Originally published in 1954, this is a magnificent book about the greatest adventure of our age: humanity’s exploration of the skies and space. One of the classics of aviation and scientific literature, written by wartime flier Guy Murchie, this book will fascinate even non-pilots and non-science oriented readers.
The seven vowels which we use every day in speech depend on the phenomenon of harmonics which is at the very basis of music. When we hear vowels we are hearing the laws of harmony which are ultimately the laws of number that are said to govern the universe. This is the first book on the subject to appear in English and brings together the fields of linguistics harmony, mythology, history of religions, and occult philosophy. Scholarly, yet practical, this book gives instructions for discovering one's own healing, centering, and uplifting tones.
Ever wondered what your journey is for and where you are going? Spiritual practices and religions have all tried to answer this question. This book reveals where your destiny lies. The 7 Mysteries are the seven levels that are the making of you and by simply reading this book you awaken them and embark on a journey of transformation. The Seven Mysteries is a masterpiece, integrating the historical and metaphysical foundations of life with the reality of reunion with the Soul. G. Norman Shealy M.D., Ph.D.
Discover The Mystery! The seven mystery chapters depict the secrets on how to institute the superior life God aspires His children to have here on earth. The author sets out by revealing seven key impressive topics to inform God's children on how to discover the secret mysteries which lay unconscious before men. The chosen chapters shed light on a few concepts and solutions such as: § How to get answered prayers § Are men like trees? § Why men reject and God accepts And more... This book is an excellent guide for unlocking the Secret Mysteries!
I am a preacher called by GOD, but I can not impress you with an array of college degrees. I am a blue collar skilled-labor licensed aircraft mechanic by trade, a skill that I leaned in the United States Air Force. God saved me and began to visit me when I was a fatherless boy of ten year's old living in the projects of Pittsburgh, Penn. The Lord was with me as a boy up until I went to Vietnam. After spending a total of three years in Viet-Nam, I returned home with many problems. I had experience the worst side of life, become unsaved with a problem with depression and alcohol. One day I called upon the name of the Lord, Nov 1979. I told God if he really existed and would speak to me, I would serve him. After what I had seen in life, I doubted if there was really a God, and if he even cared. God spoke to me, from then on the Lord Jesus has never stopped speaking to me some way or some how everyday of my life. He delivered me and cleaned me up; set me in a great ministry, the Pittsburgh Revival Center pastor by a true Apostle, Brother Dan and Sister Annie. The Apostle was known all over the area in the 50's until the 80's. There I received the baptism of the Holy Ghost. Also I have been licensed as a minister in the Pentecostal Assembly of the World, and the Church of God in Christ. For years the Lord has prepared me to teach and preach and anoint me for the end-time move of GOD. God Bless You Minister Howard Stevens
Genealogy has long been one of humanity's greatest obsessions. But with the rise of genetics, and increasing media attention to it through programs like Who Do You Think You Are? and Faces of America, we are now told that genetic markers can definitively tell us who we are and where we came from. The problem, writes Eviatar Zerubavel, is that biology does not provide us with the full picture. After all, he asks, why do we consider Barack Obama black even though his mother was white? Why did the Nazis believe that unions of Germans and Jews would produce Jews rather than Germans? In this provocative book, he offers a fresh understanding of relatedness, showing that its social logic sometimes overrides the biological reality it supposedly reflects. In fact, rather than just biological facts, social traditions of remembering and classifying shape the way we trace our ancestors, identify our relatives, and delineate families, ethnic groups, nations, and species. Furthermore, genealogies are more than mere records of history. Drawing on a wide range of evidence, Zerubavel introduces such concepts as braiding, clipping, pasting, lumping, splitting, stretching, and pruning to shed light on how we manipulate genealogies to accommodate personal and collective agendas of inclusion and exclusion. Rather than simply find out who our ancestors were and identify our relatives, we actually construct the genealogical narratives that make them our ancestors and relatives. An eye-opening re-examination of our very notion of relatedness, Ancestors and Relatives offers a new way of understanding family, ethnicity, nationhood, race, and humanity.
Fear is our worst enemy. If we let it terrify us, life will not be worth living. In fact, fear is nothing more than the expectation that something bad will happen. The opposite of fear is not courage, but simply the expectation that something good will happen. This is what we have to learnt. This book offers some simple ways to manage fears and live life to the full.