Their Lunar Language

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Their Lunar Language

Author : Charlotte Eichler
ISBN : 1908853980
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A young couple wonder whether family life would be easier if they were cuttlefish. A father and daughter communicate through moths. A child embraces the power she has over creatures smaller than herself. A town finds itself at the mercy of a polar bear... In her debut pamphlet, Charlotte Eichler explores human relationships through our ambivalent interactions with the natural world. Navigating many literal and metaphorical islands along the way, her poems form an archipelago of ideas, taking us on an unforgettable journey from the Hebrides to the Norse heavens.

Sacred Geometry Language Of The Angels

Author : Richard Heath
ISBN : 9781644111192
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Reveals how the number science found in ancient sacred monuments reflects wisdom transmitted from the angelic orders • Explains how the angels transmitted megalithic science to early humans to further our conscious development • Decodes the angelic science hidden in a wide range of monuments, including Carnac in Brittany, the Great Pyramid in Egypt, early Christian pavements, the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Stonehenge in England, and the Kaaba in Mecca • Explores how the number science behind ancient monuments gave rise to religions and spiritual practices The angelic mind is founded on a deep understanding of number and the patterns they produce. These patterns provided a constructive framework for all manifested life on Earth. The beauty and elegance we see in sacred geometry and in structures built according to those proportions are the language of the angels still speaking to us. Examining the angelic science of number first manifested on Earth in the Stone Age, Richard Heath reveals how the resulting development of human consciousness was no accident: just as the angels helped create the Earth’s environment, humans were then evolved to make the planet self-aware. To develop human minds, the angels transmitted their own wisdom to humanity through a numerical astronomy that counted planetary and lunar time periods. Heath explores how this early humanity developed an expert understanding of sacred number through astronomical geometries, leading to the unified range of measures employed in their observatories and later in cosmological monuments such as the Giza Pyramids and Stonehenge. The ancient Near East transformed megalithic science into our own mathematics of notational arithmetic and trigonometry, further developing the human mind within the early civilizations. Heath decodes the angelic science hidden within a wide range of monuments and sites, including Carnac in Brittany, the Great Pyramid in Egypt, Teotihuacan in Mexico, early Christian pavements, the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, and the Kaaba in Mecca. Exploring the techniques used to design these monuments, he explains how the number science behind them gave rise to ancient religions and spiritual practices. He also explores the importance of lunar astronomy, first in defining a world suitable for life and then in providing a subject accessible to pre-arithmetic humans, for whom the Moon was a constant companion.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Language Bound

Author : Alan Gaynor
ISBN : 9781770979147
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In 2063, the moon is the high ground in the struggle among the combative representatives of three societies. On the moon, the Chairman-an Ayn Rand libertarian and mutant-believes that genomic self-transformation is our destiny and demands that we abandon our language-based prejudices and embrace that destiny now! On Earth's surface, the USA has become a Christian nation and it vies for dominion over the crowded and resource-poor Earth. Hidden underground and undersea, Saul Baum and the leaderless members of the secular creed of Protagonism believe in the need to harness logic and mindfulness before changing our genome. When the Protagonist, Ner Nala, completes the experiments for a scientific proof of the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, the Chairman arrests and imprisons her for a recent lunar murder. Her father-Dr. Frank Nala-hires the private detective Ben Song to travel to the moon to prove her innocence. This is the tale of Ben's quest and how it changes him-and us-forever.

Language Of The Earth

Author : Frank H. T. Rhodes
ISBN : 9781483161662
Genre : Science
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Language of the Earth is a collection of essays that provides a particular category of and describes the current content in each area of earth science. The book reviews various aspects of geological knowledge, including the characters, motives, and attitudes of certain individuals who have made contributions in this field. Case studies of eyewitness accounts of geological phenomena include the Turtle Mountain slide, the Lisbon earthquake, the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, the eruption of the Oraefajokull in 1727. The text also discusses some geological controversies such as the footprints in red sandstone, as well as geological philosophies concerning estimates of time since the Earth has existed. The book cites 3000-year old Chinese records chronicling earthquake activity; it also discusses earthquakes and the hypothesis of continental drift. The text then explains the many ways in which geology can relate to the person—in his approach to his work, the personal touch. Geology is shown in terms of its relation to prose, poetry, and sometimes, humor, as in the discovery of the "petrified woman." This book can offer a light and entertaining respite for geologists, historians, students or professors of the earth sciences, and for general readers interested in personal accounts of some geological discoveries.
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William Dwight Whitney And The Science Of Language

Author : Stephen G. Alter
ISBN : 9781421429113
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This exploration of an early phase of scientific language study provides readers with a unique perspective on Victorian intellectual life as well as on the transatlantic roots of modern linguistic theory.
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Encyclopedia Of Arabic Language And Linguistics Q Z

Author : Kees Versteegh
ISBN : UOM:39015082670293
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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The Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics is a major multi-volume reference work. It is a unique collaboration of hundreds of scholars from around the world and covers all relevant aspects of the study of Arabic, dealing with all levels of the language (pre-Classical Arabic, Classical Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic, Arabic vernaculars, mixed varieties of Arabic).
Category: Foreign Language Study