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by Richard N. Funk
Author: Richard N. Funk
Publisher: Sarah Book Publishing (2011)
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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I have long been interested in writing fiction, and just published my first book "The Winds of the Gods," which is an action-adventure book about an archeoligist from the University of Texas. This one takes place in Guatemala and is about the early Mayans.
The newly-released novel The Winds of the Gods introduces Dr. Elena Juarez, a University of Texas professor who has broken the code for . Say hello to Lynn and Jim for me and we will be seeing them soon. richardnfunk said: January 4, 2012 at 8:09 pm. Elena Juarez, a University of Texas professor who has broken the code for interpreting Mayan glyphs. Looking for the dig site, she begins having disturbing visions of a robed apparition. Clue by clue this spirit-guide draws her to Acatenango, an ancient mountain-volcano in Southern Guatemala.
First Printing June 1995. Nocturnal Mutterings. You’ve been riding me ever since we left the house. Reaching the top of the winding road they emerged from the green tunnel of overhanging tree limbs. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are the product of the Author's imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to Actual persons, living or dead, events, or locales is entirely coincidental. Bright sunlight filled the car, a refreshing change from the perpetual gloom through which they had traveled. The sunlight lifted his spirits.
This is excerpts of book. because I'm just like him (the queen of procrastination) and as he has stated, some writing days are bad, and there's nothing you can do about it. I still haven't decided if I'm going to watch the 6th season of game of thrones. Trust me, if it weren't as popular as it is, then I wouldn't. But avoiding spoilers will be inevitable.
He published his first (and best-known) book, Chariots of the Gods, in 1968. The worldwide best-seller and was followed by 32 more books, including The Eyes of the Sphinx, Twilight of the Gods, History Is Wrong, Evidence of the Gods, and Odyssey of the Gods. Several have also been made into films.
A wind god is a god who controls the wind(s). Air deities may also be considered here as wind is nothing more than moving air. Many polytheistic religions have one or more wind gods
A wind god is a god who controls the wind(s). Many polytheistic religions have one or more wind gods. They may also have a separate air god or a wind god may double as an air god. Sometimes even a water god. Egoi, god of the south wind. Ilmarinen, blacksmith and god of the wind, weather and air. Tuuletar, goddess or spirit of the wind. Aeolus, keeper of the winds; later writers made him a full-fledged god.
The Anemoi are the titan-gods of the four winds and the four seasons, sons of Eos and Astraeus - namely Boreas, Zephyros, Notus, and Eurus. Although they are lords of their own winds, they all serve Aeolus. In Greek mythology, the Anemoi, or the Winds, were the four sons of Eos, the goddess of dawn, and Astraeus, the god of dusk. They each represented a different directional wind: North, East, South, and West.
All the gods who are depicted in cave drawings in Sweden and Norway have uniform undefinable heads. The archaeologists say that they are animal heads
All the gods who are depicted in cave drawings in Sweden and Norway have uniform undefinable heads. The archaeologists say that they are animal heads. Yet isn't there something rather absurd about worshipping a 'god' whom one also slaughters and eats? We often see ships with wings and even more frequently typical antennae. Figures in bulky suits occur again in Val Camonica (Brescia, Italy) and, annoyingly enough, they also have horns on their heads