- Author:Charles William King
- Publisher:BiblioLife (April 19, 2009)
- Pages:540 pages
- FB2 format1848 kb
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He discusses the fudged birthdate of Jesus, Masons' marks, and Simon Magus. The book is a fascinating tour of hidden knowledge. In the final part of the book, there were no sub-sections. To break up this long part of the book into files, I have inserted logical sub-section headings. As usual, these are in green type. J. B. Hare, 5/28/2006.
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Charles William King
Charles William King. Leaden Book of the Museum Kircherianum 147 7. 151. The Ineffable Name of the Hindoos The Gayatris. 9 Then they began to kiss it, and put it upon their heads and their eyes saying, This is certainly an undoubted truth, and it is really surprising that the fire could not burn it, and consume i. Встречается в книгах (30) с 1798 по 2005.
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Charles William King (5 September 1818 – 25 March 1888) was a British Victorian writer and . The Gnostics and their Remains" - online text of the book.
Charles William King (5 September 1818 – 25 March 1888) was a British Victorian writer and collector of gems. King was born in Newport, Monmouthshire, and entered Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1836. He graduated in 1840, and obtained a fellowship in 1842. He was a senior fellow at the time of his death in London. Catalogue of the engraved gems collected between the years 1845 and 1877 by . BNF: cb15591192k (data).
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