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- King James Bible: Mark, Chapter 13
- Chapter 13 13:1 And as he went out of the temple, one of his disciples saith unto him, Master, see what manner of stones and what buildings are here! 13:2 And Jesus answering said unto him, Seest thou these great buildings? there shall not be left one stone...
New Testament >> Mark
- The First Congregational Church of Wicca
- Witchcraft is a religion of field and grove, river and stream. In coven or individually, we perform rituals to renew our connections with the Goddess and God. However, what suits one may not answer the needs of another. This need is being satisfied by a new...
Religions >> Paganism & Wicca
- A Germanic Pagan Looks at the Ten Commandments
- Once, the Ten Commandments were by law posted in schoolrooms in the great Commonwealth of Kentucky and other places around the USA. Now, efforts are being made to post them here and elsewhere. Most folks in these parts seem to think that's a great idea....
Religions >> Christianity & Paganism
- Egyptian Temples, part VI: The House of Life
- Library - Archive 'The House of Life' could well be called a library. It was that part of the temple where all records and texts were kept and stored. These papyrii encompassed many different fields of learning as well as the accountings on the daily and...
Religions >> Egyptian
- Fehu is the first rune of the 24-rune Elder Futhark, and the first rune of the first aett. Fehu is the reconstructed Old Germanic name of this rune, which as its initial sound suggests, has the phonetic value of "F." It is known as Fe in Old Norse,...
Divination >> Rune Stones
- King James Bible: Matthew, Chapter 24
- Chapter 24 24:1 And Jesus went out, and departed from the temple: and his disciples came to him for to show him the buildings of the temple. 24:2 And Jesus said unto them, See ye not all these things? verily I say unto you, There shall not be left here one...
New Testament >> Matthew
- But on to Othala, which in the eastern areas of the proto-Germanic-speaking area was evidently pronounced Othila. This is the “O” rune. It did not carry over into the Younger Futhark, so Ur(uz) did double-duty. Nevertheless, the Scandinavian languages still...
Divination >> Rune Stones
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- THE KOBE EARTHQUAKE
- In all, over 10000 buildings had been severely damaged in Kobe. Many of the buildings were destroyed by the fires which broke out after the earthquake.
- 1995 Kobe Japan Earthquake Kobe Japan Ground Shaking News
- Kobe “costliest natural disaster to befall any one country” over $150 billion. Earthquake Preparation. • Early Warning Systems.
- A Partial View of Japanese Post-Kobe Seismic Design and
- and retrofitting of existing buildings is also reported. INTRODUCTION. The January 17th, 1995, Hyogoken-Nanbu.
- Earthquake Hazard Information – Photos of Earthquake Damage
- Earthquake: An EQE Summary Report. April 1995, http://www.eqe.
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- The Man Who Grew Eyes From Scratch
- The island, and much of the city, was razed to the ground in the Great Hanshin Earthquake of 1995 – which killed more than 5,000 people and destroyed more than 100,000 of Kobe's buildings – and built anew in subsequent years. As the train proceeds, the ...
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- Kobe Earthquake
- Furthermore, many of the structures in Kobe built since 1981 had been designed to strict seismic codes. Most of these buildings withstood the earthquake.
- Travel Photography Kobe Buildings – Backpacking & Independent
- Sep 19, 2010 European Building in Kobe 4731. Sika Deer. European Building in Kobe.
- Kobe Earthquake - GeoResources - Geography website
- Port buildings and their contents were badly damaged in many places. Between 3% and 5% of Japan's industry is located in and around Kobe.
- Kobe Earthquake 3) Liquefaction was the beginning of the end for the city of Kobe.
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