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Runer før Columbus

By: Knut Rage

...nes that have appeared in the USA during the last century - are they real or fake? The author examines this and many other issues, like traces in the Indian culture, old maps and buildings, and of course Medieval documents. Together, all this material gives an overwhelming evidence that an extensive Norse exploration or even permanent settlements may have taken place. Text...

...Et hellig oppdrag s. 4 En merkelig merkestein s. 40 Spor i ord, spor i jord s. 125 Spor i indianerkulturen? s. 171 Kart før Columbus s. 208 Det forunderlige landet Norumbega s. 229 Andre runesteiner s. 263 Kilder s. 291...

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Learn English through Malayalam : English Study

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

...labar Language Dangers of making Malayalam the language of administration in Kerala Writ Petition against Compulsory Malayalam Study Idiocy of the Indian Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act VED's ONLINE Writings PART I EFFECT of ENGLAND! VED's ONLINE WRITINGS PART II Indian Culture! What is it exactly? INDIAN MARRIED LIFE: The undercurrents! COMPULSORY F...

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Abraded Emotionality

By: Manohar Asija

...Canada, alongwith themselves to their native land, when they proceed on a vacation, with a view to afford this young lady to have a close feel of the Indian culture and traditions, in their original form. ………… Five days on, the television channels are still showing the same 'footage, with a little amount of new information that could be hardly treated as `news`. It se...

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Abraded Emotionality

By: Manohar Asija

...Canada, alongwith themselves to their native land, when they proceed on a vacation, with a view to afford this young lady to have a close feel of the Indian culture and traditions, in their original form. ………… Five days on, the television channels are still showing the same 'footage, with a little amount of new information that could be hardly treated as `news`. It se...

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The Shrouded Satanism in Feudal Languages : Tribulations and Intractability of Improving Others

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

...e Islam 44. Film stars as popular trainers 45. Freedom of speech and feudal languages 46. Wearing out refinement 47. Leading the Anglosphere 48. Indian Culture 49. The miserable Indian media 50. A low quality idea 51. What a local self government could do 52. The tantalising aspects of quality improvement of a people 53. Parameters of spamming 54. Profound quali...

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The Curse of Kali

By: Audrey Blankenhagen

...on? Could they foresee that that same Company would influence more than 200 years of British and Indian history and found the greatest Empire the wo... ...n. ‘I was tied to a tree by my friends who wanted to play our favourite game of Settlers and Red Indians. I was the youngest, so they decided I sho... ...rs and Red Indians. I was the youngest, so they decided I should be the “Settler” captured by the Indians.’ Rosita knew this game, which the childre... ...and will be able to give you, materially, all that I could not. You will also be able to help the Indians, themselves, by your skill as a doctor, a c... ...ia. Sir Cameron was a tall, gaunt-faced man with a leathery tanned skin from his years under the Indian sun. His wife, Lady Cameron, was nearly as ... ...ubjects. ‘We must not forget that Maria had Indian blood, Rosita, and eroticism is part of their culture. You must recall those engravings we saw in... ... too much time to dwell on her husband and his first wife: India kept intruding by its own varied culture. It was the festival of Bakr-Id which remi... ...egated in our homes, our clubs and our cantonments, as if we are afraid to be corrupted by their culture and we may give them the impression of arr... ... ways were popular with the British, who admired them for their business acumen and philanthropic culture. Audrey Blankenhagen 270 People of anot...

...lers living in splendid isolation; the opulence and intrigue of a Muslim Royal Court; the machinations of a sinister cult of Kali; the horrors of the Indian Mutiny: are the themes woven into the rich backcloth of ?THE CURSE OF KALI?. In this turbulent setting are a man and a woman whose destinies are inextricably linked, their love yearning to flower despite every obstacle...

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March of the Evil Empires! : English Versus the Feudal Languages!!

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

...s effect on women Figure Love Marriages Chapter 8 Family System Divorce Chapter 9 Bureaucracy The sweetness of a government job in India Indian Bureaucratic culture Hierarchy inside the bureaucracy The avoidable disasters An earthquake The guilds The common courtesies in English A quotation from History Effect of abstinence Political control on Bureauc...

