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ANUNNAKI ULEMA SECRET OF LONGEVITY. Never Look Your Age By Maximillien De Lafayette
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ANUNNAKI ULEMA SECRET OF LONGEVITY. Never Look Your Age. Published by Times Square Press. New York. The Anunnaki’s primordial interaction with the early human beings in Phoenicia, Mesopotamia... More > and Sumer created the longevity of many kings in the Near/Middle East, as well as the Biblical Patriarchs. If longevity enables us to live many long years but also allows our body to age, then “longevity is worthless” said Ulema Wu Lin. And he added: “We should live many many years, but we should stay and look young…not older than 37, otherwise no reason to live longer just to get older, and ending up losing our youth…we have to stay as young as possible, and look as young as possible…” Is it possible? The Ulema said yes. Some of their Kira’ats will show us how to stay young and look 37 for the rest of our life!< Less
Explanation of Babylonian,Sumerian,Assyrian,Ugaritic,Phoenician Seals & Slabs By Maximillien De Lafayette
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PUBLISHED BY TIMES SQUARE PRESS. It was said, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” True, very true! But what if a picture is hard to understand or does not explain what we are looking... More > at? This happens when the inscriptions on or under the pictures or illustrations are written in a language we do not understand, such as Cuneiform, Ugaritic, Akkadian, Sumerian, Phoenician, and similar writing systems of the ancient Middle and Near East. In addition, there are thousands of slabs, cylinder seals, tablets, and obelisks of ancient and/or vanished civilizations, which are hard to decipher. And in many instances, no pertaining inscriptions or texts were ever provided to explain what the statues, figurines, slabs and tablets represent. This book was written in order to deal with and to explain these concerns and to provide the readers with sufficient guidance and explanation of major archaeological finds and monuments ranging from a figurine to a massive edifice.< Less
V.2 Explanation of Ur,Sumer,Babylon,Mesopotamia,Assyria Artifacts,Architecture,Archeology,Seals & Slabs By Maximillien De Lafayette
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Volume 2 from a set of 2. It was said, "A picture is worth a thousand words." True, but what if a picture is hard to understand or does not explain what we are looking at? This happens... More > quite often in the vast literature and history of ancient civilizations. Especially, when the inscriptions on or under the pictures or illustrations are written in a language we do not understand, such as Cuneiform, Ugaritic, Akkadian, Sumerian, Phoenician, and similar writing systems of the ancient Middle and Near East. In addition, there are thousands of slabs, cylinder seals, tablets, and obelisks of ancient and/or vanished civilizations, which are hard to decipher. This book was written in order to deal with and to explain all these concerns, and especially to provide the readers with sufficient guidance, translation and explanation of major archeological finds, ranging from a figurine to a massive monument.< Less
Explanation of Ur,Sumer,Babylon,Mesopotamia,Assyria Artifacts,Architecture,Archeology,Seals & Slabs By Maximillien De Lafayette
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Volume 1 from a set of 2. It was said, "A picture is worth a thousand words." True, but what if a picture is hard to understand or does not explain what we are looking at? This happens... More > quite often in the vast literature and history of ancient civilizations. Especially, when the inscriptions on or under the pictures or illustrations are written in a language we do not understand, such as Cuneiform, Ugaritic, Akkadian, Sumerian, Phoenician, and similar writing systems of the ancient Middle and Near East. In addition, there are thousands of slabs, cylinder seals, tablets, and obelisks of ancient and/or vanished civilizations, which are hard to decipher. This book was written in order to deal with and to explain all these concerns, and especially to provide the readers with sufficient guidance, translation and explanation of major archeological finds, ranging from a figurine to a massive monument.< Less
Toward A NATO of The Gulf? The Challenges of Collective Defense Within The GCC By Jean-Loup Samaan
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The stability of the Gulf remains a priority of U.S. national security interests. Because of its importance both politically and economically, the region is and should likely remain a critical area... More > for U.S. Armed Forces in the near future. But if for a long time, the Gulf Arab kingdoms seemed to be passive actors of their own region―leaving either Iran, Iraq, or Western powers to shape the power plays―they now reached an unprecedented level of strategic ambition. As evidenced by their active diplomatic agendas in the Middle East and their increased military involvement in regional crises, the members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) are now players that matter. Does this mean that the GCC could become a credible regional organization enforcing collective security in the Peninsula? For years, this has been a dream that even the most optimistic planners of the U.S. Department of Defense considered distant, if not farfetched.< Less
