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By Waylon Moosberger
THIS IS NOT A BOOK!!! I divided by essay into different parts so it would be easier to read. I have better things to do than write entire books on Ancient Egypt. This was the Social Studies research essay we had to write for our final school project this year. Well, hopefully it's the final. And...
By Mathew Nicolson
A public worship of the Goddess Bastet during Ancient Egypt's New Kingdom period.
By Consul Moore
There is an exciting story behind the discovery of the text you are about to read. I'm not at liberty to give many details about the circumstances involved in the discovery and eventual translation of the following texts, but out of respect I should mention a summary for one key player involved....
By Sm Elite
Ever wonder how the insect looked like before few hundred million years ? The grasshopper was more than 2 feet long, the centipede was 3 feet long and there were bugs bigger than human. If you are weak heart and scared of bugs then don't read this article.
For the fearless there are more story...
Article | Updated May 20, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Alstair avery was born in ancient england,he was born in an era were magicians were widely accepted,until a sorcerer killed the kings only son,alastair had to leave drinian,the only home he had known since he was a boy,his best friend robin accompanying him,then again the king gets ill of a...
By Matthew Bissonnette
A fictional short story about a man in ancient Rome who wanders aimlessly trying to escape his tragic past and happens to come across a man who has spent thirty years alone sitting atop a stone pillar.
By David Stevens
This is a more horrafying that horror story which follows the life of Tim Layman a writer of fiction into what can only be discribed as a horror story waiting to be written by him. The creature he encounters is from the dawn of mankind, a captive set free by nature to roam and hunt as is its nature.
By Raine Carosin
Everybody seems to get hooked by the word "freedom" and think that it's being denied to them, but on closer inspection, it's a privilege that has to be worked for. I explored the religious aspect one night and when I couldn't sleep for all the thoughts running around my head, I wrote these...
Poetry | Updated Mar 22, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Paul Ficut
Fearing that which was rising from the ancient tunnels the miners take refuge within the dwarven city under the Lonesome Mountain. Due to his lie to protect Neya, Alan becomes the middleman between the king and the miners. After meeting the dwarven court, he learns there is more to fear within...
By Frenzee Da Rebel
Not much is taught about Sudan and its rich history. So I wrote this for all my Sudanese. Never been, but want to visit Kosti where my father is from.
A poem about the unexpected difficulties that arise in relationships.
By Ian Hargreaves
This is a study on human thought. Why do people think as they do? This book attempts an answer. As such, I have cast a large net. You must see for yourself if I have caught anything.
By Matthew Bissonnette
A story of the assassination of a Roman Emperor by his own guard.
A poem based on the poem- Cannibal Spell for King Unis.
Available March 1, 2013 on amazon.com and bn.com (Barnes and Noble)
Since the advent of flight and the infancy of the space program, there have been numerous accounts of UFOs and alien beings. But what about ancient times? Did people observe mysterious objects in the skies prior to the...