Ancient Riddles 📜 in 2022

The beginning of eternity
The end of time and space
The beginning of every end,
And the end of every place.

At night they come without being fetched,
And by day they are lost without being stolen.

Runs over fields and woods all day
Under the bed at night sits not alone,
With long tongue hanging out,
A-waiting for a bone.

There was a green house.
Inside the green house there was a white house
Inside the white house there was a red house.
Inside the red house there were lots of babies.

I can be old or new, big or small, thick or thin. I contain information about all that is present in the entire world. I contain links to countless minds, worlds, adventures, universes, mysteries, and even mystical things. I am a place where things are out of the world and where imaginations are realities. People fill me with their thoughts, opinions, and life stories. Most children tend to think I’m boring, but there are only a few truly talented, out of this world, beautiful-minds who wait for me enthusiastically and when done with me, waits for my descendants. What am I?

This thing all things devours;

Birds, beasts, trees, flowers;

Gnaws iron, bites steel;

Grinds hard stones to meal;

Slays king, ruins town,

And beats mountain down.

As I was going to St. Ives,

I met a man with seven wives,

Each wife had seven sacks,

Each sack had seven cats,

Each cat had seven kits:

Kits, cats, sacks and wives,

How many were there going to St. Ives?

Mankind it mars, speech it hinders, yet speech it will inspire. What is it?

There are five houses, with five occupants, each with a different color house, different beverage of choice, different favorite brand of cigarette, and a unique pet. The goal is to figure out who owns the fish. Here is all the info you get:1) The Englishman lives in the red house.
2) The Swede keeps dogs.
3) The Dane drinks tea.
4) The green house is just to the left of the white one.
5) The owner of the green house drinks coffee.
6) The Pall Mall smoker keeps birds.
7) The owner of the yellow house smokes Dunhills.
8) The man in the center house drinks milk.
9) The Norwegian lives in the first house.
10) The Blend smoker has a neighbor who keeps cats.
11) The man who smokes Blue Masters drinks bier.
12) The man who keeps horses lives next to the Dunhill smoker.
13) The German smokes Prince.
14) The Norwegian lives next to the blue house.
15) The Blend smoker has a neighbor who drinks water.

A house based on a foundation like the skies. A house one has covered with a veil like a secret box. A house set on a base like a goose. One enters it blind but leaves it seeing. What is it?

Four hang, four sprang, two point the way, two to ward off dogs, one dangles after, always rather dirty. What am I?

I never was, am always to be,
No one ever saw me, nor ever will
And yet I am the confidence of all
To live and breathe on this terrestrial ball.

Thirty white horses on a red hill: first they champ, then they stamp, then they stand still.

What goes on four legs in the morning, on two legs at noon, and on three legs in the evening?

Why is a raven like a writing desk?

which person owns the pet fish?

The Brit lives in the red house.

The Swede has a pet dog.

The Dane drinks tea.

The green house is directly to the left of the white house.

The person in the green house drinks coffee.

The person who smokes Pall Mall has a pet bird.

The person in the yellow house smokes Dunhill cigars.

The person in the centre house drinks milk.

The Norwegian lives in the first house.

The person who smokes Blends lives next to the person with the pet cat.

The person with the pet horse lives next to the one who smokes Dunhill.

The person who smokes BlueMaster drinks beer.

The German smokes Prince.

The Norwegian lives next to the blue house.

The person who smokes Blends has a neighbour who drinks water.

This thing all things devours;

Birds, beasts, trees, flowers;

Gnaws iron, bites steel;

Grinds hard stones to meal;

Slays king, ruins town,

And beats mountain down.

My first displays the wealth and pomp of kings,

Lords of the earth! their luxury and ease.

Another view of man, my second brings,

Behold him there, the monarch of the seas!

There is a house. One enters it blind and comes out seeing. What is it?

Out of the eater, something to eat; out of the strong, something sweet.