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hymn To Ishstar

Hymn to Ishtar   To thee I cry, O lady of the gods, Lady of ladies, goddess without peer, Ishtar who shapes the lives of all mankind, Thou stately world queen, sovran of the sky, And lady ruler of the host of heaven– Illustrious is thy name . . . O light divine, Gleaming in lofty splendour o’er the…

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Re: The Word

The Revelation of Movement and Time Creating an Energy field and all things Re   15-letter words that start with re reapportionment retroperitoneal reaccreditation reindustrialize resurrectionist resystematizing restrictionisms restrictionists restrictiveness responsibleness restrengthening retroactivities retransmissions retinoblastomas retentivenesses retroreflection retroreflectors retroreflective retrospectively retrogressively retrogradations revalorizations reversibilities revivifications revitalizations revisualization revolutionizing revolutionizers revolutionising revolutionaries revolutionarily reincorporating reincorporation reimplantations rehospitalizing rehabilitations rejuvenescences reinstallations…

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Remythologizing Logos

mythology Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia. Related to mythology: Roman mythology, Greek mythology, Mythology creatures my·thol·o·gy (mĭ-thŏl′ə-jē) n. pl. my·thol·o·gies 1. a. A body or collection of myths belonging to a people and addressing their origin, history, deities, ancestors,and heroes. b. A body of myths associated with an event, individual, or institution: “A new mythology, essential to the …American funeral rite, has grown up” (Jessica Mitford). 2. The field of scholarship dealing with the systematic collection and study of myths. my·thol′o·gist n. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved. mythology (mɪˈθɒlədʒɪ) n, pl -gies 1. (Classical Myth & Legend) a body of myths, esp one associated with a particular culture, institution, person, etc 2. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a body of stories about a person, institution, etc: the mythology of Hollywood. 3. (Classical Myth & Legend) myths collectively 4. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) myths collectively 5. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) the study or collecting of myths Collins English…

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April 13, 2008: 670000 Without Drinking Water In China

  670000 Without Drinking Water In China it is stories like this that scare me. Or more the repercussions of the story in question that scare me the most. 670 000 chinese people are without drinking water after severe drought in the Liaoning Province in North East China. The article goes on to say that 50 million Chinese face…

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Intepretation and Misrepresentation of Myths and Legends. Part 1 An Analogy of Truth

Interpretation and Misrepresentation of Myths and Legends. Part 1  An Analogy of Truth   There are many students on the pathways of knowledge. As with all fields of studies the journey and sights vary from one being to another. Some people are dedicated to the treasure hunt or “search for knowledge” in what others may say is a fanatical…

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Life is full of contrasts and totally opposing views separate points of origin Different destinations and a multitude of varied rest stops on the way but people can live life with blinkers on they can only see a bit in front of them and only remember whats behind them They don’t look sideways to enjoy the scene or stop…

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The Planet and Mankind Originally Posted Feb 2006

Saturday, February 04, 2006 The Planet and Mankind Will the planet survive “The Change” will humanity learn and grow from their mistakes and move towards a peaceful culture of worldwide peace, or will man’s blood lust destroy him in the process. It seems that there is a point, fantasy or real where each species in evolution comes to “The…

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Do You Believe In Santa Claus

I remember being a little lass all those many years ago decorating the Christmas tree and hanging up the mistletoe The sounds of bells takes me back to a place of childhood pleasure through the halls of time I go with memories I will always treasure The smell of fresh baked gingerbread would waft all throughout the place and…

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Emotional Rescue

Ever had a hissy fit? Ever blown your stack? Ever ranted and raved and carried on? If so then you have emotion…. Ever been really hurt and cried for days? (bet you felt better afterwards) and that brings me to the subject on my widdle mind today … Emotions. Do we hide them or do we leave them open…

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