The Complete Book Of Numbers

Author: Steven Scott Pither
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 9780738702186
Size: 16.97 MB
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The Complete Book Of Numbers from the Author: Steven Scott Pither. Experience the power and deep meaning inherent in the spiritual science of numbers. This breakthrough book will show you that numerology consists of more than just nine numbers. It involves our entire mathematical system—from arithmetic to modern physics—and is rich in psychological insight. Combining the mystery of the occult with the objectivity of science, this book expands numerology far beyond any current concept of it. It explains the little-known history of number symbolism and offers a step-by-step progression of spiritual development. ·For those interested in the scientific/mathematical basis for the occult and numerology ·Presents a deeper, more meaningful level of Pythagorean numerology than anything available elsewhere ·Teaches how to do numerology and, more importantly, how to make the interpretations ·Offers a numerical interpretation of the nature of time

Orange Sunshine

Author: Nicholas Schou
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781429996662
Size: 11.46 MB
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Orange Sunshine from the Author: Nicholas Schou. Few stories in the annals of American counterculture are as intriguing or dramatic as that of the Brotherhood of Eternal Love. Dubbed the "Hippie Mafia," the Brotherhood began in the mid-1960s as a small band of peace-loving, adventure-seeking surfers in Southern California. After discovering LSD, they took to Timothy Leary's mantra of "Turn on, tune in, and drop out" and resolved to make that vision a reality by becoming the biggest group of acid dealers and hashish smugglers in the nation, and literally providing the fuel for the psychedelic revolution in the process. Just days after California became the first state in the union to ban LSD, the Brotherhood formed a legally registered church in its headquarters at Mystic Arts World on Pacific Coast Highway in Laguna Beach, where they sold blankets and other countercultural paraphernalia retrieved through surfing safaris and road trips to exotic locales in Asia and South America. Before long, they also began to sell Afghan hashish, Hawaiian pot (the storied "Maui Wowie"), and eventually Colombian cocaine, much of which the Brotherhood smuggled to California in secret compartments inside surfboards and Volkswagen minibuses driven across the border. They also befriended Leary himself, enlisting him in the goal of buying a tropical island where they could install the former Harvard philosophy professor and acid prophet as the high priest of an experimental utopia. The Brotherhood's most legendary contribution to the drug scene was homemade: Orange Sunshine, the group's nickname for their trademark orange-colored acid tablet that happened to produce an especially powerful trip. Brotherhood foot soldiers passed out handfuls of the tablets to communes, at Grateful Dead concerts, and at love-ins up and down the coast of California and beyond. The Hell's Angels, Charles Mason and his followers, and the unruly crowd at the infamous Altamont music festival all tripped out on this acid. Jimi Hendrix even appeared in a film starring Brotherhood members and performed a private show for the fugitive band of outlaws on the slope of a Hawaiian volcano. Journalist Nicholas Schou takes us deep inside the Brotherhood, combining exclusive interviews with both the group's surviving members as well as the cops who chased them. A wide-sweeping narrative of sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll (and more drugs) that runs from Laguna Beach to Maui to Afghanistan, Orange Sunshine explores how America moved from the era of peace and free love into a darker time of hard drugs and paranoia.

Embrace The World

Author: Jacques A Meyer
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595311954
Size: 59.20 MB
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Embrace The World from the Author: Jacques A Meyer. The aim of this book is to explore the philosophical process in resolving common misunderstandings on the relationship between the Divine and human will. The author believes in the notion that atheists and agnostics are also a reflection of the Creator in the mirror of life. Meyer is a great adventurer who with quite remarkable skill offers wisdom to survive and thrive. EMBRACE THE WORLD is a stimulating experience. A paradigm of a different nature. Oceanic but also presented with much gracefulness concerning the pros and cons as to the existence of God. The essence of his new book, Embrace the World, which follows his previous work Terre Mon Amie, with excellent reviews, is intrinsically subjective. Jacques trusts the readers of his book will find insight into "the character and deep feelings of the author whose main intention is to give the world a message of love and peace among all human beings, wherever they are."

