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I have heard an ever-burning lamp is actually in a museum in Netherland. Can't remember where, perhaps anyone knows?
but it's for the open-minded of course.
Hodgson wrote a 200-pages report, in which Blavatsky was described as one of the most gifted, ingenious and interesting impostors in history
Seems to me you are the one who have already formed an opinion without checking the facts.
In about 1540, during the Papacy of Paul III a burning lamp was found in a tomb on the Appian Way at Rome. The tomb was believed to belong to Tulliola, the daughter of Cicero. She died in 44 B.C. The lamp that had burned in the sealed vault for 1,550 years was extinguished when exposed to the air
Originally posted by Nygdan
I wonder if the stories of ever burning lamps in ancient times, from that webpage, are actually reports of encouters with zoroastrian sects, who will mainting 'eternal flames', allways protecting the fire, allways feeding it, for generations. I think that the idea is that their great prophet or god created a fire, and they've allways kept it burning.