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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Randall Curtis 
 Article Title :: Numerology Is More Than Numbers
Over thiry-five years ago, I picked up a book on numerology and began to have a hard time believing that numbers had anything to do with my life. Shortly thereafter, I was awakened from a deep sleep by a loud voice that seemed to scream into my ears, "Numbers are real!"Since that time, I have found out that numbers really are real.Oh, I can't blame you for not believing that numbers are real. I didn't for a very long time. But if you diligently investigate how they show what is happening, and will be happening in your world, you will find some amazing truths.Almost all of us have heard of the strange "coincidences" of numbers. I was born with a 17 birthday, wh  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: Timbuktu and Brotherhood Too
Juba II in America:Ahmed Osman tells us about the destruction of all knowledge around the end of the 4th Century Ad as a result of Roman edicts and the desire to make people into sheep to herd as they saw fit. “The Serapeum, originally established by the Ptolemies, later became also a centre for Gnostic communities, both Hermetic and Christian. Some Gnostic Christian sects grew out from within the cult of Serapis, and made no distinction between Christ and Serapis. With the destruction of the Serapeum, not only Egyptian knowledge was lost, but also Mesopotamian, Syrian, Phoenician, Jewish, and Greek. The whole scientific achievement of the old civilizations, regarded as he  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Peter Blinn 
 Article Title :: Hello I Must Be Going: The Vanishing Twin
They walk among us. By the mid nineties, science had only smoked out a few dozen of them worldwide but there are undoubtedly many more. You may well know some of them. You may even be one yourself. Perhaps you're sometimes haunted by the sense that there is someone lurking very near, invisible and silent but sharing that odd thought, impression, or fear from time to time. A more solid clue might be found in the skin on your back. Sometimes you can see this plainly though they say it's usually only discernable under UV light.I'm talking about what might be looked upon as the most extreme form of Siamese or conjoined twinning, one in which both bodies have merged completely into a si  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Don Bracken 
 Article Title :: Propaganda and American Journalism, Born Joined at Birth
Passion was the main stuff of journalism long before the Civil War, the birthplace of modern American journalism. The Press of the American Revolution during the War and before it, was borne of it. Newspapers then were not as we know them today. Weekly advertising mediums they were, but they were primarily opinion pieces designed to protect interests or to provoke the readership. They were propaganda organs in the truest sense. They were virtual flagpoles of ideology from which the editor could wave his political flag. As tools of political activism they often published articles of principles treating of various freedoms or governmental responsibilities, as the editors saw them to be, mo  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Alevoor Rajagopal 
 Article Title :: Art of Living and You
Hi all. So what if I don't know to blog? I have come on the block. Oh! No, this is not me telling. You know I was pushed into blogging when I just became aware of the word. And the words above are the generous advice of that pusher. He is a friend of long standing. If I have to blame him, I have to blame for reasons that are countless. You know he is such an affable fella and a friendly devil kinda guy that you can't blame him even when you want to. Secretly I confessed to the fact that for many things I am today, he is the person that can take credit.After all why should he do it to me or is he just kind to me alone? He is a couple of years older than I. he was a form ahead of me   (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 Article Title :: Inspiration for Teachers: 8 Universal Laws
The Law of the FutureI realize this is a bumper sticker cliche, but it doesn't make it any less true. You really do "touch the future" with your students.The Law of the OneMost people can remember the one or two teachers who believed in and took a special interest in them. For many of us, these special teachers made a tremendous difference in our lives. Might you be "the one" this year?The Law of LearningWhatever subject you teach, if you can foster a love of learning in your students, you have done more than perform your job well.The Law of the Three P'sPolitics: In teaching, as in any other profession, t  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Michael Cooper 
 Article Title :: Term Paper on Shakespeare's Sonnets
Shakespeare's Sonnets: Time and DecayEventually, time and decay effect everything. Shakespeare uses this theme in many of his sonnets. The sonnets give no hint of an afterlife and express that nothing survives time. Shakespeare used numerous methods to depict this theme including personification, metaphors and similes. Even though Shakespeare says that time destroys everything, he also addresses how to “defeat” time to a degree. One way to “defeat” time is to marry and have children. A person’s offspring will in some measure carry him or her on throughout time. Shakespeare also believed that poetry is immortal and those who are featured in them will be also. He o  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: David Norden 
 Article Title :: The Secret Behind the African Mask
An interview between Frank Heirmann and David Norden:How to you become an expert?"It is like Jazz Music, most don't get a clue, because you must listen to it much and for a long time. You must see thousands of mask before understanding the mystery. The Nordens have been antique dealers for three generations. My mother collected African art and from the age of 6 I went with her to auctions. My father had from time to time African art in his shop on the Lange Leemstraat, but my mother kept the best pieces for herself. My father wasn't really an afro-specialist in the same way as my brother Jacob who took up the family shop specialized in antique music instruments. I too had th  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Shaun Yeu 
 Article Title :: Chinese Folk Customs, Games, and Performing Arts
Chinese people love excitement, and Chinese New Year and other traditional festivals are times of special celebration and joy. Singing and dancing are everywhere. In spite of the heavy influence of Western culture in the increasingly cosmopolitan Taiwan, the various customs and activities accompanying traditional fests and celebrations are still observed with enthusiasm. Many of these folk customs and performances are incorporated into the festival celebrations and competitions held on Chinese New Year and other festivals, and have been passed down from generation to generation. The most common of these are perhaps the dragon dance and lion dance. Children growing up in Taiwan, even ones   (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Sunny Sambhara 
 Article Title :: Tippers Crusade
The union was formed two hundred and twenty six years ago by the forefathers of this nation out of spite for a foreign oppressive government that not only dictated the structure and function of our domestic society but also its morality. The constitution became the hallmark of the American struggle for independence the basis of a new government and a new set of values filled with a series of statements forever protecting the rights of the people from governments “foreign and domestic”.One such amendment held dearly by the American people is the first, commonly known as freedom of speech. It has been a freedom both consistently enjoyed and challenged during the course of Ameri  (read full article)
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