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Trancer-X
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so as to keep the thread on topic:


Enuma Elish




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Trancer-X
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quote:
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so as to keep the thread on topic:


Enuma Elish



I'm assuming that noone on this board has any idea as to what this is about...



I'm not surprised that people from the Bible-belt don't know (or don't want to know), but for those that are interested in spirituality, consciousness exploration, or just the written history of our civilized world, this is a must read.

http://www.cantrell.org.uk/david/re...numa-elish.html

http://www.sacred-texts.com/ane/chad/

http://www.crosscircle.com/CH_1c.htm

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Currently reading "hegemony or survival" by Noam Chomsky


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quote:
Originally posted by DR86
Currently reading "hegemony or survival" by Noam Chomsky


ya me too.. dont like it though. i hate his style. too preachy. doesnt let the reader draw conclusions, he just hammers his own over and over.


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The Question of God by Dr. Armand Nicholi - a great non-biased book on the lives of Sigmund Frued and C.S. Lewis, discussing religion, sexual views and thoughts of love and life.

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A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson. A must read for anyone that likes science.

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quote:
Originally posted by DJ-Dank-Poo

PS... btw anuneventrade how is the book:
"The Best War Ever" - Michael C.C. Adams


I apologize for taking so long to get back to you, but the novel is simply brilliant. Adams perspectives bring a jolting chill to what most believe happened. I'm simply in love with the book, I read it very often.


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Jason Burke's book...Al-Qaeda: The True Story of Radical Islam...is supposedly THE bible of al-Qaida and the war on terror. I recommend this excellent book to everyone interested in the war on terror. Burke identifies three phases of al-Qaida, and we are now in the third evolutionary phase after Afghanistan - where al-Qaida is no longer a terrorist group, but an ideology...

"You are a member of al-Qaida if you say you are"

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The Mystery of Banking by Murray N. Rothbard











occrider needs to read this one

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Re: Da Book Recommendations Thread inda Houze..

quote:
Originally posted by TranceGiant
Sorry for the Ali G. accent.

Anyway, inspired by Nadi's desire for good Nietzsche stuff I had the idea of opening a thread where all of you Intellectuals could share and reommend books which you consider special and unique, books that have had a great impact on you and that helped shaping certain attitudes of yours and your world view in general.
So.....what are in your opnion must-reads in the fields of politics, economy, arts and culture, philosopy etc....You can name novels, too!



Hello!

Without any hesitation, THE best book I have ever read is Beelzebub's Tales to his Grandson by George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff, a mystical man. This a unique book about philosophy, esotericism and religion.


His task is "to destroy, mercilessly and without any compromise whatever, in the mentation and feelings of the reader, the beliefs and views, by centuries rooted in him, about everything existing in the world".
[...]
"And so, cheerful and swaggering candidate for a buyer of my "wiseacrings," having warned you that I am going to write not as professional writers usually do but quite otherwise, I advise you to reflect seriously before you embark on reading my further expositions, and only then to undertake it.
Otherwise, I am afraid that your hearing and other perceptive as well as digestive organs may be so thoroughly automatized to the "literary language of the intelligentsia" prevailing at the present time on Earth that these writings of mine might affect you very, very cacophonously, and thereby you might lose . . . do you know what? . . . your appetite for your favorite dish, and that special psychic feature of yours which particularly "titillates your vitals" on catching sight of your neighbor, the brunette.

That my language, or rather the form of my mentation, can produce such an effect I am, thanks to repeated past experiences, as much convinced with my whole being as a "thoroughbred donkey" is convinced of the rightness and justice of his obstinacy".

Having read the book five times, I think he is right.

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Re: Da Book Recommendations Thread inda Houze..

Anyone ever read Behold A Pale Horse? Was recommended by a friend but find its hard to find.

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