A gift to you for my B'Day! Enjoy! <3
A gift to you for my B'Day! Enjoy! <3
A bounty hunter in over his head.
Xin knows how to look out for himself, and he knows when something sounds too good to be true. But a forgotten planet filled with riches is too tempting to pass up. Fortunately Xin also knows someone who can back him up - if he doesn't arrest Xin first.
A government agent who's lost hope.
Jonathan Gray used to believe in a better future. Now he's not so sure. Then Xin walks in, with his dark eyes and maddening smirk, and Jonathan feels like he's waking up for the first time in months. Well, parts of him at least. He knows Xin is trouble, but when trouble looks this good it's impossible to resist.
Two men. One dangerous planet. To survive they need to trust each other - too bad neither of them does trust.
Took me ages but couldn't resist, going through the sounds, images, symbols, one by one, comparing three ancient scripts of the most amazing Rosetta Stone!!!
Seeing the Rossetta Stone online, I went into the exploration of the sound Č, the most amazing hidden H, of our beloved sacred / secret Ya-Ho-Wa story The God Vibration. A starting point for understanding our ancestors ancient wisdom is that according to our sages, the Human (Čovek in Slavic) is the meeting place of Heaven and Earth, for many represented as the number 10, symbolically depicted as the cross, and during the journey to the enlightenment going back towards God, or Theos... On this journey of Tao sent forth by Chi as the three folded manifestation of frequencies through the methaphysics of sounds. The Tao of Logos was lost within the Mystery of Babylon Tower for some of the generations, yet for the consciousness researchers who wish to demistify the magic and explore esotheric teachings, here we go again...
Around one hundred years ago, at the Nuzi site of northern Babylon, an egged shaped envelope with forty nine pebbles inscribed with Cuneiform inscription describing the herd of goats and lambs, was found. We now only have the record of the archaeologist Schmandt-Bessart describing the excavation published in 1992. It wasn't until much later that the Archaeologists of our little planet have challenged the description of the pebbles and symbols found on the site. In the eighties, identical small clay artefacts were found at Near Eastern Neolithic sites. Archeological Findings of Neolithic Europe,
"DatDas organizes a catalogue of 5,421 actual signs. These are recorded from a corpus of 1,178 inscriptions composed of two or more signs and 971 inscribed artifacts (some finds have two or more inscriptions).”
“Stamps carrying spirals, zigzags, crosses, and dots decorated storage vessels, hearth rims, frying pans and exported pottery.” Younger, 1992.
Nea Nikomedia clay seals assemblage consists of almost all the shapes and 10 of 21 ornaments that have circulated in the Balkans in the Early Neolithic period. The archeologists can not as yet decifer the messages passed with these stamps conecting the settlements within a hundreds or even more than a thousand kilometres. The symbols were associated with prestigious locations or items within the sites.
I honestly don´t know what to make of this book. I´m not even sure I particularly liked it. It feels like I didn´t get the insight into the topic that I would have wanted to get from this book.
I would have loved to understand why people feel the need to climb mountains and it´s not a sufficient answer for me to say that they climb because of the beauty of the scenery or that they expand their mind by doing so. This might have applied to people, who have lived 200 years ago, but I can´t buy this for mountaineers nowadays.
The tag line of this book says "A History of Fascination" and this pretty much sums up what this book is. A history of mankinds fascination for the mountains, written from a very British point of view (I swear, almost every person he writes about has been from the British Isles).
One of the thing I found intersting in this book, is MacFarlane´s discussion of perception and how people perceive the mountain from far away in contrast to the harsh reality of the real thing. Unfortunately this just wasn´t enough to make me like this book more than I did.
Page count: 279 pages = $ 3.00