is affixed to the soil belongs to the soil”- Anglo- saxon law 

” All that belongs to soil flows with air that we breathe in ” 

Time is like water, we cannot touch the same water twice because the flow that has passed will never pass again. It will remain there in the flow of water but none will get a hold of it.

“Acts of injustice done between the setting sun and the rising sun was captured by the undecepted moon”

” The reality of faces couldn’t be covered under the grandeur of the Sun”

History is a mystery and will remain so forever because the art of communication with nature can’t be learned by any mortal.

SHREYA MISHRA 

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