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Logos VII Benedictine Deconstruction by David Arthur Walters
Mary, Mother of God or of Jesus? Anathematisms. Christian mob murders a pagan virgin...
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Logos VIII Benedictine Deconstruction by David Arthur Walters
The Infernal Quibbling and back to the Nestorian Controversy...
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Londonderry Is Not Acceptable To The Irish Nationalist Community by Wilfried Voss
'The Londonderry Air' is now sometimes called 'The Derry Air' because 'Londonderry' is not acceptable to the nationalist community....
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Longhorns a Colorful Business by Jerry Engler
The Longhorn cattle of history are a great family enterprise. Their wildlife hardiness and characteristics make sense in terms of human and animal nut...
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Look How Far The Lord Has Brought Us! by DeBorrah Ogans
By the grace of God the “Impossible has become possible!” It took faith, fortitude, stamina, dedication, persistence and perseverance to forge ahe...
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Looking Back by Eugene Meyer
Before the Beltway: Area residents didn't venture far when local roads were the only way to go. - Bethesda Magazine, May-June 2006...
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Lost Worlds: Atlantis by Dr. Carla Goddard
Could Atlantis really be Antarctica?...
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Love. Health. Revenge and Magic in Ancient Rome by Lindsay Townsend
Magic in ancient Rome....
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Magic, love and revenge in Ancient Egypt by Lindsay Townsend
Ancient Egyptian magic in 'Blue Gold'....
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Maids, Butlers, and Malcolm X by Claywoman
A short paper on the history of Black Actors and the Cinema......
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Maintain the Chain by Rodney Dietert
Just how does one go about mapping 500 years of fine art/craftsmen training? Seeking the continuity of training yet incorporating the individuality o...
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Make up in history by inka piegsa-quischotte
Risking death and serious illness rather than being plain - caution went out the window when it came to make up during the centuries....
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Man In the Mirror by Laura Lynch
Did you ever look in the mirror in the morning and wonder when in the world you were going to figure out what to do with your life? Ulysses Grant had ...
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Man To Man by D. Kelly
Sometimes, you can't segregate friends. No matter who you are....
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Man's Inhumanity to Man! (worst of mankind) by Jerry Aragon Ph.D (Phunny humor Doctor)
There were 33 prison inmates killed, in the worst prison riot in the nation's history, at the New Mexico State Prison in Santa Fe in 1980! Santa Fe,...
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Mankind. 2 Minute History by Mark Lichterman
Mankind, from start to finish in two minutes....
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Many articles for historical and religious publications. by Carrie Papa
Too many to list. Please contact me for further information....
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Mark of Mark's Gospel: A Short Biography by John Howard Reid
A new translation of the full and complete text of Mark's Gospel is published in my book, "More Bible Wisdom for Modern Times: Selections from the Ear...
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MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.,: The Black Man of the Century by Uriah Fields
On January 20, 2009, Barack Obama was inaugurated the 44th President of the United States. I was one of the 1.8 million people who gathered on and aro...
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MARY LINCOLN IN NEUTRAL by Feather Foster
Few historical figures are as polarizing as Mrs. Lincoln. You either love her or hate her....
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Mary McLeod Bethune, 1875-1955 by Carolyn Kingsley
African American teacher, a leader of women, adviser to American presidents and a powerful champion of racial equality....
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May 11th Nuclear Tests in India by uppalapati Prasanthi
As a normal citizen, I felt very happy about the tests because I was seriously worrying the Ghori tests conducted by Pakistan few days back and also t...
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Meaningful Monkiers by Larry Perez
The odd and quirky place names of South Florida are a direct reflection of our odd and quirky past....
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Medieval peasants tuck in: feasting at Christmas and Easter by Lindsay Townsend
Peasants' food at medieval holy festivals....
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Medieval people and their pets by Lindsay Townsend
In the Middle Ages, animals were as popular as pets as they were in hunting and farming....
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Medieval vampires - dead or alive... by Lindsay Townsend
Vampire beliefs in the medieval world....
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Mehrgarh's contribution towards emergence of Indus Civilization by RAFI SAMAD
Mehrgah was the site of one of the first settlement in the world. The settled form of life emerged at Mehrgarh in the 8th millennium BC. During its pe...
