Nimrod. ONE time, in Shinar, when the setting sun,With all his thousand javelins, drove the dayBefore him and the myriad tribes of lightDeparted sullenly with bleeding feet,Great Nimrod, the strong huntsman of the Lord,Returning hot with bloodshed from the chase,Beheld great Babel, wrathful, beautiful,Burn like a blood-red cloud upon the plain.Then Nimrod, when he saw it, laughed aloud,And turning to his warriors cried, 'BeholdHow those steep battlements defy the cloudWith starry dome and precipice of brass.Their sword-like minarets have stabbed the sun.What fiery ledge, what blazing battlement,What savage bastion flushed with angry goldBulwarks the dreadful bright acropolis!
Look how yon crags of bronze, fantastic, burnIn God's great conflagration, not consumed,Imperishable; but built of flaming cloudHis high pavilions perish. Lo, how strongYon citadel of stone! Is it not great? Is it not ribbed with sinew? Flanked with war? Orion. Clarence Larkin. Ten Free Clarence Larkin Bible Study Charts The books and charts by Clarence Larkin have been extremely helpful to Christians since they were first published over 75 years ago.
They have passed into the public domain and we are making some of the charts available here as an aid to Bible study. Larkin's charts are well thought out and Scriptually sound. Some of the more detailed are books in themselves. They reveal Larkin's vast knowledge of the Scriptures and phenomenal grasp of prophecy.
Practically all of the "prophecy teachers" today got their basic knowledge of prophecy directly or indirectly from Clarence Larkin and C. PreservedWords.com was the first website to post any of Clarence Larkin's charts or books on the Internet. Full text of "Of anagrams : a monograph treating of their history from the earliest ages to the present time, with an introduction, containing numerous specimens of macaronic poetry, punning mottoes, rhopalic, shaped, equivocal, Lyon, and echo verses, all. "The Man Who Was Thursday" dramatized.
Martian sundial. The Mars Exploration Rovers will carry the first-ever interplanetary sundial.
Note that phobos has an apparent orbital period of eleven hours, while deimos is 2.7 (martian?) days – graywyvern
This martian sundial will also be used to calibrate Pancam, the panoramic camera on the rovers.
Related External Pages MarsDial Gets Its Day In the Sun Sundials have long been used on Earth as timekeepers. They are also works of art. While on Mars, Pancam will image the sundial many times. Hüzün. "A Lame Rendition" Does the reveal impact?
As my gossamer lies carve a pumpkin into Spidermanthis is no throughputwith vampire lanterns the smell of Offin the gloom of my parents' garage "We might call this confused, hazy state 'melancholy,' or perhaps we should call it by its Turkish name, hüzün, which denotes a melancholy that is communal rather than private. "As for Yahyn Kemal, İstanbul's greatest and most influential poet, throughout his life he refused to publish any book at all.
Each of the sijo in my book 2M1207b is a second-letter automynorcagram – graywyvern
Lately i have been experimenting with second-letter acronyms (we don't even have a word for this) using the letter-set AZBYCXDWEVFUGTHSIRJQKPLOMN; for example: mAsk oZone eBbing/ mY aCcusers eXamined... – graywyvern
Enochian. Sylvia hughes reviews (Riding)
This is a good example of why my science fiction has not become famous. – graywyvern
Borges - Influence: Milorad Pavic. The ophite diagram. The Book of Tea by Kakuzo Okakura. Sacred-Texts Buddhism Taoism Shinto I.
The Cup of Humanity Tea began as a medicine and grew into a beverage. In China, in the eighth century, it entered the realm of poetry as one of the polite amusements. The fifteenth century saw Japan ennoble it into a religion of aestheticism--Teaism. The Philosophy of Tea is not mere aestheticism in the ordinary acceptance of the term, for it expresses conjointly with ethics and religion our whole point of view about man and nature. The long isolation of Japan from the rest of the world, so conducive to introspection, has been highly favourable to the development of Teaism. The outsider may indeed wonder at this seeming much ado about nothing.
Those who cannot feel the littleness of great things in themselves are apt to overlook the greatness of little things in others. When will the West understand, or try to understand, the East? Why not amuse yourselves at our expense? Such misconceptions are fast vanishing amongst us. II. Blixen. Unfortunate it seems but true that we, though subject to mass delusions & cravings as ever, are now no longer the same political animal, as once could be content with parti-pris.
Not even relict culture lends identity enough: the only thing in all the present maelstrom that i can find to cling to build on or huddle within, is my panic-stochastic adoption of a to me savoury subculture. "Subculture" isn't quite the word. That would imply something lesser &, above all, acknowledged as secessionist by the parent culture. Whereas i maintain our glorious center has simply evaporated.