high steep hill, and was bathed in a cold silver moonlight temple on the top of it was visible above the dark treetops. In the silence of the night, he rose through the trees like some Indian Parthenon Acropolis. The closer Thompson approached him, the church seemed to grow more and more. Finally guide Indian dismounted, unsaddled him and began to lay the blanket, preparing for bed. Thompson, as if spellbound, could not take his eyes from the temple; He dismounted and walked forward. Steep stairs, overgrown with grass and bushes, in some places destroyed, leading from the bottom of the hill to the temple. Thompson was familiar with the drawings of the Egyptian pyramids, and imagined their appointment. But this pyramid, built by Indians, Maya, was not the tomb as Gize facilities. Outwardly, it looked like ziggurats, but still more than the tower of Babel, it seemed only a dais, a stone base for the giant staircase, which led to higher and higher - to the god, the sun, the moon.
Dualism: The Original Sin of Cognitivism
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