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Obisidian's Edge 1

At the Edge of Obsidian

“everything burns, the universe flames,
nothingness burns itself into nothing
but a thought in flames: nothing but smoke”

Piedra de sol… 328 more words



Re-reading the Códices

The Mixtec Códices, indigenous screen-fold books written on deer hide, 
are Pre-Columbian pictographs that record the history of the Mixtec peoples. 
There are no words: only brightly coloured scenes 
containing information about rituals, gods, heroes, and ceremonies. 
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James C Stewart

5. Citas importantes. 10. Conócete a ti mismo y conocerás el infinito (Aforismo Zen). 3. El conocimiento de todos nosotros es el mismo

Antiguos códices depositarios de conocimiento (Códice Calixtino)

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4th Century: Coptic Alphabet

Books, Miniatures, Writing and Supports
(Timeline Project)

4th to 9th centuries – The Coptic alphabet was used in Egypt and was perpetuated thereafter by the Coptic Christian church. 52 more words