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The Divine Codes : Issue 3

By: Alok Jagawat, Editor

A free e-magazine on spirituality, jyotisa, nadi jyotisa, gems, vastu, divine subjects, mundane astrology, palmistry, yoga, ayurveda and all oriental subjects. This is the third issue of our magazine. ...

• Astrology in ayurvedic classics 2 • Marital disharmony – an astrological analysis 10 • Punya rekha and its interpretation with vedic nadi jyotisa. 15 • Analysis of vitro fertilization(ivf) pregnancy in the light of astrology 21 • The riddle of karaka bhava nashaya (a mystical astrology principle) 33 • Age 32 – bsp rules analysis 44 • How to prepare food in a household? the vedic paak vidhi 54 • Badhak concept in new light. 61 • Dreams and moksha 66 • Prithvi tatwa: the laws of naturopathy 73 • Ten easy vastu tips that can make you wealthy 76 • Terror attack on uri 18 sep 2016 78 • Mushtika prasna: a troubled married life 83 • The good, the bad and the ugly: astrologers and soothsayers ...

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Ades Web Magazine: Northern Florida

By: Manuel Balossi

Rent a car and drive: the most beautiful sceneries are to be found driving along Highway 1 (just everywhere, north to south), Highway 319 in Apalachicola National Forest, Interstate 10 just outside Pensacola, and Highway 98 near Fort Walton Beach...

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Ades Web Magazine: Southern Florida

By: Manuel Balossi

Glamour, chic, rich: this is Miami Beach! An incredible nightlife after dinner in one of its famous restaurants, days spent on its sunny lazy beaches, an extensive Art Deco District: a vibrant and multicultural centre...

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Ades Web Magazine: Barcelona

By: Manuel Balossi

A city surrounded by mountains and beaches: almost incredible but this is Barcelona! A sunny climate comes with architectural wonders, a very good cuisine and its renowned Movida...

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Ades Web Magazine: Florence

By: Manuel Balossi

This is the very heart of Florence: start here your visit, in this strangely shaped square whose renowned Palace is one of the symbols of this town; near the front door, there’s a copy of the David by Michelangelo. The Uffizi Gallery is one of the most famous museums in the world: art masterpieces from 13th to 18th century reside here...

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Ades Web Magazine: Brussels

By: Manuel Balossi

Nobody thinks about this as a very beautiful city: indeed it is! Easy to get to and to visit, Brussels is a tranquil and relaxed city. Moreover it is the administrative center of Europe. Climate is its only flaw: you can experience spring, summer and fall (even winter, sometimes) in just one day...

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Ades Web Magazine: Vietnam

By: Manuel Balossi

Hundreds of boats sail each day to take tourists to the small islands of Halong Bay. And at least a one-day journey from Hanoi to get here is compelling. Fishermen’s villages on the water, big caves to explore, a tasty seafood, an amazing view: everything seems perfect for a visit...

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Ades Web Magazine: Cambodia

By: Manuel Balossi

You need two days to visit the entire complex thoroughly. So start with the Petit Circuit and then proceed to the Grand Circuit and you will admire, in no hurry, this incredible place. You can rent a car (with driver: never drive by yourself in South-eastern Asia), a small bike, a bicycle or a tuk-tuk: prices change every year so it’s useless to list them. In sunny days it’s very hot: street vendors are everywhere and finding a bottle of water is never a problem....

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Ades Web Magazine: Thailand

By: Manuel Balossi

Bangkok is the most vibrant city in South-eastern Asia, cosmopolitan and exotic, ancient and modern, frenetic and enjoyable. Chinatown and its street vendors, Dusit and the Ananda Samakhom Throne Hall, Sukhumvit with its street markets, the busy Prathumwan quarter, the floating market in Taling Chan: every place deserves a visit but absolutely do not forget the Royal Palace and the Wat Pho temple (with a giant golden Buddha)...

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Ades Web Magazine: Australia

By: Manuel Balossi

A continent or just an island? Maybe both! Deserts, mountains, tropical rainforests, a few fertile plains: undoubtedly there are a lot of contrasts in this country, whose cities and population are concentrated along eastern and south-eastern coasts. Nonetheless its heart is what fascinates the most: red mountains and red sand are what the world knows better of Australia...

