By Jools Sinclair
Occasionally the dwelling hang-out the dead… It’s been numerous months considering Abby Craig used to be abducted and held prisoner on a small island. numerous months considering Nathaniel Mortimer carried out his experiments, looking for out why she used to be the single certainly one of his sufferers to outlive. After returning domestic, Abby is extra made up our minds than ever to have a regular existence. yet there are unseen forces conspiring opposed to her. goals and visions hang-out her sleepless nights. And somebody or anything is looking to her from past the grave. while Abby starts off to determine a ghost who turns out to want anything from her, she quickly discovers she’s now not the single one being haunted. A bad secret's approximately to return to gentle, and it'll take all of Abby’s braveness to stand it.
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The first book of the Mahabharata reveals the intimate history of the unmarried Kunti, who not only received a visit from the Sun God, but also had a son by him, a son who is supposed to have been as radiant as the sun itself. As Kunti was afraid—even in those days—of falling into disgrace, she laid the child in a little basket and put it in a river. Adhirata, a worthy man of the Suta cast, fished basket and child out of the water and brought up the infant Really a story that is hardly worth mentioning if it were not so remarkably like the story of Moses!
For there are facts buried among the descriptions that must have been known to the author of the Epic of Gilgamesh, if we look at them in the light of present-day knowledge. Perhaps asking some new questions may throw a little light on the darkness. Is it possible that the Epic of Gilgamesh did not originate in the ancient East at all, but in the Tiahuanaco region? Is it conceivable that descendants of Gilgamesh came from South America and brought the Epic with them? An affirmative answer would at least explain the mention of the Gate of the Sun, the crossing of the sea and at the same time the sudden appearance of the Sumerians, for as is well known all the creations of Babylon, which came later, go back to the Sumerians.
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