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The Nazca and Palpa Lines Peru – The Mystery Solved – Whitepaper
Parts 1 and 2

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Part 1 – click here to download your eBook (6.2 Mbyte FILE) —> FINAL The Nazca and Palpa Lines Peru Part 1.pdf

Part 2 – click here to download your eBook (1.2 Mbyte FILE) —>FINAL Addendum Part2 The Nazca and Palpa Lines Peru.pdf

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to convert to kindle or iPad read the following

if you want to read your pdf book on iPad, you just drag-N-drop the PDF to iTunes and sync it with your iPad. Kindle’s a little more complicated, but don’t worry! In this article we provide you two ways to upload PDF to Kindle from syncing via email .

Method 1: Sync PDF to Kindle via USB

Connect your Kindle to your computer with the USB cable you use to charge your kindle. Double-click My Computer to find the external drive, let’s say, Kindle drive, displayed here. Double-click the Kindle drive to open it, find a folder named “Document”. Drag and drop PDF to the folder. That’s it!

Method 2: Sync PDF to Kindle via your Kindle email

The wireless way is more convenient in saving and syncing PDF to Kindle. But before you do that, you have some prep work to do. Sign in to your Kindle account at to find out what your Kindle E-mail Address is. This email address will be ended with Associate this email address with your Amazon account. After that send the mail with the PDF eBooks attached to your Amazon e-mail address. Connect your Kindle with Wi-Fi, and open and sync the PDF to your Kindle.

Note: when you sent the PDF attached email to your kindle email address, do not insert any subject in the message or text in the message body. Otherwise, you might fail to open the PDF with your Kindle via the email.

The above mentioned two ways are only available to Kindle DX and Kindles with Software version 2.3 which support reading PDF. Otherwise, you have to convert PDF to plain text for Kindle.