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The Book of Chilam Balam of Chumayel

By Ralph Loveland Roys
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Jerusalem Explored is a book by Italian architect and engineer Ermete Pierotti who worked for several years in Jerusalem as a consultant for the Franciscans. He was involved in archeological explorations and in this book he put down the knowledge he had gained during his work. The book provides a description of the ancient and modern city of Jerusalem, containing many photographs, drawings and maps, illustrating the manners of the ancient Hebrews. Pierotti's maps showed new, as yet unknown and unexplored canals in the underground of the Temple Mount. With the modern methods of archeology, these channels could also be detected.

Jerusalem Explored (Illustrated Edition)

By Ermete Pierotti
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  • Publisher : e-artnow
  • Book Code : N.a
  • Total of Pages : 524
  • Category : History
  • Members : 365
  • Pdf File: jerusalem-explored.pdf

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Jerusalem Explored is a book by Italian architect and engineer Ermete Pierotti who worked for several years in Jerusalem as a consultant for the Franciscans. He was involved in archeological explorations and in this book he put down the knowledge he had gained during his work. The book provides a description of the ancient and modern city of Jerusalem, containing many photographs, drawings and maps, illustrating the manners of the ancient Hebrews. Pierotti's maps showed new, as yet unknown and unexplored canals in the underground of the Temple Mount. With the modern methods of archeology, these channels could also be detected.

Rise of the Dragon Horde

By The Brothers Orange
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  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Book Code : 1469120798
  • Total of Pages : 554
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 455
  • Pdf File: rise-of-the-dragon-horde.pdf

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The races of man; elf, human, dwarf and halflings face a darkness that they can not comprehend. Molloch the dark god, has planned for thousands of years to seize Oren, but the great god EL has stopped him time and time again. Now the inhabitants of Oren have turned their backs on EL and a new window of opportunity for Molloch to seize Oren has arise. EL will not abandon Oren to the dark one without a fight, as he has a plan as well. EL has kept the elves of Shaggar safe for thousands of years, but there hearts have turned from him placing Oren in jeopardy. A lone half-elf, shunned by his people must fight against prejudice and hate to become the instrument of his god. Geric of the House of Joda must survive the trails of his youth and lead his people back into the light of EL. Shante Hartas, High Guardian of the city of Shaggar has other plans, as he secretly worships Molloch leading the great city into darkness under his rule. Raven Mercury a human warrior, fights to change his familys station in life from commoner to noble. Raven proves himself by winning the annual tournament granting him a chance to train at the legendary school of Ascension. The ancient dragon, Dragmyre is raising an army to begin his conquest of the world of Oren. Dragmyre has collected his generals to lead his army, and with the world unaware victory seems sure. Until a fateful night when Raven finds out the truth; the school is not what it seems. Will he hold too the noble intentions he has of being a knight or take his rightful place as a general in the Dragon Horde. With the world hanging in the balance, Geric Joda and Raven Mercury are thrust into the battle for Oren. Molloch is gathering his force on two fronts, preparing to seize all that EL holds dear. Two warriors will decide the future of Oren the half-elf and the human, will they unite in time to save a world or choose a darker path. All will be decided in.... Blackstarr: The Chronicles of Morgan Sparrowhawk

1 and 2 Chronicles

By William Johnstone
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  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Book Code : 0567130754
  • Total of Pages : 306
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 848
  • Pdf File: 1-and-2-chronicles.pdf

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This two-part commentary argues that Chronicles, placed as it is among the 'historical books' in the traditional Old Testament of the Christian church, is much misunderstood. Restored to its proper position as the final book in the canon as arranged in the order of the Hebrew Bible, it is rather to be understood as a work of theology essentially directed towards the future. The Chronicler begins his work with the problem facing the whole human race in Adam-the forfeiture of the ideal of perfect oneness with God's purpose. He explores the possibility of the restoration of that ideal through Israel's place at the centre of the world of the nations. This portrayal reaches its climax in an idealized presentation of the reign of Solomon, in which all the rulers of the earth, including most famously the Queen of Sheba, bring their tribute in acknowledgment of Israel's status (Volume 1). As subsequent history only too clearly shows, however, the Chronicler argues (Volume 2), that Israel itself, through unfaithfulness to Torah, has forfeited its right to possession of its land and is cast adrift among these same nations of the world. But the Chronicler's message is one of hope. By a radical transformation of the chronology of Israel's past into theological terms, the generation whom the Chronicler addresses becomes the fiftieth since Adam. It is the generation to whom the jubilee of return to the land through a perfectly enabled obedience to Torah, and thus the restoration of the primal ideal of the human race, is announced.

South Asia Bible Commentary

By Zondervan
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  • Publisher : Zondervan Academic
  • Book Code : 0310559626
  • Total of Pages : 1904
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 274
  • Pdf File: south-asia-bible-commentary.pdf

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A one-volume commentary, written and edited by South Asian Biblical scholars on all the books of the Bible.

Crystal Traveler

By R. B. Breighton,Kathleen Dawe
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  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Book Code : 1524510181
  • Total of Pages : 620
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 163
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A love story stretching across time, Crystal Traveler takes the reader from the present day to the last days of Atlantis, then forward again through myth and history. Modern scientist Ta-rel, caught in a mysterious crystal generated time portal, finds himself thrust into the midst of plots and intrigues within a society far removed from the world he knew. Trying to discover how and why he was teleported back through time, Ta-rel must first learn to operate within a society with amazing similarities yet very different gifts and challenges than his time. Ta-rel finds support and guidance from Lyra, High Priestess of the Temple of the Moon, and together they grow and discover their souls connection and their destiny, falling in love in the process. As the world of Atlantis begins to disintegrate around them, they rush to merge Ta-rels scientific understanding with Atlantian vibrational technology to arrive at an answer with profound history-changing implications, for both Atlantis and todays world. But can Ta-rel and Lyra together outwit the political intrigue and celestial interference that plagues Atlantis during its final days? What are the implications to our world if Ta-rel and Lyra succeed? Crystal Traveler engages the reader in the epic story of the final days of Atlantis, with uncanny parallels and lessons for todays world. Modern and classical research are combined with the authors personal visions and past life memories to create a believable, compelling, and detailed account of this period of global upheaval and change, sweeping the reader into a world of intrigue, mystery, and expanded consciousness. This first book of the Crystal Message Chronicles series will fill you with the wonders of a forgotten age, and take you into the challenges of a postdiluvian world related in Crystal Rescue, the next installment of this exciting series.