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SkyGod By Frank Babylon, Ken Kamikaze, Jack Mambo
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SKY GOD The world of Fantasia has long existed under the dark shadow of the terrifying sky god. Many realms ,kingdoms, and even entire continents have perished as a result of the sky gods fury at... More > the imbalance of power within the world of Fantasia for when there are far too many6 darklords or noble kings that rule over the lands, the sky god will devastate whole parts of Fantasia in order to restore this delicate balance. But a motley group of fantasy characters have since decided to control their own fate as well as spare their fellow Fantasians from the sky gods wrath by vanquishing powerful darklords and noble kings before they end up disrupting the delicate balance of power in Fantasia that might awaken the fury of the dreaded sky god. These are their adventures…< Less
From the Words of Angels and Ancient Book of Jika - On the drama of Initiation in the Atlantean Age and our Hidden Genesis By Christine Preston
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This work unravels the great mysteries of the Bible and ancient civilization. In introducing her disclosures Christine Preston reveals the meaning of Trees in Scripture as being in connection with... More > Initiation in the Old World. The latter being the Atlantis of Plato, she reveals original "sin" as a misuse of power by Atlanteans influenced by "Wise Serpents," who opposed spiritual evolution. She discusses divine-human intermarriages and provides a solution for the fact that the Watchers parallel to the Sons of God of Genesis are depicted as evil, by disclosing a secondary scenario in Enoch that is illustrated by the Ancient Book of Jika.< Less
Peeps At Many Lands: Wales By E. M. Wilmot-Buxton
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When the Romans conquered Britain, they found the hardest part of their task lay in that northwestern part of the island which is now called Wales. The people were more uncivilized than the Britons... More > of the south-east, but they knew how to fight to the death; and the Roman writer paints for us a vivid picture of the grim lines of warriors, urged on by the cries of wild women dancing a witch-dance in the van, and by the words of the white-robed, ivy-crowned Druids, who called down the curses of the sky-god upon the Roman foe.< Less

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