Magic Ornaments Games: Brainpower Game Series #1

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AuthorHouse, Jun 28, 2005 - Education - 196 pages
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This is the first book of Series of brainpower games. The name is [MAGIC ORNAMENTS GAMES].

It is new idea to create new talismans, developing, diverse, and abounding

For the old Babylonian talismans that people in Mesopotamia about 4000 years ago they were using them for brain thinking games, and their hierophants were using them for their magic to cure diseases, solving problems and keeping them away from danger. They also gave them happiness and luck.

Those Babylonian talismans were only few magic squares, and many of the mathematical thinkers were always trying along this period of time to abound them and they succeeded to create a few magic circles, crosses, stars, and some geometric shapes for few numbers.

Now I am producing the [MAGIC ORNAMENTS GAMES] to the numbers from 1- 152.

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About the author (2005)

FARAJ MEKHETER was born in Iraq in 1925. He graduated from training college in 1947 and from a TV Programming Institute in 1971.  He was a Mathematics teacher in secondary schools from 1947 to 1970. From 1971 to 2002 he was a writer as well as an editor of different types of brain games, pastimes, and amusement pages in many Arabic magazines and newspapers in Iraq, other Arab countries, and in Canada.  He was also in charge of preparing successful TV programs for different ages in Iraq that were intellectually stimulating and amusingly entertaining through out his career.


Faraj Mekheter authored the following books:

1- Play and learn

2- Draw and learn

3- Our Names Teach Us

4- Math Brain Games

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