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Chapter 1 - Belakane  In Syria, long before the Holy Wars, lived king Gandin (Gandein) of Anschau (Anjou) whose ancestral home was faraway France. Gandin had a son named Gahmuret, a bold and adventurous knight who feared no adversary, but excelled especially in wooing women and avoiding penance for his lustful ways. When Gandin died in combat, Gahmuret refused his entitlement...

“The Goose Girl or die Gänsemagd" In variations, this story can be found in nearly all European countries, as well as on other continents. Mysteries are conveyed in symbols as in Maier files there are plenty. Symbols can be decoded only by those initiated into the state of mind whereby their content becomes obvious, their intentions clear to the enlightened intuition....

Meister Eckhart (the thirtheenth-century German mystic) once said, "if you fight your death, you'll feel the demons tearing away your life, but, if you have the right attitude to death, you will be able to see that the devils are really angels setting your spirit free. In the ancient religions, the being who guides the human spirit through the underworld...

Everything is economics and war is indeed no exception. Not many figures will be necessary to remind of Germany's unprecedented economic expansion after her unification in 1871. The following may suffice: Production in coal between 1871 and 1906, quadrupled; between 1875 and 1913, it increased from 48,530,000 to 273,650,000 tons. Production in pig iron, between 1871 and 1901, quintupled. Production in...