Pillars of the Past Volume Two By Charles Ginenthal
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Pillars of the Past, Vol. II, continues and enlarges the analysis that began in the previous volume. Here we surprisingly discover that astronomy ties the Old Babylonians directly to Persian times. ... More > Furthermore, the astronomical basis for dating the Neo-Assyrians also places them in the Persian Era along with several other forms of evidence. Technological evidence from digs in Mesopotamia that had been originally dated to the second millennium B.C. indicate that these sites must be moved into the first. Stratigraphical concepts used to support the established chronology are examined and are shown to be so erroneous that these concepts must be dropped. Multiple lines of evidence play roles in unraveling the long chronology and uphold the revisions of Gunnar Heinsohn, Emmet J. Sweeney, and Lynn E. Rose. The metallurgy of gold, silver, and various forms of bronze tells the same story. The chronology of the ancient Near East is shown to require a drastic revision.< Less
Pillars of the Past, Vol. I By Charles Ginenthal
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Pillars of the Past explores, through studies based primarily on scientific and technological evidence, the chronology of the ancient Near East. This evidence indicates that the historians and... More > archaeologists have invented over 1500 years of history that simply never existed. The evidence includes astronomical Sothic dating, radiocarbon dating, pottery dating, tin bronze production, iron metallurgy as it relates to cutting diorite and other hard rock. In addition, erosion of Egyptian monuments along with agronomy and soil salinization, climatology, agriculture, as well as archaeological and geological stratigraphy all support the conclusion that at least 1500 years of ancient history are a mirage. Glass development, domestication of the horse and ass, Hebrew, Greek, and Hittite linguistics, forensic studies of the teeth of ancient peoples prove that this millennium and a half or more are historical fiction.< Less
Voyages In Search of the North-West Passage By Richard Hakluyt
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Voyages In Search of the North-West Passage by Richard Hakluyt. As preface to Richard Hakluyt’s records of the first endeavour of our bold Elizabethan mariners to find North-West Passage to... More > the East, let me repeat here that old voyage of mine from No. 55 of “Household Words,” dated the 12th of April, 1851: The Phantom is fitted out for Arctic exploration, with instructions to find her way, by the north-west, to Behring Straits, and take the South Pole on her passage home. Just now we steer due north, and yonder is the coast of Norway. From that coast parted Hugh Willoughby, three hundred years ago; the first of our countrymen who wrought an ice-bound highway to Cathay. Two years afterwards his ships were found, in the haven of Arzina, in Lapland, by some Russian fishermen; near and about them Willoughby and his companions—seventy dead men.< Less
History of Kershaw's Brigade By D. Augustus Dickert
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The name of Kershaw's Brigade of South Carolinians is familiar to all who wore the gray and saw hard fighting on the fields of Virginia, in the swamps of Carolina and the mountains of Tennessee. This... More > was "the First Brigade of the First Division of the First Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia," and many of its members volunteered for service before the first gun was fired at the Star of the West, while its ragged regimental remnants laid down their arms at Greensboro not till the 2d of May, 1865, nearly a month after the fateful day of Appomattox. Its history is a history of the war, for, as will he seen, there were few pitched battles in the East that did not call forth its valor. The chief merit of Captain Dickert's book is that it presents the gay and bright, as well as the grave side of the Confederate soldier's experience. It is full of anecdote and incident and repartee. Such quips and jests kept the heart light and the blood warm beneath many a tattered coat.< Less
Morocco Leadership and Governance By Dylan Brake
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Morocco Leadership and Governance, Morocco Economy, Morocco Islamist Political strength. A History Book of information on Morocco. In the aftermath of the Morocco 2016 general elections, the general... More > population, alongside observers, are wandering in post-electoral mayhem. With the freshly reelected conservative Islamist Justice and Development Party (PJD), Moroccans have shown their forgetfulness of the recent past and their lack of faith in any real change occurring in the near future. Thus a look back at the previous election cycle and the five years of PJD government is de rigueur to understand what has happened to a country that only five years ago had wanted a different future for itself. Back in 2011, when hope took over the minds of the disenfranchised, struggling and forgotten silent majority of authoritarian regimes in the Middle East and North Africa.....< Less

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