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Was the Fearless Warrior Queen Boudica Not British At All?
Saturday October 17, 2020 2:00pm EST
by Tom Hamilton
Was the Fearless Warrior Queen Boudica Not British At All?

Her home, plundered, her body flogged, her daughters raped – and her vengeance… complete.

During the reign of Queen Victoria and the English Renaissance, the fame of her namesake in meaning—Boudica, first century AD queen of the Celtic Iceni tribe—experienced a historical revival. Roman historians Tacitus and Cassius Dio related how Boudica had led an uprising against the conquering forces of the Roman Empire in 60 or 61 AD. This statuesque woman who was flogged in punishment, and witnessed her daughters raped, is regarded as an important cultural symbol in the United Kingdom. It is said that 80,000 people died in the revolt when she burned down Camulodunum (modern Colchester) and destroyed Londinium (modern London) in a rage—torturing and crucifying any survivors.

The Boudica story, however much it has fascinated us, and however well it has been presented, has always left us with many questions unanswered. Who was Boudica? Where did she come from? How come she and her husband were promoted as overseers of the Iceni tribe?

Tom Hamilton adopts a different stance, looking outwards from the insular, patriotic British viewpoint, away from the Iceni, to understand the ancient Atlantic cultural reality, at a time when there were no borders or nations. Boudica’s statue at Westminster holds the clues, the Latin texts pose the questions. There was always more to this legend, just begging to be found. His research takes us to a small, mountainous region of ancient Iberia still famous for its strong, fearless women. There it is that we will find answers to the identity of the fearless woman who dared to say NO to Rome.

Tom HamiltonBorn in Burnham, England in 1959, Tom G. Hamilton moved to the interior of Portugal in 1992. He is currently investigating the ancient peoples of Beira Baixa, a small region in the interior of Portugal. He has made documentaries and films about the region, music, and the culture, and is currently writing a book about one of his discoveries— unique Iberian turquoise. He is a trained language teacher, professional musician, songwriter and producer, gem-hunter, artisan, investigator, and writer.

Tom spends a lot of his time on mountains, and with Michael Severin, produced Black Mountain Argemela, a film dedicated to the preservation of Argemela and its unique ecosystem. Published on YouTube channel, Vettonia Films.

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Legacy of Ancient Ancestors Dowsing, An Ancient Skill-Set Revived
Sunday September 6, 2020 3:15pm EST
by Dr. Gary White
Legacy of Ancient Ancestors  Dowsing, An Ancient Skill-Set Revived

What is the legacy of our Ancient Ancestors? Is it an innate skill?

Our ancient ancestors lived completely different lives from ours.  They stood on the ground by day and looked at the sky at night.  This gave them a connection to the earth that most of us generally miss.  Our ancient ancestors also had very different needs than us.  For example, they could not just turn on a tap,  and needed to find sources of drinkable water hidden deep below the surface of the earth. Even Moses was a dowser, as God instructed him to take the rod and “the rock yielded water”. We have allowed an ancient skill-set inherited from our ancient ancestors to languish in our deep subconscious, like those hidden water sources.

Drawing on his decades of experience as a successful teacher, composer, and dowser, Dr. Gary White has developed a series of exercises to enable us to access our own innate inner “dowsing mind.” Demonstrating a variety of muscle-testing techniques, Gary illustrates how they can be used for both tangible (underground water, lost items, etc.) and intangible (non-physical queries) dowsing. Moving to profound, consciousness-altering methods, Gary leads us on an exploration that ranges from the material world into the multi-dimensional realms—a source of information and inspiration throughout the centuries.

Gary WhiteGary White, Ph.D. is Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Iowa State University, where he was a professor of music theory and a successful composer. He is author of a number of college-level music theory textbooks. After his (early) retirement in 1994, he established Pilgrims Process Publishers, which has published over 30 books by different authors on a variety of subjects, including sacred sites, pilgrimage, fiction, and a series of seven books under the general title of “Powerful Places in . . .” The series, which is co-authored with his wife, Elyn Aviva, includes: Powerful Places in Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Cornwall, Catalonia, Brittany, and the Caminos de Santiago. His latest book is The Dowsing Mind - Into the Multi-Dimensional Realms and Back.

