TEDxDurbarmarg: Today Meets Tomorrow
06/06/2020 1:15 PM NPT
#TodayMeetsTomorrow: Join us for #TEDxDurbarMarg—the #GeographerAtLarge @eamesdemetrios will be participating virtually (along with the other wonderful speakers), talking about #Kcymaerxthaere in #Nepal, among other things. We look forward to sharing the full experience with the community. Watch the entire event here.
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This historical site is about 7,781mi from you.
- latitude: 27.310334
- longitude: 89.535547
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Travel Guide Volume Four
Travel Guide Volume Four: Kcymaerxthaere (Discover Leddl & Parts of kNow Estrelliia)
Volume 4 of a series of travel guides to an alternative universe known as Kcymaerxthaere, specifically the portions in what we call Europe. Kcymaerxthaere is a global work of 3 dimensional storytelling where the Geographer-at-Large has installed bronze plaques and historical sites that honor events in the fictional world in our linear world.
Leddl is largely consistent with what we call Europe and kNow Estrelliia quite consistent with what we call Britain, Ireland, Iceland and Greenland–and the surrounding waters.
With this book you can find and visit them, or sit back an enjoy the stories. You can read from either direction.
The stories featured include the fate of the clan of Nobunaga, a samurai from what we would call Japan who was blown off course in a terrible storm after barely surviving an assassination attempt from a trusted lieutenant.
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Specific to the creatures known as Xthaedransg, it is a biological quality of an individual xthaedra that is akin to a gender. Xthaedransg were known to have 12 amo!.
Every young Xthaedra had 11 parents—with the child’s own amo! being the 12th.