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Pastor at The House of Yahweh writes article detailing root cause of sickness and disease and how to reverse it. Abilene, Texas (PRWEB) October 17, 2014
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Overseer at The House of Yahweh writes a blog post showing how the Bible gives warning that nuclear war will take place in this generation. Abilene, Texas (PRWEB)
The Theological Artist has launched an enlightening eMagazine dedicated to spirituality and the arts and self-published a new eBook of poetry about knowledge, wisdom, and universal truth.
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When it comes to bar mitzvahs (bat mitzvahs, too), PoemsToGo leads the way in writing original speeches, poems, toasts and their latest specialty: candle lighting poems. Providence,
Nelumbo nucifera is a flowering plant species. This plant may also be commonly referred to as the Indian lotus, the Sacred lotus, Bean of India or simply, Lotus. N. nucifera is an aquatic plant and along with one other species, it makes up the Nelumbonaceae family. The species is a perennial plant meaning it lives longer than 2 years. In fact, the oldest lotus germination was found in northeastern China and came from seeds that were 1,300 years old. N. nucifera is rooted on the bottom of...
Thunderbird is a Native American legend sometimes associated with storms. Several sightings of this creature correlate with storms in the corresponding area. Some researchers describe a Thunderbird as being lizard-like similar to the extinct Pteranodon. Fossils of large birds (teratorns) having a wingspan of 12 to 18 feet were around with early man, and the Thunderbird legend may have derived from them. In April 1890, two cowboys claimed to have killed a giant bird-like creature with a...
Venus’ Flower Basket (Euplectella aspergillum) is a species of hexactinellid sponge found in the deep ocean. It is found with a male and female shrimp living inside it, which spend their lives living in just one sponge basket. Because of this, Asian cultures use the dead, dried sponge as a wedding present to signify the symbiotic relationship of the sponge and shrimp. The shrimp that make their home inside the basket reproduce and their offspring escape and find their own sponge to call...
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