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Hidden History: What Lies Beneath Our Time-Line?
Sunday August 9, 2020 4:00pm EST
by Jim Willis
Hidden History: What Lies Beneath Our Time-Line?

What causes people to innately believe in mystery and mysticism despite their most rational intentions?

The mythology of the ancients is much richer than that of today. The difference is immediately obvious to anyone who studies the wisdom of the past. The problem, however, is that many of us who were raised in a technologically materialistic and shallow culture don't fully understand the difference. Jim Willis believes that we are living on the cusp of a new, deep, and spiritual paradigm shift that will promote the growth of people who want to look beneath the surface of life and this may be the most exciting time in the history of our civilization.

Quantum mechanics, although counter-intuitive, seemingly impossible, and maddeningly difficult to grasp intellectually, is currently the most tested and consistently substantiated phenomenon in the history of science. Not once has it been proven false. But even Albert Einstein, one of the greatest theoretical physicists who ever lived, refused to accept quantum reality until his initial emotional response was finally overcome by complex mathematical equations. The theory claims, among other things, that the basis of everything is, in the end, nothing, even though a reality called "nothing" probably doesn't exist. What does one do with information like that?

In this scientific age of materialism, we have reduced virtually everything down to its core, peered into the very heart of the atom, traveled to the nether regions of human consciousness, and plumbed the depths of creation itself. And yet, in defiance of all claims of intellectual rationality, polls show that religion, superstition, belief in alien intervention, and psychic abilities still thrill us and form the basis of what many people believe to be true. Why? What is it about these subjects that is so compelling it causes people to innately believe in mystery and mysticism despite their most rational intentions?

Jim WillisHaving earned his master's degree in theology from Andover Newton Theological School, Jim Willis is the author of 13 books on religion and spirituality. He has been an ordained minister for over 40 years while working part-time as a carpenter, hosting own drive-time radio show, as well as being an arts council director and adjunct college professor in the fields of World Religions and Instrumental Music. His current residence in the woods of South Carolina inspired his books Supernatural Gods: Spiritual Mysteries, Psychic Experiences, and Scientific Truths, and Ancient Gods: Lost Histories, Hidden Truths and the Conspiracy of Silence and Lost Civilizations: The Secret Histories and Suppressed Technologies of the Ancients as well as The Quantum Akashic Field: A Guide to Out-of-Body Experiences for the Astral Today he discusses his book: Hidden History Ancient Aliens and the Suppressed Origins of Civilization  which looks at a variety of dissenting, suppressed, and forbidden accounts of history and the origins of humanity.

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The Life and Times of Leonardo Da Vinci
Sunday June 21, 2020 5:00pm EST
by Robin Maxwell

Clandestine meetings of Lorenzo de Medici's Platonic Academy of Florence are the setting for several pivotal scenes in Robin Maxwell’s novel Signora da Vinci. The membership boasted the best and brightest minds of the day. It was here in the palazzos and villas of the Medici—as much as in the artists' studios—that the culture-shattering Italian Renaissance was truly born. While all the members of the Platonic Academy were outwardly devout Catholics, the beliefs of this secretive "Company of Night" had pagan roots, and were considered dangerous and heretical. Those convicted of heresy might be imprisoned, tortured, or even burned at the stake.

In his lifetime, Leonardo da Vinci also came face to face with possible execution. While everyone seems to have extremely strong opinions about the man, no one—biographer or historian—has conclusive evidence about whether Leonardo was straight, gay, bi-sexual or asexual. When Leonardo was 19, he and three other Florentine youths were arrested by the church's vice squad (the Officers of Night) on a charge of sodomy. In those days, sodomites could be burned at the stake. But the infamous trial that ensued proved nothing, and charges were later dropped. The scandal seemed to traumatize this exquisitely sensitive young man. Once an outgoing, fancily clad man-about-town, he became quite reclusive and solitary. Set against the backdrop of Renaissance Italy, bestselling author Robin Maxwell highlights the cultural and religious landscape of one of the world’s greatest artists and inventors, through the eyes of his mother.

