Lost Masters: Sages of Ancient Greece

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Reveals the historical connections between ancient Greece and the yogis of the Himalayas. Influential thinkers—including Plata and Pythagoras—were influenced by sages of the East.

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Reveals the historical connections between ancient Greece and the yogis of the Himalayas. Influential thinkers—including Plata and Pythagoras—were influenced by sages of the East.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780893892609
  • Publisher: Himalayan Institute Press
  • Publication date: 7/28/2006
  • Pages: 232
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 8.62 (h) x 0.54 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2013


    Artemis Temple/Home: large pure silver and white marble mini Partheon with a sacred blue eternal fire in the inside, blue crystal pond (for Iris Messaging). Pond has two streams going all over the place. Crystal and reg. Koi swim in it. Streams empty out to moat/laparound pool in front of temple. Second level is just hung in midair with a silver and white bed and bow and arrow things. Targets line the second level perimeter and only way to get up is a cloud staircase only available to Olympians. At the end of the room are four staircases leading down. First one has two wolves guarding it so no one gets hurt. It is an archery range. Second has a place for Hunters of Artemis if they wish to stay. Third is for shelter during war, and fourth is for guests. Yeah, dont judge me if being ridiculus, I like more modern things but still kinda traditional.
    <-----<< ARTEMIS >>----->

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