Moses had used a sacred staff to separate the waters of the Red Sea and strike water from a rock. Had there been something magical going on? Had there been rebus picture word puzzles in the abundant wealth of artwork related to the great prophet Moses?
Step aboard the enchanted mystery ship for a journey through the life events of Moses -- including the Hebrew prophet's Exodus from Egypt into the Promised Land. Utilizing an extravaganza of vibrant illustrations from history's most eminent artists, this book first highlights the fine ...
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The rebus pictogram secrets of the 'Book of Kells,' an ancient Insular Manuscript, are visible to those who will truly see. The revelations in this book about that text will push you out of your safe zone. Leonardo Da Vinci had stated that there are three types of people:... 'those who see, those who can be shown and those who will not see.' Find out which type you are by looking at the 'Book of Kells' through the unique perspective of this picture-based book.
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This picture-based book explores the rebus pictograms of the duo Sun Gods represented in the Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican codices. The comparative analysis to the Sun Gods in other ancient religions is shocking! This very popular book has been ranked #1 in Art Criticism in 2019. Available in paperback.
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The secrets of the 'Voynich Manuscript' are visible to those who will truly see. The revelations in this book about that text will push you out of your safe zone. Leonardo Da Vinci had stated that there are three types of people:... 'those who see, those who can be shown and those who will not see.' Find out which type you are by looking at the 'Voynich Manuscript' through the unique perspective of this book.
Find out why the internet is buzzing about this book's hot-button interpretation of the encrypted 'Voynich Manuscript'! This ...
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The Riddle of the Sphinx was an ancient paradox outlining the secret sacred geometry. Its wisdom was real.
Seeking real answers to the mystery of the Riddle of the Sphinx? Step aboard the enchanted mystery ship for a journey through the mysteries of the Sphinx--including a perspective on it being related to the Leo-Virgo prophecy amalgamation. The author provides a tight evidentiary argument for the Sphinx being a central part of the wisdom of the Philosophers' Stone. The readers embark upon a tour through widely varying perspectives ...
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A presidential assassination attempt in Venezuela. Repeated attacks on a Russian airbase in Syria. Strikes on oil tankers and airports in the Yemen conflict. Lethal small drones are already changing the world, and this is just the start. What happens next?
US Special Forces routinely use portable Switchblade killer drones in Afghanistan. ISIS drop grnades from modified consumer drones. Thousands of drones can already be flown together by a single operator.
Swarm Troopers tells the exciting and terrifying truth about the drone ...
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A compilation of essays from Medieval to Modern Times with special emphasis on the power of the Tsars, Ukraine and the Russian revolutionary movements. Sergei Eisenstein's early films are also written about in three separate essays.
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A shocking ancient secret.
The origins of western civilization discovered.
The Renaissance -- our most fundamental age of technological and artistic advance, was built upon a secret passed down to a banking family in Florence -- the Medici.
500 years ago that secret was buried.
Florence, Italy, present day. A trove of letters belonging to the Medici family is discovered underground. Archaeologist Kat Cullen comes across a map that leads her to the Swiss Alps where her partner is murdered and she is left for dead. Kat's husband, ...
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'I Remember When I Was Young' is a 400 page collection of half a century of personal memories. Beginning in the 1920s and ending with the 1960s, each chapter contains stories and recollections from individuals throughout the UK and abroad. A wide range of personal memories from childhood, early adulthood and later life.
Some recall humorous or emotional incidents unconnected with the world around them; others describe episodes that have a direct connection to the major events of the day. Written in a variety of styles, all recall a ...
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The first book in a tremendously exciting new mountain western from Weldon R. Shaw! This is "Lone Wolf: Book One."
Lone Wolf is a book for those who believe in true love and sacrifice for that one particular person they love. To love someone so much you are willing to die for them to ensure their safety. Lone Wolf unfolds in the rough time of the 1860's, in the wilderness of Montana, which had not been tamed as of yet. It was a time when people's lives were lived in the harshest elements and death was a reality.
The story unfolds ...
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Small sample of the Index:
Battle of Booneville,
Bethany Guest House
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This picture-based book decodes a significant part of the real meaning of the 'Voynich Manuscript.' Leonardo Da Vinci had hidden a number '31' in his works. This book is a synopsis of the evidence we uncovered on Da Vinci's hidden number '31' and REBUS picture words in regard to the 'Voynich Manuscript.' We pick apart the various rebus symbols and use a comparative analysis process to explain their meaning. The manuscript had been another angle on the many manifestations of the Philosophers' Stone and its encoded rebus picture words! ...
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"The prolonged slavery of woman is the darkest page in human history. A survey of the condition of the race through those barbarous periods, when physical force governed the world, when the motto, "might makes right," was the law, enables one to account, for the origin of woman's subjection to man without referring the fact to the general inferiority of the sex, or Nature's law. Writers on this question differ as to the cause of the universal degradation of woman in all periods and nations. One of the greatest minds of the century ...
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The labors of those who have edited these volumes are not only finished as far as this work extends, but if three-score years and ten be the usual limit of human life, all our earthly endeavors must end in the near future. After faithfully collecting material for several years, and making the best selections our judgment has dictated, we are painfully conscious of many imperfections the critical reader will perceive. But since stereotype plates will not reflect our growing sense of perfection, the lavish praise of friends as to the ...
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At the heart of this volume are three trials held in Athens in the fourth century BCE. The defendants were all women and in each case the charges involved a combination of ritual activities. Two were condemned to death. Because of the brevity of the ancient sources, and their lack of agreement, the precise charges are unclear, and the reasons for taking these women to court remain mysterious.
Envy, Poison, and Death takes the complexity and confusion of the evidence not as a riddle to be solved, but as revealing multiple social ...
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True tales (or so it was claimed) of subterranean journeys.
* King Herla in the cavern of the dwarfs
* Enkidu and his descent into Sheol
* Orpheus and Aeneas in Hades
* Sir Owen in Purgatory
* Cuchulain in Tir-nan-Og
* Reuben and the mikvah stairway
* Reverend Kirk and his abduction
* Richard Shaver and the Deros
* Saint-Yves d'Alveydre in Agharta
* Thomas the Rhymer in Fairyland
* Olaf Jansen and the polar opening
* Apollonius of Tyana in the Abode of the Wise Men
* Lobsang Rampa beneath the Himalayas
* Doreal and the ...
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A deliciously satirical attack on a money-mad society, Vanity Fair, which first appeared in 1847, is an immensely moral novel, and an immensely witty one. Called in its subtitle A Novel Without a Hero, Vanity Fair has instead two heroines: the faithful, loyal Amelia Sedley and the beautiful and scheming social climber Becky Sharp. It also engages a huge cast of wonderful supporting characters as the novel spins from Miss Pinkerton's academy for young ladies to affairs of love and war on the Continent to liaisons in the dazzling ...
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For centuries, Africa's Upper Guinea Coast region has been the site of regional and global interactions, with societies from different parts of the African continent and beyond engaging in economic trade, cultural exchange, and various forms of conflict. This book provides a wide-ranging look at how such encounters have continued into the present day, identifying the disruptions and continuities in religion, language, economics, and various other social phenomena that have resulted. These accounts show a region that, while still ...
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South Korea in the 1950s was home to a burgeoning film culture, one of the many "Golden Age cinemas" that flourished in Asia during the postwar years. Cold War Cosmopolitanism offers a transnational cultural history of South Korean film style in this period, focusing on the works of Han Hyung-mo, director of the era's most glamorous and popular women's pictures, including the blockbuster Madame Freedom (1956). Christina Klein provides a unique approach to the study of film style, illuminating how Han's films took shape within a "free ...
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