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Links and Factoids

By: Sam Vaknin

...e Archive – Click HERE! Philosophical Musings and Essays http://samvak.tripod.com/culture.html Malignant Self Love – Narcissism Revisited http:/... ...r later, the first Strowger exchange was installed with great fanfare at La Porte, Indiana. It had less than 80 subscribers. Strowger died in 1902... ...d known as Mahatma "Great Souled") Gandhi (1869-1948). He was NOT born to a poor Indian family. His father was dewan (chief minister) of Porband... ...from hotels reserved "for Europeans only." These humiliations were the daily lot of Indian traders and labourers in Natal who had learned to pocket ... ...earnings." He was about to sail to London when he read about a bill to deprive the Indians of their right to vote. He decided to stay. It is in J... ...ti-British. When the Boer war broke out, he organized a volunteer corps of 11,000 Indians to defend the British colony of Natal. There is much mor... ...rnardino de Sahagun (1499-1590), a Franciscan priest with deep interest in Mexican culture, described a ritual in honor of the Aztec gods of fisher... ..., Prague and Skopje, 2000 Winner of numerous awards, among them Israel's Council of Culture and Art Prize for Maiden Prose (1997), The Rotary Club A... ...use.com/freebooks.html "After the Rain – How the West Lost the East" The history, cultures, societies, and economies of countries in transition in ...

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Kabbalah Revealed

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...in communication networks of enterprises and communities. In civil society, a culture of alternative living and re- sponsible values will lend suppor... ...- ern world over the last 300 years is not the norm, but the exception. Other cultures do not share this view. Even the West did not adhere to it pr... ...- tion (or rather, misapplication) of Newton’s philosophy of nature. In other cultures, as well as in the Western world pre- ceding modern times, the... ...e prevailing consciousness was one of belonging, of oneness. Most traditional cultures do not agree that people have nothing in common but passing ... ...lanetary civilization. However, this civilization should not be a monolithic culture where everyone follows the same ideas, and one person or natio... ... not be able to see it on the outside. As an example, she uses a story about Indians who stood on the ocean shore and looked at Columbus’s armada a... ...at Columbus’s armada arriving. She says that it is commonly believed that the Indians could not see the ships, even though they were looking straigh... ...s, even though they were looking straight at them. Dr. Pert explained that the Indians couldn’t see the ships because they didn’t have a similar pree... ...t! Thus, Colum- bus’ armada existed only in the minds, the inner Kelim of the Indians who saw it and reported it. There is no such thing as an outsid...

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Desert Dreams

By: Gracie C. Mckeever

...dated one of the largest and most singular treasury of Islamic history and culture around—costumes and traditional Saudi Arabian garb on display, alon... ...d scriptwriting—bleeding, sweating, eating and sleeping Iraqi, Iranian and Indian coins. She was more interested now in the unexplained piece that had... ...t his experiences in Kuwait and her interests in Muslim belief and Islamic culture. Jury had shared his hopes and dreams—for him, for his single, work... ...n school, at work, months and years living and breathing Islam and Arabian culture. Being so near this genie-man turned her memory to mush. "I am sorr... ...eminded herself. Cuz after that crash course in Twentieth Century, Western culture she'd given him last night/this morning, he should have still been ... .... "Morning, Genie-man." He was a hunk, plain and simple, in any century or culture. And I'm not dead. At least not yet, she thought, remembering her r... ...ane. He ... it, whatever, killed my Marsh!" He left her side, went and sat Indian-style beside the dog. "I am listening, mawla." He stroked the dog's ...

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Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Analysis of Women with Hiv/Aids

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...u in India W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy Department of Mathematics Indian Institute of Technology, Madras Chennai – 600036, India e-mail... ...able living they introduced and enforced on the natives the Manusmriti- based culture that is chiefly responsible for ill treatment of the women in ... ...l Tamil Nadu, so only by knowing the problems faced by these women and their culture it would be easy for the reader to understand why such analysi... ...ant women and use of condom while visiting CSWs are on the agenda and in the Indian scenario no effort is even made to test CSWs for HIV. Althoug... ...latives also sexually abuse them. W 2 – No wealth / property In the Indian system of law, that too, after the advent of the Manusmriti (Th... ...ral women and their socio-economic problems. It is the modesty of the married Indian women that they cannot say ‘no’ to sex with their husbands. Thi... ...may feel uncomfortable. This title has so much to do 40 with the tradition, culture and the male dominated society in relevance to women. For from... ...models are Sita, Savithri, Nalayini, Shakuntala, Andal or Radha; so that the Indian women is never allowed to think beyond the concept of self sacr... ...llowed to function. A special study about women in India with relation with culture, tradition and epic should be made to understand the real setu...

