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Ancient By Klaudio Zic
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Default mind being binary and non-analytical, it was nevertheless postulated that it still contains “ancient magick”, a silent force that e.g. helps one survive through accidents, when... More > the analytical mind collapses. This is untrue or at least gorgeously imprecise in a postulate, since default mind can perform no magick deeds at all. The Ancient was merely mistaken for the bogeyman at the bottom of the school bus, where in fact it is the driver behind the wheel!< Less
Gilgamesh: The Ancient Epic, Tablets 1-4 By Eric Quinn
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The world's oldest extended story, the Epic of Gilgamesh tells the adventures of the king of the ancient city, Uruk. Born more divine than human, Gilgamesh must accept his fate: he will die. To ease... More > his isolation, the gods send him a companion, Enkidu, and together the two heroes undertake mighty deeds. Then Enkidu dies, and Gilgamesh abandons his royal duties and goes in search of eternal life. This volume tells the first third of the Epic, up until the heroes' arrival at the Cedar Mountain. This new edition, rendered into verse by Eric Quinn, fills in the gaps still remaining in the original materials and concentrates on telling the story as a story, while bringing out the Epic's hidden theme: the struggle between men and women for power. Full of astounding characters and situations, gripping in its intensity, this is a story not to be missed.< Less
GIVE! By Marc Michaels
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An analysis of the biblical commandment to support the poor with particular reference to the Tannaitic interpretation in Sifre to D’varim 15:7-11 Ts’dakah - the giving of charity, or... More > more properly acting righteously to another person to relieve them of a the burden of poverty is not merely a ‘nice thing to do that gives you a warm fuzzy feeling’ but according to Torah is a commandment. Discover how the ancient rabbis applied the Torah law to their own time and what lessons we might learn today about how best to ... GIVE! (10% of the profits on this book will be given to Ts'dakah)< Less
GIVE! By Marc Michaels
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An analysis of the biblical commandment to support the poor with particular reference to the Tannaitic interpretation in Sifre to D’varim 15:7-11 Ts’dakah - the giving of charity, or... More > more properly acting righteously to another person to relieve them of a the burden of poverty is not merely a ‘nice thing to do that gives you a warm fuzzy feeling’ but according to Torah is a commandment. Discover how the ancient rabbis applied the Torah law to their own time and what lessons we might learn today about how best to ... GIVE! (10% of the profits on this book will be given to Ts'dakah)< Less
Memoirs of a Barkeep By David Spartan
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Nikolai documents the deeds of his parents and himself in an attempt to understand how, through the events of his past, he has become the man he is. He tries to leave a legacy for those who come... More > after him.< Less
World’s Famous 10 Epics-I: The Epic of Gilgamesh By e-Kitap Projesi
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The world's oldest extended story, the Epic of Gilgamesh tells the adventures of the king of the ancient city, Uruk. Born more divine than human, Gilgamesh must accept his fate: he will die. The gods... More > send him a companion, Enkidu, and together two heroes undertake mighty deeds. Then Enkidu dies, and Gilgamesh abandons his royal duties and goes in search of eternal life. The Epic of Gilgamesh is, perhaps, the oldest written story on Earth. It comes to us from Ancient Sumeria, and was originally written on 12 clay tablets in cunieform script. It is about the adventures of the historical King of Uruk. The translator chose to eliminate Tablet XII for personal reasons, with support from many literary, archaeological, and linguistic experts because it appears to be more of a sequel to the first 11 tablets, containing a story about Enkidu volunteering to retrieve some objects. This translation is based on the "standard" Akkadian "edition", but is filled in with excerpts from the Old Babylonian where necessary.."< Less
Memoirs of a Barkeep By David Spartan
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Nikolai documents the deeds of his parents and himself in an attempt to understand how, through the events of his past, he has become the man he is. He tries to leave a legacy for those who come... More > after him.< Less
The Honour of Rome By Mark Lord
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For Flavius there is only one way to return honour to his family name - glorious deeds done in battle and his own death. The Roman army in Macedonia is on the verge of a great victory that will... More > finally give it control of Greece. But for Flavius, who has become a pariah back in Rome, the battle is a chance to win his name respect. 'The Honour of Rome' is an Historical Fiction short story. Also includes a free bonus short story: Chivalry: A Jake Savage Adventure< Less
Finishing the Mysteries of Gods and Symbols - Volume 0 By Seven Star Hand
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Here is comprehensive proof that the symbolism of many ancient texts, canons, and concepts is an advanced and extremely ancient spiritual and philosophical technology that predates all extant... More > religions and mystery schools. Consequently, here is proof, beyond disproof, that all three so-called Faiths of Abraham are purposeful deceptions. Accordingly, related esoterica, mystery schools, and the New Age are rife with error caused by undue reliance upon the assertions of these religions and their leaders. This book presents proof that ancient prophets opposed religion and wisely never trusted religious leaders. As validation of this, they redundantly encoded stunning proof throughout pivotal symbolic narratives and concepts. The ancient sages and prophets hid vital secrets from religious leaders. When these decoded details are compared to the history, words, and deeds of these religions and their leaders, they finally prove the truth about many long-hidden things.< Less
Brood of the Witch-Queen By Sax Rohmer
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The strange deeds of Antony Ferrara, as herein related, are intended to illustrate certain phases of Sorcery as it was formerly practised (according to numerous records) not only in Ancient Egypt but... More > also in Europe, during the Middle Ages. In no case do the powers attributed to him exceed those which are claimed for a fully equipped Adept.< Less