Visiting almost every region of the planet, [Levy] explores lost lands that have been associated with Atlantis and considers the importance of Lemuria, Mu and other lost and legendary places from Shambhala and Shangri-la to El Dorado and Hy-Brasil.
This book has been on my TBR list for quite a while and, at last, I got around to read it.
The tablets that have been translated in this book is from the library of ancient Nippur, and includes examples of liturgical compilation texts and various prayers.
All the sagas in this volume has been translated by Gwyn Jones. The sagas in this volume consists of: Hen-Thorir The Vapnfjord Men Thorstein Staff-struck Hrafnkel the Priest of Frey Eirik the Red Thidrandi Whom the Goddesses Slew Authun and… Read More ›
The Kalevala can be seen in the same light as the Eddas and the Illiad and Odessey as it is an epic collection of Finnish mythology. The translation which I read is part of the Oxford World Classics series and I found it to be very readable and enjoyable.
“Ek ken min skrywers wat ’n mens so bewus kan maak van die onafheid van alles, die gebrokenheid van die wêreld.” – Joan Hambidge “Die ernstige De Vries skryf pynlike, maar kragtige verhale.” – Louise Viljoen Ek het Verbeel jou… Read More ›
The Secret Life of Trees: How They Live and Why They Matter by Colin Tudge is a truly fascinating book…
I found The Meaning of Everything: The Story of the Oxford English Dictionary by Simon Winchester to be a very interesting read. Simon Winchester does wonderful work to bring the different people, who worked on the enormous task of compiling… Read More ›