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Corpus of a Siam Mosquito

By: Steven David Justin Sills

... "Love," said the cartoon of the mosquito, "makes up the vernacular of pop culture. It is innate as a quest. It lances life's old festers granting a... ... Burmese individuals smiling in the northern regions and stolid Moslem and Indians in the south. The rural views in sunrise and sunset were more real... ...he did not understand. What did she know beyond the kinetic rhythms of pop culture? It was in her blank stare. The word had not penetrated. He want... ...er. The anchorman said that Moslems and Hindus were burning houses in one Indian community. Hindus were throwing Moslem children into bonfires, telli... ...tity of these self-professed "Chosen people," and for having the dominant culture of individual freedoms that went contrary to their Islamic tyranny.... ...amburger buns on a barbeque, and microwaving meatless tofu hamburgers in a culture that was all his own. As the two women chatted on the balcony Porn... ... programming of a woman. This feeling of love, this motif of women and pop culture, vexed her. It was annulling her marital contract that had been en...

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Margele Risipite

By: Florentin Smarandache

...arian protest against a closed society, Romania of 1980’s, where the whole culture was manipulated by a small group. Only their ideas and their publ... ...otalitarisme contre une societé fermée, la Roumanie des années 1980, où la culture entière était manipulée par un petit groupe. Seulement leurs idée... ...ible to fix it broken. Champagne yes, philosophic no. And now hear this Indian tale, more than 25 years old joke, that ends in a … mathematical f... ... … mathematical formula! Once upon a time, somewhere in North America, an Indian chief and his squaw had a son. Being the first child, it was born ... ...on the hide of a hippopotamus. You can well imagine the great voyage of the Indian chief, by pony, by canoe, walking and so on to Africa whence he re... ...tarian protest against a closed society Romania of 1980’s, where the whole culture was manipulated by a small group. Only their ideas and their publ... ...black for the night, somehow naive, of Navajo, Zuni, Apache, Hopi and Pima Indian tribes), and Mexico, between 1988-2000, in a paradoxist way: - p... ...ia); Free Romanian Writer Association (Fran ţa); World Academy of Arts and Culture (SUA); Liga Cultural ă Oltenia; East and West Literary Foundation...

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Ultrapolemici

By: Florentin Smarandache

...arian protest against a closed society, Romania of 1980’s, where the whole culture was manipulated by a small group. Only their ideas and their publ... ...otalitarisme contre une societé fermée, la Roumanie des années 1980, où la culture entière était manipulée par un petit groupe. Seulement leurs idée... ...ible to fix it broken. Champagne yes, philosophic no. And now hear this Indian tale, more than 25 years old joke, that ends in a … mathematical f... ... … mathematical formula! Once upon a time, somewhere in North America, an Indian chief and his squaw had a son. Being the first child, it was born ... ...on the hide of a hippopotamus. You can well imagine the great voyage of the Indian chief, by pony, by canoe, walking and so on to Africa whence he re... ...tarian protest against a closed society Romania of 1980’s, where the whole culture was manipulated by a small group. Only their ideas and their publ... ...black for the night, somehow naive, of Navajo, Zuni, Apache, Hopi and Pima Indian tribes), and Mexico, between 1988-2000, in a paradoxist way: - p... ...ia); Free Romanian Writer Association (Fran ţa); World Academy of Arts and Culture (SUA); Liga Cultural ă Oltenia; East and West Literary Foundation...

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The Hitler File : A Novel of Fact

By: Sam Vaknin

...apter the Eighth Not My Day Bauer had this metaphysical influence on Ashok, my Indian amanuensis, who hailed from a consensual culture. Rendere... ...metaphysical influence on Ashok, my Indian amanuensis, who hailed from a consensual culture. Rendered well-nigh catatonic by Bauer’s volcanic erupti... ...ady of the Reich and wife of Joseph Goebbels, the Reichsminister for Propaganda and Culture. What is she doing here? I need to go through them more ... ...to mine. “She said it was Joseph Goebbels, the Reichsminister for Propaganda and Culture. At the time, he was the Gauleiter of Berlin, I think.” –...

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Man with No Name

By: Wally Amos

...ing, preparing for a time yet to come. In 1958 I met Maria, a lovely West Indian lady who became my first full-time girlfriend. There had been other... ...hom were in sync with either the rhythm of their excited hearts, the West Indian Steel Drum Band, the roving Dixieland Jazz En­ semble, or the moveme... ...n that moment I realized freedom. According to the perverse values of our culture, I had been robbed of the root of my identity. And with the loss o... ...nking and being that are moving us towards the millennium, as "the rising culture" brings sweeping social changes to the global human society. $8.9...

