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Post by Daniel09 on 12.06.09 19:26

Tomorrow's the day I mow the lawn again for the last 5 dollars I need to afford the AB. I'm hoping I can give it to my dad, and he'll buy it for me, but I can't know for certain, or even if the old lady will be home to pay me right then and there. Heh, wish me luck.
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Post by Helliana on 13.06.09 10:56

Good luck.
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Post by Jonathan on 13.06.09 11:19

Good luck Daniel! Keep us posted...
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Post by Ankhhape on 13.06.09 11:26

Now you will have to start saving for the book Kemet'!
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Post by Daniel09 on 13.06.09 14:11

Well, good news. I got the 5 dollars and went straight to my dad. He went through a bunch of stuff on the internet, and managed to buy the AB for 27 dollars with his AAA membership and a coupon on the site. So I officially have 3 dollars, and the book should be delivered within 3-4 days. Smile
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Post by Jonathan on 13.06.09 14:17

That is great news. I hope you can cherish the gift that the Asetian Bible has to offer and evolve with it like so many of us in here. May your journey of enlightenment through the Asetian culture begin!
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Post by Karnath on 13.06.09 16:02

Hello.

That's great, Daniel. We are very happy, and we find it peculiar how you managed to do it. That really is a deserved book, so we hope it will mean even more. I believe it will, actually, just for the effort put upon it.

Best regards.
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Post by Daniel09 on 13.06.09 16:13

Karnath wrote:Hello.

That's great, Daniel. We are very happy, and we find it peculiar how you managed to do it. That really is a deserved book, so we hope it will mean even more. I believe it will, actually, just for the effort put upon it.

Best regards.

I'm curious how it was peculiar to you and those you reflect to when you say we?
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Post by goingpostal on 13.06.09 22:13

Im really happy you got the book ordered. the more work you put into trying to get it i feel, you can feel more worthy and appreciate having it. i remember when i found out that my AB came in (how i knew this i do not know...) my mom and i got in a big fight and she made me walk home from town( 16 mile walk) it was long and horrible. but i knew that i would feel more worthy of having the AB. i hope you feel as i did when i opend the box Smile
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Post by Gilded on 14.06.09 22:14

Good luck. Smile
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Post by Syrianeh on 15.06.09 0:45

That is great, Daniel! I am happy for you, and it's certainly very cool of your father to go ahead and get the book for you. Do let us know your impressions upon reading the Asetian Bible. I am sure it will not leave you untouched.

p.s. I think what Karnath meant was nothing mysterious, but just that he found it peculiar that you lawn-mowed your way to the AB. Just as we all do, and it makes it all the more worthwile.
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Post by Aghrab on 15.06.09 1:13

When you finally have the Asetian Bible in your hands, I am sure you will then understand why we all cherish it so deeply. It is a wise idea to keep a small journal by the side of your AB to keep some notes and questions you have while you read through it. I do not believe you should worry right away to have Kemet in your hands... it is best to first understand the Asetian Bible, recognize the significance of certain locations, before getting your hands on Kemet. This will also give you more time to focus on the Asetian Bible.
You are about to begin quite an interesting journey...

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Post by Dreamer on 15.06.09 2:05

Good luck Daniel... and take your time, don't rush through it. The Asetian Bible is best read when you are calm and with an open and free mind.
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Post by Daniel09 on 15.06.09 9:27

Syrianeh wrote:That is great, Daniel! I am happy for you, and it's certainly very cool of your father to go ahead and get the book for you. Do let us know your impressions upon reading the Asetian Bible. I am sure it will not leave you untouched.

p.s. I think what Karnath meant was nothing mysterious, but just that he found it peculiar that you lawn-mowed your way to the AB. Just as we all do, and it makes it all the more worthwile.
And I did not expect that there was anything mysterious about it, perhaps I merely misconstrued my curiosity.

But yes, I lawn-mowed my way to the AB. And it was surprisingly easy to convince my dad to buy it for me. He later asked me why I had the sudden interest in it, because he couldn't come to a logical conclusion for my actions, and I ended up telling him about my fascination with everything Egypt, and that this was something Egypt I couldn't get anywhere else. There was of course more to the conversation, but that was the gist of it, and he understood at that point.

I suppose I'm rather lucky, that my parents are open-minded and allow me to do however I wish. I do so much myself, that I often forget that they are like that.

On the subject of what I will do with the AB. I will keep a thorough journal about what I read. This was decided a long time ago. I will also document every emotion that passes through me the moment I see it, and touch it. I want to make sure everything is covered.
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Post by Kotaro on 15.06.09 11:49

Excellent news Daniel09. Very Happy
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Post by Daniel09 on 18.06.09 8:58

*sigh* I'm fairly upset that it's not come in yet. I ordered it on Saturday. According to my dad it was shipped either Monday or Tuesday, which means I might not get it till Friday or Saturday. *moan* talk about suspense. T_T
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Post by Daniel09 on 18.06.09 16:42

Fantastic! It came in, just a few minutes ago by UPS! Very Happy I'm pretty excited.

So, upon first viewing, my thought was "ooh, it's shiny", and overall I wouldn't say it was a novel experience, opening it and reading a few words. I did randomly flip to a page though and saw the line "The most important goal in life is to develop the Self." on page 130.

^^, so I'll be reading this now, and taking notes.
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Post by manwolf15 on 18.06.09 17:22

I'm happy for you hope you like it
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Post by Jonathan on 18.06.09 17:32

Congratulations, Daniel! Enjoy this new quest. Smile
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Post by Daniel09 on 18.06.09 17:38

It's certainly captivating. I've just begun the Book of Nun.
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Post by Victor on 18.06.09 17:46

The Book of Nun is simply fascinating. One of the most sacred bits of secret literature that ever saw the light of day outside of the ancient mystery schools. Read it slowly and enjoy the art... for the Book of Nun will speak to you in many silent hidden ways. It is one of the great gems within the Asetian Bible.
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Post by Daniel09 on 18.06.09 18:14

It's a lot to take it. I've only read the first two pages of the history, and already I need a short break. It really does ring true though, which is surprising. When I read the Holy Bible's beginning, it felt altered and untrue in many respects, with hints of what really happened. This feels... right, though it still feels like it's leaving parts out, which, of course it is, as described in the introduction to the Book of Nun. It's probably why I feel like I'm going too fast. There's a lot of creation going on there that my mind needs to fill in before I can continue.
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Post by manwolf15 on 18.06.09 18:20

take a breather it will be OK lol
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Post by Daniel09 on 18.06.09 18:26

I think I'm about ready to continue now. I've grasped the beginning well. See, the way my mind works, when I think of something being made, I have to visualize everything, or it won't make sense. I think I've managed a rough image of creation now, though I can't imagine some things because of their infinite nature, and my mind is time-space oriented.
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Post by manwolf15 on 18.06.09 18:29

That's pretty cool, i hope you enjoy the study
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