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2014 Shift - Sextans Valentine Moons By Klaudio Zic
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)=( For 5000 years, no one kept a check on the eastern horizon, and they called themselves horoscope-makers. Horoskopein is one who keeps an astral eye on the horizon. Precession went by, but... More > nothing changes in default mind. Once frozen, misinformation becomes tradition. CHINA AND EGYPT Larger China – including Sikkim, Tibet and Mongolia – kept a fair check upon e.g. the equatorial skies. Egypt faithfully recorded the stars. The so-called primitive tribes are free from error; nowadays known as e.g. aborigines, Cherokee, Navajo or Hopi.< Less
Breve Historia de Chinggis Khaan.- By JOSE MANUEL MOSQUERA
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Después de escribir el libro GERB DE MONGOLIA, en el que trataba la historia genealógica del Gran Chinggis Khaan, hasta llegar al actual Jefe de su Dinastía, el Príncipe... More > Perev Oidov Davaanyam, surgía en muchas conversaciones un gran desconocimiento de la historia del Gran Khan por parte de los contertulios. En nuestros Institutos y Escuelas, su figura no se estudia mucho en el sentido de gran estratega y general, solo se menciona el miedo, que en el inconsciente colectivo surge cuando se habla del pueblo Mongol. En el año 2009, escribí en mi blog, una reseña de datos importantes de Chinggis, más tarde la misma fue publicada – como siempre en diferentes blog -, gracias a Tngri, había sido recogida en un libro, que hoy recupero en su segunda edición, más detallada para todos los interesados. Con la intención de que sirva para conocer algo más de la Historia que cambió el mundo conocido.< Less
Ningxia Sights By Wang Baolao
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Ningxia is situated in the northwest part of China and by the upper and middle reach of the Yellow River, near the Helan Mountain in the north and Liupanshan Mountain in the south. The whole land... More > runs low from south to north, with the average altitude of more than 1,000 meters and Yellow River crossing her northern part. Her northern part is the plain area irrigated by Yellow River, while her southern part, mountain area with access to the Loess Plateau. She borders Shaanxi on the east, Inner Mongolia on the north and Gansu on the southwest. The total area of Ningxia is 66,400 square kilometers, with 5 cities and 20 counties under its government. By the end of 2006 the population is 6.037 million, of which one third is Hui.< Less
ningxia Sights By Wang Baolao
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Ningxia is situated in the northwest part of China and by the upper and middle reach of the Yellow River, near the Helan Mountain in the north and Liupanshan Mountain in the south. The whole land... More > runs low from south to north, with the average altitude of more than 1,000 meters and Yellow River crossing her northern part. Her northern part is the plain area irrigated by Yellow River, while her southern part, mountain area with access to the Loess Plateau. She borders Shaanxi on the east, Inner Mongolia on the north and Gansu on the southwest. The total area of Ningxia is 66,400 square kilometers, with 5 cities and 20 counties under its government. By the end of 2006 the population is 6.037 million, of which one third is Hui.< Less
Qinghai Sights By Wang Baolao
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Qinghai Province, “Qing” for short, is located in the northeastern part of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau in Western China. It named after Qinghai Lake, the largest inland salt-water lake in... More > China. With an area of 722,000 square kilometers, Qinghai Province has a total population of 5.5 million. With the capital of Xining, it has jurisdiction over eight prefectures or cities: Xining City, Haidong Prefecture, Haibei, Huangnan, Hainan, Guoluo and Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefectures and Haixi Mongolia-Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. Besides the Han, over 40 ethnic groups, such as Tibetan, Hui, Salar and Mongolian minorities, also live here. The population of minorities accounts for 46.32% of the total, thus it has become one of the multi-nationality provinces.< Less
Central Asia in 1993: When the Silk Road Reopened By Richard Pomfret
