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Sacred Mount Sinai or SHaRa Learning from Ancient Greece, Jerusalem, Jordan, Petra & Slavs about MoShe and Sacred H
Ama Dios: 9 AoL Consciousness Books Combined - Nataša Pantović Nuit

Sacred Mount Sinai or SHaRa

Learning from Ancient Greece, Jerusalem, Jordan, Petra & Sinai about MoShe and Sacred HSpiritualityPower of MindMindfulnessMantrasPoetryconsciousnessmeditation


by Natasa Pantović Nuit

When travelling through Greece this summer, I've visited Mount Olympus, once considered as the home of the Greek Gods of the Hellenistic World. In classical mythology, it is Mount Athos in Greece where the Thracian giant battled Poseidon,  of the Sea. Check Ancient Temples and Fire Stolen from Gods.


Greek NF MG 32, a palimpsest manuscript from the New Finds, St. Catherine's Monastery of the Sinai, Egypt.


Greek NF MG 32, a palimpsest manuscript from the New Finds, St. Catherine's Monastery of the Sinai, Egypt

Still considered very sacred, this area today hosts Christian Orthodox Monasteries and the Greek Sacred Mount called Hilandar, run by Serbian and Greek monks, hosting Orthodox Christian Monks from all over the world, accessable only to the male spiritual seakers. The God Vibration

Source: www.artof4elements.com/entry/258/sacred-mount-sinai-or-shara
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url 2019-06-28 10:49
Ama Dios - 9 consciousness books combined Amazon Free Weekend on the 28th of June 2019
Ama Dios: 9 AoL Consciousness Books Combined - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Spiritual Symbols With their Meanings - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Art of 4 Elements - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Mindful Eating with Delicious Raw Vegan Recipes - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Conscious Parenting Mindful Living Course for Parents - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Tree of Life - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Chanting Mantras with Best Chords - Nataša Pantović Nuit
A-Ma Alchemy of Love - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Conscious Creativity: Mindfulness Meditations - Nataša Pantović Nuit

Applying Quantum Physics to manifestation of Consciousness researching Ancient Psychological aspects of Alchemy & Chinese, Greek, Hindu Philosophers, the compilation of 9 AoL books: 2 fiction and 7 non-fiction explore Symbols, Mysticism, Arts, Creativity, Consciousness & Beauty:



