Passage adapted from my second Book, “Solomon: Demon King”
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The Chronicles of Sepp
It is 5000 B.C.E, and King Solomon of Israel has been defeated and imprisoned by Underworld Demon, Azagthoth, before the Temple has been built. Nazi General “Sepp” Dietrich is tasked with saving King Solomon as a price for his Redemption. His assistants from fellow Hell-dwellers include H.P Lovecraft’s Abdul-Al-Hazred; the tough American SOCOM commando, Captain Angelino, and the fabulously rich biblical Queen Sheba of Yemen, also on the lookout for a suitable husband.
Bilderbergers, Rothschild bankers, and Rabbis enter Sepp and Solomon’s time-reality in an “Inception-like” Dream spanning thousands of years, where the doomsday “Planet X” and murdered Russian Princess Anastasia star in mysterious “Synchronicity” in this Dream-within-a-Dream thriller. Whose Dream or Nightmare will ultimately become our Reality?
Solomon: Demon King will take you around the Galaxies of different Universes with the ease of a master juggler within impossible historical situations that will leave you with an appreciation of history that your school teacher would’ve envied!
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On jirisan northbound main ridge(restricted area), there is huge rock called ‘Birlbawi’. For several decades, this name of a place have been misunderstood as hive by hikers since ‘Birl’ has a polysemy that means both hive and punishment. But it is a traditionally said that this name of a place means punishment-rock.
In the 4th century, jirisan is the territory of Mahan that was daunted by Baekje. There are only 2 households in the waun village in this time. One husband lived with his wife who was unattractive yet, his neighbor’s wife was attractive. He had indecent desires for his neighbor’s wife, and implemented his terrible scheme. One day, He went to jirisan for mushroom gathering with his neighbor. When his neighbor clung to the rock depending on rope, he cut the rope and his neighbor was killed in a fall. After the incident, He married with his neighbor’s wife concealing the truth. One day, he was got intoxicated and confessed the truth. He trust his wife but she right charge him with a crime to the Namwon competent authorities. About the time mahan’s law was similar to the codes of hammurabi that fight fire with fire, so he was killed in a fall as punishment.
In short this name of a place meaning is punishment and, by extension, consider complying with indigenous place name rather than exotic name such as Waun Cafe.
Postmodernism is a polarizing ideology. Usually, you either despise it or are absolutely committed to its tenets. Yet, somehow I find myself somewhere in the middle. -
I think much of what the postmodernists claim is actually fairly insightful. They do an exquisite job of furthering a skeptical approach to everything. In my eyes, this is their strength. -
Where they tend to lose me, however, is in the conclusions they draw from their radical claims. Often the consequence doesn’t logically follow, leaving one to wonder if political biases don’t play a significant role.