A Brief Introduction to Hinduism Would you like to make this site your homepage? It's fast and easy... Yes, Please make this my home page! Don't show this to me again. Table of Contents: Introduction Disclaimer National Anthem Chapter 1 The Beginning The Foundations of Hinduism Chapter 2 The Basic Scriptures of Hinduism The Philosophical Systems of Hinduism Ethical and Moral Principles of Hinduism Chapter 3 Myths and Facts in Hinduism Chapter 4 Hindu Society Hindu Sadhanas Chapter 5 Rituals, Temples and Festivals in Hinduism Rituals and Sacraments of Hinduism Chapter 6 Reform Movements in Hinduism Chapter 7 Popularized Notions in Hinduism Literature Central to the Indian Culture Ramayana Mahabharata Appendices The Cycle of Life Hinduism as per History Hindu Scriptures World Religions Gods of Hinduism Indian National Anthem Jana-gana-mana-adhinayaka, jaya he Bharata-bhagya-vidhata Punjab-sindhu-gujarata-maratha- Dravida-utkala-banga Vindhya-himachala-yamuna-ganga Ucchhala-jaladhi taranga Tava subha name jaage Tava subha ashisha maange Gaahe tava jaya gaatha.
Enoch & the Nephilim - Part III Enoch & the Nephilim Part III The Evidence Mounts "More and more we are finding that mythology in general though greatly contorted very often has some historic base. And the interesting thing is that one myth which occurs over and over again in many parts of the world is that somewhere a long time ago supernatural beings had sexual intercourse with natural women and produced a special breed of people." -Francis A. Evidence for the existence of the Nephilim goes beyond the biblical record. "I have begotten a strange son," said Lamech, "...his nature is different and he is not like us, and his eyes are as the rays of the sun, and his countenance is glorious. Lamech did what most husbands would have done: he reproached his wife for infidelity. How enlightening for our study! Here is the statement made by Bat-Enosh as it reads in the Lamech Scroll: "My lord and kinsman, remember my delicate feelings. The Genesis Apocryphon is not the only extrabiblical documentation. An amazing book!
Ancient Scripts: Home Cities of the ancient Near East The largest cities in the Bronze Age ancient Near East housed several tens of thousands. Memphis in the Early Bronze Age with some 30,000 inhabitants was the largest city of the time by far. Ur in the Middle Bronze Age is estimated to have had some 65,000 inhabitants; Babylon in the Late Bronze Age similarly had a population of some 50–60,000, while Niniveh had some 20–30,000, reaching 100,000 only in the Iron Age (ca. 700 BC). The KI 𒆠 determinative was the Sumerian term for a city or city state. In Akkadian and Hittite orthography, URU𒌷 became a determinative sign denoting a city, or combined with KUR𒆳 "land" the kingdom or territory controlled by a city, e.g. 𒄡𒆳𒌷𒄩𒀜𒌅𒊭 LUGAL KUR URUHa-at-ti "the king of the country of (the city of) Hatti". Mesopotamia Lower Mesopotamia Map of Syria in the second millennium BC (ordered from north to south) Upper Mesopotamia Zagros and Elam Anatolia Settlements of Bronze Age Anatolia, based on Hittite records.
List of archaeoastronomical sites by country - Wikipedia, the fr This is a list of sites where claims for the use of archaeoastronomy have been made, sorted by country. Clive Ruggles and Michel Cotte recently edited a book on heritage sites of astronomy and archaeoastronomy that provides a list of the main archaeoastronomical sites around the world. Australia Ngaut Ngaut oral tradition says these engravings represent lunar cycles.Wurdi Youang, a stone arrangement with possible solar alignments Bangladesh Brazil Bulgaria Cambodia Canada Colombia El Infiernito, (Spanish for "Little hell"), is a pre-Columbian Muisca site located at the outskirts of Villa de Leyva, Boyacá Department, Colombia. China Puyang tomb, dated from 5000 BP, depicts a mosaic of constellations. Egypt Finland Kastelli jätinkirkko (jätinkirkko means literally "giants' church" name given in folklore) France Germany Golan Heights Rujm el-Hiri, ancient megalithic monument in the Golan Heights. Guatemala J.M.
Chakras on Subtle Body and meditation Within every human being there is a subtle body of three energy channels (nadis) and seven energy centres (chakras). At the root of this system lies a creative, protective and nurturing power which is a dormant, maternal energy (Kundalini). When this power is awakened within us, it rises spontaneously through the spinal column, passes through each of the chakras and emits from the fontanelle bone area on top of the head. This process is referred to as Enlightenment (Self-realization). This energy can actually be felt on top of the head and on the palms of the hands. Any imbalances in the subtle system can be felt on various parts of each hand. There are 7 major chakras within our subtle body: Mooladhara, Swadisthana, Nabhi (Manipura), Hearth (Anahata), Vishuddhi, Agnya, Sahasrara Click for larger view! Each chakra has different qualities and by healing or balancing these chakras, we awaken and enhance their qualities within us, making us more balanced and integrated.
Digital Dead Sea Scrolls our forgotten brothers Mediteraneo เมดิเตอร์เรเนียน 地中海 先民, Grekujo 希腊 กรีซ, Hispanujo สเปน 西班牙, Italujo arbaro 意大利 刚果的森林 คองโก ป่า อิตาลี Xitālī, Sardinio 撒丁岛 ซาร์ดิเนีย Sār̒dineīy, Lazio: ลาซิโอ, lā si xo, Romo โรม 罗马, Tibero rivero แม่น้ำ อิตาลี Mæ̀n̂ả Xitālī Camunni. The history of Valle Camonica (near city of Brescia) begins with the end of last ice age, 15,000 years ago when the glacier, melting, creates the valley. The inhabitants, who had begun to visit the valley settled from the Neolithic. They were called by Romans the Camunni, famous for stone carvings: in Val Camonica they left about 300,000 petroglyphs, which made the area one of the largest centers of rock art in Europe. Otzi. Shamanism is tied to groups that show a tight relationship with nature, up to the point in which any menace towards it impoverishes our possible comprehension of its concrete manifestations. Phoenissa, the Bloody One, was the mother of the Phoenicians. Pan.
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