21st Century Spiritual Renaissance

1. A-Ma by Nuit, Historical Fiction set in 17th Century China. A Mystical Journey of Portuguese, Chinese Consciousness Researchers, set in the Age of Enlightenment during the Dutch attack to Macao in 1622, the Reform of Chinese Calendar in 1630-s, with Father Adam Schall's appointment to the Chinese Board of Mathematicians during 1650-s, the witch hunt of a Shaman's African Goddess incarnated in China as Ama and her father Ottavio, a Portuguese Alchemist. Size: 244 pg, 6x9”
2. Art of 4 Elements: Exploring Alchemy through Poetry, Spiritual Four Elements Meditations, a Mystical Journey into Enlightenment through ancient mysteries and stories, by Nuit, Jason Lu, Christine Cutajar, Jeni Caruana. The 120 poems, written by Nuit, acted as an inspiration for the work of 3 artists. Size: 266 pg 8” x 10”
3. Mindful Eating with Delicious Raw Vegan Recipes, by Olivera Rosić .Designed with the best Alchemy of Love Mindful Eating Exercises and a collection of Delicious Raw Vegan Recipes. The Exercises help with over-eating, eating too often, eating too little, eating junk food, food allergies, etc. Size: 120 pg 6” x 9” 
4. Chanting Mantas with Best Chords by Nuit. With more than 50 mantras from all around the world, their spiritual meanings, lyrics and chords, it explores: Hindu Sacred Mantras; Buddhist Mantras; Sufi Chants; New-Consciousness Mantras in English. Size: 120 pg 6” x 9” 
5. Mindful Being towards Mindful Living Course is a 12 Modules Personal Growth Course full of "Green Life-Style" exercises including self improvement and spiritual questionnaires, soul’s diary, behavior pattern modification, relationship contracts, and many other daily self-growth transformation tools on Nutrition, Core Beliefs, Emotional Intelligence, Mind Power, Creative Thinking, Joy and Love. Year: 2015, Size: 187 pg 8” x 10”
6. Conscious Parenting: Mindful Living Course for Parents by Nuit and Ivana Milosavljević (Md Special Needs), a "Green-Lifestyle" Training designed for parents with plenty of Questionnaires and Family exercises. We explore the magic work with: Rhythm, Day-to-day Routine, Happy Family Structure, Cultivating Relationships, etc. We look into parenting goals, dreams, and creativity tools for kids. Size: 228 pg 8” x 10”
7. Tree of Life with Spiritual Poetry. A Novel by Nataša Pantović Nuitis set in Findhorn, UK as a Journey into the Field of Dreams that In various religious interpretations, within myths, and as a mystical concept represents the inter-connection of all life on our beautiful planet. The story becomes a true adoption story venturing into Africa, Ethiopia, Kenia, within the magic of four elements, four directions, four stages of Life. Size: 264 pg 6" x 9” 
8. Conscious Creativity: Mindfulness Meditations by Nuit, Developing both Left and Right Brain could be essential for Creative Thinkers of our Future. To purify mind we start with the consciousness that energy follows thoughts and we use Quantum Physics Logic within Consciousness Research of Taoism following Yin and Yang Universe Manifestations to enter Creative Flow. Year: 2017 Size: 96 pages, 6" x 9"
9. Spiritual Symbols with Their Meaning by Nuit. Our Holographic Universe resonates with the most amazing precision creating Realities of our Choice. Using the sound (Aum, Amin, Allah) resonance to mediate, today & in the past our artists use symbols to enter higher states of consciousness. From Neolithic wisdom of Ancient Temples' carvings of spirals, Pythagoras numbers, Leonardo da Vinci's paintings, ancient wisdom of magic, mysticism, occult travels to our worlds giving us conscious / subconscious gift from Greek Philosophers, Neolithic Temples Goddesses, Alchemy Size 152 pg 6" x 9"

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review 2016-06-14 00:30
Genesis 6:4 - a thought-provoking Bible verse
Proof the Novel - Ted D. Berner

Genesis 6:4 is a thought-provoking verse from the Bible, strongly suggesting that there once were giants (Nephilin) born from unions between fallen angels and human women. Many Bible scholars believe that the verse only refers to the sons of Seth (Sethites – Godly) and daughters of Cain (Cainites – evil).  Most Bible scholars agree that the reason God sent the flood to destroy the earth was due to the evilness of mankind.  But could it in fact have been to destroy the Nephilin?


It’s this Bible verse that college student Ty Larson decides to research for a course paper. The deeper he gets into his research, the more strange things happen in Ty’s life, leading him to realize that he’s not the only one interested in this subject.  His quest takes him to Egypt, Lebanon and Argentina with danger pursuing him all the way.


This is a very interesting fictional book that is based on facts, Biblical studies and myths and fables that many people believe are actually true. I think the author does an excellent job in racketing up the suspense and in spiking interest in the Nephilin (did they all perish in the flood?) and massive stone structures (how could they have been made with primitive tools?).  This is the type of book that raises more questions than answers but that isn’t a bad thing. 


I enjoyed this fast-paced book but was a bit disappointed in the ending, which is a cliff hanger. The author is working on the sequel.  I wish I had known that before I chose to read the book as I would have preferred to wait until the sequel came out so I could read both books closer together.  I tend to forget details in books if there’s a long period between reading a series such as this.  But I am interested in reading the sequel, which the author has promised will reveal the purpose of the Great Pyramid of Giza, the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle and what the phenomenon of ghosts are.


I believe this book will cause many of its readers to become interested in the possibility of Nephilin actually existing at one time and will encourage them to look into it further and for that reason alone, the book deserves recognition. If you like Dan Brown conspiracy theory novels or books based on archeology, theology or mythology, this book is for you.


This book was given to me by the author in return for an honest review.