Robin Maxwell Robin Maxwell is a historian, screenwriter, podcaster, internationally acclaimed and Los Angeles Times bestselling author of nine novels. Her debut — The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn — is now in its 25th printing. Two historical fiction titles from her Elizabethan Quartet, The Wild Irish and The Queen’s Bastard, are currently in development for a limited cable series “Rebel Queen." Signora Da Vinci and O, Juliet tell the story of the Italian Renaissance from the point of view of two of its most fabulous women. Jane: The Woman Who Loved Tarzan has just been optioned for another limited series for cable television. Robin has long been known as ‘one of the Queens of Historical Fiction.’ With the publication of her new Early Erthe series, she has evolved into ‘one of the Queens of Pre-historical Fiction.” She currently lives with her husband, yogi Max Thomas, at their private retreat and wildlife sanctuary, High Desert Eden, in Southern California.

Set against the backdrop of Renaissance Italy, in Signora Da Vinci, she looks at Leonardo’s life, from the eyes of his mother, Caterina.

| Visit Robin at her website, www.robinmaxwell.com or on Facebook @AuthorRobinMaxwell

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The Great Leviathan, Marquess of Sligo: The Irish Champion of the Slaves
Monday May 25, 2020 4:00pm EST
by Anne Chambers

The story of a man who became known as Champion of the Slaves.

From Ireland, England, France, Austria, Greece, Turkey, and Italy to America and the West Indies, overflowing with historic events, from the French Revolution to the Great Irish Famine,  Howe Peter Browne, 2nd Marquess of Sligo, spy, sailor, and jailbird, lived life to the absolute limits.

At 21, Howe Peter Browne inherited five titles in the peerage, an estate in the West of Ireland and valuable plantations in Jamaica. Educated at Eton and Cambridge, his early years conformed to the popular image of a ‘regency buck’ in the notorious circle of the Prince Regent, including the company of such profligates as Thomas de Quincey, Lord Byron, John Cam Hobhouse, and Scrope Davies.

In 1816 he married Catherine de Burgh and settled on his estates in West Ireland. He alleviated the desperate circumstances of his tenants and established a cotton and corduroy factory in Westport. As famine engulfed the west of Ireland in 1831, at his own expense, he imported cargos of grain and potatoes, built a hospital and dispensary to care for the sick, and raised money in London for relief and additional public works.

On his appointment as Governor General of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands in 1834, Sligo took on the brutal system of slavery. His objective to establish “a social system absolved forever from the reproach of Slavery,” set him on a bitter collision course with the local planters. He was the first plantation owner to initiate a wage system for black workers and after emancipation, to divide his lands into numerous farms to lease to the former slaves. The planters commenced a campaign of vilification against him in the Jamaican and British press.

Lord Sligo earned an honored place in the history of Jamaica, where he is acknowledged as ‘Champion of the Slaves’ and where the town of Sligoville, the first free slave village in the world, still bears his name.

Anne Chambers

Anne Chambers is author of ten biographies, including the best-selling Grace O’Malley – The Biography of Ireland’s Pirate Queen 1530-1603, a historical novel and a collection of short stories. Her latest biography, The Great Leviathan: The Life of Howe Peter Browne, 2nd Marquess of Sligo, 1788-1845 was published in 2018. Her books have been translated into many languages and have been the subject of TV and Radio documentaries for Discovery, The Learning Channel, Travel Channel, ABC Australia, BBC, BBC World Service, RTE, and Lyric FM. In 2018 she was awarded the Wild Atlantic Way Words Festival Hall of Fame Award in recognition of her contribution to Ireland’s literary tradition.

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Creators, Conquerors, and Citizens of Greece
Sunday April 19, 2020 2:00pm EST
by Robin Waterfield
Creators, Conquerors, and Citizens of Greece

Ancient Greek history presents us with many puzzles, but one stands out above all.

