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The Bible in India By Louis Jacolliot
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The Bible in India; Hindoo origin of Hebrew and Christian revelation. Translated from La Bible dans l’Inde by Louis Jacolliot. CONTENTS: Author's Preface -- The Voices of India -- India's... More > Relation to Antiquity -- Moses or Moïse and Hebrew Society -- The Hindoo Genesis, The Virgin Devanguy and Jezeus Christna -- Hindoo Origin of the Christian Idea. Reproduction of 19th Century Edition.< Less
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The Bible in India; Hindoo origin of Hebrew and Christian revelation. Translated from La Bible dans l’Inde by Louis Jacolliot. CONTENTS: Author's Preface -- The Voices of India -- India's... More > Relation to Antiquity -- Moses or Moïse and Hebrew Society -- The Hindoo Genesis, The Virgin Devanguy and Jezeus Christna -- Hindoo Origin of the Christian Idea. Reproduction of 19th Century Edition.< Less
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The Bible in India; Hindoo origin of Hebrew and Christian revelation. Translated from La Bible dans l’Inde by Louis Jacolliot. CONTENTS: Author's Preface -- The Voices of India -- India's... More > Relation to Antiquity -- Moses or Moïse and Hebrew Society -- The Hindoo Genesis, The Virgin Devanguy and Jezeus Christna -- Hindoo Origin of the Christian Idea. Reproduction of 19th Century Edition.< Less
The Way! the Prophetic Messianic Voice to the Path of the Edenic Kingdom Redemption By Rabbi Shalomim Y. Halahawi
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Rabbi Shalomim Halahawi, under the ancient prophetic Hebrew spirit, gives what might be the most comprehensive History, Theology, Anthropology and Spiritual-Prophetic teachings concerning the... More > origins, evolutions and doctrines of Ancient Israelite culture and faith. Everything you thought you knew about the Plan of Yahwah or Israelite beliefs and practices, could very well be systematically unlearned if you pick up this book and read it. From the beginning of Eden and the development of the Eternal Covenants passed down from generation to generation, to the establishment of the Sacred Holy Days , to the lineage of Messiahs and the True New Covenant that your church and synagogue never told you about, to the missing link of the origins of the Ethnic Israelite peoples and their cultural practices, your eyes will stay wide open in amazement and intrigue as you take a touristic ride into what will feel like a whole new ancient world you never knew existed.< Less
Scottish Ghost Stories By Elliott O'Donnell
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Scottish Ghost Stories is a spine-tingling collection of Scotland's most famous ghost stories, including Glamis Castle, The Hindoo Child, The Hauntings of Hennersley, Jane of George Street and many... More > more.< Less
Scottish Ghost Stories By Elliott O'Donnell
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Scottish Ghost Stories is a spine-tingling collection of Scotland's most famous ghost stories, including Glamis Castle, The Hindoo Child, The Hauntings of Hennersley, Jane of George Street and many... More > more.< Less
Top 100 Classics: The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana By Vatsyayana
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While the introduction will bear with the evidence concerning the date of the writing, and the commentaries written upon it, the chapters following the introduction will give a translation of the... More > work itself. It is, however, advisable to furnish here a brief analysis of works of the same nature, prepared by authors who lived and wrote years after Vatsya had passed away, but who still considered him as a great authority, and always quoted him as the chief guide to Hindoo erotic literature.< Less
A CONTRIBUTION TO THE HISTORY OF THE LOST WORD By JF Garrison
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A Contribution to the History of the Lost Word by the Rev. J. F. Garrison, M.D. (1889). HISTORY OF THE LOST WORD — ANXIETY OF THE ANCIENTS TO KNOW THE TRUE NAME — ITS PRESUMED POWERS... More > — THE TARGUMS — THE SACRED WORD TRACED TO THE JEWS — JEHOVAH, OR J. H. V. H. — SUBSTITUTE — PRONUN CIATION OF THE TRUE NAME LOST — HOW RECEIVED BY THE HIGH-PRIEST — SCRIPTURES READ IN THE JEWISH SYNAGOGUES — TEMPLE FOR THE NAME — QUEEN OF SHEBA VISITS SOLOMON TO OBTAIN THE “WORD” — IT IS CONCEALED IN A ROD — ITS POTENCY — HINDOO OMNIFIC WORD — TETRAGRAMMATON — ESSENES: HOW CONSTITUTED — EAGERNESS TO OBTAIN THE DIVINE NAME — ABRAXAS — THE GNOSTICS — CABALA — POINT WITHIN A CIRCLE — THE YOD — LIGHT — JEWISH WISDOM, STRENGTH, AND BEAUTY — JEHOVAHS IN TRIANGLES — THREE LIGHTED CANDLES — IMPORTANCE OF CAREFUL EXAMINATION OF THIS SUBJECT.< Less
Indian Fairy Tales By JOSEPH JACOBS, JOHN D. BATTEN
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FROM the extreme West of the Indo-European world, we go this year to the extreme East. From the soft rain and green turf of Gaeldom, we seek the garish sun and arid soil of the Hindoo. In the Land of... More > Ire, the belief in fairies, gnomes, ogres and monsters is all but dead; in the Land of Ind it still flourishes in all the vigour of animism. Soils and national characters differ; but fairy tales are the same in plot and incidents, if not in treatment. The majority of the tales in this volume have been known in the West in some form or other, and the problem arises how to account for their simul-taneous existence in farthest West and East. Some--as Benfey in Germany, M. Cosquin in France, and Mr. Clouston in England--have declared that India is the Home of the Fairy Tale, and that all European fairy tales have been brought from thence by Crusaders, by Mongol missionaries, by Gipsies, by Jews, by traders, by travellers.< Less
Indian Fairy Tales By JOSEPH JACOBS, JOHN D. BATTEN
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FROM the extreme West of the Indo-European world, we go this year to the extreme East. From the soft rain and green turf of Gaeldom, we seek the garish sun and arid soil of the Hindoo. In the Land of... More > Ire, the belief in fairies, gnomes, ogres and monsters is all but dead; in the Land of Ind it still flourishes in all the vigour of animism. Soils and national characters differ; but fairy tales are the same in plot and incidents, if not in treatment. The majority of the tales in this volume have been known in the West in some form or other, and the problem arises how to account for their simul-taneous existence in farthest West and East. Some--as Benfey in Germany, M. Cosquin in France, and Mr. Clouston in England--have declared that India is the Home of the Fairy Tale, and that all European fairy tales have been brought from thence by Crusaders, by Mongol missionaries, by Gipsies, by Jews, by traders, by travellers.< Less