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review 2015-09-09 20:57
#CBR7 Book 85: Crocodile on the Sandbank
Crocodile on the Sandbank - Elizabeth Peters

Intrepid Victorian spinster Amelia Peabody travels to Egypt after her father's death, determined to explore the world and see the treasures she's read about for so many years. On her way through Rome, she is forced to send her companion home, but meets a lovely young lady in distress, and they strike up an instant friendship. Evelyn Barton-Forbes is the granddaughter of an earl, seduced by a scoundrel and left destitute in Italy. Disowned by her grandfather, Evelyn is rather desperate, but the practical and pragmatic Amelia loves the idea of a protegee and insists they travel together. As their friendship develops, it's clear that Evelyn, with her quiet persuasion is able to subtly influence her new companion in positive ways as well.


In Egypt, the ladies make the acquaintance of the Emerson brothers, Walter and Radcliffe. While Walter and Evelyn pretty much instantly fall in love, the relationship between Amelia and Radcliffe is rather more turbulent. Of course, being a destitute and fallen woman, Evelyn believes that Walter is way too good for her. Amelia, naturally, has other ideas. When visiting the brothers at their archaeological dig, the ladies are intrigued by rumours of a curse and the dig site possibly being haunted by a vengeful mummy. While they are all educated individuals, as the accidents keep getting more and more serious, involving disappearances and near-death experiences, it's clear that someone needs to step in and solve the mystery, and who better than Amelia?


I first discovered Elizabeth Peters back in early 1999, when my best friend Lydia sent me this book as a belated Christmas present. She'd mentioned the series, I was curious and fell in love with Amelia in the very first chapter, if my memory doesn't deceive me. I'm a big fan of the Victorian lady sleuth, among them Lady Julia Grey and  Lady Emily Ashton, but Amelia Peabody was probably the first series I pretty much obsessively read my way through. In complete honesty, I haven't read the last few books in the series, as it does get derivative, repetitive and needlessly soapy and melodramatic as the books go on, but the earlier books are solid gold entertainment. After Narfna read and reviewed this recently, I started thinking about the books, and decided that since it must be at least a decade since I read this book, it was time for a re-read.


Obviously, since I had rated the book 5 stars, I remembered it being good. But I think I actually got even more out of it now, having aged a bit myself, and improved my grasp of the English language even more. I had completely forgotten just how clever the plotting is, how great and mutually empowering the friendship between Evelyn (who I had incorrectly remembered as a bit wet and useless - not at all the case) and Amelia is and obviously, how amazing the slow-burning romance between Peabody and her Emerson is. Anyone looking for lots of sexy times should check out Mr. Impossible by Loretta Chase instead (or you know - as well, as it's a wonderful romance), because this is a mystery first, romance second. There is some kissing, but Ms. Peters makes you wait for it. What you do get is feminist spinsters, girl power, archaeology, mystery, mummies, cranky bachelors, gentle flirting, dangerous schemes and a wonderful adventure. I'm so glad I re-visited Amelia's first book. Once all my books are unpacked and organised on my shelves, I may re-read the rest of the early series too. 

Source: kingmagu.blogspot.no/2015/09/cbr7-book-85-crocodile-on-sandbank-by.html
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url 2015-07-06 23:33
The Telegraph: Unesco's new World Heritage Sites - 2015

This year's additions to the list of Unesco World Heritage sites, from Edinburgh's Forth Bridge to a pie factory in Uruguay.



Ephesus, Turkey

What Unesco says: "Located within what was once the estuary of the River Kaystros, Ephesus comprises successive Hellenistic and Roman settlements founded on new locations, which followed the coastline as it retreated westward. Excavations have revealed grand monuments of the Roman Imperial period including the Library of Celsus and the Great Theatre. Little remains of the famous Temple of Artemis, one of the “Seven Wonders of the World,” which drew pilgrims from all around the Mediterranean. Since the 5th century, the House of the Virgin Mary, a domed cruciform chapel seven kilometres from Ephesus, became a major place of Christian pilgrimage. The Ancient City of Ephesus is an outstanding example of a Roman port city, with sea channel and harbour basin."

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/artsandculture/11720162/Unescos-new-World-Heritage-Sites.html
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