Wherever they lived, on the Greek mainland or southern Italy and Sicily, or the coastlines of what is now Turkey, they spoke the same language (albeit in different dialects), worshipped more or less the same gods, dressed similarly, ate and drank similarly, fought their battles similarly, and had similar political institutions. In short, they recognized one another as kin.

Why, then, is their history so often the history of one state fighting another? How could they treat their kin as enemies to be slaughtered and sold into slavery? Why did it take so long for their cultural unity to be translated into a degree of political unity? The long march of Greek history, from its origins c. 750 BC to the takeover of the last of the Hellenistic Greek kingdoms by the Romans in 30 BC, reveals some of the answers.

Author Robin Waterfield gives a magisterial and comprehensive re-telling of Greek history from Archaic, Classic, and Hellenistic periods.

Robin WaterfieldRobin Waterfield is an independent scholar and translator, living on a small olive farm in southern Greece. He took the Classics Prizes in 1972 and 1973 at Manchester University.  He accepted a one-year post in the Classics department at Newcastle University, followed by three one-year posts at St Andrews University, in the Department of Greek. He was an invited lecturer at Williams College, Massachusetts, in January and February 2000, and Writer in Residence at the University of Sussex in the academic year 2001-2; and between 2002 and 2005 he taught academic writing skills at several universities and colleges in London and south-east England. He is co-editor, with Richard Alston, of the Oxford University Press series ‘Ancient Warfare and Civilization’. In addition to more than 25 translations of works of Greek literature, he is the author of numerous books, including Dividing the Spoils and Taken at the Flood and Creators, Conquerors, and Citizens: A History of Ancient Greece.

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First Do No Harm - Did Hippocrates Break His Own Oath?
Sunday March 29, 2020 2:30pm EST
by Anya Leonard

The Hippocratic Oath is one of the most widely known ancient medical documents. Revered and revolutionary, it laid out a code of ethics for physicians – one that is used today, albeit modified. It’s supposed author and namesake enjoys even greater respect. Hippocrates is the beloved venerated doctor whose contributions to the medical field and his pioneering approach to his craft has earned him the accolade of the ‘father of medicine.’ Indeed, he is credited with the beginnings of western medicine.

Primum non nocere – first do no harm – is closely associated with this ancient Greek doctor… but did he really do no harm?

Founder and Director of Classical Wisdom, Anya Leonard, delves into the truth of the man, his work and his legacy, and asks is Hippocrates really worth the hype? And whom his work really hurt...

Anya Leonard

Anya Leonard is the founder of Classical Wisdom and Project Director. She has a MA. in Sociology from University of Edinburgh and studied at St. John’s College in Annapolis with a double major in Philosophy and the History of Math of Science. She lives and writes from all over the world.

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The Messiest Divorce in History - The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn
Sunday February 23, 2020 5:00pm EST
by Robin Maxwell
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Schooled in sexuality, politics, and religion by two of France’s wisest and most progressive royal women, Anne turns the tables on the famous Henry VIII, leading him in a six-year dance of destiny.

Set in the mid-16th century, Anne Boleyn spent her childhood at the court of Duchess Margaret of Burgundy (Margaret of York), and in her adolescence and middle teenage years she was part of the lascivious inner circle of King Francois I’s French court at Amboise Chateau. It is here that Anne receives her political and sexual education, forced by her grasping father to spy for him, and watching as her beautiful sister, Mary Boleyn, is prostituted to become mistress to King Francois, later passed around to all his courtiers as a toy.

While the early years of Anne’s life had been spent in the French court, at the age of 17 she is recalled home to England at the direction of King Henry VIII — a married man — who has already decided the beautiful teenager will become his mistress. But Anne has other ideas. Schooled in sexuality, politics, and religion by two of France’s wisest and most progressive royal women, Anne turns the tables on Henry, leading him in a six-year dance of destiny, in which she becomes the most powerful person (male or female) at the Tudor court, managing against all odds to keep her virginity, be crowned Queen of England, becomes mother of the greatest Queen of England, Elizabeth I and through the introduction of seminal Lutheran texts, shows Henry the way towards the Protestant Reformation. But in doing so she collects the most virulent of enemies, all of whom seethe with jealousy and begin to plot her downfall. Eventually, Anne is tried and executed for treason, adultery, and witchcraft — the “goggle-eyed whore” reviled by everyone, not only at court, but in all of England.                   