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The Suffering of Being Kafka

By: Sam Vaknin

...e funeral, Uzi was sent to a Kibbutz, never to return, leaving behind unfinished cowboy-and-Indian games on my grandmother's verandah. There were so... .../CEENMI, Prague and Skopje, 2000 Winner of numerous awards, among them Israel's Council of Culture and Art Prize for Maiden Prose (1997), The Rotar...

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Neutrosophic Dialogues

By: Florentin Smarandache

... 1. Introduction Thanks to Dr. Smarandache for his interest in Chinese culture. I cannot decline his warm request to write the preface, even with... ... express nothing more than my personal bias. In what aspect can Chinese culture be distinctive from western ones? The difference between Western a... ...distinctive from western ones? The difference between Western and Eastern cultures, on the whole, lies in the distinctive points of views: the diffe... ...ily cured than the maintenance of the harmony. This is the reason Western culture never solves the problem of health. Unfortunately our Eastern cultu... ...owing of the West. Our nation’s people are losing confidence in their own culture! In education, Chinese classics place special emphasis on the harm... ...mited measures? Mind the opposite effect in extremity. [The failure of an Indian ascetic monk failed just in this.] Beware of counting the uncountab... .... Athman (individual, inward) blends with Brahman (collective, inward) in Indian philosophy. (The individual and community is one entity originally,... ... Man must live in accordance with the natural world around him (Pueblo Indian philosophy). 42 While genius should not! (It might not be the ge... ...ollowing values: ”true,” ”false,” and ”both true and false.” The ancient Indian metaphysics considered four possible values of a statement: ”true (o...

...Thanks to Dr. Smarandache for his interest in Chinese culture. I cannot decline his warm request to write the preface, even with my fragments of knowledge – no insight nor wisdom, and therefore can be misleading. I have been extremely regretful for my ideological errors and mist...

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Hinduism Today : Indian Masterpiece, Hawaiian Home, Volume July/August/September 2009: Indian Masterpiece, Hawaiian Home

By: Various

...f Temples" Publisher Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami explores three primary ways that the temple defines our faith. The community temple is the hub of culture, worship, rites and festivals. The home shrine is the home's temple where devout Hindus worship daily and perform puja, read scripture, do sadhana, bajana and japa. Third, there is the interior temple of the soul, cal...

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The Religious Dimension

By: Donald Broadribb

...ity of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1953. The Spiritual Legacy of The American Indian, by Joseph Epes Brown. © 1982 by Joseph Epes Brown. Reprinted by per... ...k, 1972. The paper by Paul Radin “The Religious Experiences of an American Indian” was published in Eranos 18-1950, © Eranos Foundation, Ascona, Switz... ...Mechanism In Mysticism Contrasting Viewpoints A Chorus Of Powers: American Indian Belief 176 Orenda Deity And Pantheon Time, Space, Direction Dream An... ...r religious institution, or we absorbed simple social assumptions from the culture we live in, none of us grow up in a religious vacuum. Through most ... ...rity of people appear to have been reasonably satisfied with the religious culture which went hand in hand with their social structure. It has been on... ...f the meaning and feeling-value of symbols in personal life, as well as in culture generally. Jung was, with Sigmund Freud, a cofounder of psychoanaly... ...time and time again in this book, particularly in the chapters on American Indian and Australian Aboriginal beliefs. Analysis “in Jung’s manner” is no... ...ssible to have a truly unbiased view. By virtue of having grown up in some culture every student inevitably has bias and preconceptions. Never- theles... ...University of Florida, a specialist in the philosophical bases of American Indian thought, has kindly contributed Chapter 5, “A Chorus of Powers: Amer...

...n. Whether as children we were taught at a church Sunday school or some other religious institution, or weabsorbed simple social assumptions from the culture we live in, none of us grow up in a religious vacuum. Through most of history the majority of people appear to have been reasonably satisfied with the religious culture which went hand in hand with their social struct...

...What Is Religion? 1Buddhism 16Christianity 59Mysticism 118A Chorus Of Powers: American Indian Belief 176The Sacred Land: Australian Aboriginal Religion 238Conclusion 277References 293The Collected Works Of Carl Jung 299...

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