Last night the brillant yellow moon,
like a cork bobbing in teasing cloud-waves,
appeared and disappeared.
When, for some moments it was not seen,
I wondered what great star-fish
nibbled in the depths on the bait.
A Poem from Gold Branch
Suddenly awakened from slumber,
The pure palace of sleep’s empty silence
Is charged with music of night-rain.
Asleep, I might have been a granite bolder
In the nameless tower of a stony peak.
Now, joy revels in the wind’s commotion:
With bare arms I shall embrace this storm!
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Qin Shi Huangdi:
China's “First Emperor”
Qin Shi Hwang is an historical play in five acts which chronicles the overthrow of the First Emperor of China (221-207 B.C.) by a courageous peasant. It is the story of the three most important characters involved in that well documented revolution.
Passion for Murder
Was Dr. Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, a serial killer? This fascinating book by Eric Miller presents convincing evidence of that proposition. This facsimile publication is authorized by the author,... Read more
Conversations with Velikovsky, Journal Entries 1971: Velikovsky Seeks to “Exploit” Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion” for his book Mankind in Amnesia. by Eric Miller
March 11, 1971
"Talked with V a few minutes ago. Said he read Poe's piece and not only did he read it but he said he wished to "exploit it"... Click to Read
An ELM Review Of
THE PSEUDO-SCIENCE WARS: Immanuel Velikovsky and the Birth of the Modern Fringe by
Michael D. Gordin
That “Truth is not always probable,” is an obvious bit of a puzzle, as said. But, by totally reversing the premise, one might ask: is Gordin confessing a belief himself in miracles and that the improbable “Velikovsky’s Catastrophe” actually happened in 1500 B.C.E.? Or, - ... Click to Read