Robin Maxwell's international best-selling, award-winning, debut novel The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn — now in its 25th printing (Simon and Schuster, 1998) and translated into 16  languages — is the only historical novel ever written to feature the relationship between Anne and her only child with Henry VIII,  Elizabeth.

Robin MaxwellRobin Maxwell is a historian, screenwriter, podcaster, internationally acclaimed and Los Angeles Times bestselling author of nine novels. Her debut - The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn - is now in its 25th printing. Maxwell’s historical fiction titles include The Queen’s Bastard, Signora Da Vinci, and Jane: The Woman Who Loved Tarzan.  "All the Queens’ Men," based on Robin’s Elizabethan Quartet, is currently in development for a limited cable series. She’s been called ‘one of the Queens of Historical Fiction.’ With the publication of her new Atlantos series, she has evolved into ‘one of the Queens of Pre-historical Fiction." The fourth book in her “Elizabethan Quartet” - The Wild Irish: A Novel of Elizabeth I and the Pirate O’Malley - features, in Maxwell's opinion, the greatest female hero of all time - Grace O’Malley. Maxwell has partnered with Australian producer Monica O’Brien, Ambience Entertainment, and Kew Media for a TV series based on The Wild Irish, soon heading into production. Robin currently lives with her husband, yogi Max Thomas, at their private retreat and wildlife sanctuary High Desert Eden, California.

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Earth Mysteries of Cornwall’s Fogous
Sunday January 12, 2020 5:00pm EST
by Dr. Gary White
Earth Mysteries of Cornwall’s Fogous

Steeped in mystery, the fogous in Cornwall, England cast their captivating presence over all who enter the depths of their earth.

Dating from the Iron Age or Romano-British era, fogous are subterranean dry-stone constructions. The name may be related to the Cornish words fow or gogow, both meaning cave, but they are called vugs, vows, foggos, giant holts, or fuggy holes in local dialects.

Theories as to their use vary from refuges during raids, food storages, religious, or a more spiritual function. It is unlikely that they would have been effective for food storage since Cornwall is a damp climate, and dead-end caves would have been a death trap for anyone hiding from raiders. At these sites, evidence of an Iron-Age community is often found nearby. Were these places of ancient ritual?

Built with stone walls and a corbelled roof and covered with soil that had been excavated during the construction, fogous have dead-end side passages and appear to have astronomical alignments. Some claim they correspond to souterrains or earth-houses in northern Europe, and particularly in Scotland. The difference between a fogou and a souterrain may only be in the name, but that doesn´t mean that they were all used for the same purpose!

There are around 15 extant fogous in Cornwall of which Halliggye Fogou on the Trelowarren estate is generally accepted to be the largest. Other well-preserved fogous are Carn Euny, Boleigh Fogou, and Trewardreva.

Author Dr. Gary White visited Pendeen Vau, located on the Cornish coast of England, near the village of Pendeen. It is situated at Pendeen (Manor) farm, once the home of the renowned historian William Borlase. Pendeen Fogou is a rock-lined, Y-shaped construction that currently looks like a grass-topped mound with a rock retaining wall at its base, overlooking the sea. Local folklore has it that Pendeen Fogou is the home of a spectral “Lady in White” with a rose in her mouth. She appears at Christmas time and is a harbinger of death for anyone who sees her. This legend might be a memory of ancient priestesses who celebrated rituals at the fogou, perhaps during the winter solstice. Gary shares his mystical experience at Pendeen, imagining what a young initiate during a rite of passage ritual may have experienced.

