Edward Leedskalnin () was an eccentric Latvian emigrant to the United States and amateur sculptor who, it is alleged, single-handedly built the. Edward Leedskalnin self published ‘A Book In Every Home’ in You can click on these images for higher resolution. The cover of ‘A Book. 26 Oct Edward Leedskalnin self published ‘A Book In Every Home’ in You can click on these images for higher resolution. The cover of ‘A Book.
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It looks like you’re new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! February edited February in Library. Massive thanx to Julli for this February edited February The one in the picture looks like it is bigger and lesdskalnin be about the same size as Eds other book Magnetic Current.
This version is closest to the original. One thing that keeps racking my brain is the statistics page. I have four different versions of ABIEH Oldest one being the s version with different photos again, 6 page Coral Castle Preface before ” The Author’s “mentioning the summarized journey of Ed to his death The paper is of the same type as Magnetic Current issued today The text has alterations lines through letterssome differen.
EDWARD LEEDSKALNIN A BOOK IN EVERY HOME PDF
Leedskalhin you also see the arrows?? One by the left shoe on the white place black arrowthe second on the fountain right side of the picture, just in the middle white arrow with shadow in it??
March edited March Its amazing what you can find from taking the visual hints Ed leaves. There is a reason he inverts photos. I dont know enough about his symbols, numbers etc. ABIEH yields 10 to 20 significant “lock” when moving one across another. Do Re “Mi” Mi Moon?
October edited October I see a photo of Edward Leedskalnin holding a copy of the book, “A Book In Every Home” with completely different cover art than the leexskalnin featured here.
This tells me that, at the very least, the version featured here is not the original version.
The version which Leedskalnin is holding up for the world to see, is the one I want to get my ecery on. I feel Ed wants us to change our perspective. When we look at a building for a few minutes, walk away, and then asked if we can draw that building in detail without going back to take a look, would it be possible?
We can only confirm what we see after being told what it is. Our brains quickly answer the questions our eyes ask, too fast in my opinion, we can miss out on hoem much!
I think the type of paper used in the text is more important than finding the “oldest version ” granted there might be a few additional photos that have yet to be deciphered. Most of the interesting pieces in abieh are in the text itself The voynich manuscript has a few styles similar to Eds If you try to scan Eds works with a modern scanner, soo much will be lost.
A Book in Every home – by Ed Leedskalnin (original book scan 1936)
You will be seeing unusual accomplishment. So don’t expect to see everything as easy as we have been taught through repetition. February edited March Unlock the wisdom It shows up better in other versions of the cover, but you can see a man with a Feather in his hair SE of Eds left foot using overlays on the back Inside cover you can find a full image of the man In a few of Eds photos the user needs to flip the book to see images underneath or if you look between Eds legs more is always good.
How do you feel about how the title is lined up? I’ve been reading a lot of Hebrew, although yes they learned everything they did from the Egyptians when living nearby I have 12 copies of abieh, which one do you recommend I ask because even though the covers seem identical, some have completely different details Which one do you have?
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