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Ades Web Magazine: New York City

By: Manuel Balossi

Bright lights, towering skyscrapers, frantic people: welcome to the Big Apple! New York City is one of the most fascinating cities in the entire world and its museums, restaurants, night-life, architecture and trends will conquer you...

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Christ's Journal

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

In Christ’s Journal, the author takes a daring step in this unique novel and places the reader for the first time in the shoes of The Fisherman. In this finely crafted and historically realistic portrait of the ancient Biblical world, Bartlett recreates the moving story of the last months of Christ’s life as Jesus Himself may have experienced them when He brought to mankind a message of love and enduring hope....

PREFACE by Steven James Bartlett xi CHRIST’S JOURNAL 1 ABOUT THE AUTHOR 67 COLOPHON 71

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Findings Magazine: September 2012

By: National Institute of General Medical Sciences

This magazine from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of General Medical Sciences showcases diverse scientists who do cutting-edge research and lead interesting lives. Each issue also contains brief research highlights, a puzzle or other activity and links to online extras. It is available in PDF format (see http://publications.nigms.nih.gov/findings/issues.asp for links to PDFs of all issues)....

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Hinduism Today : Rites of Passage, Volume July/August/September 2010: Rites of Passage

By: Various

The July-August-September edition of Hinduism's flagship spiritual magazine, Hinduism Today, has been released in digital form and is now available for free on your desktop. It travels the globe from India to Australia, from Nepal to Mauritius, and it introduces an amazing man we have named the 2010 Hindu of the Year. That story first. He's known throughout India as an innovator, a dauntless worker and a brazenly proud Hindu. Sri P. Parameswaran is as active in his 80s as most of us ever become, writing, campaigning for social reform and building, building, building dharma institutions. You may have visited the Vivekananda Rock Memorial. That's there because of him....

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Findings Magazine: January 2012

By: National Institute of General Medical Sciences

This magazine from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of General Medical Sciences showcases diverse scientists who do cutting-edge research and lead interesting lives. Each issue also contains brief research highlights, a puzzle or other activity and links to online extras. It is available in PDF format (see http://publications.nigms.nih.gov/findings/issues.asp for links to PDFs of all issues)....

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Extracts from Baudelaire’s Prose

By: Charles Pierre Baudelaire; Tony Kline, Translator

Prose Extracts; A small selection from Baudelaire’s prose writings.

I: From Les paradis artificiels (Artificial Paradises) II: From Le Peintre de La Vie Moderne (The Painter of Modern Life) III: From Fusées (Rockets) IV: From Mon coeur mis à nu (My heart laid bare) V: From The Brussels Journal...

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The Narrow Road to the Deep North

By: Kuniharu Shimizu

"The Narrow Road to the Deep North" is the the haiga eBook of Basho's famous travel journey "Oku no Hoso Michi". This book contains haiga of all Basho's haiku, and English and Japanese text of the whole journal. This eBook won the Finalist Prize at 2011Asia Digital Art Award....

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Hinduism Today : Hindu of the Year, Sri Bharati Tirtha Swami, Volume October/November/December, 2011: Hindu of the Year, Sri Bharati Tirtha Swami

By: Various

The October, November, December, 2011 edition of Hinduism's flagship spiritual magazine, Hinduism Today, has been released in digital form and is now available for free on your desktop....

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Travels in Italy

By: François de Chateaubriand; Tony Kline, Translator

A new authoritative translation of Chateaubriand's travel notes Voyage en Italie. Romantic Classicism among the ruins!

First Letter to Monsieur Joubert Journal Second Letter to Monsieur Joubert Third Letter to Monsieur Joubert Tivoli, and Hadrian’s Villa The Vatican The Capitoline Museum The Doria Gallery A Moonlit Walk through Rome A Trip To Naples Pozzuoli and Solfatara Vesuvius. Patria, or Liternum Baiae Herculaneum, Portici, Pompeii To Monsieur de Fontanes...

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Hinduism Today : Amma's Golden Temple, Volume January/February/March 2011: Amma's Golden Temple

By: Various

The January/February/March edition of Hinduism Today, Hinduism's flagship magazine, has been released in digital form and is now available for free on your desktop. You can read it on our website or download it. In this issue we deliver two monumental Educational Insights, a major feature story on the famed Golden Temple of Vellore and a host of other captivating pieces....

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