A Photo Book in Reflection of Biblical Language Codes: Mythology

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A Photo Book in Reflection of Biblical Language Codes provides a series of photo and artwork. It is 11 Chapters with an one page introductions; including 'these' to be theory of an ancient language code or basis. I have earlier copyright the finding of the language. I do not recommend to see an entirely literal phenomenon. The Book attempts to enhance from the ardor of idiosyncratic words and names of Bible verse, and to be truly appreciated in only a page turning experience. The emotion of mosaic art is followed...
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Overview

A Photo Book in Reflection of Biblical Language Codes provides a series of photo and artwork. It is 11 Chapters with an one page introductions; including 'these' to be theory of an ancient language code or basis. I have earlier copyright the finding of the language. I do not recommend to see an entirely literal phenomenon. The Book attempts to enhance from the ardor of idiosyncratic words and names of Bible verse, and to be truly appreciated in only a page turning experience. The emotion of mosaic art is followed by a cat to hold a cable in search to the Pegasus of Classical Literature and Bible verse.

Find art of the beheaded Medusa, and to essentially turn to stone a reader in only to lessons of an art appreciation. Better ideas include to swim amongst such tropical fish. The dilemma of the names of Kings or Kingdoms is discouraged to actually own the phenomenon; yet to find variety of photo of David and Patriarch Abraham.

The book lights up the emotion by a work of art, and to then derive the angelic perception by a next work of art. Find trays of cheese slices and fruit. The unusual work does entrain sorts of symbol; including a mouse in a shot glass to be symbol of a verse. The use of images is explained to be room filling visions, and to seek a translation of God in such a basis. The work of Dr. Carl Jung is quoted to derive humanity to speak in ancient affects, and Saint Augustine to recommend against finding any simple verses to a Bible.

Discussions are made to attempt to turn down such comprehensions. Sophistry is a philosophy to allow the disadvanced to rule, and to so find variety of ever narrower idea. You derive concerns to lose translations of the many books of the Bible to a Babylonian slavery; which are given to author the Old Testament. The idea does not then require or demand an all loving God; so to derive more of an intent to translate such statement by ever more added bleach to the reading. 'These' are topics translated into photo and artwork series. The product are lesson about manner to view or appreciate the art of the Bible and Classical Literature. Find also photo and artwork of John, Luke, Paul and Jesus.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461024774
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 4/7/2011
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.33 (d)

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