Gary White

Gary White, Ph.D., is Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Iowa State University, where he was a professor of music theory and a successful composer. He is author of a number of college-level music theory textbooks. After his (early) retirement in 1994, he established Pilgrims Process Publishers, which has published over 30 books by different authors on a variety of subjects, including sacred sites, pilgrimage, fiction, and a series of seven books under the general title of “Powerful Places in . . .” The series, which is co-authored with his wife, Elyn Aviva, includes: Powerful Places in Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Cornwall, Catalonia, Brittany, and the Caminos de Santiago. For more information, go to www.powerfulplaces.com.

Discover Powerful Places in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

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The Missing Gods
Saturday December 7, 2019 4:00pm EST
by Freddy Silva
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Could the global accounts of an ancient forgotten race of tall, long-headed people be true?

Humanity’s recent development was the subject of an investigation commissioned by NASA, which pointed to a disturbing trend in evolved civilizations ‘suddenly’ appearing completely developed, to technology and agriculture ‘suddenly’ appearing around 8000 BC, and to science, mathematics, and astronomy ‘suddenly’ manifesting in hotspots like Mesopotamia, Egypt, Yucatan, Peru, Japan, and China.  What all these cultures share in common is the assertion that they inherited a civilization lost to a catastrophe caused by a fragmented meteorite, and an accompanying global flood that closed the Younger Dryas circa 9700 BC.

Freddy Silva takes us on a global tour to Easter Island to meet the Urukehu, described as tall, fair-skinned, red-haired with green eyes, sometimes blonde with blue eyes, and beards; the older moai, with their Caucasian features, extended chins, and hint of goatee, are stylized images of these flood gods; to Tiwanaku, Puma Punku, and a third unrecognized site in the Andes to meet the ‘People of the Serpent’, described as very tall, fair-skinned, red-haired, and featuring elongated skulls and their DNA linked to the region of the Black Sea and what used to be Mesopotamia. We travel to Egypt to meet the Aku Shemsu Hor — Shining Ones, Followers of Horus, described as between eight-and-a-half to 10 feet tall; they too were longheads. The Aku Shemsu Hor might have had a presence on Malta. Tidal waves once dumped 7,000 people, animals, and utensils into the Hypogeum of Hal Saflieni, including hundreds of elongated skull people.

Could the Maltese longheads be the same group of tall flood gods who escaped a sinking land in the Atlantic and fled eastwards? From Gobekli Tepe we see the astronomical tower of Harran, where human activity was present by 8000 BC. Harranu, as it was known, means ‘Enclosure of Anu’, another group of antediluvian gods. The last wisdom keeper of Tongareva, one of the Cook Islands, tells of  a group of gods who  arrived from Mesopotamia circa 3000 BC: red-haired, fair-skinned sages whom they called Tuanake and this brotherhood had been present in the Pacific 6,000 years earlier, specifically on Easter Island, where a platform commemorates them: Ahu Hananakou. So concludes the circle. Who were these people? Where did they come from? And what did they want with us?

Freddy Silva is a best-selling author, and leading researcher of ancient civilizations, restricted history, sacred sites, and their interaction with consciousness. He is also a leading expert on crop circles.

He has published six books in six languages: The Missing Lands: Uncovering Earth’s Pre-flood Civilization; The Divine Blueprint: Temples, Power Places, and the Global Plan to Shape The Human Soul; The Lost Art of Resurrection: Initiation, Secret Chambers and the Quest for the Otherworld; First Templar Nation: How the Knights Templar Created Europe’s First Nation-state and a Refuge for the Grail; Secrets In The Fields: The Science and Mysticism of Crop Circles and Chartres Cathedral: The Missing or Heretic Guide

Described by one CEO as "perhaps the best metaphysical speaker in the world right now,” for two decades he has been an international keynote speaker, with notable appearances at the International Science and Consciousness Conference, the International Society For The Study Of Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine, and the Association for Research and Enlightenment, in addition to appearances on Gaia TV, History Channel, BBC, and radio shows such as Coast To Coast.

He is also a documentary filmmaker, art photographer, and leads private tours to sacred sites in England, France, Egypt, Portugal, Yucatan, Malta, Peru/Bolivia, and Scotland.

Check out his book The Missing Lands: Uncovering Earth’s Pre-flood Civilization. Available direct from the author at www.invisibletemple.com

 


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