The Sun Still Shines

Author: Janice Tucker
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1450226353
Size: 33.79 MB
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The Sun Still Shines from the Author: Janice Tucker. "Drawing inspiration from sources as diverse as Helen Keller, Michael J. Fox, and Henry David Thoreau, Jan Tucker courageously shares her personal journey dealing with chronic illness. From despair and desperation and soul searching to ultimately a spirit of acceptance and – most importantly – hope, it's a message that is worth reading for anyone whose life is impacted by chronic illness." —Robert J. Riggs, Scleroderma Foundation Janice Rand Tucker was diagnosed with the CREST form of scleroderma in 1978. Unwilling to succumb to the negative predictions that accompanied her diagnosis, she dedicated herself to finding hope. During the intervening years she has written articles for the Scleroderma Foundation. This gripping, practical, and moving book, the result of many years of journal keeping, tells her story, providing numerous helpful and inspiring ways to cope with chronic illness. Throughout the book she includes quotations and practical suggestions from writers, philosophers, health care professionals and friends with chronic illness. Care givers will find her book useful in understanding their challenging role. Readers who are currently enjoying good health will appreciate their good fortune as they also fi nd themselves educated and moved. If you are dealing with chronic illness, this book is for you! —Donald Vedeler, Author of A Shipwreck Survivor's Tale: Letters to His Grandchildren, and two other novels

The New Mandala

Author: John Lundin
Publisher: John Lundin
ISBN: 0557371260
Size: 32.50 MB
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The New Mandala from the Author: John Lundin. THE NEW MANDALA, Eastern Wisdom for Western Living, written in collaboration with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, is a journey toward spiritual awakening and rediscovery. On one level it is an engaging and entertaining journal of a Christian clergyman’s quest for enlightenment. On another level it is a road map for the reader’s own spiritual journey. It is an invitation to the readers to explore the wisdom and practice of Buddhism, while at the same time illuminating and reclaiming the inherited faith of their formation. Rev. John Lundin, a Protestant minister, enters into the world of Tibetan Buddhism in search of a new spirituality. The quest takes him - and the reader - on a journey to Dharamsala in north India, the home of His Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet. In private dialogues with His Holiness, the author discovers the empowering affinity between Buddhism and Christianity, and weaves the personal experiences of his own pilgrimage with the wisdom and teaching of the Dalai Lama.

Yoga Journal

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Size: 11.30 MB
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Yoga Journal from the Author: . For more than 30 years, Yoga Journal has been helping readers achieve the balance and well-being they seek in their everyday lives. With every issue,Yoga Journal strives to inform and empower readers to make lifestyle choices that are healthy for their bodies and minds. We are dedicated to providing in-depth, thoughtful editorial on topics such as yoga, food, nutrition, fitness, wellness, travel, and fashion and beauty.

Anzac To Understanding

Author: Mary Anneeta Mann
Publisher: Mary A. Mann
ISBN: 9781434327185
Size: 19.75 MB
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Anzac To Understanding from the Author: Mary Anneeta Mann. "Anzac, the Play: A Saga of War and Peace in the 20th Century," was written in Berkeley in 1969, published in 1971 and produced at the Globe Playhouse Los Angeles in 1984 with readings at the Lankershim Arts Center, No-Ho, North Hollywood in 1996. Accompanying the play, is historical documentation of the lives of the families from whom the characters were drawn as well as war letters of Willie Augustus Mann, 1914-1919, his own story and relevant pages from the Anzac Book, written by the Anzacs themselves, published in 1916. "A Quest for Understanding" is rooted in this Great War, the First World War, the war to end all wars. In Australia, half the eligible young men enlisted. Their casualties were horrific but they brought Australia on to the world stage. They were called Anzacs, members of the Australian, New Zealand Army Corps, a name coined on the Gallipoli Peninsular, Turkey in 1915. Theirs was a shining light of naked courage, an epiphany of what it meant to be human beings who had earned their own freedom and freedom for the world. To be a child of Anzac was a privilege and a great joy. The quest for the understanding of why war by one of these children began with the Second World War in 1939. It would go back to the Greeks, to the origins of English Literature, through halls of learning across two continents, to the great religions and recent scientific advances and into the heart of a woman. It ended with a Practical Philosophy of Life based upon the understandings: reverence for life, gender differences, the female as the guardian of ethics, and the in-organic nature of money. It offers the individual conscience as humanity's inherent connection to the Life Force of the Universe, or God.