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Mennonite Heritage Saved by Jerry Engler
One man's concern helped his Goessel, Kansas, Mennonite community, and the community returned it as an honor 30 years later....
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Mercy Warren, American Author and Playwright by Laura Lynch
In the days before Lillian Hellman and Gertrude Stein, Mercy Otis Warren wrote and published plays, poems, and other writings that supported independe...
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Michael Phelps, 8th Gold Medals in a Single Olympic; Breaking Spitz Record by Mary Coe
Michael Phelp,8th Gold Medals in a single Olympic. Most Decorated Athlete of all times; struggled with ADHD as a child...
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Midsummer's Eve by Karen Michelle Nutt
Midsummer’s Eve is in Ireland is also known as St. John’s Eve or Bonfire Night. June 24th is officially St. John’s Day or Midsummer’s Day. It is the...
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Mirror Image - Houston and Lincoln by Celia Hayes
A comparision of two great 19th century Americans...
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Missouri Kicks on Route 66 by Mike Marino
The history of the Mother Road in Missouri from its inception as a Native American Game Trail to the famed Wire Road of The Civil War to its inception...
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Montgomery's White Racists were Mad at Me and Bombed the Church I Pastored by Uriah Fields
In his book "Parting the Waters" Taylor Branch writes," Bell Street Baptst C...
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MOORE’S CREEK BRIDGE BATTLE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR (With Zebulon by Michael Hollingsworth
By all accounts Zebulon, born on November 16, 1761, was a typical young boy of the times toiling out a living on their Duplin County North Carolina fa...
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More Than a Memory: Reflections of Viet Nam, V.R. Volkman, Ed.: Book Review by Irene Watson
"More Than a Memory" edited by Victor Volkman, defines how modern warfare affects the lives of those who lived it, and how it affected their families ...
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Morehouse to Inherit MLK Papers by Nordette Adams
From a href="http://www.goddessblogs.com">Confessions of a Jersey Goddess/a> and the AP Wire: King's Alma Mater receives gift of Civil Rights Lead...
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Moses /More ThanThe Prince Of Egypt by Rich Patriaco
Dedicated to God's Lawgiver...
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Mrs. General Jackson by David Arthur Walters
Why was Rachel Jackson slandered and vilified?...
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Mudslinging, Muckraking and Apple Pie: Presidential Campaigns, the Great Am by Laura Lynch
Are campaigns more or less civilized than in the past? How did all of this campaign craziness get started? ...
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Mummies of Ancient Egypt by Catherine Chadwick
The mysteries of mummification are revealed in this detailed article by Catherine C. Harris....
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Murderous Intellectuals by Jonathan Maxwell: Book Review by Irene Watson
Searching for a sense of understanding and a hope for future prevention, author Jonathan Maxwell explores the different officials of the Holocaust, gi...
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Musing about Schliemann and Troy by inka piegsa-quischotte
A trip to Troy, following the footsteps of Heinrich Schliemann and reliving his excitement at unearthing the treasures....
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Muzio Clementi by Michael Ferris
Muzio Clementi was born in Rome. His father, who was quite fond of music and an amateur musician himself, had been a successful silversmith. He recogn...
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My First Book by Bill Rogers
"The Planters," a history of the early Jamestown (Virginia Colony)and the people's struggles with the greedy Governor. The Hanks family is initially ...
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MY HOUSING DISCRIMINATION CASE by Uriah Fields
The recent revelation of Donald Sterling's refusal to rent apartments to African Americans, causes me to say, "A half century ago I sued a Beverly H...
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Mysterious Gleaming Gold by Marlene Affeld
Primitive man believed gold contained a hidden, internal fire, a gift from the Gods with mysterious healing and magical powers. Numerous cultures of s...
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Mystery of the Majestic-12 Documents by Gary Tenuta
There exists a controversial set of purported Top Secret documents pertaining to the Government's involvement in the UFO phenomenon. The documents ar...
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Myth, Hstory, and Water in the Eastern Sierra by Abraham Hoffman
Summarizes the often contentious history between the Owens Valley and the City of Los Angeles over the construction of the Los Angeles Aqueduct betwee...
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Mythic Origin of Arthur by John Shimmin
How did Arthur leap onto the pages of Medieval Romances? His origins may, in fact, belong to the very foundations of religion and myth itself. ...
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