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url 2022-04-28 16:59
999: Playing the Glass Bead Game with Pythagoras by Natasa Pantovic released today!
999 Playing the Glass Bead Game with Pythagoras - Nataša Pantović Nuit
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#999: Playing the Glass Bead Game with #Pythagoras

999 Playing the Glass Bead Game with Pythagoras is A-Ma: Alchemy of Love & Tree of Life: a Journey into Field of Dreams combined! 

Sunday Times 


"Seated on a panel with her fellow writers, Maltese-Serbian novelist Nataša Pantović has been known to use slam poetry to perform her poetic body of work. A bridge builder between East and West, following ancient archaeological findings, she often dives into historic settings more than 2,000 years back in time.
In her novel, Ama, the 52-year-old author makes a bold swerve into less-travelled territory. She chooses for her protagonists Ama, an African priestess, living in China’s Macao in the 17th century; Ruben, a Portuguese Jesuit priest; and Fr Benedict, an Orthodox Christian.
The book explores the rapidly-growing Macao, of the Age of Enlightenment.
Both Hesse and Tolstoy were my first spiritual gurus. Through their deep insights and soulful messages, for the first time I experienced the world of spiritual growth and deep contemplation. Many artists have inspired my writings, the likes of Leonardo da Vinci, Lao Tzu and Giordano Bruno. Pythagoras lived on the crossroads of civilisations, as I see us, and he has given us his fascinating research into music and numbers. With my deep respect towards ancient worlds, Pythagoras with his ancient Egyptian mystical knowledge had to be my protagonist.
In your novel, you follow the famous reform of the Chinese calendar during the 17th century?
I started writing this as a 17th-century novel. In this novel, it was easy to write from the point of view of the main character, a priest or Ama’s mother or a man without a name or a goddess, Lilith.
I wanted to bring in the many first-person singular voices, starting with an animal ‒ a bat, as a story-teller, moving to Pythagoras, to people who meet Ama within the setting of her coffee house. This narrative framework is 50 % inspired by the ‘=yin’ mindset; and 50%t factual, male and mind-driven.
What is it within this black main character that fascinates you so much?
Ama lived with me for 10 years before I knew I would adopt two kids from Ethiopia,
Was Athens black at the time of the ancient Greeks or was it full of Slavs that during the Dark Ages were not allowed to have their own European history?
All my characters do have strong political, ideological and moral commitments, their ideas are ground-breaking; it is a science against the Church, male against female, East against West conversation.
Holding up a mirror to society of ancient worlds can be fanatical or too obvious within the storytelling environment, so I had to break the rhythm with myths, with art, with dreams.
This novel is, of course, about the search for truth, but from the goddess perspective, about love and union, of the priestesses first commandment “Do not kill...”
In this novel you explore ‘Western’ ancient Greek philosophers. Can you talk about your use of the Eastern concept of ‘mindfulness?
There are a number of ‘instant happiness’ gurus out there, I do not believe in a ‘get rich in a day’ message, but I do believe that if we learn how to listen to our soul, we will be able to live our highest potential.
We live in a rapidly changing world. When I was born in Belgrade in 1968, at the time of no TV or internet, the population on the planet was three billion. Now they say it is seven billion.
The changes I have seen during my lifetime are huge. Emotionally, mentally and physically, we have to adopt different behaviour patterns, not just to survive, but to thrive without abusing other social groups or animals or endangering planet Earth.
The next stage, the stage of cultural life, is beyond the knowledge of more than 90 % of the population.
Having a % of population that neither collects objects nor watches TV, nor reads newspapers, that is still capable of thinking, un-hypnotised, to appreciate art, or dance or sing, iis a part of my research fascination."

Source: www.amazon.ca/999-Playing-Glass-Bead-Pythagoras-ebook/dp/B09YYVMTR8
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999 Playing the Glass Bead Game with Pythagoras - Nataša Pantović Nuit
A-Ma Alchemy of Love - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Tree of Life - Nataša Pantović Nuit
999 Playing the Glass Bead Game with Pythagoras by Natasa Pantovic

This highly demanded Book edition of 2 fiction books: A-Ma Alchemy of Love and Tree of Life: a Journey to the Field of Dreams, launched today! 

https://pontofinalmacau.wordpress.com/2020/08/10/a-ma-alchemy-of-love-uma-narrativ a-passada-em-macau-sobre-a-busca-pela-verdade/ 

“A-Ma: Alchemy of Love”, uma narrativa passada em Macau sobre “a busca pela verdade”

"Alchemy of Love”, um livro cuja acção se passa na Macau do século XVII. Agora, em entrevista ao jornal Times of Malta, a autora, Nataša Pantović, explica que o romance “é sobre a busca pela verdade”. A história tem como protagonista Ama, uma sacerdotisa africana.

