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Secrets of Sumerian Language: The Archaic History & Development of Babylonian-Akkadian Tablet Writing (A Dictionary of Cuneiform Signs)
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About the Author
JOSHUA FREE is the prolific author of over 30 books, including: "Sumerian Religion: Secrets of the Anunnaki & The Origins of Babylon", "Mesopotamian Magic: A Comprehensive Course in Sumerian & Babylonian Mardukite Systems of Ancient Magick & Religion", "Necronomicon Anunnaki Bible: The Babylonian Mardukite Tradition", "A Complete Course Curriculum in Druidry: Self-Initiation into the Druidic Tradition", "A Complete Course Curriculum in Magick: Systems of Reality, The Universe & Everything" and many more. On the Summer Solstice 2008, Joshua Free founded the Mardukite Research Organization (Mardukite Ministries) and the active 'Council of Nabu' formed from the Mardukite Chamberlains in 2009 that oversees the research, development and literary publication of the exponentially growing modern "Mardukite" Babylonian Anunnaki revival movement. In a few short years, Joshua Free has risen to become an underground celebrity and global authority on the Mardukite Babylonian Anunnaki Tradition.
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Also, if you don't enjoy reading a book that 'constantly' uses 'quotations' for no 'apparent' reason - 'literally' how the book is written - you should look elsewhere for a Cuneiform dictionary.