Monthly Archives: April 2010

Joshua and his Cannan occupation

The Book of Joshua in the Old Testament tells the story how Joshua took over the position of Moses, the great prophet, as the leader of his people, the Israelites, and how he accomplished the occupation of Canaan, the Promised Land. … Continue reading

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Champagne, France in the 1230s

The authorship of one of Arthurian romances titled The Death of King Arthur (La Mort le Roi Artu) has been connected to a contemporary Welshman Walter Map (1140-c. 1210), and has been usually dismissed by scholars. According to James Cable, … Continue reading

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The Daniel Prophecy

‘But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.’ (Daniel 12:4)   One of famous prophecies above can be … Continue reading

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Moses

Moses is one of the most important prophets referred in the Old Testament. Traditionally, it has been attributed to this prophet who authored the first five books of the holy Bible as well. Following is a summarised story of Moses’ life and deeds from … Continue reading

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Sir Francis Galton, the founder of “eugenics”

The name of Sir Francis Galton (1822-1911) has certain opportunities to be referred due to the results of his peaceful, or at least harmless, researches (i.e., the relative sensitivity of men and women at the nape of the neck, conducted and … Continue reading

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The Menoan Civilisation in Crete and the origin of Alphabet

Here is a summary from an article from a BBC web page. This is quite interesting to consider how civilisation began to develop in Europe initially.   ‘In 3000 BC, Europe could only be described as uncivilised. The indigenous people … Continue reading

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Paracelsus performing the experiment of Palengenesis

Paracelsus (1493-1541) is one of the most influential, but also mysterious, philosophers, thinkers and medical researchers in the sixteenth century. There survived several portraits of him and there are many opportunity for anyone to come across with them being printed … Continue reading

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