Ama or Playing Glass Bead Game with Pythagoras by Nataša Pantović

"Nataša Pantović escolheu como cenário para “A-Ma: Alchemy of Love” a Macau do século XVII e colocou como protagonistas Ama, uma sacerdotisa africana a morar na região, Ruben, um padre jesuíta português e Benedito, um cristão ortodoxo. Ama reunia artistas, pregadores, padres e filósofos de todo o mundo, dentro dos cenários mágicos do seu café. O livro explora o crescimento rápido de Macau, quer nos horizontes das cidades, quer nas mudanças socioeconómicas."

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Metaphysics of Sound: In Search of the Name of God - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Spiritual Symbols With their Meanings - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Tree of Life - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Conscious Creativity: Mindfulness Meditations - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Art of 4 Elements - Nataša Pantović Nuit

Congratulation on your 10th Academia Mention Name Natasa Pantovic has Been included within 10 research papers 2021-2022!

Mentioned by an Art Theory researcher; by a member of the National Museum of Antiquities department at Institute of Archaeology "Vasile Parvan", by a Politics researcher; by Veda Popovici, by Eirini Koutouvaki, by a researcher in Islington, UK, by a well-known author on Academia, by someone in Neckarsulm, Germany, by Researcher in Rumania and last but not least by a PhD Researcher in China! ❤

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Metaphysics of Sound: In Search of the Name of God - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Tree of Life - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Spiritual Symbols With their Meanings - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Conscious Creativity: Mindfulness Meditations - Nataša Pantović Nuit

New Book LAUNCH #Novel: Metaphysics of Sound: In Search of Name of God at the National Book Council (Malta) event "Book Festival 2022" at the University of Malta. In March 2022 Artof4Elements has presented 2 #newbooks launched in Malta this year: Spring by Dr #RudolfRagonesi (Gaia Founder), Book of Aphorisms #1: Standing on the Banks; and Metaphysics of Sound: In Search of the Name of #God by #NatašaPantović “Metaphysics of Sound: In Search of the Name of God”, is a 2022 historical novel written by Maltese / Serbian author Nataša Pantović. The book is Nataša's 9th book and 3rd novel written under her own name (she has also written a poetry book under the pseudonym Nuit) and was released in March 2022 during Malta's Book Festival. Thx for the Music Norman Cristina and to all the creative souls infused by an artistic spirit involved in this amazing gathering. The title of the book is: “Metaphysics of Sound: in Search of the Name of God”, subtitled “A Brief History of the World beyond the Usual”, aims at, according to the Author "comprehending the history of Balkans and Slavs within Europe from the development of the languages perspective". The novel is divided into two parts, both of which are narrated by Ivana Šeravac when she is retired and living alone, and by the Author. The first part begins with the meeting of Ivana and David, on a train journey to a famous Montenegro’s monastery Ostrog, of whom three feature in the remainder of the story: Author, as the narrator, David Archer, and Ivana, who is doing her life-long research in sound and the development of alphabets. The two discuss the philosophical background of two major Ancient Europe’s thought forms – liberals and conservatives, democratic and monarchy-ruled, Greek-links and Romans, Slavic and Germanic. David has a Phd from the Cambridge University and Ivana stays a mum, determined not to let go of her research passion. At this point Nataša's narration of the second part of the novel – which is twice as long as the first – begins, it is a historical journey through sounds, followed by the "classical antiquity" with the Hellenistic, Eastern European history in the Ancient Mediterranean, from the beginning of recorded Ancient Greek history in 776 BC. This roughly coincides with the Golden period in Ancient Greece in Balkan. Following the development of the languages researching the Ancient Egyptian Rosetta Stone, the Ancient Homeric Ionic Greek, Nataša uses the Slavic Cyrillic script to map the oldest Phoenician Alphabet to the European development of languages. “In search of the Name of God” we follow Nataša’s life-long research into the oldest recorded history of Malta, the 21 symbols of Ancient Serbian Vinča’s pottery, the 1st ever published Sumerian Liturgy for the Moon Goddess SiN by a Sumerian Priestess, Ancient Greek Herodotus and his encounter of Slavs, the Orphic Rituals with its Text of Derveni Papyrus from Macedonia, and the spread of the Dio-Nysus cult in the European Balkan. This accessible and entertaining summary of Nataša Pantović's alternative history ideas is bound to expand minds of researchers of ancient history, providing a kind of un-filtered theory of the Western and Eastern development of thoughts. We explore Vinča Neolithic (Serbian Danube) pottery scripts, sophisticated carved statues signs, 100s of Canaan letters, Phoenicians Arabic, Ionic, Cyrillic, Aramaic, Chinese, Hebrew. “Sinai inscriptions” of 1480 BC offer evidence that 22 Egyptian hieroglyphic symbols were borrowed to form the characters of the future alphabets. The Book of the Dead, “Emerging Forth into the Light”, with magic spells helping the dead King or Queen take the place amongst the gods, reuniting with divine father Ra, or mother aNX. Most sub-texts begin with the word Ro, which can mean "mouth," or "Word" or “Logos”. For the visual lovers, they were individual papyri joined together size 15 cm to 45 cm. So tinny! A detailed scene, from Papyrus of Hunefer 1285 BC, in British Museum, shows the heart weighed on the scale of Maat against feather of truth with: I did Not Kill, etc. later adopted as 10 commandments. Exploring ancient worlds further, Ancient Egypt, Greece, Ancient Europe, India, China, Balkan to understand advanced Neolithic civilizations, the sounds frequency of esoteric words & ancient names of Gods. 5,000 BC the Mediterranean region was the center of world!

