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Egyptian Mythology and Egyptian Christianity
Catalog #: SKU1800

Egypt is unique in its place in history, for that land and people, has had the stamp of every major religion upon its culture. This book explores some of those influences, whether they originated in Egypt, were forced on Egypt, or were brought in by other cultures and missionaries. Examining this book objectively it is not hard to see that the Jesus of the Christians played out the fulfillment of the ancient Egyptian religions and prophecies.

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Eight Years' Wanderings in Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
Catalog #: SKU0839

EIGHT years' wanderings in Ceylon have created a love for this beautiful island which can only be equaled by my affection for Old England from which the independence of a wild life, combined with an infatuation for rambling into every unvisited nook and corner, sentenced me to a term of voluntary exile.

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El Amarna Period, The
Catalog #: SKU3213

As early as 1820 it was known in Europe that in Middle Egypt, on the east bank of the Nile, in the district between Minieh and Siut, there lay the remains of a great city of Ancient Egypt.

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Elder and Younger Eddas
Catalog #: SKU3597

Sæmund, son of Sigfus, the reputed collector of the poems bearing his name, which is sometimes also called the Elder, and the Poetic, Edda, was of a highly distinguished family, being descended in a direct line from King Harald Hildetonn. He was born at Oddi, his paternal dwelling in the south of Iceland, between the years 1054 and 1057, or about 50 years after the establishment by law of the Christian religion in that island; hence it is easy to imagine that many heathens, or baptized favourers of the old mythic songs of heathenism, may have lived in his days and imparted to him the lays of the times of old, which his unfettered mind induced him to hand down to posterity.

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Emerald Tablets of Thoth
Catalog #: SKU1701

I, Thoth, the Atlantean, master of mysteries, keeper of records, mighty king, magician, living from generation to generation, being about to pass into the Halls of Amenti, set down for the guidance of those that are to come after, these records of the mighty wisdom of Great Atlantis.

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Encounters with Qi - Exploring Chinese Medicine
Catalog #: SKU0640

Here is a sympathetic, yet objective appraisal of the concept of Qi (chee), the vital energy which is the unifying principle of Chinese medicine. Here are Chinese sages from the Yellow Emperor of 2700 B.C. to the very modern Dr. Fang, who remarks, "Acupuncture without Qi is only as effective as one man's sticking needles in another." And here are Chinese people from all walks of life as they seek relief, through a rebalancing of their Qi, their vital energy, for ailments from colds to cancer.

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Enuma Elish - The Seven Tablets of Creation
Catalog #: SKU0804

The Babylonian and Assyrian Legends Concerning the Creation of the World
and of Mankind. This is one of the oldest stories known to mankind, first written down by the ancient Sumerians thousands of years ago. It is receiving renewed interest from modern researchers exploring the origins of mankind, the earth, and the solar system. The story reveals how the planets became aligned, how a cosmic catastrophe affected the earth, how mankind came upon the scene, and how the

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Epea Pteroenta: Revelations of the Past
Catalog #: SKU2851

Epea Pteroenta, presumed to be Greek, has no real meaning in the language. The two words are never used separately. In old translations it is always translated as 'words with wings,' but finds no justification in the Greek for that translation. The book is about the mystery and revelations of what or how words are used and the original meaning or usage.

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Epistles of Ignatius
Catalog #: SKU1489

Ignatius, who also called himself Theophorus ("bearer of God"), was most likely a disciple of both Apostles Peter and John. Ignatius is generally considered to be one of the Apostolic Fathers (the earliest authoritative group of the Church Fathers) and a saint by both the Roman Catholics, who celebrate his feast day on October 17, and the Orthodox and Eastern Catholic churches, who celebrate his feast day on December 20. Ignatius based his authority on living his life in imitation of Christ.

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Epitome of Roman History
Catalog #: SKU0957

Eutropius was a pagan Roman historian of the later 4th century, writing in Latin, whose brief remarks about himself let us know that he had served under Emperor Julian the Apostate (ruled 361 - 363) and his history covers the reigns of Valentinian and Valens (died 378). Another historian, Georgius Codinus, (De Originibus Constantinopolitanis, ch. 2) notes that Eutropius had been a secretary to Constantine the Great. That is all that is known.

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Erotica, Poems of Catullus and Tibullus
Catalog #: SKU3056

This edition is the result of many hours of labor to reproduce an exact duplication of a book published in 1854. TGS used scan from three separate books to compile a complete edition for reprinting. No pages missing, all text readable.

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Erotica, The Elegies of Propertius
Catalog #: SKU3055

TGS used 3 scans from 3 different copies of this 1854 book to create this edition. This edition contains all pages and all are readable.

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Eternal Light
Catalog #: SKU1994

The Qabalah is the Secret Doctrine of the Jews, handed down throughout
the ages by the great teachers to their beloved disciples under the solemn
vow of secrecy.

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Ethiopian Lost History
Catalog #: SKU2379

A look into the ancient world of Cush that loved the Egyptian Prince Moses.

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ETNA - A History of the Mountain and of Its Eruptions
Catalog #: SKU3206

WHILE preparing an account of MOUNT ETNA for the Encyclopaedia Britannica, I was surprised to find that there exists no single work in the English language devoted to the history of the most famous volcano in the world. I was consequently induced to considerably enlarge the Encyclopædia article, and the following pages are the result. The facts recorded have been collected from various sources-German, French, Italian, and English, and from my own observations made during the summer of 1877.

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