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On Christmas Day 1991 the Soviet Union disappeared, and five unprepared Central Asian republics became nation states. In December 1992 the author was seconded to the United Nations as an economic... More > advisor to the five countries and to Azerbaijan and Mongolia, which were also in transition from central planning. This book tells the story of the following year in Central Asia. The Central Asian oases were key points on the silk road from China to West Asia and to Europe, until maritime explorers opened up sea routes that led to several centuries of decline in the region. Conquered by Russia in the nineteenth century and under Communism isolated from the world in the twentieth century, the early 1990s brought dramatic new challenges for the people in the midst of economic and political chaos. The rich history, Islamic traditions and uncertain future made 1993 an interesting year in Central Asia.< Less
The Hominoid Encounter By B Seshadri
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Over the past century a mass of evidence has surfaced on the possible survival of one or more forms of man-like primates, ‘relict hominoids’, in the more inaccessible parts of the world.... More > There are documented sightings by explorers, supplemented by travellers’ observations, affirmations by people living in the wild regions, & a host of other clues. The accumulated material favours two, maybe three, strange human-like creatures - the Almas in the wastes & high mountains of west Mongolia and beyond in Central Asia, the Yeti in the middle & snow-clad heights of the Himalayas, and the Sasquatch in the mountainous forests of the Pacific north-west & the Florida swamps of North America. The story in this book is founded on the recorded & oral history of the Almas and on the assumption that it exists. It also describes the perils of a journey of a young explorer who goes in its search, his triumph when he is on the eve of discovery, and the deadly consequences for both pursuer and pursued for mistakes made.< Less
The Hominoid Encounter By B Seshadri
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Over the past century a mass of evidence has surfaced on the possible survival of one or more forms of man-like primates, ‘relict hominoids’, in the more inaccessible parts of the world.... More > There are documented sightings by explorers, supplemented by travellers’ observations, affirmations by people living in the wild regions, & a host of other clues. The accumulated material favours two, maybe three, strange human-like creatures - the Almas in the wastes & high mountains of west Mongolia and beyond in Central Asia, the Yeti in the middle & snow-clad heights of the Himalayas, and the Sasquatch in the mountainous forests of the Pacific north-west & the Florida swamps of North America. The story in this book is founded on the recorded & oral history of the Almas and on the assumption that it exists. It also describes the perils of a journey of a young explorer who goes in its search, his triumph when he is on the eve of discovery, and the deadly consequences for both pursuer and pursued for mistakes made.< Less
F. S. Brereton, Collection By F. S. Brereton
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Frederick Sadleir Brereton (5 August 1852 – 12 August 1957) was a decorated soldier and an author of children's books. In this ebook: With Wellington in Spain, A Story of the Peninsula, On the... More > Road to Bagdad, A Story of Townshend's Gallant Advance on the Tigris, Under the Chinese Dragon, A Tale of Mongolia, How Canada was Won, A Tale of Wolfe and Quebec, The Great Airship, A Tale of Adventure. In the grip of the Mullah, A tale of adventure in Somaliland, With Rifle and Bayonet, A Story of the Boer War, Indian and Scout, A Tale of the Gold Rush to California, A Gallant Grenadier, A Tale of the Crimean War, Roger the Bold, A Tale of the Conquest of Mexico, A Boy of the Dominion, A Tale of Canadian Immigration, The Hero of Panama, With Joffre at Verdun, A Story of the Western Front, Under the Star-Spangled Banner, A Tale of the Spanish-American War, With Wolseley to Kumasi, A Tale of the First Ashanti War, King of Ranleigh, A School Story.< Less
Doc Savage: The Ice Genius By Will Murray et al.
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When archaeologist Johnny Littlejohn discovers an armored warrior frozen in a Mongolian ice cave, he opens a Pandora's box, unleashing humanity’s greatest scourge upon the 20th... More > century.

 For inscribed in the ice encasing this creature are these terrible words, “If I still lived, mankind would tremble!"

 Rushing to the scene of this tremendous discovery, Doc Savage and his men discover to their horror that the situation is already spiraling out of control. A monster has been turned loose upon the world. Can the Man of Bronze return him to the frosty hell from which he came?

 From New York to Inner Mongolia, the action sprawls across half the globe, as an alliance of despots and determined world conquerors brew up a catastrophe for all mankind.< Less

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