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The Obelisk By Daniel Luther Jackson
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The people of the small Town of Bartonville wake up to find a strange excavation on their new neighbor's property. As events develop they discover their new neighbor is building a strange tower. The... More > local law enforcement, homeland security or the landowners are in a race against time to destroy the tower and save the planet.< Less
The Obelisk By Jay Bolland
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A world renowned archaeologist and her team are transported back in time and must find a way to return to the present. The people they meet in the past directly effect the outcome of the future.
The Obelisk By Jay Bolland
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A world renowned archaeologist and her team are transported back in time and must find a way to return to the present. The people they meet in the past directly effect the outcome of the future.
Cleopatra's needle a history of the London obelisk, with an exposition of the hieroglyphics By James King
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THE London Obelisk, as the monument standing on the Thames Embankment is now called, is by far the largest quarried stone in England ; and the mysterious-looking characters covering its four faces... More > were carved by workmen who were contemporaries of Moses and the Israelites during the time of the Egyptian Bondage.< Less
William H Vanderbilt's Gift of an Egyptian Obelisk: Cleopatra's Needle By Henry H Gorringe
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reprint of the NY section of an 1882 book on the Egypt Obelisk's. Many pictures from Egypt and its removal from Alexandria, the pictures of the ship and the sail to New York City and its erection.
William H Vanderbilt's Gift of an Egyptian Obelisk: Cleopatra's Needle By Henry H Gorringe
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reprint of the NY section of an 1882 book on the Egypt Obelisk's. Many pictures from Egypt and its removal from Alexandria, the pictures of the ship and the sail to New York City and its erection.
Istanbul - Sultanahmet By Claus & Dilek Liepke
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Istanbul - also known as "Byzantium" or "Constantinople" - was capital city of Byzantine emperors and Ottoman sultans. Sultanahmet, the historic center, is located on a peninsula... More > surrounded by the Sea of ​​Marmara and the Golden Horn. Parts of this fascinating open-air museum are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Hagia Sophia and the Hippodrome. Cover: Aerial view of historic peninsula Sultanahmet January: "Wishing Well" and "Column of Tears" in the Basilica Cistern February: Haseki Hürrem Steam Bath & Blue Mosque during snowy winter time March: German Fountain waiting for springtime to come April: Obelisk of Thutmose III with tulip blossoms May: Spring fever in Sultanahmet June: Grandeur of Blue Mosque July: Haseki Hürrem Steam Bath in a warm summer night August: Istanbul Handicrafts Center September: Aerial view of Sultanahmet October: Hagia Sophia above autumnal tree-tops November: Hippodrome and Blue Mosque at night December: Hagia Sophia - Mosaic with Christian topic< Less
Influence of the Phallic Idea in the Religions of Antiquity By C. Staniland Wake
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The first step in the inquiry is to ascertain the origin of the superstition in question. Faber ingeniously referred to a primitive universal belief in a great father, the curious connection seen to... More > exist between nearly all non-Christian mythologies, and he saw in phallic worship a degradation of this belief. Such an explanation as this is, however, not satisfactory; since, not only does it require the assumption of a primitive divine revelation, but proof is still wanting that all peoples have, or ever had, any such notion of a great parent of mankind as that supposed to have been revealed. And yet there is a valuable germ of truth in this hypothesis. The phallic superstition is founded essentially in the family idea. Captain Richard Burton recognized this truth when he asserted that "amongst all barbarians whose primal want is progeny, we observe a greater or less development of the phallic worship."< Less
He That Has an Ear, Let Him Hear By De Von Bell, Tiffany Duvernay
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This book goes beyond the “Law of Attraction” and explodes with factual discoveries about man's relationship with God, the universe and what we have been lead to believe about them. Like... More > never before, become empowered by this “Quantum Door Experience”. The connection between religion and politics has never been more clearly defined. The authors take you on a journey across the globe through an examination of religions in search of missing pieces to what many have simply excused as information that was never intended to be found. Is quantum manifestation important to you? “HE THAT HAS AN EAR, LET HIM HEAR” provides you with straight talk and touches on true replicable experiments on how to immediately manifest the things you want. So if you are up for a fact finding journey that will lead you to greater clarity of religion and spirituality, then read “HE THAT HAS AN EAR, LET HIM HEAR.”< Less
On Consecrated Ground: Volume 1 By Alex Gilmore et al.
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Someone asked me a question I thought I would better prepared for, in truth, I never thought it was a question I couldn’t answer. He asked me what scared me. I couldn’t answer him. Every... More > act of depravity imaginable has been written about, played out in theatre and movies and even done by people. These days you still see soccer mom’s and preacher’s children cringe at the sight of blood, but every teenager and adolescent is so desensitized to violence and gore that nothing is left to scare them. We’ve moralized and made fiction of every beast and lore of legend and myth. The things that go bump in the night have been banished to the dark of deep woods and the lost places of world. City streets glow with neon and cars light our paths from one place to another. There are no skulking shadows following us home, only other people. In the hopes that there is a single person left in the world who remembers why we used to be afraid of the dark...I give you a collection of dark things.< Less