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Kabbalah - Jewish mystical tradition based on Old Testament revelation.
Kap Dwa - A 12-foot tall two-headed giant, allegedly captured by Spanish sailors in 1673.
karma - In Hinduism and Buddhism, a fundamental concept that a person's thoughts and deeds determine the consequences of their afterlife and rebirth.
Kaz II - The Kaz II, dubbed "the ghost yacht", is a 9.8-metre catamaran which was found drifting 88 nmi (163 km) off of the northern coast of Australia on 18 April 2007. The fate of her three-man crew remains unknown, and the mysterious circumstances in which they disappeared have been compared to that of the Mary Celeste.
Kent State Trumbull Campus - In 1954, Kent State University initiated a cadet program to help the community overcome a critical shortage of elementary teachers. Thus the Kent State Trumbull Campus was born.
Kenyon College - Kenyon is the oldest private college in Ohio and was founded in 1824. Originally, Kenyon College was an all-male college whose main focus was to educate clergymen for frontier America. It soon however, became highly regarded for it's education. In 1969,
Kirlian photography - Named after Seymon Kirlian, a controversial technique to photograph a person's aura or biofield.
Klepper, Dee - Reincarnation: One day, Cece Klepper was driving with her young daughter, Dee, when Dee began screaming and she told her mother that this intersection was a dangerous place.
Krampus - In German-speaking Alpine folklore, Krampus is a horned, figure who punishes children during the Christmas season who have misbehaved.
kundalini - The energy of human consciousness which is normally dormant, lying near the root chakra at the base of the spine.

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