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... near empty so we ended up sitting by the side of the road for several minutes, trying to shake out the last drops. A couple of hundred metres further on, close to the edge of town, we were accosted by three snarling dogs. I don't think they would have actually bitten us in a hurry and they were simply defending their household but they were very intimidating nonetheless. Our plan had been to get out into the countryside and take in the vineyards. ...
... This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh. She shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man. - Genesis 2:21-23
It's All in the Psyche
by Paul Levy
The underlying source of what is playing out on the world stage is the unconscious psyche of humanity. However, because of its obviousness, this fact goes unnoticed by most people. Jung said, “The psyche is the greatest of all cosmic wonders and the “sin qua ...
... nondecimal systems. The most elegant of his artificial creations was the establishment of 10 as the base for his calculations …. The decimal system is in permanent conflict with our natural tendencies, it is out of rapport with out make-up … the natural way to multiply is to double, as 2, 4, 8 ...’
This of course is the system to which Egypt adhered throughout its history. And, incidentally, today we find the new science of ...
The northern most Argentine provinces of Salta and Jujuy are special for their pre-Andean peaks, coloured sandstone formations, valleys and fertile plains, dotted with rustic villages, towns and Inca ruins. We decided to extend our stay in this fascinating and visually stunning region by a few extra days.
Cafayate is a sleepy little village four hours south of Salta. The bus ride was another eye-popping experience that took us through the Quebrada ...
... long ago but that's the end of our commingling. Back at the hotel, I got to bed fairly early and got up and out. Of all the stops so far this was the least visited town. I think I took one picture in total, but it was a great stop to recoup for a night. The bus ride from Salta to Tilcara is a mere three hours, leaving a manageble four hour ride to the border. I had been told by fellow travelers that Tilcara would be a good place to spend the night and would work well as a homebase ...