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text 2022-03-29 09:49
Facts And Doubts Associated With Organ Donation

Before taking a pledge for organ donation. Let’s check out some facts and doubts associated with organ donation


If you have query or doubt regarding tissue and organ donation procedure. In this article, I try to resolve them with the following facts about organ donation.


After you die, you can save the lives of at least eight people

There are 8 organs that can be donated: heart, lungs, liver, pancreas, kidneys, and small intestine. Your tissues can likewise improve the quality of life of many ill people; tissues you can donate include your bone, bone marrow, skin, bone tissue including cartilage and tendons, blood vessels and heart valves.


Anyone can be a donor

Anyone can enroll as an organ donor: old, young, sick or sound. Indeed, even foreigners are allowed to sign up immediately. The donation includes numerous organs and tissues, which implies people who are sick or using medication can even say 'yes'; if sickness or medication would render a specific organ unsuitable for donation, there will other organs that could be good for a transplant.


A doctor can't decide if the organs and tissues are appropriate for donation until after the donor has passed away. You are never too old to even consider donating either; there is always a chanced that you can donate an organ or tissue, whatever your age.


The chances of you requiring an organ donation are a lot higher than the chances of having the capacity to donate once you die

It is possible that you will require an organ donation at some point in your life than that you will probably donate one yourself; it is just conceivable to donate an organ if you die in hospital. Much of the time, this occurs when an individual is a brain dead after a cerebral hemorrhage. This implies that they are legally dead; however artificial respiration can keep the organs supplied with oxygen-rich blood, enabling them to stay suitable for transplanting.


The fact that organ donation is so frequently impossible is the thing that makes it so important that as many people as possible register becomes donors.

Someone who is declared brain dead is legally and clinically dead. Brain death is different than a persistent vegetative state or coma.


Brain dead occurs when an individual has a catastrophic brain injury, cerebrum damage, which causes absolute cessation of all brain function. The protocol to be pronounced brain dead is similar to whether a person is an organ donor or not.


Everybody waiting for an organ transplant is treated fairly with respect. Target medical criteria decide how donated organs are allocated to patients on the transplant waiting list.

A national system matches donated organs to individuals on the waiting list dependent on a number of factors including the donor’s body size, blood type, tissue type, the severity of illness of potential recipients, and length of time someone has been waiting on the list. The ethnicity, gender, race, sexual orientation or economic wellbeing of the donor or potential recipients is never taken into consideration.

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