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Howard Hughes involved with botched wormhole portal experiments ? Chaplin Family Member Verifies Secret Government Project

New developments surface in Patrice Chaplin's stargate mystery! A group long thought to have been linked to the Vatican or the Habsburgs have now been revealed to include US billionaire Howard Hughes! In the 1930's German medievalist and Grail seeker Otto Rahn brought Hughes to Gerona, Spain. The legendary tycoon came to know of the region's natural stargates, entrances from other dimensions discussed in detail in Patrice's new book The Portal (Quest Books, Sept '10). In the 1960's Hughes sent CIA operatives to ransack private property holding related documents and artifacts. Did Hughes ever find and travel the portal located in the Pyrenees? Did Hughes employ legendary O.T.O member and jet propulsion pioneer Jack Parsons to assist in government projects aimed at creating artificial portals? Were the morbid accounts of the failed Philadelphia Experiment a botched attempt at constructing these artificial portals, or wormholes? 

Chicago, IL (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB - Press Release) September 28, 2010: Patrice Chaplin's recent memoir The Portal: An Initiate's Journey into the Secret of Rennes-le-Château details the mysterious pre-Atlantean stargate sought after by Howard Hughes. Picking up where Patrice's previous memoir 'City of Secrets: One Woman’s True-life Journey to the Heart of the Grail Legend' leaves off, 'The Portal' discloses Patrice’s personal journey through this very real stargate.

In 2003 'City of Secrets' was in the process of being published in the UK. Jose Tarres, real-life custodian of the Holy Grail, great friend to remarkable talents such as Salvidor Dali, Jean Cocteau, Umberto Eco and Simone de Beauvoir, and forever the love of Patrice’s life, had suffered a near fatal heart attack. With Jose then in his seventies, the power of death as a silencer threatened the survival of his society’s guarded knowledge.

অদ্ভুতুরে - সান্ত্বনা চট্টোপাধ্যায় | Odbhuture - A Bengali Children's Poem by Santwana Chatterjee

Adbhuture - a bengali poem by Santwana Chatterjee in unicode Bangla font.


সান্ত্বনা চট্টোপাধ্যায়

মামদো বলে শাঁকচ্চূন্নী এ তোর কেমন ঢঙ,
শণের নুড়ি চুলেতে তোর ঘোর কমলা রঙ।
বেগুন ঠোঁটে ফাহুন হাসি গন্ধ মাখিস পচা বাসী
খ্যাঁকরাকাঠি চেহারা তে সাদা খড়ির টান ...

বুড়িমা - সান্ত্বনা চট্টোপাধ্যায় | Burima - A Bengali Poem by Santwana Chatterjee

Burima - a bengali poem by Santwana Chatterjee in unicode Bangla font.


সান্ত্বনা চট্টোপাধ্যায়

মাগো নীচে ঐ বুড়িমা ছেঁড়া কাপড় গায়,
শুকনো মুখে একলা কেন বসেই আছে ঠায় ?
ঠিক যেন মা ঠাম্মা আমার নিয়েসনা ডেকে,
আমার ঘরে আমার কাছে থাকবে এখন থেকে ...

Say Cheese

Like their language, the Swiss do not have any originality in their cuisine; it is either a German, a French or an Italian dish which has been adapted and finally began to be known as a Swiss delicacy.

Interview - Deepak Chopra | Muhammad e-book release before physical book goes on sale | Mohammad: A Story of the Last Prophet

First Time HarperCollins Has Led with the e-book Edition

San Francisco, CA, September 9, 2010  (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, announced today that it has authorized distributors to offer the e-book version of Deepak Chopra’s controversial new book Muhammad: A Story of the Last Prophet available for sale as early as today. Additionally, it is working to accelerate the on-sale date for the physical book, which is scheduled to be fully distributed by September 21. The move comes in direct response to mainstream media and blog postings that have been eager to bring Chopra, and his portrayal of Muhammad, into the larger national conversation about the proposed mosque and Islamic community center near ground zero in New York City. The decision to release the e-book ahead of the physical book marks the first time HarperCollins has led with an e-book publication.

“We are proud to publish books that respectfully represent new perspectives on the people and events who have shaped history and our culture,” said HarperOne Senior Vice President and Publisher, Mark Tauber. “e-books offer publishers increased flexibility to bring content to readers in response to accelerated demands.”

