Friday 09/01/2017 – 6pm EDT, 3pm PDT
Ed Augusts’ World of Books, History, Ancient Knowledge, World Politics, & a little Esoterica
Tuesdays & Fridays – 6pm EDT, 3pm PDT
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Beautiful ancient Egyptian art turns our minds to a meditation on the warming, benevolent powers of the Great Sphinx, as well as the idea of the Pyramids, being entirely without decoration and art, being quite possibly from an entirely different civilization.
We also delve into investigating some News of the Day, and related subjects and people, through the Tarot.
Finally, we spend the last 20 minutes on clearing-up some mysteries of the cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, Etherium, Litecoin, Ripple, etc.
Texas Open Sword Carry
Source: Ed Augusts’ World, followed by Mad Scientists Exposed 09/01 by FreedomizerRadio | Culture Podcasts
1 of the 30 illustrations
Baker, R. Granville. The Walls of Constantinople. John Milne, London, 1910. Hardcover. Black lettering and design stamped on reddish brown cloth. Gilt lettering on spine. 30 illustrations. Good, with tear to top left edge of spine. Text and interior are very good and well-bound. Ex-lib with markings on spine and first few pages, as usual. Author spent years of investigation at the ancient wall, much of which has since disappeared. He describes the wall as he goes, and pieces together its chronology, as well. Scarce. $85.00
Thomson, Jane Sproul & Ransom, Bernard (eds.) Archaeology in Newfoundland and Labrador 1980: Annual Report No. 1. Historic Resources Division, Department of Culture, Recreation and Youth. Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. St.John’s, Nfld., February 1981. 4to, (magazine size). Very good to fine throughout, former owner’s name lightly on top corner of front cover. Illustrated with b&w figures and plates. This was the first of a number of annual reports and one rarely seen. $40