Belladonna (Secrets of the Eternal Rose, book 2) by Fiona PaulOr it might just be a list of herbal recipes. Some think the Voynich Manuscript, named after the second-hand book and antiques dealer thought to have discovered it in Italy in , holds the secrets to eternal life. And the pictures it contains: elegantly detailed drawings of plants and animals not seen on the planet, naked women and some jellyfish-like creature, add to the intrigue. The Voynich Manuscript is slightly bigger than a paperback, has pages and is written in brown ink, punctuated by the rich, wild illustrations. Carbon dating has found it was created between and Siloe, which specialises in making facsimiles of old manuscripts, bought the rights to make exact replicas of the Voynich. The company always publishes replicas of each work it clones —- a number which is a palindrome, or a figure that reads the same backwards or forwards —- after the success of their first facsimile that they made copies of
While reading, you w. Nearly all religions and spiritual factions recognize him as their founder and patriarch. It is none other than Abraham who is the forefather of the science that transcends nationality, a science that is universal, for it emerged before the world was split into nations and languages. It is a science that has disappeared many a time over the centuries, but always reappeared, ever more wrapped in myths and legends. This process was deliberate. People were not yet ready to accept it, as it is precisely in our time that this science, known as Kabbalah, is meant to be revealed.
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Father of three and grandfather of three. Full Profile The five books of the Torah correspond to the five attributes a person has to reveal inside himself and correct. In these properties, he will reveal the world he really exists in. Instead of the fictitious corporeal world, he begins to see a different world and feel he actually lives in it, an eternal and whole world, while constantly expanding and attaining its internality. Each of the worlds characterizes the development of a certain basic sense, like the sense of feeling, for example, but they include all the other senses inside.