Biblical Researcher Rick Lannoye claims Jesus Did Not Believe in Hell

Plano, TX, September 15, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) At last, no one ever need suffer again from the slightest fear that God would ever put anyone in Hell. In his book, Hell? No!, Why You Can Be Certain There Is No Such Place As Hell, biblical researcher Rick Lannoye has not only provided scores of forceful arguments against the myth of Hell, but has exposed a religious and political alliance that propagates the fear of an eternal place of torture for purely earthly gains.

With Halloween round the corner, Witches are Real says acclaimed historical fiction Author

Minneapolis, MN, September 15, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB)  With Halloween right around the corner, thoughts often turn to fright-night characters such as goblins, witches, and ghosts. But far from dwelling in the realm of fairy tale and folklore, what if some of these spooky specters were real? That’s what Minnesota author Mary Sharratt found out when she moved to the Pendle region of Lancashire, England.

কি মুশকিল - সান্ত্বনা চট্টোপাধ্যায় | Ki Mushkil - A Bengali Poem by Santwana Chatterjee

Ki Mushkil - a bengali poem by Santwana Chatterjee in unicode Bangla font.

কি মুশকিল

সান্ত্বনা চট্টোপাধ্যায়

খোকাবাবু খাচ্ছিল বেদানা ছাড়িয়ে,
দ্যাখে এক হনুমান বাগানে দাঁড়িয়ে
হনুমান কলা খায় এটা তার জানা,
ভাবে মনে এতো তবে খাবেনা বেদানা।

Online Bengali Book Store | Picture Imperfect and Other Byomkesh Bakshi Mysteries | Saradindu Bandyopadhyay

Online Bengali Books | Store | WashingtonBanglaRadio.com affiliateRead more details and buy Picture Imperfect and Other Bomkesh Bakshi Mysteries by Saradindu Bandyopadhyay from our Online Bengali Magazine & Book Store ...

Ek mutho jolshar kolorob - In memory of Pulak Bandyopadhyay (May 1931 - September 7, 1999)

By Kohinoor Dasgupta
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

On the evening of Tuesday, September 7, 1999, lyricist Pulak Bandyopadhyay killed himself by jumping off a launch into the Hooghly river at Howrah. He was 68. His body was retrieved on Thursday, September 9, 1999. Words were in short supply in the suicide note he left behind. After having worn his heart on his sleeve as a professional writer for four decades, he had nothing more to say.

Bandyopadhyay lived in Howrah. He was educated at Scottish Church College, Calcutta. He came from a family that enjoyed the Arts — drama, literature, music. Many of his songs were written for Bangla movies, tailored to suit “situations” outlined by screenplay writers and directors. The rest were songs written for the Puja releases and other albums of well-known singers.

Penumbra of Indian Verses by Dr. Sonnet Mondal - new book release by the internationally acclaimed young poet

Penumbra of Indian Verses - book cover

Allahabad, India, Sep 9, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio) After the huge literary success of his 4th book 21 Lines Fusion Sonnets of 21st Century [online sale] which has established Sonnet as one of the greatest innovators of Sonnet poetry, Sonnet Mondal (WBRi exclusive interview) is going to launch another poetry book soon.

Sonnet’s Mondal's new book of poems Penumbra of Indian Verses [order online] will be releasing shortly this month from Cyberwit publishers of Allahabad.

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Panchgani & Around (Maharashtra/India)

Situated among the Sahayadri Range in Western India, Panchgani, a beautiful hill retreat is a welcome break, well adorned with lush green amid rocky hills, valleys, rivers and nature trails and home to Asia’s second largest ‘Tableland.’

Poetry in Stones II (Ajanta Caves, Aurangabad, India)

Michigan: Sept 8, 2010: Aurangabad was founded in 1610 by Malik Ambar, the minister of Murtaza Nizam Shah II on the site of a village called Kirkee. When his son Fateh Khan came to power, he renamed it Fatehpur. It finally came to be called Aurangabad when the Moghul Emperor Shahjehan's son Aurangzeb was put in charge of the Deccan and made the city his capital.

Bangla ( Bengali ) Alphabet Book | A fun way to introduce your kid to the Bengali Language

This is a great book to introduce the Bengali ( Bangla ) script to your child in the United States or other countries where the social environment tends to make your kid more comfortable in English or the local mainstream language, unlike in Bengal where Bangla is learnt naturally. There are four sections in the book:

ছোটো গল্প: এক অভিশপ্ত রাতের কাহিনী - পলাশ দে | Tale of an accursed night - a Bengali short story by Palash Dey

Tale of an accursed night - a Bengali short story by Palash Dey on WBRi Online Bangla Magazine. The following story is in Unicode Bangla font.